Where Did mystery Missile Come From? Missle Launch California

Military officials could not explain what appeared to be a missile launch that occurred Monday evening over the ocean, approximately 35 miles west of Los Angeles.

Neither could aerospace officials for that matter, but the Pentagon told reporters that they had their own theory about the white streak of fluff that appeared in the sky.

The Pentagon told reporters that they believe the strange streaks in the sky are nothing more than contrails from airplanes. This is not the first time such an event has occurred and was later rendered to be only an airplane. A similar event took place last year on New Year’s Eve, also in California.

Some meteorologists agree, as well as officials from Boeing. The website, also agrees, believing that they were simply contrails seen from strange angles in both cases.

The Missile Defense Agency has stated that there were no test launches scheduled for Monday but believes that the event does not pose any sort of threat.


Elizabeth Smart Trial enters Second Day

On the second day of the federal trial of Brian David Mitchell, Elizabeth Smart gave detailed testimony about her kidnapping.

Smart testified that Mitchell, 57 raped her on a daily basis. She also testified about an escape attempt, a close call she had with a detective, and her move to San Diego.

Smart was kidnapped from her bedroom back in 2002 when she was just 14. Nine months later she was found by a homeless preacher and his wife.

At a mental competency hearing for Mitchell, Smart testified that she was “forced” to marry him.

Mitchell is facing charges of unlawful transportation and kidnapping of a minor across state lines and if he is convicted he could spend the rest of his life in prison.


Harry Reid Election Results

One of the most well known politicians in the United States for the past year has been Harry Reid. Reid found himself in the news after he was given the title as Senate Majority Leader after the Republicans took control of the Senate earlier this year.

While he was considered the Majority Leader, Reid still had to fight his way through an ugly election to remain as a Senator, representing the State of Nevada.

Reid ran against Sharron Angle, who became quite popular with the Tea Party following her accusation that Reid would not be strong enough to impose actual action to take care of any problem with illegal aliens in this country.

While Angle put up a good fight, Reid ultimately won the election by a comfortable margin. Reid ended up receiving over 360,000 votes, which was good enough for 55% of the total vote. Angle took home the majority of the remaining 45%.


California Prop 19 Results

As much of the country, not just Californians, waited with baited breath, today comes the news that the much anticipated Prop 19 did not pass the vote in yesterday’s election.

Prop 19 is a law that would have allowed the legalization of marijuana in small amounts for those over the age of 21, as long as it were not being used in a public place and within the presence of children.

The measure lost by only a nine percent vote.

Many are blaming the age turn out of registered voters at the poll, as California turned out more older registered voters than it did younger voters.


Conway Cover Up Alleged

Kentucky Senatorial Candidate covers up brother’s possible drug abuse/trafficking

Mathew Conway, brother of Kentucky Democratic Senator candidate Jack Conway, is the central figure in an obstruction of justice scandal. Michael Conway is an assistant commonwealth’s attorney for Jefferson County, Kentucky.

On 23 October, 2010. The Louisville Courier-Journal reported Michael Conway received warnings of investigations for drug use and/or trafficking from Louisville narcotics detectives on 2 occasions. Jack and Michael Conway approached an attorney who in turn conferred with Louisville’s Chief of Police Robert White.

David Stengel, Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney and Michael Conway’s boss, decided not to press any charges. His review revealed no evidence of misconduct by Michael Conway except for lying to investigators about the warnings. Conway changed that statement.

A conflict of interest arose when contribution records showed Stengel, Michael Conway’s boss, gave $500.00 to Jack Conway’s campaign. Failure to press charges is considered favoritism and conspiracy to obstruct justice to protect the campaign.