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    “This is not the court of [the Rehnquist] era. We actually trusted each other. We may have been a dysfunctional family, but we were a family.” Thomas said that the left has adopted tactics that conservatives simply would not. He said, “You would never visit Supreme Court Justices' houses when things didn’t go our way. We didn’t throw tempter tantrums. It is incumbent on us to always act appropriately, and not to repay tit for tat.” The Supreme Court justice indicated that the left employs similarly outlandish tactics during the confirmation process. “You will not see the utter destruction of a single nominee. You will also not see people going to other people’s houses, attacking them at dinner at a restaurant, throwing things on them.” Thomas is the longest-serving member of the current court and is a fierce opponent of Roe v. Wade. During his talk at Friday’s conference, Thomas indicated that he believed opposition to his nomination to the Supreme Court in 1991 was “by those people who were trying to keep me off the court over abortion.”
    When Linda Carman accepted an offer from her 22-year-old son to set out on what she believed would be a pleasant mom-and-son fishing trip in September 2016, she couldn’t have known how it would all go horrifically wrong. The vessel sank and Linda disappeared at sea, leaving her son, Nathan, to float adrift on a life raft for eight days before he was rescued, professing that he was grief-stricken and had nothing to do with the tragic accident. Federal authorities believed otherwise. And on Tuesday, six years later, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Vermont announced that Nathan Carman, now 28, had been arrested and charged with his mother’s sordid murder, as well as “related frauds to obtain family and insurance funds.” An unsealed indictment, first delivered by grand jury on May 2, also accused Carman of fatally shooting his sleeping grandfather, a man named John Chakalos, in 2013. The two alleged murders “were part of a scheme to obtain money and property from the estate of John Chakalos and related family trusts,” prosecutors said. Chakalos was a rich man, having...
    A 21-year-old claimed that she was 'almost sold into sex slavery' by her own best friend when she was just a teen - who tried to trick her by pretending she had been picked for a school exchange program.   Back in 2013, Ana Vianey Martínez Lugo, from Mexico, almost became a victim of human trafficking at the hands of her close pal - but was ultimately saved by her 'sixth sense,' and her mom.   Ana's friend - whos name was kept hidden for privacy reasons - had told her that she had won the opportunity to take part in a student exchange in Spain, and that she was able to take two friends along.  Excited to be picked, Ana began filling out the documents so she could jet off halfway around the world with her friend, whom she had known for five years.  But when the then-teenager was sifting through the personal data form, there was one big giveaway that untangled the web of lies. A 21-year-old claimed that she was 'almost sold into sex slavery' by her own best friend when...
    OWNER of NBA side Cleveland Cavaliers Dan Gilbert has joined forces with the controversial Ricketts family to takeover Chelsea. According to Sky News, Rock Entertainment Group (REG) has agreed to participate in the consortium led by the Ricketts family and the hedge fund tycoon Ken Griffin. 3Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert pictured in 2014Credit: Getty Images - Getty It is claimed REG have agreed to invest a significant but undisclosed sum in the takeover bid of Roman Abramovich's Chelsea. And American businessman Gilbert - whose wealth is estimated by Forbes magazine at almost £23.5billion - is said to be involved. REG also owns the Cleveland Monsters ice hockey team, and the NBA G-League team Cleveland Charge. The Ricketts family - who own baseball giants Chicago Cubs - have faced backlash when leaked emails from 2019 appeared to reveal prospective new owner Joe Ricketts saying "Muslims are my enemy". READ MORERICKETTS RAGE Chelsea fans protest Ricketts takeover as Supporters' Trust condemn approachJUST NOT RICKETT Chelsea bidders fume Ricketts family have 'preferential treatment' As exposed by Splinter, the 80-year-old also wrote in...
