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“Is there a criminal penalty for shooting down a drone over U.S. soil?”
As drummer in a forgotten New Jersey band in the 1960s, David Chase never got close — never even got close to close — to making it in music. Yet from a sound check of his rock-infused HBO series "The Sopranos," it's clear the music never faded away.
As the red states dry their eyes and lick their wounds, we find the people have spoken. Like it or not, Barack Obama is again our president. How can we help this president succeed so we do not continue in this horrendous gridlock.
DALLAS — President George H.W. Bush had a problem so important he sent a memo to White House staff asking them to take a pledge. His dog, Ranger, was packing on the pounds.
FILE - This Aug. 4, 2010 file photo shows presidential pet Bo climbing the stairs of Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. for a flight to Chicago with President Barack Obama. Dallas author Jennifer Boswell Pickens interviewed everyone from first family members to White House staffers to give readers a glimpse at what life is like at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. for pets and what those pets have meant to their famous owners. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)
“Hopefully Sandy’s decision to occupy Wall St. Will have a bigger effect on Congress and the president’s numerous requests to address infrastructure than the 99 percent did. Sandy could be the E.F. Hutton of the 21st century: When Sandy speaks everyone listens.”
Bo is a great little guy, who was very loved and cared for, but reluctantly his owner had to give him up. Bo graduated from PetSmart Obedience Training a few years back, therefore, he is very mannerly and gets along with other dogs. He loves attention, treats, going for walks, and being brushed. He had dental work at some point and is missing a few lower teeth, but that does not hinder him from smiling at everyone he meets. Bo also has a nice, lush coat. He is 8 years old, weighs 10 pounds, is neutered, current on vaccinations and has a microchip.
Clint Eastwood's first film as an actor for a director other than himself since "In the Line of Fire" in 1993, "Trouble With the Curve" is a corny, conventional and quite enjoyable father-daughter reconciliation story set mostly in the minor league baseball world of the South.
When considering iconic fictional couples, there are only a few who immediately come to mind whose relationship has stood the test of time. Romeo & Juliet, Lois & Clark, Rhett & Scarlett, Fred & Wilma, Homer & Marge and even Peter & Mary Jane are all partners who, when matched together by just their first names, embody a picture of romantic affinity in our collective pop cultural consciousness.
“Don’t you sometime wonder where people’s hearts are? We have an epidemic of homeless Vietnam war veterans and now Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans too. Many carry physical and psychological wounds they suffered in defense of our country. That’s why you have to wonder how people can donate to homeless dog, cats and horse shelters, while these veterans are left to fend for themselves on the street.”
How did summer go by so fast?
Mesa’s Red Mountain American Little League Minors All Stars: Back Row left to right: Coach Rich Elmore, Coach Eladio Pena, Coach Mike Grooms. Standing Up left to right: Joey Hamilton, Dylan Drake, Bo Schwenckert, Eladio Pena, Treyton Kramer, R.J. Elmore, Dakota Duffalo, Brandon Sembaluk, Trevor Stout. Laying Down Left to Right: Parker Walters, Conner Gardner, Thatcher Grooms, Cole Cline. (Photo courtesy of Mesa Red Mountain American Little League)
Arizona Celebration of Freedom: Known for his role as Bo Duke in “The Dukes of Hazzard,” actor, singer and producer John Schneider headlines Mesa’s Independence Day celebration with a benefit concert for veterans Friday at the Mesa Arts Center and emcees and performs at the Salute to America program Saturday. The two-day celebration includes family fun zones, live country and rock music, patriotic and history displays, a classic car show, Motorcylce Mania and a fireworks extravaganza.
On Thursday night (June 7) about 8 or 8:30 p.m. on the walking path along the power lines between Mesquite and Elliott Roads, my precious little Chihuahua-mix, Sugar, was attacked and killed by two large, unattended dogs. They had collars and were clearly domesticated. Sugar was a sweet and lovable reddish-brown dog who loved kids.
Actor and singer John Schneider will take on two roles later this month at the Arizona Celebration of Freedom festival in downtown Mesa. Known for his role as Bo Duke in The Dukes of Hazzard and Jonathan Kent in Smallville, Schneider will sing and emcee at the event June 29-30.
All-Tribune First Team
Instead of wondering what’s gone wrong with your defending NL West-champion Arizona Diamondbacks, let’s flip the issue on its side.
A woman is facing a child prostitution charge after trying to trade sexual favors for a McDonald’s meal.
Kudos to former Mesa police sergeant Bill Richardson for exposing corruption in Tempe. He appears to be an honest man who needs all of our continued support. Guys like this don’t grow on trees. Kudos also to the Tribune for giving him a wide berth in this regard.
“Financial advisors tell us to pay the highest-rate debts first. Let’s raise the rate on educational loans as the contract states to get more paid back. You cannot repossess an education!”
“The jerks that are protesting: not only are we paying for police protection, are they all on welfare? They apparently don’t work?”
We are watching our country evolve into a four-group Caste System.