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    A high-profile figure in the Central Coast’s marijuana industry has agreed to plead guilty to bribing a San Luis Obispo County supervisor, the first charges to be made public in what a spokesman for the federal prosecutor’s office in Los Angeles called “an ongoing public corruption investigation.” Helios “Bobby” Dayspring, 35, who owns marijuana farms and dispensaries up and down the Central Coast, will plead guilty to one count each of federal programs bribery and filing a false tax return, according to a plea agreement filed in federal court and unsealed Wednesday. Dayspring also agreed to pay $3.4 million in restitution — the amount he kept from the Internal Revenue Service by underreporting his income — and to cooperate with prosecutors and agents from the IRS and FBI who are said to be probing corruption in San Luis Obispo County. Dayspring’s lawyer, Sandra Brown-Bodner, said her client “has fully accepted responsibility for his actions, has been cooperating and will continue to cooperate with the government.” He is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 25, having signed his plea...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: This happened a long time back, but still bothers me. Judith Martin  I used to work at an overseas office with five other people, including my supervisor. On a couple of occasions, our manager in the U.S. sent gifts to all the staff members, but somehow I was left out. When she visited us in person, she again brought gifts for everyone but me. Just like the rest of the staff, I had a good working relationship with her. Each time this happened, my supervisor simply watched the whole thing with a sheepish smile, but never said anything to the manager. Would it have been out of place for my supervisor to have asked why I was left out? GENTLE READER: Yes. Asking why you were left out assumes that the act was intentional. Even if it was, this approach makes an accusation and demands a defense — hardly something you could expect your supervisor, who could not raise the issue in a nonconfrontational way, to do. If, instead, you are asking Miss Manners what you should...
    Rep. Louie Gohmert hit the Twitter trends on Wednesday for asking at a hearing about whether or not the U.S. Forest Service or Bureau of Land Management might be able to move the moon. As one does. Gohmert was speaking to Forest Service Supervisor Jennifer Eberlien when he asked about lunar realignment. “I understand from what’s been testified to, the Forest Service, and BLM, you want very much to work on climate change,” said Gohmert in an audible red flag. “I was informed by the past director of NASA that they have found that the moon’s orbit is changing slightly and so is the Earth’s orbit around the sun, and we know there’s been significant solar flare activity.” “And so is there anything the National Forest Service or BLM can do to change the course of the moon’s orbit or the Earth’s orbit around the sun?” he asked. “Obviously they would have profound effects on our climate.” Here’s the clip, via Forbes. Some people seem to think Gohmert was being snarkastic to illustrate a point about climate change, a...
    A SUPERVISOR praised state troopers who tasered a black man and left him facedown for nine minutes before he died, new video has revealed. Ronald Greene, 49, died after being arrested in Louisiana but a supervisor who arrived at the scene told the troopers they had done a “good job”. 5Ronald Green was detained after a high speed chase in LouisianaCredit: AP 5His family were initially told he died in an accidentCredit: AP State troopers initially reported that Greene committed a traffic violation and then crashed his car into a tree during the chase. But body camera footage released by Louisiana authorities after campaigning by Greene's family shows him beaten while shackled. One video obtained by CNN shows a supervisor is seen arriving at the scene after Greene has been detained though unclear what he knew about the incident. "You all did a good job, you all called it out, did a good job," he says. He asks if the troopers are OK, and one is heard to reply: "Yes sir, just wiping the blood off me." Seven police officers...
    A Long Island town supervisor will not seek re-election when his first term concludes later this year. In a statement released on Friday, Feb. 26, Huntington Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci announced that after deliberation with his friends and family, he will not be running for a second term, also citing the future of the Republican party. “After much deliberation and consideration with my family, friends, and advisers, I have decided not to seek reelection as Huntington Town Supervisor this November," the statement from Lupinacci said. "To be clear, this was my decision and my decision alone made in the best interest of my family, the Town, and the Republican Party." Lupinacci, a Republican from Melville, was elected in 2017 for his first term as supervisor. Prior to that, Lupinacci, 41, worked as a real estate attorney and part-time professor at Farmingdale State College and served on the State Assembly. “While this decision is a difficult one, it is made easier by the fact that in less than one term I have delivered on all of my campaign promises and will...
