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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: HILLARY ADMITS THAT SHE DIDN’T UNDERSTAND THE WORD ” CLASSIFIED”

first_imgHILLARY ADMITS THAT SHE DIDN’T UNDERSTAND THE WORD ” CLASSIFIED”by Jim BrattenDirector, Hoosier Patriots And Co-Founder, Vanderburgh County Tea Party PatriotsShe spent four years as Secretary of State. During this time she must of handled thousands of documents of CLASSIFIED materials. Now, she admits that she did not understand that a document that had the letter “c” on it was for the word CLASSIFIED.She has put information containing some of our most classified secrets on her hand held computer phone. We will never know what secrets, or at what level our nation’s secrecy has been comprised. She is running for the position of President of the United States.Yesterday, this revelation, is on page 11a of our local paper. If any of the 15 Republican candidates that were running for President had committed this breech of National security, this would have been front page and the Attorney General and FBI would be prosecuting the person.In the code of, “Conduct for Journalism,” a liberal journalist must ask himself daily, “is Hillary’s crime today, any worst than the crime I am committing by ignoring it?”In Liberty,Jim BrattenDirector, Hoosier PatriotsCo-Founder, Vanderburgh County Tea Party Patriots, Evansville, INFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Polls Open 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. for Primary Election on Tuesday

first_imgREPUBLICANU.S. Senate (Vote for One)Jeff BellBrian D. GoldbergRichard J. PezzulloMurray SabrinU.S. House of Representatives (Vote for One)Mike AssadFrank A. LoBiondoCape May County Sheriff (Vote for One)Gary G. SchafferCape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders (Vote for Two)Kristine GaborWill MoreyDEMOCRATICU.S. Senate (Vote for One)Cory BookerU.S. House of Representatives (Vote for One)William J. Hughes Jr.David H. ColeCape May County Sheriff (Vote for One)No Petition FiledCape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders (Vote for Two)No Petition FiledNo Petition Filed Ocean City voters will go to the polls Tuesday (June 3) for the primary election.Polls are open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. See the list of polling places in Ocean City.In contested races, Republicans will choose from four candidates running to oppose Democratic incumbent U.S. Sen. Cory Booker in the November general election. Republican U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo faces a challenge from 26-year-old Atlantic City resident Mike Assad. LoBiondo has held the seat since 1994.In the race for the seat in Congress, Democrats will choose from William J. Hughes Jr., a Northfield resident and Atlantic City lawyer whose father served in the same Congressional seat from 1974 to 1995, and David H. Cole,  an engineer from Mantua Township.Ocean City Democrats also will select members to serve on the party’s county committee (different candidates by ward and district).The ballot is as follows:last_img read more

Powder River Basin coal production fell 14% in fourth quarter compared to year earlier

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Casper Star Tribune:Powder River Basin coal production fell nearly 14 percent last quarter compared to the same period the year before — the lowest production totals for the region in over two decades, new data Monday from U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration revealed.The basin’s 16 mines produced 72.3 million tons of coal in the final months of 2019, confirming many of the coal industry’s worst fears. Demand for the state’s abundant natural resource is in dramatic decline. Utility companies once dependent on coal to produce a majority of the nation’s electricity have now turned to dirt cheap natural gas and abundant renewable energy options.“It certainly sets a new low-bar for this century,” University of Wyoming economist Rob Godby stated. On a statewide level, coal production did not fare well either. According to Godby’s analysis, statewide coal output tracked about one million-tons per week less in the final quarter of the year compared to 2018, due largely to production slumps in the Powder River Basin.Many industry insiders have had their eyes on the Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr mines, formerly owned by bankrupt coal operator Blackjewel, as a litmus test for the basin’s overall health. The former operator halted production at its Wyoming mines when it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on July 1, sending hundreds of miners home indefinitely. Though the two mines reopened late last year after a new coal firm purchased them, production levels have stayed well below previous levels.Output at the former Blackjewel mines during the final quarter of 2019 failed to match past production levels — by a long shot. Eagle Butte mine produced 52 percent less in 2019’s fourth quarter, compared to the quarter one year ago. Belle Ayr mined 63 percent less. That said, mining activity at Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr did pick up pace compared to last year’s third quarter, a time when Blackjewel’s bankruptcy proceedings were in full throttle and the mines had only a skeleton crew maintaining them.[Camille Erickson]More: PRB coal industry takes hit with steep drops in production, federal data shows Powder River Basin coal production fell 14% in fourth quarter compared to year earlierlast_img read more

