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20 Minute Workout—Fitness Made Easy…
By Jill Best

This should come as no surprise. Old studies reveal that active adults are healthier than stationary adults.

But, a new study reports that an adult that sits less than 3 hours a day is healthier than a couch potato or computer nerd.

Just standing will lessen the possibilities of high blood sugar, circulation and high blood pressure. 

So stand as much as you can—and if you can add 20 minutes of exercise to your ‘stand time.’

Adults need about 2 ½ hours of moderate physical aerobic each week. As you gain stamina and are physically able (consult your doctor before beginning any regime) more physical activity like muscle-strengthening is important for overall health.

Warm-up and Cool-down— Warm-up and cool-down and periods are just as important as the exercise themselves. In fact, many times they are a slower, more deliberate form of the rep performed.

Aerobic Activity—can consist of almost anything—mostly depending on your abilities. Endurance activities can be just about anything that gets you off the couch like; running, walking, bicycling, sports, dancing, and swimming. All you need to remember is to get your heart rate up.

Muscle strengthening—after getting in better shape most physicians recommend that an adult add some sort of muscle strengthening routine to their weekly aerobic workout—at least 2 days a week. No specific time is recommended. The adult should do enough repetitions until it would be difficult to do another repetition without help. You can start with one set with 8-10 reps and build to 2 or 3 sets as your body allows. Don’t worry about the weight lifted—effective reps are more important.

Diet—again, not to sound like a broken record but consult your physician before starting any diet or exercise plan. Back to diet, always eat a balanced diet. Consult your insurance wellness plan and you will find most will recommend a good dietician at little or no cost.

Believe it or not—a good diet plan can be as important if not as critical as the exercise. And don’t be put off by the word ‘diet.

In many cases you’ll find that you can eat more than you normally do and actually realize your goals—whether its weight loss or just living better.

So here’s to getting active, healthy and fit with just a little effort.



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By Jill Best

First things first, who’s genetic testing most recommended for;

Patients with a strong family history of ovarian or breast cancer at any age should be tested.

Remember, men aren’t exempt from breast cancer so they should consider the tests too.

The BRCA testing involves taking a small sample of blood or tissue for the purpose of testing the patient’s DNA.

The test is relatively painless; especially given the life-saving benefits for the patient.

The test will reveal certain genes or mutations linked to the disease which will be used to determine if the patient is a high risk candidate.

You’ve always heard early detection is the key to recovery.

Well, you can’t get any earlier than this!!

Doctors will be able to diagnose the potential condition before cancer can rear its ugly head.

Once a diagnosis is made your Doctor can better choose the right treatment for you!!

Even if you don’t have a family history of ovarian or breast cancer you can opt for the “cheek swab” or “Decode test” to put your mind at ease!

So here’s looking at you kid—hopefully for a long time!!


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Hollywood, and DC circus

By Dick Means

President Trump finished his first official week today (Friday January 27th, 2017) amidst headlines like; the ‘Trump tornado’, ‘he lies’, he’s implementing a ‘gag order’ on government employees, or Trump strives/revels in the ‘chaos.
An independent observer can only shake his/her head, and wonder out loud what a difference 8 years makes, or more precisely the (R) following a candidate’s name, or even more succinctly the name Trump.

Just 8 years ago, Barrack Obama entered the White House around 10: am on his first day, amid congratulatory, fawning headlines, from a very partial mainstream media. His accomplishments were recently featured in a 24 photo montage by Time magazine.

Mr. Obama’s first half day consisted of retaking the oath (after John Roberts flubbed it the day before… forgetting ‘faithfully’ during the ‘execution of office’ portion), and then the new president soldiered on… signing a series of executive orders aimed at closing GITMO, and removing combat forces from Iraq.

Governmental department heads, and employees followed the traditional long standing unwritten rule of; not speculating on campaign promises that may or may not become proposed polices, especially before a cabinet could be seated.

On a side note—team Trump has only 4 cabinet members confirmed, while Obama had 14 for the same time period. 
The mainstream media went about its business, happily embarking on self-imposed pilgrimage of canonizing its ‘chosen’ guy, Barrack Obama;

Politico beat the mainstream media with its own coup… announcing a magazine entitled ‘44’ that would cover every aspect of the new president’s day, every trivial step, including a celebration of his private life, while joining all of media in declaring his family off limits for criticism.

MSNBC’s Chuck Todd tried to one-up Politico by reading the daily menu in the White House cafeteria…a tradition that endured halfway through the Obama first term. I especially enjoyed the description of the French onion soup, and its Plats d'accompagnement (accompanying plates)… ummm sour dough garlic toast… yummy.

