$75,560: The Cost Of Housing A Prisoner For One Year In California

Californians have grown accustomed over the years to massively overpaying for public services and infrastructure projects.  That said, the cost of providing the best healthcare money can buy and luxurious accommodations to the state’s 130,000 prisoners is starting to move beyond outrageous, even by California standards.

Ex-CIA Agent: Intel Agencies Behind Leaks to Oust Trump Leaks politically-motivated blood sport to embarrass Trump

  Criminal elements inside U.S. intelligence agencies fueled leaks relating to the Manchester bombing as part of a “political war” against President Trump, says an ex-CIA agent. Matthew Burrows, who served 28 years with the CIA, said the consistent leaking of classified information has reached a fever pitch never before seen in America’s intelligence community. “It’sContinue reading “Ex-CIA Agent: Intel Agencies Behind Leaks to Oust Trump Leaks politically-motivated blood sport to embarrass Trump”

Teacher Wears Same Outfit to Picture Day for 40 Years

After a good long career in education, Dale Irby has retired. And so have his groovy shirt and sweater vest. In every school picture for the past 40 years, Dale wore the same 1970s-era polyester shirt and coffee-colored sweater. And let me just say he aged a whole lot better than his clothes did. ItContinue reading “Teacher Wears Same Outfit to Picture Day for 40 Years”

nvoy: 5,000 Chinese Join al-Qaeda, Islamic State, Other Jihadists in Syria

by Edwin Mora11 May 201763 An estimated 5,000 members of China’s Uighur, or Uyghur, minority group are waging jihad on behalf of the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), al-Qaeda, and other terrorist groups, according to Reuters, citing the Syrian ambassador to Beijing. “Our estimated numbers, because of the numbers we fight against, we kill, we capture, weContinue reading “nvoy: 5,000 Chinese Join al-Qaeda, Islamic State, Other Jihadists in Syria”

Trump Team Hails US-China Trade Deal As ‘Herculean Accomplishment’

China has agreed to open up its markets to U.S. financial firms and agriculture exports as part of a new bilateral trade agreement, in a decision the Trump administration called a “herculean accomplishment.” The deal will allow the U.S. to export beef to China and the latter to export cooked poultry to the U.S. Furthermore,Continue reading “Trump Team Hails US-China Trade Deal As ‘Herculean Accomplishment’”

Russian fighter jet comes with 20 feet of US Navy aircraft, official says

A Russian fighter jet flew alarmingly close to a U.S. Navy reconnaissance aircraft flying in the Black Sea on Tuesday — just one day before Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov visited Washington. The Russian jet came as close as 20 feet to the American aircraft and remained that close for five minutes, a U.S. defenseContinue reading “Russian fighter jet comes with 20 feet of US Navy aircraft, official says”

Man jailed for life after pouring paint down his girlfriend’s throat and burning her alive

Man jailed for life after pouring paint down his girlfriend’s throat and burning her alive  

Man charged with murdering girlfriend says she choked to death on his penis

  Man charged with murdering girlfriend says she choked to death on his penis

Actor, Trump Supporter Antonio Sabato Jr. Running For Congress in California

Soap opera star and Donald Trump supporter Antonio Sabato Jr. is set to make his own foray into politics with a run for Congress in California.

ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap: No ‘Evidence’ Kaepernick Has Been ‘Blackballed’ by the NFL

Thursday, ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap weighed in on quarterback Colin Kaepernick remaining unsigned as the NFL’s 2017 preseason minicamps approach. “First Take” host Molly Qerim asked Schaap if the free agent quarterback is being “blackballed” by NFL owners and that is why he continues to be without a team, but Schaap said he has not seen any evidenceContinue reading “ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap: No ‘Evidence’ Kaepernick Has Been ‘Blackballed’ by the NFL”

Comey firing could spur new review of Clinton case, immunity deals, ex-agent says

President Trump’s decision to fire James Comey touched off widespread speculation in Washington over what will happen to the FBI’s Russia meddling probe – but the prospect of new leadership at the bureau also could hold implications for the ‘closed’ Hillary Clinton email case. Brian Weidner, a veteran former FBI agent, suggested both the caseContinue reading “Comey firing could spur new review of Clinton case, immunity deals, ex-agent says”

Trump’s Top Intelligence Official Says Trump Has No Grand Plan to Protect US Elections

Preventing another Russian cyberattack does not seem to be a White House priority. President Trump meets with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, left, and Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the United States. Russian Foreign Ministry Photo via AP On Wednesday, as the political firestorm caused by President Donald Trump’s firing of FBI chief JamesContinue reading “Trump’s Top Intelligence Official Says Trump Has No Grand Plan to Protect US Elections”

Ways Training Your Team Can Pay Off Big

You may be losing revenue, customers and your best workers without knowing it by neglecting consistent, professional training. Every company pays for training. You can either pay for it up front or you pay for it through poor results at many times the cost of doing it right. People don’t think about it this way,Continue reading “Ways Training Your Team Can Pay Off Big”

‘Confused’ MSNBC Host Relentlessly Hammers Maxine Waters for Previous Comey Comments, And it is Glorious