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Monday, February 20, 2017

Think Bacon's Cheaper In Georgia Than Oakland, CA? Checkout Publix In Fayetteville, GA

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Think Bacon's Cheaper In Georgia Than Oakland, CA? Checkout Publix In Fayetteville, GA Oakland bacon prices gave me sticker shock after shopping here in Georgia for a spell. But then The Publix Fayettville, Georgia market changed all that. The bacon here is around $8 per package just like in San Francisco and Oakland! Wow.
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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Donald Trump Press Conference Was Not How A President Leads The Nation

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Donald Trump Press Conference Was Not How A President Leads The Nation
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Monday, February 13, 2017

Michael Flynn Resigns As National Security Advisor To Donald Trump

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Michael Flynn Resigns As National Security Advisor To Donald Trump
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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Oakland News Online - New Blog About Oakland, California

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Grammys Music Awards Are Today #GRAMMYs

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Grammys Music Awards Are Today #GRAMMYs
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Al Jarreau Passed Away On Grammys Day RIP #GRAMMYs

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Al Jarreau Passed Away On Grammys Day RIP #GRAMMYs. The legend was 76 years old. Mr Jarreau remains the only singer to win a Grammy in three categories: Jazz, R&B, Pop Culture.
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Sheldon Adelson Deputy Blasts Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas NFL Stadium Issue Part 2

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Sheldon Adelson Deputy Blasts Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas NFL Stadium Issue Part 2 Continuing from Part One here: https://youtu.be/C05A5DTr01g
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Sheldon Adelson Deputy Blasts Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas NFL Stadium Issue Part 1

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Sheldon Adelson Deputy Blasts Oakland Raiders In Las Vegas NFL Stadium Issue Part 1 Andy Abboud, Las Vegas Sand Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, told the Adelson-owned Las Vegas Review Journal the details of why the casino billionaire left the Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL Stadium Project. The result is the second public example of the good faith dealing problem the Raiders have and I pointed to with respect to Oakland stadium negotiations and at the Charlotte NFL Spring League Meeting of 2016. In the front page website article, Abboud was direct and revealing in his discussion of the problem with Richard Velotta of the Review Journal. Abboud said that once the Nevada Legislature passed the Senate bill with the $750 million subsidy provision and the hotel tax increase, the Raiders changed and started to make unreasonable requests. But the last straw was the 117-page lease agreement that excluded Adelson and did not serve UNLV or follow what the parties agreed to during the Southern Nevada Tourism and Infrastructure Committee meetings of last year. While Abboud did not outline those details, he went on to say that because of the way the Raiders handled Adelson, they would find negotiations with the Las Vegas Stadium Authority tough sledding. Overall, the article is the latest in a series of bad ones issued by the LVRJ since Adelson backed out, but it's the most damaging by far. It's hard to even think of the Oakland Raiders in Las Vegas after this. Here is a link: http://ift.tt/2kgn9Bn
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Saturday, February 11, 2017

Bob Kraft With Donald Trump New England Patriots Owner With POTUS And Japan PM

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

9th Circuit, Oakland Raiders Badain In Las Vegas, Bauce Man Zennie62 YouTube Live

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9th Circuit Court Of Appeals Rules Against Trump Muslim Travel Ban

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9th Circuit Court Of Appeals Rules Against Trump Muslim Travel Ban
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On Marc Badain Oakland Raiders President Before Las Vegas Stadium Authority

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On Marc Badain Oakland Raiders President Before Las Vegas Stadium Authority
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KellyAnn Conway Donald Trump Aide Promotes Ivanka Trump Products On TV

KellyAnn Conway Donald Trump Aide Promotes Ivanka Trump Products On TV Video

KellyAnn Conway Donald Trump Aide Promotes Ivanka Trump Products On TV Remember Ms Conway is paid with your tax dollars and uses protection from the Secret Service and has an office and her own staff paid for with U.S. tax dollars. She used her platform to promote Ivanka Trump's products that are made overseas and not in America. Oh and she is Donald Trump's daughter and he is The President Of The United States. Obama would never have allowed this.
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Jeff Sessions Gets Joe Manchin Democrat Vote In AG Confirmation

