Lori Esker, now 50, was convicted at trial in June 1990 of
first-degree intentional homicide in the death of Lisa Cihaski, 21. She
was released Tuesday morning from Robert Ellsworth Correctional in
On June 19, Esker was recommended for a
discretionary release. It was approved on June 27. Her release date was
set for on or around July 16, according to a spokeswoman for the
Department of Corrections.
Cihaski was found strangled in her car
in the parking lot outside the former Howard Johnson motel. She worked
there as an assistant sales and catering manager. She was found by her
mother after she failed to come home after work on Sept. 20, 1989.
Investigators said she had been strangled with a belt. Esker was
arrested eight days later.
Cihaski was engaged to Esker's
ex-boyfriend. Witnesses said Esker still wanted a relationship with her
former boyfriend, describing her as “obsessive”. Court documents state
Cihaski had gotten engaged just one month before her death.
Trial transcripts state, Cihaski's mother,
Shirley Cihaski described Lisa as an optimist. She said she had planned
to get married in the spring of 1991.
The Epstein connections range from the Clinton
Foundation and the Deep State to the sex cults of NXIVM and FLDS to
Hollywood to the world of international high finance, according to Neon Revolt:
“The megabucks call themselves ‘Mega group.’ This name appeared in
the media a couple of years ago, as a name for the secret Israeli mole
in the upper reaches of the U.S. establishment. It came up in an
overheard phone conversation, later denied by the Israeli embassy in
Washington, D.C. The newshounds and spook watchers got it wrong. ‘Mega’
was not an agent, Mega was the boss.” With some bitterness, Shamir wrote, “Megabucks influence us, even
more than they influence the U.S. Our politicians are as weak and
corrupt as America’s and they are easier to swing. Even relative
small-timers can cause eruption and bloodshed, like the California
bingo-parlor owner [Irving] Moskowitz, who pushed our ex-prime minister
Netanyahu to open the tunnel under the Haram al Sharif…. The Megabucks
can buy Israel with their spare change. If they wish, we would have
peace in Palestine today. But they are not interested in Israel per se….
Megabucks care for themselves, and they need Israel in order to keep
the American Jews together, supporting them. That is why they do not
mind bloodshed in Palestine, and even a bloody regional war does not
scare them.” Shamir concluded: “In my opinion, Megabucks, rather than forces of
Caballa, move the events in the Middle East. It is not magic, just
money—but a lot of money. They do not rule America or Israel, but they
exercise a lot of influence. Fifty multibillionaires united in one
framework present a very real force in the world.”
Steinberg concludes: Of course, Shamir does not have the picture precisely right. The
Bronfman-centered Mega Group is but one component of an insane and
desperate element within the transatlantic financial establishment that
is now pressing for a “Clash of Civilizations,” as a means of responding
to the collapse of their global financial empire, and the threat of a
new set of Eurasia-centered cooperative arrangements among nations
supplanting their power. But, as far as the Mega puzzle is concerned,
Shamir has solved the mystery. No wonder Mossad boss Yatom scolded his Washington-based underling with the warning, “This is not something we use Mega for.”
And what are the odds that a group of Jewish billionaires with ties to
Israeli intelligence would now all be caught up in sex abuse scandals?
We’re familiar with the scandals surrounding Wexner (and his protege,
Epstein), Spielberg, and the Bronfmans (Edgar was involved alongside
Charles, and it’s Edgar’s daughters who got involved with NXIVM), but
what about Steinhardt?
Well, wouldn’t you know it, but Steinhardt just happens to be embroiled in a sex scandal of his own right now!
What a remarkable coincidence! All FOUR of these founding families have
sexual scandal surrounding them, and they all seem attached to the
Israeli deep state, in some way or another!
And remember all those unsealed indictments? R. Kelly's was one of them....
On my cell phone a storm alert went off this morning for extreme heat advisory so please stay some place that is cool and drink enough liquids. This goes from 7am today to 10am tomorrow. I know I am up early but Drew has to be to work at 4am today. Here are you questions.
