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hese numbers help explain why these last III. Check the last set of statistics!!
eight years were disastrous for the USA. I The percentage of each past president's cabinet I Read This
read the last item and then look at Trump's who had worked in the private business sector Military Town, Ft. Walton Beach, FL- Author Unknown
Cabinet. No wonder Washington, DC is in a tur- prior to their appointment to the cabinet. You glin Joint Base Command located near Ft. Walton,
moil. know what the private business sector is: A real- Florida, Is presently the largest Military Complex in
the world and encompasses a large contingent of Air
Trump's picks are bosses who expect their em- life business not a government job. Force units, Naval Warfare units, and the 7th Army Special
ployees to work. This is what bothers a lot of peo- Forces, and 6th Army Rangers. My home is exactly 5 miles
ple about Trump. He won't accept a can't do Here are the percentages: outside the main gate of Eglin AFB.
attitude, or inexperienced, incompetent perform- 38% T. Roosevelt Most folks
ance. He will get results; it just might not be 40% Taft in the USA
smooth or pretty. 52% Wilson don't live in a
Military Town,
Here are some amazing statistics. Make sure 49% Harding with lots of
you read to the bottom. An eye opener! 48% Coolidge guys in uni-
42% Hoover form walking
I. These 10 States now have more people on 50% F. D. Roosevelt the streets and
welfare than they do employed! 50% Truman jets overhead
daily. They go
1. California 57% Eisenhower on with their
2. New Mexico 30% Kennedy lives unaware
3. Mississippi 47% Johnson of what a Mili-
4. Alabama 53% Nixon tary Town is all
5. Illinois 42% Ford about. And
6. Kentucky 32% Carter that's OK ...
But I want to
7. Ohio 56% Reagan share with you
8. New York 51% GH Bush what it's like to
9. Maine 39% Clinton live in a Mili-
10.South Carolina 55% GW Bush tary Town. We
8% Obama see guys in uni-
form all the
II. Last month, the Senate Budget Committee 90% Trump time, we have
reports that in fiscal year 2012, between food state of the art,
stamps, housing support, child care, Medicaid and This helps explain the bias, if not the incompe- high-performance aircraft in the air nearby all day long. We
other benefits, the average U.S. Household below tence, of the last administration: ONLY 8% of hear the SOUND OF FREEDOM when an F-22, or F-35
the poverty line them have ever worked in streaks over the house ..... and we read in the local paper,
received $168.00 private business! some times daily, but at least weekly, of the loss of one of
our own in combat in the Middle East. And that is what
a day in govern- That's right! Only eight brings me to the reason for this email.
ment support. percent - the least, by far Staff Sergeant Mark DeAlencar was 37 years old, had a fam-
What's the of the last 19 presidents! ily and was a Green Beret with the 7th Army Special Forces
problem with And these people tried to stationed here in the Fort Walton area. He was killed on April
that much sup- tell our corporations how 8, 2017, while fighting Islamic State in eastern Afghanistan. In
January of this year, he was deployed for the second time to
port? Well, the to run their businesses? Afghanistan. He promised his adopted daughter, Octavia, that
median house- Or about jobs when he he would be home for her High School Graduation. He didn't
hold income in has never really had one? make it. But she went to graduation anyway. And in the audi-
America is just And, when it's the same ence were eighty (80) US 7th Armed Special Forces soldiers
over $50,000, for 92% of his senior staff from her dad’s unit in full Parade Dress Uniform. Additionally,
which averages and closest advisers? they brought THEIR FAMILIES to be with them, as well.
And as Octavia ascended the steps to the stage to receive
out to $137.13 a They've spent most of her diploma THEY ALL SILENTLY STOOD UP. And when
day. their time in academia, she was presented her diploma they ALL CHEERED,
To put it an- government, and/or non- CLAPPED , WHISTLED ..... and YES, CRIED. Everyone
other way, being profit jobs or as "commu- in attendance then stood up and cried and cheered. Octavia
on welfare now nity organizers." had graduated and yes she had lost her Dad..... but she had
80 other DADS to stand there with her and take his place.. I
pays the equiva- Probably a good idea to just wanted to share this moment with you ..... and remind
lent of $30.00 an pass this on, because we'll you that THIS IS WHAT IT'S LIKE TO LIVE IN A MILI-
hour for 40 hour week, while the average job pays NEVER see these facts in the main stream media, TARY TOWN. This is the real America we all love ..... and
$24.00 an hour. or from the alphabet networks. I'm proud to be part of it. May God bless our men in uniform
and their families who give so much.
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Grins & Snickers Did You Know
Q. Half of all Americans live within 50 miles of what?
Three friends from the local congregation were was a wonderful husband, a
asked, "When you're in your fine spiritual leader, and a A. Their birthplace
casket, and friends and con- great family man."
gregation members are Eugene commented, "I Q. Most boat owners name their boats. What is the
mourning over you, what would like them to say I was most popular boat name requested?
would you like them to a wonderful teacher and ser- A. Obsession
say?" vant of God who made a
Artie said, huge difference in people's Q. If you were to spell out numbers, how far would
"I would lives.." you have to go until you would find the letter 'A'?
like them Al said, "I'd like them to A. One thousand
to say I say, 'Look, he's moving!'"
Q. What do bulletproof vests, fire escapes, windshield

wipers and laser printers have in common?
A. All were invented by women.

f a statue in the park of a person on a
nly two horse has both front legs in the air, the Q. What is the only food that doesn't spoil?
people person died in battle. If the horse has one A. Honey
signed the H front leg in the air, the person died be-
Declaration of cause of Q. Which day are there more collect
Independ- O wounds re- calls than any other day of the year?
ence on July ceived in A. Father's Day
4, John Han- battle. If the
cock and horse has all In Shakespeare's time, mattresses were
Charles K four legs on secured on bed frames by ropes.
Thomson. the ground, When you pulled on the ropes, the mat-
Most of N the person tress tightened, making the bed firmer to
the rest died of natu- sleep on. Hence, the phrase... Good-

signed on E ral causes. night, sleep tight'
August 2, but the last sig-
nature wasn't added until 5 years later. W It was the accepted practice in Babylon
4,000 years ago that for a month after the

US immigration population
wedding, the bride's father would supply his son-in-law
with all the mead he could drink. Mead is a honey beer

hits record 60 million,
and, because their calendar was lunar based, this period
was called the honey month, which we know today as
the honeymoon.

1-of-5 in nation

Many years ago in England , pub frequenters had a
whistle baked into the rim, or handle, of their ceramic
by Paul Bedard the number grows to over 60 million, making cups. When they needed a refill , they used the whistle
A huge boom in immigration, legal and ille- the immigrant community nearly one-fifth of to get some service. 'Wet your whistle' is the phrase in-
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gal, over the past 16 years has jumped the im- the nation's population, according to federal sta- spired by this practice.
migrant population to over 43 million in the tistics reviewed by
United States, according to a new report. the Center for Immi-
And when their U.S.-born children are added, gration Studies.

