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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Possible Real Good News for Wicomico County

In the separate primary contests for County Executive, Bob Culver got a total of 3,841 votes in the early and election day Republican voting -- more than the 3,361 votes that Richard Pollitt got in the Democrat primary. And since there are a lot less Republican voters in the County -- that's very big news.

Where Does One Get This Sticker?

Where does one get this sticker?

Psalm 109:8
My wife and I were in slow-moving traffic the other day and
We were stopped behind a car with an unusual Obama
Bumper sticker on its bumper.
It read: "Pray for Obama Psalm 109:8"
When we got home my wife got out the Bible and opened it
Up to the scripture. She started laughing and laughing. Then she read it to me. I couldn't believe what it said. I had a good
Laugh, too.
Psalm 109:8 ~
"Let his days be few and brief;
And let others step forward to replace him."
At last -- I can honestly voice a biblical prayer for our
President! Let us all bow our heads and pray.

Brothers and Sisters... Can I get a big
If you think you're too small to make a difference,
you haven't been in bed with a mosquito.

Hogan Victory Speech

ANNAPOLIS, MD – June 24, 2014 – In his speech following his victory in the Maryland Republican gubernatorial primary this evening, Larry Hogan said the following:

Thank you all very much! I am truly humbled by the results tonight, and I am honored to accept your nomination to become Maryland's next governor!

Let me begin by thanking:

· My running mate, Secretary Boyd Rutherford, who I am so proud of. He is going to make an outstanding LG;

· My better half, my wife Yumi – Won't she make a terrific first lady?

· My family, who are all here tonight;

· Our amazing campaign staff;

· All our volunteers who worked so hard to make this happen;

· And most importantly, the voters all across our state, who believed in us, and who voted to bring real change to Maryland!

Wicomico Circuit Court Seat -- and the race goes on

Sarbanes has a double digit lead in the Dem primary and Caldwell in the Rep.

This will be a hot contest come colder weather.

Mike McDermott Still Leading Against Jim Mathias

State Senator

Legislative District 38

Democratic (Vote for One) County Break Down
NamePartyEarly Voting Election DayAbsentee / ProvisionalTotalPercentage
Jim Mathias
Democratic 1,211 3,396 0 4,607 100.0%
Republican (Vote for One) County Break Down
NamePartyEarly Voting Election DayAbsentee / ProvisionalTotalPercentage
Mike McDermott
Republican 1,132 4,436 0 5,568 100.0%

Clinton: I’m not ‘truly well off’

Hillary Clinton, who has a net worth upwards of $50 million, said in an interview that she is "unlike a lot of people who are truly well off."

Clinton was derided for comments made last week that her family was "dead broke" when it left the White House in 2000 although they were far from the poverty line. Bill and Hillary Clinton have reportedly made more than $100 million since leaving the White House.

But Hillary, who charges a six figure speaking fee, says with a burst of laughter that she is not "truly well off" and that her wealth is the result of "hard work," according toThe Guardian:


Hogan Wins Republican Vote

Republican (Vote for One) County Break Down
NamePartyEarly Voting Election DayAbsentee / ProvisionalTotalPercentage
Craig/ Haddaway
Republican 10,342 23,950 0 34,292 31.0%
George/ Aloi
Republican 3,732 9,235 0 12,967 11.7%
Hogan/ Rutherford
Republican 13,850 32,423 0 46,273 41.8%
Lollar/ Timmerman
Republican 4,447 12,607 0 17,054 15.4%

Looks Like the Local Races to Watch Are

Colburn-Eckhardt for State Senate -- Addie still up by double digits, but it's closing some.

Caldwell-Sarbanes for Wicomico Circuit Court seat -- Sarbanes looks like the Dem. winner, and has closed to single digits in the Rep. primary.

Lots more votes to be reported. Both could be close.

Boda looks like the loser in Wicomico Council at-large Rep. primary with Cannon and Holloway moving on to face Laura Mitchell (Dem) in November.

Brown Wins Democratic Vote

Governor / Lt. Governor

Democratic (Vote for One) County Break Down
NamePartyEarly Voting Election DayAbsentee / ProvisionalTotalPercentage
Brown/ Ulman
Democratic 59,985 53,380 0 113,365 53.0%
Gansler/ Ivey
Democratic 21,640 27,889 0 49,529 23.2%
Jaffe/ Jaffe
Democratic 531 858 0 1,389 0.6%
Mizeur/ Coates
Democratic 20,162 24,589 0 44,751 20.9%
Smith/ Tucker
Democratic 531 1,134 0 1,665 0.8%
Walsh/ Wingate-Pennacchia
Democratic 1,093 2,055 0 3,148 1.5%

Senate Dist 37

Addie C Eckardt 1188

Richard F. Colburn 661

The Word “Natural” Helps Sell $40 Billion Worth Of Food In The U.S. Every Year—And The Label Means Nothing

Nothing makes Americans buy a food product quite like the fabulously ambiguous word "natural."

