Thursday, August 28, 2014

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The ‘We Can’t Wait’ Clause - Obama seems to believe the Constitution must have room for his agenda.

Evidently, the answer is Barack Obama’s universe, for his are not hollow threats. Having initially assured his critics that he was not an “emperor” or a “dictator” or a “king,” and that in consequence he could not possibly achieve the (laudable) goals of the Dream Act without congressional assent, the president later took to trafficking in the nefarious proposition that he has been “forced” by circumstances to consider extralegal solutions and, thus, to rewrite immigration law on the fly. 

Elsewhere, he has repeatedly and illegally delayed Obamacare in order to aid his party; backtracked fully on his insistence that Congress, and not the president, decides when military action can be legitimately taken; arrogantly assumed that he can rejigger the tax code without legislative approval; and routinely taken such an expansive view of the executive’s role that he has managed to provoke a divided and fractious Supreme Court into sharp and united admonition. 

Now, by all accounts, we are on the verge of another two usurpations — one a radical change to the nation’s immigration rules, the other a “treaty” that is not a treaty. Why, pray, if these are both within the president’s bounds, were they not executed before now?


Joan Rivers Dead at 81 during throat surgery????? Reports: Joan Rivers Suffers Cardiac Arrest During Throat Surgery

Joan Rivers hospitalized after she stops breathing during operation: report

The comedian was undergoing an operation for her vocal cords when the incident occurred. She was rushed to Mount Sinai Medical Center.

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Paris Hilton's brother, Conrad Hilton crashes BMW, suffers 'major injuries'

Conrad Hilton, left, with his parents Kathy Hilton, center, and Rick Hilton in 2008
Authorities are investigating a crash Saturday in Cathedral City, Calif., that left hotel heiress Paris Hilton's younger brother seriously injured.
Conrad Hilton, the reality-TV starlet's youngest sibling, suffered major injuries and was taken to Desert Regional Medical Hospital after he crashed his BMW on the eastbound 10 Freeway west of Date Palm Drive, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The 19-year-old Beverly Hills resident was traveling at a high rate of speed when he tried to change lanes and struck the rear of a Volkswagen Beetle, CHP officials said.
The impact caused Hilton and the driver of the Volkswagen to lose control.
Conrad Hilton crashed into a semi-tractor trailer and veered off the roadway.
Firefighters used extrication tools to rescue Hilton, who was trapped inside the BMW.
No one else, include the driver of the VW, was injured, authorities said.
Drugs and alcohol were not a factor in the collision, CHP officials said in a statement.
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Dennis Ervin Carter, 25, Former Mankato, UMD football player faces attempted murder charge - Victim shot in face and neck

A talented former University of Minnesota Duluth and Minnesota State-Mankato football player who earned several honors during his collegiate career has been arrested and charged with attempted second-degree murder in Shakopee, Minn.

Scott County Sheriff Kevin Studnicka told the News Tribune on Wednesday that Dennis Ervin Carter, 25, was arrested near the scene of the shooting, which took place in the 1200 block of Chestnut Boulevard in Louisville Township at 10:40 p.m. Aug. 20.

Carter played initially at UMD, then later at Mankato.

Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the scene for a report of an adult male with a gunshot wound to the neck. After authorities arrived, they found a male victim with gunshot injuries to his neck and mouth. He was taken by the North Memorial Air Care to Hennepin County Medical Center in critical condition. The victim, identified as Diaa Ahmen Abdelhakim, 28, told authorities that Carter owed him $35,000 and shot him during an argument.

Carter was found a short time later and arrested for attempted second-degree murder. According to a report from the Northland’s NewsCenter, Carter later told police that Abdelhakim had threatened him and that the gun accidently went off during the altercation.

Carter was being held in jail on $750,000 bail. He is also charged with first-degree assault and fleeing an officer.

The Shakopee Police Department, the Shakopee Fire Department, Allina Health Service and North Memorial Air Care assisted on scene.

Carter finished his senior season at Mankato last fall. He was a wide receiver and also returned kicks and punts. He led the Mavericks with 49 receptions for 964 receiving yards and nine touchdowns, averaging 80.3 receiving yards per game and 19.7 yards per catch as Mankato won the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. He earned NSIC South Division First Team honors and was named to the Don Hansen All-Super Region Three team.

Carter started his football career at UMD in 2007, catching 40 passes for 432 yards and a team-high nine touchdowns. He later enrolled at Mankato, playing for the Mavericks in 2010 and 2011, in addition to last fall.

(Down Lo Homo Boy named - Lil Crack) - Chicago West Side Protest over the fatal police shooting of career criminal and piece of shit Roshad McIntosh, 18 - Wife Beater Tio Hardiman, the former head of the anti-violence group CeaseFire Illinois, was one of the speakers.