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In Peace
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10% off next time when you book next appt. today!
who loved the beach. He still smiles met with the public to discuss different
when he grabs his board, climbs into issues.
his VW bus and heads for the waves Doc's mom and sister were wonder-
off Surfside and Seal Beach. ful bakers, who had a major influence
His twin surfing brother, John said on his palate and dreams. But he
his mom was concerned about their leaves most of the baking to four pas-
future and once told her boys, "to get try chefs, including the group's leader
off the beach and find out about pro- and manager, Karin Sorem, who stud-

fessions." A collage of Doc's Pie Shop, in-
So the Marina High School students cluding James "Doc" Blake.
decided to volunteer at the Children's
Dental Health Clinic in the Long ied at the French Culinary Institute in
Beach Memorial Medical Center. "We New York.
helped seat and comfort patients," "We prepare our freshly baked sweet
James said. They loved the children and savory pies on site in our cozy
and what the dentists did to help the bakery," she said. "Everything is
kids at the non-profit, where even for- baked by hand from scratch, using
mer Long Beach Mayor Beverly only the highest quality ingredients."
O'Neill got her smile worked on when You can actually watch them bake
she was in school. through a window. The type of pies
Both brothers set their goals on be- changes depending on season, demand
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coming dentists and helping make and other factors but I saw blackberry,
people smile. They roomed together at blueberry, apple, peach,
USC and got their dental training at chicken/bacon/tomato and veggie,
the University of Pacific. John had a custard pumpkin, cream coconut, ba-
practice in Long Beach, before be- nana cream, quiche and even a break-
coming Executive Director/Dental Di- fast pie (bacon, tomato, mushrooms,
rector of the Children's Dental Health egg and cream).
Clinic, where he continues today. To wash down the pies, he offers
James had a successful practice in Docspresso, Cappuccino and other
Seal Beach for 23 years before retiring coffees roasted in Montana; teas sup-
to follow another passion of his—Pies. plied from Colorado, and milk (and
He recently opened Doc's Pie Shop at milkshakes) from California cows.
Main and Pacific Coast Highway in If you're worried about getting any
Seal Beach. cavities from eating pie, the good doc-
Seal Beach Mayor Pro-Tem Mike tor also offers toothbrushes and floss
Varipapa said Doc Blake’s shop is on the menu—probably a global first
great! "I went a couple weeks ago and for pie shops!
had a delicious chocolate pie. Very, His sense of humor transfers to the
very good! Definitely give it a try. But menu, where you see Doc-Tarts and
I really miss him as my dentist." Doctor's Orders—Seal Beach Salad or
Teeth and pie definitely not only Housemade Granola & Fruit Parfait.
mix but bring smiles. "It's hard to And he just happened to open his busi-
think of pie and not smile," said the ness on Global Pi Day (3.14/Pi is a
doctor, who spends much time min- Greek symbol used in math).
gling with and bringing joy to his cus- Among his biggest fans are his kids,
tomers. "It makes you think of friends, Christie and James, dog, Buck, and
family and fun." wife Patti, a formal dental hygienist,
6 The new Doc's Pie Shop is becom- who enjoy the fruits of his labor.
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Not Losing Weight?

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The Answer
May Be

in Your Poop
hen it comes to weight In other words, people with dif-
loss, your poop probably ferent amounts of gut bacteria re-
isn’t the first thing that sponded differently to the same diet
comes to mind — but it turns out — which may totally explain why
there is a link between poop and your best friend’s “miracle” diet re-
weight loss. sulted in a weight loss of zero
LEAH GROTH of pounds for you.
digs down deep in the gut to “These results are a breakthrough
say..."According to a study pub- demonstrating that certain bacterial

lished this month in the Interna- species play a decisive role in
tional Journal of Obesity, weight weight regulation and weight loss,”
loss may be dependent on the spe- said lead researcher Arne Astrup.
cific type of bacteria that breeds in “Now we can explain why a high-
your gut and (sorry) is present in fiber diet does not always lead to
your poop. weight loss. Human intestinal bac-
Researchers in Denmark fol- teria is an important part of the an-
lowed 62 overweight participants swer and will from now on play a
who maintained one of two diets role in the treatment of the over-
for 25 weeks — the high-fiber New weight.”
Nordic Diet (think dark greens, This latest research is a reminder
berries and whole grains) and the that, for many people, weight loss
grainless standard Danish diet (lean may be more than just cutting calo-
meat, eggs, lettuce and coffee) — ries and increased exercise: There is
measuring the ratio of two types of no “one size fits all” approach to di-
gut bacteria called Prevotella and eting. It's also important to remem-
Bacteroides in their poop. And the ber that your gut bacteria ratio is
results were quite interesting: something that can be changed. Al-
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Those on the New Nordic Diet lost ways consult a doctor before mak-
weight — about seven pounds
more than the standard Danish diet
ing any changes to your diet, but if
you have concerns it can’t hurt to For over 11 years, Colette’s Children’s
— only if they had a high ratio of
Prevotella to Bacteroides in their
ask about probiotics or at-home
services like Viome, which can test
Home has provided 2,000 homeless
feces. For those with a low ratio, it your feces and offer suggestions to women & children with emergency
and transitional housing.
didn’t really matter which diet they improve your gut health.
followed because there wasn’t a big That is, if pooping in a cup
difference in terms of weight loss. doesn’t gross you out too much."

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recognize a third gender option for resi- Act called it “gender freedom,” claiming that the
Westminster, California with entertaining, informative
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Coverage with bulk distribution in Belmont Shores, This includes, but is not limited to, some trans- This is what possible..."stupid" looks like.
Naples & Cypress. Address correspondence to gender individuals and those with inter-
sex traits.
Sen. Toni Atkins, a Democrat from
San Diego who co-authored the Gender
Recognition Act, also took to Twitter to

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with its democracy established over 200 Post, says, “The OFA will fight Presi-
years ago, and now, for the first time in dent Donald Trump at every turn of his
history, suddenly we have one of our presidency and the ex-president will
former presidents set up a group called command them from a bunker less than
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do. This organization goes against our administration through a network of
Democracy, and it is an operation that non-profits led by OFA, which is
will destroy our way of governing. It growing its war chest (more than $40
goes against our Constitution, our laws, million) and has some 250 offices na-
and the processes established over 200 tionwide. The OFA IRS filings, ac-
years ago. If it is allowed to proceed cording to Sperry, indicate that the
then we will be living in chaos very OFA has 32,525 (and growing) volun-
much like third world countries are run. teers nationwide. The ex-president and
What good is it to
have an established
government if it is not
going to be respected
and allowed to follow
our laws?
If you had an army
some 30,000 strong
and a court system
stacked over the
decades with judges
who would allow you
to break the laws,
how much damage
could you do to a
country? We are
about to find out in
Our ex-president
said he was going to
stay involved through
community organiz-
ing and speak out on
the issues and that appears to be one his wife will oversee the operation
post-administration promise he intends from their home/ office in Washington
to keep. He has moved many of his ad- DC.
ministration's top dogs over to Organiz- Think about how this works.. For ex-
ing for Action. ample: Trump issues an immigration
OFA is behind the strategic and tacti- executive order; the OFA signals for
cal implementation of the resistance to protests and statements from pro-immi-
the Trump Administration that we are grant groups; the ACLU lawyers file
seeing across America, and politically lawsuits in jurisdictions where activist
active courts are providing the leverage judges obstruct the laws; volunteers are
for this revolution. called to protest at airports and Congres-
OFA is dedicated to organizing com- sional town hall meetings; the leftist
munities for "progressive" change. Its media springs to action in support of
issues are gun control, socialist health- these activities; the twitter sphere lights
care, abortion, sexual equality, climate up with social media; and violence fol-
change, and of course, immigration re- lows. All of this happens from the ex-
form. president's signal that he is heartened by
OFA members were propped up by the protests.
the ex-president's message from the If Barack Obama did not do enough
shadows: "Organizing is the building to destroy this country in the 8 years he
block of everything great we have ac- was in office, it appears his future plans
complished Organizers around the are to destroy the foundation on which
Your s e-
info@ mail:
Have Gallagher
country are fighting for change in their this country has operated on for the last
y at o od galla
t F gher-

