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OUR PREZ IS NOT A POLITICIAN Sanders. It seems women’s rights only matter if those women are liberal. They sent more troops and armament to arrest Roger Stone than they sent to defend Benghazi. Think about that He don’t need no education ..He don’t need no thought control ..No dark sarcasm in the White House ..Hey Liberals ..leave our Pres alone .. President Trump is not a politician and maybe he never will be but that’s exactly why he was elected. The Republican party has plenty of ammunition to use against the Democrats in 2020 and much more as the Dems. fight for their parties nomination. TRUMP’s AMMUNITION If women are upset at Trump’s naughtiness who bought 80 million copies of “Fifty Shades of Gray”? Bill Clinton paid $850,000 to Paula Jones to get her to go away. I don’t remember the FBI raiding his lawyer’s office Not one feminist has defended Sarah

Nancy Pelosi invited illegal aliens to the State of the Union. President Trump invited victims of illegal aliens to the State of the Union. Chelsea Clinton got out of college and got a job at NBC that paid $900,000 per year. Her mom flies around the country speaking out about white privilege Russia donated $0.00 to the Trump campaign. Russia donated $145,600,000 to the Clinton Foundation. But Trump was the one investigated! Let that sink in. Maxine Waters opposes voter ID laws; she thinks that they are racist. You need to have a photo ID to attend her town hall meetings. Make sense?

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economic freedom index. Today, they are 179th and their citizens are dying of starvation. In only 10 years, Venezuela was destroyed by democratic socialism.

How do you walk 3000 miles across Mexico with no outside support and show up at our border overweight and with a cellphone? Huh?

President Donald J. Trump — “They’re not after me. They’re after you. I’m just in their way.” Read that again.

Pres. Trump’s wall costs less than the Obamacare website. Let that sink in, Americans.

Alexandria Ocasio Cortez wants to ban cars, ban planes, give out universal income

A socialist is basically a communist who doesn’t have the power to take everything from their citizens at gunpoint .. YET I wake up every day and I am grateful that Hillary Clinton is not the President of the United States of America. The same media that told me Hillary Clinton had a 95% chance of winning now tells me Trump’s approval ratings are low. We are one election away from open borders, socialism, gun confiscation, and full term abortion nationally. 60 years ago, Venezuela was 4th on the world

and thinks socialism works. She calls Donald Trump crazy. As we said in the beginning of this article “He’s not a politician” but on second thought maybe he’s learning a little ! Richard Matz Publisher

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CHARGERS REPORT: THREE KEY CONCERNS his fourth Pro Bowl while Schofield has 50 career starts entering his sixth season. As bad as the offensive line graded out, the offense still finished ranked 11th in Total Offense (372.6), 10th in Passing (255.6), 15th in Rushing (117.1), 8th in As the Chargers prepare to host the Points (26.8), T-10th in Sacks given up and Indianapolis Colts in the season opener T-14 in 3rd Down percentage (40). this Sunday, September 8, the team will Contributing heavily to those numbers be without three key starters. As we go to were Rivers’ quick delivery in passing situprint it appears offensive tackle Russell ations and a power running game capable Okung, running back Melvin Gordon and of moving the sticks, which brings us to safety Derwin James will each miss signifi- Melvin Gordon. cant playing time this season. Considered one of the most talented Concern No. 2 — The Running Game. rosters in the league, pundits still believe With Gordon holding out in a contract the depth GM Tom Telesco has acquired dispute, can a rotation of Austin Ekeler will keep this team in contention for a and Justin Jackson establish an effective return trip to the playoffs. In fact, USA running game so the team doesn’t have to Today ranks the Chargers No. 5 on the lat- rely on Rivers’ arm to be successful? est NFL Power Rankings this first week of the season. Last season the ball seemed to bounce favorably in the Chargers direction as the team made its first playoff appearance since 2013. If the Bolts have any chance to return to the post season in 2019, they must address the concerns listed below. Concern No. 1 — The Offensive Line. Ranked No. 29 by Pro Football Focus (PFF), the loss of Okung without having an experienced backup to protect quarterback Philip Rivers makes this area the top priority to address. According to PFF, “The Chargers possess one of the most promising rosters in the league, especially following the 2019 NFL Draft, but the offensive line continues to be a headache. The group surrendered a quarterback pressure on 30.8% of dropbacks which ranked 25th in the league in 2018. “For an offensive line that saw four players earn sub-62.0 grades, it has to finally be the time to give Forrest Lamp, 2017 second-round pick, the chance he deserves.” While PFF believes Lamp will beat out Dan Feeney for the starting left guard position, the bigger concern is left tackle where second-year man Trent Scott has struggled in replace of Okung. Sidelined since early June after suffering a pulmonary embolism because of blood clots, the Chargers left Okung on the nonfootball illness Saturday — meaning he will miss at least the first six weeks of the regular season. Any player who begins the season on the non-football illness list cannot return before week 7. However, Okung will still need medical clearance before he can return to the field and like players who often hold out, it is highly unlikely Okung will be in “football shape” when finally cleared to play. The only players up front who have significant experience is center Mike Pouncey and left guard Michael Schofield. Signed in March last year, Pouncey was selected to