1) When was the last time you remember the weather being this warm?
2) Have you ever had to work outside with it being this warm and humid?
3) Did your work ever stay home with it this warm?
4) Would you rather the heat or below zero weather?
RACINE — A 71-year-old Racine man has been charged in court with the manufacture/delivery of cocaine as a repeat offender.
Robert C. Christman, of the 5100 block of 16th
Street, was charged in Racine County Circuit Court Wednesday with the
manufacture and/or delivery of cocaine and maintaining a drug
trafficking place, both as a repeat offender.
Politics in America, Britain, and other Western nations have taken a
sharp turn toward nationalism—a commitment to a world of independent
nations. This has been disorienting to many, not least the American
conservative movement, which has, since the fall of the Berlin Wall in
1989, grown increasingly attached to a vision of a global “rules-based
liberal order” that would bring peace and prosperity to the entire world
while attenuating the independence of nations.
The return of nationalism has created a much-discussed “crisis of
conservatism” that may be unprecedented since modern Anglo-American
conservatism was formulated by Russell Kirk, William Buckley, and their
colleagues in the 1950s. At the heart of this crisis is a question: Is
the new American and British nationalism a hostile usurper that has
arrived on the scene to displace political conservatism? Or is
nationalism an essential, if neglected, part of the Anglo-American
conservative tradition at its best?
The conference on “National Conservatism” will bring together public
figures, journalists, scholars, and students who understand that the
past and future of conservatism are inextricably tied to the idea of the
nation, to the principle of national independence, and to the revival
of the unique national traditions that alone have the power to bind a
people together and bring about their flourishing.
We see this public conference as the kick off for a protracted effort to
recover and reconsolidate the rich tradition of national conservative
thought as an intellectually serious alternative to the excesses of
purist libertarianism, and in stark opposition to political theories
grounded in race. Our aim is to solidify and energize national
conservatives, offering them a much-needed institutional base,
substantial ideas in the areas of public policy, political theory, and
economics, and an extensive support network across the country.
Conservatives couldn't conserve the ladies room. Don't count on them to
save the American nation. They're not nationalists, they're Neoclowns
I’m Art Kumbalek and man oh manischewitz what a world,
ain’a? So yeah, I’m back from a brief hop up by the Hayward there, one
of those work-vacations with some of the fellas so’s we could do more
research on the billion-dollar idea Little Jimmy Iodine had a couple,
three years back.
You may recall, here’s the deal: You take your Highway 27 out of
Black River Falls on your way up to Hayward and what do all these
bumpkinvilles you pass through—your Augusta, your Cadott, your
Cornell—have in common, besides lots of middle-aged white guys planting
their butts on a bar stool? I’ll tell you what they got. PARKING, and
tons of it. That’s what they’ve got. Little Jimmy says they’re sitting
on a focking gold mine and they don’t even know it. So natch’, if we
could only dream up a way to export this precious and rare natural
resource to your Milwaukee, Chicago, your Hong focking Kong, us guys
could all be billionaires living on Easy Street, I kid you not.
So we took the brief jaunt Up North and yes sir, I can tell you’s all
that the parking is still just sitting there, but we got back home
still without a focking clue as to how to transport that parking to
where it’s most needed. Ernie suggested we try this Kick-ass Starter
thing where I hear you get free dough to finance a big-time idea, so
maybe our dream to make the world a more convenient place still has
legs, what the fock.
Anyways, because of the work-vacation I missed out, again, on getting
over to sunny Spain for the bull running, which reminds me of a little
story about the wisdom of age: An old bull and a young bull stand on a hillside, overlooking a
pasture. The young bull says to the old bull, “Hey man, let’s run down
and fock one of those heifers.” The old bull replies, “Better yet, let’s
walk down and fock ’em all.” Ba-ding!
And of course, I also missed out on Our Town’s annual Drink Beer in
Les Boulevard and Oui-Oui in the focking Street Fest. And speaking of
longtime big-time ideas, how ’bout at the French Fest why not
periodically let loose a couple, three rampaging bulls at the swell
corner of Jefferson & Wells so as to attract the wealthy
international traveler bent on confronting death?