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Features "digital" assets from the ex-president's at least pass this on so others will know
re-election effort and that he inspired what we are up against. We are losing
the movement. In short, it is the our country and we are so compliant.
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Nicole has led project teams through the successful implementation of GovQA soft- LAUREN REARICK gets her teeth in
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a project team tasked with upgrading the audio/video equipment in the City Council care of things, but one study may cause you to think twice
Chambers. before tossing away loose teeth. Parents were previously
Nicole is described by her colleagues and supervisors as organized, friendly and re- warned to keep an eye on their child's teeth for possible
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researchers and parents can learn by looking at teeth.
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Nuvision Credit Union Host Veterans Day
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Military Breakfast and Free Gas Giveaway
tional Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, notes
that by the age of six, parents can begin expecting their

Nuvision will also donate $5,000 to an Orange County
veterans support organization
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Oct. 30, 2017 First OC (, an Orange
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nounced that it will serve active military and vet- housing and other services for veterans. Nuvision
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The gas giveaway $5,000 to Veterans
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Beach Blvd., Hunt- for those who served
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automobile or motorcycle; no boats, RVs or com- itary membership over the years. Although our
mercial vehicles) for anyone with valid veteran or membership today is open to everyone, it is impor- children to lose baby teeth. These temporary teeth may
military identification. For traffic control, vehicles tant to honor our history and show our appreciation
must enter the station from Edinger Ave. to veterans and members of the military." seem inconsequential, preparing a child's mouth for adult
At the same time, Nuvision will host a military Radio station 104.3 MYfm personality Sean teeth, but researchers are saying that the teeth hold a rich
breakfast down the street from the gas station at Valentine, host of the program, "Valentine in the supply of stem cells that could potentially be used for im-
the Nuvision headquarters, 7812 Edinger Avenue Morning," will be at the breakfast to provide music portant research."
in Huntington Beach. During the breakfast Nuvi- and live on-air reports, along with the MYfm Street
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ne of the most recognizable sports benefits” then the phrase has no meaning.
acronyms is NCAA, which stands for The NCAA was guilty of a gross strategic error in the UNC case. Instead of
By Jordan Kobritz the National Collegiate Athletic Asso- levying an extra benefits charge they should have charged the University with a
ciation. After the governing body’s recent rul- lack of institutional control, as they have done for much less egregious actions.
ing on the University of North Carolina (UNC) It’s almost as if the governing body didn’t want
academic fraud case, it might as well stand for to find against UNC for fear of opening Pan-
“Not Concerned with Academic Accountability.” dora’s Box when it comes to the issue of aca-
Over a period of almost 20 years, UNC offered demics. But it may have done exactly the
independent study courses in the Department of opposite. After the UNC decision, what’s to
African and Afro-American Studies. Approxi- prevent other schools from mimicking UNC?
mately 3,100 students took the classes, almost Don’t tell me it’s the shame of being exposed
half of whom were athletes. The courses required because the only shame in big-time college ath-
no attendance and only one gradable component, letics is the shame of losing on the playing field.
a paper at the end of the semester. After the After the NCAA ruling, the UNC athletic pro-
scheme was uncovered, the NCAA charged UNC gram can exhale. The rest of us can laugh...or
with providing athletes with extra benefits. throw up, depending on whether you find the
The University presented a two-prong defense NCAA’s decision and rationale humorous or
to the charges. First, the University argued the disgusting. One thing is certain: No longer can
governing body had no jurisdiction in the case, we pretend that the phrase “student-athlete” has
claiming it was an academic curriculum issue the meaning. The decision affirms there is no
University and/or its accrediting body should deal longer any connection between college athletics
with. That view mirrors the longstanding NCAA and academics. It’s time to drop the word stu-
position. dent from the NCAA vocabulary.
Second, UNC accurately pointed out that the paper classes were open to all stu-
dents, i.e., non-athletes benefitted from them as well, which negates the NCAA’s Jordan Kobritz is a former attorney, CPA, and Minor League Baseball
charge of extra benefits. The NCAA had previously determined such things as
adding cream cheese to a bagel and giving an athlete a ride across campus in a golf team owner and current investor in MiLB teams. He is a Professor in
cart constitute extra benefits. But the Committee on Infractions couldn’t reach the and Chair of the Sport Management Department at SUNY Cortland
same conclusion in the UNC case for the simple reason that the “paper courses” and maintains the blog: The opinions
were available to the entire student body, not just athletes. contained in this column are the author’s. Jordan can be reached at
The Committee ignored the fact that in addition to the phony courses, professors
in the department regularly entered grade changes and administrators forged faculty
signatures to help athletes remain eligible. If those activities don’t qualify as “extra The information contained in this column does not necessarily
reflect the opinion of The Local News.

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say about China..."BEIJING has outlined ported. cently as a few years ago.
plans to become the world’s biggest su- “The Chinese nation … has stood up, grown “China just doesn’t want to be a just regional
perpower within the next 30 years. rich, and become strong — and it now embraces superpower, it wants to be the superpower,” he
Opening a five-yearly national congress, Chi- the brilliant prospects of rejuvenation … It will said.
nese President Xi Jinping set out his time frame be an era that sees China moving closer to cen- Dr Davis said Beijing wanted to challenge US
for the country to become a “global leader” with tre stage and making greater contributions to supremacy and reshape the region according to
international influence. mankind,” Mr Xi said. China’s interests and economic development.
In his 3 ½ hour speech, Mr Xi urged a rein- Hailing the start of a “new era”, Mr Xi out- However, he acknowledged China faced sev-
vigorated Communist Party to take a stronger lined a vision in which the party would lead eral domestic challenges which stood in the way
role in society and economic development to China on the road to becoming a “great modern of its long-term goal, including suppression of
socialist coun- democracy and freedom of speech.
try” by the Dr Davis also said Beijing faced a huge de-
mid-century. mographic problem with an increasing ageing
“The great population and declining birthrate.
rejuvenation of This, in turn, would further impact on eco-
the Chinese na- nomic growth.
tion is no walk “Like all authoritarian governments, Beijing
in the park or sees anything which challenges it as a problem
mere drum- and will crack down hard on that,” Dr Davis
beating and said.
gong-clanging. “After the Tiananmen Square massacre, Bei-
The whole jing said to its people: ‘If you forgo democracy,
party must be we will give you prosperity.’”
prepared to He questioned what would happen once
make ever China’s prosperity ran out and the disparity be-
more difficult tween rural and city and the elite and the com-
China’s President Xi Jin- and harder ef- mon man was more obvious.
ping gives his speech at
the opening session of forts,” Mr Xi Dr Davis pointed out Beijing was a major
the Chinese Communist told hundreds maritime power which the US was aware of and
Party’s national con- of delegates. one which was determined to assert its domi-
gress at the Great Hall of “To achieve nance, particularly in the South China Sea.
the People in Beijing. great dreams He said China was also trying to make other
Picture: Wang Zhao/AFP
there must be a countries sign up to its One Belt, One Road in-
great struggle.” frastructure investment project.
better address the nation’s “grim” challenges. In a rare acknowledgment of the country’s eco- By doing this Beijing was extending its influ-
Speaking in the massive Great Hall of the nomic issues, Mr Xi said China’s “prospects are ence over other countries which would align
People near Tiananmen Square, Mr Xi laid out bright but the challenges are grim”. themselves more with China than the US.
his vision of a ruling party that served as the Critics argue China’s plans are ambitious Dr Davis said China’s plans had a direct im-
vanguard for everything from defending na- given it has massive demographic issues and pact on Australia.
tional security to providing moral guidance. slowed economic growth. “Australia was just a backwater when Cold
He also called for the party not only to safe- War was taking place, now we are right in the
guard China’s sovereignty but also to revitalize CHINA’S BIG PLAN frontline” he said.
Chinese culture, oppose “erroneous” ideology Senior analyst in defense strategy and capa- “The South China Sea is not far away and
and promote religion that is “Chinese in orien- bility at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, China is extending its reach into the Indian
tation”. Dr Malcolm Davis, told Mr Xi’s Ocean as well.
He said “it was time for his nation to trans- message was loud and clear. “We are an ally of the US and a vital partner
form itself into a mighty force” that could lead Dr Davis said Beijing wanted to replace the in any potential conflict. We are front and centre
the entire world on political, economic, military US as the world’s dominant superpower, an idea of anything to do with China.”

