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n 2008, presidential candidate John McCain bravely proposed a health-care reform that Fortune magazine said was a giant step toward â€œlaissez faire libertyâ€? in health care. He wanted to empower consumers to find the best health care and even end the tax break for employer-sponsored plans. In 2015, McCain joined all but one other GOP senator in voting to repeal Obamacare. The next year he ran an ad in his primary campaign against a Tea Party Republican claiming he was â€œleading the fight to stop Obamacare.â€? That ad helped him win 51 percent of the primary vote.
Just this year, McCain introduced a bill to â€œfullyâ€? repeal Obamacare and replace it with a â€œfree-market approach that strengthens the quality and accessibility of care.â€? Then, with a Republican in the White House ready to sign repeal, McCain faced a choice on the Senate floor. He could vote with all but two of his GOP colleagues for â€œa skinny repealâ€? bill and get to a conference committee, where negotiators from the House and Senate could devise a bill that might pass both chambers. Or he could effectively leave Obamacare in place, dooming any realistic effort at curbing it given the uniform Democratic opposition to any real reform. McCain sided with the status quo, killing the â€œskinny repeal.â€? Journalists rushed to gush over his vote, cast only a few days after a surgery to remove a dangerous brain tumor. The New Yorkerâ€™s take was typical: â€œThroughout his political life, John McCain has for many reasons enjoyed
bipartisan respect and even reverence: his independence of mind (usually), his candor (usually), his decency, his love of country.â€? McCainâ€™s stated reason for killing reform was that the bill in front of him â€œfell short of our promise to repeal and replace Obamacare with meaningful reform.â€? True enough, but this is a perfect example of letting the perfect be the enemy of the better. This failure is especially enraging. Itâ€™s not that 49 senators were willing to advance the process by passing a flawed bill, just one vote shy of the (temporary) finish line. Itâ€™s not even that Susan Collins â€” who was never serious about Obamacare repeal, and voted accordingly â€” stubbornly refused play ball at every turn. No, itâ€™s the decisions by Alaskaâ€™s Lisa Murkowski and McCain to willfully and deliberately derail the repeal train before a final legislative product SICK, continued on Page 14
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Us4Warriors puts on Laughs4Warriors comedy showcase By Bob Morey
Christopher Nolan tells the story of the Miracle of Dunkirk masterfully in his made-for-IMAX film â€œDunkirk.â€?
â€˜DUNKIRKâ€™ A CINEMATIC, EMOTIONAL FEAT By Jeri Jacquin MilitaryPress
In theaters from writer/director Christopher Nolan and Warner Brothers is a story that tells of the dangers, the ravages and the bravery of those at â€œDunkirk.â€? Letâ€™s begin with a tad bit of history. It is World War II in 1940, and the Germans have pushed their soldiers into Northern France and Belgium. Allied forces are trapped on the beach as bombardment comes from both land and sea. There are almost 400,000 troops on the shores â€” with no where to go. The larger military vessels were under constant attack and sunk with devastating losses of life. Across the channel were smaller boats consisting of fishing boats, mer-
chant marines, personal boats, speed boats, ferryâ€™s and even life boats that took to the call to rescue soldiers. More than 800 of these boats made it to the beaches of Dunkirk, and the mass evacuation would come to be known as the Miracle of Dunkirk. Christopher Nolan has brought this incredible story to the screen and it is grand, beautiful and heart stopping. The audience is taken into the story from land, air and sea as filming began in Dunkirk, France. In his style, â€œDunkirkâ€? is filmed in IMAX 70 mm film with the score of the incredible Hans Simmer. On the beach, Commander Bolton (Kenneth Branagh) is the ranking officer attempting to get the men off the beaches of Dunkirk along with Col. Winnart (James Dâ€™Arcy). As each ship leaves, it
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is met with either U-boat fire or planes dropping artillery either killing the men or putting them back in the water. Soldiers Tommy (Fionn Whitehead) and Alex (Harry Styles) attempt time and time again to find a way off the beach. Finally making it onto a ship, they do not get far before they are back in the water and headed to shore where bombs are going off. In the air are Collins (Jack Lowden) and Farrier (Tom Hardy), two Royal Air Force pilots who are hell bent on keeping the enemy off their fellow soldiers. Their fuel consumption is of concern, but they will not stop until they take out the danger. Across the channel, Mr. Dawson (Mark Rylance), son Peter (Tom Glynn-Carney) â€˜DUNKIRK,â€™ continued on Page 11
f you are reading this, then itâ€™s a good guess that you love our Veterans and you like to laugh as well. If so, then The Us4Warriors Foundation has planned the perfect evening for you with their Laughs4Warriors Comedy Showcase. â€œItâ€™s often difficult to deal with Veteran issues without feeling some degree of anguish,â€? says Us4Warriors CEO Tony Stewart. â€œBut with our Laughs4Warriors, we have created an event where that anguish can be set aside for an evening of just pure fun.â€? Laughs4Warriors will take place Aug. 26 at Skylerâ€™s Home & Patio located at 9160 Kearney Villa Court in San Diego, with the doors opening at 5 p.m.. Master of Ceremonies B.J. Lange and San Diego favorite Russ T. Nailz will kick off the night starting at 6 p.m. To make sure no laugh is left behind, Lange will be joined on stage by The Veterans of Comedy; comedians Will C, Ibo Brewer and special guest Dan Drake, followed by headliner Blake Clark. Clark is a Vietnam Veteran who has appeared in his own HBO special and more than 50 films and 100 TV shows since beginning his career in comedy. â€œWe believe in Us4Warriors,â€? says comedian Will C. â€œTheir commitment and the incredible drive they have to help our active duty military, veterans and their families. We did Laughs4Warriors last year and loved it so much that we jumped at the opportunity to come back and doubled the entertainment.â€? Will C continues, â€œI am excited to be bringing in my group â€˜The Veterans of Comedyâ€™ as well as Actor/Comedian Blake Clark for an unforgettable night of laughs. Blake is a proud Vietnam Veteran and he is hilarious as well as a great American.â€? Tickets for Laughs4Warriors start at just $65 for general admission. VIP tickets and tables of eight are also available. For those of you that are business owners, there is a wide range of corporate sponsorships open to meet your needs. If you would like to sponsor a warrior, a special package has been created for the evening. Tickets include dinner and the show. LAUGH, continued on Page 15
The Tugboat Alma helped rescue the crew of the Montebello in 1941 out of Morro Bay.
