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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!!



 BY Jill Best

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

It’s the ideal time for you to learn a few steps aimed at reducing the risk of breast cancer for you or a loved one.

Eat whole grains, fruits, fresh vegetables or any other foods that comprise a healthy low-fat diet.
Research shows that eating a healthy diet and exercising can reduce all cancer rates by 30 to 40 percent.

NO cigarette or other tobacco products.

Smoking puts you at the highest risk and is known to increase risk of many types of cancer, heart disease, and stroke.

If you smoke or use any other forms of tobacco consult your doctor for a medication to help make quitting easier.

Obesity is linked to increased breast cancer risk, especially in postmenopausal women.
Work with your doctor to control your weight.

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


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.




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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? …

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By Bill Gray


No one can say there’s ever been a leisurely day, or even a slow week, since the Trump administration took office. This week isn’t any different.

President Trump started the week on sound footing, with the signing of an underreported trade agreement with Mexico, and Canada.

The president also nominated another 17 people for posts varying from; chief of the Marshal Service in the DOJ, 2 ambassadorships, and 14 functionaries in the departments of energy, and prisons.  

On the international front, the North Koreans are again making overtones on peace denuclearization, with the new round of talks kicking off this weekend, headed up by Secretary Pompeo.

However, the nomination of Judge Kavanaugh, and the subsequent final vote on Saturday has drained the oxygen from the room. Especially, after the president decided to break with ‘DC speak’, and question the veracity of Dr. Blasey Ford during one of his many rallies this week.    

Although the president has been as busy as a ‘whirling dervish’ the mainstream media has had time to focus on old allegations of financial misdeeds by the president’s father, and pointing out the ridiculous when the president boarded AF1 with toilet paper trailing from his left shoe…

In the eleventh hour, Canada reluctantly joined the new USMCA (United States, Mexico, Canada agreement). If you paid attention to the headlines, or criticisms of the Trump orchestrated plan, you’d think the Canadians had driven the negotiations from day one. That’s far from the truth, and even the most stringent of the opposition admitted it was the president’s brinkmanship that brought Canada into the fold.  

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, and Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland announced in a joint statement;

“Today, Canada and the United States reached an agreement, alongside Mexico, on a new, modernized trade agreement for the 21st century: the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). USMCA will give our workers, farmers, ranchers and businesses a high-standard trade agreement that will result in freer markets, fairer trade and robust economic growth in our region. It will strengthen the middle class and create good, well-paying jobs and new opportunities for the nearly half-billion people who call North America home. We look forward to further deepening our close economic ties when this new agreement enters into force”

President Trump praised the deal, tweeting;

“It is a great deal for all three countries, solves the many deficiencies and mistakes in NAFTA, greatly opens markets to our Farmers and Manufacturers, reduce(s) Trade Barriers to the U.S. and will bring all three Great Nations closer together in competition with the rest of the world. The USMCA is a historic transaction!”

The new USMCA addresses 21st century concerns on cyber security, intellectual property, and trade secrets, guarantees greater environmental protections, wages no lower than $16/hour, and raises the percentage of automobile completion to 75%. The agreement also ends tariffs on virtually everything, with the exception of steel/aluminum to the US, which will be addressed in a separate agreement.

Most democrats tentatively agree with the deal, with the New Yorker magazine best exemplifying the opposition. The NYM suggests car manufactures will skate the requirements, or pay the low 2.5% tariff if they fail to meet the 75% goal of parts made in higher wage facilities…

The North Koreans are at it again, with chairman Kim sending a letter to president Trump, via South Korean president Moon. The ‘love’ letter, as its being billed by some members of the press, garnered a strange response from the US president.  

During a rally in Arlington, president Trump said ‘tongue in cheek’ said; “He [Kim] wrote me beautiful letters, and they’re great letters. We fell in love!” to the roar of laughter from the crowd.

Although the rhetoric between the leaders has changed from fire, and destruction to laudatory, the situation is moving slower than the projected denuclearization by 2025. The North Koreans are asking the US to declare an end to hostilities (Korean War 1951), and return to ‘normal relations’ that would allow international trade with the hermit kingdom.

It’s worth noting that the Chinese enjoy 99% of North Korea’s trade, with Russian filling in the gap, despite both regimes support of the crippling UN sanctions.