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The old Man and With Gas-Price
the Bucket of Fish Comments, Schumer

is Running on Fumes

t happened every Friday evening, al- raft. Captain Rickenbacker and his crew
most without fail, when the sun re- floated for days on the rough waters of By Jeff Dunetz
sembled a giant orange and was the Pacific. They fought the sun. They enate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer evidently hasn't visited
starting to dip into the blue ocean. fought sharks. Most of all, they fought a gas station this year. If he had, he'd realize that his recent di-
Old Ed came strolling along the beach hunger and thirst. By the eighth day their atribe against the oil industry is based on a complete fiction.
to his favorite pier. Clutched in his bony rations ran out. No food. No water. They During a recent television appearance, Sen. Schumer lamented
hand was a bucket of shrimp. were hundreds of miles from land and no that "gas prices are sticky. You know . . . when the price for oil
Ed walks out to the end of the pier, one knew where they were or even if they goes up on the markets, it goes right up, but it never goes down."
where it seems he almost has the world were alive. New York's senior senator further claimed that big energy com-
to himself. *Every day across America millions panies are stifling competition to keep prices high.
The glow of the sun is a golden bronze wondered and prayed that Eddie Ricken- These assertions are patently false, as anyone who has refueled
now. Everybody's gone, except for a few backer might somehow be found alive. his vehicle lately can attest. Our domestic energy boom has re-
joggers on the beach. The men adrift needed a miracle. That af- sulted in some of the lowest gasoline and electricity prices Amer-
Standing out on the end of the pier, Ed ternoon they had a simple devotional icans have seen in decades.
American energy production has surged in recent years thanks
to hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling. These technolo-
gies have enabled energy companies to harvest oil and natural
gas from America's numerous underground shale rock forma-
tions. As recently as 2010, America trailed both Saudi Arabia and
Russia in oil and gas development. Today, the United States is
by far the largest producer of these fuels.
The nation's energy dominance isn't likely to subside anytime
soon. A new report from the U.S. Energy Information Adminis-
tration projects that domestic crude oil production will break all
previous records in 2018, averaging 9.9 million barrels per day
-- a nearly 100 percent increase from 2008 levels.
The massive increase in American production has broken
OPEC's stranglehold on the oil market and helped drive down
crude prices from over $140 per barrel in 2008 to less than $50
per barrel today.
Gasoline prices, which closely track crude oil prices, have
plummeted too -- in 2016, a gallon of regular gasoline cost only
is alone with his thoughts...and his bucket service and prayed for a miracle. They $2.15 on average. In inflation-adjusted terms, gasoline hadn't
of shrimp. tried to nap. Eddie leaned back and pulled been that cheap since 2003.
Before long, however, he is no longer his military cap over his nose. Time Motorists continue to enjoy low gasoline prices. Roughly a
alone. Up in the sky a thousand white dragged on. All he could hear was the quarter of gas stations nationwide currently sell fuel for less than
dots come screeching and squawking, slap of the waves against the raft...sud- $2 a gallon. In early August, the average price of a gallon of reg-
winging their way toward that lanky denly Eddie felt something land on the ular gasoline was only $2.32, compared to $4.11 in July 2008.
frame standing there on the end of the top of his cap. It was a seagull!
pier. Old Ed would later describe how he sat
Before long, dozens of seagulls have perfectly still, planning his next move.
enveloped him, their wings fluttering and With a flash of his hand and a squawk
flapping wildly. from the gull, he managed to grab it and
Ed stands there tossing shrimp to the wring its neck. He tore the feathers off,
hungry birds. As he does, if you listen and he and his starving crew made a meal
closely, you can hear him say with a of it - a very slight meal for eight men.
smile, 'Thank you. Thank you.' Then they used the intestines for bait.
In a few short minutes the bucket is With it, they caught fish, which gave
empty. But Ed doesn't leave. He stands them food and more bait....and the cycle
there lost in thought, as though trans- continued. With that simple survival tech-
ported to another time and place. nique, they were able to endure the rigors
*When he finally turns around and be- of the sea until they were found and res-
gins to walk back toward the beach, a few cued after 24 days at sea.
of the birds hop along the pier with him Eddie Rickenbacker lived many years
until he gets to the stairs, and then they, beyond that ordeal, but he never forgot
too, fly away. And old Ed quietly makes the sacrifice of that first life-saving seag-
A couple of dollars a gallon may not seem like much to Sen.
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his way down to the end of the beach and ull...
on home. And he never stopped saying, 'Thank Schumer, but it's life-changing for average Americans. Between
If you were sitting there on the pier you.' That's why almost every Friday 2014 and 2015, falling gas prices saved American motorists $115
with your fishing line in the water, Ed night he would walk to the end of the pier billion -- about $550 per driver, according to AAA.
might seem like 'a funny old duck,' as my with a bucket full of shrimp and a heart Natural gas prices have similarly plummeted. Power plants use
dad used to say. Or, to onlookers, he's just full of gratitude. the fuel to generate electricity. Utility companies currently pay
another old codger, lost in his own weird *Reference: (Max Lucado, "In The Eye just over $4 per thousand cubic feet of gas. In July 2008, they
world, feeding the seagulls with a bucket of the Storm", pp...221, 225-226)* paid over $12. That's why residential electricity costs fell for the
full of shrimp. first time 14 years in 2016.
To the onlooker, rituals can look either *PS: Eddie Rickenbacker was the It's remarkable that this unprecedented drop in energy costs has
very strange or very empty. They can founder of Eastern Airlines. Before WWI somehow eluded Sen. Schumer. After all, it was eleven years ago
seem altogether unimportant ....maybe he was race car driver. that he urged then-President George W. Bush "to reduce skyrock-
even a lot of nonsense. Old folks often In WWI he was a pilot and became eting prices at the gasoline pump by tapping the Strategic Petro-
do strange things, at least in the eyes of America's first ace. In WWII he was an leum Reserve," identifying America's reliance on foreign oil and
Boomers and Busters. Most of them instructor and military adviser and he gas as "one of the great problems America will face in the next
would probably write Old Ed off, down flew missions with the combat pilots. quarter century."
there in Florida ... That's too bad. They'd Eddie Rickenbacker is a true American We've since solved that problem -- not by selling off strategic
do well to know him better. hero. assets, but by tapping America's rich shale oil and gas deposits.
His full name: Eddie Rickenbacker. He And now you know another story about Sen. Schumer's slander against the oil and gas industry is un-
was a famous hero in World War I, and the trials and sacrifices that brave men founded and undeserved. These companies have delivered hun-
then he was in WWII. On one of his fly- have endured for your freedom.* dreds of billions in savings to regular Americans and freed us
ing missions across the Pacific, he and his This is a great story that many don't from our energy dependence on volatile foreign governments.
seven-member crew went down. Mirac- know... got to be careful with old guys,
ulously, all of the men survived, crawled you just never know what they have done Jeff Dunetz is publisher of Lid's Vids ( and a po-
out of their plane, and climbed into a life during their lifetime. litical columnist at The Jewish Star. This piece originally ran in
the Detroit News. 21
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in preventing the further spread of contaminants in exceed all drinking water forts, please visit
this area. Only drinking water that meets state and fed- standards and will be recharged back into the Basin. h t t p s : / / w w w. o c w d . c o m / w h a t - w e - d o / w a t e r-
eral standards continues to be provided to OCWD’s “This is what we do and we do it well,” said OCWD quality/groundwater-cleanup/north-basin/.
service area. President Denis Bilodeau. “OCWD is a global leader Cathy Green represents Division 6 of the Orange
EW-1 was implemented because early action was in groundwater management and protecting the Basin County Water District, which includes parts of Hunt-
deemed necessary by OCWD’s board of directors. is the very core of our mission. We will do everything ington Beach and Fountain Valley. For more informa-
Due to OCWD’s stringent and ongoing monitoring, possible to ensure that the Basin is protected and that tion, visit Contact Director Green at
elevated concentrations of volatile organic com- only the highest quality water is served to the more
pounds (VOCs) were found to be impacting the shal-
low and principal aquifers which posed a threat to city Cathy Green was elected to OCWD in November 2010. She served two terms on the Huntington Beach
of Fullerton production wells. To address this threat, City Council and was Mayor twice. Huntington Beach has been home to the Green Family over 41 years

