The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for December 16th, 2016…

  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 8:20 AM – State Senaator Arthur Orr
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:55 AM – “What in the World?” with WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood
  • 10:00 AM – Top 10 Tweets at Ten



 

They tried to get in to the RNC servers and failed

Russian hackers tried to penetrate the computer networks of the Republican National Committee, using the same techniques that allowed them to infiltrate its Democratic counterpart, according to U.S. officials who have been briefed on the attempted intrusion.

But the intruders failed to get past security defenses on the RNC’s computer networks, the officials said. And people close to the investigation said it indicated a less aggressive and much less persistent effort by Russian intelligence to hack the Republican group than the Democratic National Committee. Only a single email account linked to a long-departed RNC staffer was targeted.

The disclosures came as a political furor grows over suspected Russian hacking of U.S. political organizations. The Central Intelligence Agency has concluded that Russian hackers, whom analysts say work for that country’s military and intelligence apparatus, stole emails from the DNC, as well as another Democratic organization and the chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, to harm her candidacy and boost Republican Donald Trump’s chances of winning. Russia has denied the allegations.


Huntsville School Board members have no idea what’s going on in the schools…


Steal a gameplan, go to jail…


Bentley won’t release documents in ongoing investigation to the media… No kidding.

Gov. Robert Bentley’s office is not releasing a set of documents it turned over to an impeachment committee.

A spokeswoman for Bentley said Thursday that the materials “will not be made public at this time.” Several news organizations had requested copies of the material given to the House Judiciary Committee.

The governor’s office cited a November letter from Attorney General Luther Strange asking the committee to suspend proceedings while his office pursued related work. The governor’s office also cited an Alabama Supreme Court decision on what constitutes a public record.

Twenty-three lawmakers signed impeachment articles against Bentley after he was accused of having an affair with a top staffer. The governor has admitted to inappropriate remarks and behavior but said he did not have sexual affair.


This was embarrassing display of what anti-Trump journalism has become…


Political ccorrectnessss stupidity is everywhere…

Best line?

Fantuzzi offered his resignation on Thursday after the incident and pleaded for forgiveness. “I have wife, daughters and granddaughters,” he tweeted. “The intention was never to generate violence against women.”

Really? Someone will see this and say, “Beat up women? That’s better than what I was going to do today!”

The exporters’ association, Asexma, will meet on Friday to discuss his fate, the association said.
Michelle Bachelet, the country’s first female President, also slammed the gift and chastised the two men for their disrespect for women.
“The fight for women’s respect has been an essential principle for my government,” she said in a tweet. “What happened in the Asexma dinner cannot be tolerated.”
Meanwhile, Twitter blew up in disappointment with the tone-deaf offering.
One person tweeted, “The rampant machismo of the Chilean businessmen hurts society, endorses the objectification of women and thus violence.” In a survey conducted in 2015, 96% of Chilean women said Chile is a macho country; 80% of men believed so. Almost half the respondents said they had discriminated against a woman in the past.

Nah…


Birther-ism returns…


Might want to pump the breaks on this joyful news, anti-birthers…

37 days.

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