Customs and Police Target Drug Couriers in Airports across Africa and Brazil

first_img An operation to disrupt the trafficking of drugs from South America to Europe via Africa has resulted in the seizure of more than 500 kilos of drugs and the recovery of cash totaling US$ 3.31 million in 25 airports across Western and Central Africa and Brazil. Operation Cocair 3, led by the World Customs Organization (WCO) supported by INTERPOL and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), also resulted in nearly 50 arrests in addition to the recovery of guns, counterfeit products including medicine and goods prohibited from export such as ivory and cultural artworks. Cocaine, heroin, cannabis, ecstasy, methamphetamine and amphetamines were among the drugs discovered in suitcases and a variety of hiding places including cans of tuna, and in one instance beneath a woman’s wig. In addition to normal risk profiling by customs officers, during the two-week operation in November and December 2011, advance passenger information checks against INTERPOL’s global databases enabled the early identification of individuals suspected of involvement in drug trafficking, leading to their arrest either as they attempted to leave Brazil or upon arrival at their destination airport. In addition to the WCO communications network among the participating countries, INTERPOL’s global network connecting each of its 190 National Central Bureaus also led to arrests in countries not taking part in Cocair 3. The Command and Coordination Centre at INTERPOL’s General Secretariat headquarters in Lyon, France liaised with countries to pass on information about high-risk passengers, such as a 48-year-old South African man arriving from Brazil via Lisbon who was taken into custody at Maputo airport in Mozambique with 53 capsules of cocaine in his stomach. Announcing the results in Dakar, Secretary General of the WCO, Kunio Mikuriya said, “It is essential that we unite and coordinate our efforts on a daily basis to fight illicit drug trafficking in all its forms and on all fronts: this is a scourge exacerbated by the effects of globalization. Operation Cocair 3 – the result of some excellent cooperation between WCO, INTERPOL, UNODC and the European Commission – is a fine example of the success we can achieve.” By Dialogo February 15, 2012last_img read more

France halts ratification of extradition treaty with Hong Kong

first_imgFrance on Monday said it was halting ratification of an extradition treaty with Hong Kong after Beijing introduced a controversial new security law in the former British colony.”In light of the latest developments, France will not proceed as it stands with the ratification of the extradition agreement signed on May 4, 2017 between France and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,” the French foreign ministry said in a statement.The ministry bitterly criticized the new security law, saying it called into question the principle of “‘one country, two systems’… and the fundamental freedoms that result from it.” Topics : “This law also directly affects our citizens and our businesses,” it added.The introduction of the security law has raised new tensions between China and the West, compounding existing strains over the treatment of the Uighur minority and the behavior of telecoms giant Huawei.Britain last month suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong “immediately and indefinitely” in response to the new law while Germany suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong over the decision to push back local elections by a year.last_img read more

UEFA Europa League: Chelsea through to final after penalty shootout win

first_imgEden Hazard scored the winning penalty as Chelsea edged past Eintracht Frankfurt 4-3 on penalties to set up an all-English Europa League final against Arsenal.Hazard, who could have played his final game for the Blues at Stamford Bridge, converted after Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga had saved from both Martin Hinteregger and Goncalo Paciencia.With the score 1-1 after the first leg, Chelsea took lead in the second when Ruben Loftus-Cheek coolly stroked into the far corner in the 28th minute, but the night was far from straight-forward.Frankfurt levelled the tie four minutes after half-time when Luka Jovic slotted past Arrizabalaga after being played in by Mijat Gacinovic.Jovic’s goal punished Chelsea for a sloppy start to the second half and the Blues continued to be wasteful as Stamford Bridge became increasingly restless.In extra-time the Germans twice had efforts cleared off the line with David Luiz first denying Sebastian Haller and then Davide Zappacosta clearing Haller again at a corner.Chelsea thought they had won it late in extra-time but Cesar Azpilicueta, who later missed first in the penalty shootout, had a goal ruled out when the referee deemed he had bundled the ball out of Frankfurt keeper Kevin Trapp’s hands. Chelsea will now meet Arsenal in the final in Baku on 29 May and the result means both the Champions League and Europa League final will be played between English clubs this season – the first time all four finalists in Europe’s top two competitions have come from one nation. Source: BBClast_img read more

