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20 Jun 19
FOX59

[ooyala player_id=”eb6ba12b8e8a4e72b590a076c86d82fe” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”A5YjUyOju0deP9y9BK28b-61JYT5″ code=”l4eHcwaTE6Qm8ef_Z74bpomWAKC4q7tv”] MONTGOMERY, Ind. – It’s been one of the wettest Junes in recent history, but one southern Indiana boy isn’t letting the weather rain on his parade. Miller Thompson of Montgomery made the best out of a bad situation by turning a flowing creek near his home into “corn […]

20 Jun 19
Linda Adkins

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20 Jun 19
MyStateline | WTVO | WQRF | Eyewitness News | Rockford, Illinois
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — President Donald Trump jabbed at the press and poked the political establishment he ran against in 2016 as he kicked off his reelection campaign with a grievance-filled rally focused more on settling scores than laying out his agenda for a possible second term. Addressing a crowd of thousands at Orlando’s Amway Center on Tuesday night, Trump complained he was “under assault from the very first day” of his presidency by a “fake news media” and an “illegal witch hunt” that had tried to keep him and his supporters down. He painted a disturbing picture of what life would look like if he loses in 2020, accusing his critics of “un-American conduct” and saying Democrats “want to destroy you and they want to destroy our country as we know it.” “A vote for any Democrat in 2020 is a vote for the rise of radical socialism and the destruction of the American dream,” he said. Trump made only passing mention of any of the Democrats running to replace him even as he tossed out “radical” and “unhinged” to describe the rival party. Trump has long railed against the special counsel’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and the ongoing probes by House Democrats in the aftermath of Robert Mueller’s report . The apocalyptic language and finger-pointing made clear that Trump’s 2020 campaign will probably look a whole lot like his run three years ago. Even after two-and-a-half years in the Oval Office, Trump remains focused on energizing his base and offering himself as a political outsider running against Washington. Republican Party Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel tweeted Wednesday morning that Trump had raised $24.8 million in less than 24 hours for his reelection. In his speech, Trump spent considerably more time focused on former Democratic rival Hillary Clinton than on his current 2020 challengers, even though she is not on the ballot. Thousands of Trump supporters began gathering outside the arena on Monday. “Trump has been the best president we’ve ever had,” said Ron Freitas, a retired Merchant Marine and registered Democrat from Orlando. Hundreds of anti-Trump protesters clapped and took photos when a 20-foot (6-meter) blimp of a snarling Trump baby in a diaper was inflated. Some members of the far-right hate group Proud Boys were also spotted marching outside the rally. Trump aides scheduled the kickoff near the four-year anniversary of the day when the former reality television star and New York tabloid fixture launched his longshot campaign for president with a famous escalator ride in front of a crowd that included paid actors. Trump spoke fondly of his 2016 race, calling it “a defining moment in American history.” He said that in the years since, he had upended Washington, staring down “a corrupt and broken political establishment” and restoring a government “of, for and by the people.” He never has really stopped running. He filed for reelection on Jan. 20, 2017, the day of his inauguration, and held his first 2020 rally in February, 2017, in nearby Melbourne. He has continued holding his signature “Make America Great Again” rallies in the months since. Trump asked the crowd whether he should stick with “Make America Great Again” or upgrade his slogan. His new one — “Keep America Great” — was greeted with boisterous cheers. Trump is hoping to replicate the dynamics that allowed him to take charge of the Republican Party and then the presidency as an insurgent intent on disrupting the status quo. In 2016, he successfully appealed to disaffected voters who felt left behind by economic dislocation and demographic shifts. He has no intention of abandoning that mantle, even if he is the face of the institutions he looks to disrupt. The president underscored that on the eve of the rally in must-win Florida, returning to the hardline immigration themes of his first campaign by tweeting that next week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement “will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal alienswho have illicitly found their way into the United States.” That promise, which came with no details and sparked Democratic condemnation, seemed to offer a peek into a campaign that will largely be fought along the same lines as his first bid, with very few new policy proposals for a second term. Early Democratic front-runner Joe Biden said Trump’s politics are “all about dividing us” in ways that are “dangerous — truly, truly dangerous.” Another leading Democratic contender, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, said Trump had delivered “an hour-and-a-half speech of lies, distortions and total, absolute nonsense.” But those involved in the president’s reelection effort believe his version of populism, combined with his mantra to “Drain the Swamp,” still resonates, despite his administration’s ties with lobbyists and corporations and the Trump family’s apparent efforts to profit off the presidency. Critics have pointed out his constant promotion for his golf courses, both at home and abroad, and note that this daughter, White House senior aide Ivanka Trump, made $4 million last year from her stake in the president’s Washington hotel, which has become a favored destination for foreign nationals looking to curry favor with the administration. Advisers believe that, in an age of extreme polarization, many Trump backers view their support for the president as part of their identity, one not easily shaken. They point to his seemingly unmovable support with his base supporters as evidence that he is still viewed the same way he was as a candidate: a political rebel. Trump tried to make the case that he had made good on his 2016 promises, including cracking down on illegal immigration and boosting jobs. Near the rally’s end, Trump ran through a list of promises for a second term, pledging a new immigration system, new trade deals, a health care overhaul and a cure for cancer and “many diseases,” including eradicating AIDS in America. ___ Lemire reported from New York. Associated Press writers Kevin Freking, Josh Replogle, Zeke Miller and Juana Summers contributed to this report. For more local news, download the MyStateline app (iOS) or (Android) and subscribe with Alexa.Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram! 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20 Jun 19
Ad Astra, Nomad

