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he Mexican government said a while back that it would take all of the southwestern United by Richard T. Matz States without firing a single shot, and that if we do not protect our borders this will happen sooner than later. I know a lot of people are sympathetic to illegal immigrants, but would those people be willing to support them with their own money? That means absolutely no benefits from United States taxpayers! The liberal Democrats want open borders so they can add millions of illegal aliens to their party. They want to ensure in the coming years that Republican candidates will never get elected to the presidency or congress. These liberal Democrats want to continually add more taxes to pay for and control these new members that they know will join their party. Proof positive of this is whatâ€™s happening in California, with Jerry Brown continually seeking more taxes through any means, and he and his super majority push through, unopposed. Isnâ€™t it weird that in America, our flag and our culture offend so many people, but our benefits donâ€™t? How can the federal government asked U.S. citizens to pay back student loans, when illegal aliens are receiving a free education? I canâ€™t quite figure out how you can proudly waive the flag of another country but consider it punishment to send them back there. Only in America are legal citizens labeledâ€? racistsâ€? and â€œNazis,â€? but the illegal aliens are called â€œDreamers.â€? Liberals say, â€œIf confiscating all guns saves just one life, itâ€™s worth it.â€? Well then, if deporting all illegals saves just one life, wouldnâ€™t that be worth it as well?
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TIME FOR SOME SERIOUS â€˜POOP TALKâ€™ By Jeri Jacquin MilitaryPress
oming to theaters this February for a squat near you is director Aaron Feldman, Comedy Dynamics and Party of Seven Entertainmentâ€™s idea ofÂ â€œPoop Talk.â€? First, let me say this review is probably like none that I have ever done before because someone has finally decidedÂ to go where no camera, other than a colonoscopy cam, has ever gone before. Letting the lights, camera and action focus onÂ what we donâ€™t talk about â€” poop. Letâ€™s be honest folks, we all try to avoid that awkward conversation about one of the most natural things in the world â€”Â going to the bathroom. This docu-comedy decides to break the toilet paper ceiling and let it all loose. Who better to getÂ the conversation rolling than people who make us laugh about everything (sometimes until we pee), oh, and a few experts in the field. Starting with stories of their growing up and the family feelings toward pooping to how it affects relationships betweenÂ men and women, there isnâ€™t a moment that wonâ€™t make you laugh. Sharing their most embarrassing moments to the verbiage used toÂ describe their experiences â€” there is no restroom barrier! But the poop talk doesnâ€™t stop there.
City Ballet is offering discounted tickets to â€œGiselle,â€? running March 9 through 11.
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Now that the bathroom door is open we also get a look inside to discover if theseÂ funny people are one-ply, three-ply, baby wipes or even bidet users, not to mention Adam Carollaâ€™s use of the brushed nickelÂ toilet paper cover. The pride begins to slide out with descriptions of warming toilet seats, the temperature of bidet water
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February has that one special day for romance â€” Valentineâ€™s Day. That day when we get the card that says â€œI love you,â€? roses and chocolates, then out a dinner we hope will be remembered. Now here is a perfect way to double it up. Get your tickets for City Ballet of San Diego. City Ballet is presenting one of the greatest ballet love stories ever staged with â€œGiselleâ€? March 9 through 11 at the Speckles Theatre. That gives you two nights of romance. The story is set in Germany during the Renaissance age. A young and innocent peasant girl, Giselle, falls in love with Albrecht, a nobleman pretending to be a peasant boy. Giselle is shocked to discover that Albrecht is engaged to marry a princess. She goes insane from grief and suddenly dies of a broken heart. One night Giselle rises from her grave and finds Albrecht surrounded by a large group of evil ghostly spirits who try to dance Albrecht to death. Giselle intervenes and shows the power of forgiveness and the true meaning of love. â€œGiselle is one of the most romantic story ballets in the world,â€? says Artistic Director Steven Wistrich. â€œOur company is proud that our artists are technically capable and mature enough to bring the complex characters to life.â€? Now here is where the next double up comes in. City Ballet is offering you the readers of the Military Press a 50 percent discount for all three shows in Sections A, B, C and D. Just go online to www.cityballet.org and use the discount code MilitrayPress. Donâ€™t miss City Balletâ€™s thrilling artists as they bring this magical and haunting ballet to life, staged by Elizabeth Wistrich with enchanting scenery and costumes to Adolph Adamâ€™s melodious score accompanied by The City Ballet Orchestra with John Nettles conJeri Jacquin is the Movie Maven. For more on ducting. All this and you get your doufilms and television, go to http://moviemaven. ble double up on the romance. homestead.com. XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN
andÂ convenient remotes to be extra comfy on the porcelain throne. Come on â€” there are ads that tell us to â€œenjoy the goâ€? and ads featuring spray to cover up poop smell, or how about the Squatty Potty, complete with prince and unicorns? Comedians like Kumail Nanjiani, Nicole Byer, Adam Carolla, Rob Corddry, Nikki Glaser, Pete Holmes, Eric Stonestreet,Â Randy and Jason Sklar, Nick Swardson and Dr. Drew Pinsky are just a monkeyâ€™s handful of people who openly share where theyÂ have pooped and where they absolutely wonâ€™t. Comedy Dynamics is one of the largest independent comedy production and distribution companies, producing Kevin Hartâ€™s â€œGuide to Black History,â€? Animal Planetâ€™s â€œAnimal Nationâ€? with Anthony Anderson and Historyâ€™s â€œJoin or Dieâ€? with Craig Ferguson. Working with such comedicÂ talent as Kevin Hart, Jim Gaffigan, Katt Williams and many more you can see what more they have to offer atÂ www.comedydynamics.com. â€œThis film has been a labor of love, done with friends and family help and support,â€? Feldman says. â€œThe Sklarâ€™s Jason and Randy,Â our Executive Producers are amazing and without them this could not have been made. I want to thank them for the faith in a vision andÂ a seemingly high brow approach to a low brow subject.â€? â€œPoop Talkâ€? really does bring humor to a topic that shouldnâ€™t cause us all to get backed up or stressed, but still does. Seriously, if you are a human being and youÂ eat then you are going to end up, as Rob Corddry would say, working it out. This is the best docu-comedy Iâ€™ve seen in some time! In the end â€” itâ€™s all about our ends!
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evadaâ€™s nickname is â€œThe Silver State,â€? and is home to a casino resort on my list of favorite places to stay and play â€” the Silver Legacy Resort Casino in Reno.
Hotels have their own personality, so after my speedy check-in, I wandered around to catch the vibe. I discovered restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, bars/nightclubs, the casino, race/sports book and the poker room. I stopped by the Playerâ€™s Booth and signed up for ONE Club. Think of it as a frequent flyer program for the resort, providing benefits for slot play, dining, accommodations, special offers, etc. One of my discoveries was walking from the Silver Legacyâ€™s lobby to its Mezzanine (canâ€™t miss it, there is a three story high mining rig!). If you turn left you can amble over to Circus Circus, and heading right leads you to the Eldorado. They are
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Thereâ€™s something for everyone: More than 1,200 slots, 85 table games, including Pai Gow, a new race/sports book and keno. The real reason for my visit was to check out Silver Legacyâ€™s new $1.8 million poker room, which is part of an overall $50 million dollar resort renovation plan. Newly located in the main casino, it is open 24 hours, is non-smoking and features daily Hold â€˜em tournaments, as well as limit and no-limit cash games. Note: they serve great free donuts and coffee in the morning. The legendary Margie Heintz runs the poker room. Margie started dealing when
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Griffin out in LA, on to Detroit Blake Griffin is ready for the next chapter of his basketball career. The All-Star forward tweeted out a statement to thank the LA Clippersâ€™ fans and the city of Los Angeles after he was traded to the Detroit Pistons. The 28-year-old Griffin had been the face of the Clippers, and in July he agreed to a $171 million, five-year deal, ending a brief flirtation with free agency. While a free agent in the 2017 offseason, Griffin met with Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, coach Doc Rivers and several players at Staples Center in a celebration of his career. At the end of the two-hour fete, Griffin rose and spoke, telling teammates, his coach and the owner, â€œI want my legacy to be a Clipper.â€? In Detroit, LeBron James lamented that trades like Griffinâ€™s are considered part of the business, while players who explore free agency are blamed for being disloyal. â€œWhen a player gets traded, itâ€™s, â€˜They was doing whatâ€™s best for the franchise.