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  3. Prince Andrew’s sex accuser says in a new interview that their first time in bed was quick and “disgusting.” “It didn’t last very long. The whole thing, procedure — it was disgusting,” Virginia Roberts Giuffre told the BBC in a sit-down that aired Monday. “He wasn’t mean or anything,” the now-36-year-old mom of three said of the prince. “He got up and said thanks and walked out. I sat there in bed and felt ashamed and dirty.” The former Jeffrey Epstein “sex slave” says Epstein sex-trafficked her to the prince three times, starting when she was 17 in 2001. Giuffre said she was instructed by Epstein’s socialite alleged fixer, Ghislaine Maxwell, to “do for Andrew what I do for Jeffrey — and that made me sick. “I just didn’t expect it from royalty,” Giuffre said of Andrew’s alleged participation. “I didn’t expect it from someone people look up to and admire in the royal family,” She said the day after she first had sex with Andrew, at Maxwell’s London pad,” Ghislaine said, ‘You did a really good job’ and pats me on the back and says, ‘You made him really happy.’ ” Giuffre had to briefly stop the interview at this point because she was crying. “It was a wicked time in my life,” Giuffre said. “I had just been abused by a member of the royal family. “I wasn’t chained to a sink. But these powerful people were my chains.” The development came as the report said there are now five more women who claim the prince witnessed young women giving men massages in Epstein’s homes, suggesting he was aware of potentially illegal behavior by Epstein. Both the prince and Maxwell have denied any wrongdoing. Epstein died in a Manhattan jail in August while being held on sex-trafficking charges.
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  5. Hillary Clinton acknowledged over the weekend that she is going to have to make up her mind “really quickly” about whether or not she’ll jump into the presidential race. During an appearance on Britain’s Graham Norton Show, Clinton was asked if she is going to run. Clinton was asked about one of the subjects in her book, USA soccer star Abby Wambach, who retired with the tagline “Forget Me.” Her intention was to leave the public stage and have someone else take her place. ‘Are you saying ‘Forget me’ now?” Graham asked. “Not yet,” Hillary replied to laughs and cheers. Conceding she has been “deluged” over the last few weeks about running again, Clinton added, “Right now, I’m not, at all, uh, you know, planning that.” “I’d have to make up my mind really quickly,” she said, “because it’s moving very fast.” Clinton has already missed the filing deadline for the New Hampshire primary. There is no deadline to be considered for the Iowa caucuses in early February.
  6. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (D) topped Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) in a new Hill-HarrisX poll of the Democratic presidential primary race. The survey released on Monday found that support for the former mayor ticked up from 3 percent to 6 percent among likely Democratic voters and Democratic-leaning independents. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), meanwhile, fell behind with 2 percent support, a two-point decrease. This marks the first Hill-HarrisX poll that has been taken since Bloomberg officially jumped into the 2020 race, though he was included as a possible candidate in a previous survey. However, Bloomberg still significantly trails the party’s current front-runners, former Vice President Joe Biden (D), Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D). All four contenders have vied for control of the top tier of the Democratic field for months. Biden still holds the lead, inching up one percentage point to 31 percent support. His fellow top rivals saw a slight dip, with Sanders dropping 3 points to 15 percent support and Warren sliding 5 percentage points to 10 percent. Buttigieg, who gained momentum in recent weeks, received 9 percent support, a two-point increase from the prior Nov. 16-Nov. 17 poll. Businessman Andrew Yang, Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro garnered 2 percent. The rest of the contenders in the crowded Democratic field received 1 percent in support or less. Another 3 percent said they were unsure. The survey comes in light of an ever-fluid Democratic primary race. Though the field recently expanded with the addition of Bloomberg and billionaire Tom Steyer, the primary also lost two candidates over the last few days. Former Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Pa.) and Montana Gov. Steve Bullock (D) each ended their 2020 White House bids after failing to gain traction in national polls. Sestak announced the news in a press release over the weekend, saying he was thankful for what he called an "endeavor filled with immeasurable wisdom, passions, humor and insights to, and from, the people of America." A day later, Bullock issued a statement announcing his own departure from the 2020 race. "While the concerns that propelled me to enter in the first place have not changed, I leave this race filled with gratitude and optimism, inspired and energized by the good people I've had the privilege of meeting over the course of the campaign,” he wrote. The Hill-HarrisX poll surveyed 1,001 registered voters between Nov. 1-Dec. 1. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points. —Tess Bonn