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don’s representatives that talks regarding a contract extension have been postponed until the end of the season. A two-time Pro Bowler, Gordon is set to make $5.6 million this season on a fifthyear team option contract he signed as a rookie. Seeking a contract that would pay him among the top running backs in the league, Gordon rejected a contract extension in excess of $10 million per year the Chargers offered him prior to training camp. Last season Gordon put up 1,375 combined scrimmage yards averaging 5.1 yards per carry (career high) and tying careerhighs with 10 rushing and four receiving touchdowns. Entering his fifth NFL season, injuries have limited Gordon to playing a complete season just once — 2017. In the four games he missed last season the

Chargers’ all-purpose back Austin Ekeler Although not the cow bell back Gordon is, both Ekeler and Jackson held their own through the preseason games averaging 5.0 and 3.78 yards per rush, respectfully. During his sophomore campaign in 2018, Ekeler rushed for 554 yards on 106 attempts, scoring three touchdowns with a 5.1 yard average. Seeing limited action as a rookie last year, Jackson averaged 4.1 yards on 50 carries for 206 yards and two touchdowns. Both contributed in the passing game as well — Ekeler had in 39 receptions for 404 yards and three touchdowns, Jackson caught 15 passes for 135 yards. Over the weekend Telesco gave Gordon a take-it-or-leave-it offer by informing Gor-

Chargers were 4-0. The Chargers finished last season ranked 15th in Rushing (117.1), averaging 4.7 yards per carry. Concern No. 3 — The Safeties. With the injury to Derwin James and the release of Jahleel Addae, who is going to assume the starting safety spots? With James out for four to six months following foot surgery, Adrian Phillips will start at strong safety and will lead a secondary which will also include a new starter at free safety. Selected to his first Pro Bowl as a specialist, Phillips had a career year in 2018 where he recorded 77 tackles (55 solo), 5 tackles for loss, 12 passes de-

fensed, one interception and 19 special teams tackles. Appearing in all 16 games with seven starts (also career highs), the versatile Phillips will be called upon to line up in different positions on the field as James did as a rookie last season. Although he’s coming off his best year as a pro, nobody expects Phillips to match the kind of impact James brought to the team — especially lined up next to an inexperienced starter at free safety. With the free safety position open following Addae’s release, Rayshawn Jenkins is slotted to start when the Colts roll into town Sept. 8. Entering his third NFL season, Jenkins, a fourth-round pick from Miami in 2017, played in 15 regular season games with one start as a fourth safety last season. He also started both postseason games as a fourth safety, posting 12 tackles (eight solo) and a tackle on special teams. With Desmond King II, Jaylen Watkins and highly touted rookie Nasir Adderley on the depth chart, the Chargers should be set at safety. Making his NFL debut in the final preseason game versus the 49ers, Adderley displayed all the traits that made him one of the top safeties in the NFL Draft. Missing nearly all training camp because of hamstring issues, Adderley showed the ball skills, closing speed and range in the secondary to push the starters for playing time. Adderley finished the night with an interception, three passes defensed and a pair of tackles. The Chargers finished last season ranked 9th in Pass Defense (227.9), T-15 in Interceptions (13) and T-15 in Turnover Differential (+1). The Endzone: USA Today on the Chargers’ high power ranking: “Not only does Anthony Lynn’s team have a redefined Philip Rivers and talent all over the offensive roster, they also have a defense with two stellar pass rushers in Joey Bosa and Melvin Gordon, along with a secondary that was already ridiculously talented, and now looks to be even more so with the addition of former Delaware safety Nasir Adderley. The Chargers will need Adderley to come up strong, because they’ll be missing second-year safety Derwin James for 3-4 months with a foot injury. And they may be without running back Melvin Gordon, who’s not happy with his contractual situation. But that’s how deep teams work–the Chargers also have running back Austin Ekeler, who’s been highly efficient in rotational duty.” (Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports)

