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Articles from the October 12, 2016 edition

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  • "The Difference Between Abraham Lincoln and Hillary. He Never Lied. . . You'd Be In Jail If I Were President"

    Observer Staff|Oct 12, 2016

    Wounded before the debate, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump came out swinging in Sunday night's debate. He was on his game, and Hillary Clinton's smiles seemed a little insincere. Trump also attacked the moderators for perceived unfairness, saying it was "three against one." As they entered the debate hall to applause, Clinton and Trump did not shake hands. Clinton merely nodded at Trump, who slowed when it became clear that she would not be extending her hand. Then they simply...

  • Why the Access Hollywood Tape Will Actually Help Donald Trump Win the Presidency

    Stan Greene, Observer Staff Writer|Oct 12, 2016

    Donald Trump's boorish banter with Billy Bush (George HW Bush's Nephew) on the set of Access Hollywood when the two men were traveling to meet Actress Adriana Zucker, have been condemned roundly by everyone on Earth. From John McCain to Trump running mate Mike Pence to his wife Melania Trump, folks have rushed to distance themselves from the Republican nominee for President. Hell, even Tic Tacs condemned Trump ("Tic Tacs does not condone abuse of women"--thanks for clarifying that, guys). We're...

  • Move it! Move it! Move it! are Wonderful Words for Human Beings to Live By

    Ron Irwin|Oct 12, 2016

    Oh how much I didn't fully understand the profound significance of those powerful words so eloquently if forcefully bellowed at me and my fellow young Marine recruits by our loving Drill Instructors lo those many years ago. "Move it! Move it! Move it" are indeed words extremely rich in meaning not only for Marine recruits but indeed for all of humanity. Even fundamental laws of physics tell us that objects, and that includes human beings, that are in motion tend to remain in motion while objects...

  • Health Officials Urge Californians to Remove Standing Water

    CDPH|Oct 12, 2016

    California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Director and State Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith calls on the people of California to help reduce the number of mosquitoes by eliminating standing water, especially in areas that have recently had rain and continue to experience warm temperatures. "Rainy weather can create new breeding grounds for mosquitoes if water is allowed to pool and remain stagnant," said CDPH Director and State Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith. "Aedes mosquito...