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Jeff Sessions Gets Joe Manchin Democrat Vote In AG Confirmation Senator Joe Manchin represents West Virginia
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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Steve Sarkisian Falcons New Offensive Coordinator Good For Atlanta

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Steve Sarkisian Falcons New Offensive Coordinator Good For Atlanta
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YouTube Live Mobile App Awesome, Thanks Susan Wojcicki CEO

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YouTube Live Mobile App Awesome, Thanks Susan Wojcicki CEO
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Elizabeth Warren Blasts Donald Trump And Jeff Sessions

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Elizabeth Warren Blasts Donald Trump And Jeff Sessions
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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

YouTube Live Zennie62 Channel Sunday-Thursday 9PM PST - 12AM EST

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Richard Hatch, Oakland Raiders, YouTube Live 2

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On Richard Hatch, Oakland Raiders, #9thCircuit YouTube Live

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Super Bowl 51 Replay: Pats James White's Knee Touched Before Ball Hit Goal Line

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Super Bowl 51 Replay: Pats James White's Knee Touched Before Ball Hit Goal Line
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Monday, February 6, 2017

Tom Brady New England Patriots Super Bowl 51 Win Was About Redemption #SB51

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Tom Brady New England Patriots Super Bowl 51 Win Was About Redemption #SB51
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Kyle Shanahan Play Call Error Keys Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl 51 Loss

Kyle Shanahan Play Call Error Keys Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl 51 Loss Video

Kyle Shanahan Play Call Error Keys Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl 51 Loss Kyle Shanahan, Atlanta Falcons Offensive Coordinator and new San Francisco 49ers Head Coach, is to blame for the bad call that keyed the New England Patriots comeback win. It was Falcons 28, Patriots 12 in the 3rd Quarter. Atlanta faced a 3rd down and just over one yard to go on the Falcons 35 yard line. The normal call when the offense has the ball on its own side of the field is a running play. You don't want to risk an interception and in most instances your runners can pick up the one yard. That was especially true for The Falcons. Devonte Freeman, the leading rusher, was averaging almost one first down every time he ran the ball to that point in the game. Plus. New England had not been able to consistently stop the off tackle run. But with all that, the Falcons went to a five step drop pass. The Pats blitzed, Freeman (probably wondering why they did not let him run it) missed the blitzer. Ryan was slammed just before his arm moved forward, the ball came out, and New England recovered it. The Pats got the momentum and went on to score and finish the greatest comeback in Super Bowl History. If Kyle ran it, with Freeman, they would have had the first down. Indeed, if Shanahan had elected to make Freeman the MVP, the Falcons would have won. But he did not, and so they lost.
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Sunday, February 5, 2017

Roger Goodell Gives Bob Kraft Super Bowl 51 Vince Lombardi Trophy #SB51

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Roger Goodell Gives Bob Kraft Super Bowl 51 Vince Lombardi Trophy #SB51
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Patriots Score 34-28 Final Overtime To Win Super Bowl 51 #SB51

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Patriots Score 34-28 Final Overtime To Win Super Bowl 51 #SB51
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Patriots Score 2 - Falcons 28 Pats 20 4th Q 5:56 Super Bowl 51 #SB51

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Patriots Score 2 - Falcons 28 Pats 20 4th Q 5:56 Super Bowl 51 #SB51
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Matt Ryan To Tevin Coleman Falcons 28, Patriots 3 Super Bowl 51 #SB51 #SuperBowl

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Matt Ryan To Tevin Coleman Falcons 28, Patriots 3 Super Bowl 51 #SB51 #SuperBowl
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Super Bowl 51 Halftime Falcons 21 Patriots 3 Recap #SB51 #SuperBowl