Morro Bay and the sinking of the Montebello in WWII
n a recent travel writing assignment along Californiaâ€™s Coastal Highway 1 Discovery Route, I was amazed to uncover a piece of little known history relating to Californiaâ€™s role in World War II and, perhaps, a partial answer to a stain on FDRâ€™s presidential legacy.
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The tugboat Alma was one of the rescue vessels which picked up crew members in two of the lifeboats. The Alma is now part of the Morro Bay Maritime Association and displayed in town on the Embarcadero. Post Pearl Harbor and the sub attacks, Morro Bay and Rock was used by military recruits for ship boarding practice, beach landings and assault training. Can it be a coincidence that, after by Howard Hian this enemy activity in U.S. waters off the coast of California, FDR issued an executive order on Feb. 19,1942, leading to the unfortunate internment of Japanese-Americans?
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In 1940, the Navy had already established a presence in Morro Bay with its amphibious training base. On Dec. 7, 1941, â€œA Day That Will Live In Infamy,â€? Pearl Harbor was attacked. On Dec. 8, the U.S. declared war on Japan and, interestingly, the same day Japan declared war on America and the British Empire. Morro Bay to do list What is less well known, by mid-DeMorro Bay lies in the middle of Calicember, nine Japanese submarines were forniaâ€™s Highway 1 Discovery Routeâ€™s active, plying the Pacific Ocean and sea â€œ101 miles of adventure.â€? Stroll the Emlanes off the coast of California near Los barcadero and take in the museums, art Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Men- galleries, curio shops, boutiques, chardocino, Monterrey and San Luis Obispo ter/fishing boats, etc. Stop by the MCV in search of tankers. Eleven U.S. vessels tasting room, www.MCVwines.com, to carrying oil and lumber were attacked, but sample their excellent wines. Follow the only one was sunk. Embarcadero path out to Morro Rock, one In the early morning of Dec. 23, 1941, of Californiaâ€™s most photographed spots, a Union Oilâ€™s 8,000-ton Montebello left designated State Historical Landmark. An Port San Luis heading for Vancouver, Can- easy walk is the .6 mile Marina Peninsula ada. It was intercepted by a Japanese sub- Trail, which loops by the Morro Bay Estumarine in the early morning about four ary. Keep your camera handy. miles offshore and, although defensive steps were taken, it was struck by a torpe- Where to eat do and sunk in 20 minutes. Four lifeboats The area is an agricultural cornucopia heading for shore were shelled and shot at, â€” farm to table dining, the freshest seabut luckily there were no casualties among MORRO BAY, continued on Page 12 the 36 sailors. 'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN
THREE CONCERNS ABOUT THE BOLTS OFFENSE CHARGERS REPORT
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s the organization prepares to open training camp as the Los Angeles Chargers for the first time since its inaugural season of 1960, there are many questions surrounding the team on both sides of the ball. The focus in this issue will be on the offense, where General Manager Tom Telesco made the biggest impact to the roster during the offseason via the draft and free agency. While Telesco and the front office have received high grades for their personnel decisions, there are mainly three position concerns surrounding the offense â€” wide receiver, offensive line and running back.
Although reports have Keenan Allen fully recovered from the season-ending knee injury he suffered in the opening game last season, drafting Clemson receiver Mike Williams with the seventh pick in the first round must be looked at as insurance if Allen isnâ€™t 100 percent. There is no question Allen has the talent, skills
In case Keenan Allenâ€™s knee injury from last season isnâ€™t quite healed, the Chargers have backup after the NFL Draft.
and mindset to be considered one of the best receivers in the NFL. However, there is an old adage that states, â€œThe best ability is availability,â€? and the fact that Allen has played in only nine games in the past two years has to be a concern.
