Articles by J Davis

Classified emails grow with every release of Hillary emails

In the latest release of Hillary’s emails the percentage of emails that have classified information is now at 3 percent, doubling the number of emails previously determined sensitive. All told, the government redacted parts of at least 125 messages because of classified material out of 4,348 emails released earlier this week, as the State Department rushes to comply with a judge’s order that all 30,000 of…


Judge Berman: No settlement on Brady suspension, will rule

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Tom Brady have failed to reach a settlement in the quarterback’s appeal of his four-game suspension. U.S. District Court Judge Richard M. Berman announced today that the parties will not settle the case, saying he will announce a ruling as early as Tuesday. At the conference Berman said, “I have no qualms about everybody’s dedication.” The judge ordered both Brady and…


Trump: “Nobody’s gonna mess with us”

Earlier this month, Donald Trump discussed how he would handle being Commander in Chief. “I will rebuild our military. It will be so strong and so powerful and so great… that we’ll never have to use it. Nobody’s gonna mess with us.” The top brass at the Pentagon have been complaining for years that the budget caps have forced them to pare back training, slash…


Trump: “(Weiner) of the great sleaze-bags of our time”

Trump suggests top Clinton aid passed on classified information to her husband, a disgraced former congressman. Donald Trump continues to throw punches at his opponents during the presidential campaign, this time bringing in a disgraced congressman. While speaking at an event in Massachusetts on Friday night, Trump brought up Huma Abedin – the top aide to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton – and her marriage to…


Tropical Storm Erika Fizzled, Heavy Rains Still Expected

Erika no longer a tropical storm, but could bring heavy  rains to southern Florida. While Erika is no longer a tropical storm, Florida’s governor has urged caution throughout the day Sunday as the remnants of the storm that battered Dominica on Friday and flooded parts of Hispanola on Saturday could still bring heavy rains and flooding. Gov. Rick Scott called the downgrade “encouraging news,” but…


UPSET: American Pharoah loses in the Travers Stakes

The graveyard of champions has claimed another: Keen Ice wins. The Travers Stakes is an American Grade I Thoroughbred horse race held at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York. First held in 1864, it was named for William R. Travers, the president of the old Saratoga Racing Association. His horse, Kentucky, won the first running of the Travers. The Travers Stakes was not…


American Pharoah: Another Road to the Path of Immortality

Saratoga Springs is no stranger to horse racing royalty but even for this track today is a special day. Today, American Pharoah, the first Triple Crown winner in 37 years will grace its track. American Pharoah will headline the field at the prestigious Travers Stakes. The race will be televised by NBC with the broadcast beginning at 4pm eastern time with post time scheduled for 5:46pm…


Erika Weakening, Likely To Bring Flooding To Florida Over The Weekend

Erika’s winds likely to die down as it hits Florida later this weekend, but flooding and downpours are still a major concern. With Tropical Storm Erika weakening as it passes over land masses, Florida’s governor continues to worry about the storm’s impact after it has already killed 20 people in Dominica and has battered Puerto Rico and Cuba with torrential rainfall. The tiny Caribbean island…


State of Emergency Declared as Florida Readies for Tropical Storm Erika

Emergency declared as Erika path could hit right in the middle of the peninsula. Florida Gov. Rick Scott declared a State of Emergency Friday morning as Tropical Storm Erika battered the Caribbean on a direct path to the Sunshine State. During the morning press conference, Scott said the storm constituted a “severe threat.” The storm will likely reach Florida late Sunday night or early Monday…


Move to Mexico Has Trump Giving Up Oreo Cookies

Now that Kraft-Heinz has announced its relocation of the popular Oreo cookie lines from Chicago to Mexico, Donald Trump has the company in his crosshairs. As H.J. Heinz finishes their acquisition of Chicago-based Kraft, forming the Kraft-Heinz Corporation, the snack-making behemoth announced more than 2,500 jobs will be eliminated to avoid duplication in efforts. This included the shuttering of the Chicago plant focused on making…