And before I forget, a quick message for you moms and pops out there.
Just like every year, the answer is yes; even at this late date,
there’s still plenty of room open in the much-ballyhooed Art Kumbalek
Summertime School of Juvenile Writing. In fact, there’s nothing but room—I know, go figure, ain’a?
So listen, as a refresher, here’s an excerpt from the brochure I was going to have designed and printed some years ago: Your kids will get the goods on a semi-employable skill, and
she’s open to anybody as long as they’re betweenst the ages of “old
enough to cross the street by themselves” and “young enough to focking
do whatever Camp Counselor Kumbalek tells them to do.” I figure the
session will last about a week ’cause that’s about all I’m going to be
able to stand. But oh, the times they’ll have! Campers will contract a full dose of the writing life, from
learning to never answer the phone to never acquiesce a knock at the
door to never set an alarm clock to never open unsolicited mail from the
IRS. This year’s camp theme: “Writer’s Block, What the Fock.” Each
student will be told to think of something to write about. Then, under
my tutelage, legitimized by personal experience, the student will be
encouraged to take the view that their idea is unworthy to be writ upon,
that it’s horse manure, ’cause how could it be otherwise if they
themselves had thought of it? I’ll let them wrestle with that for most of the week whilst
demonstrating techniques designed to abide writer’s block: Watch 24-hour
TV; stare out the window while hunkered over a full ashtray; pour
another stiff one. Then, with an hour left to the week I’ll tell them
that if they ever want to see their parents again, they best get their
pencil and paper out and make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear the best
they can. Writing. Pressure. Deal with it. But time’s running out. Get your butt in gear and get your
kid/kids registered because seating is definitely limited to those who
sign up, cash in advance. The fee is half-a-grand per camper with all
necessary supplies included: No. 2 pencil with plenty of lead in it;
writing tablet; carton of Chesterfields; extra-large can of Maxwell
House; quart of Old Crow. No free lunch included.
So, if you’re a parent in need of a summertime break, please send me
$500 bucks and sign away your katzenjammer now, ’cause I’m Art Kumbalek
and I told you so.
MADISON — During Wisconsin's 2018
midterm election, which saw a record-breaking turnout, it was not the
close gubernatorial race that motivated Milwaukee resident Marlon
Rockett to cast an early ballot. It was the county's non-binding
referendum on whether recreational use of marijuana should be legalized.
equity is a top reason why Rockett favors legalization, which 70% of
Milwaukee County voters also supported. Rockett, who co-hosts a podcast
on issues affecting the black community, said laws against marijuana are
a "tool that's used to help hold everyday Americans back." And the
enforcement of these laws, Rockett said, is largely concentrated on
US Ambassador and Netflix board member Susan Rice called a senior
Chinese diplomat a "racist disgrace" in a heated Twitter spat on
In defending China's mass detention of Muslims via a series of now-deleted tweets,
Islamabad-based diplomat Lijian Zhao first noted that "37 countries"
have sent a joint letter to the UN supporting China's position, while
"22 countries" - none of which are Muslim, are against it.
What steamed Rice, however, was Zhao's assertion that "If you're in Washington, D.C., you know the white never go to the SW area, because it's an area for the black & Latin," adding "There's a saying ‘black in & white out’, which means that as long as a black family enters, white people will quit, & price of the apartment will fall sharply."
bAKED pIZZA was all thrown out - and the pizza pan and Wally World
PTFE coated cookware was replaced with new stuff from Target - which
was also a much better shopping experience tham Ghetto - Rat Wally
Convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein apparently had quite the casting couch going on in his Manhattan mansion, according to the New York Post.
Epstein, who was formerly 'close' friends with Victoria's Secret
owner Leslie Wexner, "relied on ...[the] modeling business to source
underage girls for sex," according to investigative reporter Conchita
Sarnoff's new book "Trafficking."
