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[High Roller Radio] Donald Trump, Sheldon Adelson & the Future of Online Poker in America – John Pappas Q&A (audio)

Source: – Wednesday, February 01, 2017
John Pappas, executive director of the Poker Players Alliance (PPA), is a leading proponent for online poker in America. The PPA continues its fight for licensed & regulated iPoker in the United States. Here, he talks about Donald Trump, Sheldon Adelson & the political battle. You will automatically be taken to the article. If […]

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Michelle Obama draws high praise for ‘heartfelt’ criticism of Trump

In an election involving seriously damaged personal brands, surrogates are claiming high-profile roles as defenders of their candidates.

Donald Trump has waded into a quagmire of sexual groping allegations and faces doubts about his vengeful and mercurial personality.

Hillary Clinton is parrying criticism for deleting public record emails and allegedly favoring Clinton Foundation donors while she was secretary of state.

The latest surrogate to make a forceful case was Michelle Obama, who blasted Trump on Thursday for allegations concerning his treatment of women. Obama won widespread attention for the speech at Southern New Hampshire University in which she cited the personal cost of Trump’s remarks.

CNN called her “The Clinton surrogate that could finish off Trump,” and the Los Angeles Times said she delivered “what may be a defining moment in the presidential campaign.” USA Today said the first lady’s speech “made shock waves for its strong and emotional condemnation of Donald Trump—all without saying his name.”

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Demeaning campaign?

“We have a candidate for president of the United States who, over the course of his lifetime and the course of this campaign, has said things about women that are so shocking, so demeaning that I simply will not repeat anything here today,” Obama said. “And last week, we saw this candidate actually bragging about sexually assaulting women.”

Trump has apologized for his 2005 remarks boasting about groping women, saying they amounted to crude locker room talk that didn’t represent who he is.  In last Sunday’s debate, he also denied having ever committed such acts. The revelation of the video and his denial were followed by accusations by several women ofunwanted sexual advances this week.

Obama’s remarks came on a day when running mate Mike Pence offered a more defensive case for his candidate. He urged a conservative audience in Pennsylvania to stick with Trump.

Turning on the TV with a stick

“There have been moments in this campaign where I have to get up in the morning and turn on the television with a stick,” Pence said to a Republican group in Bethlehem.

But he added, “We cannot take four more years of the failed leadership of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.”

Executive communications consultant Fraser P. Seitel says Obama made her case deftly.

“The first lady adroitly transitioned from personal experience—her hosting of the International Day of the Girls this week—to a political candidate’s alleged predatory acts against women,” he says. “It sounded genuine and heartfelt rather than scripted and canned.”

Trump on Thursday sought to reframe the election as a battle against the news media and establishment forces seeking to destroy his movement.

“They will attack you, they will slander you, they will seek to destroy your career and your family, they will seek to destroy everything about you, including your reputation,” he said. “They will lie, lie, lie, and then again they will do worse than that, they will do whatever is necessary.”

Hillary Clinton weighs in

Hillary Clinton called attention to Obama’s speech in an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Friday, saying the first lady “put into words what so many people are feeling and not just women and girls—men and boys.”

Clinton’s schedule shows no public rallies before the next debate, Oct. 19 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Instead, it reveals a heavy reliance on surrogates, among them President Barack Obama, former president Bill Clinton and their daughter Chelsea, vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, former U.S. Rep. Barney Frank and others.

“I never thought I would see the almost normalization of hate speech that we have witnessed in this election,” Chelsea Clinton said Thursday.

Trump, having shunned much of his party, nevertheless has deployed defenders among family members, law enforcement officials and religious leaders such as Jerry Falwell Jr. He has also found surrogates in women who say they were victims of the Clintons, citing sexual assaults and harassment by Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton’s court-assigned legal defense of the rapist of a 12-year-old.

But apparently the Clinton campaign feels the newly revealed allegations against Trump carry more weight than decades-old allegations against her husband.