  7. A Marine veteran who served in Iraq and is running for Congress in California called out Colin Kaepernick on Monday for “pulling the racism and victim card.” Jeremy Staat, who also played in 31 NFL games across four seasons, wrote to supporters in a recent fundraising email that Kaepernick is a "national disgrace and I'm tired of seeing him celebrated like he's a hero." On Monday, Staat told “Fox & Friends that “[Kaepernick] knew what he was getting into when he decided to kneel and now he’s going to go ahead and capitalize" on his decision. He accused the former NFL quarterback of "essentially extorting the black community and using Nike as his little shiny horse, if you will, to ride in on." Staat’s comments came after Kaepernick spoke at the "Indigenous People's Sunrise Ceremony” also known as "Unthanksgiving," on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco. The event is intended to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Native Americans occupying the famous island, which previously served as the site of a federal prison. The protest, which began on November 20, 1969, lasted 19 months. "Spent the morning at the Indigenous People’s Sunrise Ceremony on the 50 year anniversary of the Occupation of Alcatraz," Kaepernick tweeted on Thanksgiving day. "The US government has stolen over 1.5 billion acres of land from Indigenous people. Thank you to my Indigenous family, I’m with you today and always." 16.4K people are talking about this Kaepernick is no stranger to controversy and has been out of the NFL since the 2016 season. He started a national firestorm when he decided to kneel during the national anthem before games to raise awareness about perceived social injustices across the U.S. He accused NFL owners in a grievance of blackballing him from the league because of the anthem protest, but the two sides settled earlier this year. Staat, who is running for Congress as a Republican in California’s 8th district, said that he is tired of veterans being treated as second-class citizens and that, instead of attacking law enforcement like Kaepernick, he wants to be part of the solution by helping President Trump in Congress. "If you want to be part of the solution, go out and find ways to make the problem better. Don't go out and attack individuals who are just doing their jobs," he said, adding that he wants to reform the V.A. but is not going to "attack" doctors and nurses at V.A. hospitals. Staat played alongside the late Pat Tillman at Arizona State before playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1998 to 2000. The former defensive end joined the Marine Corps in 2006 and deployed to Iraq the following year.
  8. Former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy responded Monday to former FBI attorney Lisa Page after she broke her silence in an interview with The Daily Beast. "When she says things need to be put in context, the word 'loathsome' really doesn't need to be put in context," Gowdy said on "The Story with Martha MacCallum." "And when you say somebody will be a national security disaster, that doesn't need to be put in context." Page spoke exclusively to The Daily Beast in a highly sympathetic profile published late Sunday, saying that President Trump's remarks had forced her to speak out. "I had stayed quiet for years hoping it would fade away, but instead it got worse,” Page said. “It had been so hard not to defend myself, to let people who hate me control the narrative. I decided to take my power back.” Page carried on an extramarital affair with former FBI head of counterintelligence Peter Strzok and exchanged anti-Trump text messages with him. Gowdy said the texts prove both Page and Strzok were "biased against" Trump. "These texts have been out there for, what, almost two years now? So your viewers are smart enough to read them and know that the lead FBI agent in the lead-up, your lawyer, were both biased against Donald Trump," Gowdy told MacCallum. "That's who was investigating him in 2016. I'm not sure how she thinks context is going to improve that." "Yep, she does have freedom of speech and we have the freedom to reject what she said and tell her we don't believe it," Gowdy added. Gowdy called the Democrats' reaction to Page and Strzok a "double standard" compared to their treatment of President Trump during the ongoing impeachment inquiry. "So to Democrats, all's well that ends well if it's Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. But if you get the aid and there's no investigation, that's not enough. It still may be impeachable. Just because we didn't like your process," Gowdy said. "That's duplicity, it's a double standard. And that's why the American people, I think, are completely unmoved thus far by the impeachment hearings of chairman [Adam] Schiff." The former congressman believes Democrats are continuing with impeachment as a way to take back control of the Senate in 2020. "This is not about removing Donald Trump from office because they know they're not going to be successful, "Gowdy said. "It's about shifting it to the Senate where you can put people like [Senators] Cory Gardner [of Colorado] and Martha McSally [of Arizona] and Thom Tillis [of North Carolina] in a really tough spot." "If they could win the Senate, even if they lose the White House in 2020, then he [Trump] is a neutered president," Gowdy added. "And I've always thought this is much more about the Senate than it is removing someone from office because they're not going to get a conviction in the Senate trial."
