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Sep 28, 2016

The Latest: Might Trump invite Gennifer Flowers to debate?

Monday night. Netanyahu has sought to project neutrality in this year's U.S. election after there were perceptions that he favored Mitt Romney over President Barack Obama in 2012. The Israeli leader met with Obama last week, capping what has been a contentious relationship between the leaders of the two allies. The Obama administration has opposed Israel's push to expand settlements in the West Bank while Netanyahu has been a leading critic of the U.S. nuclear agreement with Iran. The U.S. recently completed a 10-year, $38 billion military aid package for Israel. ___ 9:15 p.m. Republican vice presidential hopeful Mike Pence is praising Ted Cruz's long-delayed decision to back Donald Trump's presidential bid, and not surprisingly, Pence chose Iowa as the place to heap praise on the Texas senator's noteworthy about-face. Cruz defeated Trump in February's Iowa caucuses, starting a drawn-out and bitter primary campaign in which the two men traded personal insults. Cruz pointedly refused to endorse Trump at the Republican National Convention last summer in Cleveland, where he told delegates to "vote your conscience." On his Facebook page Friday, Cruz for the first time said explicitly he would be voting for Trump. At the Faith and Freedom Coalition dinner Saturday, Pence said Cruz wrote "eloquently" about his decision, and the Indiana governor praised Cruz as "one of the great conservative leaders in this nation." ___ 8:10 p.m. Donald Trump has stumbled over the name of the new Washington museum commemorating black history. Speaking at a rally in Roanoke, Virginia, Trump told supporters the new museum is "re... (Colorado Springs Gazette)

Sep 28, 2016

The Latest: Pence says Flowers will not attend debate

White House administration. The Israeli leader has sought to project neutrality this time after perceptions arose that he favored Mitt Romney over President Barack Obama in 2012. The one-on-one discussions will follow what was likely Netanyahu’s final meeting with Obama last week, capping what has been a sometimes rocky relationship between the leaders of the two allies. This version corrects attribution to Pence’s remark that Gennifer Flowers will not attend Monday night’s debate. Pence made the remark on “Fox News Sunday,” not CBS’ “Face the Nation.” ... (Santa Cruz Sentinel)

Jun 10, 2016

Real Estate Transactions for Sunday, May 22, 2016

LLC for $1.9 million. Smith B. and Mary L.W. Coleman sold 79 Church St. to Theresa J. Thomas for $1.9 million. SC Renovation Group LLC sold 92 Romney St. to James Russell Stilwell and Cynthia A. Lawson for $350,000. BFBCB LLC sold Unit 143, 1 Cool Blow to William S. and Karen C. Reid for $240,000. Debbie and Miller Mathews sold Unit 215 C, 33 Calhoun St. to Edward F. and Cathy L. Shewak for $559,900. Kirkwood J. Hile and Paula L. Perry sold Unit C, 138 Broad St. to Charles L. Inglefield IV and Margaret B. Inglefield for $650,000. Edisto Island Taylor W. and Nancy B. Skardon sold 8553 Middleton Point Lane to Walter K. and Nina M. Schwalbe for $209,500. Folly Beach R. Glenn and Frances T. Butler sold 506 West Ashley Ave. to Louise J. Van Patten and Paul D. Cockerill for $440,000. Charlotte F.l. Otterbein sold 101 Mariners Cay Drive, Mariner’s Cay Racquet and Yacht Club to Margaret N. Hartwig for $308,000. Isle of Palms Kelly A. Sherrill sold 10 27th Ave. to William R. and Rachael M. Wood for $649,000. Joyce M. Rasberry sold 3001 Waterway Blvd. to Michael D. and Jill B. Bright for $815,000. Cathy M. Caudle sold Unit 142 C, 1300 Ocean Blvd., Sea Cabin on the Ocean Oceanside Villas to David J. Magdycz for $275,000. James Island Eric and Katherine Pratt sold 1093 Eaglewood Trail, Eaglewood Retreat to Benjamin J. and Kathryn D. Simpson for $405,000. Scott A. and Jean M.H. Fanjoy sold 1106 Wayfarer Lane, Bayview Farms to David W. and Karen G. Elliot for $390,000. Frank A. and Linda E. Cassara sold 1120 Folly R... (Charleston Post Courier )