The top 35 health claims and food labels include words most anyone who has been to a supermarket in the past five years should recognize—ones like "natural," yes, but also "organic," and "fat free," and "carb conscious," and "100 calories." These phrases helped the food industry sell more than $377 billion worth of masterfully marketed food items in the United States during the past year, according to data from market research firm Nielsen.

The list of lucrative food labels is long, and, at times, upsetting.


State Senate Alarm -- early voting ringing

Although not running head to head (they are in a separate party primary), Mike McDermott is getting more votes than Jim Mathias. It could be a harbinger of hard times for Jimbo come November.

U. S. Congress (1st District) - early returns

Andy Harris up by 3 to 1 it's all but over.

Hillary Smeared 12 Year Old Rape Victim

Early Voting Highlights Update

Rich Colburn still trailing Addie Eckhardt, but closing somewhat.

Wicomico Circuit Court Judge -- Sarbanes closing on Caldwell in the Republican primary, but still trails by double digits.

Boda still way behind the top two - Cannon and Holloway.

Early Voting Highlights

Rich Colburn may be done -- Addie Eckardt has over 60%.

Muir Bod way behind -- John Cannon and Matt Holloway nearly tied as the top two.

Caldwell and Sarbanes winning respective party primary - but its a long, long time til we reach November

Open Carry People: I Respect Them As I Respect A Jar Of Spit



Office of the State’s Attorney for Wicomico County
Courts Building
P. O. Box 1006
Salisbury, Maryland 21803
(410) 548-4880
Facsimile (410) 860-2425



On June 24, 2013, Joseph Bucio, age 20, of Salisbury, Maryland was convicted of Sexual Offense in the First Degree and several other related charges by a Wicomico County judge.  The charges against Mr. Bucio arose from a domestic relationship, where the Defendant was convicted of sexually assaulting his former girlfriend on January 4th of this year.  Mr. Bucio faces a maximum penalty of life imprisonment and will be required to register as a sex offender for the remainder of his life.  Sentencing is expected to occur in sixty to ninety days. 

Wicomico County State’s Attorney Matthew A. Maciarello commended Officers B. Sigmund and L. Jones of the Salisbury Police Department for their work in the investigation and prosecution of this case.  Mr. Maciarello also thanked Assistant State’s Attorney Pamela M. Correa who prosecuted this case. 

            For more information or for an interview please call the Office of the State’s Attorney at (410) 548-4880 or go to 

Redskins Potato

Primary Election Results For Governor As of 8:30pm

Early voting results for Wicomico County can be found by clicking HERE

The New York Times probably didn’t foresee Walmart’s epic response to hit piece

Last week, New York Times columnist Timothy Egan penned a scathing critique of Walmart’s corporate culture. In an article entitled “The Corporate Daddy,” Egan claims Walmart is a “net drain on taxpayers” that forces “employees into public assistance with its poverty-wage structure” among other things.

Instead of sitting by idly, Walmart decided to hit back against the claims. In a blog post, Walmart’s vice president of corporate communications David Tovar fact checked the Times article – tearing through Egan’s piece with a red pen just like a high school English teacher.

“Did you see what the New York Times did to Walmart,” Glenn asked on radio this morning. “I mean, oh my God, Walmart was genius in this… It’s really brilliant.”


Obama-Appointed Judge Rules that U.S. Border Fence is Racist

You know liberals are really grasping at straws when they pull this crap. AnObama-appointed judge claims that the border fence has a “disparate impact” on “minority communities.”

Since when are illegal immigrants residing in foreign countries an American “community,” let alone an oppressed community?
A Homeland Security initiative to put fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border could discriminate against minorities, according to an Obama-appointed federal judge who’s ruled that the congressionally-approved project may have a “disparate impact on lower-income minority communities.”

This of course means that protecting the porous—and increasingly violent—southern border is politically incorrect. At least that’s what the public college professor at the center of the case is working to prove and this month she got help from a sympathetic federal judge. Denise Gilman, a clinical professor at the taxpayer-funded University of Texas-Austin, is researching the “human rights impact” of erecting a barrier to protect the U.S. from terrorists, illegal immigrants, drug traffickers and other serious threats.

