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Friday, September 30, 2011

Anti-Wall Street Protest Spreads to West Coast Against Banks, Non-Tax Paying Corporations

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September 30, 2011

Anti-corporate activists in San Fransisco, fired up by a fortnight of protest on wall Street, vent their fury against banks and financial players in a mass protest yesterday.
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Obama May Pull a Johnson and Bow Out of 2012 Presidential Race say Dick Morris Former Clinton Adviser

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Fmr. Clinton Adviser: 'Very Possible' Obama Will Bow Out of Presidential Race - For Now




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In an interview with conservative radio icon Sean Hannity, former President Clinton adviser and campaign manager Dick Morris stated that, after speaking with a Democratic strategist, he thinks it is “very possible” that President Obama might acquiesce to requests from the Democratic leadership in Congress and bow out of the 2012 race, leaving the door open for him to return sometime in the future.
“I asked a top Democratic strategist the other day and he thought that it was possible that, in January, Harry Reid comes to Obama and says, ‘Look you cost us control of the House last year, you’re going to cost us control of the Senate this year. For the good of the party you have to step aside’” said Morris.
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“And, then, (Obama) pulls a Lyndon Johnson, he says ‘I’m fighting to solve the recession, and problem is because of partisanship and my re-election people reject everything I say because of partisanship, so I’m going to not run for president and focus my full time attention on solving this recession’ and then go out popular,” Morris added.

The strategy proposed here is an interesting one. With his approval ratings at an all time low, Obama is looking at a very high likelihood of a defeat in the 2012 elections and forecasters, using the examples of the 2011 special elections in New York City and Nevada, have forecast a very high probability of losses across the nation for the Democratic Party because of Obama.
A withdrawal by President Obama, with a statement that the reason he’s bowing out is to solve the recession, would likely allow the Democratic Party to recover some of its popularity and allow the president to present himself as rising above the partisan fights in Congress with a higher goal in mind. This would help the Democrats to better portray the Republicans, and especially the Tea Party, as the stubborn, non-compromising party uninterested in truly solving the nation’s problems.
Morris added that he thinks that this strategy could also set up Obama for a presidential run in a later election.
“The twenty second amendment does not preclude non-consecutive terms, he is young, (he could) preserve himself as a possible candidate down the road” said Morris. “We’ve seen how Bill Clinton is much more popular now then he was when he was leaving office, same with Jimmy Carter.”
Intriguing as that possibility is, however, non-consecutive presidential terms have only happened once before in American politics, though they have been attempted by a few former presidents. The only president to successfully serve non-consecutive terms was Democrat Grover Cleveland who won election in 1884, lost in 1888, and won in 1892.

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Obama Can't Get On Track Without Teleprompter - Da...Da...Da...Dats All Folks
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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Enjoy Oktoberfest in Beautiful Hermann Missouri

 Oktoberfest in Hermann, Mo. 2010
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Oktoberfest is always the first four weekends of October, starting October 1 this year. Now is the time to reserve lodging for this popular event. Visitors flock to Hermann to enjoy brilliant fall color, oom-pah bands and brats on the grill.
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oktoberfest first weekend
Saturday, October 1
Historic Hermann's Museum at the German School
Fourth & Schiller. 10:00 to 4:00. Self-guided tours of newly renovated museum rooms. Adults, $5; students, $3; children 5 and under free.
Deutschheim State Historic Site
107 West Second, 10:00 to 4:00. Free exhibits and interpretive displays. Guided tours at 10:00, 12:30 and 2:30. Adults $4, students and children $2.50.
White House Hotel
232 East Wharf Street. Ticket and information booth opens at 10:00. Self-guided tour Friday and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to closing. Guided interactive lantern tours with actors in period costumes at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Hermannhof Festhalle
East First Street. 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. German music by the Loehnig Family, wine, beer & brats.
Stone Hill Winery
Noon to 5:00 p.m. Music by the Pat Auberry Accordion Duo. Special Octoberfest menu at Vintage Restaurant.
Lion's Club Kettle Corn
First & Schiller. 11:00 to 5:00. Hot dogs, brats & drinks.
Masonic Lodge Caboose
East First Street. Brats, burgers, hot dogs, lemonade, soda & homemade ice cream.
Oktoberfest German Bier Garten
Sequicentennial Park on Gutenberg Street. Food available from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Live entertainment from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Red Barn Crafts & Antiques
523 West Ninth. 10:00 to 5:00. Where the past comes alive through tools of yesteryear.
Music at the Bank Bar
Live music by The Bluff-Tones at the Bank Bar on Schiller Street. 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Sunday, October 2
Butch Wax & The Hollywoods
Hermann Amphitheater, Fourth & Gutenberg, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Groove to the beat of the 60s, 70s and Motown with the hottest band around. Tickets: $10. Purchase tickets online, at the Welcome Center or at the gate. Lawn-chair seating, full concessions (no coolers, please).
Historic Hermann's Museum at the German School
Fourth & Schiller. Noon to 4:00. Self-guided tours of newly renovated museum rooms. Adults, $5; students, $3; children 5 and under free.
Deutschheim State Historic Site
107 West Second, 10:00 to 4:00. Free exhibits and interpretive displays. Guided tours at 10:00, 12:30 and 2:30. Adults $4, students and children $2.50.
Stone Hill Winery
Noon to 5:00 p.m. Music by the Pat Auberry Accordion Duo. Special Octoberfest menu at Vintage Restaurant.
Lion's Club Kettle Corn
First & Schiller. 11:00 to 5:00. Hot dogs, brats & drinks.
Masonic Lodge Caboose
East First Street. Brats, burgers, hot dogs, lemonade, soda & homemade ice cream.
Red Barn Crafts & Antiques
523 West Ninth. Noon to 5:00 p.m. Where the past comes alive through tools of yesteryear.