    CHELSEA fans have protested the takeover approach from the Ricketts family ahead of their clash with Brentford on Saturday afternoon. Fans' group We Are The Shed released a statement on Wednesday night urging supporters to make their feelings clear during the match - as Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts and his family continue to negotiate with the club. 6Chelsea fans protested the Ricketts' bid on SaturdayCredit: PA 6Blues supporters gathered outside the ground ahead of the Brentford gameCredit: Reuters 6"#No To Ricketts, #No To Racism" banners were on showCredit: PA 6The fans also told the Americans to 'Buck Off'Credit: PA 6Chelsea are looking for a new owner after Roman Abramovich put the club up for saleCredit: PA And the Chelsea Supporters Trust then came out on Saturday and condemned the Americans' approach. The Ricketts have come under fire after leaked emails from Tom’s father Joe saw him say Muslims are ‘my natural enemy’. And other bidders are reportedly in uproar over what they view as ‘preferential treatment’ for the Ricketts family’s offer. But it was the Blues supporters who showed their disdain for...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón on Monday joined family members of Cliff Hibbert Jr., a 22-year-old CSUN student who was shot and killed 14 years ago."It took me nine months to carry my son in my stomach, 22 years to raise him," said Donna Brown, Hibbert Jr.'s mother. "And it took one bullet to take Cliff's breath away."Hibbert Jr. was weeks away from graduating.On spring break from college, Hibbert Jr. and his friend Kenneth Patterson were shot and killed in the Vermont Square neighborhood. Fourteen years later, the family continues to call for justice on this unsolved case."The reality is that the solvability of homicides in this country is abysmal and even in our county sometimes is around 50%," said Gascón.Gascón said one of the reasons for the amount of unsolved crimes is a lack of trust in the community. They hope by opening the door to the D.A.'s office it will help establish a relationship within the community."Every case won't have DNA, every case won't have surveillance cameras, every case won't have fingerprint...
    An Arizona doctor who died along with her sister at an assisted suicide clinic in Switzerland had transferred her $1 million home to a trust to benefit her family weeks before their deaths.  Lila Ammouri, a 54 year-old palliative care doctor, whose death with her sister, Susan Frazier, 49, a registered nurse, was confirmed on February 18, had placed her million dollar Cave Creek home in an intrafamily trust on January 25.  The arrangement, also known as a living trust, allows family members to receive the property after her death without having to go through the conventional legal process of probate to prove they're the rightful heirs to the property.  According to public records, Ammouri purchased the home in 2014 for $549,000. The single-family home features three bathrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a pool in a spacious backyard. It has doubled in value since she purchased it.  Through the trust placed on the home, ownership could be transferred to Ammouri's only known relative, her brother, Cal Ammouri, 60, of New York, who said he was torn apart after learning of his...
    Just a few years ago Volodymyr Zelensky was a very popular actor in Ukraine known for his lighthearted comedy.Now, in a very serious time for the world, he is the president of his country and an image of strength against the Russian invasion."It's not surprising that he would appear to have the heart of a lion because the Ukrainian people are the same way," said David Dodson who has known and worked with Zelensky for 14 years.In that time, he says they've become friends and he calls him by the familiar version of his name: Volodya. Dodson directed him in three feature films, including Zelensky's last movie "Me You He She."Dodson says he always saw leadership qualities in the the now Ukrainian president.Zelensky urges Biden to send strong message on Russia and says: 'I'm not iconic. Ukraine is iconic'EMBED More News Videos Russian strikes pounded the central square in Ukraine's second-largest city and other civilian targets, and a 40-mile convoy of tanks and other vehicles threatened the capital. "He's sincere, he actually means it. There's no guile, he's not overwhelming...
    Connecticut has big plans for its share of the $6 billion Purdue Pharma settlement after being one of nine agencies to appeal a previous settlement with the Sackler family. As part of the multi-billion dollar settlement, Connecticut is set to receive approximately $95 million, which is approximately 40 percent more than the previously vacated settlement that was appealed by state officials. Earlier story - Purdue Pharma Reaches $6B Settlement With US States Over Thousands Of Opioid-Related Lawsuits Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said that the money the state will receive as part of the settlement will be used in part to establish an “Opioid Survivors Trust” to directly aid survivors and the victims of the opioid epidemic. According to Tong, outside of the Survivors Trust, some of the money from the settlement will also be used to “save lives through opioid treatment and prevention.” The $6 billion settlement is scheduled to be spread out over 18 years, with the largest payments provided upfront to address the nationwide opioid crisis more immediately. Tong also noted that in response to Connecticut’s...
    TEEN Mom fans went crazy after Jaylan Mobley was caught shirtless while talking to his girlfriend Leah Messer on Teen Mom: Family Reunion. But not everyone was swooning over the star's physique. 5Teen Mom fans went wild for a shirtless Jaylan MobleyCredit: MTV 5Fans think this photo of Leah reveals her baby bumpCredit: Instagram @leahmesser It seems as excited as fans were to see the shirtless hunk, they were equally excited to debate the couple's future, and whether Leah may be pregnant again. The debate raged after Tuesday night's episode, when a Reddit user posted: "Leah's man was looking GOOD! Do we think they will have a baby?" Responses and opinions came flooding in, with one person posting: "He is 100% hot but no they should not have a baby," while another admitted: "Mother of God. I didn't watch the reunion but that is a good looking man." Others laid out their reasons for their feelings. One poster noted: "I think he’s trying to benefit from her very minor celebrity. Leah isn’t an ugly gal, she (just) doesn’t have a...