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Super Bowl 51 Halftime Falcons 21 Patriots 3 Recap #SB51 #SuperBowl
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Falcons Pick Six Tom Brady Robert Alford Super Bowl 51 TD #SB51

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Falcons Score Again Super Bowl 51 Matt Ryan Pass To Austin Hooper TD #SB51 #SuperBowl

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Falcons Score Again Super Bowl 51 Matt Ryan Pass To Austin Hooper TD #SB51 #SuperBowl
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Falcons Score First Super Bowl 51 Devonte Freeman 5yd TD #SB51 #SuperBowl

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Falcons Score First Super Bowl 51 Devonte Freeman 5yd TD #SB51 #SuperBowl
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Super Bowl 51 NFL Celebrates HOF Black College Players HBCUs #SB51

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Super Bowl 51 NFL Celebrates HOF Black College Players HBCUs #SB51
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Super Bowl 51 NFL Tops Search Twitter Trends #SB51 #Superbowl

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Super Bowl 51 NFL Tops Search Twitter Trends #SB51 #Superbowl
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Super Bowl Sunday Turkish Airlines Sponsors Fox Telecast #SB51

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Super Bowl Sunday Turkish Airlines Sponsors Fox Telecast #SB51 Is Turkish Airlines the first foreign airline to sponsor a Super Bowl broadcast?
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Friday, February 3, 2017

Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Note: Sheldon Adelson's Father Told Him Never Lie About Anything

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Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Note: Sheldon Adelson's Father Told Him Never Lie About Anything
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Milo Yiannopoulos UC Berkeley White Supremacist Speech Stopped By Protestors

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Milo Yiannopoulos UC Berkeley White Supremacist Speech Stopped By Protestors
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Thursday, February 2, 2017

NFL's Roger Goodell Back In Lott Group Oakland Raiders New Stadium Negotiations #SB51

NFL's Roger Goodell Back In Lott Group Oakland Raiders New Stadium Negotiations #SB51 Video

NFL's Roger Goodell Back In Lott Group Oakland Raiders New Stadium Negotiations #SB51 Roger Goodell, The NFL Commissioner, is back involved in negotiations with The Lott Group / Fortress Investments and on building a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders in Oakland. As Goodell is an on-the-record advocate of keeping the Raiders in Oakland, the news that he's back and directly involved in talks with Ronnie Lott is big news. Previously, Eric Grubman, NFL Executive Vice President of Business Affairs, and the acknowledged league new stadium point person, had taken the lead in talks with Mr. Lott and his people. On December 13th, and after a meeting with The Lott Group, Mr. Grubman compared the then-just-released “term sheet” to the 2015 new stadium deal structure fashioned by Floyd Kephart. That deal proposal was so unloved by the City of Oakland, the NFL, and the Raiders, that Mr. Kephart's full name has become something of a pejorative in the history of the Raiders quest for a new stadium in Oakland. After that bombshell, a number of calls and meetings have taken place, but I am told that after the revelation that Goldman Sachs is out of the Las Vegas Oakland Raiders deal, joining Sheldon Adelson, Goodell is reportedly seeking to help move the Oakland situation along on a positive track. I am also told that The Lott Group will present a new, and more detailed, term sheet. Stay tuned.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger Tells Donald Trump To Step Down From POTUS

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Tells Donald Trump To Step Down From POTUS
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Roger Goodell Mutes NFL Las Vegas Oakland Raiders Talk At SB51 Press Conference #SB51

Roger Goodell Mutes NFL Las Vegas Oakland Raiders Talk At SB51 Press Conference #SB51 Video

