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University of California president Janet Napolitano, a former head of DHS, blasts ‘wildcat strike’ at UC Santa Cruz

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University of California President Janet Napolitano on Friday condemned a multi-day graduate student worker strike at UC Santa Cruz this week that resulted in 17 arrests, saying there would be “consequences” including potential job losses.

Hundreds of grad students gathered at the campus this week to demand a cost-of-living increase of $1,412 a month, according to The Washington Post.

Napolitano, in a letter to students and faculty, wrote that the “unauthorized” strike was in direct violation of their existing collective bargaining agreement with the United Automobile Workers, which represents grad students across the UC system.

The university system president — who was governor of Arizona from 2003 to 2009 and U.S. homeland security secretary under President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2013 — said the school wouldn’t reopen the agreement.

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“To accede to the demands of a group of employees engaged in an unauthorized wildcat strike would undercut the very foundation of an agreement negotiated in good faith by the UAW and ratified by thousands of members across the system,” she wrote.

Napolitano said administrators are sympathetic to the high cost of living near campus, but a strike isn’t the way to get what they want.

She said the school chancellor had already proposed two solutions: a $2,500 need-based housing fellowship; and a five-year funding program at the minimum support level of a 50 percent teaching assistantship for doctoral students.

“However, holding undergraduate grades hostage and refusing to carry out contracted teaching responsibilities is the wrong way to go,” she wrote. “Therefore, participation in the wildcat strike will have consequences, up to and including the termination of existing employees at the University.”

On Wednesday, students linked arms and sat in front of the main entrance to campus for several hours, resulting in 17 arrests, the Post reported.

Protesters accused officers of using excessive force during the protests, but officers said they’re just trying to keep everyone safe, according to the Post.

“Officers repeatedly tried to de-escalate the situation and made clear that blocking this major roadway had to stop or it would lead to arrest,” university spokesman Scott Hernandez-Jason said in an email Thursday, according to the Post. “Failing to comply with an order to disperse and obstructing a roadway is extremely dangerous, and it is also against the law.”’

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The University of California’s chief operating officer, Rachael Nava, wrote a letter to UAW Local 2865, asking them to stop the protests, but the union asked the school to consider to the students’ demands, the Post reported.

The new contract expires in 2022, but the university could still address the demands.

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Don Brown: Deadly ‘green on blue’ attacks by Islamic allied nation troops against Americans must end

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When President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence flew to Dover Air Base this week to oversee the dignified transfer of two flag-draped caskets carried from a military jet by an Army honor guard, a hard, cold truth emerged through the dark mist over the tarmac – a truth largely ignored by the press and by American politicians.

Two American Green Berets, Sgt. Javier Jaguar Gutierrez and Sgt. Antonio Rey Rodriguez, had been killed by insider attacks.

In other words, an Afghan soldier, posing as an ally who U.S. soldiers had come to train, teach and support suddenly “went Taliban.” Wearing the green uniform of the allied Afghan National Army, the Afghan opened fire on American Forces, wounding six Americans, and killing Gutierrez and Rodriguez.

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These attacks are called “green on blue” attacks where Muslim-nation partner soldiers pose as “allies,” trusted by American forces, and given weapons, suddenly attack American forces when given proximity to Americans.

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Unfortunately, these “green on blue” attacks have not been an outlier, and they have not sprung up recently. They have taken place over the long course of the war and have become the rule, not the exception, as an easy means of killing Americans in Afghanistan.

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In 2014, American Maj. Gen. Harry Greene, a two-star general, was shot and killed in Afghanistan by an Afghan National Army soldier while ceremoniously inspecting U.S. forces.

On Oct. 19, 2016 an Afghan Army soldier shot and killed one American soldier and civilian, and wounded three more Americans in an attack in Kabul. On March 19, 2017, an allied Afghan soldier fired on U.S. troops who were training Afghan troops based in Kandahar. On May 7, 2016, two Afghan soldiers killed two Romanian soldiers in a green-on-blue attack in Kandahar.

The Long War Journal reports that between 2008 and June of 2017, at least 155 green-on-blue attacks occurred, leaving 152 coalition forces dead and 193 wounded, mostly dead and wounded Americans.

Even in Trump’s drawdown, these “green on blue” attacks by Islamic allied nation troops against Americans have continued.