Our readers may remember (according to the FEC) that 95% of the donations made by the media, and more surprisingly 95+% of federal employees’ donations were given to the democrats’ presidential candidates during the last 2 cycles. In a recent response, a federal union chief sheepishly tried to explain away the overwhelming pro-democrat donations as not a signal of partisanship.

The Department of Justice that cleared Hillary Clinton of wrong doing tied her old agency (State Department) with a whopping 97% pro Clinton donations. To be fair the Department of Defense trailed the others, bringing down the average with their lowly 84% donation to Dems.

Yep, all was well for the left leaning press, however all that’s changed since Trump snagged the job leading the free world.
The press has awakened from its 8 year dreamland to find an unsuitable replacement for their guy. Instead of a complacent media, Trump is faced with a media bent on opposition;
The left has tried to delegitimize the Trump presidency from every angle, and in some unfortunate cases president Trump, and team have assisted their efforts.

Despite the assurances by former president Obama, the Russians failed in their attempts to hack the election tallies… the left believes American voters were unduly influenced by the undisputed truths leaked from the Podesta emails.
However, MSNBC’s contributors, Donnie Deutch, and Steve Conracki have offered a lesser alternative based on internal polling supplied by Clinton team insider, Robbie Mook; 
It seems undecided Americans were affected by the FBI investigation…not the Russian leaks/hacks… specifically the revelations outlined by director James Comey, and Clinton’s own self-inflicted unfavorable trustability numbers. In other words the lack of trust made the FBI innuendo more believable, and doomed Clinton not the hacks/leaks.

Next, the press has tried to wholesale destroy the president’s reputation. The Huffington Post best exemplified the consorted efforts, claiming Mr. Trump ‘lies every 5 minutes,”
IN the HuffPo piece “Trump Fuels His Illegitimacy Daily, With Ever More Lies: Move On, Media, With A Trump Lie Counter”, the author writes, May Ellen Harte; “Donald Trump’s lies are already legendary, and as they mount daily, fuel his presidential illegitimacy in ways no others can: lies fuel voter mistrust, disapproval (of which Trump has record high levels entering the presidency) and increasingly detract from their perception of his presidential legitimacy. Remember Richard Nixon?”

Harte continues; “The “Lyin’ Donald Trump” piece estimated, based on their observations, that Trump was lying on average roughly every 5 minutes. That’s 12 times every hour (repeating a lie counts). Multiply that by 24 hours (hang on, got to find my calculator), that’s 288 lies daily, or 8,640 lies monthly. And the master liar is catholic in his scope: nothing is beyond his ability to create illusion for all, and delusions for himself.”

Harte calls for Trump’s ouster, adding; “[One might argue that he is not lying because he is delusional — but if that is so, doesn’t that justify his immediate removal based on mental incapacitation as stated in Section 4 of the 25th Amendment? So, for now, we’ll presume his party would rather have him seen as lying - or that they are equally delusional. You pick.]

Of course, that 5 minute average only takes into account observable lies, those lies that were documented in some way. We have no idea what kind of impressive show behind the scenes is denied to us. One can only guess about the number of lies that flow in the privacy of Trump Tower and the White House, where, presumably, he is now able to lie fairly continuously to a continual flow of people wanting to transact with the U.S. president. Given that, let’s just round up the above estimated numbers of daily and monthly lies to 300 daily, or 9,000 monthly.”

On a side note—the mainstream media avoided the use of the word lie—preferring a series of words that included; “misled”, “wrong” or “misinformed” when describing the misdeeds of Bill Clinton during the Monica Lewinski scandal, or Barack Obama’s insistence “you can keep your doctor,” “If you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” or “the ACA [Obamacare] will save individual families $2500,”
Interestingly, “If you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” was dubbed the “lie of the year” solely by liberal leaning PolitiFact.

Lastly, the press threw out the chum—Trump’s inauguration had less attendees—bait the newly minted leader couldn’t resist. The Trump numbers supplied by the inaugural committee (numbers based on averages), and got burned.
The madness continued when chief adviser, Kellyanne Connolly, and president Trump doubled down. Connelly tried to convince a hostile media that “alternative facts” existed. Connelly was talking about the flawed numbers supplied by the inaugural committee, and was widely panned as a liar.

Mr. Trump doubled down on his assessment that he would have won the popular vote if it hadn’t been for illegal voters…citing reports the Pew report’s own authors conclude are inaccurate. Now the president is promising an investigation to root out the truth.