    LEAH Messer opened up about her "major relationship issues" on Teen Mom Family Reunion, confessing that she was struggling to "trust" boyfriend Jaylan. The MTV star has three children with two exes, both of whom she was married to. 1Leah Messer confessed that she was struggling to let boyfriend Jaylan Mobley in Early in Tuesday's episode of Teen Mom Family Reunion, Leah was called out by her co-stars for being "quiet." The cast noted that she seemed "guarded," urging her to "open up." Leah confessed that she was struggling with "trust," noting that the issue was with more than just the people she was filming the show with. The reality star said in a confessional: "Hearing all the other moms open up, I know I need to go deeper." She confessed to her co-stars: "I just need to trust people because I think I’ve been burned so many times. "I always feel like everyone has an ulterior motive and that’s f**ked up." Most read in EntertainmentTMI! Kourtney makes x-rated claim in new Poosh post after bragging about sex life'TOO GROWN-UP!'...
    TIME apparently doesn't heal every wound, as Maci Bookout found out during her first sit down with fellow Teen Mom Farrah Abraham in more than four years. In a preview of Tuesday's episode, the two original reality show stars meet to discuss their pasts, and possible futures together. 5Maci Bookout sat down with Farrah Abraham for the first time in yearsCredit: MTV 5Farrah explained she has trust issuesCredit: MTV "I'm meeting with Farrah because I want her to know that if she wants to be a part of this reunion, there's a spot for her," Maci, 30, admitted in a confessional interview during the latest Teen Mom: Family Reunion episode. "She deserves the opportunity just like everyone else." But when she started to explain that to Farrah, the fellow 30-year-old cut her off, and countered: "My body was very upset and not able to come down from...I don’t know what was going on when I arrived. And I don’t know why it was such a triggering problem to my nervous system, so that’s sad." Maci tried to change the focus,...
    LEAH Messer is worried her relationship with boyfriend Jaylan Mobley is too good to be true. In a new clip from Teen Mom: Family Reunion, Leah questions whether her relationship with the cyber officer is even real. 5Leah Messer opened up about her new boyfriend Jaylan MobleyCredit: Instagram / Teen Mom 5Leah and Jaylan pack on the PDACredit: Instagram/Leah Messer Sitting on a dock with fellow Teen Mom Ashley Jones, Leah opened up about how she feels about their relationship, showering Jaylan with compliments. The 29-year-old shared: "Jaylan is a really great guy. And he’s cool, he’s so kind. "The chemistry is there. The connection is there. "He’s very career driven. He has his long term goals, his short terms goals. He's very intelligent. Thoughtful. Compassionate." But when Ashley asked if Leah was "open to that," the answer was surprising. "I’m not," Leah confessed. "I don’t think that I don’t deserve it, but I also think I’m  a little bit, 'is this real?' Most read in The US SunLEGEND DEAD Meat Loaf 'dies of covid' age...
    A Rhodes Scholar who won a coveted scholarship at Oxford after claiming she overcame childhood abuse and grew up in foster care has been accused of lying to officials and is in fact the daughter of a radiologist who went to private school.  Mackenzie Fierceton, 23, describes herself as a 'queer, first generation, low income' student at The University of Pennsylvania. In November 2020, she was given a scholarship to go to Oxford after dazzling the Rhodes Trust with her story of how she overcame welfare, an abusive mother and the foster care system.   In a November 2020 Philadelphia Inquirer news article about the scholarship, she was lauded as a 'first-generation student' who 'has been low-income throughout her life, and grew up in foster care.'  She said at the time that she would have traded the prestigious scholarship to have been 'adopted and have a family'.  But in reality, she went to the $30,000-a-year Whitfield private school in St. Louis, Missouri. Her mother is cardiologist Dr. Carrie Morrison, and her hobbies at school included horseback riding, skydiving and white water rafting. ...
    THE thing about being in a relationship is that you trust your partner to respect your boundaries. Unfortunately, this bride-to-be was forced to shut down her wedding after her man went behind her back. 3A woman was left heartbroken after her husband went to a strip clubCredit: Getty 3She had asked him a long time ago to never go to oneCredit: Getty Taking to Reddit so she could remain anonymous, a 26-year-old bride wrote: "My fiancé and I are supposed to get married in three weeks. "We are to have a small wedding, and we both had bachelor/bachelorette parties with our wedding parties. I went to a log cabin with my friends, we had a spa day and just relaxed, and my husband and his friends were supposed to do something similar. "I told my husband prior that if he goes to a strip club then I am not marrying him because I am uncomfortable with him going. "He comes back and the first thing he says is 'Baby I’m so sorry, but the guys surprised me and...