As for Williams, reports the back injury he suffered during the first day of OTAs (Organized Team Activities) could be season-ending only exacerbates the injury bug that has plagued this team the past four years. A first-team, ALL-ACC pick in 2016 and a key member of last yearâ€™s National Champion team, Williams is denying reports the back injury will force him to miss his rookie season. The good news for the team and quarterback Philip Rivers is there are other weapons in Riversâ€™ arsenal for him to throw to. In addition to Travis Benjamin, Tyrell Williams and Dontrelle Inman, Rivers still has future Hall-of-Famer Antonio Gates and Hunter Henry (2016 NFL All-Rookie Team) solidifying the tight end position.
prise because of his injury issues throughout his career. Many scouts believe Forrest Lamp and Dan Feeney, drafted in the second and third round, respectfully, could challenge for the starting guard positions as rookies. It might not be sexy, but the position battles along the O-Line during training camp will be one to keep an eye on. In addition to Lamp and Freeney, rookie T Sam Tevi and second-year players Max Tuerk and Donavon Clark (neither of whom played as a rookie) will push returning veterans Matt Slauson (C-G), Spencer Pulley (C), Kenny Wiggins (G-T), Chris Hairston (T) and Joe Barksdale (RT) for playing time. For the first time in a number of years it appears the line has a nice mixture of youth and veterans to not only battle for a startOffensive line With Rivers being the key to success, itâ€™s ing position along the line, but also help a no-brainer as to why Telesco had to up- keep Rivers from taking the same poundgrade the line. Signing LT Russell Okung OFFENSE, continued on Page 15 to a big-money contract was a bit of a sur-
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WOODLEY PLAYS IT SAFE IN WIN OVER MAIA By Andrew Richardson MMA Mania
first half of the fifth round were some defended takedowns from â€œT-Wood.â€? Maia attempted the high kick that Dominick Cruz and myself were begging for, but he was out of range. For whatever itâ€™s worth, Maia landed a few straight lefts, while his opponent went to the body with decent accuracy. The crowd chanted boring, and they were not wrong. This was a miserable fight to watch, but it was a smart showing from Woodley. His takedown defense was ironclad, as Maia never even came remotely close to finishing a shot after his first attempt. On the feet, Woodley was quite miserly regarding his own offense, but thereâ€™s no doubt that Woodley did more damage on the feet.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight ground fighters Tyron Woodley and Demian Maia collided July 29 at UFC 214 inside Honda Center in Anaheim. Just a few days before his year anniversary of winning the strap, Woodley was attempting to defend it for the third time. If â€œT-Woodâ€? could come out on top once again, it would finally set him up for the high-profile Georges St-Pierre fight he had been working toward. On the other hand, Maia worked his way to this title shot the hard way. It took seven wins and a great deal of consistent, smart performances to earn this shot, and the Brazilian looked to Tyron Woodley defeated Demian Maia at UFC 214 in a fight some in the audience thought was boring. WOODLEY, continued on Page 12 make the most of it. It took about 10 seconds for Maia to jam Woodley into the fence and shoot. He got in deep and nearly finished, but Woodley was able to scramble away and BY SCOTT HARVEY, Senior Vice President, Specialized Markets Manager at open up a cut on his opponentâ€™s face. HomeStreet Bank email@example.com 206-254-7280 Woodley defended another couple takedown attempts in similar fashion, and the pace slowed a bit. On the feet, neither man was all that active. Woodley attacked with the occaHere, if a veteran took a loan with HomeStreet The Small Business Administration (SBA) is waiving sional big right hand, but they were largeBank of $5 million, the normal SBA guaranty fees 50 percent of their guaranty fee for some loans ly blocked. Meanwhile, Maia didnâ€™t throw would be $138,000. Now HomeStreet Bank will to veterans. While many lenders can offer these much at all, but he did land a few decent left hands. waive $69,000 of those fees to save the veteran discounted loans, HomeStreet Bank is also waiving Woodley likely earned the round 50% or $69,000! 50 percent of the guaranty fee to thank veterans based on his early uppercut, but it was for their service and provide them access to pretty uneventful in terms of offense for For veterans who want to start, purchase, both fighters. capital. And, HomeStreet has expanded their offer Woodley opened with some quick hands or expand their business, these savings are to cover all SBA loans up to $5 million. and a nice low kick. Maia returned with a significant. Funds can be used to start, buy nice left, but Woodley cracked him hard or expand a business with equipment, buy There are two ways for veterans and their spouses when Maia tried it again, sending the Brazilian to the mat. Woodley didnâ€™t follow or construct a building, make leasehold to borrow under the SBA Veterans Advantage up, but he kept landing decent punches improvements, purchase inventory, and other Program: when Maia returned to his feet. Before purposes. long, though, his pace slowed, though he Loans up to $500,000 still defended takedowns and landed the occasional punch. To qualify for these discounts, businesses must be = 50 percent of fees waived by SBA (expires It was a far stronger round for the at least 51 percent owned and controlled by an 9/30/2017) champion. individual or individuals that are: The third round was perhaps the closest = HomeStreet Bank waives the other 50 percent of the round. Maia was still unable to land = Veterans (other than dishonorably discharged) of fees (expires 9/30/2017) any takedowns, but he did score with a few = Service-disabled veterans = Terms up to 10 years for equipment and up to nice left hands. Woodley was also able to land some fast shots, but he didnâ€™t commit = Active-duty military service member 25 years for real estate to many power punches. Woodley did land participating in the militaryâ€™s Transition a hard low kick, but his volume was too For example, if a veteran took a $500,000 loan with Assistance Program (TAP) low to really dominate the round. HomeStreet Bank, the SBA guaranty fees would Woodleyâ€™s habit of staying on the fence = Reservists and National Guard members didnâ€™t help either. normally be $11,250. Now SBA waives half that, = Current spouse of any veteran, active-duty The fourth was similar to the third, or $5,625, and HomeStreet waives the other half, but Maia was even more aggressive. service member $5,265. Net guaranty fee for the veteran? Zero! Outside of a few slip-right hand returns, = Widowed spouse of a service member who Woodley just didnâ€™t throw anything. He did, however, make Maia miss quite a bit died while in service or of a service-connected Loans $500,001 to $5 million and stuff all his takedowns, but it was disability = HomeStreet Bank now waives 50 percent of the ultimately a close round because of his opponentâ€™s inactivity. SBA guaranty fee for veteran (expires 9/30/17) Still, there was little chance of any = Terms up to 10 years for equipment and up to Demian Maia scorecards heading into the final frame. homestreet.com 25 years for real estate The only thing that happened in the 'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN "VH 5