oktoberfest second weekend
Saturday, October 8
60th Annual Arts and Crafts Festival
Hermann Middle School, Highway 100 West, 9:00 to 5:00. Exhibition and sale of a wide variety of handcrafted items. Sponsored by the Brush & Palette Club. $1 donation.
Historic Hermann's Museum at the German School
Fourth & Schiller. 10:00 to 4:00. Self-guided tours of newly renovated museum rooms. Adults, $5; students, $3; children 5 and under free.
Deutschheim State Historic Site
107 West Second, 10:00 to 4:00. Free exhibits and interpretive displays. Guided tours at 10:00, 12:30 and 2:30. Adults $4, students and children $2.50.
White House Hotel
232 East Wharf Street. Ticket and information booth opens at 10:00. Self-guided tour Friday and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to closing. Guided interactive lantern tours with actors in period costumes at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Hermannhof Festhalle
East First Street. 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. German music by the Loehnig Family, wine, beer & brats.
Stone Hill Winery
Noon to 5:00 p.m. Music by the Pat Auberry Accordion Duo. Special Octoberfest menu at Vintage Restaurant.
Lion's Club Kettle Corn
First & Schiller. 11:00 to 5:00. Hot dogs, brats & drinks.
Masonic Lodge Caboose
East First Street. Brats, burgers, hot dogs, lemonade, soda & homemade ice cream.
Oktoberfest German Bier Garten
Sequicentennial Park on Gutenberg Street. Food available from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Live entertainment by Badlands, 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Red Barn Crafts & Antiques
523 West Ninth. 10:00 to 5:00. Where the past comes alive through tools of yesteryear.
St. George Church Smorgasbord Dinner
128 West Fourth Street. Serving 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Music at the Bank Bar
Live music at the Bank Bar on Schiller Street. 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Sunday, October 9
60th Annual Arts and Crafts Festival
Hermann Middle School, Highway 100 West, 10:00 to 4:00. Exhibition and sale of a wide variety of handcrafted items. Sponsored by the Brush & Palette Club. $1 donation
Historic Hermann's Museum at the German School
Fourth & Schiller. Noon to 4:00. Self-guided tours of newly renovated museum rooms. Adults, $5; students, $3; children 5 and under free.
Deutschheim State Historic Site
107 West Second, 10:00 to 4:00. Free exhibits and interpretive displays. Guided tours at 10:00, 12:30 and 2:30. Adults $4, students and children $2.50.
Stone Hill Winery
Noon to 5:00 p.m. Music by Ed Morris. Special Octoberfest menu at Vintage Restaurant.
Lion's Club Kettle Corn
First & Schiller. 11:00 to 5:00. Hot dogs, brats & drinks.
Masonic Lodge Caboose
East First Street. Brats, burgers, hot dogs, lemonade, soda & homemade ice cream.
Red Barn Crafts & Antiques
523 West Ninth. Noon to 5:00. Where the past comes alive through tools of yesteryear.
St. George Church Smorgasbord Dinner
128 West Fourth Street. Serving 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Oktoberfest third weekend
Saturday, October 15
Artists of Wine Country
10:00 to 5:00. Free self-guided tour. Meet award-winning artist, discover unique holiday gifts. Artists profiles and maps available from the Welcome Center.
Historic Hermann's Museum at the German School
Fourth & Schiller. 10:00 to 4:00. Self-guided tours of newly renovated museum rooms. Adults, $5; students, $3; children 5 and under free.
Deutschheim State Historic Site
107 West Second, 10:00 to 4:00. Free exhibits and interpretive displays. Guided tours at 10:00, 12:30 and 2:30. Adults $4, students and children $2.50.
White House Hotel
232 East Wharf Street. Ticket and information booth opens at 10:00. Self-guided tour Friday and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to closing. Guided interactive lantern tours with actors in period costumes at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Hermannhof Festhalle
East First Street. 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. German music by the Loehnig Family, wine, beer & brats.
Stone Hill Winery
Noon to 5:00 p.m. Music by the Pat Auberry Accordion Duo. Special Octoberfest menu at Vintage Restaurant.
Lion's Club Kettle Corn
First & Schiller. 11:00 to 5:00. Hot dogs, brats & drinks.
Masonic Lodge Caboose
East First Street. Brats, burgers, hot dogs, lemonade, soda & homemade ice cream.
Oktoberfest German Bier Garten
Sequicentennial Park on Gutenberg Street. Food available from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Live entertainment by Pilot Grove, 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Red Barn Crafts & Antiques
523 West Ninth. 10:00 to 5:00. Where the past comes alive through tools of yesteryear.
Music at the Bank Bar
Live music by Play'n with Sharon at the Bank Bar on Schiller Street. 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Sunday, October 16
Artists of Wine Country
11:00 to 4:00. Free self-guided tour. Meet award-winning artist, discover unique holiday gifts. Artists profiles and maps available from the Welcome Center.
Historic Hermann's Museum at the German School
Fourth & Schiller. Noon to 4:00. Self-guided tours of newly renovated museum rooms. Adults, $5; students, $3; children 5 and under free.
Deutschheim State Historic Site
107 West Second, 10:00 to 4:00. Free exhibits and interpretive displays. Guided tours at 10:00, 12:30 and 2:30. Adults $4, students and children $2.50.
White House Hotel
232 East Wharf Street. Ticket and information booth opens at 10:00. Self-guided tour Friday and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to closing. Guided interactive lantern tours with actors in period costumes at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Stone Hill Winery
Noon to 5:00 p.m. Music by the Pat Auberry Accordion Duo. Special Octoberfest menu at Vintage Restaurant.
Lion's Club Kettle Corn
First & Schiller. 11:00 to 5:00. Hot dogs, brats & drinks.
Masonic Lodge Caboose
East First Street. Brats, burgers, hot dogs, lemonade, soda & homemade ice cream.
Red Barn Crafts & Antiques
523 West Ninth. 10:00 to 5:00. Where the past comes alive through tools of yesteryear.