Secretary Pompeo will travel to North Korea this weekend, rounding out his trip, visiting Japan, South Korea and China. Pompeo is expected to receive a cool, and very formal reception from the Chinese after the president, and Nikki Haley called them out for election meddling in the upcoming midterms…

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However, it’s the circus revolving around the Kavanaugh confirmation that’s dominating the headlines.

The vote for cloture (closing debate) went as expected along party lines 51-49 with 2 crossovers. Joe Manchin (D) and Lisa Murkowski (R) voted against their parties. The final vote for seating Kavanagh can occur as early as 2:30pm (EST) Saturday afternoon (after a 30 hour open floor series of speeches).

The democrats, and republicans both disagree on the completeness of the 7th FBI investigation on Kavanaugh.

The republicans point to Joe Biden’s truthful statement the FBI won’t offer a conclusion, or finding of guilt. And support the FBI’s position that nothing could be gained from re-interviewing either Kavanaugh, or Dr. Ford, since both had testified before congress.

However, the FBI reported democratic operatives tried to tamper with at least one witness, Leland Keyser (Dr. Ford’s best friend), urging her to clarify her statements.

Our readers may remember Keyser’s signed affidavit states she didn’t know Kavanaugh, never attended a party with him, never attended a party like Ford described, and didn’t remember the incident Ford testified too.

The democrats claim the investigation isn’t complete for a number of reason; no re-interview of the principles (Ford & Kavanaugh), they want Kavanaugh investigated for witness tampering, since he called his friends to vouch for his character, and they want more investigation into the claims of the other witnesses coming forward.

It’s important to note, that many of the principles of the other accusations have moved away from their initial claims.

The democrat also want the public release of the documents, from the White House ordering the FBI, to reopen the Kavanaugh background investigation. 

Interestingly, the same democrats, led by Dianne Feinstein want to seal the actual investigation conducted by the FBI.

The Ford team is refusing to release the therapy records Dr. Ford touted as proof of her veracity.

The reasoning… the legal team claimed they would release the records (ironically, records they’ve already partially released to the press) to the FBI alone, and not to congressional investigators.

Obviously, the Ford legal team doesn’t understand the role of the FBI. The FBI wouldn’t investigate the information in Dr. Ford’s records. The FBI would only attach the records to the final assessment, and forward them thru the White House, to the very same congressional investigators the Ford team refuse to give them to.

The White House is touting the surety of the Kavanaugh appointment only minutes after the cloture vote…

Former FBI general counsel, James Baker told congressional investigators the FBI met with the Democratic National Committee’s law firm, Perkins & Coie. The meeting was one month prior to the government going to the FISA court.

Importantly, congressional investigators confirmed through additional sources, the Baker-Sussman meeting took place in September, the month before the Carter Page FISA warrant was obtained.

The Perkins & Coie firm also represented Hilary Clinton, and paid Fusion GPS for the fake dossier on Trump.

Baker testified the lawyer from Perkins & Coie (Michael Sussman, a former DOJ lawyer) gave the FBI (thru Baker), a thumb drive, and documents related to charges of collusion between Russia, and the Trump campaign.

The Hill reports a source close to the investigation told them; “This is a bombshell that unequivocally shows the real collusion was between the FBI and Donald Trump’s opposition — the DNC, Hillary and a Trump-hating British intel officer — to hijack the election, rather than some conspiracy between Putin and Trump,”


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Florence County, South Carolina…seven officers were shot, with one killed, (30 year veteran, Terrence Carraway), and one still in critical condition, 2 were released with minor injuries, and the other 3 sheriff deputies’ conditions have not been released.

The suspect (Fred Hopkins, 74) was taken into custody with minor injuries, with another unnamed person (20 yrs. old, and listed as a witness) found wounded inside the house. The police were there to run a search warrant when the suspect opened fire with a rifle…

Chicago, Illinois… 21 people have been shot by unknown suspects over the last week. All but one, are believed to be related to gang turf disputes, including several children caught in the crossfire. The one murder getting the most press involves a lone masked gunman that walked up, and shot a 73 year old Gay man walking his two dogs.