Roger Goodell Mutes NFL Las Vegas Oakland Raiders Talk At SB51 Press Conference #SB51 Roger Goodell did not say Las Vegas was “viable” for the Oakland Raiders, contrary to NFL Network reports. (Media's using that term like crack) In his Wednesday “State of The NFL” Press Conference, the NFL Commissioner said that “we hadn’t made a determination about Las Vegas as an NFL market.” In fact, here's the full transcript of what Commissioner Goodell said related to the Oakland Raiders and Las Vegas on Wednesday: Q The Raiders started the approval process to move to Las Vegas, though the latest news seems to put that situation in peril.  Is the NFL confident that Las Vegas remains a viable location for the Raiders? And after decades of avoiding or opposing gambling, do the owners and league officials believe that legalized gambling and the NFL can coexist? A “In your first question, we hadn’t made a determination about Las Vegas as an NFL market  That’s part of the relocation process. The Raiders submitted an application.  It’s one that we’re considering carefully, but there is a great deal of work to be done and there are several elements of that. Financing of the stadium is just one.  Obviously, the stadium project itself, the depth of the market, all of those are things that we’ve studied over the last several months, but that will increase in intensity over the next month or so as we move forward in that process. A second, as it relates to whether gambling can coexist with the NFL. In fact, it does. It’s happening today. It’s sponsored by governments, It exists throughout our world. What we have always said is we need to make sure that there’s a fine line between team-sports gambling and the NFL. We want to protect the integrity of our game, and that’s the line we will always do.” Q For the past 20 years, I've asked the question, ‘When will Los Angeles be getting an NFL team?’ And now, I'm tempted to ask, ‘When will Los Angeles stop getting NFL teams?’ Just following on Barry’s question, though, you detailed the process in the coming weeks about evaluating the Las Vegas market.  Are you confident that you can complete that evaluation in time for the vote in the March meetings, and I’d also ask, if Las Vegas were to fall through, could San Diego be the viable option for the Raiders? A “Well, a couple things. One, we are confident that our process is thorough, that it will examine all of the issues that need to be examined to make the best possible decision from the ownership. If for some reason, we can’t complete that by March, we’ll deal with that, but the ultimate objective here is to the make the right decision. I’ve said it many times before, relocations are painful, and you want to be intelligent, you want to be thorough and you want to make sure that we do it with a great deal of sensitivity.  We want to make sure that we’re doing what’s in the best, long-term interest of the NFL. So, we will see on timing, but we have been working on this over the last couple months, analyzing this, but we have now more information, and we’ll have to get more information to go forward. The second part of your question, just so I’m clear? (Reporter: San Diego.) San Diego.  Listen, and I’ve made this clear before, we were disappointed to have to leave San Diego. We couldn’t get a stadium done.  As you know, we had a referendum just last November that did not pass by the voters, and I think for any team to relocate to San Diego at this point in time, we’re going to have to find a solution to that stadium problem, one that we couldn’t do after probably 15 years of effort.  That doesn’t mean it can’t happen in the future. In fact, there is a history of markets that get these projects done once a team leaves. That’s unfortunate, because I think it’s a painful way to do it, but this is something that we obviously would work toward, but we’re moving forward at this point.” Q You recently said on a national radio show that if the Raiders move was approved by owners, you would not compromise any of the League’s values.  Were you referencing gambling and would you or the ownership be opposed to a casino having partial or full ownership either in a team or a stadium? A “We’ve always said we are going to maintain the integrity of our game by making sure there is a separation between sports, gambling and the NFL.  That is something we think is imperative for us.  We want our fans to know the game they are seeing unfold on the field does not have any undue influence.  We recognize gambling occurs out in marketplaces.  I said that in the first answer.  But this is something from our standpoint we have rules that are in place.  The Raiders have not asked for us to compromise those rules as it relates to our policies.  We will continue to have that separation going forward.  I don’t see an ownership position in a team from a casino.  That is not something consistent with our policies.  Not likely a stadium either.”
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Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal Wreckage Leaves Nevada Fighting Over Stadium Subsidy #SBLI

Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal Wreckage Leaves Nevada Fighting Over Stadium Subsidy #SBLI Video