This is madness. I’m calling it right now: within five years, there will be some sort of affirmative-action scheme for border jumpers.


IRS Admits Wrongdoing, to Pay $50,000 in Leaking of Marriage Group’s Tax Return

Two years after activists for same-sex marriage obtained the confidential tax return and donor list of a national group opposed to redefining marriage, the Internal Revenue Service has admitted wrongdoing and agreed to settle the resulting lawsuit.

The Daily Signal has learned that, under a consent judgment today, the IRS agreed to pay $50,000 in damages to the National Organization for Marriage as a result of the unlawful release of the confidential information to a gay rights group, the Human Rights Campaign, that is NOM’s chief political rival.

“Congress made the disclosure of confidential tax return information a serious matter for a reason,” NOM Chairman John D. Eastman told The Daily Signal. “We’re delighted that the IRS has now been held accountable for the illegal disclosure of our list of major donors from our tax return.”


Joe Biden Threatens To Kill Reporters If They Write Negative Article About Him

Sheriff Joe is off the reservation

(UK Daily Mail) Vice President Joe Biden threatened reporters Saturday with a water gun.

Biden pulled the water pistol on members of the press during the annual media picnic at his official residence at the U.S. Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C.

‘Anybody who writes a bad story about me is dead,’ he said while holding the gun. ‘I just want you to know that, get this straight, we’re not gonna kid around about this.’

Just look at this gun wielding maniac!


NASA to Test Suborbital Rocket Technologies during June 28 Launch from the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia

NASA will test several new suborbital rocket technologies with the launch of a Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket between 4 and 5 a.m., June 28, from the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The backup launch days are June 29 through July 2.

These technologies will include a deployment system for forming vapor clouds used to track the winds in space for studies of the ionosphere; a miniature deployment actuator for small spacecraft called cubesats; a low-cost attitude solution system; and improvements in telemetry and flight recorders to increase the rates for data collected and transferred during flight.

The sub-payload deployment method being tested on this flight uses small rocket motors like those used in model rockets to eject the sub-payloads from the main payload. During the test, two sub-payloads with mixtures of mainly barium will be deployed from the sounding rocket. In addition to the barium, the two sub-payloads contain small amounts of the natural earth metals lithium and strontium.



A joint forces test shows it's possible to intercept an intermediate range missile launched from far out at sea with another projectile launched from U.S. soil. The test was led by the Missile Defense Agency. The Army launched a missile from the Reagan Test Site in the Marshall Islands. A Navy destroyer was able to detect it and relay information about where it was headed. Six minutes later, the interceptor was launched from Vandenburg Air Force Base. The interceptor, also called the kill vehicle, was able to take out the missile without an explosion, just using the force of its motion and weight. The knockout took place in space. Missile Defense Commander Admiral Jim Syring calls the exercise an important step in improving national security.

Funds From Superstorm Sandy To Replace Crisfield Md. School

CRISFIELD, Md. (AP) — Federal recovery aid following Superstorm Sandy will help rebuild an aging school building in Somerset County.

County officials plan to use $3 million from the $16.7 million awarded to the country for Sandy recovery to demolish and replace the former H. DeWayne Whittington Primary School in Crisfield. The building now houses Crisfield Head Start and the It Takes a Village after-school program.

The county has owned the building since the Board of Education closed the school in a 2005 realignment.


Veterans Affairs Department Needs To Get Their Act Together, This Is Shameful

The Veterans Affairs Department is struggling to provide adequate health care to female veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. The Associated Press finds nearly one in four VA hospitals does not have a fulltime gynecologist on staff. Since 2008, the department has spent $1.3 billion on ramping up women's health care. But officials admit they need to do more for the nearly 400,000 female patients the department sees each year. That number is more than double what the VA saw before the recent wars. Many female patients are of child-bearing age.

Worcester County Sheriff's Office Press Release 6-24-14

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office
Press Release

On Friday, June 20th, 2014 at 5:44PM Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched to the 11200 block of Ocean Gateway, Berlin, Worcester County, Md. for a suspected domestic assault. The victim had visible signs of injury. Deputies located the suspect, identified as Timothy Charles Richards 28 of Montgomery Village Md. Mr. Richards was placed under arrest and charged with second degree assault. Mr. Richards was held on a 5,000 dollar bond pending trial.

