What Has Been Happening in America

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

Dateline: Fort Myers, Florida

A man was apprehended at the airport who attempted to bring a loaded revolver onto an airplane.

 

Dateline: Washington, D.C.

The Trump Administration announces plans to remove TSA checkpoints at more than 100 minor airports.

 

Dateline: Columbia, S.C.

Fifteen federal soldiers were hospitalized when lightning struck nearby during their military training exercise.

 

Dateline: Charlotte, N.C.

In a narrow 6 to 5 vote, Charlotte’s City Council decided to continue their bid to host the 2020 Republican National Convention.

 

Dateline: Raleigh, N.C.

A historical mural has been defaced with references to slavery, World War II, and the Civil War.

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In the North American Wild West . . .

Dateline: Carson City, Nevada

Nicoli Trutanich has been nominated by President Trump to be Nevada’s next United States Attorney General.

 

Dateline: Los Angeles, California

A former Republican congressional aide, Michael Kimbrew, has received a sentence of 18 months in prison for accepting a $5,000 bribe.

 

Dateline: Laramie, Wyoming

“The World Needs More Cowboys” is the battle cry of the University of Wyoming’s half a million-dollar marketing campaign.

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In the American Heartland . . .

Dateline: Willard, Ohio

Two men who hopped a freight train were arrested after they phoned 911 to report that their train was moving too fast

Dateline: Kirkwood, Missouri

A Lamborghini erupted in flames at a gas station after a minivan driver pulled away with the nozzle from the gas pump attached.

Dateline: Indianapolis, Indiana

173 of 289 public schools, as of mid-July, have signed up to receive handheld metal detectors.

Dateline: Peru, Indiana

State Police busts have netted what they call “Donald J. Trump-shaped” ecstasy pills.

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Remembering All the Days POTUS as Spent at Trump Resorts instead of the WH

 

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Elsewhere in the United States of America . . .

Dateline: Denver, Colorado

JBS-USA, the nation’s largest meat producer, has suspended shipments from a pig farm where workers were caught on undercover video hitting, beating, ridiculing, cussing at, kicking, and throwing pigs.

 

Dateline: Los Angeles

Silver Lake Medical Center is suspected of discharging hundreds of homeless patients and dumping sick people back on the streets. The Center has agreed to pay a $550,000.00 legal settlement.

 

 

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In the North American Wild West . . .

Dateline: Salt Lake City, Utah

Police are looking for owner of a loaded .380-pistol found on a baby changing table in the aquarium women’s bathroom. Authorities are unsure whether to file charges but are determined to return the gun to its owner.

 

Dateline: Tacoma, Washington

A group dedicated to fighting white supremacy in the community is behind a new billboard that reads, “There are Nazis in Our Neighborhood.” The group has already removed offensive fliers and protested a local business.

 

Dateline: Reno, Nevada

A suspected drunken driver was arrested going the wrong way on Interstate 80 after side-swiping two cars, including a Nevada Highway Patrol cruiser. The driver eventually exited the freeway, lost control and crossed four lanes of traffic before stopping on the sidewalk.

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

 

Dateline: Auburn, Maine

The local police department is going to start shaming shoplifters by posting mug shots online in order to deal with their “out-of-control” problem.

 

Dateline: Waldo, Florida

After being #1 for almost a quarter of a century, the towns of Lawtey and Waldo are no longer being designated by AAA as “Traffic Traps.”

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Remembering Last Summer’s Solar Eclipse

 

In the American Heartland . .

Dateline: Columbus, Ohio

The Libertarian Party of Ohio has regained state recognition for the first time in nearly four years. Libertarians have submitted more than the 54,964 signatures need to regain ‘minor party’ status.

 

Dateline: Chattanooga, Tennessee

The state’s largest health insurers are cutting premiums for individual plans under the Affordable Care Act’s health care exchange market. Blue Shield plans a 10.9% reduction and Cigna premiums will drop 4.8%.

 

Dateline: Fargo, North Dakota

The Fargo Public Library is eliminating overdue fines for all children’s materials in an effort to increase literacy.

 

Dateline: Madison, Wisconsin

The state could rake in an additional $90 million in Internet sales taxes this fiscal year if lawmakers start collection this fall. $120 million is estimated to be Wisconsin’s take during 2019.

 

Dateline: Peru, Indiana

State Police drug busts have netted what they call “Donald J. Trump-shaped” ecstasy pills.