As recently as July of 2019, an Afghan National Army soldier shot and killed two American paratroopers, Pfc. Brandon Jay Kreischer, 20, of Stryker, Ohio, and Spc. Michael Isaiah Nance, 24, of Chicago, in Kandahar Province.

And green-on-blue struck closer to home on Dec. 6, 2019, when a radical jihadist coward, masquerading as a Saudi military officer, who was an invited guest of the United States, opened fire with a 9-millimeter pistol at the U.S. Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida.

Moments later, three American sailors lay bleeding, including Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson, a 23-year-old Naval Academy graduate. Wounded and dying, Watson in the last minutes of his life walked out of the classroom, amidst a barrage of gunfire, and directed law enforcement to the scene, before breathing his last breath. Three American sailors died in that attack.

Saudi 2nd Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, the attacker, was a terrorist animal who never should have been allowed in this country. Two other Saudi students watched from a car while Alshamrani executed his attack.

This raises a question: Why were they here?

And the broader question is why, as we push toward a Trump drawdown of American forces in the Middle East, do we continue joint exercises with Islamic-nation “allies,” like Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia, with a proven inability to vet radicalized jihadist troops from unracialized troops?

Is it to score political points with the host country?

If so, are the political points worth the American lives?

Are Sgt. Javier Jaguar Gutierrez, Sgt. Antonio Rey Rodriguez and Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson’s lives worth less than the value of appeasing the allied Islamic nation?

Here’s the answer to that question: Hell no.

If Trump’s “America first” means anything, it must first mean that the life of the lowest American private who spills his blood on foreign soil is more important to this country than the president of Afghanistan,  the King of Saudi Arabia or any other foreign leader who has sought American help, or who State Department bureaucrats might kiss up to for the sake of diplomatic smoke-blowing.

If the Trump foreign policy is to become truly revolutionary, with a true “America First” mantle, then policies must change, in every instance, to make American lives more important than foreign lives, and to protect American blood in every instance.

Trump must change American policy so that these “green on blue” attacks come to a screeching halt.

That means that in Afghanistan, President Trump should order the United States military to disallow armed Afghan soldiers and security forces to be in the presence of U.S. forces.

As shown by the deaths of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi; top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani; Qasim al-Rimi, the founder and leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula; and Usama bin Laden himself, the American military is more than capable of striking on its own without the help of inferior foreign Islamic militaries, that are not safely vetted to remove American-killing jihadists from their midst.

For the sake of American lives, the president should put an end to joint U.S. military operations with armed forces of Islamic state allies.

Do it, Mr. President, for Sergeants Gutierrez and Rodriguez.

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Do it now.

American lives matter.

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Protesters wreck College Republicans’ info table, spit on US flag, at UC Santa Cruz, video shows

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In the latest act of violence against conservatives, protesters at the University of California at Santa Cruz recently smashed a College Republicans information table, according to reports.

A video posted on social media shows two protesters tearing up placards and ripping down signage – with one of them appearing to spit on a 13-star “Betsy Ross” American flag that is seen lying on the ground.

“I think this guy’s trying to assault me,” one protester says, laughing, as someone tries to grab an American flag away from him. The man attempting to take back the flag later falls to the ground during the struggle.

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“Get a life!” those fighting off the protesters say at one point.

The video starts when the incident is already underway, so it’s not clear exactly how it began. But Dylan Temple, president of the College Republicans chapter at UC Santa Cruz, told The Post Millennial it began when one of the protesters grabbed one of the group’s flags.

Temple said he immediately reported the matter to campus police. Subsequent posts on social media gave a name for one of the protesters, but it was unclear if that person was charged with any crimes.

The Santa Cruz incident appeared to extend a recent wave of violence against Republicans and supporters of President Trump.

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Other recent incidents have included a driver smashing his van into a GOP voter-registration tent in Jacksonville, Fla., and an unidentified woman fleeing after allegedly punching a retired New York City police officer who was wearing MAGA-style attire in a Tennessee bar.

In New Hampshire, a man was arrested for allegedly assaulting a 15-year-old Trump supporter and two adults near a polling site during the state’s primary election.

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Tirzah Duren: The feds can help students by getting out of the loan business

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Everyone and (especially) their mother has an opinion on millennials. We’re either the generation that destroyed chain restaurants and going to the cinema, or we’re helpless victims of the vast student-loan complex.