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Transgender policy remains in limbo Pentagon, White House working on details after announcement The White House has reached out to the Pentagon to begin drafting official guidance to ban transgender people from serving in the military, a Department of Defense (DOD) spokesman confirmed. Guests and the crew of the Navyâ€™s newest Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, USS Rafael Peralta observe the playing of the national anthem during its commissioning â€œWe have conversations back and ceremony. | U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Phil Ladouceur forth all the time with the White House in a variety of channels and those conversations are starting to happen on the issue,â€? Navy Capt. Jeff Davis told reporters at the Pentagon. ter and virtue,â€? he said. President Trump last week declared By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class â€œWe need more people on Twitter that the military would Phil Ladouceur like him in our world.â€? have a new policy forbidding transNeller said that a gender people from serving in the San Diego (NNS) â€” The Navyâ€™s newmilitary. est Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile ship required three The military would â€œnot accept or destroyer, USS Rafael Peralta (DDG 115) things: A hull, a allowâ€? transgender people to serve â€œin was commissioned in a ceremony at Naval name, and a crew. â€” Cmdr. Brian Ribota â€œAnd when you put any capacity,â€? according to the Trump Air Station North Isthose three things totweet. land, July 29. Rosa Maria Peralta, mother of Sgt. Pergether, you create more than just a ship â€” The president said in the tweet that The ship is named itâ€™s a lifeform,â€? he said. â€œThis is more than alta, is the shipâ€™s sponsor. Her sponsorship he had made the decision after conin honor of Navy just another commissioning. It marks the duties saw her christen the ship in Bath, sultation with â€œmy Generals and miliCross recipient Macommemoration of a life and the immor- Maine and during the commissioning tary experts.â€? rine Corp Sgt. Rafael tality of a hero. Sgt. Peraltaâ€™s legacy will ceremony, she gave the order to the shipâ€™s Davis could not provide the names Peralta. During the forever be part of this ship. All he ever crew to bring the ship to life, first in Spanof who Trump was referring to, telling second battle of Falwanted to be was an American, to serve ish and then in English: reporters, â€œYouâ€™d have to talk to the lujah, he smothered â€œOfficers and crew of USS Rafael Perhis country.â€? White House about that.â€? a grenade with his Vice Adm. Nora Tyson, commander, alta, man our ship and bring her to life!â€? The unexpected announcement rebody, absorbing the Sgt. Rafael Peralta The crew enthusiastically replied from Third Fleet, stepped up to the podium with portedly caught Defense Secretary majority of the blast. James Mattis, along with the rest of He was killed instantly, but saved the lives the shipâ€™s commanding officer, Cmdr. Brian its formation on the pier. â€œAye, aye maâ€™am!â€? they yelled, and Ribota and placed the ship in commission. the Pentagon, off guard. of his fellow Marines. â€œOn behalf of the secretary of the Navy sprinted aboard the ship as the Navy And a day after Trumpâ€™s tweets, The Commandant of the Marine Corps, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Gen. Robert B. Neller, gave the principal and for the president of the United States, Band Southwest played Anchors Aweigh, Joseph Dunford asserted the current address. In his remarks, he thanked the I hereby place United States Ship Rafael followed by a flyover by two U.S. Marine transgender policy will remain unfamily of Rafael Peralta, in particular his Peralta in commission,â€? she said. â€œMay Corps MV-22 Ospreys. Cmdr. Ribota thanked the guests for atGod bless and guide this warship and all changed until the White House sends mother, Rosa Maria Peralta. tending the ceremony. He then reminded an official directive to the Pentagon. â€œThank you for raising a man of charac- who shall sail in her.â€? everyone of another constant presence. â€œThere will be no modifications to â€œOne last person who is here for us tothe current policy until the presidentâ€™s day, just three miles away, on Fort Rosendirection has been received by the crantz, where he is buried,â€? he said. â€œSgt. secretary of defense and the secretary Rafael Peralta has the over watch and alhas issued implementation guidance,â€? ways will. We will always render honors said in a memo to military commandas we come in and out of port here in San ers. Diego.â€? Davis said that DOD officials are â€œIn less than three months after moving waiting for that directive â€œto be foraboard, they flawlessly sailed this 9,200merly articulated to us in a policy ton greyhound over 6,000 miles to get memo.â€? here to San Diego,â€? he said. â€œWe have all â€œWe will await formal direction and come a long way in a very short time.â€? â€Ś once we get that we would provide Peralta was born on April 7, 1979, in implementing guidance and impleMexico City, Mexico. Immigrating to the ment accordingly. But thatâ€™s not hapUnited States with his family as a teenager, pened yet,â€? Davis said. he graduated from Morse High School in When pressed on whether top PenSan Diego in 1997. He joined the Marine tagon officials believe an official diCorps in 2000, immediately after qualifyrective will be coming, Davis said that ing for a green card. 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Shea Homes offers VA financing at 5 new communities in Chula Vista
f youâ€™re in the market for a new home, Shea Homes offers VA financing at five new neighborhoods in Chula Vista, with pricing starting from the high-$300,000s. Located at 1842 Observation Way off Eastlake Parkway in the new master-planned community of Millenia, Shea Homes is now selling Element and Z, both showcasing striking vertical architecture. Z is a neighborhood of 106 attached residential condominiums with three plan floors ranging from 1,288-square-feet to 1,475-square-feet. Two to three bedroom homes include 2.5 baths and a two-car, side-by-side garage. Pricing starts in the high $300,000s. At Element, Shea Homes is building 70 detached residences configured in a motor court design, ranging from 1,775-squarefeet to 2,248-square-feet and priced from the high $500,000s. â€œA number of our new homeowners are military families taking advantage of zero-down-payment VA financing,â€? said Vanessa Linn, vice president of sales and marketing for Shea Homes, who noted that VA loans are guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs. â€œVA financing presents a tremendous opportunity for entry-level or first time move-up buyers trying to break in to the San Diego housing marAlso offering VA financing are three new comket,â€? added Linn. â€œOur Shea representatives are can help home shoppers understand their opmunities just opened at The Village of Escaya, lowell versed in the intricacies of these loans and tions.â€?
