LBN – Monday, June 4, 2018

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*In Britain, poll indicates, 23% ‘unwilling’ to have a Jew in the family:

Nearly a quarter of British respondents to a poll on attitudes to minorities in Western Europe said they would be unwilling to accept Jews as family members.  The Pew Research Center’s report titled “Being Christian in Western Europe” was publishedWednesday and contains results from interviews with more than 24,000 randomly selected adults in 15 countries. In the United Kingdom, 23 percent of 1,841 respondents interviewed said “no” when asked “Would you be willing to accept Jews as members of your family?” It was the second-highest highest proportion of naysayers, directly after Italy’s 25 percent. The poll has a margin of error of up to 3 percent.

*Trump to host Ramadan dinner:

President Donald Trump will host an iftar dinner at the White House next week to recognize the Muslim holy month ofRamadan, according to a White House official, a departure from last year’s decision not to host the traditional post-sundown meal. The iftar dinner is scheduled for Wednesday. The White House official declined to provide a list of attendees. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn to sunset and they break the fast with a meal known as an iftar.

*What’s Up with Johnny Depp?:

Photographs of Johnny Depp posing with fans in Russia over the last week have sparked fears among some that the actor is ‘ill’. Depp, 54, happily posed for two photographs with female fans before setting off for a performance with his band, The Hollywood Vampires. The photographs were taken at the Four Seasons hotel in St. Petersburg. The band performed in the cityon Wednesday night after playing in Moscow two nights earlier. The women shared them excitedly on social media afterwards but, among comments from other fans who told them how lucky they were to have met their idol, were concerns over Depp’s appearance.

*Report: ATF Routinely Lets Gun Dealers Who Fail Inspections Slide:

Senior officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have routinely overlooked reports of violations and let gun dealers in breach of gun laws keep their licenses,The New York Times reports. Several current and former law enforcement officials told the Times inspectors often discover and report back on serious violations only to have ATF officials overrule their recommendations and let gun dealers get off with a warning. In one case, a gun store was cited for repeatedly failing to conduct background checks before selling firearms. Another gun dealer sold a weapon to a man who admitted to being a felon. In both cases, as well as many others, ATF supervisors downgraded the recommended penalties and allowed the stores to remain open, according to the report. Over the course of one year starting in October 2016, more than half of about 11,000 inspected gun stores were cited for violations—but less than 1 percent of those inspections reportedly resulted in a revoked license.

*Britain says militant Islamist threat to stay high and may rise further: 

The threat posed by Islamist militants to Britain is expected to remain high for the next two years and could even rise, the interior ministry said on Sunday, on the first anniversary of an attack that killed eight people in central London. The current threat level to Britain is assessed as severe, meaning an attack is highly likely. The government said it had foiled 25 Islamist militant plots since June 2013 – 12 of those since March 2017 – and was currently handling over 500 live operations. Britain will publish a revised counter-terrorism strategy on Monday designed to cope with what it said was a shift in the threats the country faces as militants of all ideologies adopt new tactics. “In summary we expect the threat from Islamist terrorism to remain at its current, heightened level for at least the next two years, and that it may increase further,” the ministry said in a statement.

*German Police Shoot ‘Rampaging’ Man at Berlin Cathedral:

Armed German police swarmed the Berlin Cathedral on Sunday after an officer shot a “rampaging” man wielding a knife in circumstances that were not immediately clear. Eyewitness videos showed the area cordoned off and surrounded by officers holding submachine guns. Berlin police took to Twitterto urge the public to “avoid speculation” about the incident at the popular tourist attraction, later saying there are “no indications that the motive was terrorism or Islamist-related.” A police officer was injured in the incident and taken to a hospital for treatment, as well as the suspect, who was shot in the legs. No further details were immediately available.

*Georgia Cop Fired After Intentionally Hitting Fleeing Suspect With Car:


An officer with the Athens-Clarke County Police Departmentin Georgia was fired Saturday after a dashcam video showed him intentionally running down a fleeing suspect with his patrol car. “After reviewing the officers’ body camera footage, and all the other facts and circumstances of this case, Chief Scott Freeman terminated the employment of Officer Taylor Saulters,” the police department said in a statement. Video of the June 1 incident shows Saulters and his partner, officerHunter Blackmon, driving after a suspect who was on foot as he fled on the sidewalk. After the suspect, , repeatedly dodges Saulters’ patrol car, Saulters can be seen accelerating and veering the vehicle directly into Patmon, all while a crowd of onlookers watched. Patmon flew up onto the hood of the car and crashed down onto the pavement but reportedly suffered only minor injuries. As Saulters ushered Patmon into the police car after striking him, he reportedly asked, “Why’d you run?”