oktoberfest fourth weekend
Saturday, October 22
Historic Hermann's Museum at the German School
Fourth & Schiller. 10:00 to 4:00. Self-guided tours of newly renovated museum rooms. Adults, $5; students, $3; children 5 and under free.
Deutschheim State Historic Site
107 West Second, 10:00 to 4:00. Free exhibits and interpretive displays. Guided tours at 10:00, 12:30 and 2:30. Adults $4, students and children $2.50.
Hermannhof Festhalle
East First Street. 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. German music by the Loehnig Family, wine, beer & brats.
Stone Hill Winery
Noon to 5:00 p.m. Music by the Pat Auberry Accordion Duo. Special Octoberfest menu at Vintage Restaurant.
Lion's Club Kettle Corn
First & Schiller. 11:00 to 5:00. Hot dogs, brats & drinks.
Oktoberfest German Bier Garten
Sequicentennial Park on Gutenberg Street. Food available from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Live entertainment by Tumbleweed, 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Red Barn Crafts & Antiques
523 West Ninth. 10:00 to 5:00. Where the past comes alive through tools of yesteryear.
Music at the Bank Bar
Live music by Play'n with Sharon at the Bank Bar on Schiller Street. 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Sunday, October 23
Historic Hermann's Museum at the German School
Fourth & Schiller. Noon to 4:00. Self-guided tours of newly renovated museum rooms. Adults, $5; students, $3; children 5 and under free.
Deutschheim State Historic Site
107 West Second, 10:00 to 4:00. Free exhibits and interpretive displays. Guided tours at 10:00, 12:30 and 2:30. Adults $4, students and children $2.50.
Stone Hill Winery
Noon to 5:00 p.m. Music by the Pat Auberry Accordion Duo. Special Octoberfest menu at Vintage Restaurant.
Lion's Club Kettle Corn
First & Schiller. 11:00 to 5:00. Hot dogs, brats & drinks.
Red Barn Crafts & Antiques
523 West Ninth. 10:00 to 5:00. Where the past comes alive through tools of yesteryear.
Cemetery Walk
Hermann City Cemetery, 3:00 p.m. Learn about Hermann history from actors in period costume. Sponsored by the Gasconade County Historical Society. Tickets available from the Archives Center, corner of Fourth and Schiller.