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SCANDALS Frank Sinatra’s Mafia Ties? The man known as “Ol’ Blue Eyes” or simply “The Voice” is a true American success story. Born to Italian immigrants in Hoboken, New Jersey, and expelled from high

Rita Hayworth Hollywood studios practically controlled their stars. If you wanted to be a star, you had to follow their instructions and if you didn’t like it, you knew where the door was. With her Latin beauty and sultry personality, Rita Hayworth was born a star. At least, that’s probably what everybody thinks. The reality is, Hayworth was made to go under a drastic makeover in order to de-Latinize herself. To do that, she underwent extensive hairline electrolysis to remove her widow’s peak, dyed her black hair red and ultimately changed her name from Margarita Carmen Cansino to Rita Hayworth. Back then, plastic surgery wasn’t so popular, so celebrities found other radical alternatives to change their appearance. As long as the Hollywood studios were happy, that was all that mattered.

school due to his constant roughhousing, Frank Sinatra taught himself how to sing as a teenager for pocket change at local bars along his way to stardom. Yes, sadly, there’s ample evidence the founding father of the Rat Pack had friends in the mafia. Friends who may have done him a few favors over the years. Remember that minor subplot in “The Godfather”, where dashing singer Johnny Fontane’s attempts to secure a film role are only rewarded after a certain gruesome scene involving a horse head in a producer’s bed? Mario Puzo wrote it as a thinly veiled depiction of Sinatra’s rise in Hollywood, specifically in regards to his role in “From Here To Eternity”, which Sinatra won over several more experienced contenders thanks largely to his mafia friends’ influence.

Sinatra was known to be friends with President Kennedy and mob boss Sam Giancana, both JFK and Giancana had an affair at the same time with Judith Exner who was their mistress. Frank with also and acquaintance with Charles “Lucky” Luciano in Havana shortly before the gangster was deported to Italy. Sinatra visited Luciano twice after this, giving him a gilded cigarette case on the second occasion. Was Sinatra talented? Absolutely. But there was more going on behind the scenes than we’ll ever know.

Marilyn Monroe and The Kennedy’s Marilyn Monroe die after a taped of an argument she had with Robert Kennedy

and Peter Lawford. She was taped by Fred Otash a famous hollywood detective .“She said she was passed around like a piece of meat. It was a violent argument about their relationship and the commitment and promises he made to her. As for the famous wiretapping of Monroe and JFK having sex, Otash fessed up to Vanity Fair right before he died in 1992. “I would have kept it quiet all my life. But all of a sudden, I’m looking at FBI files and CIA files with quotes from my investigators telling them about the work they did on my behalf,” he said. “It’s stupid to sit here and deny that these things are true. Yes, we did have [Lawford’s house] wired. Yes, I did hear a tape of Jack Kennedy f–ing Monroe. But I don’t want to get into the moans and groans of their relationship. They were having a sexual relationship—period.”

