May 8, 2019

*WATCH: Kids In Philadelphia Muslim Society: ‘We Will Chop Off Their Heads’ For Allah:

Shocking footage of children in a Philadelphia Islamic center has emerged that shows them saying that they would “chop off…heads” for Allah. “The Muslim American Society (MAS)Islamic Center in Philadelphia posted the video to its Facebookpage celebrating ‘Ummah Day‘ in which young children wearing Palestinian scarves sang and read poetry about killing for Allah and the mosque in Jerusalem,” Fox News reported. “One girl talks about martyrs sacrificing their lives without hesitation to conquer Jerusalem.”

“We will defend the land of divine guidance with our bodies, and we will sacrifice our souls without hesitation,” another girl says. “We will chop off their heads, and we will liberate the sorrowful and exalted Al-Aqsa Mosque. We will lead the army of Allah fulfilling His promise, and we will subject them to eternal torture.”

In a statement to Fox News, MEMRI wrote: “These are not isolated incidents; they are happening in major centers of the country – including in Pennsylvania.” Fox News added that MAS did not respond to a request for comment about the video.


The video sparked reaction online from some in the Muslim community, including Imam Mohamad Tawhidi, who tweeted: “We warn the West from what we fled from in the Middle East, but the West doesn’t want to listen. This is your next generation.”

 *’This Stings!’ How Obama saw Trump’s Victory as a ‘Personal Insult,’ Watched the Movie Dr. Strange to Distract Himself from Election:

Barack Obama admitted ‘this stings’ after the 2016 election result and spent the night watching the movie Dr Strange to try and distract himself, a new book claims. The former president went from being confident that Hillary Clinton would beat Donald Trump to seeing it as a ‘personal insult’ that she lost. Obama could not believe the American people had ‘turned on him’ for a man he had written off as a ‘cartoon’. As the dust settled Obama told his family that ‘this hurts’ and blamed Clinton who ‘brought many of her troubles on herself’ and ran a ‘scripted, soulless campaign’.

The eye-popping details are in the new edition of ‘Obama: The Call Of History‘ by New York Times chief White Housecorrespondent Peter Baker. The book was originally released in July 2017 but has been updated with extensive new reporting throughout Obama’s time in office – and the run through of election day is electrifying.

 *Hollywood Power Lawyer Bryan 
Freedman Slams HBO:

Bryan Freedman, an attorney for the Michael Jackson estate, said in response that HBO is “afraid to have this matter adjudicated because it will expose the falsity of the documentary.”

“The Jackson Estate wants an arbitration open to the public for all to see,” Freedman continued. “If HBO thinks the contract does not apply or is expired then why are they opposing adjudicating it? The reason why is because they know they were complicit in this one-sided farce of a money grab that clearly violates the agreement.”

“Now they are trying to delay the inevitable beating that they will suffer when this matter is adjudicated. It won’t work. Stay tuned because at least we are offering them a chance to tell their side of the story unlike they did in the creation of the one-sided fiction intended to disparage Michael Jackson. Let this be a warning to all talent that HBO will disregard the truth and distribute fictitious one-sided content in violation of the artists’ rights it promised to protect. Make no mistake, HBO will be held responsible for its reprehensible conduct.”

 *San Francisco Will Spend More Than $70 Million This Year Just To
Clean Up Poop:

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the city has spent more than $70 million cleaning feces and drug paraphernalia from streets and sidewalks this fiscal year, but it’s nowhere near what is needed to make San Francisco‘s streets safe for pedestrians. The city says crews are operating constantly, trying to get the “poop problem” that plagues San Francisco’s streets under control, but even as the city finds new and innovative ways for residents to report and avoid piles of feces on public sidewalks, the poop problem, they say, keeps growing.

The Daily Wire‘s Hank Berrien reported recently that a “poop map” of San Francisco’s dirty deposits shows a city under siege from feces. The interactive map of the San Francisco area shows all 118,352 incidents of public poop since 2011 and demonstrates the sharp increase in poop-related incidents that San Francisco has suffered over the last eight years.

No neighborhood is spared; although the “Tenderloin” district is the worst for sidewalk feces, posh areas like Nob Hill had their fair share of reports as well. Now, the Chronicle reports, San Francisco is facing a unique development in the feces problem: homelessness appears to be abating and the tent cities responsible for most of the filth seem to be thinning out, thanks to new city efforts at housing at-risk populations in public buildings. “Tent camps” have shrunk by at least 10%.