The Hermann Trolley will operate throughout the month. For a ride, call 636-575-6920.
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Special Oktoberfest events are scheduled at area wineries and the Tin Mill Brewery
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More Fee Gouging From Banks: 5 Dollar Debit Card Fee

More bad news for bank customers: Debit card fees
Associated Press
September 29, 2011

Locally, Peoples Savings Bank started charging $2 if you needed a question regarding your account answered over the phone.   SEE STORY HERE
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Will a monthly debit card fee soon be the norm? Bank of America said Thursday that it plans to start charging a $5 monthly fee when customers make debit card purchases. The fee will be rolled out starting early next year.

Paying to use a debit card was unheard of before this year and is still a novel concept for many consumers. But several banks have recently introduced or started testing debit card fees. That's in addition to the spate of other unwelcome changes checking account customers have seen in the past year.

Bank of America's announcement carries added weight because it is the largest U.S. bank by deposits.

The fee will apply to basic accounts, which are marketed toward those with modest balances, and will be in addition to any existing monthly service fees. For example, one such account charges a $12 monthly fee unless customers meet certain conditions, such as maintaining a minimum average balance of $1,500.

Customers will only be charged the fee if they use their debit cards for purchases in any given month, said Anne Pace, a Bank of America spokeswoman. Those who only use their cards at ATMs won't have to pay.

The debit card fee is just the latest twist in the rapidly evolving market for checking account.

A study by Bankrate.com this week found that just 45 percent of checking accounts are now free with no strings attached, down from 65 percent last year and 76 percent in 2009. Customers can still get free checking in most cases, but only if they meet certain conditions, such as setting up direct deposit.

The study also found that the total average cost for using an ATM rose to $3.81, from $3.74, the year before. The average overdraft fee inched up to $30.83, from $30.47

The changes come ahead of a regulation that goes into effect next month.

Starting Oct. 1, the regulation will cap the fees that banks can collect from merchants whenever customers swipe their debit cards. Those fees generated $19 billion in revenue for banks in 2009, according to the Nilson Report, which tracks the payments industry.

There is no similar cap on the merchant fees that banks can collect when customers use their credit cards, however. That means many banks are increasingly encouraging customers to reach for their credit cards, in hopes of reversing a trend toward debit card usage in the past several years.

An increasing reliance on credit cards would be particularly beneficial for big institutions like Bank of America, which have large credit card portfolios, notes Bart Narter, a banking analyst with Celent, a consulting firm.

"It's become a more profitable business, at least in relation to debit cards," Narter said.

This summer, an Associated Press-GfK poll found that two-thirds of consumers use debit cards more frequently than credit cards. But when asked how they would react if they were charged a $3 monthly debit card fee, 61 percent said they'd find another way to pay.

With a $5 fee, 66 percent said they would change their payment method.

Several banks are nevertheless moving ahead with debit card fees.

SunTrust, a regional bank based in Atlanta, began charging a $5 debit card fee on its basic checking accounts this summer. Regions Financial, which is based in Birmingham, Ala., plans to start charging a $4 fee next month.

Chase and Wells Fargo are also testing $3 monthly debit card fees in select markets. Neither bank has said when it will make a final decision on whether to roll out the fee more broadly.

The growing prevalence of the debit card fee is alarming for Josh Wood, a 32-year-old financial adviser in Amarillo, Texas.

Wood relies entirely on debit cards to avoid interest charges on a credit card. If his bank, Wells Fargo, began charging a debit card fee, he said he would take his business to a credit union.

If a debit fee became so prevalent that it was unavoidable, Wood said he's not sure how he'd react.

"I might use all cash. Or go back to writing checks," he said.

Bank of America's debit card fee will be rolled out in stages starting with select states in early 2012. The company would not say which states would be affected first.


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Hard Times For 46 Million Americans On Food Stamps (ETB) Highest Amount Ever

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In hard times, poor Americans Struggle to feed their famlies.
One in six people in the U.S. didn't have enough money to put food on the table.  Food insecurity is at its highest level in the US since 1995, and local officials report significant increases in the number of families seeking help.
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More Americans are in poverty right now, meaning more children are going to sleep hungry at night.