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J.K Rowling was born in Chipping Sodury, July 31st 1965. Her childhood was generally happy, although she
does remember getting teased because of her name, “Rowling” – She recalls often getting called “Rowling pin”
by her less than ingenious school friends. J.K. Rowling says she never really warmed to her own name, although,
she does remember having a fondness for the name Potter from quite an early age. J.K.Rowling studied at St
Michael’s Primary School in Gloucestershire, before moving to Chepstow, South Wales at the age of nine.
From an early age, J.K. Rowling had an ambition to be a writer. She often tried her hand at writing, although
little came from her early efforts. Aged six
she wrote a book about a rabbit with
measles. After her mother praised her ef-
fort. Rowling replied ‘well get it published
then.’ She admits it was a ‘Bit of an odd
thing for a child of six to think. I don’t
Quick Cookie

know where it came from…”
In her own autobiography she remembers with great fondness, when her good
Mix Recipe

friend Sean became the first person to give her the confidence that one day she
would be able to make a very good writer.

Vodka Sunset Cocktail
Zingy, refreshing and a
pretty cool colour to boot –
we've got to confess, we're a
little bit addicted to this one at
Corner STS…

INGREDIENTS bly. Store in an airtight con-

50ml vodka, orange juice
1-1/2 cups butter, softened tainer in the refrigerator for up
and 25ml raspberry cordial
3 teaspoons salt to 1 month.
2 teaspoons baking powder Quick Cookie Mix may be
6 cups all-purpose flour used to prepare the following
Shake up the orange juice
recipes: Apricot Thumbprints,
and the vodka, pour it in a
In a large bowl, beat the but- Butter Almond Cookies, Peanut
glass over ice and drop in the
ter, salt and baking powder Butter Blossoms and Toffee
cordial, letting it sink to the
until blended. Gradually add Triangles. Yield: 8 cups.
bottom. Like a sunset. Geddit?
flour and mix just until crum-

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Dear EarthTalk: ardous ingredients (bleach, ammonia, di- are marked as certified organic.
How can we keep ethanolamine, triethanolamine) as well. To avoid household cleaners, the Organic Con-
our kids safe from en- Given how common these elements are in today’s sumers Association (OCA) recommends ditching the
vironmental hazards all world, keeping kids safe isn’t an easy task. For expensive specialized products that likely contain
around us in our everyday lives? starters, choose organic food and drink whenever pos- harmful chemical additives. “A few safe, simple in-
—Jennifer Nichols, Wareham, MA sible to cut down on the pesticides your kids ingest. gredients like soap, water, baking soda, vinegar,
While pesticides work well to keep away the bugs that lemon juice and borax, aided by a little elbow grease
Children are affected by the same environmental can ruin harvests, they also can cause neurological and a coarse sponge for scrubbing, can take care of
hazards as adults, only most household cleaning needs.” Look for specific
they’re more vulnerable formulations on, as well as
given their smaller size links to some environmentally friendly name-brand
and the fact that their household cleaners.
bodies are still develop- While there is less we can do individually about air
ing. According to the pollution if we want our kids to spend time outdoors,
World Health Organiza- at the macro level we can all help by driving our cars
tion (WHO), harmful ex- less and turning down our thermostats (to reduce the
posures can start as early emissions we cause) and ordering less stuff online (to
as in utero. cut down on air pollution from shipping).
“Proportionate to their Parents, teachers and caregivers should educate
size, children ingest more themselves about what to avoid and become expert
food, drink more water label readers so they can make health-smart choices.
and breathe more air than Meanwhile, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control &
adults,” reports WHO. Prevention (CDC) is urging pediatricians to take a
“Additionally, certain greater interest in the environmental impacts on the
modes of behavior, such health of their patients and discuss with parents how
as putting hands and ob- to keep kids safe in and around the home, the neigh-
jects into the mouth and borhood, and at school.
playing outdoors can in-
crease children’s expo- Earthwall® is produced by
sure to environmental Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss and is a
contaminants.” and reproductive problems for humans who ingest registered trademark of
Earth Action Network Inc, a 501(c)3 non-profit.
Some of the most common contaminants we should traces of them. Apples, celery, strawberries, peaches,
be vigilant about avoiding include pesticides (in spinach, nectarines, grapes, bell peppers, potatoes, SEND YOUR QUESTIONS TO:
foods), lead (in old paint), asbestos (in insulation and blueberries, lettuce and kale/collard greens are the
construction materials), BPA (in plastic food/drink worst offenders in the produce aisle, according to the DONATION, CHECK OUT
containers and the lining of cans), PFCs (in non-stick Environmental Working Group (EWG), so definitely

cookware, carpeting and mattresses) and flame retar- spring for organic versions of these particular fruits
dants (in furniture and drapery). And, of course, many and veggies. Packaged and processed foods likely The information contained in this column does not
branded household cleaners contain potentially haz- contain plenty of pesticide residues, too, unless they necessarily reflect the opinion of The Local News.