On June 20, 2014 at 7:23PM Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to the 11000-block of Adkins Rd, Berlin, Worcester County, Maryland in reference to a robbery.
The suspect, identified as Kennell Tashawn Floyd, 34, Berlin, Md. allegedly assaulted the victim and took the victim’s car keys, US Currency, and cell phone, and fled the area.
An arrest warrant was issued for Mr. Floyd. Mr. Floyd was located by Salisbury City Police and taken into custody.
Mr. Floyd was held on a $35,000 bond.

Obama Says US Should Have Paid Maternity Leave

WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama said Monday that the United States should join the rest of the industrialized world and offer paid leave for mothers of newborns.

"Many women can't even get a paid day off to give birth -- now that's a pretty low bar," Obama said at the White House Summit on Working Families. "That, we should be able to take care of."

The president is touting paid maternity in the midst of a midterm election campaign focused on women voters, without describing the details of how he would fund such a system. "If France can figure this out, we can figure this out," Obama said.


DelDOT Authorized to Raise an Estimated $30 Million in New Funding

Dover -- DelDOT would raise an estimated $30 million in new funding starting in fiscal year 2015 under a plan authorized today by the Bond Bill Committee of the Delaware General Assembly.

The authorization, which was explained to the Committee prior to a vote to approve DelDOT's budget, acknowledged DelDOT's existing authority to increase by $1 the tolls charged on weekends at the Biddles and Dover toll plazas on the mainline of Delaware 1. The toll is currently $2 per passenger vehicle on weekends. The tolls charged at on and off ramps to Delaware 1 would remain unchanged.

The Bond Bill Committee further authorized DelDOT to leverage the new toll revenue - estimated to bring in up to $10 million annually - against $20 million in new borrowing. The added funding would be dedicated to the Municipal Street Aide Program ($2 million) and DelDOT's paving program (approximately $28 million). Separately, the Community Transportation Fund would receive an additional $8.375 million from DelDOT's prior year authorization.

Homegrown Jihadis Arrested In Texas

Once again, the “religion of peace” demonstrates its true colors — and please don’t give me the line of a few individuals perverting Islam. A few days ago, two Muslim men in Texas were arrested on jihad terror charges.

As reported by, the two men were separately charged with terror-related offenses after federal agents said they planned to travel halfway around the world to engage in violent jihad. One of the men, a Bangladesh-born U.S. citizen named Rahatul Ashikim Khan, allegedly wanted to join al-Shabab, a Somalia-based terror group linked to al-Qaida. For the other, Michael Todd Wolfe from Houston, learning to fight in Syria was allegedly the goal.

Anyone who doesn’t believe we have a problem with homegrown jihadis in America is delusional.


Troopers on Scene of a Possible Barricaded Subject, Sportsman Road, Felton

Felton, DE - The Delaware State Police are currently operating in the 600 block of Sportsman Road for a report of a possible barricaded subject located in a residence.

The incident began at approximately 11:22 a.m. when the Delaware State Police received a call for a domestic incident outside the home. The female victim involved in the altercation was able to flee the premise with her children and reported that the male subject may have run into the house.

Troopers continue to assess the situation with no further details available at this time.

Troopers have evacuated several residences in the area of the incident as a precaution. Sportsman Road between Marshy Hope Road and Hills Market Road have been closed and motorists are advised to avoid the area and seek alternate routes of travel.

This is a preliminary release of information with additional updates as information is received.

Polling Update

It has been a very low/slow turn out so far today.

Don’t Cash Checks From Lotteries That You Never Entered

You’ve probably heard this message before, but in our opinion, consumers can’t really hear it too many times. If you receive a mysterious check in the mail, don’t cash it until you determine that its origins are legit. If you hear that you’ve won a lottery that you never entered, you probably never entered it. When you win the real lottery, you don’t need to pay processing fees to get your money.

This review isn’t just Consumer 101: it’s remedial consumer training. Yet this training session is brought to you by a St. Louis couple who received an unexpected check for $4,350, the first of their alleged $250,000 lottery winnings. To claim their prize, they simply had to deposit the check and wire money back to the lottery commission. You know, to cover the fees.


JUST IN: National Archives Boss: IRS ‘Did Not Follow The Law’ On Lost Lerner Emails

The top U.S. official in charge of archiving federal records testified Tuesday that the IRS ran afoul of the law by neglecting to tell his office that a trove of emails from the woman at the center of the targeting scandal disappeared after an apparent hard drive crash.

Archivist of the U.S. David Ferriero, speaking before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, made clear that federal agencies are supposed to report whenever their records are destroyed or even accidentally deleted. But he said that after emails from embattled IRS official Lois Lerner vanished after a computer failure in 2011, nobody told the National Archives.