    It turns out the coal baron senator might have personal reasons for scuttling anything that might impede the sale of coal? Truly shocking news. Who could have ima... oh, never mind. In the news today: At least 800,000 Americans have now died of COVID-19, and topping the 1 million mark now looks almost certain. Sen. Joe Manchin has long hidden behind claims that his coal wealth was tucked away in a "blind trust"; it now seems the Maserati-driving senator's blind trust isn't as "blind" as he had previously claimed. A group of South Dakota teachers got some desperately needed cash to fund classroom supplies the state wouldn't, but there was a catch: They had to scoop it up in loose dollar bills while being cheered and jeered by an arena audience. Does that count as America being "great" again? In the probe of the Jan. 6 insurrection, every new document to emerge has told the same story. Inside the Trump White House last January, Trump, his allies, and other Republican leaders were drafting plans to nullify the last election rather...
    Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia apparently doesn't like being reminded that he killed a $150 billion climate change provision in President Joe Biden's Build Back Better bill that could have directly impacted his personal fortune. The Washington Post recalls an episode in September when he was asked about his family's coal business, Enersystems, which has earned millions selling waste coal from abandoned mines to a power plant in West Virginia that “emits air pollution at a higher rate than any other plant in the state," according to the Post. “I have been in a blind trust for 20 years. I have no idea what they’re doing,” the senator told reporters about his family’s coal firm. “You got a problem?” That's pointed senator speak for, Shut up already, or I'll stop taking your questions. In 2020, Manchin made $492,000 in interest, dividends, and other earnings from the family business, according to his latest financial disclosure report. But here's the kicker: "He signed a sworn statement saying he is aware of these earnings, underscoring that he is not blind to them,"...
    WE knew it was coming, but Sunday's episode of Sister Wives provided a startling revelation at just how damaged the relationship between Christine and Kody Brown had become before she left him. The episode, which was originally filmed in the summer of 2020, once again revolved around the battle over where the Brown family should settle down. 5Christine Brown reached her breaking point on Sister WivesCredit: TLC 5Kody confessed a move to Utah was not going to happenCredit: TLC As previously revealed, Kody tried to convince Christine to move to Arizona. But she was adamant about wanting to move back to her home in Utah. On the most recent episode, Kody, 52, finally admitted it wasn't going to happen. That ongoing disagreement seemed to be the catalyst for what would become an intense chapter in their lives. Christine, 49, even confessed “Kody and I are struggling more than ever before. The thought of living here on the property and seeing him in full functioning marriages — do I want that? No. The best I can give today is just to pretend.”...
    Maskot | Maskot | Getty Images For parents who have a child with special needs, planning for their loved one's life after they themselves are gone can be overwhelming. Breaking the process down into manageable parts and working with specialized professionals and companies can help. "The three main structures a family should put in place to provide future protection for their child relate to money management, self-care and housing," said certified financial planner Michael Beloff, partner and Chartered Special Needs Consultant with Belvedere Wealth Partners in Stamford, Connecticut. Money management: If the child receives government benefits, such as Supplemental Security Income or Medicaid, parents will usually establish a so-called special needs trust that will shield assets to allow the child continued access to those benefits. The trustee is the person who oversees the funds and other trust provisions not under the child's control, Beloff said. More from Personal Finance:Here are must-know changes for the 2021 tax seasonHow to pay 0% capital gains taxes with a six-figure incomeConsider these year-end tips to lower your tax bill or boost your refund Life...
    A fundraiser and trust fund has been set up for the family of security guard and former police officer Kevin Nishita, who died Saturday after being shot in Oakland during an attempted robbery earlier in the week. As of Sunday, the fundraiser has 167 donations and had brought in over $13,000. Several friends and former colleagues of Nishita’s wrote comments along with their contribution. The GoFundMe was set up by longtime friend Scott Lawrie. “Kevin always brought joy and would instantly light up the room with his smile!” wrote Beth Minor, who said she knew Nishita from college. “My deepest condolences to his family.” Nishita, an employee of Star Protection Agency who was guarding a KRON4 news crew on Wednesday, was shot at the 300 block of 14th Street when assailants tried to steal the station’s camera equipment. Those who would like to contribute to Nishita’s trust fund can also send money to Metropolitan Bank at 381 8th Street, Oakland, CA, 94607 with “Kevin Nishita Trust Fund” as the recipient, multiple news agencies reported. Any Metropolitan Bank branch will also...