According to an account by Italian model Elisabetta Tai, Epstein
tried to take advantage of the 21-year-old aspiring Victoria's Secret
model in 2004 after she was promised that a meeting with a 'very
important' man could land her a gig with the apparel company.
"He told me this is one of the most important people in modeling,"
Tai said of her booking agent. "He said that this man is in charge of
Victoria’s Secret and he’s going to change your life."
"I rang the doorbell of this incredible mansion, and a butler
answered the door," said Tai, originally from Padua - located around 20
miles from Venice. "It was astonishing. It was a very beautiful house,
and I saw about five models walking around as soon as I walked in. I was
Tai was greeted by a woman with "short black hair" described as Epstein's longtime confidant and 'Madam,'
Ghislaine Maxwell, who showed her into Epstein's office. While she
hasn't been charged in connection with Epstein's activities, Maxwell has
been accused by three women of recruiting young women for the financier.
The woman with the short hair introduced Tai to Epstein, who was dressed casually in a shirt and jeans, she said. As Epstein started to ask her questions about her background, she noticed a massage table near his desk.
She said she didn’t think anything of it, and reached for her
portfolio to show Epstein her previous modeling work in Italy. Tai had
done a few modeling jobs in her native country, “but nothing big,
nothing like I imagined I could do in America,” she told The Post.
As Tai talked about her experience in halting English, she said
Epstein moved to the massage table and began to remove his clothes.
“I thought he was preparing to have a massage, and that someone was
about to come in to the room and give him a massage,” she said.
But Tai said she panicked when Epstein lay down naked on the table and told her to approach. He then handed her a vibrator, she said.
“I froze,” she said. “I didn’t know what to do.
“I just grabbed the vibrator and threw it at his head,” she said.
“I mean, I don’t know where it landed, I just blacked out and then I ran as fast as I could out of the room.” -NY Post
While trying to run out of the house, the woman Tai fingered as Maxwell grabbed her to ask what she was doing.
"She told me that I couldn’t just leave," said Tai, adding "She said that this man is important, that he is a friend of President Clinton."
Tai said that she was too scared to tell anyone, which means he did
it according to the 'Kavanaugh standard' established by Democrats in
"I was too scared to tell anyone," Tai told the Post. "I was too shy and scared that someone would come after me to blackmail me or maybe worse."
Epstein, who was an investor in a Manhattan modeling venture, has
been accused by prosecutors of using his connections to the modeling
company to “audition” girls to give him massages that often ended up in
A former Manhattan-based model agent, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, also alleged an Epstein-Victoria’s Secret pimp pipeline.
“He [Epstein] portrayed himself as the back door to get a girl into Victoria’s Secret. Some of those girls got in,” he said.
He promised the catalog and ad-campaign jobs, not the supermodel fashion-show gigs, he added. -NY Post
"It was still significant cash for a young model doing the catalog," an agent told the Post.
"They weren’t making hundreds of thousands but they could make about
$5,000 a week modeling for the campaigns or the catalog. Not all the
girls sent to him got jobs, but a lot of them did."
According to another Manhattan model entrepreneur, Maxwell was actively recruiting at Victoria's Secret events.
"They were always these really trashy shows full of rich men in the
audience," he said. "Ghislaine acted as the kind of Nazi guard, telling
everyone where they were sitting in the audience and that she had new ‘pop tarts’ which is what she called the young models."
A French think-tank, The Shift Project, reveals that adult material accounts for more than 4% of all carbon dioxide emissionslinked to digital technologies, while porn constitutes 27% of all videos viewed online.
Talk about a carbon handprint...
"...viewing pornographic videos in the world in 2018 generated carbon emissions of the same magnitude as that of the residential sector in France," reads the report.
The authors then shift to a moral argument against porn, suggesting
that "one of the problems mentioned regarding the effects of consuming
pornography at the societal level is the phenomenon of shifting norms:
during the consumption of content by an individual, a trend towards
increased violence in the content viewed, for example, has been
observed, leading to harmful effects on the individual’s sexuality and
their perceptions of physical relationships."