The press his winning… at least this week… instead of being forced to focus on the administrations unrivaled pace, and its unprecedented successes, the argument was over crowd size, and illegal voters. The press has muddied the waters, tossing out the theory that Trump started the incidents mentioned to cover his first week accomplishments.

Not done, the media is now championing the charge to ‘resist’.

After a series of executive orders freezing hiring, and announcements the EPA could lose at least a billion budget dollars, some federal employees are heeding the cry, inching ever closer to violating federal law, which prohibits their involvement in political activism during working hours. At least 2 of the offenders are now being reported as ex.

The department of the interior, specifically the national parks service, the department of defense, and the EPA had a series of questionable tweets removed by their own management.

The tweets came from at least 6 official accounts… all seemingly aimed at undermining the incoming president’s views on climate change, and the strong vetting of refugees from lands that have professed hatred for America. One tweet compared the 120 day ban on immigration to the United States’ to internment of Japanese American citizens during WWII.

The Obama era National Parks chief communications officer, Tom Cosson directed his employees to; “At this time, National Park Service social media managers are encouraged to continue the use of Twitter to post information relating to public safety and park information, with the exception of content related to national policy issues,”
The Hatch act is plain—no federal employee can use government assets, or on ‘the clock’ time to promote an outside political agenda—they can’t even use an officially sponsored Twitter account… not anymore since team Trump reminded them of their obligation.

However, it does appear the Trump administration did make a clumsy attempt at covering all the bases, forgetting the past lesson of leaks by Obama era employees.

Inaugural Friday night team Trump ordered a freeze on public discussions of proposed policy, and anything that “can be shared broadly and end up in the press,” according to an internal EPA email authored by an Obama era employee.
The resulting media storm seems to emanate from a series of Politico articles;

According to Politico, the same LEAKED email said; “Trump’s team will also review EPA's previously planned public webinars "and decide which ones will go forward." And EPA employees were cautioned to send only “essential” messages to email lists, since those messages "can be shared broadly and end up in the press.”

IN a follow up, Politico reported; “Contrary to erroneous media reports, HHS and its agencies continue to communicate fully about its work through all of its regular communication channels with the public, the media and other relevant audiences," an HHS official said Wednesday. “There is no directive to do otherwise.”

Politico added;“Meanwhile, employees at HHS and the NIH received emails telling them to halt external correspondence — a move that one official later said was meant only to implement a White House-ordered temporary halt to regulatory activity, that read; “For your additional awareness, please note that we have been directed not to send any correspondence to public officials (to include Members of Congress and state and local officials) between now and February 3, unless specifically authorized by the Department,”

In the next line apparently missed by the mainstream media, Politico contradicted the aforementioned claim; “But an HHS official disputed the idea that the agency had been muzzled, and said people were misinterpreting a memo from acting Secretary Norris Cochran that "pertains only to proposed or pending regulations." Trump had ordered a "regulatory freeze" Friday night, telling agencies to hold off on all pending rules until his administration can review them.”

Politico continued; “USDA’s Agriculture Research Service received a memo Monday from branch chief of staff Sharon Drumm telling them that the release of documents, including “but not limited to, news releases, photos, fact sheets, news feeds and social media content,” would be held until further notice. The move was unusual for USDA’s research arm, which looks at the broad scope of food and agriculture issues including nutrition, crop yields and even detecting fire ants. Acting Deputy Secretary Michael Young — director of the Office of Budget and Program Analysis and currently the highest ranking official at USDA — disavowed the memo. ARS later formally rescinded it.”

Trump spokesman, Sean Spicer jumped in with the defense, saying; “There’s nothing that has come from the White House. Absolutely not.”

Spicer waded in on the tweets, saying; “My understanding is that because they had inappropriately violated their own social media policies, there was guidance that was put out to the department to act in compliance with the rules that were set forth.”

The executive director of the National Federation of Federal Employees, Steve Lenkart, ignored the explanations, saying; “I would advise this new administration to tread lightly when ordering any increase of secrecy of government operations or policies. The American people expect an open, transparent and honest government.”

Jeff Ruch, the executive director of the watchdog group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility chimed in, saying; “From what we can tell, the cloud of Mordor is descending across the federal service,”

EPA’s public affairs office head for the Obama administration, fanned the flames; “It’s a dark time right now. People are nervous and they are scared about what they can and can’t do. They don’t want to get in trouble and they want to do the right thing.”

