Our president-elect has proudly displayed his preference for primetime TV and Twitter rants over intelligence briefings and mature political discourse. However, Trump’s everyman urge to avoid his professional responsibilities and talk shit on the internet reached an (arguably) new low Friday morning. Trump woke up, bright and early, with a mission: to trash The New Celebrity Apprentice over disappointing early ratings. Beyond the ever-present disbelief over how our future president chooses to spend his free time, these tweets raise new concerns. For example, does Donald Trump know that as an executive producer of The New Celebrity Apprentice—a position he insisted on maintaining even after his recent promotion—he has a vested interest in the show’s success? Given this conflict of interest, it would follow that Trump would use his newfound platform to peddle the program, especially since it’s off to a rocky start. Instead, Trump bowed to his pettiest, most … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Thinks He’s a Reality-TV ‘Ratings Machine.’ History Tells a Different Story.
“We’ve looked at shuttles, we’ve looked at talking to developers if they can open their garages for extended periods of time,” Napper said. “They can work with some of the business owners, maybe to work on some employee plans for their employees. Those are things that we are all in the works on right now.” … [Read more...] about Strip District Residents And Businesses Fed Up With Construction In Neighborhood
Michael Cohen is headed to prison, but that doesn’t mean that prosecutors are done investigating the scheme to pay off Trump’s alleged mistresses and keep them from being a 2016 election scandal. After a federal judge sent the president’s former fixer to prison for three years, deputy U.S. Attorney Robert Khuzami revealed that the tabloid publisher run by Trump’s pal David Pecker struck a deal to help in the Cohen case—and they could be helping out in another one. … [Read more...] about Feds Not Done Yet With Trump’s Hush-Money Business With Publisher of Pulitzer-Worthy National Enquirer
Other podcast topics include DM going to her 50th High School Reunion (Camelback High School in Phoenix, AZ), the new Panama Good Times App for Panama the country, travel Vlogs showing travel tips for countries around the world, and medical breakthrough technology with GIOSTAR Founder Dr. Anand Srivastava talking about the cure to the global blood shortage … all in all, it’s an interesting and fun VIDEO Podcast to learn about cool things that are happening with creative professionals around the world. … [Read more...] about The Launch of The DM Zone VIDEO Podcast Features Hollywood Celebrities, Legendary Musicians, Artists, Travel Vlogs & More!
Wershe’s only previous parole hearing, in 2003, was a sham built on demonstrably false law enforcement testimony. Wershe was described as in the top echelon of Detroit’s drug underworld, yet police and court records show he was never charged with drug racketeering, conspiracy or operating a continuing criminal enterprise, the usual charges brought against major dope dealers. Wershe was never named as a co-conspirator, un-indicted co-conspirator or even as a trial witness in any of the major drug trials of that era. He was never charged with a violent crime or with ordering a violent crime. He admits he was guilty of selling drugs but he and his supporters say the punishment has been totally out of proportion. Admitted drug hit men who have killed multiple victims have been imprisoned and released in the time Wershe has been behind bars. … [Read more...] about FBI Made Him Into a Cocaine Dealer, Now ‘White Boy Rick’ Is Going Free After 30 Years