  9. President Trump went after former New York City mayor and 2020 Democratic hopeful Michael Bloomberg and The New York Times on Monday after the president's reelection campaign announced it would ban Bloomberg News from covering rallies and campaign events. 41.2K people are talking about this "Mini Mike Bloomberg has instructed his third rate news organization not to investigate him or any Democrat, but to go after President Trump, only," Trump tweeted. "The Failing New York Times thinks that is O.K., because their hatred & bias is so great they can’t even see straight. It’s not O.K.!" The Trump campaign announced its policy earlier Monday, days after the news outlet owned by the billionaire Democratic candidate said it would not investigate Bloomberg or his Democratic rivals but would continue to cover Trump in the usual way. “The decision by Bloomberg News to formalize preferential reporting policies is troubling and wrong,” Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale wrote in a statement. "Bloomberg News has declared that they won’t investigate their boss or his Democrat competitors, many of whom are current holders of high office, but will continue critical reporting on President Trump.” Parscale said he is “accustomed to unfair reporting practices” but Bloomberg News’ decision takes it too far because “most news organizations don’t announce their biases so publicly.” “Since they have declared their bias openly, the Trump campaign will no longer credential representatives of Bloomberg News for rallies or other campaign events,” Parscale continued. “We will determine whether to engage with individual reporters or answer inquiries from Bloomberg News on a case-by-case basis. This will remain the policy of the Trump campaign until Bloomberg News publicly rescinds its decision.” Bloomberg News pushed back against the Trump campaign's charge of the outlet having a "bias." "The accusation of bias couldn't be further from the truth. We have covered Donald Trump fairly and in an unbiased way since he became a candidate in 2015 and will continue to do so despite the restrictions imposed by the Trump campaign," Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait said in a statement. Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The New York Times, entered the fray Monday by blasting the Trump campaign's decision. "Bloomberg News is one of the largest and most influential news organizations in the world," Baquet said in a statement. "We condemn any action that keeps quality news media from reporting fairly and accurately on the presidency and the leadership of the country." Trump has repeatedly lashed out at the Times' coverage of him, calling it "fake news." In September, Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger said the president was "trying to delegitimize real news, dismissing factual and fair reporting as politically motivated fabrications."
  10. Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., on Monday downplayed leaked reports that said the Justice Department’s inspector general's probe into the start of the FBI's Russia investigation determined that there was enough information to justify the agency's probe into members of the Trump campaign. Meadows was asked about a report in the Washington Post that said Inspector General Michael Horowitz's report justified the FBI's action at the time. The New York Times, citing two unnamed sources, reported that the findings are expected to contradict some of the theories that President Trump has mentioned. The former chairman of the House's Freedom Caucus said that all the reports are "based on speculation on information which has been leaked." "There is little doubt in my mind that it will not be one the FBI’s finest days when the report is released," he said. "No one other than Horowitz and his team knows what’s in the report and they have left no stone unturned." The reports, if true, would be seen as a potential setback for Trump, who has insisted that the FBI's investigation was a witch hunt from the beginning and a blatant attempt by Democrats to overthrow his presidency. Horowitz, who has not commented on the over year-and-a-half investigation, told Congress in a letter last month that he intended to make as much of the report public as possible, with minimal redactions. The report is due next week. A key question examined by Horowitz has been the FBI’s application for a secret warrant to monitor Carter Page, a former Trump campaign aide. The Justice Department and the FBI obtained warrants in 2016 to monitor Page. Page told Fox News earlier this month he was "frustrated" he had not been interviewed in Horowitz's probe. The warrant was renewed multiple times by judges, but Republican critics have decried the fact that the FBI relied in part in its application on uncorroborated information obtained by Christopher Steele, a former British spy who had been paid by Hillary Clinton’s campaign to conduct opposition research. The government did disclose to the court the political loyalties of the people who hired Steele, according to Democrats on the House intelligence committee who released their own memo last year aimed at countering Republican allegations of law enforcement misconduct. Horowitz provided a draft copy to Attorney General William Barr in September, and the Justice Department has since been conducting a classification review. The Post, citing unnamed sources, reported that Barr disagrees with the report’s conclusion. He reportedly questioned whether or not the CIA, or other agencies hold information that could change the inspector general’s conclusion. Barr has praised Horowitz in the past and called him “fiercely independent.” "Inspector General Horowitz is a fiercely independent investigator, a superb investigator who I think has conducted this particular investigation in the most professional way, and I think his work, when it does come out, will be a credit to the department," Barr said earlier this month. The Justice Department told Fox News in a statement that "uncovered significant information that the American people will soon be able to read for themselves. Rather than speculating, people should read the report for themselves next week, watch the Inspector General’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and draw their own conclusions about these important matters." Trump has tweeted about the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and told “Fox & Friends” earlier this month that "what they have coming out is historic."