Nationwide, more than 16-million children live in homes with parents struggling to put enough food on the table.

Dr. Megan Sandel is at Boston Medical Center's unique "Grow Clinic." It specializes in treating underweight & malnourished children.

"People think about acute malnutrition and they may look at Somalia. What we see is chronic malnutrition, stunted growth, kids that are the size of a one year old when they're two years old. And they're not going to be able to make up for that for the rest of their lives."

Emergency rooms in boston are seeing a spike in severely-underweight children ages five & younger.

In other cities like Baltimore, Minneapolis, Philadelphia & Little Rock, Arkansas, the number of malnourished kids have doubled in the last two years many doctors say, because of the recession.

The latest numbers show that 46 million people are on food stamps.

Now, there's a renewed debate in Congress over what food stamps can and can't buy.

For example, food stamps can't be used for beer, wine, liquor or cigarettes.

They also can't be used for vitamins, prepared food from a store, pet food, or toilet paper.

But soft drinks, candy, cookies, ice cream and birthday cake are allowed.

Now, some restaurants in Florida, Michigan, Arizona and California are permitted to serve the homeless, disabled and elderly paying with food stamps.

Some fast-food companies want to expand that and allow people to buy fast food with food stamps.

Some advocates for the hungry think it's a great idea, while public health advocates think the program should be geared toward more nutritious food.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture runs the program.

Congress will be debating if a change should be made to what can and can't be bought with food stamps (EBT Cards - Electronic Benefit Transfer).


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Fierce Firefight Between U.S. forces, Taliban Militants - September 2011 VIDEO

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Nato released video shows a fierce firefight between U.S. forces and what they say were Taliban militants, two of whom they say were killed, in Kandalay village in southern Afghanistan.
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New York Transit Workers Union to Join Wall Street Protest: Protests Spread Around the Country Despite News Blackout

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A Massive Union Just Voted To Side With The Wall Street Protesters 
Linette Lopez
businessinsider.com
Sep. 29, 2011
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According to Daily Kos, The New York Transit Workers Union (TWU) voted to support the Wall Street Protestors at their meeting last night.

A member of TWU Local 100 told a reporter that they would join the protest Friday at 4PM.
Here's more about them from their website:
The TWU has four main divisions: Railroad; Gaming; Airline; Transit; and Utility, University and Service. The Union has 114 autonomous locals representing over 200,000 members and retirees in 22 states around the country.
Occupy Wall Street has been picking up some decent support from unions in the past few days. Yesterday we reported that the Teamsters Union declared their support for protestors, and we also found out that the United Pilots Union had members at the protest demonstrating in uniform.
Today we learned the Industrial Workers of the World put a message of support on their website as well.


That's good for the protestors, sure, but the bottom line is whether or not these unions can produce bodies. Experience says that when they want to, unions can be quite good at doing that very thing.
And it seems that they're interested. In many of their statements of support, they say that their members are part of "The 99%" that Occupy Wall Street protestors keep talking about.
But what does that even mean? Naturally, we had to get to the bottom of it, so we found the We Are The 99% blog. It's made of a collection of pictures people holding up signs about how the sorry state of the economy has effected them. Here are some examples:
  • A guy in a lab coat with a stethoscope around his neck (you can't see his face) holds a sign saying: "Ivy League medical student over 100,000 in debt committed to a life of helping the homeless and mentally ill. We are the 99%."
  • Another girl holds a sign saying: "They say you can be anything you want if you work hard enough. The truth is you can only be what you want if you can pay enough. Only 20 and already drowning in debt because I want to follow my dreams. I am the 99%."
  • Another woman holds up a sign saying: "I'm a single mom of four, college graduate 3.6 GPA, shelf stocker, I go hungry daily, I am the 99%. Occupy Wall Street.
Now for your protest update: When we checked in on the live feed around 9:30 this morning, the protestors were marching, playing drums and chanting: "All day, all week occupy Wall Street!"
A cop briefly interrupted them and told them that they were "invited" to stay on the sidewalk and the drumming continued to the sound of applause cheers of "YAY the sidewalk!"
Also, good old Michael Moore will be giving an interview from the protest tonight on MSNBC at 8 PM.
Click here to see the protestor's list of demands >
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RED HOT CARDINALS WIN NL WILD CARD: Cards Improbable comeback complete

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Cards win NL wild card

BY JOE STRAUSS 
stltoday.com
September 28, 2011
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HOUSTON • Thirty-five days before, they had gathered inside a muted home clubhouse at Busch Stadium to pick one another up from a three-game sweep that had tattered their season and driven many outside the walls to question their credibility, even their fortitude.

