The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for September 14th, 2016…

  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 8:20 AM – AL.com’s Cameron Smith
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 10:00 AM – Top Ten Tweets at 10
  • 10:30 AM – Stacy George

Did Bentley break the law?

It does not appear so, it’s just insanely unethical.


The AG has anniounced illgal behavior will be ignored IF the locals are cool with it…

No one is doing anything about these illegal slot machines except print stories about how many people are going and how great it is.

For some, the law doesn’t matter…


Preggo jailed for continuing to do heroin, after having one heroin baby…

Reminder, the media thinks this is outrageous!

Chemical Endangerment in Alabama at a glance


Imagine that, Trump’s childcare plan apparently isn’t good enough, benefits the rich and Hillary’s is better.

Trump’s plan allows for a federal income tax deduction of childcare expenses for up to four children and elderly dependents. It is capped at the average cost of care in the state and is available in single-income households making up to $250,000 and $500,000 in joint-income households. Further, it guarantees six weeks of paid maternity leave, paid out of the unemployment insurance fund, to women whose companies don’t provide the benefit.

You will not out freebie her

Now that both candidates have proposals, it’s worth comparing the two.

Paid Family Leave

Trump: Trump doesn’t offer leave for fathers, but his maternity leave plan would guarantee six weeks of paid maternity leave in the form of unemployment insurance, which is capped at a percentage of income in many states.

Clinton: Clinton’s plan guarantees 12 weeks of paid family leave – for mothers and fathers with at least two-thirds of their salary. It would be paid for by raising taxes on the wealthy.

Cost of Child Care

Trump: Working parents – and parents who stay home to care for children – can deduct the costs on their taxes via the Earned Income Tax Credit. The campaign estimates that middle class families could receive a $1,200 tax break.

Trump also proposes a Dependent Care Savings Account that allow the accumulation of funds and are tax deductible and appreciate tax free. Dependent care accounts already exist but must be used by the end of the year and only available through an employer.

Clinton: She wants to cap child care costs at ten percent of a family’s income. To do that, she’d rely on tax cuts or state block grants for the government to subsidize costs exceeding ten percent.


Why do you think this guy did this?

A man was arrested and faces three counts of attempted first-degree murder after trying to run over three Phoenix police officers early Tuesday morning.

“Our Phoenix police officers were targeted,” Phoenix police chief Joe Yahner said in a news conference.

According to Yahner, the officers had stopped at the QuikTrip near Camelback Road and Interstate 17 to meet after finishing a call.

The officers included a 41-year-old sergeant  with 18 years of experience and a 33-year-old officer who had just graduated from the police academy. It was the younger officer’s first night on the job, according to Yahner.

The three were standing directly in front of the door to the QT when a driver pulled into the parking lot.

Yahner initially refused to release the driver’s name but he was later identified as 44-year-old Marc LaQuon Payne.

Who do you think he supports for President?

If this guy supported Trump, that would be a headline.

EXAMPLE:

Protester With Oxygen Tank Allegedly ‘Cold-Cocked’ By Trump Supporter


This is how you talk about pneumonia guys…


Colin Powell’s e-mail was released, he had some pretty nasty trhings to say about Trump and Clinton. Which one do you think matters to the media most?

But there is more

“On HD tv she doesn’t look good,” Powell, who is believed to have had around 30,000 emails hacked, wrote on March 14. “She is working herself to death… She will turn 70 her first year in office.”

In response, Leeds recalled a conversation with Rhode Island Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse regarding Clinton’s difficulty in traversing a set of steps.

“Sheldon Whitehouse, who is a huge Clinton supporter, said they were both giving speeches at the same event a few months back and she could barely climb the podium steps,” Leeds wrote.

The back and forth will undoubtedly increase skepticism among American voters already worried over Clinton’s increasingly public health issues.

CBS News attempts to cover for Bill Clinton…


POLLING. BLOOD. BATH. SNAPSHOT.

Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton LA Times/USC Tracking Clinton 42, Trump 47 Trump +5
Ohio: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Bloomberg Trump 44, Clinton 39, Johnson 10, Stein 3 Trump +5
Ohio: Trump vs. Clinton Bloomberg Clinton 43, Trump 48 Trump +5
Maine: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Boston Globe/SurveyUSA Clinton 42, Trump 39, Johnson 9, Stein 5 Clinton +3
Maine CD2: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Boston Globe Trump 47, Clinton 37, Johnson 8, Stein 5 Trump +10
Kansas: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein KSN News/SurveyUSA Trump 48, Clinton 36, Johnson 8, Stein 2 Trump +12
Kansas Senate – Moran vs. Wiesner KSN News/SurveyUSA* Moran 50, Wiesner 34 Moran +16
Maine 2nd District – Poliquin vs. Cain Boston Globe Poliquin 50, Cain 45 Poliquin +5
Maine 1st District – Holbrook vs. Pingree Boston Globe Pingree 57, Holbrook 37 Pingree +20

 

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