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Short Stories
About Wine (I)
David White
Published by Torres Wines 3. Victor or Victoria? The gender of vitis vinifera
In his highly recommendable and lavish book The Story of Wine, Hugh John- The vitis vinifera species has four distant cousins: vitis rupestris, vitis riparia
son describes the winegrower as “a farmer and an artist, a slave and a dreamer, a and vitis aestivalis. Of the four, only vinifera is suitable for winegrowing and sub-
hedonist and a masochist, an alchemist and an accountant.” We couldn’t agree sequent vinification. But, why?
more, but would also add that he or she embodies the continuation of an age-old To begin with, none of the others can accumulate enough sugar (up to a third
tradition. This is how it’s always been. of its volume) or produce a sufficient amount
Over the centuries, wine has played a leading role in international conflicts, ad- of suitable acidity. In order to so, vitis
vances in science, economics and commerce, and, of course, vinifera must be grown in moderately warm
moments of indescribable and ab- latitudes, which extend from the shores of
solute pleasure, exquisite anec- the Caspian Sea in the eastern part of the
dotes and historical events. continent all the way to Western Europe.
Alright, let’s move on to what really in-
1. Water, tea and chocolate: terests us. The gender of the vine. As with
challenging times for wine many other plants, the wild vine produces
The 17th century. Not only was male or female flowers, but both genders
wine the most hygienic of all bev- rarely coexist within the same plant. This
erages, it was storable. Drinking means a female plant will only yield fruit
water was scarce in cities. Spirits if a male plant provides the pollen.
were not available. Neither was cof- Male plants are always infertile, which
fee. Europeans were living a golden is why farmers got rid of them. As a re-
age of wine. sult, the once productive female vines eventu-
The advent of drinking water in ally grew infertile too, because no male plants were around to fertilize
big cities, the spirits distillation boom them.
andImthe by Baroof s
cknew This is why, the (good) wine we enjoy these days comes from vines that are
agearrival prod-
ucts like coffee, tea and chocolate, which were becoming readily available in hermaphrodites.
Great Britain and France, relegated wine to a secondary role for almost a century.
2. The first “World Cup” of wine The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson. Octopus Pub-
We now travel back to the High Middle Ages. The wool and wine trade gener- lishing Group
ated great fortunes among the keen merchants of Flanders, Germany, France and The Story of Wine. Hugh Johnson. Octopus Publishing Group
Great Britain, and the Champagneregion was hosting the first international fairs. Diccionario Salvat del Vino. Mauricio Wiesenthal. Ed. Salvat
This was the context in which the king of France had the brilliant idea of cele-
brating the first “battle of wine” in 1224. It was a type of wine “World Cup” that
David White is the founder and editor of, which was named
saw the participation of over 70 countries and wine regions, including the most
Best Overall Wine Blog" at the 2013 Wine Blog Awards.
renowned ones in France. His columns are housed at Grape Collective.
And who won? Cyprus!
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necessarily reflect the opinion of The Local News


mazon Coast: With excellent weather ners such as the Long Beach Convention & Vis- Angeles, an airport, one of the world’s busiest
year-round, close proximity to the largest itors Bureau, Visit HB, and the creative commu- and greenest ports, a great public school system,
port complex in the nation, three airports, nication team at interTrend, “Amazon Coast” and the best people and workforce anywhere.
a multitude of transportation services, various was born. I’ve called this beautiful city home for 20 years,
housing options, diverse communities, an ex- Huntington Beach Mayor Barbara Delgleize is and I’m proud that it’s a place where people from
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traordinary amount of local talent, and three thrilled about the potential for Amazon to con- all walks of life and every corner of the globe call
strategically located sites, Huntington Beach and sider HBLB. “If Amazon were to select HBLB, I home. We would love to share our city with
Long Beach (HBLB) have highlighted all the key know having them here would only bring out the Amazon, whose presence would enrich the tap-
elements in making HBLB the home of Amazon best in all of us – a new spark of inspiration for estry of Long Beach."
HQ2 – “Amazon Coast: Portal to the World.” not only the Los Angeles and Orange County re- HBLB plans to deliver its proposal Thursday –
Packaged as a nod to the original beginnings of gions, but Southern as well as a cus-
Amazon, the HBLB coffee table book-style pro- California as a whole. tom made
posal theme of Sand, Sea and Air creates a tri- Where else can you go HBLB surf-
fecta that provides stability, balance, and to have so much con- board. Check out
strength. nectivity and accessi- the creative
Three prime sites have been identified by bility? And with so “Amazon Coast”
HBLB for the new Amazon headquarters: one in many outdoor recre- video, featuring a
Huntington Beach – “Amazon Sand,” another ation opportunities surprise celebrity,
site along the Long Beach waterfront – “Amazon and perfect year- in the quest to de-
Sea,” and a third site adjacent to the Long Beach round weather, Ama- liver the final pro-
Airport – “Amazon Air.” HBLB stands apart zonians will love the posal from HBLB
from other competing cities in that the “Amazon SoCal vibe and cul- to CEO Jeff
Sand” site is already entitled and move-in ready ture. It’s with great Bezos. Cameo by
with more than 500,000 square feet of space. pride that we request HB’s hometown
The cities have joined together as both are close that Amazon con- surfer, Brett Simp-
in proximity and well exceed the criteria for sider Surf City and son. The video is
Amazon HQ2. HBLB offers virtually turnkey Long Beach for its available on
sites for phases one and two, a highly educated HQ2.” – a sub-
work force, a business-friendly environment, a Long Beach Mayor Dr. Robert Garcia believes sidiary of Home to TwitchCon
multitude of recreation activities, and an unpar- “Long Beach has a vibrant downtown on the 2017, Long Beach is already poised to promote
alleled quality of life. With the help of our part- water, a Metro rail connection to Downtown Los Amazon’s global brand. 25
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Moe News Than You Can Handle From the Mailbag
Main Street Eyewear
Looks at Life Through

Stuff You Probably Didn't Know
Moe Kanoudi
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You Didn't Know!

