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Trump looks out for just himself

Thursday, June 21, 2018|2 a.m.

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It is stated that we get the federal government we deserve. If so, what have we done to deserve the unskilled man who holds the office once held by Lincoln, Roosevelt, Eisenhower and so numerous others?

This guy, who had 5 draft deferments for bone spurs, appears to have no doubt in threatening to use our armed force without considering the repercussions. He took an oath to maintain, safeguard and defend the Constitution however demeans and degrades those who exercise their First Change rights of freedom of the press and speech.

He seems to believe he is above the law and has no regard for the guideline of law, at least as it uses to him.

He has actually alienated our allies, strengthened our enemies and threatened nationwide security. He lies or misrepresents truths, blames others for his errors then rejects he ever stated or did these things.

His administration is damaging or destroying the effort done to secure the general public’s health and welfare, all the while using his office to benefit himself and his family.

And Congress sits by silently, choosing not to act as an equal branch of government.This president is not making America terrific, he is ruining our democracy.

Authorities: U.S. airman shoots his 2 kids, other half prior to killing himself

A Pierce County Sheriff's Dept. deputy walks under crime scene tape, Tuesday, March 13, 2018, in front of a home in Spanaway, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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border=” 0″ src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/03/16311707_G.jpg” width=” 180 “/ > A Pierce County Sheriff’s Dept. deputy walks under criminal activity scene tape, Tuesday, March 13, 2018, in front of a house in Spanaway, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) Officials bring crime scene tape, Tuesday, March 13, 2018, as they leave a house in Spanaway, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren). SPANAWAY, Wash. (AP)– A member of the United States Flying Force in Washington state fatally shot his 2 young children and his partner before killing himself, authorities stated Tuesday.

The Pierce County sheriff’s office said they found the bodies inside a house near Spanaway, about 45 miles south of Seattle, after the guy called 911 reporting that he eliminated his family. The victims were recognized as Samantha Field, 33, and the couple’s children, 4-year-old Ava and 2-year-old Ashen, according to the county medical inspector’s office. The supposed shooter was Clint Field, 29. He was initially from Florida and his partner was from New Hampshire, the News Tribune reported.

The constable’s workplace said the kids were shot while they were sleeping and their mother also was shot in bed. It stated Clint Field was stationed at nearby Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Sheriff’s spokesperson Ed Troyer told Seattle-area TELEVISION station KOMO that detectives have actually discovered Clint Field had actually been upset and had a previous event in which he pointed out suicide. Troyer likewise said member of the family pointed out that the couple may have had a divorce proceeding about to start.

” We have actually not been to this house prior to and there’s no history of domestic violence,” Troyer stated.

Daine Patton, who offered the home a year ago to the family, said in an interview that it was a “tragic” situation.

” It really breaks my heart for those kids … to be killed by their dad. That’s awful,” Patton said.

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12-year-old young boy kills himself after being bullied, family says

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Cheryl Hudson, GoFundMe) “border= “0” src =” /wp-content/uploads/2018/03/16302594_G.png” width=” 180″/ > Andrew Leach (Picture: Cheryl Hudson, GoFundMe). By Web Staff SOUTHAVEN, Miss. (WREG)– The family of a 12-year-old Mississippi boy stated he devoted suicide due to ruthless bullying.

Cheryl Hudson stated her boy, Andrew Leach, left a heartbreaking note and hung himself on March 6.

His 16-year-old sibling found his body in the garage after school.

Hudson claims bullying runs widespread at Southaven Intermediate school, where her child attended.

” A few years ago there was a girl who hung herself from a water tower due to bullying,” she said. “There have been numerous efforts ever since with other kids.”

When asked if she ever talked to school officials about the bullying, Hudson stated, “I just spoke to the school’s Sixth grade principal. I didn’t know the best ways to handle it. His father did talk to a teacher one time. But from exactly what we are hearing, there was a group of kids that would walk around calling him fat, ugly and useless.”

The family states law enforcement is investigating.

A GoFundMe account has currently raised $7,000.

” Oh my God, my heart has been removed of my chest and shattered in a million pieces,” Hudson wrote on the household’s GoFundMe page. “Thank you to all who have actually contributed thus far. You have no concept how grateful we are.”

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Showing Himself on a Huge Scale: Julian Lugod

Raised in a family of medical professionals, Julian Lugod prepared for becoming one himself sooner or later. Little did he understand the effect that enjoying a League of Legends competition at age 13 would make on his career goals.

When he initially came to UNLV, Lugod saw flyers promoting the 8-bit Esports club and knew he had to join. Although he started his 8-bit journey as a member with a casual interest in playing video games, his fellow members showed him how much the esports neighborhood needs to offer, and his passion for esports has actually gradually grown ever since, motivating him to alter his major and lead a group in the upcoming Mountain West Esports Showdown.

