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Peace And Amnesties will it Work .. ?
MEXICO CITY â€” AndrĂŠs Manuel LĂłpez Obrador â€” a populist representing a left-wing political party that he founded four years ago â€” will be the next leader of Mexico, marking a major change for a country that has been led by the same two political parties for almost 90 years. Mexicans on Sunday headed to the polls in the countryâ€™s largest-ever election with almost 90 million eligible voters and 18,000 open government positions. In the presidential race at the top of the ticket, LĂłpez Obrador won with a message that heâ€™d end violence, corruption and inequality. For the past 12 years, Mexico has fought violent drug gangs by deploying thousands of police, soldiers and intelligence officers to crack down on cartels and their leaders. If its new president-elect gets his way, however, negotiation may replace the hard-line strategy that critics say has only perpetuated violence. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, a leftist who won on Sunday after two previous attempts at the presidency, wants to rewrite the
rules of the drug war, aides said, suggesting negotiated peace and amnesties for some of the very people currently being targeted by security forces. â€œThe failed strategy of combating insecurity and violence will change,â€? Lopez Obrador said in his victory speech Sunday night, repeating his call to address the socioeconomic ills that push people toward the drug trade and other crimes. â€œMore than through the use of force, we will tend to the causes that give rise to insecurity and violence,â€? the president-elect added. He said his team will immediately begin consulting with human rights groups, religious leaders and the United Nations to develop a â€œplan for reconciliation and peace.â€? So far, his proposals remain vague. And any move toward amnesty, while aimed at lesser and non-violent offenders, is sure to face opposition from the general public, rivals in Congress and U.S. allies who helped Mexico orchestrate its force-based approach.
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RESTAURANT WEEK SET TO WHET SAN DIEGOâ€™S APPETITE TRAVELS WITH HIAN
by Howard Hian
he beginning of fall kicks off with the 14th annual San Diego Restaurant Week. The event features almost 200 of the countyâ€™s best kitchens offering unique dining experiences. The eight days are designed to allow you to try new places at bargain prices. Two-course lunches offer an entree and choice of an appetizer or dessert. Prix-fixe, three-course dinners range from $20 to $50 per person. Here are my suggestions in the lunch category. Kanda Thai Cuisine, located in the newest hot food destination (the Midway area), is my $10 recommendation. Lunch comes with a choice of entree, soup, salad, vegetable roll, steamed rice and choice of dessert. The panang curry with shrimp and deep fried bananas were recommended by the server â€” and she was right. Itâ€™s a real bargain at $10. www.kandathaicuisine.com Backyard Kitchen & Tap is in Pacific Beach. At $15, my suggestion is to bring a friendâ€Ś lots of good food to sample and split. For two outstanding appetizers, order the buffalo cauliflower and blackened
their famous stuffed meatloaf or the Midwest mac-and-cheese served with a blue crab cake. As a longtime San Diego favorite, itâ€™s always crowded, so plan your visit with that in mind. www.hashhouseagogo. com Prices do not include tax, gratuity or drinks. Reservations are not required, but be smart and make one if possible. For a full list of participating restaurants, menus, etc., logon to www.SanDiegoRestaurantWeek.com.
This month, Iâ€™ll be heading to the Adventure Travel Mexico (ATMEX) convention in Colima, Mexico. It showcases the best Mexico and Latin America has to offer in the way of travel: Nature, culture and outdoor activitiesâ€Ś not just great beaches and weather. Various destinations, tour operators, attractions, etc., put their best foot forward to encourage visitors. The conference is sponsored by the Tourism Ministry (SECTUR), the Mexico Tourism Board (CPTM), and the host state, Colima. As a #BDLZBSE,JUDIFO5BQJO1BDJGJD#FBDIJTLOPXOGPSJUT#,:%CVSHFSÂ‰BSJCFZFBOECSJTLFUCMFOE travel writer, this is my equivalent to a kid in a candy store. Hash House A Go Go in Hillcrest is my shrimp. Second course: Ahi tuna steak Letâ€™s go! sandwich and the BKYD burger (a rib eye $20 choice. Their motto is â€œTwisted Farm and brisket blend). Itâ€™s an eclectic menu Food,â€? reflecting their take on classics. Follow Howard Hian online at www.Travels-withwith, of course, an extensive bar menu. Once again, this is a place to share meals. Hian.com and PokerResorts.net, or in the iTunes You canâ€™t miss with the smaller version of store at Omaha Tutorial/Poker Resorts. www.bkydpb.com
SURFING HELPS WOUNDED WARRIORS RECOVER By Cpl. Dylan Chagnon Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
Gabunilas. â€œI served 21 years and this is another way I can give back to the brave men and women fighting for our country.â€? This annual event drives a passion for surfing for some and provides a recreational outlet for warriors and their family members to enjoy while physically and mentally challenging themselves in the water. The next clinic is scheduled for summer 2019.