AS Drama & Theatre Studies Monologue piece: All My Sons by Arthur Miller. Ann Deever in Act 3.

20 Jun 19
Notes from the West

Laugh and the world laughs with you.     For too long, U.S. foreign policy has shamefully ignored our allies under the sea — extremely buff aquatic mammals like King Triton, ghosts who live in haunted shipwrecks, squid. But no more. President Trump, it seems, has finally opened diplomatic talks with the ocean’s Biggest Boys: […]

20 Jun 19
Woodrow Anderson

Contents Kicks 5215 followers Jollibee franchise ranges 2011–present) – franchise league Twenty20 championships (2018-present Where To Franchise Coco Milk Tea Franchise kicks 5215 followers, 637 Following, 129 Posts – See Instagram photos and videos from Clint Miller (@franchisekicks) Discover Franchise Kicks T-Shirt from Franchise Kicks, a custom product made just for you by Teespring. With […]

20 Jun 19
Calgary Herald

Another Calgary watering hole on 17th Avenue S.W. is closing its doors due to construction woes and climbing property taxes, but the staff at Home & Away say “this isn’t goodbye, this is see ya later” as the bar prepares to open in a new downtown location. Sarmad Rizvi, managing partner of the sports and […]

20 Jun 19
The Phantom of the Bookshelf

Reader, it is officially summer (basically. In one day it is). Summer is a time of fun and relaxation, of sunshine and swimming and just basically chilling. Or it would be if it would ever stop raining and the mosquitos would go away. Regardless, summer is a time for lighter things, for more frothy, less […]

20 Jun 19
VeganRecipesToday

GETTING INTO A HEALTHY EVE ROUTINE WAS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTORS IN HELPING ME ACHIEVE MY GOALS OF GETTING LEAN.

20 Jun 19
Kailani Team

Contents Kicks 5215 followers Jollibee franchise ranges 2011–present) – franchise league Twenty20 championships (2018-present Where To Franchise Coco Milk Tea Franchise kicks 5215 followers, 637 Following, 129 Posts – See Instagram photos and videos from Clint Miller (@franchisekicks) Discover Franchise Kicks T-Shirt from Franchise Kicks, a custom product made just for you by Teespring. With […]