For older conservatives, young millennials are just a few free lunches away from declaring worldwide socialism. And they’re not wrong: polling from the Victims of Communism reveals 70 percent of millennials would vote for a socialist candidate. Yikes.

But despite the damning polls, millennials haven’t damaged the free market. After all, we are the generation that pioneered the $5 cappuccino with every flavor imaginable, popularized Uber and Lyft, and figured out ways to make money by “gigging” our cameras, our spare bedrooms, and even our electrical outlets.

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Millennials aren’t all socialists; it’s just that the socialist voices are the loudest. And when it comes to the student debt crisis, which cuts deeply into our rent payments, simplistic solutions like “soak the rich!” get more airtime.

The socialist solution for “Big Student Debt” is clear: empower government to solve the problem by magically eliminating debt or by loosening bankruptcy restrictions. To those struggling under the weight of student loan payments, these solutions are better than simple “blame and shame.”

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After all, many of these loans were taken out during millennials’ formative years. We were asked to make crucial decisions that would have a ripple effect throughout our lives, and many of us didn’t have any guidance about costs and benefits.

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How much is a college degree worth? Until the facts are clear to those considering college, this crisis will continue.

Statistically speaking, a college degree is the best way to increase earning potential. This is especially true for millennials. For the generation before baby boomers, the earning gap between a high school diploma and a college degree was roughly $7,500. For millennials, this gap is $17,500. It’s the difference between middle-class earnings and poverty.

Pew Research found in 2014 that 22 percent of millennials with only a high school degree were in poverty. Compare this with boomers in 1979, when this number was only 7 percent. It’s no wonder millennials are more likely to have completed a bachelor’s degree than any other generation.

But nobody thinks an entire generation swimming in $500 billion of debt is an optimal outcome. And the reason some millennials took out massive loans that weren’t worth the costs is simply, “because they could.” The money was available from Uncle Sam with few strings attached — except, of course, when the bill comes due.

The U.S. Department of Education spends roughly $150 billion each year to support education in the form of grants, work-study funds, and loans. Unlike private loans, which are based on credit, these funds are awarded based on students’ financial need.

These loans have been linked to the higher cost of tuition for good reason. They’ve created a cycle of rising college tuition costs, exacerbating the need for financial aid. Millennials are trapped in this self-perpetuating cycle, and the only solution being discussed is expensive and unjust debt forgiveness.

It’s time we heard some free-market solutions to the student debt crisis. Government can help, but only if it’s willing to step back.

Turning off the tap of unlimited access to federal dollars would push students to be more cautious about the types of programs and institutions they select and the types of loans they sign. Competition of this sort would incentivize students to evaluate the value of mortgaging the future for a medical degree versus a gender studies degree.

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Prices communicate information. But that information is only accurate under a free-market system. When government crowded out the loan market and distorted the market, the real price of education was hidden. Millennials were operating on bad intel, and that led them to make poor investment decisions.

There are real solutions to the student loan crisis in America that don’t rely on billion-dollar “free” schooling from cradle to grave or massive government bailouts. To promote competitive solutions, older conservatives must understand that millennials are victims of government intervention. We have the tools to fix that — and it shouldn’t mean bigger government.

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San Francisco mayor admits past romance, $5G car-repair loan from subject of FBI corruption probe

San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday admitted having a 20-year friendship and brief romantic relationship with a former city worker now under FBI investigation, prompting some to call for her resignation.

“I write this in the spirit of transparency because in the wake of a scandal at City Hall, I think San Franciscans are entitled to hear directly from their Mayor,” Breed wrote in a post on Medium of her association with former San Francisco public works director Mohammed Nuru, who was indicted for public corruption last month.

At a news conference, Breed explained she wrote the post because there were “a number of rumors” swirling and she wanted San Franciscans to hear about the relationship directly from her, the Bay Area’s FOX 2 reported.

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Former director of San Francisco Public Works Mohammed Nuru (left) and San Francisco Mayor London Breed (right). (AP/Office of Mayor London Breed )

Breed wrote she was profoundly shocked and disappointed when she heard about the charges against Nuru.

“To be clear,” she wrote. “I never asked Mohammed Nuru to do anything improper, and he never asked me to do anything improper.”