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cated off Main Street and Heritage Road in Chula Vista This collection of new homes includes traditional single-family homes up to 2,949-squarefeet at Seville, alley-loaded single-family homes at Sierra, and triplex condominium homes at Strata. For more information on these three new communities, please call 866-696-7432. Sierra at The Village of Escaya will present three to five bedrooms and two to three baths, ranging from 1,833-square-feet to 2,179-square-feet. Pricing at Sierra starts in the high $400,000s. With four to five bedrooms and three baths, ranging up to 2,949-square-feet, Seville at The Village of Escaya is priced from the low $600,000s. Strata at The Village of Escaya offers three to four bedrooms and two to three baths in plans that range from 1,407-square-feet to 1,736-squarefeet. Although these homes have not yet been released for sale, information is available at the Sierra Welcome Center. Homes at Strata are anticipated to start in the high $300,000s. To reach The Village of Escaya from I-805, take the Main Street exit and drive east; watch for a new extension of Heritage Road and follow the signs. For more information on these and other new communities scheduled to debut in San Diego this year, please visit www.sheahomes.com/newhomes/sandiego.
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t The Soviet Union tests its first atomic bomb, code named â€œJoe 1,â€? on Aug. 29. t The Federal Republic of Germany is officially founded Sept. 7. Konrad Adenauer is the first federal chancellor. t The Peopleâ€™s Republic of China is officially proclaimed Oct. 1. t The Democratic Republic of Germany (East Germany) is officially established Oct. 7. t The Greek Civil War ends Oct. 16 with a communist surrender. t The government of the Republic of China finishes its evacuation to Taiwan on Dec. 7, and declares Taipei its temporary capital city.
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t Rodgers and Hammersteinâ€™s â€œSouth Pat President Truman unveils his Fair Deal cific,â€? starring Mary Martin and Ezio Pinza, opens April 7 on Broadway and goes on program Jan. 5. to become R&Hâ€™s second longest-running t Los Angeles receives its first recorded musical. It becomes an instant classic of snowfall Jan. 11. the musical theatre. The scoreâ€™s biggest hit t The Poe Toaster first appears Jan. 19 at is the song â€œSome Enchanted Evening.â€? the grave of Edgar Allan Poe. t Development of the USS United States t The first Emmy Awards are presented (CVA-58) â€œsupercarrierâ€? is cancelled April Jan. 25 at the Hollywood Athletic Club. t Grady the Cow, a 1,200-pound cow, gets 23; high-ranking Navy officials resign in protest in what has been called the Revolt stuck inside a silo on a farm in Yukon, Oklahoma on Feb. 22 and garners nation- of the Admirals. t Celebrities including Helen Keller, Doral media attention. othy Parker, Danny Kaye, Fredric March, t The B-50 Superfortress Lucky Lady II John Garfield, Paul Muni and Edward under Captain James Gallagher lands in G. Robinson are named June 8 in an FBI Fort Worth, Texas, on March 2 after completing the first non-stop report as Communist Party members. t Albert II, a rhesus monkey, becomes the around-the-world airplane flight (it was refu- first primate to enter space June 14, on Hermes project V-2 rocket Blossom IVB, eled in flight 4 times). but is killed on impact at return.
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BORN THIS YEAR: Bruce Springsteen, musician (Sept. 23). Above left: George Foreman, boxer (Jan. 10); Steve Perry, musician (Jan. 22); Shelley Long, actress (Aug. 23); Bonnie Raitt, musician (Nov. 8).