What's more, men can't seem to jerk off without porn.
Catherine Solano, a sexologist, has observed “for several years, that for a large proportion of men, masturbation is inseparable from pornography”
(Solano, 2018). The use of pornography and thus the visualization of
online pornographic videos are therefore now associated with a
utilization governed by highly automatic cognitive mechanisms, which
allows the efficient monetization of the products proposed. Today, the
economic development of viewing online pornographic videos is therefore
built on a cognitive amalgam resulting from the marketing practices of
the sector: the association of using pornography with the physical act
of sex (Roussilhe, 2019).
Seeing a naked body activates an initial automatic reaction in the
brain which arouses interest linked to the evolutive reflex of the
possibility of procreation (Solano, 2018). Since we know that our
cognitive mechanisms host a bias, called “trigger effect”,
that induces inertia in our thought process30 (Marcinkowski, 2019), we
can understand that the sexualization of content for the general public
introduces pornographic uses within a wider mechanism of influence:
exposed to sexualized contents for the general public (advertising,
video clips, etc.).
So - men have a pavlovian response to naked women which results in
eco-unfriendly masturbation - to increasingly violent content.
Surrounded by half-inflated eagles, wearing a "Make Oakland Great Again" hat and dressed as an elf to “deliver Xmas in July”, San Francisco real-estate developer Gene Gorelik stood on a boom lift above a homeless encampment in Oakland on Friday and chanted into a bullhorn, “Free money! Free money!”
The scene follows Gorelik's posting on Facebook that explained Home Depot Oakland could be forced to close (with 300 jobs at stake) because, as he notes "it is under attack by Libbyland" - a reference to Oakland's uber-liberal mayor Libby Schaaf
"I will rent a boom lift from Home Depot and make it rain $300 in singles to show the Citizens of Libbyland I'm serious. Then I'll offer $2000 each to move to 11 4th St. by 8PM. However, if anyone is left in Libbyland at 8PM, no one gets any money. It's all or nothing.
Remember, half the homeless came from outside Oakland. They have been lured in by Libby's promise of free housing.
If you feel Schaafted, please come out for a day of good, clean, fun
community service to save 300 Oakland Jobs from the Libbyland Attack!"
Perhaps unsurprisingly, he was shouted down by community activists
and encampment residents before he was able to turn on his leaf blower
full of cash as they raged at the arrogance of his free-money handout
when what they appear to really want is free houses or moar money than
just 2 grand!!??
"It’s just a slap in the face for the residents,” said Candice Elder,
the chief executive of East Oakland Collective, a community
organization that focuses on racial and economic equity. “He’s not doing anything constructive right now but being disrespectful and classist.”
38-year-old Kay Spikes, who has lived in a tiny house in the
encampment for five years, exclaimed “it really doesn’t do anything..."
“$2,000 would get me maybe a motel for two weeks, some food,” she said.
“You can’t even use that as a deposit. There’s no place in Oakland
that’s $1,000. It doesn’t solve the issue and it sure doesn’t even put a
cushion under it.”
So what do they want?
Simple - as this sign of the 'new normal world of handouts and money-for-nothing' times seems to confirm...
If only 'the rich' would pay just a little fairer share of their
taxes, every homeless person in America can have a house (and a
pony?)... because, after all, isn't owning a house a basic human right?
With self-proclaimed former Area 51 employee Bob Lazar making an appearance on the Joe Rogan Podcast weeks ago, the topic of Area 51 has bubbled back to prominence for the first time in years.
And now, almost 700,000 Facebook users have pledged
to "storm" the area in September in an effort to uncover what they
believe to be some hidden unknown truth at the area, according to Fox News.
"If we [N]aruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets see them aliens," the Facebook group for the event says.
As of the time of writing, 699,000 users were listed on Facebook as "going" to the raid,
which is supposed to take place on September 20, at 3AM. On top of
that, 640,000 more were listed as "interested" in going to the raid. The
plan is supposedly to meet at a nearby “tourist attraction” where they
will “coordinate our entry.”