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Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

Dateline: Also in Chattanooga

Sixty-year-old Jonathan Manlove has filed a class-action lawsuit against Volkswagen’s auto plant claiming age discrimination.

 

Dateline: Las Vegas

Democrats are outpacing Republicans in voter registrations for a third straight month capturing an 8,623 to 5,830 edge over the G.O.P. in the county.

 

 

Dateline: Los Angeles

Silver Lake Medical Center is suspected of discharging hundreds of homeless patients and dumping sick people back on the streets. The Center has agreed to pay a $550,000.00 legal settlement.

 

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TWWTW: That Was the Week That Was in America

 

In the North American Wild West . . .

 

Dateline: Kennewick, Washington

Investigators are involved after a mower operator ran over a human body.

 

Dateline: Beeville, Texas

Police responded to a report of a snake coming out of a resident’s toilet.

 

Dateline: St. George, Utah

The Mormon motorcycle club – The Temple Riders – is celebrating its 30th anniversary. No details of what kind of shindig they will have.

 

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

 

Dateline: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Four peacocks escaped from the city zoo and caused a major traffic jam on I-76.

 

Dateline: Trenton, New Jersey

Former Governor Chris Christie opened up a new law firm. It is unclear what type of law he will be practicing.

Dateline: Trenton, New Jersey

President Trump finally declared the state a disaster area after storms during March 6 and 7 resulted in property damages of more than $20 million.

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Dateline: Palisades Park, New Jersey

Mayor Rotundo apologized for his mother’s racist Facebook post about Koreans.

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In the American Heartland . . .

 

Dateline: Kokomo, Indiana

Two children in the care of a 21-year-old woman tested positive for meth and THC and her infant was found severely malnourished.

 

Dateline: Trenton, New Jersey

July 27-29, 2018, has been set as the state’s “tax-free” holiday.

 

Dateline: Tupelo, Mississippi

19-year-old Nick Perkins won the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Competition and will represent the town at The Graceland event.

 

Dateline: Biloxi, Mississippi

Fish and game officials will not reopen the speckled trout season because catches reported by fishermen during the first part of the season sound fishy.

 

Dateline: Birmingham, Alabama

Deceased gubernatorial candidate Michael McAllister won more than 3,000 votes.

 

Dateline: Minneapolis, Minnesota

The state’s suicide crisis hotline is preparing to die at the end of June.

 

Dateline: Columbus, Ohio

The state cancelled a planned $1.1 billion Medicaid cut to hospitals.

 

Dateline: Box Elder, South Dakota

Fire investigators concluded that May’s fire that destroyed the Ultramax Ammunition Plant was started by accident.

 

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Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

 

Dateline: Long Island, New York

 

American Dustin Johnson after shooting rounds of 67 and 69 (4 under-par) leads the United States (golf) Open after 36 holes. Americans Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson, Matt Kuchar, Kevin Kisner, Spanyard Sergio Garcia, and Brit Rory McIlroy failed to make the cut. The 72-hole championship is due to conclude on Fathers’ Day.

 

 

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPNl1Dn_u0U

 

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“Self-Help” Books for Living Life with Love, Truth, Joy, Peace, and a Sense of Humor

Lessons I have learned from my dogs . . .

Reading, relaxing, and cooking ideas.

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Newly published, Lessons Learned From Dogs

Here are a few examples . . .

  •  On a hot day, drink water, and lie down under a shade tree.

           *      All work and no play is just plain no fun.

  •  Invite your dog to watch TV with you.

           *    If you wake up in the middle of the night, go right back to sleep.

  •  Humans cannot hear as well a dog. Maybe we need to listen harder?

           *     If what you need is buried, keep digging and you will find it.

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Another humorous book, this one about food, by D.A. Dailey:

Confessions of An Oenophile (wine lover) 

Comfort Foods for Dinner Guests and the Entire Family – There are many…

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The Dailey Sun~Chronicles: Volume 7, Issue 11 with News Bulletins Across the U.S.A.

TWWTW: That Was the Week That Was in America

 

In the North American Wild West . . .

Dateline: Aspen, Colorado

One dude pleaded guilty for throwing bottles of alcohol, bleach, and titanium oxide into the Roaring Fork River.

 

Dateline: Honolulu, Hawai’i

Japanese tourists, who interrupted a group of men injecting drugs in a restroom face $50,000.00 in medical costs from being assaulted.

 

Dateline: Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

The local resort estimates that 30,000 golf balls have accumulated on the floor of the lake bed near a floating golf green.