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SAN DIEGO (NNS) â€” The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt held a change of command ceremony on the flight deck, July 27. Capt. Craig â€œClapâ€? Clapperton was relieved by Capt. Carlos A. Sardiello as commanding officer of Theodore Roosevelt. Guest speaker Rear Adm. Jay Bynum, commander, Chief of Naval Air Training, praised the achievements of the Theodore Roosevelt and its crew under Clappertonâ€™s leadership. â€œThe accomplishments of the USS Theodore Roosevelt under the command of Capt. Clapperton are unprecedentCapt. Sardiello ed. He has contributed to the storied legacy of the ship affectionately known as â€˜Americaâ€™s Big Stickâ€™ and readied her and her crew for any obstacle that they might face.â€? During his speech, Clapperton attributed his success as commanding officer to his crew, known as the â€œRough Riders.â€? â€œThe challenges this crew has faced over the last two years are truly extraordinary,â€? he said. â€œThe men and women of Theodore Roosevelt are exceptional warriors and leaders. Their hard work made our Navy readier and made the world a safer place. I feel truly privileged to have had the opportunity to serve as the commanding officer of the Big Stick and to operate with this incredible team.â€? Clapperton assumed command of Theodore Roosevelt June 2015 and successfully completed an eight-month, around-the-world combat deployment in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. TR executed 1,812 combat sorties, totaling 10,618 flight hours, and delivered more than one million pounds of ordnance on enemy targets. These achievements led to the â€œRough Ridersâ€? earning the 2016 Ramage Award for excellence in operations. Following deployment and a homeport shift, Clapperton directed the integration of 1,400 newly-assigned personnel as part of unprecedented three-carrier hull swap. He then led his crew in completion of the largest Planned Incremental Availability package ever assigned to a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, successfully and on time. â€œNaval aviation is the ultimate team sport, and a nuclear-powered aircraft SKIPPER, continued on Page 15
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and their family friend George (Barry Keoghan) take off for Dunkirk. Knowing what needs doing, Dawson has the knowledge not only of the Channel but of how to handle the enemy. The crew finds their first shell-shocked soldier (Cillian Murphy) sitting on the turned over hull of a sunken ship. Dâ€™Arcy as Col. Winnart follows by example keeping the soldiers as calm as possible. From air, sea and land the struggle for survival is moment-by-moment under circumstances that are unimaginable. I have to start with Mark Rylance as Mr. Dawson. There is something about this actor that I believe from the moment he speaks. As this character, Rylance is the strong silent type who knows what needs to be done and doesnâ€™t need to be told how to do it. Watching how he explains things to Peter and George, this character gets every ounce of the audienceâ€™s trust. When they have their own problem on board, Mr. Dawson keeps the atmosphere calm in the emotional storm. Hardy as pilot Farrier is straight on point, and although I had a Bane moment (please stop putting stuff over his face!), it is a minor point because everything you need to know is found in this actorâ€™s eyes. The message is clear: â€œDo what you must to save as many as you can,â€? and his ac-
â€˜Dunkirkâ€™ is so powerful it will leave you drained physically and emotionally.
tions are evident. Lowden as pilot Collins is equally as powerful to watch and gives a suspenseful scene that needs to be talked about later. Whitehead as Tommy and Styles as Alex are two very young men that are trying anything to get off the beach. It just breaks the heart to see these two young men and as clever as they are, it is living from one moment to the next. Well done performances by both of these young men. Branagh as Commander Bolton stands tall for his men, even when he knows that the clock is ticking â€” literally. Having to change tactics quickly, he is the strong face for the men to follow. Murphy as the shocked soldier is intense and frightening because of his unpredictability. GlynnCarney is strong as Peter as he learns
doubt in every flicker of film of it being anything else. Nolan meshes the inescapability of war with the human story with a cast that gives the audience a heart stopper that will not stop from start to finish. I tell you now, the film is so powerful and strong that you will leave the theater drained both physically and emotionally. The visceral moments that take us so deep that one moment during a water scene I realized I was holding my breath! Hans Zimmer brings on an epic score that will not let us all get away. At the screening, I saw for myself what an amazing score does to people. There is a moment where a clock is ticking, which by the way is the sound of Christopher Nolanâ€™s watch, and people were putting their hands on their chest or over their mouths knowing something was coming. â€œDunkirkâ€? is cinematically stunning and beautiful, which seems weird to say considering it is a war film with human causalities. In that is the exquisite gift that director Nolan seems to have and I hope he never changes it. His films give us a duality we are forced to reckon with. â€œDunkirkâ€? gives us that with the defeat of battle but the pyrrhic victor of humanity. In the end â€” when 400,000 men couldnâ€™t get home, home came for them!
the price of war along with Keoghan as George playing a character I canâ€™t even begin to talk about. Other performances that need recognition are Damien Bonnard as the French Soldier, Aneurin Barnard as Gibson, Lee Armstrong as Grenadier, Will Attenborough as Second Lieutenant, Richard Sanderson as Heinkel Spotter and so many, many more. TUBS OF POPCORN: I give â€œDunkirkâ€? five tubs of popcorn out of five. There isnâ€™t a massive amount of dialogue, and I didnâ€™t need it. The ensemble of actors brought out every emotion without saying much at all. â€œDunkirkâ€? is an intense experience as the volume, literally, of the film is pure Jeri Jacquin is the Movie Maven. For more on cinema. films and television, go to http://moviemaven. Yes, it is a film of war, and there is no homestead.com.
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food imaginable, plus local vineyards and wineries galore. My restaurant recommendations are all conveniently clustered along the Embarcadero overlooking Morro Bay and the Rock. Blue Skye Cafe â€” locals flock here for breakfast (served all day), lunch and dinner. Donâ€™t miss their daily desserts. www. BlueSkyCafe.com Dornâ€™s Original Breakerâ€™s Cafe â€” first opened in 1942, the third generation of the family now runs the place. www.DornsCafe.com Tognazzniniâ€™s Dockside â€” three casual choices: restaurant, fish market/patio or Smokehouse & Pub. www.MorroBayDockside.com Dutchmanâ€™s Seafood House â€” Norwegian roots, plus owning and operating their own dock provides the backdrop for this family run establishment, www.