I was originally a nursing significant with a secondary interest in esports. Somewhere along the way, though, as I got a growing number of involved in 8-bit, my path ended up being clear. I recognized I didn’t want to be a nurse; I wanted to work for a video game designer after graduation– like Blizzard Entertainment, the developers of League of Legends.

I wished to follow my enthusiasm.

It hasn’t been easy, however I broke away from my family’s tradition, changed majors, and have been busy showing that I can develop a profession for myself in the emerging world of esports ever since.

Considering that joining 8-bit in 2014, I’ve transitioned from a player to a member and now to a viewer, coach, and social networks supervisor. As former vice president of the club and in my current functions, I’ve had the chance to arrange and take part in various collegiate, local, and online esports tournaments.

Now, in a way that I never dreamed possible, I’m getting the chance to show myself on a huge scale– as the captain for 8-bit’s Overwatch team in the inaugural Mountain West Esports Face-off versus Boise State.

When you’re coaching and viewing other individuals play versus playing yourself, you witness the glory others find in succeeding. And you experience another type of splendor as the one handling it and assisting to make everything occur. It’s a different kind of pride than when you’re playing, but it’s pride however.

In preparation for the showdown, my team and I have actually almost doubled our practice time. I have actually likewise doubled the hours weekly that I invest spectating– using suggestions, pointers, and tricks to my teammates to help them prosper. We have actually likewise been practicing at Vegas LAN centers and participating in many local competitions, getting as much experience in front of a live audience as we can before the Showdown.

Very few people understand this, but the rewards for some esports tournaments are scholarships– large ones, too. For instance, if UNLV were to at some point contend in and win first place in the Overwatch collegiate series in Tespa (formerly the Texas Esports Association however still the primary collegiate branch for Blizzard), the cash prize would suffice to cover 2 terms’ worth of tuition for each gamer.

Although I am confident in my group’s capabilities to beat Boise State in the Mountain West Face-off, I’m not taking any chances. I desire my team to spend as much time playing together as possible to develop the synergy needed to bring house the win– for UNLV, for 8-bit, and for all our future careers.

Secret Service says male shoots himself outside White House


Pablo Martinez Monsivais/ AP Law enforcement officers at Lafayette Park throughout from the White Home in Washington, close the area to pedestrian traffic, Saturday, March 3, 2018. A guy apparently shot himself along the north fence of the White House midday, inning accordance with the Trick Service, which likewise stated he was being dealt with for the wound.

Saturday, March 3, 2018|10:24 a.m.

WASHINGTON– The Secret Service states a male shot himself outside the White House, and medical workers are on the scene.

President Donald Trump is not at the White Home– he remains in Florida, but is set to return later Saturday.

The firm states in a Twitter post that there are no other reported injuries associated to the occurrence.

The Trick Service tweeted about noon Saturday that workers are responding and a person “supposedly suffered a self-inflicted weapon shot injury along the north fence line” of the White House.

The District of Columbia authorities says its homicide/natural death system is reacting.

White Home press secretary says “we know the circumstance, the president has been informed.”

Authorities: Senior male eliminates partner, turns gun on himself at rehabilitation center in Las Vegas

Police at the scene of a murder-suicide in NW Las Vegas on Nov. 1, 2017. (Kathleen Jacob/FOX5) Cops at the scene of a murder-suicide in NW Las Vegas on Nov. 1, 2017.( Kathleen Jacob/FOX5). Close up of location of where a murder-suicide occurred in NW Las Vegas on Nov. 1, 2017. (Kathleen Jacob/FOX5). City police cruiser outside of center where a murder-suicide happened in NW Las Vegas on Nov. 1, 2017.( Kathleen Jacob/FOX5) Metro police cruiser outside of center where a murder-suicide occurred in NW Las Vegas on Nov. 1, 2017. (Kathleen Jacob/FOX5).


A senior man shot and eliminated his wife, then killed himself in an apparent murder-suicide event at a rehab center in northwest Las Vegas Wednesday, inning accordance with police.

The event happened around 9:30 a.m. when cops responded to reports of shots fired at Wellbrook Transitional Rehab, located at 6650 Grand Montecito Parkway.

The man, who remained in his 80’s, was checked in to the rehabilitation center, cops stated. The man’s better half, who was likewise in her 80’s, had actually been at the facility for simply five minutes before the incident took place.

Murder investigators reacted to the scene and worked to identify exactly what caused the occurrence. No other injuries were reported.

The Wellbrook Transitional Rehabilitation provides support to individuals recovering from an injury or disease and provides a variety of services consisted of rehab treatments and treatment, according to the center’s website.