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Coca-Cola was originally green. The San Francisco Cable cars are the
only mobile National Monuments.
The State with the highest percentage of
people who walk to work: Alaska Each king in a deck of playing cards
represents a great king from history:
The percentage of Africa that is wilder-
ness: 28% (now get this...) Spades - King David
Hearts - Charlemagne
The percentage of Clubs - Alexander, the Great
North America that is wilderness: 38% Diamonds - Julius Caesar

The cost of raising a medium-size dog 111,111,111 x 111,111,111 =
to the age of eleven: $16,400 12,345,678,987, 654,321

The average number of people airborne
over the any given hour: 61,000

Intelligent people have
more zinc and copper in

their hair.. Famous Golf Quotes
You can make a lot of money in this game.
The first novel ever Just ask my ex-wives. Both of them are so
written on a typewriter, rich that neither of their husbands work.
Tom Sawyer. ~ Lee Trevino
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Prime Motor deal with GPB motivated by upheaval in retail
amie LaReau DRIVES HIS tailer of automobiles," said Rosenberg. nance than a traditional internal com- Rosenberg bought the largest-selling
POINT HOME..."New England "To do that, you need a lot of capital bustion engine vehicle, he said. Service Subaru store in New England — Man-
dealer David Rosenberg structured and a lot of size."Abrams Capital did work is usually the largest part of most chester Subaru in New Hampshire —
his latest buy-sell deal with an eye to- not respond to repeated requests for dealerships' profits, so a proliferation from former co-owner Todd
ward surviving changes looming over comment. of such vehicles is a threat. Berkowitz. Rosenberg has three ac-
the auto-retailing model. Terms of the GPB deal were not dis- quisitions pending that he expects to
He and his former majority partner, closed, but Rosenberg will retain a mi- • Connected cars: The technology close in 90 days. He wants to buy
Abrams Capital, sold a majority stake nority stake in Prime and remain its that enables vehicles to talk to one an- stores in New Hampshire, Vermont,
in Prime Motor Group to GPB Capital, CEO. other will also enable people to per- Rhode Island and Connecticut, he
a New York asset-management com- form software updates in their own said.
pany. He wants to leverage GPB's Disruptors garage with little need to visit a dealer- "Capstone will allow me to grow as
money and scale to prepare for an on- GPB brings both bucks and brawn. ship, again endangering profits. quickly as I strategically can," said
slaught of electric cars, autonomous The New York alternative-investment Rosenberg.
vehicles and ride-sharing, as well as firm manages $1.35 billion in assets. • Autonomous vehicles: Self-dri- In the last four years, GPB Capital
build dealership technology to gain a After buying control of Prime, GPB's ving cars are an inevitable reality that has quietly grown by buying exclusive
competitive edge in the shifting retail Capstone Automotive Group has under will turn ride-sharing companies into brand dealerships in small to midsize
landscape. contract and owns a majority stake in the dominant car buyers as consumers markets and larger stores or groups in
It's not the first time Rosenberg, 54, 66 dealerships selling 24 brands in 10 use those services through subscrip- metro areas. On June 27, for example,
has taken an unorthodox approach to states. If it disclosed sales, it would tion-type models, Rosenberg said. Ul- GPB bought a majority stake in nine
business. In 2006, Prime Motor Group rank in the top 10 on Automotive timately, individual vehicle ownership Kenny Ross Automotive Group dealer-
partnered with Abrams Capital in one News' list of the top 150 dealership will recede. ships in the Pittsburgh market and
opened a new Buick-GMC point on
• Other disruptors: Rosenberg Staten Island in New York.
refers to Walmart, Amazon and Capstone has annual revenue from
other companies that are looking auto retail investments of $3.4 billion,
to enter the auto retail space, thus including Prime's annual top-line rev-
increasing competition. enue of $1.4 billion, said Jeffry Schnei-
Partnering with GPB's Cap- der, a strategic adviser to GPB.
stone will help Prime counter Rosenberg grew up in the car busi-
those threats, Rosenberg believes. ness. His father, Ira Rosenberg,
"If we're large enough, we can founded Ira Motor Group in Massachu-
form our own pool of cars," he setts. In 2000, the two sold the five-
said. "We could have a 'Capstone store group to Group 1 Automotive Inc.
Club' where people can join for a of Houston. David Rosenberg ran
monthly fee. If we have a large Group 1's platform in the region until
enough footprint, we can align 2006. Then, Abrams Capital founder
ourselves with Uber and Lyft and David Abrams offered to back a new
assist them in servicing our vehi- dealership group.
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cles." "Rather than buy a couple of dealer-
ships with my own money, I invested
Size matters along with him," Rosenberg said.
Also, Prime gains economies There were no drawbacks to the mar-
of the first private equity-dealership groups based in the U.S., as ranked by of scale with GPB's other stores in riage, he said. "We had open commu-
partnerships in recent history. Abrams new-vehicle retail sales, its leaders say. human resources and accounting, and nications; they didn't get involved in
Capital cashed out of its investment in Prime ranks No. 66 on that list, with by swapping used-vehicle inventory the day-to-day operations, and they let
the dealership group this month. retail sales of 13,853 new vehicles in with Capstone's other dealerships, me do what needed to be done."
Most buy-sells are driven by a desire 2016. The Westwood, Mass., dealer- Rosenberg said. He added, "Abrams would have
to earn a return on investment, but ship group owns 26 dealerships in New GPB's deep pockets fund technology stayed with me forever, but we finally
Rosenberg knew the time had come to England. innovations. Prime has started work on got an offer that we couldn't refuse."
devise a deal that ensures a long-term "We need to get even larger," Rosen- an app that will allow a fully digital car Capstone's leaders say they are "100
future beyond short-term gains. berg told Automotive News, to take on transaction and on technology to offer percent" behind Prime's strategy. "We
"With everything going on in the au- the following challenges to auto retail. subscription transportation services, he are definitely in for the long haul," said
tomotive business today, you need to said. Schneider. "The idea is to let Dave
be super aggressive, have as much • Electric vehicles: These vehicles GPB and Rosenberg also want to have the autonomy he needs to suc-

scale as possible and be an efficient re- will require 70 percent less mainte- aggressively add stores. On Oct. 12, ceed."

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ALYSSA PRY will be added to your account before you can- STEP 5: Send a letter to your card issuer
If you’re thinking of can- cel, call your credit card and have your account To cover all your bases, send a written cancel-
celing a credit card, it’s not as simple as cutting frozen. Then you can clear your account and lation letter to your card issuer. Make sure you
it in a half and throwing it away. cancel the card without having to deal with out- include your personal information, as well as
If you’re not careful, cancelling a credit card standing payments or interest changes. your credit card account number. Again, tell
can hurt your credit score because it can in- your issuer you’d like your credit report to say
crease your credit utilization rate, which is the STEP 4: Call your credit card company your account was closed at your request.
percentage of credit you’ve used. The more Now that you’ve taken care of clearing your There’s nothing wrong with being overly thor-
credit cards you have, the more credit you have card and accrued awards, it’s finally time to ough and cautious when it comes to your credit!
available. If you close one card, you’ll have less close it! Call your credit card company and con- Once your card is closed, be sure to monitor
credit and can be at a higher risk of maxing out firm that your balance is zero. Tell the company your credit score—but remember, it could take
or overspending on your cards. you’d like to cancel your card and note that the a month or more for your account to be fully
Closing a credit card can also have a negative account was closed a the “consumer’s request.” closed. Any changes or dips in your score
impact on your credit age. The longer you’ve Then, ask your credit card company for written should be short-lived!
owned and paid off your credit cards, the higher confirmation that your card was closed.
your age. This is good for your credit score, be-
cause you have a long track record of pay-
ing off your balance. Avoid closing the
credit card you’ve had the longest so you
can keep a higher credit age.
If you still want to cancel, follow these
5 steps:

STEP 1: Ask, “Do I really need to can-
If you have high fees and interest rates
on your card, or if you find yourself over-
spending every month, closing your card
could be the best way to save money and
curb your spending habits. Otherwise,
keeping your account open but not using
your card is a way to avoid any potential
damage to your credit score.