"They did not follow the law," Ferriero said.

The testimony comes as lawmakers dig for answers as to how Lerner's emails disappeared and why they only found out about it earlier this month. Lerner herself twice has refused to answer questions before Congress, leaving lawmakers seeking answers from other officials who interacted with her or were involved in reviewing her documents. 


New York To Legalize Medical Marijuana — As Long As You’re Not Smoking It

New York is just about ready to legalize medical marijuana in the state for patients with serious illnesses — and no, your cousin Chad’s extreme boredom is not an illness — as long as patients aren’t smoking the stuff.

Governor Andrew Cuomo and other legislative leaders have come up with an agreement that lets doctors prescribe marijuana to patients with cancer, AIDS and epilepsy, but will require that prescription to be filled in non-smokeable form, ostensibly to ward against recreational users from cheating the system.

According to The Journal News, Cuomo called the medical pot agreement “the best of both worlds,” because patients who need it can have it, but the program won’t be abused, it’s hoped.

“There are certainly significant medical benefits that can be garnered,” Cuomo said during a news conference Thursday. “At the same time, it’s a difficult issue because there are also risks that have to be averted — public-health risks, public-safety risks — and we believe this bill strikes the right balance.”

Lawmwakers are expected to approve the bill soon, with the aim of having the medical-marijuana program up and running within 18 months. The marijuana will be taxed at 7% of gross sales.


SFD Calls For Service 6-23-14

  • Monday June, 23 2014 @ 22:27 Nature: Vehicle Accident w/InjuriesAddress: Snow Hill Rd & E Carroll St Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Monday June, 23 2014 @ 19:42Nature: Medical EmergencyCity:Salisbury
  • Monday June, 23 2014 @ 19:35Nature: Medical EmergencyCity:Salisbury
  • Monday June, 23 2014 @ 18:51 Nature: Vehicle Accident w/InjuriesAddress: E Salisbury Pkwy & Phillip Morris Dr Salisbury, MD 21801
  • Monday June, 23 2014 @ 17:30Nature: Medical EmergencyCity:Salisbury
  • Monday June, 23 2014 @ 17:14 Nature: Auto Accident RescueAddress: 406 Parker Rd Salisbury, MD 21801



In early January 2014, Bob Lonsberry, a Rochester talk radio personality on WHAM 1180 AM, said this in response to Obama’s “income inequality speech”:
Two Americas
The Democrats are right, there are two Americas.
The America that works, and the America that doesn’t.
The America that contributes, and the America that doesn’t.
It’s not the haves and the have nots, it’s the dos and the don’ts.
Some people do their duty as Americans, obey the law, support themselves, contribute to society, and others don’t.  That’s the divide in America.
It’s not about income inequality, it’s about civic irresponsibility.
It’s about a political party that preaches hatred, greed and victimization in order to win elective office.
It’s about a political party that loves power more than it loves its country.  That’s not invective, that’s truth, and it’s about time someone said it.
The politics of envy was on proud display a couple weeks ago when President Obama pledged the rest of his term to fighting “income inequality.”   He noted that some people make more than other people, that some people have higher incomes than others, and he says that’s not just.

A lethal new class of British jihadi

Once he dreamed of becoming the first Asian Prime Minister, but now this British-born jihadi spouts only hatred as he boasts of his allegiance to the murderous terrorists of ISIS, on their killing spree in Iraq and Syria.

Identified today by The Mail on Sunday, Reyaad Khan, 20, sits with a Kalashnikov assault rifle against his shoulder alongside two other British Islamists in a chilling recruitment video, urging British Muslims to take up arms.

Reyaad, who former school friends in Wales recall as a studious pupil who loved sports, is the second man to be identified in the video. He has joined the estimated 500 Britons who have been radicalised and gone to fight in the Middle East.


Water To be Temporarily Shut Off In Parts Of Delmar

Dear Resident,
The water on State Street from 2nd Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, the water on Pennsylvania Avenue from State Street to Jewell Street, and the water on Grove Street from Pennsylvania Avenue to 2nd Street will be temporarily shut off on Thursday June 26, 2014 from approximately 9a.m. to 3p.m. to repair water leaks. There will be one lane closed on State Street between Bi-State and Pennsylvania Avenue as well to repair the hole in the road.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Jerome Reid
Director of Public Works

America's expanding police state

Neighborhood cops are becoming armed soldiers

With so much happening internationally and the number of scandals, crises and general screw-ups of the Obama administration here at home, it’s worth noting a disturbing development here on the domestic front: a rapidly expanding police state.