The left continued to cry foul over nothing, with Elijah Cummings leading the way, citing the Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act; “immediate action to remedy the Trump administration’s apparent violations of multiple federal laws by imposing gag orders on federal employees that prevent them from communicating with Congress.”

Cummings later appeared again on MSNBC’s ‘the Andrea Mitchel show’ and clarified his remarks somewhat—admitting the Trump administration hadn’t tried an ‘end-around’ the Whistleblower act—adding portent of sorts, saying; “when people are scared” … [they] will take to the streets,”
No wets deal with Hollywood… they can’t help themselves… not seeing the reality of their economical positon versus the diametrically opposed hypocrisy their politics.
Plain and simple… Hollywood types are by and large rich, privileged, and oblivious to it. They preach the very downfall of the things that make them special in the eyes of way too many folks.

We have a host of liberal sycophants in Hollywood that make unbelievable statements on a daily basis… from leaving the US to calling the president Hitler, fascist, bigot, and liar all before he offered his first policy decision.

Add to that list the last installment of hypocrisy; attacking the first family.

Former first ladies, Hillary Clinton, and Michelle Obama were very involved in politics on the first day of their husbands’ campaigns. The media cringed at the thought anyone would attack them… or even stoop so low as to belittle their children.

Mrs. Trump has been a reluctant, and very missing FLOTUS yet she has been ravaged since get go; designers refusing to dress her, a host of jokes at her expense, even bigotry aimed at her Rumanian heritage.

Now the left is defending the actions by an SNL writer, Katie Rich who was suspended indefinitely for tweeting; “Barron [Trump] will be the first home schooled shooter,”
The left has come out if droves but here’s just a few tweets to give you an idea;

Comedian, Paul F. Tompkins (Google him he’s that forgettable) told Vanity Fair;

“The joke was talked about for longer than it was online and it was circulated way more by the people who were offended by it than the person who posted it. So I feel like there’s definitely a self-righteous, sanctimonious angle to this that is just so hypocritical. I don’t think somebody needed to lose their job over this. Especially not if they work for a satirical program” 

Tompkins also tweeted; “Talk about PC culture run amok! Right? Right, people who say that all the time? This is that, right?”

Another comedian Dan Harmon tweeted; “Yes I would. I would tolerate all jokes. I do tolerate all jokes. And so do you. Because we have not lost our motherfucking god damn minds.”

Former SNL’er, Horatio Sanz wrote; “support Katie Rich”
Nikki Glaser tweeted; “The suspension of Katie Rich from SNL does not bode well for free speech. We should all be a little more scared than we were yesterday”

Dan Wilbur tweeted; “Katie Rich should have never tweeted that joke. She should have said it on an Access Hollywood bus. Then no one would care.”

Katie Rich retracted her tweet about Barron Trump, saying; “I sincerely apologize for the insensitive tweet. I deeply regret my actions & offensive words. It was inexcusable & I'm so sorry.”

She finally got it after she heard ‘you’re fired’… that’s sounds familiar… isn’t that someone’s famous catch phrase? …


By Bill Gray



If you were paying attention this week, the looming government shutdown has been avoided after the bi-partisan panel delivered a compromise to congress. Sounds like a good thing right? Divided government triumphs right? Maybe…maybe not…

The finished bill is expected to hit the president’s desk sometime this weekend, where it will be signed into law, according to White House staffers. However, that’s not the ‘real story’ by a long shot.  

Before that happened, the ‘rough bill’ began the ‘mark-up’ process, which saw politicians scrambling to add additional amendments possibly never discussed, or agreed upon by the bipartisan panel since they weren’t in the original proposal .

Many of those amendments have been described as ‘poison pills’ by almost every pundit in DC. As usual, the final version sent to the president is much different than what left the negotiators, and in this case was meant to cause another political showdown.

In an unusual move, Nancy Pelosi held a signing ceremony with the same pomp usually reserved for presidents. Pelosi signed the bill, and distributed pens to her staffers.

After Pelosi awkwardly fumbled with the pens she bewildered those present when she mixed up the holidays;

“Happy Valentine’s Day. We saluted our victory – or the victory for the American people – earlier with chocolate. Chocolate from California, I call it the champagne of chocolate. So again, I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. You should go home now to your loved ones,”

The democrats flocked to mainstream media mics to claim victory. Despite Pelosi’s odd signing ceremony, she offered some public condolences, suggesting republicans focus on ‘what’s in the bill, and not what’s missing,’

The GOP slunk to the same mics, heads down, and mumbled something about ‘it’s a beginning’….’not a perfect, deal but a good one’.