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rise to insecurity and violence,â€? the president-elect added. He said his team will immediately begin consulting with human rights groups, religious leaders and the United Nations to develop a â€œplan for reconciliation and peace.â€? So far, his proposals remain vague. And any move toward amnesty, while aimed at lesser and non-violent offenders, is sure to face opposition from the general public, rivals in Congress and U.S. allies who helped Mexico orchestrate its force-based approach.
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SEASON OUTLOOK: TO WIN, STAY HEALTHY CHARGERS REPORT
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fter starting last season 0-4, the Los Angeles Chargers won six of the last seven games and finished the season with a 9-7 record and second in the AFC West. With the season opener against the Chiefs on Sept. 9 quickly approaching, here are a few key issues facing the team for the upcoming season. Fast start a must. Including the disastrous start to last season, the Chargers combined record during the first four games over the past three seasons is 3-11. Their record is even worse if you include the first eight games of the 2015 season, which puts the team at 3-16. With may pundits picking the Chargers to win the division, fans must remember this team isnâ€™t the powerhouse team it was in the â€™90s when it had the talent to overcome a slow start at the beginning of the year and suddenly â€œflip the switchâ€? to compete in the post season.
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second-year receiver Mike Williams. Working hard to rebound from an unproductive rookie season where he had just 11 receptions and no touchdowns, the 6-4, 220-pound Williams believes he has the size and speed to step in for Henry and become Riversâ€™ security blanket both on third down and in red zone sub packages. Key stat: Rivers has started 182 consecutive games and was sacked just 10 times last season. During the previous three seasons Rivers was sacked 36, 40 and 36 times, respectfully, Pro Football Focus (PFF). Stop the run. After finishing 31st against the run last season (4.9 yes. per att., 131.1 yds. per gm.), GM Tom Telesco used his top four draft picks to solidify his defense that finished in the middle of the pack in overall defensive rankings. With DT Corey Liuget suspended the first for games for violating the leagueâ€™s policy on PEDâ€™s, veterans Brandon Mebane (30 tackles/0 sacks), Darious Philon (31 tackles/4.5 sacks) and rookie Justin Jones will be manning the interior defensive front until Liugetâ€™s return. Jones, a third- round pick out of NC State, has OUTLOOK DPOUJOVFEPO1BHF
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Gardner was a teenage virgin from Grabtown, NC, when she was discovered by a talent scout in 1941. Sheâ€™d grown up poor and uneducated, yet her mother always knew that Ava had what it took to be a movie star. So did she. â€œI wasnâ€™t dumb,â€? Gardner said. â€œI knew that my looks might get me through the studio gates.â€? She knew she wasnâ€™t a great actress, and didnâ€™t much care: â€œA lot of my stuff ended up on the cutting-room floor,â€? she said. â€œA lot more should have.â€? After a screen test, she was signed to a seven-picture deal with MGM, and quickly became sought after by nearly every leading man in Hollywood. On her first day on the lot, she met Rooney, the 5-foot-2 star of the wholesome â€œAndy Hardyâ€? series. â€œI wanted to fâ€“k you the moment I saw you,â€? he told her. Gardner was 18 and innocent. â€œI was shocked,â€? she said. â€œI still didnâ€™t know he was the biggest wolf on the lot . . . Heâ€™d screw anything that moved.â€? After a one-year courtship they wed, and one of Hollywoodâ€™s greatest sex symbols was a virgin on her wedding
night. â€œI caught on very quickly,â€? she said. After Rooney came Howard Hughes. â€œI never loved him,â€? she said, adding that despite the generosity he showed her, paying for her dying motherâ€™s medical care, he was also a racist. â€œHoward wouldnâ€™t piss on a black man to put him out if he was on fire,â€? she said. Then, in 1945, she married Shaw â€” whoâ€™d also left his wife for her. But now Gardner was smoking three packs of Winstons a day and getting drunk constantly; she felt so intellectually insecure around her new husband that she finally took an IQ test. â€œHe had me convinced that I was completely stupid,â€? Gardner said. â€œI didnâ€™t have an enormous IQ, but I did have a high one.â€? One week after their first anniversary, Shaw dumped her for another woman.
In 1951 she married Sinatra, who she later called the love of her life. Their relationship was famously tempestuous, and her best friend Turner â€” whoâ€™d also had affairs with Shaw and Sinatra â€” begged Gardner not to go through with it: â€œIâ€™ve been there, honey,â€™ she told me. â€˜Donâ€™t do it!â€™ I should have listened to her.â€? Gardner had two abortions during her marriage to Sinatra, and a courtship that began with â€œfighting all the time, boozing and fighting,â€? ended the same way. They divorced in 1957, but remained close for the rest of their lives, and when Gardner pulled out of completing her memoirs, Evans suspected that Sinatra gave her the money she would have gotten for the book. Her decision wasnâ€™t a complete surprise to Evans; she would later say that when she was â€œpushing clouds around,â€? he could publish their book. She died in 1990, at 67, from pneumonia.
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