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Morro Bay and Morro Rock are one of the most photographed landmarks in California.
Overlooking Morro Bay and Rock, the Blue Sail Inn is TripAdvisor four-star rated and perfectly located two blocks from the Embarcadero. They feature free parking, wi-fi, continental breakfast, and inroom microwave. www.BlueSailInn.com For more information, go to these websites: www.MorroBay.org, www.Highway1DiscoveryRoute.com and www.MorroBayMaritime.org.
their food commitment, www.GalleyMorDutchmansSeafoodHouse.com The Galley Seafood Grill & Bar â€”serv- roBay.com Wrap up Windows on the Water â€” award wining produce and vegetables direct from Thanks to Jerry Praver for his interview their chef â€™s family farm gives a clue to ning dining and an extensive wine list. Its time and for providing a copy of his well documented manuscript, â€œThe Sinking of the Montebello.â€? Also to the Historical Society of Morro Bay for â€œImages of Morro Bayâ€? written by Roger Castle and Gary Ream (Arcadia Publishing). Kudos to SGM Daniel Sebby, State Military Museums Curator, for his insights and personal tour of Camp San Luis. Enjoy the journey â€Ś
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Next up for Woodley is St-Pierre. As for Maia, his ground game is about 99 percent of his offense, and he was never able to get that going. On the feet, Maia was too predictable with his left hand, which landed with reasonable consistency but also got Maia countered often. Personally, I thought Maiaâ€™s strategy was disappointing. He burnt all of his energy shooting for obvious takedowns. If he had been a bit more patient in the stand up â€” and thrown more damn high kicks! â€” there was a real chance that he could pick up rounds as Woodley gave them away. Woodley can be shut down by pressure and takedown attempts, but Maia never really gave himself a chance to win the decision. Tyron Woodley won a clear decision win, much to the dismay of the crowd. Will Woodley be able to defeat â€œGSP?â€?
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A nursery school teacher was delivering a station wagon full of kids home one day when a fire truck zoomed past. Sitting in the front seat of the fire truck was a Dalmatian dog. The children began discussing the dogâ€™s duties. â€œThey use him to keep crowds back,â€? said one youngster. â€œNo,â€? said another. â€œHeâ€™s just for good luck.â€? A third child brought the argument to a close with this comment: â€œThey use the dogs,â€? she said firmly, â€œto find the fire hydrants.â€?
â€œHey, Smith, your father died!â€? The Marine fainted on the spot. A week later the sister of another Marine died, and the sergeant once again called his men together. â€œJones,â€? he yelled out, â€œyour sister died last night!â€? The Marine burst into tears. Finally, word got back to the general about the sergeantâ€™s insensitivity, and Softer tone A tough U.S. Marine sergeant got he was called on the carpet and told to word that the father of one of his men be less direct and gruff when one of his had passed away. At roll call he snapped, men suffered a tragedy.
A week later the sergeant was notified that Private Miller had just lost his mother. Remembering what the general had said, he lined up his troop and ordered, â€œEveryone whose mother is alive, please take one step forward â€” not so fast, Miller!â€?
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At a friendâ€™s wedding, everything went smoothly until it was time for the flower girl and her young escort to come down the aisle. The boy stopped at every pew, growling at the guests. When asked afterward why he behaved so badly, he explained, â€œI was just trying to be a good ring bear.â€?
A rookie police officer was out for his first ride in a cruiser with an experienced partner. A call came in telling them to disperse some people who were loitering. The officers drove to the street and observed a small crowd standing on a corner. The rookie rolled down his window and said, â€œLetâ€™s get off the corner, people.â€? A few glances, but no one moved, so he barked again, â€œLetâ€™s get off that corner...NOW!â€? Intimidated, the group of people began to leave, casting puzzled stares in his direction. Proud of his first official act, the young policeman turned to his partner and asked, â€œWell, how did I do?â€? â€œPretty good,â€? chuckled the verteran policemen, â€œespecially since this is a bus stop!â€?
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even existed to truly burn. Itâ€™s difficult to decide which senatorâ€™s actions are more indefensible. Murkowskiâ€™s tactics are arguably more obnoxious, having vocally supported a 2015 repeal bill, knowing that her vote at the time would have no real-world consequences. Once a Republican president was installed at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue, Murkowksi didnâ€™t merely flip-flop on the 2015 bill (which could at least be justified from a policy standpoint); she resolutely refused to vote for anything at all â€” including a motion to proceed to debate. When the possibility for real, consequential Obamacare repeal or reform presented itself, she morphed into a reflexive obstructionist, playing absolutely no constructive role Saying â€œnoâ€? to everything would be understandable coming from a Democrat â€” theyâ€™ve done everything in their power to protect their imploding, harmful law. But this is a woman who campaigned as an Obamacare opponent, railed against the schemeâ€™s demonstrable failures in her state, and voted for a sweeping â€œclean repealâ€? package roughly 19 months ago. But when an opportunity for meaningful action arrived, she became an implacable Chuck Schumer ally, casting vote after vote to effectively enshrine Obamacare. Obamacare is a disaster that, left untouched, will be saved only by a massive taxpayer bailout of insurance companies. Premiums on Obamacare exchanges have gone up by double digits annually ever since their formation in 2013. Out-of-pocket expenses â€” including copays and deductibles â€” rose 40 percent, to $2,649 per person on average, between 2011 and 2014. Hundreds of counties across the country are likely to have no health insurers offering plans on their local exchanges next year. Far from being a modern-day â€œprofile in courage,â€? McCainâ€™s vote against advancing Obamacare reform represents a complete reversal of the position he won his Senate election with last year. John Merline of Investorâ€™s Business Daily notes that â€œIn the private sector, promising one thing and delivering the other could be referred to as â€˜deceptive trade practice.â€™ For some members of Congress, itâ€™s just another day at the office.â€? Like every American, we wish John McCain the best in his battle against a brain tumor. But in what may prove to be one of the most important votes he has cast in his 35 years in Congress, he chose to operate like the standard-issue politicians he likes to rail against.