    More On: racism Event on racism as ‘national security threat’ scheduled by State Department NY Times spikes column that criticized paper’s handling of N-word controversy Paris Opera director accused of bringing American-style ‘cancel culture’ to France Snubbing white, male business owners in COVID relief helps no one A supervisor for a regional transit agency in Oregon allegedly posted TikTok videos mocking women, Asians and people of color. Khris Alexander — a supervisor for Trimet, which runs buses and commuter rail in Portland – ridiculed Asian, black and female bus riders in videos posted to his TikTok account, including one as recently as December, the Williamette Week reported Thursday. In one video reposted to YouTube, a masked Alexander, who is white, appeared to be making fun of a rider’s name while pretending to use a radio to call a dispatcher. “I need to run one by name and date of birth,” he said on the 16-second clip. “Last name Smith: Sam, Mary, Ida, Tom, Henry.” Alexander then intentionally butchered the rider’s first name, harshly pronouncing as “Ja-KWELL-en” before saying “common...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Races for most San Francisco district supervisors appear to be confirmed while at least one remains too close to call, according to the latest election results released Thursday. No winner has been announced in the race for District 1, as it is split by just 87 votes, with Marjan Philhour taking the lead over Connie Chan. District 1 includes the Richmond District and parts of Golden Gate Park. In District 3, incumbent Supervisor Aaron Peskin won with nearly 58 percent of the vote, beating challenger Danny Sauter. On Twitter, Peskin thanked voters in his district, which covers neighborhoods like Chinatown, North Beach, Financial District and Nob Hill. “We ran on a vision for a full recovery from COVID-19, on solutions for homelessness, on affordable housing, and reinvigorating our local economy. It is my privilege to continue this work on your behalf,” he said. Sauter released a statement that read in part, “Though we did not win on Tuesday, our campaign was still full of so many victories. We earned 42 percent of the votes. We...
    Maskless Trump fans got into it with a lone supporter of former Vice President Joe Biden as they all waited for President Donald Trump to cast his vote at a West Palm b each, Florida early voting site, and even blocked his view of the site until an election supervisor intervened. There was a bit of drama Saturday morning when a crowd of spottily-masked Trump supporters — many of whom also showed support for conspiracy theorist and congressional candidate Lara Loomer — gathered to watch Trump’s arrival at the site to cast his vote for president, but had to be pushed back by a site supervisor because they were far too close for the state’s 150-foot rule. At one point, one of them claimed it was the lone supporter of Trump’s opponent among them — a man holding a “Firefighters for Biden/Harris” sign — who “tattled” on them for violating the 150-foot rule by about a hundred feet. As the supervisor was returning to enforce the rule with a tape measure, one of the maskless Trump supporters approached the firefighter and stood directly...
    FRESNO, Calif. -- Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris and Governor Gavin Newsom got a good look at the effects of the Creek Fire Tuesday.Their tour took them to the Red Cross evacuation center at Clovis North, but first they saw the fire damage in person.Charred pine trees, blackened hillsides, and a torched playground served as the backdrop fo Harris and Newsom to talk about the impact of climate change."This is just a fact," said Sen. Harris, gesturing towards the playground. "And we have to do better as a country. We have to understand that California, like so many other parts of our country, is experiencing extreme weather conditions.""The hots are getting hotter," said Gov. Newsom. "The dries are getting drier. Climate change is real. If you don't believe in science, come to California and observe with your own eyes."Firefighters briefed the Democrats about their efforts with more than 2600 people working the fire - but only half as many as they'd usually have for a fire this size because of other big fires around the state.The fire team mentioned their...
    Twitter Danielle Muscato Activist Danielle Muscato was slammed on Twitter on August Eight after she posted a Kroger worker’s photograph and his title on social media. She wrote on Twitter that she was at a Kroger location in Louisville when she observed a lady wasn’t carrying a masks and complained to the supervisor, who she mentioned refused to assist. She then posted her grievance on-line and shared the supervisor’s photograph and title, however the consequence appeared to backfire. Her unique submit reads: I used to be simply threatened w/assault at @kroger in Louisville as a result of I requested one other buyer to put on a masks, and he or she refused. I reported it to a supervisor, who discovered her and talked to her, however refused to do something extra. His title is Andy, and he doesn’t need Twitter to know that. pic.twitter.com/pATepOuSeJ — Danielle Muscato (@DanielleMuscato) August 8, 2020 She mentioned, “I used to be simply threatened w/assault at @kroger in Louisville as a result of I requested one other...