  11. The Kramer Show. Heard on 101.1 in Panama City. Click here to listen live. Call the show at (850) 233-9988 Email the show at kramer@newstalk101.com Remember, you can sign in on this forum and post by signing in using your Facebook account! 6:00 SHOW PREP MEETING WITH AUDIENCE! 6:00 --- FIVE THINGS --- *) Here are FIVE THINGS TO KNOW to get your day started. Here. 6:30 --- KRAMER KLIP OF THE DAY --- *) --- MILLIE BOBBIE BROWN --- *) Guess how much money she's about to make on her next movie. Here. --- DITCH CELL PHONES --- *) A College class ditched their cell phones for a week and it made National news. Here. --- CHEMISTRY PROFESSORS --- *) Running and making meth. Here. --- FLAT EARF --- *) The flat Earth conspiracy is cranking up all across the globe. Here. --- FAT KID MOM --- *) This awful note was put in her 5 year old's lunchbox. Here. --- GROCERY STORES --- *) Grocery stores are struggling because of wait, what? Here. --- PARAMEDIC --- *) Paramdeic cut off finger to get ring. Here. --- REPLACING PHONES --- *) New glasses to replace our cell phones. Here. --- SHITTY NAMES --- *) These are the shittiest names of the year. Here. --- WHO YOU SHOPPING FOR ON BLACK FRIDAY --- *) Yourself or someone else? Be honest. Here. --- SPEEDING UP NETFLIX --- *) Netflix is planning on creating a way for you to binge watch shows up to 50% faster. Here. --- WOMEN HAVING AFFAIRS --- *) Eye opening stats about women having affairs. Here. --- STDS --- *) These STD's are on fire. Here. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 THE COOL DOWN!
  12. The Kramer Show. Heard on 101.1 in Panama City. Click here to listen live. Call the show at (850) 233-9988 Email the show at kramer@newstalk101.com Remember, you can sign in on this forum and post by signing in using your Facebook account! 6:00 SHOW PREP MEETING WITH AUDIENCE! 6:00 --- KRAMER KLIP OF THE DAY --- *) AUDIO Here's our good ol' buddy Joe Biden talking about his leg hair and kids on his lap. Here. --- THIRTY YEARS OF GRISWALDS --- *) DELICIOUS AUDIO 30th Year Anniversary of Christmas Vacation! --- MEN WRAPPING GIFTS --- *) NO MAN should ever wrap gifts. --- FIVE THINGS --- *) Here are FIVE THINGS TO KNOW to get your day started. Here. --- TRUMPS ORGASM --- *) Lisa Page whining about how she's being intimidated. Here. *) AUDIO Here is Trump's orgasm. Here. *) Anti Trump insurance policy. Here. --- SECRET SANTA --- *) Millennials don't want secret Santa at work any more. Here. --- WE GIFTING --- *) When you buy a gift that everyone is gonna use. Here. --- KID ROCK --- *) Kid Rock went OFF on Oprah while hammered out of his mind. Here. *) Then he did it again on Twitter. Here. --- BLACK FRIDAY --- *) $5.4 billion ONLINE on Friday alone. Here. *) Retailers ghost towns? Here. *) Black Friday becoming a shell of it's prior self. Here. *) Shopping online? A THIRD of the reviews are fake. Here. *) LOCAL AUDIO Most locals are looking forward to today - CYBER MONDAY! Here. *) Porch Pirates. Here. --- CYBER SECURITY --- *) These TV's you're buying - know what they do? Here. 6:30 --- KRAMER KLIP OF THE DAY --- *) AUDIO Here's our good ol' buddy Joe Biden talking about his leg hair and kids on his lap. Here. --- CLIMATE CHANGE --- *) On Friday, all over the Globe, the climate change sissys marched and disrupted Holiday shopping. Here. --- THE DEMS --- *) Bloomberg might be better off skipping the debates so say the experts. Here. *) Butt Giggle went to a black Church. Here. *) Biden races to save Iowa. Here. *) Kamala is imploding. Here. --- TRUMP ABE --- *) A majority of Republicans say Trump is a better President than Abe Lincoln. Here. --- LIL HUNTY --- *) Lil Hunty Biden demands his finances be kept secret in child support case because of embarrassment. Here. --- MILLIE BOBBIE BROWN --- *) Guess how much money she's about to make on her next movie. Here. --- DITCH CELL PHONES --- *) A College class ditched