*Anjelica Huston tears into Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro:

Anjelica Huston managed to diss Diane KeatonRobert De Niro and even Oprah Winfrey in a new interview with New York Magazine. “The Addams Family” star said that these days she’s only interested in films “that aren’t apologetically humble or humiliating, like ‘Band of cheerleaders gets back together for one last hurrah.’ ” (That’s the plot of Keaton’s “band of cheerleaders” movie “Poms,” which opens next week.) Meanwhile, the legendary actress and Hollywood royal mused that older actors, such as De Niro, do lesser films for the dough.

“Although, how big can this nut be?” she wondered of De Niro. “I guess he has maybe a couple of ex-wives, right? Not many, but what does this fellow spend his money on? He’s got Nobu. He’s got the Tribeca Film Festival — he’s not spending the film money on that.” She added, “I don’t want to see Jack [Nicholson] doing ‘Meet the Fockers.’ ” Al Pacino, she quipped, “does some schlock,” but he’s “ more experimental.”
Of Winfrey, Huston revealed: “She never had me on her show, ever. She won’t talk to me.”


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The Beatles play for 18 people in The Aldershot Club, December, 1961. They were to become superstars in one and a half year.


Welcome to Episode #1 of the revealing TV show “Without Notes” with Judith Regan, an American editor, book publisher, and producer – Episode 1: The Early Years:


Jeff Maxwell and Ryan Patrick cut deep into the bowels of the iconic CBS Mega-hit, M*A*S*H. Nine years in the role of Private Igor, the beleaguered cook at the 4077, Maxwell provides behind-the-scenes tidbits as only a cast member can. Patrick, an Illinois radio personality and marketing genius, offers the squishy, emotional component available only from a life-long, devoted fan. Along with the hosts’ perspectives, M*A*S*H writers, producers, cast members, and even listeners drop in as featured guests to share their unique experiences and opinions. 

Enlist today and explore with Jeff and Ryan why M*A*S*H did, does, and continues to matter in 2019. That’s an order!

“OMG…never heard the MASH Matters podcast before. So much insight, backstage stories. I sat at my desk for an hour glued to my laptop.” —Lee Heft
“The combination of Ryan’s knowledge of the show and the inside first-hand experiences of Jeff; not to mention his great sense of humor, make for a perfect combination. Keep up the great work!” –“Muggs
“Awesome!!! So glad to hear ‘Nurse Kellye’ say that she is officially in remission. Love her giggle. Great show, thank you!” —Lori Petruno Gorski
“I’m only halfway through the podcast, and I’m just loving it. What a delight!” —Stan Peal
“I recommend this podcast for anyone who even remotely likes M*A*S*H. Insightful, informative and FUN!” —John Hunt


Kimlin Johnson, Acclaimed Author & Civil Rights Activist, is Named as One of 50 Phenomenal Black Women in the Field of STEM

Acclaimed author of “Authenticity, Accountability & Ambitions: Speaking the Truth Through a Black Woman’s Eyes (AAA),” and Civil Rights activist, Kimlin Charise Johnson was recently named as one of 50 Phenomenal Black Women in the Field of STEM. The award is being given to Kimlin by the Los Angeles Council of Black Professional Engineers (LACBPE) on May 10, 2019 at their 50 year awards and scholarship banquet (

Kimlin Johnson has been a project engineer at the Los Angeles County Sanitation District ( in Environmental Engineering for over 23 years. In 2017, she started her own non-profit called the B-RELYT Organization( to help undeserved youth go into the STEM field. In 2018, Kimlin published her first book, entitled “Authenticity, Accountability & Ambitions (AAA),” with the ultimate goal of making America better. All of this was done while still working full-time at the LACSD, having a husband and two children.

“One of my engineering mentors, Monique Hunter, nominated me for this honor,” explains Johnson, “Being a Black female engineer in the industry, each honoree shares similar struggles with different journeys,” states Johnson.” “I’m so honored and elated to be receiving this award. I hope that I can inspire others to chase their dreams and goals. Nothing’s impossible.”


Power entertainment attorney Skip Brittenham along with 12 members of the White House staff, 3 Nobel Prize winners, over 100 Academy Award winners, 6 U.S. Senators, and over 300 Grammy Award winners.