On my radio program last week I had the pleasure of speaking with Cheryl Chumley, a reporter for The Washington Times, about her new book, “Police State USA: How George Orwell’s Nightmare is Becoming our Reality.” The title says it all, and aptly describes the shocking transformation of what had been our free society.

We all know about the scope of National Security Agency (NSA) spying. It’s fair to say at this point in our lives that the notion of privacy is all but dead and gone. However, it didn’t start there. In her book, Mrs. Chumley takes us on a ride through history, reminding us of the original intentions of the Founding Fathers versus the assault on the original design by “21st century realities.”


Convicted Sex Offender Charged With Child Pornography Offenses

Dover – Attorney General Beau Biden announced today that an investigation by the Delaware Child Predator Task Force has led to the arrest of a Milford-area registered sex offender who now faces charges that he dealt in child pornography.

“Child pornographers are child predators,” Attorney General Biden said.  “That’s why our Child Predator Task Force works day and night to identify these threats to our kids and take them off the streets.”

On Wednesday, June 18, 2014, as part an investigation into the distribution of child pornography online the Child Predator Task Force executed a search warrant at a residence in the unit block of E. Yorktown Road in Milford.  An occupant of the residence, 23 year-old Eric Robert Aldrich, a registered sex offender currently on supervised probation, was identified during the investigation.  Aldrich is prohibited from having internet access as a condition of his probation and was taken into custody at his probation office on the day the search warrant of his home was executed.

During their search of Aldrich’s residence, detectives seized three computers and other digital media.  A forensic preview of the evidence revealed multiple videos of child pornography.  As a result, Aldrich was arrested and charged with 25 counts of Dealing in Child Pornography.  He was arraigned via video phone by JP Court #2 and was committed to Sussex Correctional Institution in lieu of $500,000 secured bail.

The Child Predator Task Force investigation continues.  A booking image of Aldrich is attached.
Booking image Aldrich

‘Hillary Clinton Took Me Through Hell,’ Rape Victim Says

The woman at the center of the scandal over Hillary Clinton’s defense of an alleged child rapist speaks out in depth for the first time.

Hillary Clinton is known as a champion of women and girls, but one woman who says she was raped as a 12-year-old in Arkansas doesn’t think Hillary deserves that honor. This woman says Hillary smeared her and used dishonest tactics to successfully get her attacker off with a light sentence—even though, she claims, Clinton knew he was guilty.

The victim in the 1975 sexual abuse case that became Clinton’s first criminal defense case as a 27-year-old lawyer has only spoken to the media once since her attack, a contested, short interaction with a reporter in 2008, during Clinton’s last presidential campaign run. Now 52, she wants to speak out after hearing Clinton talk about her case on newly discovered audio recordings from the 1980s, unearthed by the Washington Free Beacon and made public this week.

In a long, emotional interview with The Daily Beast, she accused Clinton of intentionally lying about her in court documents, going to extraordinary lengths to discredit evidence of the rape, and later callously acknowledging and laughing about her attackers’ guilt on the recordings.

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Crime is way higher than even high statistics show

Whew: The numbers on black crime and black on white crime and black mob violence are just about as bad as you can imagine.

Black crime — especially violent crime — is 6, 8, 10, 30 even 50 times higher than white crime.

As crazy as that is, here’s something crazier: Black crime is even worse but the numbers are artificially deflated by a set of policies that can only be called black privilege.


Top seven natural cures for cancer that got buried by the FDA, AMA, CDC

(NaturalNews) How do you keep the spread of cancer "growing"? Bury the cure. How do you keep 1.5 million Americans "infested" yearly with mutated cells that multiply uncontrollably? You breed cancer in food and medicine. How many years ago did America start this evil strategy to make people sick and deny them the cure? Nearly 100 years. Where did it all really start? The American Medical Association (AMA) and a man named Morris Fishbein, who single-handedly removed nutrition from medical schools in the U.S. and installed a fake seal of approval for harmful lab-made drugs that made cancer worse. What else did Fishbein do? (

Just in case you "doubters" and skeptics want some concrete proof, some evidence to take with you on your journey NOT to get cancer, here are some historical, proven facts to help you understand WHY you need to go 100% organic and research and use natural remedies, to build your immunity to disease with superfoods, herbs, tinctures and organic supplements. (

Let's begin this journey of truth and the not-so-healthy history of medicine in this bold country we call the "Land of the Free." Let's begin with the TOP SEVEN CURES for cancer that mainstream media will never admit to, because their advertising money comes from Big Pharma, the GMO Agriculture giants (Monsanto/Dupont/Bayer/Dow Chemical/etc.) and the lobbyists and politicians who make their money off of stocks in cancer therapies that don't work:


Low vitamin D levels increase risk of early death for 66 percent of Americans

The sun is quintessential in facilitating life on planet Earth, meeting the biological requirements of species in all forms. In addition to making our existence possible, sunlight makes us feel good, and according to a new study, keeps us alive longer.