About 500 people marched on the West Side this evening to protest a police-involved shooting that claimed the life of an 18-year-old man on Sunday.

Roshad McIntosh, 18, also known as Lil Crack was pronounced dead at Mount Sinai Hospital after being shot by police at about 6:30 p.m. on the 2800 block of West Polk Street in the Lawndale neighborhood, officials said.

Tonight, a crowd of people marched to the Harrison District headquarters, 3151 W. Harrison St. and then ended their journey through the neighborhood in a vacant lot right next to the two-story apartment building where McIntosh was shot.  Police said he was armed.

Organizers rallied the crowd from one of the back porches with chants through loudspeakers like "WHO ARE WE! WE'RE CHICAGO!" Tio Hardiman, the former head of the anti-violence group CeaseFire Illinois, was one of the speakers.

"This is not about no personalities or no individuals," Hardiman exclaimed through loudspeaker. "This is about unity...It's time for a change in our community."


Breaking News into the True News USA Network: Supt. Garry McCarthy's beloved Chicago Police Commander Glenn Evans charged with aggravated battery, official misconduct - all felony charges

A Chicago police commander frequently praised by Supt. Garry McCarthy for his no-nonsense approach to fighting crime in some of the city's toughest neighborhoods has been charged in connection with an incident in which he allegedly placed the barrel of his gun into a suspect’s mouth.....


Brazilian Town Run by Women Is Looking for a Few Good (Single) Men

I'm sure many men have dreamed of an island completely populated by exotic women. Of course, fantasy is fantasy, but what if it were reality? In a certain regard, it is — in Noiva do Cordeiro, Brazil.

It's a scenic rural town in the hills outside of Belo Horizante with one big quirk, or perk, depending on whom you talk to. This Brazilian town is inhabited and governed almost entirely by women, its population consisting of more than 600 mostly single women aged 20 to 25. Sons are sent away at 18, and spouses are banned from the town except on weekends. 

Now the women have made an appeal to bring more single men to the town. But there's one caveat: Men have to follow their rules. OK, that shouldn't be too hard to do. But the truth is that any incoming men have to follow all the guidelines that the women created, from town planning to farming, religion, and more. 

The motivation for the way the town is set up is a direct result of its history: The town was founded in 1891 by Maria Senhorinha de Lima, who had been excommunicated as an adultress after leaving a man she had been forced to marry. Over time, she was joined by other single women and female-headed families, and the insular society came into being. In the 1940s, an evangelical pastor, Anisio Pereira, took one of the town's 16-year-old girls as his wife and founded a church there, imposing strict puritanical rules. When he died in 1995, the town's women determined that they would never again be subject to male domination, and they dismantled Pereira's church.

Resident Nelma Fernandes, 23, said, "The only men we single girls meet are either married or related to us…. We all dream of falling in love and getting married. But we like living here and don't want to have to leave the town to find a husband." If Web traffic is any indication of interested possible suitors, it appears that the town's plea worked: Its website went down because of all the visitors to the site. So, fellas looking for an opportunity like this, pack your bags — Brazilian girls are calling.

Feds: 100 weapons seized; 14 area Negroes charged in Chicago

A gun-running investigation has seized more than 100 weapons and led to charges against 14 Chicago area defendants, the feds say.
Working with three informants, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives-led investigation culminated in a Tuesday raid of a home in Gary at which 17 guns were seized.
According to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s office Wednesday, the bust was part of a wider four-month “Chicago initiative” that has led to the seizure of 270 weapons and 90 arrests.
The Congressional Research Service, citing ATF statistics, estimated in 2012 that there are 310 million guns in the U.S., meaning the weapons seized in the initiative account for less than one-millionth of the nation’s privately-owned firearms.
But Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy, whose officers assisted in the busts, said: “You have heard me say it repeatedly and I will say it again, we have too many illegal guns flooding our streets.
“But every little bit helps, and certainly this mission and confiscating as many weapons as we did will keep our communities safer.”
Several of those charged have felony backgrounds, meaning they face up to 10 years for each count of illegal firearm possession, if convicted.

Bad news for Chicago's violent black Hobo gang as member flips for feds

They made their name robbing NBA stars and slaying federal informants, authorities say.

But the Hobos, an ultra violent Chicago “supergang,” suffered a heavy blow Wednesday when a middle-ranking member confessed to his role in five murders — and vowed to help the government convict his former bosses.

Byron “B-Rupt” Brown agreed to the plea deal in a bid to avoid the death penalty.

“Yes, sir,” Brown, 29, calmly replied when U.S. District Judge John Tharp asked him, “Did you agree to murder people?”