The message was simple: Even if others had written off their season, the larger disappointment would occur if they as players followed.

Wednesday night before 24,358 at Minute Maid Park, the Cardinals offered final testimony to that Aug. 24 gathering by disposing of the 106-loss Houston Astros in matter-of-fact fashion, 8-0. An hour later, the Cardinals were in the playoffs as the NL wild-card team when Atlanta lost to Philadelphia in 13 innings.

The Cardinals (90-72) immediately removed all suspense by taking a 3-0 lead before making their first out and strong-arming a 5-0 edge before ace Chris Carpenter (11-9) threw his first pitch. The rest was details as Carpenter threw a seamless 106-pitch complete game that paused for only one walk.

After opening the game with five consecutive hits, the Cardinals reached Astros starter Brett Myers (7-14) for 10 hits before the home club reached Carpenter for its second. After rallying from a five-run deficit to win Tuesday, the Cardinals constructed their most prolific first inning of the season en route to their 18th September victory.

They won with their pitching coach, Dave Duncan, in attendance for the first time since Aug. 19. A team that slouched from the field five weeks before embraced each other as it exited Wednesday. Carpenter paused long enough to embrace manager Tony La Russa, whose message he helped relay during that August meeting.

The Cardinals last led their division July 25 and found themselves trailing the Braves by 10½ games for the wild card after being outscored by the Los Angeles Dodgers 24-7 during what appeared to be a ruinous Aug. 22-24 series.

Coincidence or not, the Cardinals followed up their clubhouse meeting with a 23-9 rush in which they won nine of 10 series, including three-game sweeps of the Braves and NL champion Milwaukee Brewers.

Spending five weeks on the edge gave way to Wednesday's quickie beatdown.

During a 10-hitter rally, the Cardinals produced five hits in Myers' first 22 pitches. Five players contributed a first-inning RBI, beginning with first baseman Albert Pujols and ending with shortstop Nick Punto, fresh off Tuesday's four-hit game.

Carpenter, who opened the season 1-7, closed with a 10-2 run beginning June 23. He offered a vintage performance against an overmatched lineup that managed nothing more than a lone single in the fourth and sixth innings. The Astros pushed only one runner to second base and never reached third. Carpenter reached the eighth inning in 92 pitches.

Jon Jay, Allen Craig, Pujols, Lance Berkman and David Freese created a staccato first-inning attack that left Myers clearly irritated and brought manager Brad Mills to the mound.

Carpenter entered the start with 2281/3 innings and left with his fifth straight outing of at least seven innings. Carpenter allowed five runs combined in that span.

Wednesday night served as final validation to the late July trades that acquired starting pitcher Edwin Jackson, relievers Marc Rzepczynski and Octavio Dotel, shortstop Rafael Furcal and outfielder Corey Patterson. A team that labored for traction after its 37-25 start found itself at only 67-63 following the Dodgers fiasco. The Cardinals have since lost consecutive games only twice and not endured a three-game losing streak.

The Cardinals bumped their lead to 6-0 with an unearned run in the third inning and added on in the fifth when Freese moved around on consecutive ground balls after leading off with a double.

Craig, who generated four RBIs after entering Tuesday's game in the fourth inning, smacked his second home run in as many nights and 11th of the season to account for the final margin.

While the offense generated double-digit hits, Carpenter amassed a season-most 11 strikeouts his first three times through the Astros order. He worked as a steamroller, taking the ball and quickly feeding it back to catcher Yadier Molina against a lineup barely there. Carpenter allowed himself a brief indulgence during the seventh inning when, hearing a buzz from the healthy contingent of Cardinals fans behind the third-base dugout, he dropped the ball and stole a glance at the left-field scoreboard that read: PHI 3, ATL 3.

Carpenter entered the ninth inning with 98 pitches but the Astros seemed glad to play along with a limp ninth that allowed Carpenter to work his fourth complete game and second shutout of the season.


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Fisherman Ricky Dixon rescued from Missouri River at Hermann Missouri

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The Missouri Water Patrol rescued a man Wednesday afternoon from the Missouri River.

44-year-old Ricky Dixon, a Hermann resident, fell out of his fishing boat shortly before 1 p.m. Wednesday, September 28, 2011.  Dixon was reaching into the water attemping to retrieve a fishing stringer.


Dixon was in the boat alone, but a woman witnessed the fall and called authorities.