â€™ Looking to shore up the defense, the Chargers could pick Washingtonâ€™s defensive tackle Vita Vea in Round 1 of the NFL Draft. But when a player decides to leave, itâ€™s, â€˜Heâ€™s not loyal. Heâ€™s a snake. Heâ€™s not committed.â€™ Itâ€™s just, thatâ€™s the narrative of how it goes. So Iâ€™m definitely [aware],â€? he said. â€œI know that firsthand.â€? Griffin will wear jersey No. 23 with the Pistons, making the switch to the Eddie Brown, Union-Tribune, 1st same number he wore in college at Mock Draft, Two Rounds: Oklahoma. His previous jersey number, Round 1, Pick No. 17: Vita Vea, DT, 32, is not available in Detroit because Washington the Pistons had retired it in honor of â€œThe Chargers had the second-worst Richard Hamilton. run defense in the NFL this season. Vea is by Art Garcia Jr. the anchor in the middle this defense has Griffin is averaging 22.6 points, 7.9 rebounds and 5.4 assists in 33 games n our second look into the various address the defense in the early rounds lacked since the days of Jamal Williams. this season, but the Clippers have been mock drafts, pundits differ as to after the rush defense finished last season The 6-foot-5, 340-pound Pac-12 defenplagued by injuries and are ninth in the sive player of the year might be the stronwhich direction the Chargers will ranked No. 31 out of 32 teams. Western Conference standings. Here is a glance from a few mock drafts gest prospect in the entire draft class and go after finishing second in the AFC Adding Griffin gives Detroitâ€™s frontWest with a 9â€“7 record. With needs at the and a quote from the analysts regarding would have likely been a first-round seleccourt another standout player alongside DT, LB, OL and QB positions, some be- the players they believe could be donning tion had he left school a year ago.â€? Andre Drummond, but it also repreVea ranks No. 29 overall by Scouts Inc., lieve General Manager Tom Telesco will a Chargers uniform in 2018. sents a clear change in course from the No. 10 overall on ESPN Draft Analyst Todd roster the Pistons had assembled. DeMcShayâ€™s top 32 prospects list and the No. troit acquired Bradley in a trade with 1 DT on McShayâ€™s position rankings. the Boston Celtics last offseason, but Round 2, Pick No. 48: Malik Jefferheâ€™s in the final season of his contract. son, ILB, Texas. Harris has been impressive for the Pisâ€œThe co-Big 12 defensive player of the tons this season, shooting a career-best year was also named first-team All-Big 12, 41 percent from 3-point range. second-team All-American and a semifiThe Clippers drafted Griffin first nalist for the 2017 Butkus Award recogoverall out of Oklahoma in 2009. Hownizing the nationâ€™s best linebacker.â€? ever, he missed the 2009-10 season afJefferson ranks No. 46 overall by Scouts ter surgery on his broken left kneecap, Inc., and the No. 7 OLB on McShayâ€™s posithe first of several injuries that have tion rankings. marred his career. Mel Kiper Jr., ESPN Draft Analyst, Griffin missed 21 games last season 1st Mock Draft and 47 in 2015-16 because of injuries. Round 1, Pick No. 17: Daâ€™Ron Payne, As a rookie, he was an All-Star, won DT, Alabama the slam dunk contest and was named â€œThe best nose tackle in this class is NBA Rookie of the Year. Payne, who was a monster in the College He has averaged 21.6 points, 9.3 reDRAFT, continued on Page 12 bounds and 4.2 assists in his career. XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN 4'FC
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GOLF4WARRIORS BOGEY BATTLE SET FOR FEB. 10 By Bob Morey | MilitaryPress
The Us for Warriors Foundation, or more commonly known as â€œUs4Warriors,â€? will be holding its Annual Golf4Warriors Bogey Battle Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 10 starting at 10 a.m. at The Crossings in Carlsbad. Us4Warriors received the 2016 Veterans Allegiance Award from Veterans Museum and Memorial Center to be recognized as Top Veterans NonProfit in San Diego County and continues to make great strides in supporting our troops, veterans and their families. â€œGolf4Warriors is a way for those who have served to come together as a team againâ€Ś in a fun-filled, spirited way that just happens to raise much needed funds to help our warriors, past and present,â€? says Tony Stewart, CEO/President of Us4Warriors. Us4Warriors is a 501c3 non-profit that is dedicated to supporting the members of our armed forces, veteranâ€™s and their families. During any given month, volunteers from Us4Warriors (they are all unpaid volunteers) can be found across our county providing programs and services that support our veteranâ€™s community. Golf4Warriors is just another one of the many programs, projects and events that Us4Warriors offers throughout the year.