Oakland Raiders Las Vegas Deal Wreckage Leaves Nevada Fighting Over NFL Stadium Subsidy #SBXLI The Sheldon Adelson-led effort to relocate the Oakland Raiders from Oaktown to Las Vegas is dead. Adelson, upset with what he saw as an attempt to double-cross him on the part of the Silver and Black's owner and management, said in a statement that he would not negotiate with the NFL team, anymore. Now, after Adelson's bomb was dropped, some Nevada politicians are already fighting over the reuse $750 million stadium subsidy. While some looked as Adelson's decision as leaving an opportunity for The Raiders, those who know Nevada politics and have watched this story unfold over the last year, know that Sheldon Adelson did the following: 1) Paid into the campaigns of a giant number of Nevada elected officials those running to challenge them 2) Financed the development of many of the studies associated with the Raiders stadium project. 3) Hired an army of lobbyists to make deals with member of the Nevada Legislature, all to the objective of gaining passage of Senate Bill 1, which contains a hotel-tax increase that was to be used for the Raiders stadium construction. 4) Used his news organization, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, to write a large number of reports favorable to the NFL Raiders stadium project. Now, in the wake of Adelson's departure, and his scorched-earth way of doing it, and the news Goldman Sachs let leak that it would not help the Raiders finance the stadium project (contrary to news that the investment banking firm was going to do that), comes the Las Vegas Review-Journal releasing an article with this title: “Goldman Sachs financing in jeopardy after Adelson exit from Raiders stadium plan”. Think about it. That's Sheldon Adelson's newspaper and news website telling everyone that, as one of Goldman Sachs largest clients, his pulling the plug on the Raiders Stadium Deal means the giant investment banker waves good-bye, too. And while the article was careful to say that Adelson didn't tell Goldman Sachs to back out, the article was a giant hint at what he wanted the firm to do, just by using the language “Adelson has a long-time relationship with Goldman Sachs”. Get it? And the Las Vegas Sun was even more willing to un-bundle the Raiders stadium subsidy, with this headline: “If NFL passes on Las Vegas, earmarked money could help build stadium for UNLV”. Several members of the Las Vegas and Nevada political community have told me that once the new Nevada Legislature meets for the new year on February 6th, there will be efforts to use that hotel tax money for basic needs, from education and health care, to minority contracting (as is new Nevada Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford's desire), and UNLV. “There are many who are concerned that UNLV had to come up with $200 million, as the legislation was written,” one Nevada elected official told me on the condition that their name not be used. “There may be a push to change that come next session,” the official said. And while the Raiders claim they can get the financing for a new stadium in Las Vegas, given the number of people in Nevada who do business with Sheldon Adelson, including the labor unions who gave their time to call legislators and made special deals with Adelson's Las Vegas Sands organization, it is pure folly to believe they're all going to stand with Raiders Owner Mark Davis in the wake of Adelson's departure. Moreover, when the Nevada Legislature meets in February, Democrats will be in power over Republicans. In November, Democrats regained their majority control in the Legislature. In the Nevada Senate, Dems have a 27 to 15 advantage. In the Nevada Assembly, Dems have a thin 11 to 10 edge, but it's enough to put them in charge: Rep Jason Frierson becomes Nevada's first African-American Speaker Of The House. That sets up a Democratic v Republican battle for the Raiders Stadium subsidy. Majority Leader Ford wants to use the money for infrastructure funding proposal if the Raiders themselves punt from their stadium effort. Senator Minority Leader Michael Roberson, however, did not want to call it a day for the Raiders, saying “I would advise that we continue to see this process of obtaining an NFL team through to a successful conclusion rather than proposing seemingly random ideas to start spending room tax money that we currently don’t have and without the consensus of support from our tourism industry.” But now that the Republicans, who had the majority in the Nevada Legislature when Adelson engineered his votes, are in the minority, their power to see this through has been severely curtailed. Meanwhile, there is a stadium financing plan in Oakland, home of The Raiders. Stay tuned.
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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Police Officer Points Rifle At UC Berkeley Protestors

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