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

Dateline: Providence, Rhode Island

Laws are being written to prohibit leasing arrangements for pets.

Dateline: Albany, New York

A series of cybersecurity drills are being conducted to see how vulnerable the state’s election system is to hacking.

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In the American Heartland . . .

Dateline: Harrisburg, Arkansas

Mayor Millis is searching for a new police chief after demoting the previous on for ‘disrespectfulness.’

Dateline: Paw Paw, Michigan

Police were told of a man shot in the neck while searching for deer antlers. He was charged for filing a false felony report when it was learned that the ‘victim’ fell on an arrow.

Dateline: Topeka, Kansas

Ten stretches of memorial roadways are being designated to honor fallen state law enforcement officers.

 

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Brown Bear After Dad

 

Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

Dateline: Sarasota, Florida

A couple woke up to find a 300-pound alligator in their swimming pool.

 

 

Let it be: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyOs2abOYXg&feature=share

 

 

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That Was The Week That Was in the USA

In the North American Wild West . . .

 

Dateline: Las Vegas, Nevada [Carson City is the state capital]

 

Now the Golden Knights are down 1-3 in the Stanley Cup Finals. A backyard fire spread to three homes causing over $650K in damage. A winning $2 bet on Las Vegas will only recover (500 to 1) $1,000.

 

Dateline: Hobbs, New Mexico

 

Catholic Church is investigating reports that a statue or Our Lady of Guadalupe is weeping.

 

Dateline: Fairbanks, Alaska [ JEW-no is the state capital ]

 

State animal control have released a plan to reduce the number of fornicating rabbits since their population increased by 1,000%.

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“Let It Be” 

 

Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

 

Dateline: Columbia, South Carolina [state capital]

 

Lottery officials state that Christmas Day winners will not be paid $35 million in prizes because there was a glitch whereby everyone was made a winner.

 

Dateline: Orono, Maine

 

A new genetic strain is being released by the University of Maine of a gourmet item, “Pinto Gold.” Speculation is that it tastes more like pinto beans than potatoes.

 

 

Dateline: Richmond, Virginia [state capital]

 

Another month has been given to a commission that is deciding what to do with dozens of Confederate monuments.

 

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Dateline: Sarasota, Florida

 

The On Eternal Patrol Memorial Reef will be constructed on the ocean floor off the Gulf of Mexico to honor more than 4,000 submarine crewman, who have died since 1900. Critics wonder if the Trump Administration did the math underestimating the total number of human deaths.

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In the American Heartland . . .

 

Dateline: Oswego, Illinois [ no Chicago is not the state capital ]

 

The school principal issued a stout apology of a yearbook picture of cheerleaders under a banner headline “No one ugly allowed.”

 

 

Dateline: Lansing, Michigan [state capital]

 

Gasoline prices have risen 32 cents a gallon during the last month. State officials don’t realize that drivers in California have been paying more than $4.00 per gallon for many more months.

 

 

Dateline: Cleveland, Tennessee

 

Feds acknowledged that the did a DEA raid on a family’s home erroneously.

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Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

 

Dateline: Grand Junction, Colorado

 

A local state college – Colorado Mesa University – plans to build a campus specializing in culinary and hospitality programs for $15.7 million or less. Observers wonder why it will be located so far west within the state of Colorado and why it will be situated next to the region’s mental hospital.

 

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“Let It Be”  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyOs2abOYXg

In the North American Wild West . . .

Dateline: Las Vegas, Nevada [Carson City is the state capital]

Now the Golden Knights are down 1-3 in the Stanley Cup Finals. A backyard fire spread to three homes causing over $650K in damage. A winning $2 bet on Las Vegas will only recover (500 to 1) $1,000.

 

Dateline: Hobbs, New Mexico

The Catholic Church is investigating reports that a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe is weeping.

 

Dateline: Fairbanks, Alaska [ JEW-no is the state capital ]

State animal control have released a plan to reduce the number of fornicating rabbits since their population increased by 1,000%.

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

Dateline: Columbia, South Carolina [state capital]

Lottery officials state that Christmas Day winners will not be paid…

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The San Dailey Sun~Chronicles – Memorial Day 2018 Issue

 

“All the Good News”                                                                                                                                                                                          “News You Can Use”

“No Rumors, No Fakes – Just the Facts, Jack!”