B&H Juniors Today Against Montenegro

first_imgThe B&H youth football team will play two friendly matches in the next two days against Montenegro.The B&H team gathered in Vogošća. Coach Toni Karačić called on 22 players, of which everyone except Alen Čustović from Ajax appeared. Instead of the injured Vlado Oršolić, Kemal Osmanković was called in his place. Andrej Modrić, who did not receive permission from AC Milan, considering that it does not concern the regular FIFA schedule, Asmir Softić came in his place.The first meeting is scheduled for today at 16:30 in Travnik, and the second one will take place on 10 April in Turbet.(Source: Fena)last_img read more

Wellington Council approves resolution sends contract to Eckert

first_imgSumner Newscow report — The Wellington City Council, by a 5-1 vote, approved a resolution that has effectively made Roy Eckert the new Wellington City Manager.Now all that is left is for Eckert to sign the contract.Kelly Green, John Brand, John Tracy, Vince Wetta and Jan Korte voted for the motion. Jim Valentine voted against the motion.Sumner Newscow will provide a full report on the vote and the reaction thereafter tomorrow.last_img

Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg tests positive for COVID

first_imgPalm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg has tested positive for the coronavirus.Aronberg sent an email to his office urging everyone to “take this pandemic seriously, as it continues to spread like wildfire.” Aronberg then added that he himself, has tested positive for the virus.He then went on to say that he is one of the lucky ones because he has minor symptoms which allows him to continue his work from home while in quarantine.While Aronberg says he tried to remain healthy by washing his hands and following social distancing practices,  his job often requires him to be in public and he lives in a building with shared elevators.The State Attorney’s office  says they are now in the process of notifying anyone who may have been in contact with Aronberg and following other coronavirus related sanitizing measures.“My diagnosis has made me more motivated than ever to continue imploring people to wear a mask, as it is about protecting others,” Aronberg said.last_img read more

Winston-Salem State QB Beaten on Eve of Title Game

first_imgWinston-Salem State quarterback Rudy Johnson (Photo courtesy WSSU)WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Winston-Salem State’s chancellor says a Virginia State football player faces assault charges after a bathroom fight left WSSU’s starting quarterback badly beaten during a luncheon for both teams on the eve of their championship game.Donald Reaves says in a statement that a suspect has admitted his role in the beating of QB Rudy Johnson Friday and that the university police department is trying to identify the other Virginia State players involved.Both schools say the CIAA canceled the title game set for Saturday in Winston-Salem. The CIAA, which is comprised predominantly of historically black schools, hasn’t commented on the game’s status.Conference officials say athletes from both schools were involved the fight, but Reaves is blaming the Virginia State players, saying there is no excuse for their behavior.THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP’s earlier story is below.This weekend’s CIAA championship football game was canceled after a fight Friday involving players from the opposing schools in which the starting quarterback from Winston-Salem State was beaten, officials said.A statement posted on the Virginia State website said the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association canceled the title game scheduled for Saturday in Winston-Salem. The CIAA, which is comprised predominantly of historically black schools, hasn’t commented on the game’s status.Winston-Salem State spokeswoman Nancy Young said the school’s starting quarterback, Rudy Johnson, was assaulted in the bathroom at the Anderson Conference Center on the Winston-Salem campus during a luncheon for both teams. Young says campus police are investigating.The Winston-Salem Journal reported that five Virginia State players were involved.Conference officials say athletes from both schools were in the fight, but Winston-Salem State Chancellor Donald Reaves told the newspaper that Johnson was the victim.“We don’t know a lot of what happened but we do know our starting quarterback, Rudy Johnson, was beaten up,” Reaves told the newspaper. “And he didn’t beat himself up.”One of Johnson’s teammates told the newspaper: “Rudy was beaten up bad and he can’t play.”Both Winston-Salem State and Virginia State are 9-1. The Rams lost to Valdosta State in the NCAA Division II championship game last year, and both teams were in position to earn postseason berths this season.last_img read more