Feb 3, 2016

Green Party on Sanders' Health Care Plan

There are all sorts of restrictions that are placed on it.We had Obamacare in Massachusetts for five years before Obamacare was passed. We called it Romneycare. It grew out of a Republican think tank. And it essentially expanded the market basis of healthcare. Healthcare should be a human right. We should be joining the community of nations around the world, developed nations who all provide healthcare at far less cost, at about half the cost or less of what we pay, and with far better health outcomes. In Massachusetts, we lost our safety net. And people who are truly ill in Massachusetts found that it only got harder to get coverage. People are being priced out. Workers have basically seen their costs, between premiums and co-pays, have seen their costs essentially doubled. And increasingly you have these stripped-down catastrophic insurance plans, which is all that people can afford to buy.JAY: So tell me what's right and what's wrong about the Sanders proposal.STEIN: Well, the Sanders proposal that he put out just before the debate is very good. It's not yet legislation, but it appears to be the counterpart of what has been proposed in the House, HR 676, which is basically--.JAY: John Conyers bill.STEIN: Conyers bill, which is Medicare for all. And essentially it lowers the age of eligibility such that everyone is covered. And it uses Medicare, which spends about 2-3 percent on overhead, as opposed to 20 percent or more overhead through the privatized system. Medicare for all essentially costs the same, but covers us entirely, and allows us to expand coverage so that everybody's in, nobody's out, and you are fully covered, including your eyeglasses or your hearing aid, your mental health, your full reproductive healthcare. It takes the complexity out of healthcare, such that it's between you and your health provider. It's no longer in the hands of a profiteering insurance executive, you know, who is picking and choosing people based on who has least cost, and who is powerless to lower pharmaceutical c... (The Real News Network)

Jan 8, 2016

Darin R. Featherstone

Darin Romney Featherstone, a wonderful and loving husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and friend passed away on Thursday evening in his home surrounded by those who loved him dearly. Darin is survived by his eternal companion, Kymberley, his children: Darin S. (Janilyn) Featherstone, Hagen T. (Traci) Featherstone, Tarryn L. (Jan) Phillips, Ambre M. Featherstone, Kymberley A. (Aaron) Peay; 7 grandchildren; mother, Eva Louis Romney Featherstone; brother, Stephen R. (Susan) Featherstone; and mother-in-law, Deirdre (Dennis) Bellamy. He was preceded in death by his brother, Kevin R. Featherstone and his father, Stephen E. Featherstone. Darin was a man that loved life, family, and friends. He adored his grandchildren and cherished spending time with them. He had the biggest, most generous, loyal heart and we were all blessed by who he was. Darin loved the gospel and had a firm testimony of its truthfulness. He was a faithful servant in many LDS church callings and positions. He was ... (Daily Herald)

Jan 8, 2016

PERRY/Presidential primaries

Mississippi's vote; Florida, Missouri and North Carolina are among the primaries the following week.Four years ago, Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney all made multiple stops in state leading up to the Mississippi primary. Santorum won a plurality with 32.8 percent of the vote with Gingrich at 31.2 percent and Romney at 30.6 percent earning 13, 12 and 12 delegates respectively (Romney ended up with 15 delegates total by way of super delegates). About 6,000 votes separated Santorum and Romney. Texas Congressman Ron Paul (father of Rand) placed fourth with 4.4 percent and no delegates.Several candidates have already dropped out (former Texas Governor Rick Perry, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker) and more will drop before March 8. But Mississippi will get the presidential campaign treatment from those seeking some of our 40 delegates awarded at-large, by congressional district and the 3 super delegates.Brian Perry is a partner with Capstone Public Affairs, LLC. Reach him at or @CapstonePerry on Twitter. (Madison County Journal)


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