    Jared Wickerham/Getty Pictures Kevin Colbert, Vice President and Common Supervisor of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Earlier this week Patrick Daugherty of Rotoworld compiled an inventory of the NFL’s Finest GMs 2020 and Kevin Colbert, Vice President and Common Supervisor of the Pittsburgh Steelers, was ranked second. Immediately, although, one can quibble with Daugherty’s methodology, as a result of the No. 1 man on his record is Invoice Belichick of the New England Patriots, who isn’t even a basic supervisor. As Daugherty explains: “For the needs of this text, I contemplate the ‘basic supervisor’ to be whomever is believed to have the most important position in shaping the roster, no matter who has the official title.” That’s a reasonably liberal interpretation of “basic supervisor,” and the Patriots’ longtime Director of Participant Personnel, Nick Caserio, may rightly take offense at being completely ignored. Anyway, “all entrance workplace exercise—from gamers and coaches to draft picks and contracts [was] considered” when making the record, notes Daugherty, including that “previous achievements will not be forgotten however latest historical...
    1. A’s O/U wins: 33 ¹/₂ Key participant: RHP Mike Fiers. Bear in mind when he was extra well-known than Dr. Anthony Fauci? The whistleblower within the 2017 Astros sign-stealing scandal now goes again to work — in a free-agent yr, as well — with significantly much less fanfare. Maybe that may make it simpler for him to copy his robust 2019, when he grew to become Oakland’s most dependable beginning pitcher. Participant who’ll must step up: DH Khris Davis grew to become a metronome of manufacturing, exceeding the 40-homer mark from 2016 by 2018 — to not point out the identical precise .247 batting common from ’15 by ’18 — and that earned him some multiyear safety (by 2021) final yr, at which level he plummeted to 23 homers and a lowly .679 OPS. The A’s want extra from him. Identify you’ll get to know: You would possibly already know LHP Jesus Luzardo, as he has been a sizzling shot earlier than — and occupied this exact house final yr — and appeared in six big-league video games...
    President Trump introduced a shakeup in his reelection marketing campaign Wednesday night time, saying in a social media publish that he would demote his marketing campaign supervisor Brad Parscale and substitute him with Invoice Stepien. “I’m happy to announce that Invoice Stepien has been promoted to the function of Trump Marketing campaign Supervisor,” the president introduced in a press release posted to Twitter. Trump mentioned Parscale will stay with the marketing campaign as a senior advisor heading digital and knowledge methods. The president mentioned each Parscale and his successor “have been closely concerned in our historic 2016 win, and I stay up for having a giant and essential second win collectively. “This one must be loads simpler as our ballot numbers are rising quick, the economic system is getting higher, vaccines and therapeutics will quickly be on the way in which, and People need secure streets and communities!” The transfer got here a few month after The Publish reported the president’s advisors have been urging him to exchange Parscale. “Individuals inside his internal circle proceed to query Brad’s capability...
    Their marriage didn’t work out, however that doesn’t imply they’re on dangerous phrases. Kacey Musgraves and Ruston Kelly introduced their break up in the future after the nation songstress filed for divorce. Now, the papers are shedding new mild on the explanations behind their separation. In response to courtroom paperwork obtained by Us Weekly, Musgraves, 31, filed on Thursday, July 2, itemizing their date of separation as the identical day. She cited irreconcilable variations as grounds for the divorce. The papers state that the Grammy winner and Kelly, 31, “nonetheless have love and respect for each other.”Ruston Kelly and Kacey Musgraves. CraSH/imageSPACE/MEGAMusgraves requested that the courtroom not require the singer-songwriter to reply to the grievance since she expects that they’ll independently enter into an settlement to equally divide their property. Kelly’s supervisor was served the papers on his behalf on Monday, July 6, whereas she listed their supervisor’s deal with because the estranged couple’s residence. The musicians revealed their intentions to divorce on Friday, July 3. “With heavy however hopeful hearts we wished to place our personal ideas into the...
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