Originally, the murder was thought to be a failed robbery, but surveillance tape shows otherwise, since no attempt was made to take any property. The cops aren’t confirming a serial killer may be on the loose, but the fact the murder took place in ‘broad daylight’ has fueled conjecture among residents of the upscale neighborhood…  

Salt Lake City, Utah…after months of fierce debate the Mormon Church joined pro-medical marijuana legislators in supporting a bill that would make it legal…

Cambridge, Massachusetts… a new Harvard study reports that wind turbines will heat the atmosphere more than current fossil fuels, upsetting decades of climate change models…

Austin, Texas…congresswoman, Sheila Jackson Lee fired her intern (Jackson Cosko 27) accused of releasing personal information on at least 3 GOP senators, supporting the Kavanaugh appointment to SCOTUS. Our readers may remember Cosko was arrested on multiple charges of theft earlier in the week stemming for the doxing incident…


Nairobi, Kenya…first lady, Melania Trump landed in-country to rave reviews as expected. Mrs. Trump opened her first trip to the continent in Ghana, then Malawi, and will finish her African adventure in Egypt…

Palu, Indonesia… the death toll from the 7.5 earthquake, and subsequent aftershocks, which spawned a 20’ tall tidal wave, has risen to nearly 1600. On Frida, rescuers from 5 nations stopped efforts after ‘all hope’ diminished of finding anyone else buried alive in the rubble of an upscale hotel …

Beijing China… the president of Interpol, Meng Hongwei (64) has been reported missing by his wife, while traveling in their native China on a well-publicized vacation. Meng was also a former high ranking Chinese security official. China’s president Xi has put a high value on repatriating former members of the inner circle like Meng…

Islamabad, Pakistan…government officials have ordered the closing of 18 western aid organizations (mostly US based), claiming the groups aren’t conducive to aiding the indigents as chartered. The only local to speak on the record, Muhammad Amir Rana claims the government is silencing any critical voices. Rana also claims the government believes the groups acted as fronts for the US Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama Bin Laden…



West Monroe, Louisiana… Michael Auttonberry (59) was arrested after cops were summoned to his home on a stabbing call. It seems Auttonberry claimed he had been attacked by ghosts, axed in the head, and the ghostly gang was escaping via a window. Investigators did note that Auttonberry had no injuries, and no ghosts were present.

However, the cops did find a glassine package of meth, on the night stand near the window, the ghost allegedly escaped through. Despite his objections, and assurances Casper had planted the dope, Auttonberry was arrested for possession of a controlled substance…

Council Bluffs, Iowa… Cale Jymm, (34), stabbed his brother Daniel (35) after good ole Danny ate the last rib without offering it to Cale. It seems Daniel wasn’t the least bit fazed by the incident, and didn’t want to press charges, but the cops saw differently…

Beta Hunt mine, Southwestern Australia… local miners were in for a big surprise after thy touched off a few explosions. The blasts uncovered one huge 200lb nugget of gold (almost 2000 ounces), and left another 10k ounces, or $11millon of smaller pieces strewn across the mine floor. The 200lb nugget is the largest ever found, replacing the 145lb nugget found in the late 1860’s...

Tolland, Connecticut…local man, and ghost hunter, Christain Devaux (25) has been charged with shooting at a ghost, or more accurately for discharging firearm in the city limits. Yep…you guessed it…Christian fired at a spirit before, and cops aren’t buying his story this time either…


Heartburn Triggers
By Jill Best

Heartburn is typically a burning sensation in the center of your chest.

Severe heartburn can mimic other conditions such as cardiac angina (pain due to heart condition.).

Heartburn has also been described as upper abdominal pain, sore or raspy throat and chronic cough.

It’s even been mistaken for sinus problems.

Heartburn can occur at any age and is also due to a number of conditions including obesity and pregnancy.

The most common triggers of heartburn are foods.

Stay away from; fatty “rich” or spicy foods, big portions or eating late at night.

Food is not the only heartburn trigger.

Heartburn can also be triggered by the time or way you exercise.

Wait at least two hours before you exercise.

Avoid high-carbohydrate sugary sports drinks—water is the best solution. [No pun intended]

Heart burn can be caused by various medications.

Over the counter anti-inflammatories like aspirin or even blood pressure medications can cause problems.

If your heartburn is chronic contact your Doctor immediately.

Heartburn can be a symptom of more serious ailments like ulcers or even cancer.

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