Still, she admitted accepting $5,600 from Nuru last year for a car repair she hasn’t paid back yet. She said the disclosure was not required but she did it out of transparency.

Supervisor Gordon Mar suggested the mayor should temporarily step back from her duties, according to FOX 2.

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“Mayor Breed’s admission of thousands of dollars in unreported gifts from a subordinate is likely illegal, certainly unethical, and part of a culture of casual corruption that is eroding the faith of the public,” Mar said in a statement. “Given the seriousness of this admission, the direct connection to the central figure in the FBI’s investigation into public corruption, I believe we need to put the people of San Francisco first. I believe Mayor Breed should do the right thing and temporarily step back from her duties until a full, independent investigation can be completed.”

“Mayor Breed’s admission of thousands of dollars in unreported gifts from a subordinate is likely illegal, certainly unethical, and part of a culture of casual corruption that is eroding the faith of the public.”

— San Francisco Supervisor Gordon Mar

Supervisor Hillary Ronen, a political opponent, called the admission “troubling” and said Breed should resign.

Supervisor Dean Preston said Breed should appear before the  Board of Supervisors.

“I am deeply concerned with revelations today that Mayor London Breed violated San Francisco law by taking thousands of dollars in gifts from a City Hall subordinate,” he tweeted.

Breed added, “I will not apologize for dating someone two decades ago. I will not apologize for remaining close friends with him and his family for 20 more years. But neither will I make excuses for any misdeeds.”

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Nuru and restaurant owner Nick Bovis were arrested late last month and charged with corruption and lying to the FBI.

They are accused of attempting to bribe an airport commissioner to vote in favor of allowing a business owned by Bovis at the airport and accepting gifts from a Chinese developer in town for business, FOX 2 reported.

Nuru resigned this week but both men deny the accusations.

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Should you drink alkaline water?

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Dear Dr. Manny:

I heard that alkaline water is necessary to keep acids on the body from causing very cancerous diseases and other cellular dysfunctions that grow with acid in the body.

Is alkaline water necessary on a daily bases and does fresh lemon turn acid to alkaline?

Thanks for your question.

Alkaline water is water that rates with a higher pH than regular water. The rating at the bottom of the pH scale is the most acidic, while the highest rating is alkaline.

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Some people say that alkaline water helps to neutralize acids in the body. But there isn’t enough research out there that proves whether it helps or not. Regular drinking water has a pH of 7. Alkaline water has a pH of between 8-9. This is not substantial enough to meet all the claims that people are making about it.

Drinking regular water is typically the best option for most people. However, there has been a small handful of studies that have shown some benefits to drinking alkaline water.

One study showed that drinking water with a pH of 8.8 helped to deactivate pepsin. Pepsin is one of the main causes of acid reflux. Another study found that drinking alkaline water has small benefits for those with high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol. But these studies were small and poorly conducted.

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There are some negative side effects to drinking alkaline water that you should know. Your stomach is naturally acidic because it needs to be able to digest food properly and kill any bacteria that come in with it. If you mess with your body’s natural pH levels, there are many digestive problems that could occur. Some of these problems could also result in skin irritation.

There is another side effect of drinking alkaline water: alkalosis. The symptoms of this include nausea, vomiting, tremors, twitching, tingling in your hands and toes, and confusion. This can also lower the levels of calcium in your body, which in turn can cause your bones to weaken.

The problem with alkaline water isn’t that it’s not safe in small amounts. The biggest problem with alkaline water is the ludicrous claims that people make about its restorative powers. Alkaline water cannot provide a barrier to cancer, nor can it cure various other ailments.

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Natural alkaline water is high in minerals and therefore is recommended to drink if you are going to drink it. But artificial alkaline water can strip your body of the minerals it needs. It can also be contaminated.

People don’t typically drink enough regular water. Health officials believe that most people should be drinking at least two liters of water a day in order to stay properly hydrated. If you’re interested in helping your body, avoid the fancy alkaline water and drink more regular water instead. You’ll save some money and your body will be happy.

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Loretta Young’s son says ‘40s star remained devoted to her faith during final years: ‘She had a moral compass’

Chris Lewis has always known his mother was special. And now he wants to share his admiration for her with the world.

