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I was addicted to the hokey pokey, but I turned myself around!

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Sanders vs Trump?

 Dear Readers:

Image result for donald trumpImage result for bernie sandersAfter much thought and deliberation, intense scrutiny by the Perspective Research Department, and extended grappling with the Naked News Staff, [sic] we have come to the conclusion that the best, most interesting and most promising election campaign this fall in the United States would be between Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump!!!

(With Bernie winning of course!)

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Talk about a trophy wife!

Ladies and gentlemen, we normally don't do celebrity crap on these pages unless it's something out of the ordinary or just plain too funny, but I think this might qualify since it reminds me of when Jackie Kennedy married Onassis! 
Jerry Hall and Rupert Murdoch, seen here arriving at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., Sunday, are engaged to be married.
They only met last summer – but now media mogul Rupert Murdoch, 84, and former supermodel Jerry Hall, 59, say they're planning a wedding. The pair announced their upcoming nuptials in Britain's The Times, which Murdoch owns.
Murdoch, the billionaire executive chairman of the News Corporation, and Hall, the former partner of Mick Jagger, "have been dating since late summer," The Times reports.
 According to The Times, Hall and Murdoch had their first outing as a couple in October, at the final of the rugby World Cup. They also appeared at the Golden Globe Awards over the weekend.
 http://fortune.com/2016/01/12/rupert-murdoch-is-getting-married-to-jerry-hall/

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 Since we're on the subject of famous people: Actor Sean Penn may or may not be subject to prosecution stemming from his secret meeting with convicted drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, legal experts tell PEOPLE magazine.

The question now is whether Penn will face charges for his dealings with Guzman, who was a fugitive from American authorities on drug trafficking charges.

Will Sean Penn Be Prosecuted for Abetting Convicted Drug Kingpin El Chapo?"There is no criminal liability for seeing something illegal and not reporting it." He added, "If Sean Penn did nothing more than visit and report, he is protected by the First Amendment, and is in the clear."

If, however, Penn arranged profit or gain for Guzman – Guzman allegedly met with Penn because he was interesting in making a biopic about his life – the actor could be in trouble. "A prosecutor could frame that as aiding and abetting," Rothstein says.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/will-sean-penn-face-legal-853908

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Image result for muslim protestersNearly two weeks after an unprecedented wave of crime on the streets of Cologne, the city has become the center of the debate over Germany’s policy on asylum-seekers: A report released Sunday found the suspects in the New Year’s Eve assaults were “almost exclusively” migrants.

AND: Another report claims that there was collusion between different groups in different cities ....., this seems to suggest it was a series of orchestrated attacks! 

Put that in your pipe and smoke it! (Or read the next article.)

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AND WHILE WE'RE ON THE SUBJECT:




A New Target For ISIS Tourists: A deadly suicide attack on German visitors in the heart of Istanbul may indicate a chilling new strategy by ISIS sleeper cells in Turkey.


There is growing concern that Tuesday’s suicide bombing could be the starting point of a new ISIS offensive. “ISIS will target Turkey in 2016 and is aiming to proclaim a Turkey province in February or March,” journalist Mete Sohtaoglu wrote on Twitter.




ISTANBUL — A suspected ISIS suicide bomber killed 10 tourists in the heart of Turkey’s largest city on Tuesday, sending a chilling message to the country that borders on the self-styled jihadist caliphate.
The blast took place in the historic neighborhood of Sultanahmet, home to the Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sophia and other top destinations for the more than 10 million tourists that visit Istanbul every year. A group of tourists, most of them Germans, had gathered at the so-called Hippodrome, the site of ancient chariot races, at around 10:20 am local time when a 28-year-old man joined the group and triggered the explosives he was carrying with him.
 Tuesday’s bombing follows a spate of ISIS suicide attacks in Ankara and near the Syrian border last year that killed more than 130 people, and it is the first attack to directly target foreign nationals and the tourism industry that generates billions of dollars every year. Last year’s attacks killed Turkish citizens—leftist and Kurdish activists, seen as apostates by the jihadists.
 Rescue teams gather at the scene after an explosion at Sultanahmet square in Istanbul, Turkey January 12, 2016. The suicide bomber who killed at least 10 foreigners in the heart of Istanbul's historic tourist district on Tuesday, most of them German, was a foreign member of Islamic State, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said.


http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/istanbul-bombing-tuesday-1.3399694

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AND FINALLY: One last thing to remind you what we are fighting against.

ISIS fighters who fled to the terror group’s Iraqi stronghold of Mosul after being defeated in Ramadi were burned alive in the town square, sources told FoxNews.com, in an unmistakable message to fighters who may soon be defending the northern city from government forces.

 http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/01/12/isis-burns-fighters-alive-for-letting-ramadi-fall.html