No even more information were immediately launched.

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5-year-old shoots himself in finger

Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017|3:58 p.m.

Investigators are examining after a 5-year-old young boy shot himself in the finger Sunday morning in the northeast valley, inning accordance with City Authorities.

The boy’s mom called 9-1-1 about 9 a.m. reporting the incident in the 4700 block of Luxor Way, near Nellis Boulevard and Cheyenne Opportunity, police said.

The boy was required to University Medical Center with a non lethal injury according to police.

Cops said the mom was home the incident happened.

Cops: California male kills his 2 children, then hangs himself

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Source: KRON via CNN)” border=”0″ width=”180″/ > (Source: KRON via CNN). SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KRON/CNN)– A California man eliminated his 2 kids before taking his own life over Daddy’s Day weekend, inning accordance with authorities.

Cops said the dad, identified as 40-year-old Alvaro Camara, got his 6-year-old child and 18-month-old boy so they might invest Dad’s Day together.

He was expected to return the children to their mom Sunday night, but never ever did.

On Monday early morning, deputies with the Sonoma County Sheriff’s office went to the home of perform a well-being check and discovered the three dead.

The male hung himself in a bedroom with the 2 kids close by. Cops have not said how the children died, only that there was no apparent sign of struggle.

Camara and the children’s mother were associated with a custody dispute and he violated the custody order, inning accordance with the constable’s workplace.

The couple was wed but had been separated for six months.

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Grave of boy who killed himself opened to retrieve tablet

CINCINNATI (AP)– The tomb of an 8-year-old Ohio young boy who eliminated himself in January after his mother said he was bullied at school was opened to eliminate a computer tablet for prosecutors examining his suicide, authorities stated Wednesday.

The Hamilton County Coroner’s Workplace stated Gabriel Taye’s tomb was opened Wednesday to get rid of the tablet on behalf of the county prosecutor’s workplace. The tablet was buried with Gabriel because his mother wanted to ensure “he had something to play with in heaven.”

The coroner’s office declaration stated the body wasn’t disrupted and the tomb was brought back, however it had no further comment. A spokesperson for the district attorney’s workplace stated they had no instant comment.

A declaration launched Wednesday by attorneys for the kid’s family stated the household consented to the exhumation, hoping a forensic assessment of the tablet would provide more information on what occurred and since “they are so desperate for answers.”

The declaration stated the mother also requested a re-examination of her boy’s body since the exhumation was going to proceed, and was disappointed a re-examination unfortunately “wasn’t possible.”

The lawyers for the mom, Cornelia Reynolds, have actually stated she didn’t learn her son was bullied up until they saw an e-mail written by a Cincinnati authorities detective describing the scene outside a kids’ bathroom where the lawyers say Gabriel was knocked unconscious. He hanged himself 2 days later on at his house on Jan. 26.

The Cincinnati Public Schools district has said the boy told staff he had passed out and never ever said he had actually been bullied or attacked. The district last month released copies of a choppy 24-minute-long video that reveals one young boy bullying other trainees. The mom’s attorneys say he pressed Gabriel into a wall, knocking him unconscious.

The district likewise noted that police had evaluated the video and no charges were filed.

County Prosecutor Joe Deters has since said that his workplace is checking out possible charges in the case, and the coroner stated previously that she was reopening the investigation into Gabriel’s suicide.

“Gabe was buried with his tablet because his mom wished to make certain he had something to play with in heaven,” inning accordance with the declaration.

“She is disappointed that a re-examination was not possible, but hopes his tablet will yield some responses,” Reynolds’ lawyer, Jennifer Branch, said in the declaration.

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Lauded rocker Chris Cornell killed himself by hanging


Jeff Christensen/ AP In this Sept. 5, 2008, file image, artist Chris Cornell performs on phase during Conde Nast’s Fashion Rocks show in New York. According to his representative, rocker Chris Cornell, who acquired fame as the lead singer of Soundgarden and later on Audioslave, has died Wednesday night in Detroit at age 52.

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DETROIT– Chris Cornell, one of the most lauded and respected contemporary lead singers in rock music with atrioventricular bundles Soundgarden and Audioslave, eliminated himself Wednesday by awaiting a Detroit hotel space, inning accordance with the city’s medical examiner. He was 52.

The Wayne County Medical Inspector’s Office said Thursday it completed the preliminary autopsy on Cornell, but that “a complete autopsy report has actually not yet been finished.” A police spokesman told two Detroit papers that the vocalist was discovered with a band around his neck.

“There is no extra details at this time,” the Wayne County workplace included.

Cornell’s death stunned his family and his die-hard fans, who Cornell simply performed for hours earlier at a show in Detroit. Soundgarden’s existing trip started in late April and was planned to go through May 27.