Loretta Young, a reigning Hollywood actress of the ‘30s and ‘40s who first appeared on screen at age 4 and would later make her mark on television, passed away in 2000 at age 87 from ovarian cancer, the New York Times reported. In her lifetime, the Oscar-winning star appeared in nearly 100 films alongside Lon Chaney, Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, Tyrone Power and Cary Grant — to name a just few.

Now items worn by the Old Hollywood icon, as well as personal mementos she collected over the years, are now up for grabs online at Los Angeles-based auction house Julien’s Auctions in a sale titled “Property From the Estate of Loretta Young.” According to Lewis, longtime fans of one of Hollywood’s most famous stars can own her pieces such as jewelry, jewelry, couture and more.

Lewis and his wife, Linda, spoke to Fox News about why they’re auctioning off Young’s dazzling belongings now, what it was really like growing up with Young, her final years, how she overcame personal scandal, as well as how she never gave up on her faith.

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Actress Loretta Young in a scene from the 1940 movie ‘He Stayed for Breakfast.’ (Photo by Donaldson Collection/Getty Images)

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Fox News: What compelled you to participate in this auction and why now?
Chris Lewis: Since my mother passed away in 2000, my wife and I have been going around the country doing trunk shows of her possessions and talking about her career in film festivals. And over the years, we’ve acquired a lot of her belongings. But we’re getting older and we’re cutting down. We’re not doing as many of those events anymore. So we decided it would be best for everybody if we just shared these things with her fans.

Fox News: Were you hesitant to auction off any of your mother’s personal possessions?
Chris: Everything has its time, you know? [laughs] They weren’t doing any good in our closet or in storage. And even if you weren’t a fan of Loretta Young, my mother had some wonderful furniture and dresses from her years as a movie star.

Linda Lewis: Many of the furniture pieces at the auction were found or made by grandma, Loretta’s mother. Many, many years ago Grandma and Mom came with a U-Haul truck filled with some very special pieces of furniture *laughs*.

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Loretta Young’s Gucci purse. (Julien’s Auctions)

‘50S STAR TERRY MOORE RECALLS DATING JAMES DEAN, BEFRIENDING MARILYN MONROE AND POSING FOR PLAYBOY

Fox News: How determined have you been to keep your mother’s legacy alive?
Chris: Very determined, of course. She was unique in the industry. She had a 70-year career. She was successful in both movies and television. She won an Academy Award in 1948 and then won three Emmys during the ‘50s. She grew up with Hollywood and survived in television. She had a remarkable career, but more importantly, she was a remarkable person. She wasn’t at all a diva like you would expect from a movie star. She was very down to earth and just as generous as a person.

Fox News: When did you realize that your mother was different from other moms?
Chris: When you grow up in an environment as we did, you always think it’s normal. We grew up in a big house with 18 rooms, an elevator and service. You assume everyone lives that way. [laughs] But both my parents worked and they were very successful. So we had a nice home. But the first time I really figured she was different was when we would go to church. We were Catholics so we would go to church in Beverly Hills every Sunday. When leaving the church, people would ultimately come up to mom and ask for her autograph. She would always say, “I don’t give autographs when I’m out with my children.” I noticed that didn’t happen to everyone else.

AUDREY HEPBURN, OSCAR-WINNER FOR ‘ROMAN HOLIDAY,’ CONTINUES TO INSPIRE HOLLYWOOD STARS, EXPERT SAYS

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American actress Loretta Young (1913 – 2000), circa 1940. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images)

‘TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT’ STAR LYDIA CORNELL RECALLS OVERCOMING ALCOHOLISM: ‘A RIVER OF TEARS JUST FLOWED’

Then the time that really made a difference? I was 8 years old. My mother was doing a movie called “It Happens Every Thursday” with John Forsythe. It was done at Universal Studios. My dad told me and my brother one day, “We’re going to have lunch with mom at the studio.” We didn’t know what that meant but we went with him. When we got to the studio, we went over to the stage where they were filming. And when we got there, the stage was dark and everyone was on their lunch break. But I saw the set, which was supposed to be this little newspaper office. And then after lunch, I remember going to what they called dailies, which allowed the crew to watch what they shot the day before to judge their performances. My mother was insistent upon seeing dailies on all her films. But that same newspaper office I saw earlier had come to life. It was bustling with people. And my mom was up there on the screen. So it kind of clicked with my mom.