their cell phones for a week and it made National news. Here. --- CHEMISTRY PROFESSORS --- *) Running and making meth. Here. --- FLAT EARF --- *) The flat Earth conspiracy is cranking up all across the globe. Here. --- FAT KID MOM --- *) This awful note was put in her 5 year old's lunchbox. Here. --- GROCERY STORES --- *) Grocery stores are struggling because of wait, what? Here. --- PARAMEDIC --- *) Paramdeic cut off finger to get ring. Here. --- REPLACING PHONES --- *) New glasses to replace our cell phones. Here. --- SHITTY NAMES --- *) These are the shittiest names of the year. Here. --- WHO YOU SHOPPING FOR ON BLACK FRIDAY --- *) Yourself or someone else? Be honest. Here. --- SPEEDING UP NETFLIX --- *) Netflix is planning on creating a way for you to binge watch shows up to 50% faster. Here. --- WOMEN HAVING AFFAIRS --- *) Eye opening stats about women having affairs. Here. --- STDS --- *) These STD's are on fire. Here. 7:00 --- KRAMER KLIP OF THE DAY --- *) AUDIO Here's our good ol' buddy Joe Biden talking about his leg hair and kids on his lap. Here. --- NEW MONOPOLY --- *) A LONGER version? Here. --- PETE DAVIDSON --- *) $1 million NON DISCLOSURE form given to audience. Here. --- FAST FOOD --- *) These are the top fast food chains. Did your favorite make the top ten? Here. --- LOUIS CK --- *) He told an audience he'd rather be in Auswitz than NYC. Here. --- REPARATIONS --- *) A town in Illinois wants to use tax from pot for reparations. Here. 7:30 --- KRAMER KLIP OF THE DAY --- *) AUDIO Here's our good ol' buddy Joe Biden talking about his leg hair and kids on his lap. Here. --- CYBER MONDAY --- *) DELICIOUS AUDIO Cyber Monday Song. --- HOMOSEXUALITY IS A SIN --- *) This teacher got escorted out of School for telling a boy his adoptive Fathers were nothing to be proud of. Here. --- NFL MICHAEL VICK --- *) The NFL celebrates Michael Vick has a Pro Bowl captain. Here. --- COLIN KAEPERNICK --- *) Here's the kind of shit Colin Kaepernick does - because he has too much free time - cuz he aint got no job. Here. --- SHOP WHILE WATCHING TV --- *) This has gotten to be absolutely INSANE! You can now shop while watching live television. Here. 8:00 --- KRAMER KLIP OF THE DAY --- *) AUDIO Here's our good ol' buddy Joe Biden talking about his leg hair and kids on his lap. Here. --- THIRTY YEARS OF GRISWALDS --- *) DELICIOUS AUDIO 30th Year Anniversary of Christmas Vacation! --- MEN WRAPPING GIFTS --- *) NO MAN should ever wrap gifts. --- FIVE THINGS --- *) Here are FIVE THINGS TO KNOW to get your day started. Here. --- TRUMPS ORGASM --- *) Lisa Page whining about how she's being intimidated. Here. *) AUDIO Here is Trump's orgasm. Here. *) Anti Trump insurance policy. Here. --- SECRET SANTA --- *) Millennials don't want secret Santa at work any more. Here. --- WE GIFTING --- *) When you buy a gift that everyone is gonna use. Here. --- KID ROCK --- *) Kid Rock went OFF on Oprah while hammered out of his mind. Here. *) Then he did it again on Twitter. Here. --- BLACK FRIDAY --- *) $5.4 billion ONLINE on Friday alone. Here. *) Retailers ghost towns? Here. *) Black Friday becoming a shell of it's prior self. Here. *) Shopping online? A THIRD of the reviews are fake. Here. *) LOCAL AUDIO Most locals are looking forward to today - CYBER MONDAY! Here. *) Porch Pirates. Here. --- CYBER SECURITY --- *) These TV's you're buying - know what they do? Here. 8:30 THE COOL DOWN! --- KRAMER KLIP OF THE DAY --- *) AUDIO Here's our good ol' buddy Joe Biden talking about his leg hair and kids on his lap. Here. --- CLIMATE CHANGE --- *) On Friday, all over the Globe, the climate change sissys marched and disrupted Holiday shopping. Here. --- THE DEMS --- *) Bloomberg might be better off skipping the debates so say the experts. Here. *) Butt Giggle went to a black Church. Here. *) Biden races to save Iowa. Here. *) Kamala is imploding. Here. --- TRUMP ABE --- *) A majority of