“Newspapers are worth at least the price you pay; if it is free, it is worth nothing”

Volume VII, Issue 7             Monday, May 28, 2018                    ***** Edition  Only $1

 

TWWTW: That Was the Week That Was in America

 

In the North American Wild West . . .

 

Dateline: Cheyenne, Wyoming

For the first time in over 44 years, the Game and Fish Commission approved grizzly bear hunting. Opponents are disturbed that the animal’s population might grow extinct while being targeted by the NRA.

 

Dateline: Roswell, New Mexico

The Senior Special Olympics need 500 more volunteers for the scheduled games which run from July 18 to July 22, 2018.

 

Dateline: Denver, Colorado

A record was set in the sale of recreational marijuana. In March, it hit the $105 million mark.

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . .

Dateline: Tallahassee, Florida

The state crime rate has hit a 47 year all-time low. The shootings at high schools did not figure into the statistics.

Dateline: Providence, Rhode Island

The Roman Catholic diocese reports that no man has signed up for the Class of 2020 seminary school, which resumes this fall.

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In the American Heartland . .

Dateline: Indianapolis, Indiana

Besides the fact that a foreigner (Australian #12 Will Power) won the Indianapolis 500, some find it odd that Hoosier gas station owners are training staff to identify patrons and report them to police if they indeed think buyers are involved in human trafficking.

Dateline: Lincoln, Nebraska

A hearing is scheduled whether to restore Nebraska’s mountain lion hunting season. The season was stopped six years ago. Why? The NRA is looking into it.

Dateline: Bolivar, Missouri

87-year-old J. Donald Baker died after piloting a single engine airplane. The refuge landed at the Silo Ridge Golf Course. Observers wonder if he was late for his tee-time.

 

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Elsewhere in the United State of America . .

New Yorker Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize Championship!  Odds are unlikely that despite the efforts of two dozen Republican congresspersons, reigning President Donald J. Trump will receive any peace prize.

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Part III in a Series: Psychoanalysis of a Major Life-Changing Event (of an Ex-Wif)

Back to May Day ’18:

Some people think a new marriage is about money, others cite companionship as the #1 answer, and many point to greed.

Maybe it is due to fate. After all it is the Year of the Dog. But honestly, something doesn’t smell good here and I am not speaking of the other’s ass.

A neighbor told me it was a very convenient relationship of two divorcees. So a marriage of convenience seems like an idea worth thinking on for a pair of seniors.

I imagine money motivates some personalities. Financial insecurity is a big deal for many singles on a single income. Having a pension plan or significant 401K is something most Americans do not have.

Living with someone has both physical and economic security advantages. Love tends to be overrated, I suppose.

Excuse me, I am going to walk my dog and go take a cat nap.

 

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Major Golf Score = POTUS I.Q.

POTUS Donald J. Trump’s Most Notable Sporting Achievement During

His Nibbs’ U.S.A. Presidency

 

(FLORIDA – Earth Day Eve, Saturday, April 21, 2018) – While other living presidents were in Texas participating in former First Lady Barbara Bush’s funeral arrangements, the reigning elected President did something for the very first time. With the secret service attesting his score card, DJT scored equal to his intelligence quotient (IQ).

Pres Trump chipped to the 16th green and had enough. DJT picked up his golf ball and headed to his ‘oval office’ in Mirror-al-Lago, Florida. Neither the POTUS nor his Department of the Treasury caddies have revealed his nibb’s final score.

Speculation is that it approached a 70!

Trump’s actual IQ may be as low as 66.

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    White House Press Secretary for the WH was not available for comment and did not answer our phone calls or e-mails. She may have been playing in a foursome some distance behind DJT.

    Recognizing that there has been a significant rise in gasoline prices and Earth Day (1970-2018) was going to occur, his nibb’s signed two executive orders before he showered after his stunning round of golf.

One EX Order was to allow pollution and another was to aid oil companies to explore for petroleum – tax credits – even in national parks and nature preserves that exist on federally-owned lands.

The President’s overwhelmed personal physician, who now works double-time trying to micromanage the U. S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs, remains concerned about his patient’s skin cancer exposure, the prospect of providing care to thousands adversely affected by the renewed Trade War, Syrian military actions, and impending injuries and illnesses of troops involved in the war (aka military actions) versus Cuba.

Cuban leaders remain adamant that the WH cannot be trusted. Their newly appointed Communist Party leader and head-of-state replacing the Castro brothers is hoping that the imperialist Vice President and U. S. President will die shortly of carcinoma and rectal cancer, respectively.

 

 

 

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