THE president took the challenge, immediately signaling he would sign the bill, and declare a national emergency, using the $1 ¾b allotted in the measure as seed money.    

The final cut had 354 provisions that denied any movement, or reallocation of monies to the president’s border wall. It allowed the refurbishing, or building of 55 miles in the Rio Grande area (of the total 230 proposed miles the president identified along the entire border) as eligible, but only after the government gained the permission of local politicians. The Rio Grande Valley is democratic territory, and isn’t expected to warm to the president’s position.

The president has announced he will use the national emergency clause (there are 31 still active… dating back to 1970’s). In fact of the 58 declared, president Obama is one of the most prolific with nearly a dozen. The last noteworthy was Obama’s bird-flu declaration.     

Trump’s surrogates are already hitting the public opinion trail, pointing out there were over 70k American overdoses from drugs shipped in via the porous southern border last year, that’s more than the 58k Americans lost in the 10 year Viet Nam War. Trump surrogates are also countering the left’s talking point of fewer single male crossings, with a 290% increase of family units illegally crossing.

Many of Trump supporters are charging the democrats with trying to codify the ‘catch & release’ policy of the Obama administration, which allowed family units free range of the US, while awaiting asylum hearings most won’t return for. In the last decade, less than 10% of the asylum seekers are granted asylum under the law.

The opinions on whether the president has the right to declare an emergency is evenly split. However, the Washington Post wrote the best article last month favoring the president’s position.    

Trump critic, Deanna Paul wrote on January 7;

“This time, President Trump is right about the law. As the partial government shutdown entered its third week, Trump announced Friday he is flirting with the idea of declaring a national emergency and circumventing Congress to begin construction of the U.S.-Mexico border wall.”

Paul continued;

“In 1976, Congress passed the National Emergencies Act, which permits the president to pronounce a national emergency on a whim, at his discretion. The act offers no definition of “emergency.” It lays out no required criteria; it demands no showing by the president. Declaring a national emergency also gives the president access to dozens of laws with specialized funds he otherwise would not have,”

Nonetheless, the democrats came out firing with tales of impending doom for republicans, who support the emergency declaration by Trump. The dem’s suggested that the next democrat in the White House could declare a national emergency too, with some suggesting the following as possible emergencies; climate change, gun control (specifically mentioning the Parkland school shooting anniversary), access to healthcare or income inequality.

Despite the initial political posturing, this president’s declaration of an emergency over the border wall is destined to end up in court, with both sides declaring victory. The dem’s can say they stopped the wall, while Trump can claim he did his level best, but was defeated by congress. Either way, immigration & the wall will be around another year as a political football/issue for both sides…

The president’s poll numbers are rising, according to Real Clear Politics. The president is up a couple of points since the state of the union address. Rasmussen, (the only pollster to predict a Trump victory in 2016) has the president up at 50%.

Border security is up too (46%)…with a statistical tie from lows in the high 30’s last September...


Willian Barr was sworn in late Thursday as the newest member of the Trump cabinet. Barr will take immediate command as Attorney General of the embattled Justice Department. Barr was confirmed 54-45, with the help of 3 democrats (Manchin, Jones, and Sinema).

Rand Paul was the only republican who failed to vote for Barr, citing his objections to Barr’s eavesdropping positions during the Bush 41 presidency. Barr is expected to ‘clean house,’ seeking perjury indictments against numerous former FBI operatives, and Clinton insiders…

In an interview, with 60 minutes (slated to air Sunday), former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe admitted to initiating the now infamous investigation into the Trump campaign on a gut feeling. 

McCabe told host Scott Pelley;

“I was speaking to the man [Trump] who had just run for the presidency, and won the election for the presidency, and who might have done so with the aid of the government of Russia, our most formidable adversary on the world stage and that was something that troubled me greatly.

 I think the next day, I met with the team investigating the Russia cases, and I asked the team to go back and conduct an assessment to determine where are we with these efforts and what steps do we need to take going forward. I was very concerned that I was able to put the Russia case on absolutely solid ground in an indelible fashion that were I removed quickly or reassigned or fired, that the case could not be closed or vanish in the night without a trace,”

Our readers may remember, McCabe was fired for lying to investigators about the same case…

Nancy Pelosi is jumping into the gun control ‘briar patch’ despite the findings of 3 independent studies. Pelosi wants extended background searches, which would include sales, or exchanges between relatives included in the new bill…   

The Justice Department revealed the FBI dropped the ball again, when it released spying indictments for an American intelligence officer that defected to Iran, and her 4 Iranian handlers that recruited her.