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‘People around the world have always been more impressed by the power of our example than by the example of our power.’ Bill Clinton

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ing overflights of strategic areas such as the South China Sea. Two J-20 stealth fighter jets perform at an air show in Guangdong province last year. Although they are among China’s most advanced planes, they still rely on Russian engines. China is stepping up its efforts to develop new weaponry ranging from guns to fighter jets to challenge US dominance, according to Chinese military officials. The effort is in line with Beijing’s drive to modernize its military and improve combat readiness as the armed forces prepare for a high-profile show of strength later this year in a parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic. “We are now more focused on boost-

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God was missing for six days. Eventually, Michael the archangel, found him resting on the seventh. He inquired, --- “Where have you been?” God smiled deeply and proudly pointed downwards through the clouds,---- “Look, Michael. Look what I’ve made.” Archangel Michael looked puzzled, and said, ---- “What is it?” “It’s a planet,” --- replied God, --- and I’ve put life on it. I’m going to call it Earth and it’s going to be a place to test ‘Balance.’” “Balance?” --- inquired Michael, ---- “I’m still confused.” God explained, pointing to different parts of Earth. “For example, northern Europe will be a place of great opportunity and wealth, while southern Europe is going to be poor. Over here I’ve placed a continent of white people, and over there is a continent of black people. Balance in all things...” God continued pointing to different countries. --- “This one will be extremely hot, while this one will be very cold and covered in ice.” The Archangel, impressed by God’s work, then pointed to a land area and said, --“What’s that one?” “That’s Texas, the most glorious place on earth. There are beautiful trees and gardens, a beautiful river, and days filled with sunshine. The people from Texas are going to be handsome, modest, intelligent, and humorous, and they are going to travel the world. They will be extremely sociable, hardworking, high achieving, carriers of peace and producers of good things.” Michael gasped in wonder and admiration, but then asked, --- “But what about balance, God? You said there would be ‘balance’”

puts on her robe and goes downstairs to look for him. She finds him sitting at the kitchen table with a cup of coffee in front of him. He appears deep in thought, just staring at the wall. She watches as he wipes a tear from his eye and takes a sip of coffee. “What’s the matter, dear?” she whispers as she steps into the room. “Why are you down here at this time of night?” The husband looks up, “Do you remember 20 years ago when we were dating, and you were only 17?” he asks solemnly. The wife is touched, thinking her husband is so caring and sensitive. “Yes, I do,” she replies. The husband pauses. The words are not coming easily. “Do you remember when your father caught us in the backseat of my car?” “Yes, I remember,” says the wife, lowering herself into a chair beside him. The husband continues, “Do you remember when he shoved a shotgun in my face and said, “Either you marry my daughter, or I will send you to jail for 20 years!” “I remember that too,” she replies softly. He wipes another tear from his cheek and says, “I would have gotten out today!”

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HOMELESS MAN

A man was walking through a rather seedy section of town, when a bum walked up to him and asked the man for two dollars.

“You reek of alcohol and you’ve puked all over yourself! My God, you’re disgusting!” Speaking very carefully so as not to slur, John says, “Nowainaminit, I can e’splain everytin! Ish snot wha chew tink. I only had a cuppla drrrinks. But thiss other guy got ssick on me. He had one too many and he juss couldin hold hizz liquor. He said he was ver rry sorry an’ gave me twenny bucks for da cleanin’ bill!” Julie looks in the breast pocket and says, “But this is forty bucks.” “Oh, yeah…I almos’ fergot, he peed in my pants, too!

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WORM

A father was trying to teach his young son the evils of alcohol. He put one worm in a glass of water and another worm in a glass of whiskey. The worm in the water lived, while the one in whiskey curled up and died. “All right, son.” asked the father, “what does that show you?” “Well, Dad, it shows that if you drink alcohol, you will not have worms.”

The bum replied, “No.” Then the man asked, “Will you gamble it away?” The bum said, “No.” Then the man asked the bum, “Will you come home with me so my wife can see what happens to a man who doesn’t drink or gamble?”

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So they stay for another couple of hours and get even drunker. Eventually John rolls into home and Julie starts to give him a hard time.

the street with one foot on the curb and one foot in the gutter.

The man asked, “Will you buy booze?”

God smiled, --- “I will create California… Wait till you see the idiots I’ll put there.”

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