Republicans say Trump is a better President than Abe Lincoln. Here. --- LIL HUNTY --- *) Lil Hunty Biden demands his finances be kept secret in child support case because of embarrassment. Here. --- MILLIE BOBBIE BROWN --- *) Guess how much money she's about to make on her next movie. Here. --- DITCH CELL PHONES --- *) A College class ditched their cell phones for a week and it made National news. Here. --- CHEMISTRY PROFESSORS --- *) Running and making meth. Here. --- FLAT EARF --- *) The flat Earth conspiracy is cranking up all across the globe. Here. --- FAT KID MOM --- *) This awful note was put in her 5 year old's lunchbox. Here. --- GROCERY STORES --- *) Grocery stores are struggling because of wait, what? Here. --- PARAMEDIC --- *) Paramdeic cut off finger to get ring. Here. --- REPLACING PHONES --- *) New glasses to replace our cell phones. Here. --- SHITTY NAMES --- *) These are the shittiest names of the year. Here. --- WHO YOU SHOPPING FOR ON BLACK FRIDAY --- *) Yourself or someone else? Be honest. Here. --- SPEEDING UP NETFLIX --- *) Netflix is planning on creating a way for you to binge watch shows up to 50% faster. Here. --- WOMEN HAVING AFFAIRS --- *) Eye opening stats about women having affairs. Here. --- STDS --- *) These STD's are on fire. Here.
  13. A Utah substitute teacher was fired after she allegedly told a student who said he was thankful for his soon-to-be adoptive fathers it was "nothing to be thankful for" — and lectured the class about how homosexuality is sinful. The unidentified teacher, who was working at Deerfield Elementary School in Cedar Hills in late November, asked a class of fifth-graders what they were thankful for this year ahead of Thanksgiving. One boy, an 11-year-old identified as "D.M.," said he was thankful he was "finally going to be adopted by my two dads." "Why on earth would you be happy about that?" the teacher quipped, according to The Salt Lake Tribune. She then reportedly lectured the 30-student class for 10 minutes about how "homosexuality is wrong" and "two men living together is a sin." 175 people are talking about this Three female students asked the teacher to stop multiple times, and when she didn't, they walked to the principal's office to report her. She was ultimately escorted from the building and, as this unfolded, she continued to argue her point. “She also tried to blame our son and told him that it was his fault that she went off," one of the boy's fathers, Louis van Amstel, who used to work as a dancer and choreographer for ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," told the Tribune. “It’s absolutely ridiculous and horrible what she did. We were livid. It’s 2019 and this is a public school.” 47 people are talking about this Amstel said school administrators immediately contacted them to tell them what happened. Amstel said their son was hesitant to talk, because he didn't want to get the teacher in trouble, but school officials put the story together after speaking to students. The father commended the principal's actions to KSTU, telling the news station "she's wonderful, she's been really amazing." He said the principal, Caroline Knadler, escorted the substitute out of the building, telling her: "There's the door, keep walking." Van Amstel said the incident made their son — who has been in foster care for years and experienced two failed adoptions — "so fearful that this could make us think that we don’t want to adopt him." Kelly Services, the company that coordinates substitute teachers with the Alpine School District, said in a statement: "We are concerned about any reports of inappropriate behavior and take these matters very seriously. We conduct business based on the highest standards of integrity, quality and professional excellence. We’re looking into this situation and we have no further comment at this time." The child is scheduled to be formally adopted on Dec. 19.