20 Jun 19
WKBN
GREENFORD, Ohio (WKBN) – With the 40th annual Penn-Ohio Stateline Classic all-star game kicking off in just one-week, former players and coaches gathered Tuesday night at the South Range football field while the two teams practiced on the field.  The players and coaches were recognized, took group photos, and were fed at the conclusion. Approximately 80 players and coaches who participated in the game attended the event.  Players from as early as the second game in 1981 attended the recognition, while Artie Altomare and John Gecina who coached the first game were also in attendance.  Altomare and Gecina are honorary captains for the Ohio team in the contest next week. Dave Skinner has the distinction of both playing and coaching in the game as he was named to the Ohio team in 1981 following a successful career at Southern Local.  Skinner fondly remembered his experience in the game in which the Ohio team beat the Keystoners 21-14 at Geneva College. “The tone for the game was set when they were announcing the line-ups.  Brett (Elliott) from Springfield-Jefferson comes to the fifty (yard line), and the next player from PA comes to the 40 and points at him.  Brett went nuts and I went and grabbed Brett.  Next kid was Ed Smith from Springfield-Jefferson.  Same thing.  I had to go grab Eddy so we didn’t have a brawl before the game starts.  The tone was set,” Skinner stated. “PA was big, they had kids going to big-time schools and we had Kirk Loudermilk going to Ohio State and Kevin Powell going to YSU, but everybody else we had were D-3 guys,” Skinner added.  “At halftime, it was 7-7 and we came out and beat them 21-14.  And Brett Elliott actually caught the game-winning touchdown which was kind of karma.” “The game is pretty easy to remember,” Skinner remarked.  “It was a lot of fun, but we understood real quick.  We had a loose group, we had a bunch of tough guys.  Everybody just bonded so well.  There was no ill will amongst anybody on the team.  And our coaching staff was pretty top notch.” “It’s one of the best all-star games around,” Skinner, who coached in the game in 2005 and 2010 proclaimed.  “The North-South Game is Ohio against Ohio, but this is Ohio against Pennsylvania and there’s not a whole lot of love lost in the game.” Another early participant in the contest was Deon Miller from South Range who played in the 1987 game which was also played at Geneva.  Miller also has a son Ryan who participated in the game in 2015. “I can’t tell you what I did today at work, but I can tell you what plays I ran, what scenarios were in the game, and what the score was.  That’s how much I loved football back in those days,” Miller admitted. Miller still sees former teammates both from South Range and from the Ohio team, “Chris Hoff and Eric Hammer played with me (from South Range).  There were a few guys from West Branch I’ll run into at the Salem Community Center.  There’s a couple of guys in the medical field working in the hospitals, and I’m in medical sales so we like to reminisce and talk about the good old days.” “Pennsylvania won 14-6.  It was a really good game, but it was really hot that day and we were a little light on personnel.  Some of us had to go both ways,” Miller said about the game.  “They had more than a few D-1 kids, and I remember guarding a kid going to Penn State who went on to play wide receiver there.” “It was a lot of fun,” Springfield’s former 2012 all-star linebacker Ryan Stacy remarked.  “The thrilling part was that Ohio won that year.  I don’t remember the score, I couldn’t tell you.  But there are still some guys I see and we look back and talk about the game.  It was a good time.” “It was actually played at Springfield,” Stacy said.  “There really isn’t too much I recall from the game, but it was scrappy and all the Ohio guys had each other’s back.  It didn’t matter what school you’re from, we were pretty much one team.  It was a good time.” The Penn-Ohio Stateline Classic Game will be played at Geneva College in Beaver Falls next Wednesday with kickoff set for 7 pm.
20 Jun 19
Natural Nana

The only way we, as parents, can protect our babies is if we do our homework and learn as much as possible about the contents of these injections. Only then can we make a truly informed choice. In the meantime, in order to stop big pharma from pursuing their insidious agenda, the 1986 NVCIA must […]

20 Jun 19
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NFL’s top medical experts believe they can take the knowledge of college football physicians and trainers and the research from the NCAA to make football safer — together. Dr. Allen Sills and Jeff Miller, the NFL’s executive vice president for health and safety initiatives, spent Monday and Tuesday in Indianapolis sharing […]

20 Jun 19
Pleasanton Racing and Off-Track Betting

By Lucky Kalanges Tomorrow I’ll have the privilege of joining Pleasanton Racing Publicist Dennis Miller and race-caller Chris Griffin in front of the Stella Artois Grandstand to talk about Thursday’s seven-race card. As preparation for that conversation, here’s my thoughts on each race heading into tomorrow’s program. Race 1 – Mules, 3-years-old and upward, 350 […]

20 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Highlights: Williamson leads Kiwis to victory over SA The finale is over. Your team needs eight runs for the win. It is tense. So what are you doing? If you're Kane Williamson, hit the game's first six games to reach a century and put your team in a win. With 106 of 138 balls in […]