 Dixon could be heard screaming
for help blocks away by several people .

Authorities believe Dixon was trying to swim to shore because of his location when they arrived on the scene.

He was rescued by members of the Hermann police and fire departments and Hermann EMS paramedics.

Dixon received moderate injuries, but is expected to recover. 


Rick Dixon is worker for the State of Missouri.

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African-Americans Have Been Brainwashed...Pure and Simple...One Third of Blacks Would Vote For Me, says Herman Cain VIDEO

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Herman Cain: Blacks Have Been "Brainwashed"

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September 28, 2011
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"African-Americans have been brainwashed into not being open minded, not even considering a conservative point of view. I have received some of that same vitriol simply because I am running for the Republican nomination as a conservative. So it's just brainwashing and people not being open minded, pure and simple," presidential candidate Herman Cain (R-GA) said on CNN.
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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

'Pepper-spray' Cop Identified as Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna: UPDATE:Bloomberg Attempt to Entice Riot Using Police Supervisor Provocateur or is it a Lone Wolf Rouge Cop



Occupy Wall Street: 'Pepper-spray' officer named in Bush protest claim

Anthony Bologna, NYPD officer named in pepper-spray incident, is accused of civil rights violations at the time of the 2004 Republican national convention protests

A senior New York police officer accused of pepper-spraying young women on the "Occupy Wall Street" demonstrations is the subject of a pending legal action over his conduct at another protest in the city.
The Guardian has learned that the officer, named by activists as deputy inspector Anthony Bologna, stands accused of false arrest and civil rights violations in a claim brought by a protester involved in the 2004 demonstrations at the Republican national convention.
Then, 1,800 people were arrested during protests against the Iraq war and the policies of president George W Bush.
Alan Levine, a civil rights lawyer representing Post A Posr, a protester at the 2004 event, told the Guardian that he filed an action against Bologna and another officer, Tulio Camejo, in 2007. The case, filed at the New York Southern District Court, is expected to be heard next year.
Levine said that when he heard about the pepper spray incident "a bunch of us were wondering if any of the same guys were involved".
The lawyer said Posr was arrested on 31 August 2004, after he approached the driver of a Volkswagen festooned with anti-abortion slogans.
His arrest was not directly related to the protest against the Republican convention, but was at a time of heightened tension in New York.
Levine said: "Police contend that Posr hit the man with a rolled-up newspaper. He said he was just talking to the guy. Bologna ordered another officer, Camejo, to arrest Posr."
Posr was charged with two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of second degree harassment, and held until September 2. On November 8, all charges against him were dropped.
Levine said that, in a departure from normal police procedure, his client was held in a special detention facility, at Pier 57, where he and others arrested were held until the protests were over.
The Guardian asked the NYPD to respond to the naming of the officer and the allegation that he was previously the subject of a civil rights complaint, but a spokesman said the department had not yet decided whether to comment.
Bologna's name appeared on Twitter and on activists' websites after the incident on Saturday. YouTube footage appears to show a white-shirted NYPD officer firing the spray into the eyes of the protesters, who are penned in by other officers with orange netting. As the officer walks away, two of the women crumple to the ground, screaming in pain.
There were a number of clashes between protesters and police at the march, when protesters moved uptown from their base at a park in the Financial District. There were about 80 arrests.
Hacker collective Anonymous claimed responsibility on Monday for posting Bologna's details, which they said was in retribution for the pepper-spray incident.
The online postings identified Bologna as a deputy inspector of Patrol Borough Manhattan South, and revealed his phone number and family details.
The information, posted on a site called Pastebin, included a statement which read: "As we watched your officers kettle innocent women, we observed you barbarically pepper-spray wildly into the group of kettled women. We were shocked and disgusted by your behaviour."
"You know who the innocent women were; now they will have the chance to know who you are. Before you commit atrocities against innocent people, think twice. WE ARE WATCHING!!! Expect Us!"
Since the post, other activists have followed suit, urging people to call his precinct to complain or to call him directly.
The move drew a mixed response from the Occupy Wall Street activists who have been camped out in Zuccotti Park for nine days. Many say they were angry about the "brutal and unnecessary" tactics used by police at the weekend.
Hero Vincent, 28, an artist from the Bronx, said: "I think it should be out there, so that people know what's going on and if people want to enter his precinct and ask that he should be fired, they can. We are a peaceful protest. For them to attack us is wrong."
Vincent, who was arrested for resisting arrest on Saturday, claimed he was kicked in the stomach by officers.
But there was also disquiet over the officer's family details being made public.
Another protester, who did not want to be named, told the Guardian: "My dad is a police officer and he got a lot of death threats. I don't know if his family details should be out there. But if the information is correct and he has a rights case against him, I'm extremely concerned that he was put into what was a very tense situation."
One protester, Jeanne Mansfield – who said she was standing so close to the women sprayed in the face that her own eyes burned – claimed other NYPD officers had expressed disbelief at the actions of the senior officer.
In a vivid account of the incident in the Boston Review, Mansfield said: "A white-shirt, now known to be NYPD Lieutenant Anthony Bologna, comes from the left, walks straight up to the three young girls at the front of the crowd, and pepper-sprays them in the face for a few seconds, continuing as they scream 'No! Why are you doing that?!'"
Despite her attempts to turn away from the "unavoidable" spray, Mansfield, who took part in Saturday's march with her boyfriend on a whim after "stumbling across" it, said she suffered burning and temporary blindness in her left eye and tears streaming down her face.
She continued: "In the street I shout for water to rinse my eyes or give to the girls on the ground. But no one responds. One of the blue-shirts, tall and bald, stares in disbelief and says, 'I can't believe he just fuckin' maced her.'"