  14. 2001 – 2007 The Dogfighting Operation Michael Vick, then 21, began his rookie year as a professional football player the same year he and three associates – Purnell Peace, Quanis Phillips and Tony Taylor – began a dogfighting operation named “Bad Newz Kennels” at a property purchased by Vick in Surry County, Virginia. They bought dogs in Virginia and other states and brought them to the new facility. Michael Vick became a registered dog breeder. The co-conspirators set up the property for a dogfighting venture. They built a fence along the side of the property, so that their activities would not be visible. They buried car axles with heavy chains, a common method for securing fighting dogs since the pivoting axle prevents the chain from tangling. The men tested the dogs in fights, then shot, electrocuted, or hung dogs who did not perform well. “In or about April 2007, PEACE, PHILLIPS, and VICK executed approximately 8 dogs that did not perform well in ‘testing’ sessions … by various methods, including hanging, drowning, and slamming at least one dog’s body to the ground.” (Federal indictment PDF) A report by a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) investigator provided more details on the April 2007 killings, saying that the men hung approximately three dogs “by placing a nylon cord over a 2 X 4 that was nailed to two trees located next to the big shed. They also drowned approximately three dogs by putting the dogs’ heads in a five gallon bucket of water.” They killed one dog by “slamming it to the ground several times before it died, breaking the dog’s back or neck.” According to a witness, the men fought their trained pit bulls with pet dogs, and they “thought it was funny to watch the pit bull dogs belonging to Bad Newz Kennels injure or kill the other dogs.” They hosted fights at the Virginia property and transported dogs to other states to participate in fights. The fights usually occurred late at night or in the early morning and would last several hours. Before fights, dogs would be bathed to remove any poison or narcotic that might have been placed on them to hinder their opponents’ performance. Losing dogs sometimes died in the pit. Gambling purses were frequently in the thousands of dollars. Dogs who lost fights were sometimes executed: “In or about March of 2003, PEACE, after consulting with VICK about the losing female pit bull’s condition, executed the losing dog by wetting the dog down with water and electrocuting the animal.” (Federal indictment PDF) In 2004, Vick had a 10-year, $130 million contract with the NFL. By 2006, he was the NFL’s highest-paid player.
  15. The NFL announced on Monday that Michael Vick will be among the four legends captains for the 2020 Pro Bowl. Former Washington cornerback Darrell Green, Buffalo Bills defensive end Bruce Smith and Denver Broncos running back Terrell Davis are the others. Aside from Green, Smith and Davis all being inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, one of these captains is not like the others. They didn’t organize a dogfighting ring that saw dogs tortured, electrocuted, drowned, hanged, shot and beaten to death, according to Department of Agriculture officials who investigated Vick’s Bad Newz Kennels in 2007. Another move to revamp Vick’s image Vick being officially honored by the NFL is the latest step in his public rehabilitation process that saw him make a return to the NFL after serving 18 months in federal prison for his conviction for bankrolling the dogfighting ring. He joined the Philadelphia Eagles in 2009 after his release from prison and played seven more seasons in the NFL. He has since worked as an NFL analyst for Fox Sports. Should Vick be rewarded? Many rightfully argue that Vick served his time and is due the rights of any other citizen to pursue his private endeavors. Those arguments generally ignore that he did not serve time for charges directly related to animal cruelty. And the conversations around Vick’s rehab often leave out the vile details of what actually went on in his dogfighting ring. Regardless, Vick did serve his time and is due the freedoms of any ex-convict who’s paid his or her debt to society. And he’s made the most of his second shot, earning nearly $60 million in NFL salary after returning to the league. This is a celebration of Vick But allowing a man his rights and freedoms and celebrating him are two different things. And the NFL, by honoring him next to beloved franchise icons Green, Smith and Davis, is indeed celebrating Vick. It’s the next step in the continued whitewashing of Vick’s depraved behavior. As the league continues to struggle with accepting Colin Kaepernick in its circles because he used the platform of the national anthem to make a stand for social justice and racial inequality, it raises more questions about what exactly is going on in the heads of NFL decision-makers.
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