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gineering from Pennsylvania State University. He was designated a naval flight officer in 1991. Clapperton now heads to Commander, Naval Air Forces Command. The new commanding officer Capt. Carlos A. Sardiello,
They have set the standard across the fleet and exceeded every expectaion.
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Despite missing the last three games of last season, runningback Melvin Gordon had a great sophomore year.
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ing heâ€™s had to endure the past few years. Most experts believe the foundation of a successful football team begins with the offensive line. For all the fans who complain when their team â€œwastesâ€? high draft picks on O-Linemen, NFL writer Greg Rosenthal put it all in perspective. Rosenthal recently previewed the offense and reported, â€œIn addition to the Chargers not having a top-10 running game over the past decade, Rivers (according to Pro Football Focus) has also not had a single season of above-average pass protection in a decade as well.â€? Therein lies a key factor contributing to the franchiseâ€™s woes the past 10 years.
er, Kenneth Farrow and Andre Williams will compete to replace the versatility Woodhead provided Rivers â€” a familiar go-to coming out of the backfield on third downs. Despite limited playing time, fullback Derek Watt proved his worth as both a blocker and on special teams as a rookie last season. If he can stay healthy, look for Gordon to surpass the 1,400 scrimmage yards he accumulated last season, which earned him his first Pro Bowl appearance. The Endzone: Elliot Harrison of NFL Network says he wants Keenan Allen to come back big in 2017. Said Harrison, â€œIâ€™m pulling for this guy, heâ€™s been snake bitten his (entire) career and my bold prediction for him is he comes back from injury to lead the NFL in catches â€” over Antonio Brown, over Julio Jones â€” a couple of years ago he got hurt in week eight and he already had 67 catches. I think Keenan Allen can easily surpass over 100 catches and if he stays healthy he catches at least 125 balls.â€? SB Nationâ€™s Levi Damien recently listed Chargersâ€™ Russell Okung and Joe Barksdale as the third best offensive tackle tandems in the AFC West. â€œOkung comes over after one shaky season in Denver,â€? Damien wrote. â€œThe oft injured tackle finished his first 16-game season of his career. Over those 16 games, he had 10 penalties â€” seven of which were for holding â€” and gave up four sacks. Even with his troubles in Denver, Okung stands to be an upgrade for a unit that gave up 238 pressures last season, which according to PFF stats is the most given up by a team in the past three years. â€œPart of that insane pressures total falls on the man on the other side â€” former Raiders draft pick Joe Barksdale, who gave up a league-leading 10.5 of the teamâ€™s 36 sacks surrendered.â€?
Aside from missing the final three games last season due to a hip strain and knee sprain, Melvin Gordon couldnâ€™t have a better sophomore season. Falling just three-yards short of 1,000 yards, Gordon scored a total of 12 touchdowns (10 rushing, 2 receiving) in 13 games after failing to score a single touchdown his rookie campaign. Like Allen, injuries have prevented Gordon from playing an entire season during his first two years in the NFL â€” a knee injury forced him to miss the final two games in 2015. The big question is which running back is going to fill the shoes of Danny Woodhead, who signed a free agent contract with the Ravens. While Gordon proved he has the talent to be a three-down back following Woodheadâ€™s season-ending injury in week two last season, it is believed new head coach Anthony Lynn, a former NFL running back himself, likes the idea of running a tandem backfield to keep Gordon fresh and healthy throughout the season. Veterans Branden Oliver, Kenjon Barn'PSBEWFSUJTJOHJOGPSNBUJPO DBMM tBEWFSUJTJOH!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN
this ship and her mission, and I am incredibly proud of their accomplishments and eternally grateful for their service,â€? Clapperton said. â€œThey have set the standard across the fleet and exceeded every expectation. It has been the honor of my life serving with them.â€? Clapperton previously served as executive officer aboard the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman from August 2010 to May 2012 before assuming command of the U.S. 6th Fleet flagship USS Mount Whitney. Clapperton is a native of Pittsburgh and was commissioned in 1989 after receiving a degree in aerospace en-
previously served Capt. Clapperton as executive officer aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington before assuming command of the U.S. 6th Fleet flagship USS Mount Whitney. Sardiello is a native of Fremont, Calif., and was commissioned in 1990 after graduating from the U.S. Naval academy. He was designated a naval flight officer in 1992. â€œItâ€™s an incredible feeling be able to take command of such a fine ship and crewâ€?, said Sardiello. â€œI look forward to the journey ahead and continuing the legacy of the USS Theodore Roosevelt.â€?
Comedians WIll C and Ido Brewer are appearing at Laughs4Warriors on Aug. 26.
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