Anthony Bologna Petition: Remove Mr. Mace From NYPD Force

By Wednesday, September 28, 2011
deathandtaxesmag.com
 
A petition has been created at Change.org with the intent of being sent to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, asking him to remove NYPD’s deputy inspector of Patrol Borough Manhattan South Anthony Bologna from the force for pepper-spraying peaceful protesters at Union Square on September 24th.
The protesters were already hemmed in with orange netting. They had nowhere to go. They were effectively neutralized by the law, and yet Bologna thought it a good idea to sneak in, pepper-spray the protesters and then run away like a coward back into his crowd of police officers, as though cameras would not catch him if he were quick about it.
The NYPD is defending Bologna’s actions and there is no sign that his conduct is being investigated. Indeed, the NYPD, through spokesperson Paul Browne, is advancing the absurd theory that they, in fact, are the victims here. Therefore, this petition is essential.
The petition states, “We demand that Anthony Bologna be charged with assault for his actions and that he sees jail time.”
It also states, “We demand that Mayor Michael Bloomberg address the Occupy Wall Street & General Assembly and apologize for the police brutality and the weak attempt at a cover-up that has followed.”
Also included in the petition is a request to remove NYPD Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly for not being able to control senior officers but in “sheltering them from receiving punishment.”
Bologna clearly displayed not only a lack of judgment but also a reprehensible reaction to his own actions—running away from his handiwork and, according to some, laughter. At the very least, the pepper-spray incident deserves investigation, as well as the high-tailing it from the scene; but the laughter after the fact should be investigated as well.
It seems that Bologna has a history with protesters. Bologna stands accused of false arrest and civil rights violations in a 2007 claim filed by a protester who attended the 2004 Republican National Convention demonstrations. The case is to be heard next year. And Cryptome makes reference to a 2001 May Day incident in which Bologna shoved two protesters.
Head over to Change.org to sign the petition.

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Bloomberg Attempt to Entice Riot: A Thesis Video
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Editorial and Video Compiled By: Poor Richard - Hermann Mo News
September 26, 2011
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Wall Street Protest: Cop Attack and Mace Incident

Exhibit 1) Mayor Warns of Riots in the Streets on September 16, 2011 - "...that's what happened in Cairo, that's what happened in Madrid, you don't want those kind of riots here..."


Exhibit 2) New York City Police Crack Down, Police Supervisor (provocateur) using (a) excessive force as well as (b) chemical agents(see top photo) to illegally suppress people's right to protest peacefully.

Exhibit 3) Isolate and Pen-In Peaceful Victims on Sidewalk: Video shows uniformed officers had corralled women protesters using orange nets.

Exhibit 4) So-Called Rogue Police Supervisor (provocateur) checks out next victim for Mace Attack (Watch video carefully): Police supervisors made a beeline for the women, and at least one suddenly sprayed the women before turning and quickly walking away


Exhibit 5) Police Supervisor Retreat Attempting to Blend into the Crowd.

Exhibit 6) Denial of Incident (i.e. Plausible Deni-ability) - Removal of Police Isolation Corral - Leaving Victims on Sidewalk to Treat Their Injuries Themselves: Footage of other police altercations also circulated online, but it was unclear what caused the dramatic mood shift in an otherwise peaceful demonstration.





The NYPD was investigating the use of pepper spray.   
How about an Grand Jury Investigation?


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