While some places on Earth experience endless amounts of sunshine, others aren’t so lucky. Large populations residing in colder regions consider sunlight a delicacy, many flocking to the Sunbelt of the southern and southwest United States. The equator divides the Earth’s surface between the North Pole and the South Pole. The further you are away from the equator, the greater of an angle the sun hits the atmosphere, making it more difficult to absorb the sun’s most natural rays, or ultraviolet B (UVB).

Those of us fortunate enough to live in the Sunbelt, have less to worry about when it comes to getting enough vitamin D. The amount of sunlight needed to maintain vitamin D levels depends on a few different factors including the time of day, where you live, the color of your skin and the amount of skin you expose.


Know Before You Go! (Sample Ballots)

If you would like to see at a sample ballot before you head out to the polls click HERE and select your county.


Liberal radio host Mike Malloy is reacting to broadened firearm carry rights in Georgia and open carry demonstrations around the county by promising to cause a public panic, perhaps resulting in the death of the person lawfully--and openly--carrying a firearm, if he sees such an individual.

According to, Malloy said:
I guess what I'll do if I'm ever in that situation and I see one of these yahoos walking in with a weapon, high caliber rifle like that, I'll just put on a berserk act. I will just start screaming Gun! Gun! Gun! Watch out, everybody hit the deck! Everybody. And then call 911 and I will say, shots fired, which will bring every g--damned cop within 15 miles. And then the half-wits with the long guns are going to panic and they're going to run out of the store and if that rifle isn't shouldered properly, the cop is going to take a look at that and put a bullet right in their forehead. (emphasis added)


Former Fed Governor, Hedge Fund Billionaire Slam Fed: "Government Fiat Does Not Create Wealth"

"Balance-sheet wealth is sustainable only when it comes from earned success, not government fiat," is the ugly truth that former Fed governor Kevin Warsh (amazing what truths come out after their terms are up) and hedge fund billionaire Stan Druckenmiller deliver in the following WSJ Op-Ed. The aggregate wealth of U.S. households, including stocks and real-estate holdings, just hit a new high of $81.8 trillion. No wonder most on Wall Street applaud the Fed's unrelenting balance-sheet recovery strategy.The Fed's extraordinary tools are far more potent in goosing balance-sheet wealth than spurring real income growth. Corporate chieftains rationally choose financial engineering - debt-financed share buybacks, for example - over capital investment in property, plants and equipment. The country needs an exit from the 2% growth trap. There are no short-cuts through Fed-engineered balance-sheet wealth creation. The sooner and more predictably the Fed exits its extraordinary monetary accommodation, the sooner businesses can get back to business and labor can get back to work.


Wheel of Corruption

Teenager builds browser plugin to show you where politicians get their funding

I just downloaded the GREENHOUSE app for Chrome and it is great. Talk about easy access to highly illuminating data. Well done! I’d encourage everyone to take a look at the app. It is very light and couldn’t be easier to use.

As the creator Nick Rubin says, – Some are Red. Some are Blue. All are GREEN. That couldn’t be more true.


Sudanese mother Meriam Ibrahim RE-ARRESTED hours after being freed

The woman who was put on death row in Sudan for marrying a Christian then freed after nine months in jail has been rearrested on Tuesday.

Meriam Ibrahim and her husband Daniel Wani were both held at an airport in the capital Khartoum as they apparently tried to flee the country.

Meriam, 27, a doctor, had only been released from prison yesterday - and going back to jail will cause her unimaginable agony.

Daniel’s arrest also creates a headache for the US government as he is an American citizen who lives in Manchester, New Hampshire.


Slow Morning At The Polls

Reporting light turnouts so far.

Little Girl Writes Dad's Employer, Gets Surprise

A Reddit post went viral over the weekend after a little girl wrote a note to get her dad a day off of work for his birthday; and the dad's employer, Google, wrote her back.