ing to help out,â€? Stewart said. Enrollment for Golf4Warriors is open to anyone that would like to come out and play. Entries are $660 per 4-man team or $180 for an individual. If you canâ€™t make it to the course that day, you can Sponsor-aWarrior for just $120 to help subsidize the day for an active duty or wounded warrior who have expressed a desire to play. â€œMany warriors love to golf!â€? Stewart says. â€œIt is a release from stress. It is an escape from the rigors of their day.â€? Prizes will be awarded for overall 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams. Prizes will also be awarded for Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Best Team Name and Best Dressed Team. There is also an all-expenses paid Pebble Beach Golf Holiday Vacation for the first hole-in-two of the day sponsored by Charity Golf International. Each player will receive a â€œgoodie bagâ€? sponsored by Pacific Golf Academy with commemorative golf ballcap, complimentary range balls and dinner at the Post Tournament Awards Dinner with prizes, activiUs4Warriors is holding its Golf4Warriors Bogey Battle in Carlsbad on Feb. 10. ties and an exclusive auction and raffle. To register your team, go to www.GolfRecently, Us4Warriors partnered with events donated more than 65 tons of food 4Warriors.org â€” or to learn more about Us4Warrior and their programs, please visit the Knights of Columbus to deliver 110 to our armed forces families. â€œWe have received a tremendous their web site at www.us4warriors.org or wheelchairs in one weekend to our veterans in need. In 2017, their Food4Warriors amount of support from people just want- email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
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t RMS Queen Elizabeth is destroyed by fire Jan. 9 in Hong Kong harbor. t Japanese soldier Soichi Yokoi is discovered Jan. 24 in Guam. He had spent 28 years in the jungle as one of the last holdouts from World War II. t The British Army kills 14 unarmed civil rights marchers in Derry, Northern Island on Jan. 30 â€” an incident known as â€œBloody Sunday.â€?
t President Nixon makes an eight-day visit to the Peopleâ€™s Republic of China on Feb. 21 and meets with Mao Zedong. t The U.S. returns Okinawa to Japan after 27 years of occupation May 15. t A Red Army Faction bomb explodes at the U.S. Army Supreme European Command in Heidelberg, West Germany, on May 24, killing three U.S. soldiers. t President Nixon and Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev sign the Salt I treaty May 26 in Moscow. t AP photographer Nick Ut takes his Pulitzer Prize-winning photo of 9-yearold Phan Thi Kim Phuc running after
being burned by napalm June 8. t Actress Jane Fonda visits North Vietnam in July. t Bobby Fischer defeats Boris Spassky in a chess match Sept. 1 in Reykjavik, Iceland, becoming the first American world chess champion. t Eleven Israeli athletes at the Summer Olympics in Munich are murdered Sept. 5 after 8 members of the Arab terrorist group Black September invade the Olympic Village. t En route to the Gulf of Tonkin, an antiwar protest led by African-Americans and interpreted by some as a race riot involving more than 200 sailors, breaks out aboard the U.S. aircraft carrier U.S.S. Kitty Hawk on Oct. 12. Nearly 50 sailors are injured.
t Six men rob the safe deposit boxes of The Pierre hotel in New York City on Jan. 2 for at least $4 million. t The U.S. holds its last draft lottery Feb. 2. President Nixon would announce that those drafted would not be sent to Vietnam on June 28. t U.S. airlines begin inspecting passengers and baggage Feb. 5. t Pioneer 10 launches from Cape Kennedy on March 2. It will become the first man-made satellite to leave the solar system. t Congress sends the Equal Rights Amendment to the states for ratification March 22. t â€œThe Godfatherâ€? is released in the United States on March 24. t Women officially run the Boston Marathon for the first time April 17. t Alabama Gov. George Wallace is shot and paralyzed May 15 during a rally in Laurel, Md. t Hurricane Agnes hits the East Coast on June 14, killing 117 people. t Five White House operatives are arrested for burglarizing the offices of the Democratic National Committee at the Wa-
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tergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., on June 17. t The Supreme Court rules that capital punishment is unconstitutional. It would reverse itself in 1976. t Milwaukee Police arrest comedian George Carlin on July 21 for public obscenity after he recited â€œSeven Words You Can Never Say On Televisionâ€? at Summerfest. t â€œThe Price is Rightâ€? premieres Sept. 4 on CBS. t The television series â€œM*A*S*Hâ€? begins its run Sept. 17 on CBS. t The FBI hires its first female agents Oct. 25. t President Nixon wins re-election Nov. 7, defeating Democratic Sen. Goerge McGovern in a landslide. t The Dow Jones Inustrial Average closes above 1,000 for the first time Nov. 14. t Atari releases its arcade version of â€œPongâ€? on Nov. 29, kicking off the first generation of video games to have commercial success. t The last manned moon misison, Apollo 17, launches Dec. 7. â€œThe Blue Marbleâ€? photo of earth is taken.
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