*Trump Has Cut Federal Payroll by 24,000 Jobs: 

The federal government cut 3,000 jobs in May and federal employment has now dropped by 24,000 since PresidentDonald Trump took office, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even as federal government jobs were declining, overall employment was increasing—as was employment in state and local government. In April, there were 2,789,000 people employed in civilian federal government jobs. In May, that declined to 2,786,000, a drop of 3,000. In December 2016, the month before Trump took office, there were 2,810,000 civilians employed in the federal government. That has now dropped by 24,000 to the current 2,786,000.

*FBI Agent Accidentally Shoots Bar Patron While Dancing:

An off-duty FBI agent showing off his dance moves at a Denver club accidentally shot a fellow club-goer when his service weapon fell out of its holster. The incident occurred at about12:45 a.m. on Saturday at the Mile High Spirits Distillery and Tasting Bar, police said. Video released by local news stationKMGH shows the unnamed agent surrounded by club-goers cheering him on as he does a back handspring, which sends his firearm flying onto the dance floor. Police say the gun went off when the agent picked it up, wounding a patron in the leg. The victim was taken to a local hospital, where he was listed in good condition. Denver authorities have opened an investigation into the incident to determine whether any charges will be filed against the agent, who was released to his supervisor at the FBI.

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*LBN- BUSINESS INSIDER:   ***American Airlines warned airline passengers may eventually face higher ticket prices if oil prices remain high, prompting carriers to remove seats from the market. Oil prices have risen around 50 percent compared to the levels seen last year and that is putting pressure on airline profits.

*LBN- BOOK NEWS:   ***As the audiobook market continues to boom, publishers find themselves both grateful and concerned. The industry gathered over the past week forBookExpo and the fan-based BookCon, which ended Sundayat the Jacob Javits center in Manhattan. The consensus, as it has been for the past few years, is of a stable overall market: physical books rising, e-book sales soft and audio, led by downloaded works, expanding by double digits. “We’ve had really significant growth,” Michael Pietsch, CEO of Hachette Book Group, told The Associated Press. “It’s offsetting the e-book decline.

*LBN- TODAY’S FAMOUS BIRTHDAY: Angelina Jolie (June 4, 1975)

Angelina Jolie is an American actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian and has been cited as Hollywood’s highest-paid actress. In addition to her film career, Jolie is noted for her humanitarian efforts. She promotes various causes, including conservation, education, and women’s rights, and is most noted for her advocacy on behalf of refugees as a Special Envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). As a public figure, Jolie has been cited as one of the most influential and powerful people in the American entertainment industry and one of the world’s most beautiful woman by various media outlets.

*LBN- MUSICAL ARCHIVE: Somebody’s Baby- Jackson Browne
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*LBN-COMMENTARY by Tyler DurdenStarbucks employees are bristling after being forced to sit through an entire day of training on racial bias on Tuesday, following an April incident in which a Philadelphia manager called the police on a pair of black men who were sitting in the store without having purchased anything, which sparked a nationwide protest and culminated with Starbucks becoming “America’s largest public toilet.”

*LBN- INVESTIGATES: Sex

1. Infertility Is Far More Common Than You May Think: Infertility can be devastating, but research suggests it’s far more common than you may think. For example, a study published earlier this year found that infertility impacts one in eight women, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that about six percent of married women aged 15 to 44 are still unable to get pregnant after a year of unprotected sex, and about 12 percent of women have difficulty carrying a pregnancy to full term.

2. Men Have A G-Spot: Men have an area on their body similar to the sought after female “g-spot” which, when stimulated, can cause extreme pleasure. The area is known as the prostate, and is located right under his bladder. It can be reached by placing a finger inside of his anus and moving it in a circular motion.

3. Women Think About Sex….A lot: Society may make women out to be dainty flowers who wouldn’t dare have sexy thoughts on their own, but in reality, they think about sex a lot and would like to have more of it. For example, one recent survey found that about 53 percent of women were not having as much sex as they would like, and nearly 75 percent of women involved in the survey expressed a desire to make love at least three times a week.

4. Sex Can Improve Memory In Women: A recent study found that frequent “penis in vagina” sex can also help improve a woman’s ability to remember words and phrases. It does this by increasing the blood flow to the hippocampal region of the brain, and although the same can be accomplished via any aerobic activity, it’s far to fun to do with sex.

5. Apples Are Aphrodisiacs: We’ve all heard of aphrodisiacs such as strawberries and oysters helping to put men and women in the mood, but what about apples? One 2014 study found that women who ate apples more than once a day reported better self-lubrication and overall sexual function compared to women who ate less than one apple a day.

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