There's been more than 21,000 posts on the event's page, with some users posting ideas about formations and "game plans" on how the raid would take place.
One user even wrote a disclaimer:
“Hello US government, this is a joke, and I do not actually intend to go ahead with this plan. I
just thought it would be funny and get me some thumbsy uppies on the
internet. I'm not responsible if people decide to actually storm area
Area 51 is an Air Force facility near Groom Lake in Nevada that has long been linked to alien conspiracy theories. "They can't stop all of us," the event page says.
True Blood and Westworld actress Evan Rachel Wood helpfully provides young women with dating advice:
Westworld actor Evan Rachel Wood took to Twitter to attack Stranger Things’ Hawkins Sheriff Jim Hopper.
You should never date a guy like the cop from #strangerthings Extreme
jealousy and violent rages are not flattering or sexy like TV would have
you believe. That is all.
Wood would add, “Yes I am aware its ‘just a show’ and its set ‘in the
80s’ even though this stuff was unacceptable then too, but thats exactly
my point. Its just a show and this is a gentle reminder not to fall for
this crap in real life. Red flags galore.”
Now, keep in mind that Miss Wood is best known for portraying a bisexual
vampire who kills and eats people as well as a killer robot. So if you
take one thing away from this, it is a gentle reminder not to fall for
bisexual vampires and killer robots. Bisexual vampires and killer robots
are not flattering or sexy like TV would have you believe.
Takeaway: never take relationship advice from any woman dumb enough to date Marilyn Manson.
Harley Davidson looks like it will be the first company to market with a mainstream electric motorcycle, according to engadget.
The company's LiveWire electric motorcycle will soon be on the road and
will have a longer range than expected, at 140 miles of city driving on
a single charge. But, like any other electric vehicle, you’ll still
need to hook it up to a charger once in a while.
According to Harley Davidson's website, the bike will be "available in select dealerships through North America and Western Europe in the fall of 2019. Select additional markets will follow."
The motorcycle has been in the works for more than four years now.
You'll be able to charge it with a Level 1 charger at home, or with a
quicker Level 2 or 3 DC fast chargers, that'll be available at Harley
The bike comes with seven riding modes that tune the suspension and electric drivetrain differently. It
sports anti-lock brakes and a traction control system, along with a
color touchscreen for navigation and Bluetooth connectivity.
Harley Davidson is offering free charging for its new US customers.
The motorcycle is soon going to be available at a limited number of dealerships and will cost about $30,000. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in just three seconds. There is no clutch and no shifting.
Harley Davidson is looking to revitalize its business after
struggling with declining sales and an aging client base both in the
United States and abroad. Sales of its motorcycles were down 4.2% and
international sales were down 3.3% in the first quarter of 2019.
Police in Oklahoma stopped a vehicle that was reported as stolen on June 26 and found a rattlesnake, a canister of radioactive powdered uranium and an open bottle of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey, according to AP and KFOR. The stop took place in Guthrie, which is about 30 miles north of Oklahoma City.
Stephen Jennings was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle,
transporting an open container of liquor, operating a vehicle with a
suspended license, and failure to carry security verification form. His
passenger, Rachael Rivera, was charged with possession of a firearm
after a former felony conviction.
The stop was made at about 11AM for an expired tag. Jennings
was in the driver's seat, Rivera was in the passenger's seat and their
"pet Timber rattlesnake" was in the backseat, in a terrarium. Jennings told police he had a gun in the console right around the same time the vehicle was reported as stolen.
Speaking about the vehicle's unusual inventory, a local police officer said:
"When that happens of course, we call in a company that deals with that specifically and it`s taken safely into possession. The uranium is the wild card in that situation."
Oddly enough, there have been no charges stemming from the rattlesnake or the uranium thus far. "It happens to be rattlesnake season at the time, so he
can be in possession of this rattlesnake because he has a valid lifetime
hunting and fishing license," the officer concluded.
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