Cornell was a leader of the grunge movement with Seattle-based Soundgarden– with whom he gained critical and industrial praise– however also found success outside the band with other projects, including Audioslave, Temple of the Dog as well as solo albums. He was extensively appreciated in the music market: He reached success in every band lineup he belonged to it, his voice was unforgettable and effective, and he was an experienced songwriter, even collaborating on a variety of film soundtracks, including the James Bond theme song for 2006’s “Casino Royale” and “The Keeper” from the movie “Machine Gun Preacher,” which made Cornell a Golden Globe election.

“To develop the intimacy of an acoustic performance there had to be real stories. They have to be kind of genuine and they need to have a beginning, middle and an end,” Cornell stated of songwriting in a 2015 interview with The Associated Press. “That’s always a difficulty in 3 in a half or four minutes– to be able to do that, to be able to do it directly.”

Cornell, who matured in Seattle, stated he was tossed out of school at age 15 and he began utilizing drugs at 13.

“I went from being a day-to-day drug user at 13 to having bad drug experiences and stopping drugs by the time I was 14 and then not having any good friends till the time I was 16,” he told Wanderer in 1994. “There had to do with two years where I was more or less agoraphobic and didn’t handle anyone, didn’t speak with anyone, didn’t have any buddies at all. All the buddies that I had were still (messed) up with drugs and were individuals that I didn’t really have anything in common with.”

But at 16 he grew severe about music, discovering how to play the drums while likewise working as a busboy and dishwasher.

“That was the toughest time in my life,” he informed Rolling Stone.

He ultimately ended up being a Grammy winner with Soundgarden, formed in 1984 and coming out of the quickly growing Seattle music scene, that included Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains.

“There’s something about Seattle, it’s always been a hard rock town, too. I didn’t understand growing up as kid that Seattle had far more of a hard rock focus and a guitar rock focus than other cities did,” Cornell told the AP in 2011. “It resembled a Detroit, just northwest kind of. There’s no factor that I would think I understand how to specify it, however it’s constantly existed.”

The band, who had released hit tunes and found success, marked a mainstream development with “Superunknown,” its 1994 album that launched five songs, won them two Grammys and sold more than five million systems in the United States

. The group, formed with guitarist Kim Thayil and bassist Hiro Yamamoto, separated in 1997.

In 2001, Cornell signed up with Audioslave, a supergroup that consisted of previous Rage Against the Maker members Tom Morello, Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford. The band launched three albums in 6 years and also performed at a show billed as Cuba’s very first outdoor rock show by an American band, though some Cuban artists have challenged that claim.

Audioslave dissolved in 2007, but Cornell and Soundgarden reunited in 2010 and released the band’s sixth studio album, “King Animal” in 2012.

Cornell also worked together with members of what would end up being Pearl Jam to form Temple of the Pet dog, which produced a self-titled album in 1991 in homage to friend Andrew Wood, former frontman of Mother Love Bone. In 2011, he was ranked ninth on Rolling Stone list of the best lead singers of all-time, selected by its readers.

Cornell also released solo albums, and Nielsen Music stated as a band member and solo act, the singer sold nearly 15 million albums and 8.8 million digital tunes in the United States

His first solo album, 1999’s “Euphoria Early morning,” was a dark album that was at first expected to be entitled “Bliss Mourning.”

“It was a pretty dark album lyrically and pretty depressing, and I was going through an actually hard time in my life– my band wasn’t together anymore, my marriage was falling apart and I was dealing with it by consuming method excessive, and that has its own issues, especially with anxiety,” he told Wanderer in 2015.

Cornell referenced death– and suicide– in 2007 interview with the AP when discussing his single, “No Such Thing.” It appeared on his 2nd solo album, “Continue.”

“The ‘no such thing as nothing’ line originates from the concepts that people do not really have a flat line until we’re dead. If we are not leading a pleased efficient life, we are leading probably an unhappy non-productive life. If a person does not have adequate food, they in fact are starving. If they do not have enough money it’s not that they have no money, they actually have something and it’s called hardship. There’s no simply type of flat lining coasting. You’re either entering one instructions or in another direction. All that came out of me aiming to imagine why somebody would be, for example, a suicide bomber.”

The music industry grieved his unexpected death online. Elton John tweeted, “Shocked and distressed by the abrupt death of @chriscornell. A great singer, songwriter and the loveliest guy.”

KEXP, Seattle’s popular independent radio station, paid tribute to Cornell throughout Thursday early morning. The station played non-stop tunes from Soundgarden and Cornell’s other bands and solo work, as well as artists who covered Cornell’s material and those who were influenced by him.

“Seattle’s son, Chris Cornell, has died,” DJ John Richards told listeners.