Twitter attention

Michelle Obama’s speech won a flood of attention on Twitter, drawing praise on the left from figures such as filmmaker Michael Moore.

By contrast, the African-American advocates for Trump who go by the name of Diamond and Silk weren’t backing down, despite the positive reviews of Michelle Obama’s speech.

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FAA inspects parachute after skydiving death of instructor and high school grad

The Federal Aviation Administration on Monday planned to inspect a parachute that failed to open, killing a skydiving instructor and first-time jumper in Northern California over the weekend.

An FAA inspector was headed to Skydive Lodi Parachute Center in the 23500 block of North Highway 99 in… – Los Angeles Times

Former high school coach gets 2 years in prison for having sex with student

A former assistant boys baseball coach at John Burroughs High School in Burbank was sentenced Thursday to two years in state prison for having an ongoing sexual relationship with a student for more than two years, starting when the girl was 15 years old, officials said.

Jose Banuelos Jr., 28, pleaded… – Los Angeles Times

High and Low Bond Ratings

Healthcare organizations with strong bond ratings are regarded favorably from a financial perspective, of course. In addition, research by the Truven Health Analytics™ ActionOI® program shows that such organizations tend to excel in other categories, such as average length of stay and results of Hospital Consumer Assessment of
Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) surveys. – HealthLeaders Magazine

Already-strong dollar hits a 9-year high

The dollar is still king at the start of 2015, hitting a nine-year peak as the U.S. economy continues to improve while other nations struggle.
Business – Los Angeles Times

Dow flirts with record high as Japan gives stock markets a boost

Investors who have been waiting for good news on the global economy finally got some Friday.
Business – Los Angeles Times

’60 Minutes’ Just Attacked High Drug Prices. Here’s What You Should Know.

60 Minutes, the most successful news program in American history, just took aim at the extraordinarily high ($ 100,000 per patient per year) prices charged for cancer drugs. The pharmaceutical industry, which only provided canned statements and badly thought-out explanation via the president of its lobbying group, came off looking callous […] Most popular stories

Bill Maher: Israel is Victim of Soft Bigotry of High Expectations (VIDEO)

Source: – Sunday, July 20, 2014
Bill Maher with guests on his HBO show 'Real Time.' Photo: Screenshot. HBO Real Time host Bill Maher said on Friday said that Israel is unfairly held to a different standard than other countries, what he termed “the soft bigotry of high expectations.” Commenting on Israel’s restraint in its current Operation Protective Edge in Gaza, Maher said, “If the Hamas people had the opportunity, they would kill the maximum number of Israelis, which would be all. And Israel has the opportunity to kill way more and they do not. It seems like they are the victim of the soft bigotry of high expectations.” Maher also made it clear as to who he blames for civilian deaths in Gaza. He said, “I feel terrible for a Palestinian child who dies but if it’s your father, your brother, your uncle who is firing those rockets into Israel, who’s fault is it really? Do you really expect the Israelis not to retaliate?” The comment drew applause from Maher’s studio audience and had him agreeing with one of his guests Jamie Weinstein, senior editor of The Daily Caller. Weinstein said that Hamas extremists make it their mission to destroy Israel regardless of the country’s actions. “I don’t think you can understand the conflict without reading Hamas’ charter, upon which they were founded, which clearly calls — and it’s chilling — calls for not only the destruction of Israel but the murder of Jews generally,” Weinsten explained. Maher also asserted that he believe

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Simply Natural Foods, Llc Issues Allergy Alert For high Levels Of Milk Protein In Simply Lite Dark Chocolate Bars

Simply Natural Foods, LLC of Commack, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling its 85g (3oz) Simply Lite Dark Chocolate Bar, because FDA testing indicated that bars from certain lots contained high levels of milk protein, while the label of the product stated that it may contain traces of milk. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk protein may risk serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. Recalls Feed