STEP 2: Redeem outstanding rewards
Make sure you’ve used or cashed out the
rewards associated with your card. Cards
have different redemption instructions, so
check the procedure on your credit card
issuer’s website so you’re not leaving free
money behind!

STEP 3: Pay off your balance
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until you pay off your balance in full. If
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ranked them as the 2017 Best Cities for Seniors to Retire. growth in population of people
Analysts aimed to take into account a wide variety of met- age 65 and older. The lowest
rics that would make a city great for retirement. Some retire- tier averaged less than 5%
ment-focused metrics included migration rates for residents growth, around the national
age 65 and older, health care costs, weather, and restaurants average.
and amenities. • Populous coastal areas
Chesterfield, Mo., came in at the top of the list. The suburb tend to be ranked lower. Very
sits west of St. Louis and just south of the Missouri River. few of the top 10% of cities
The suburban feel has been attracting retirees lately: While were in New England, Texas,
the overall population barely changed from 2010-15, the or the northern Pacific regions. Instead,
number of residents age 65 and older jumped 15%. Chester- top cities were spread throughout the
field stands out in several categories, including its abundance South and Midwest. The man who gave the
of health care establishments (5 per 1,000 residents), high ed-
ucation rate (69% of residents have a bachelor’s degree or METHODOLOGY shoes off his feet to this
higher), low crime rate (17.7 per 1,000 residents), and home Analysts ranked 1,662 cities based homeless girl.
ownership (more than 77% of residents own their homes). on 12 metrics. Here’s a look at the
breakdown of the GoodCall system:
• Top cities tended to be smaller. The top 10% of cities av- COMMUNITY OF SENIORS
eraged about 45,000 residents, while the bottom 10% aver- 10% – Percent of population that is
aged more than 96,000. age 65 or older. Data comes from the 2015 American Com- seniors.
• Top cities tend to have many more homeowners. In the munity Survey 5-year population estimates by city. • 10% – Cost of Living not including health care. Data
top 10%, an average of 68% of residents are homeowners. 5% – Senior migration. This represents the change in the comes from Sperling’s 2016 data by city. Ad-
Only about 48% of residents are homeowners, on average, in percentage of the population was is 65 or older from 2010- justed based on Kiplinger’s 2016 rating of how tax-friendly
each state is for seniors.
• 5% – Percentage of residents that live in homes they own.
Data from the American Community Survey 2015 1-year es-
timates by city. This rate indicates areas where home owner-
ship is affordable.

• 10% – Education rates. Includes both the percentage of
25+ population with a high school diploma and the percent-
age of 25+ population with a bachelor’s degree. Data comes
from the American Community Survey 2015 1-year estimates
by city.
• 10% – Amenities. The number of arts, entertainment and
recreation facilities per 1,000 residents, taken from the Geo-
graphic Area Series 2012 for economic places.
• 5% – Restaurants and bars. The number of food and
drinking places per 1,000 residents, taken from the Geo-
graphic Area Series 2012 for economic places.
• 10% percentage of sunny days. Sunny days are counted
as those with fewer than 50% clouds. Data is from 2016 pro-
prietary data by city.
• 10% – Crime rate. The number of crimes per 1,000 peo-
ple, taken from the FBI 2015 data by city.
• 10% – Access to Health Care. The number of ambulatory
care services, hospitals, and nursing and residential care fa-
cilities, taken from the Geographic Area Series 2012 for eco-
the bottom 10%. 2015. Data comes from the American Community Survey 5- nomic places.
• Health care costs are lower in top cities. While some of year population estimates. • 5% – Net Migration. This shows the percentage change
the top cities tend to be areas with slightly higher cost of liv- in the overall population from 2010-2015, based on the Amer-
ing, they also tending to have lower costs for health care than AFFORDABILITY ican Community Survey 5-year estimates."
those cities near the bottom. On average, cities in the top 10% • 10% – Cost of health care. Cost of living data from Sper-
had health costs about 5% below the national average, while ling’s 2016 data by city. Adjusted based on

Top 5 Real Estate Trends for 2017
the bottom 10% of cities averaged about 5% higher than the Kiplinger’s 2016 rating of how tax-friendly each state is for
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Rebecca Lake -FINANCE... builds an American Dream The increased push for housing may be driven in part by a is forecasting a price increase of 5.2% through September
story for us..."The real estate market is constantly evolving growing number of millennials who are venturing into home- 2017. If home prices increase at that rate or close to it, some
and 2017 is shaping up to be another year of change. If you're ownership for the first time. In addition to purchasing single- homeowners could see their home equity rise.
planning to buy a home in the new year (or you want to sell family homes, younger buyers may buy condos as well. Having more equity in your home is a plus if you're hoping
your existing home), it doesn't hurt to know a thing or two to sell your home or refinance. The more equity you've built

about what's trending in the markets. As we look ahead to the 3. More Millennial Buyers May Head to the up in your property, the more you stand to make if you decide
new year, here's what should be on your radar with regard to Suburbs to sell your house. If you're refinancing to pull equity out of
the housing markets. hile big cities are still popular among young adults, your home for a major renovation, a higher equity value will

many millennials are interested in living in suburban give you more borrowing power.

1. Home Prices May Stabilize areas. Research from Zillow shows that 47% of millennial
ome prices have been on a steady incline in recent years. homeowners have opted to buy houses in the suburbs, largely 5. Supply May Shrink in Some Cities
But that momentum may begin to slow down in 2017. due to the lower cost of living that it entails. The amenities espite rising demand, available housing may be sluggish
Since the Federal Reserve just raised interest rates for the first that many suburban areas offer are also appealing, even if it in certain markets. According to the National Associa-
time in a year, that could have a stabilizing effect means that homeowners have a tion of Realtors, the number of available properties declined
on home prices. The National Association of longer commute. by 4.2% between 2015 and May 2016. Currently, inventory
Realtors estimates that price growth will slow to This trend could be good news for is down by an average of 11% (year over year) in the top 100
3.9%, down from 4.9% in 2016. suburban homeowners who are major metro markets. That's not expected to change much in
For sellers, that may lead to a shrinking profit planning to put their homes on the 2017, which means buyers could face more competition as
margin in previously hot local markets. Buyers, market in 2017. For buyers, the pri- they attempt to purchase homes.

on the other hand, may be better positioned to mary advantage of choosing the sub-
snag a deal on a home in areas where prices urbs over the city is the ability to Final Word
have recently skyrocketed. stretch their budgets. For example, hether you're preparing to purchase a new home or sell

$325,000 may buy you a three-bed- an old house in the new year, it's important to know
2. Demand for Housing Could Heat Up room home in the 'burbs versus a one-bedroom studio in the how housing trends could affect you. Keeping your finger on
ccording to the National Association of Realtors, we city. the pulse of the market can help you avoid being left out in

could see an uptick in the demand for properties in 2017. the cold by rising interest rates or a widening gap between
Specifically, the NAR is predicting that existing home sales 4. Homeowners Could See Their Equity Rise supply and demand."
will top 6 million in 2017, which is similar to forecasts from hile the National Association of Realtors is projecting
the Mortgage Bankers' Association, Fannie Mae and Freddie a slowdown in home prices, other housing industry ex- The post Top 5 Real Estate Trends for 2017 appeared first 29
Mac. perts are taking a different stance. CoreLogic, for example, on SmartAsset Blog.
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