the news week in review
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News of the pregnancy of Palin’s teenage daughter Bristol led to a shotgun engagement to Levi Johnston, which was arranged in time for the Republican National Convention. Us Weekly featured Palin on the cover, with the provocative title, “Babies, Lies, and Scandal.” Maureen Dowd compared Palin to Eliza Doolittle of My Fair Lady fame, in getting prepped for her first off script television interview. Could there be any more direct allusion to her questionable class origins? The Palin melodrama led one journalist to associate the Alaska clan with the plot of a Lifetime television feature.
But police initially named a weapon that would be legal under California law, only later clarifying that he used a military style rifle that he purchased in Nevada but could not legally bring into California under the state assault weapons ban, which is among the nation toughest. “Less than 24 hours after we hit our 4th qualifying poll for the fall debates, the DNC has revoked our 2nd qualifying poll. The retirees were arrested in December, after their cruise ship docked in Lisbon, Portugal, and police officers said they found found 20 pounds of cocaine hidden in secret compartments in their luggage.
Garchar spent four days in the hospital and now has a set of screws to help his leg heal. Part of his shin was shattered by the bullet and his tibia was also broken. He now uses a wheelchair to get around, but in a few weeks doctors think they are going to get him in a cast or a boot.
Later on St. Patrick Day we held the funeral Mass for Father Seamus Genovese. There was a very impressive turnout of parishioners and friends, as well as diocesan priests. Roly Owers, Chief Executive of World Horse Welfare, told MailOnline: ‘This video enraged me. The violent abuse inflicted on this horse is utterly outrageous and unacceptable.’To call it a training method is farcical.’For a horse to succeed in riding and sport, they must learn to trust their rider. This horse will see only the worst in humanity; what a disgusting example from a country with such a rich equine heritage.’Liane Presham, welfare manager for The Horse Trust, added: ‘We know that punishment is not an effective way of training horses as the horse may become fearful and associate that fear response with everything in its environment at the time, including people.’Fear responses are learnt powerfully, even after just one repetition, and any training method that creates a fearful response should be avoided at all costs.Welfare worker Judith Murray Munro, from Perthshire in Scotland, is one of the animal lovers inspired to protest the cruelty.’I was completely outraged and sickened when I saw the video.