Former U.S. Air Force counterintelligence specialist, Monica Elfriede Witt (39), convinced FBI agents she was not sharing any classified information, and was allowed to return to Iran in 2014. Miss Witt first came under suspicion the year before, after appearing in anti-American videos. She is charged with sabotaging her entire unit, including sharing the names of her colleagues/colleagues families…

Nancy Pelosi led the charge to remove US troops from Yemen. The move would need to pass a vote in the senate to make it to the president’s desk. Our readers may remember it was the Obama administration that first sent arms/trainers to the war torn country. Pundits are equally spilt on the reasoning. Some believe the expanding humanitarian crisis is to blame for the sudden move, while others affirm it’s a slight at the US alliance with the Saudis… 


Tucson, Arizona…border patrol agents sent out warnings of a new, more potent killer illegally crossing the border in droves. The culprit is fentanyl disguised as real oxycodone, and selling for the bargain prices of $9 per pill. The effects are immediate…party goers are falling to sleep forever. The sky blue pills resemble real OxyContin, with a ‘30’ printed on one side, and an ‘M’ on the other. To date a half a dozen high school age kids in the Tucson sector have lost their lives…  

Baton Rouge, Louisiana…nine young men (ages 19-23) from the Delta Kappa Epsilon (LSU) were arrested for assaults, which resulted from campus hazing incidents. The assaults ranged from forcing pledges to walk on broken glass, beatings, being urinated on, and false imprisonment…   

San Francisco, California… the American Civil Liberties Union, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies are heading up a lawsuit on behalf of the 11 illegals released back into Mexico. The lawsuit alleges the 11 Central Americans can’t adequately assist in their pending asylum cases if deported, and are unsafe, being forced to focus on their survival…  


Baghouz, Syria…US backed forces are closing in on the last square mile of territory held by an estimated 300 ISIS fighters. The tactics have changed, according to the US backed Kurds, signaling the end is near… 

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Caracas, Venezuela…embattled socialist, Nicolas Madura alleges he’s had at least 2 secret meetings with the Trump administration envoys. Maduro describes the meetings as cordial, suggesting he has hopes of remaining in power. The Trump administration hasn’t commented officially, but one Trump staffer told the AP reporters the administration would meet to assist the Maduro regime in its exit from the Venezuela…

Brussels, Netherlands…on Friday [February 15, 2019] secretary of state, Mike Pompeo followed up with EU leaders the day after VP Mike Pence publicly humiliated them in Poland.

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Pence accused Britain, France, and Germany specifically, along with the EU generally, for evading US sanctions on Iran. Britain, France, and Germany admittedly have been bartering with the rogue regime in hopes of avoiding the US financial sanctions…

Srinagar, India…33 soldiers were killed, with 20 wounded after Kashmiri militant rammed his explosive laden van into a military convoy…



Chicago Illinois… lawyer Michael Avenatti is back, and this time with a new video tape, he claims has alleged misdeeds (having sex with an underage girl) starring R Kelly. 


Fayette, Alabama… a young man named Blueberry Hill (19) was arrested on narcotics charges after a routine traffic stop. Hill probably wasn’t what Fats Domino had in mind when he wrote the song Hill is named for…somehow I don’t think Fats had this doper in mind when he sang about ‘finding my thrill on Blueberry Hill’…


Port Richey, Florida…a real life ninja, Peter Elacqua (41), [check out his shirt if you don’t believe me] was arrested for hitting his girlfriend with a burrito. This is the 2nd time, in as many weeks, and in separate 2 incidences, 2 different Florida men have struck their significant others with a burrito. Wonder if the other guy was a ninja too, and what’s up with the burrito hatred in Florida??? 



By Jill Best

 Germs are everywhere, so it's up to you to get your body germ resistant.
Effective tips to boost your immune system;

REST—Genetics, age and activity levels are determiners for the ideal amount of sleep your body needs. A good estimate is between seven and a half
to nine hours a night.

WASH—90% of sickness comes from germs on your
hands. So wash your hands.

HYDRATE— Water helps your entire body. Aim for at least 64
ounces each day, and get more with exercise.

 GARLIC—is an effective disease fighter and
can prevent bacteria from. Include garlic in your next meal.

 Remember only you can prevent forest fires or the creepy crud;

 So rest, wash, hydrate, eat your spices and repeat!!

 So Here’s looking at you kid; hopefully for long time.