‘FACTS OF LIFE’ STAR LISA WHELCHEL EXPLAINS WHY SHE DIDN’T RELEASE MORE MUSIC AFTER HER ’80S SOLO ALBUM

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Loretta Young made her mark both in film and television. (Photo by Horst P. Horst/Conde Nast via Getty Images)

‘MY THREE SONS’ STAR TINA COLE DITCHED TWIN BEDS WITH ON-SCREEN HUSBAND DON GRADY

And I remember one night in New York … Mom and I went to see some play. As we walked down the aisle to get our seats, people in the theater stood up and applauded mom. During the intermission, it got so crowded that we couldn’t leave our seats. But people were so respectful of her. And at that time, I was just 13-14 years old. But that made a lasting impression on me.

Fox News: What are some fun facts about your mom that would surprise fans today?
Chris: She was an excellent seamstress. Especially during the later years, she would sew [dresses] for her friends. She would get these really great fabrics and turn them into gifts. She had this little Singer sewing machine she used all her life, which is part of the auction, along with her sewing table. She especially loved sewing with my sister. Mom and Judy would sew all the time. And at the end of her life, she did a lot of philanthropy. She would visit AIDS patients, go to hospices, spend a lot of time with veterans – she used her time well. But she did it quietly. She didn’t have cameras there and all that stuff. She just wanted to do it herself. She was a great role model. When she was a child, her mother ran a boarding house in Los Angeles. So it was there where mom learned how to serve others and help people. She came from humble beginnings and she never forgot that.

RONNIE WOOD’S EX-WIFE JO WOOD RECALLS PHOTOGRAPHING THE ROLLING STONES OVER THE YEARS: ‘THEY DIDN’T NOTICE’

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Loretta Young in her later years. (Photo by The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images)

CURLY HOWARD’S GRANDSON DESCRIBES LEARNING HE WAS RELATED TO THE THREE STOOGES ICON: ‘NO ONE WOULD BELIEVE US’

Fox News: Is it true she was a devoted Catholic in Hollywood?
Chris: She was very Catholic and would go to mass every day [in her later years]. Usually at 11 o’clock in Beverly Hills. In Palms Springs, the earliest mass was eight in the morning, but she didn’t get up early. [laughs] The Desert Regional Medical Center even named its chapel after her because she would attend the mass there all the time. [laughs] … [And] there were a whole bunch of people in Hollywood who were Catholics. Bob Hope’s wife was very Catholic. John Wayne’s wife, very Catholic. And they were all lifelong friends. There was even a group called the “Catholic Mafia” in Hollywood [laughs] so there were a bunch of them. And our house was full of priests all the time.

RISQUÉ STORIES WRITTEN BY ED WOOD REVEALED DECADES AFTER FILMMAKER’S TRAGIC DEATH

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Loretta Young’s Hermes purse. (Julien’s Auctions)

HUMPHREY BOGART’S EX-WIFE MAYO METHOT STRUGGLED TO BOUNCE BACK IN HOLLYWOOD AFTER DIVORCE, BOOK CLAIMS

Fox News: How did she feel about her work on television?
Chris: She was very passionate about it. She was a pioneer in the business. She was one of the first women, aside from Lucille Ball, to produce her own television show. Mom was the executive producer of her own television show, so she was also a pretty good businesswoman. And television was the enemy back then. She was told by executives that if she pursed television, she would never do another film again. … But Dad was in the advertising business and it was really him who pushed her into television. She was in her late 40s at the time. So your chances of continuing your career as a woman, at the time, was very tough. So you had to redefine yourself. And mom never liked the parts she was given by the studio executives. So she thought about getting into television. She got to play all the parts she wanted to play and she was the executive producer, which meant that she called the shots.

DEAN MARTIN’S DAUGHTER DEANA RECALLS GROWING UP WITH ‘THE KING OF COOL,’ THE RAT PACK AND JERRY LEWIS

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Tyrone Power holds Loretta Young in publicity portrait for the film ‘Love Is News’, 1937. (Photo by 20th Century-Fox/Getty Images)

MICHAEL HUTCHENCE’S SISTER RECALLS GROWING UP WITH INXS SINGER, FINAL TRAGIC YEARS FOLLOWING BRAIN INJURY

Fox News: What do you believe was the secret behind her lasting success?
Chris: She had a moral compass. Growing up for us kids, you always respected everybody. We treated everyone equally. She knew she never wanted to play parts that were negative or brought people down. She fought the studios and got suspended several times because she refused to do the movies that the studio guys wanted her to do. That can ruin a career. But I think people sense that moral compass. She would take six months off and not get paid because she was suspended. But she would then come back and get her way.

