Sunday, August 20, 2017


Bannon plans to target Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump and Gary Cohn, and he’ll throw in an Irishman, H.R. McMaster, to show he’s not anti-Semitic

August 20, 2017

Ousted from the White House, a thoroughly pissed off Steve Bannon promised to declare war on the ‘West Wing Democrats’ who he blames for killing “the Trump presidency that we fought for, and won.”

Bannon, who has long been accused of anti-Semitism, will target Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump and chief economic adviser Gary Cohn, those damn Jews in the West Wing. He’ll also throw in an Irishman, national security adviser H.R. McMaster, to show he’s not anti-Semitic.

Bannon also plans to go after “Establishment Republicans” House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senator Majority leader Mitch McConnell.

The ousted Trump aide is returning to his roots at Breitbart, a far-right website. Bannon is likely to be a wrecking ball, much to the delight of the Democrats.

Bannon claims credit for Trump’s election triumph, but the president will rue the day he ever associated himself with this asshole.


by Bob Walsh

Maria Chappelle-Nadal is, at least for the nonce, a member of the legislature of the great state of Missouri. In a back-and-forth over non-public Facebook page she wished that President Trump would be assassinated. Pretty much every major politician in the state is calling for her resignation, even those in her own Democrat party. She is, so far, declining to do so.

In an interview with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Ms. Chapelle-Nadal allowed as how what she said was "wrong" and has since said she didn't really mean it. She stated her thoughts were due to frustration over President Trumps comments over the hoorah in Charlottesville. She also worked in a comment about the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, which is in her constituency.

She also said she would apologize when Trump apologized. It is unknown whether or not the Secret Service has had a word with her lately.


by Bob Wash

A female police officer on foot patrol with her partner terminally rehabilitated four of five jihadi goat fuckers in the seafront city of Cambrils.

The officer and her partner were on foot patrol about 1 a.m. when the Audi A-3 carrying five goat fucker terrorists came barreling thru, running down and injuring her partner while killing one citizen and injuring others.

The goat fuckers then bailed out and charged the female officer. She killed four of the five with her H&K 9mm pistol. The fifth goat fucker then ran like a scalded cat into a nearby park where he was shot to death by other officers. It took 15 rounds to bring down #5, who appeared to be cranked out of his gourd.

All of them were wearing fake suicide vests, using coke cans as fake explosive. Clearly we need coke can control. . .


Girl, 17, crashed car into Clinton County, Indiana home while high on opiates, traveling 107 mph and killing two sisters inside the house

Fox 59
August 18, 2017

CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. – A teen accused of crashing a car into a Clinton County home and killing two sisters was under the influence and driving 107 miles per hour, according to court documents.

Alia Sierra, 17, was waived to adult court. She faces the following charges:

*2 counts reckless homicide (level 5 felony )
*2 counts causing death when operating a motor vehicle with a schedule I or II controlled substance (level 5 felony)
* 2 counts causing death when operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (level 5 felony)
*1 count causing serious bodily injury when operating a vehicle while intoxicated (level 5 felony )
*1 count causing serious bodily injury when operating a vehicle with a schedule I or II substance in the body (level 5 felony)
*1 count criminal recklessness (level 6 felony)
*1 count criminal mischief (level 6 felony)

Police say Sierra crashed into a home just before 9:30 p.m. on July 12 in the 4900 block of West County Road 300 North.

Two sisters, 17-year-old Haleigh Fullerton and 8-year-old Callie Fullerton, were watching TV in the living room when they were hit by the car. They were killed on impact.

"You do everything that you can to keep your child safe. Your child is at home, they are in the living room, you know where they are and what they are doing and then within a matter of seconds, they are done. There is nothing that can bring that back for the family," said Clinton County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Christine Smith.

The girls’ mother, Bridget Fullerton, was walking into the room as the car came crashing through the home; she was flown by helicopter to an Indianapolis-area hospital for treatment. She is expected to make a full recovery.

According to court documents, Sierra was driving a white 2007 Honda Accord at the time of the crash. One of the passengers in the car with Sierra told her to slow down prior to the crash. Another passenger told police he repeatedly asked to be let out of the vehicle. He said Sierra told them her car was “the beast” and talked about how fast it could go.

Sierra went off the roadway when she hit a bump and swerved to miss a tree. Investigators determined she was traveling at least 107 miles per hour when her car left the roadway.

Police conducted a urine screen after the crash, and she tested positive for opiates.

Sierra's lawyer Steven Knecht tells us he is surprised that the teen is being charged as an adult and is pushing to get the case back to juvenile court.

The Clinton County Prosecutors office tells us the evidence, in this case, will prevent that move.

"The matter has been waived into adult court however we anticipate an appeal being filed regarding that waiver order," said Steven Knecht.

"It is tragic on both sides. It is tough for the defendant and her family and the Fullerton's...I don't think that viewers can imagine what they are going through right now," said Chief Deputy Prosecutor Smith.


Golden retriever discovers $85,000 worth of black tar heroin in Oregon backyard

by KATU News
August 18, 2017

YAMHILL COUNTY, Ore. – A golden retriever’s owners thought their dog found a time capsule in their backyard when he started digging one day. Instead, he discovered approximately $85,000 worth of black tar heroin, the Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office said.

“Kenyon” the dog was 18 months old when he started unburying something in his family’s yard in early August.

When his owners found a package underground, they told authorities they thought it was a time capsule and they filmed themselves opening it.

Soon after opening the packaged, they realized it was not a time capsule, but instead some type of drug.

The Yamhill County Sheriff’s Officer responded and identified the substance as over 15 ounces of black tar heroin. Sheriff Tim Svenson praised Kenyon for his backyard discovery.

Svenson presented him with an official Yamhill County K9 citation ribbon and named him an honorary narcotics K9 for life.


Could Newborn Heart Stem Cells Jump-Start Old Hearts? Rat study suggests they can, but animal research doesn't always pan out in humans

Health Day Newa
August 15, 2017

Stem cells from young hearts might breathe new life into aging ones, research in rats suggests.

In the study, a special type of stem cells was taken from the hearts of newborn rats and injected into the hearts of old rats, average age 22 months. Other rats from the same age group were given saline shots instead.

Baseline heart function was measured in all the rats, using echocardiograms, treadmill stress tests and blood analysis. The group of older rats underwent an additional round of testing one month after receiving the stem cells from the hearts of the young rats.

The old rats who were given stem cells showed better heart function, a 20 percent increase in exercise capacity and, oddly enough, an improved ability to regrow hair.

"Our previous lab studies and human clinical trials have shown promise in treating heart failure using cardiac [heart] stem cell infusions," said co-primary investigator Dr. Eduardo Marban, director of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Heart Institute in Los Angeles.

"Now we find that these specialized stem cells could turn out to reverse problems associated with aging of the heart," he said in an institute news release.

"The way the cells work to reverse aging is fascinating," Marban added. "They secrete tiny vesicles that are chock-full of signaling molecules such as RNA and proteins. The vesicles from young cells appear to contain all the needed instructions to turn back the clock."

But more research is needed, the investigators said.

"This study didn't measure whether receiving the [specialized] cells extended life spans, so we have a lot more work to do," added co-primary investigator Dr. Lilian Grigorian-Shamagian. She is a postdoctoral researcher at Cedars-Sinai.

"We have much to study, including whether [heart stem cells] need to come from a young donor to have the same rejuvenating effects," Grigorian-Shamagian explained.

The findings were published Aug. 14 in the European Heart Journal.