The letter—written in blue crayon no less—begins "Dear Google Worker…"

It continues: "Can you please make sure when daddy goes to work, he gets one day off. Like he can get a day off on Wednesday. Because daddy ONLY gets a day off on Saturday."


Just Who Is The Wizard Of Oz In Maryland?

There IS someone behind a certain curtain but who might that person be?

I'll start with this. Do you know what country is the #1 producer of heroin is in the world? That would be Afghanistan. Hmmmmm, let's think about that for a minute. 

While Americans are simply way too busy these days to look into stats, here on a local level there isn't a single Police Officer or a single States Attorney who would deny that heroin from Delaware to the Eastern Shore of Virginia who would deny that heroine availability or use is up by 600%, OR MORE. 

Here we are fighting wars around the world and the one place that provides all this heroin happens to be the very place we've been occupying for the past 14 years, hmmmmm! Who's behind that curtain?

If Americans had more time they'd start to challenge just how all this heroin is mysteriously arriving to America, just how addicting it is, how certain crime is up a good 400%, yet no one wants to talk or think about it. 

I have spoken to several law enforcement officers who are now being challenged by Eastern Shore States Attorneys on CHARGES these officers have filed against certain drug dealers and the States Attorneys are actually siding with the drug dealers.

I have followed some cases against individuals who have little to no record of criminal history yet they're getting massive sentences. Drug dealers, (even some on probation) who do have a criminal history are getting off with far lower sentences.

You have to wonder just what the heck is going on around here any more. States Attorneys telling Police Officers that they know certain Judges won't accept the charges because of words like "will" or "shall". 

Let's go back to when a young adult finally makes the decision to become a Police Officer, to serve and protect. They choose to go into that profession because they want to make a safer and better community. They go through the Police Academy and they learn the LAW. When they come out they very quickly learn that what they were taught in the Academy isn't exactly how things are done here on the streets, it's a fact. 

Then they go out and make good arrests and one after the other, the charges are dropped. In the end it flat out discourages these Police Officers. They didn't join the force to run RADAR and catch speeders.

Now, here's the important part of my point of view. I have always said that people like Mike Lewis and Barbara Duncan do NOT want to lower crime, it's BAD for business. You may not like me saying such a thing but it is how I honestly feel. If crime was in fact lowered, if there were multiple DRUG STINGS each year, crime would go way down. 

Instead we have Officers patrolling the Bypass looking for the out of town drug runners going from Florida to New York. That doesn't help us locally but it does allow a particular person to pound their chest and make it look like they took a big bite out of crime. It's complete BS on a local level. Do we really need more Officers? Or do we need to look at how these Officers are actually managed.

Doing a drug sting once every several years doesn't stop drugs. When is the last time your local media did an article on whether  crime was up or down in the COUNTY? Oh, that's right, they NEVER have. Hmmmm, I wonder who's behind that curtain?

Now don't get me wrong. The States Attorneys Office is doing a fantastic job with what they are delivered. However, their playing judge and jury BEFORE cases ever get to the judge, is in my opinion, criminal in itself. 

These Officers risk their lives trying to protect us. They are taught to be PROACTIVE and go after these dealers and nowadays their arrests are thrown out because certain people believe a local Judge will say the "will" or "shall" changes their view of the case. 

Police Officers are losing INTEREST in what they do. They are being forced to become discouraged. Why arrest that dealer if he's just going to walk. Instead they should pull people over for not wearing a seat belt. Yeah, that's why they went to school and then the Academy to become a Police Officer. 

More importantly, WHO IS THE WIZARD BEHIND THE CURTAIN? Someone is setting these rules and I, (for one) would love to know at what level it comes from. I don't want to speak for you but I would think ALL of us would like to see these drug dealers off the streets. Instead, all we get is, crime is up and we need more Officers. Well, NOW YOU KNOW WHY CRIME IS UP. Now you know that our leaders are not doing their job. IF they had competition they would be out of business almost immediately. How convenient that there is not only no competition but that your local Media refuses to tell you the TRUTH about the actual crime rate over the past 8 years. 

Ireton tells the public that crime is down 40%, or whatever he says. It's a load of crap Ladies & Gentlemen. If you had three murders last year and it dropped to one, yes, crime is down. However, when you had 400 burglaries and thefts last year and you are now up to 4,000, is crime really down? Those are NOT actual figures but the percentages aren't far off.

Heroin is a HUGE problem and not only do we desperately need the distribution to END, we MUST protect our children from these dealers giving them free hits to get them addicted. 

Our complete system is failing us and we need to know who the WIZARD is behind the CURTAIN!