Brandon revealed in a December interview (pictured) that he believes Lori's alleged cult ties were linked to the disappearance of her children and the three deaths, as well as an attempt on his own life last fall … [Read more...] about ‘Cult’ mom Lori Vallow’s niece ‘knows where her aunt’s missing children are but is refusing to cooperate with cops’, ex-husband says
The pair made their first appearance together in December 2018 on a podcast for Preparing a People, a group which, according to its website, organizes conferences and lectures for those who 'look forward to the rapidly coming changes to our current Telestial way of life, and rejoice in the hope of a far better world to soon come!' … [Read more...] about Doorbell camera footage shows ‘cult’ mom Lori Vallow’s missing seven-year-old son JJ playing with a friend outside his house just days before he vanished in September
Mexico City, with 9 million people within the city proper and 21 million in the metro region, is a giant global capital, worthy of the giant global state of California. Set in a large elevated valley, its landscape and weather feel more Californian than that swamp alongside the Potomac ever could. Mexico City would also be a practical improvement as California’s national capital. It’s hundreds of miles closer to California, and its major cities, than D.C.; a flight from LAX to Benito Juárez International Airport is an hour shorter than a flight to Dulles. … [Read more...] about Mexico City should be California’s capital
Occasionally Billy would come home when he was very sick. Frank would give him chores and such, keep him fed and sheltered. But once Billy felt better, he’d be off again. After losing other children to alcohol-related deaths, Frank admits that when he got a phone call, a little part of him expected it’d be Billy found dead from exposure. … [Read more...] about Sisseton man, father strengthen bond in sobriety
So, why are traders feeling so confident? The bulls argue that earnings have reached an inflection point — while earnings declined year-over-year in the second quarter, the decline was smaller than that of the first quarter. What’s more, the S&P’s earnings woes have been driven by aberrantly low oil prices that have bedeviled energy companies. Bulls believe oil will recover in the final quarter of this year and the sunny reality of the broader market will reveal itself: Strip out the energy companies from the S&P, and the market actually saw a 1.8 percent rise in earnings during the second quarter. … [Read more...] about The Stock Market Is Quiet. Too Quiet.