Wearing a drab green Livingston County jail jumpsuit, he repeated the phrase several times as Tharp then asked him in turn about the 2007 and 2008 murders of Larry Tucker, Kenneth Mosby, Daniel Dupree, Tommye Freeman and Eddie Moss.

And he repeated it again when asked if he understood that if he fails to follow through on his offer to cooperate, prosecutors could tear up their agreement to ask for a sentence of 35 to 40 years.

“Yes, sir,” he said when told the death penalty would then be back on the table.


Kia Walker is trying to raise money for her murderous son Tommy Schaefer being held in a Bali prison - She is playing up the fact that Tommy faces a firing squad for killing his girlfriend's mudshark white mother and stuffing her into a suitcase..... and fools are donating money!

The mother of an Oak Park man detained overseas after the gruesome death of a Chicago woman found stuffed in a suitcase in Bali is raising money online for his legal defense.

Kia Walker wrote on the website that her son, 21-year-old Tommy Schaefer, “is potentially facing execution by firing squad in Indonesia.”

Schaefer and his girlfriend, 18-year-old Heather Mack, are being held by Indonesian authorities in connection with the death of Mack’s mother, Sheila von Wiese-Mack.

They were arrested earlier this month after von Wiese-Mack’s body was found stuffed in a suitcase in the trunk of a taxi in front of the upscale St. Regis Bali Resort.

Walker has declined requests by the Chicago Sun-Times to comment on her son’s case, and did so again on Wednesday, except to confirm the site is legitimate.


Chicago Police officer Sean Patrick Dailey gets a very nice criminal judge.... Ex-cop gets ONLY curfew, additional random drug tests for allegedly violating probation and NO JAIL TIME

Chicago Police officer Sean Patrick Dailey must have a four leaf clover up his ass 

A former Chicago Police officer convicted of reporting a false brawl after being stopped for a suspected DUI in Niles was placed on curfew and ordered to undergo additional random drug and alcohol testing Wednesday for allegedly violating probation by drinking at a West Town bar and attacking a man in the River North neighborhood.

“There are no more second chances,” Cook County Judge William Lacy warned 36-year-old Sean Dailey after holding him in lieu of $10,000 bail for the alleged violations.

“They’ll be no bond if you test positive.”

Dailey must adhere to a 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew and has to submit to random drug and alcohol random testing four times a month, Lacy ruled.


Prince Monolulu and his Chicago wife Madeline Dudley on Grucho's YOU BET YOUR LIFE television show - Enjoy......

Ex-Iowa State football running back Hiawatha Rutland, 33, ONCE AGAIN PROVES BLACKS CAN'T SWIM - drowns in Lake Erie just 90 feet from land after jumping overboard boat to swim to shore with his girlfriend - Even in football he was never good going deep!!!

A former Iowa state football player drowned after jumping off a boat to swim ashore with his girlfriend.

Hiawatha Rutland, 33, was found dead in Lake Erie near Whiskey Island, Cleveland, on Monday afternoon.

He tried to swim to shore from a private boat at around 7.30pm on Sunday, but began to flounder 90 feet from land and called out for help, according to authorities.
A female friend tried to jump in and save Rutland, but nearly drowned before being pulled to safety.

The Coast Guard used helicopters and boats to search for Mr Rutland, who worked as a school teacher in New York, before recovering his body.

The running back played at Iowa State from 2000 to 2003 and scored nine touchdowns before a knee injury cut his career short.

He is the eighth known Cyclone to have his life cut short during the coach Dan McCarney era.

He said: 'Prayers go out to the family and friends of Hiawatha Rutland. People die only when we forget them, if you can remember, he will always be with us.'

Cyclones coach Paul Rhoads said: 'Great Cyclone. Great human being with a monster size heart.
'I was fortunate to be here when he was recruited, fortunate to be here when he played, fortunate to be here when he's come back to this state and this university every year.

'A funny human being. Kind of guy that would do everything for his teammates. A great friend. Sad day.'
In 2003, former running back Ennis Haywood died after ingesting ethanol and two drugs and three years later former quarterback Cris Love lost his bout with cancer.

(Killed by Friendly Fire) 'Cops' TV Show crew member dies after being shot by police officer who was aiming at robber during filming of reality show - Bad boys! bad boys!..... what you goin to when they accidentally shoot at you!!!!!

A crew member of long-running reality TV show 'Cops' has died after getting shot during filming last night.
The as-yet unidentified crew member was holding a microphone during the filming of a gun-fight with an armed robber in Omaha, Nebraska.

The robber also died in the incident, in which officers fired an estimated 30 shots.
It was later revealed that the suspect, a parolee from Kansas, was actually carrying an Airsoft rifle which only looks like a firearm.

Police are expected to speak more about the deadly incident in a press conference at 2:30pm.