Linda: She told me — when she was 85 — “Even now when I leave the room, I hope people say, ‘What a nice girl!’” [laughs] She really cared about everybody. She really listened to people. She was genuine. And because she played so many different characters, she truly had empathy for everyone. She put her toe in the water of every lifestyle you could possibly have. Therefore she truly led from her heart. And I really think that had a lot to do with her success.

LIBERACE TOLD ELVIS PRESLEY HE NEEDED ‘MORE GLITZ’ IN HIS SHOWS BEFORE LAS VEGAS TRANSFORMATION, BOOK CLAIMS

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Judy Lewis and her actress mother, Loretta Young, at an American Film Institute cocktail party held aboard the Pacific Princess cruise ship in California, circa 1974. (Photo by Frank Edwards/Fotos International/Getty Images)

MARLON BRANDO AND MYSTERIOUS FIRST WIFE ANNA KASHFI HAD VIOLENT RELATIONSHIP, BOOK CLAIMS

Fox News: You previously spoke out about your sister, Judy Lewis, and the identity of her father. According to the New York Times, Judy maintained in her 1994 autobiography “Uncommon Knowledge” that Clark Gable was her father and she was conceived during the making of 1935’s “Call of the Wild.” Looking back, why did you choose to speak out?
Chris: I didn’t think that Judy should have written the book while mom was still alive, but that was Judy’s decision to make. … She needed her catharsis, her voice to be heard I guess. I wouldn’t have written it while mom was alive though because it was embarrassing to mom. But it’s not an unusual story. Hollywood is just about that, but that wasn’t about me. That was about Judy and mom. And I certainly didn’t want to get involved with that… The thing is Judy had a great life just like my brother and me and it was provided by mom.

Fox News: It sounded like, based on your mother’s final years and her work, she must have made some sort of peace with the situation.
Chris: Oh yeah, of course. After the book came out all of my mom’s friends said, “Oh, that’s terrible! You should take Judy out of the will!” Stuff like that. But mom was above all that. She got a lot of advice from priests. But the last thing mom would ever do is get retribution. In the end, everyone got equal in mom’s will. And mom reconciled it very easily.

Fox News: What do you hope audiences will get from this auction and your mother’s contributions to Hollywood?
Chris: As a celebrity, her work speaks for itself. She was a beautiful actress, but she took her business seriously. She could light a set as well as any director of photography. That’s because she worked with all the best, yes, but she also paid attention. She would get a script and it was as if she had a photographic memory. She would know what page a certain line was on. It never took her much time to read a script.

JANIS JOPLIN ENJOYED ‘THE MANY PLEASURES THAT CAME HER WAY’ TO COPE WITH INSECURITIES, BOOK CLAIMS

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Loretta Young’s coat. (Julien’s Auctions)

‘30S STAR THELMA TODD ‘WAS BECOMING’ TIRED ‘OF HOLLYWOOD’ BEFORE HER MYSTERIOUS DEATH, BOOK CLAIMS

Not only did she take her craft seriously, but it was just as important for her to be a good wife and mother. To me, that was amazing because the film business takes a lot of your time. You go to work at five in the morning and not return until nine at night. And then to balance your personal life on top of that? That’s why a lot of Hollywood marriages don’t work because they’re never there and everybody wants something from you… but she remained very dedicated. She was just special.

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Loretta Young’s son says ‘40s star remained devoted to her faith during final years: ‘She had a moral compass’

Chris Lewis has always known his mother was special. And now he wants to share his admiration for her with the world.

Loretta Young, a reigning Hollywood actress of the ‘30s and ‘40s who first appeared on screen at age 4 and would later make her mark on television, passed away in 2000 at age 87 from ovarian cancer, the New York Times reported. In her lifetime, the Oscar-winning star appeared in nearly 100 films alongside Lon Chaney, Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, Tyrone Power and Cary Grant — to name a just few.

Now items worn by the Old Hollywood icon, as well as personal mementos she collected over the years, are now up for grabs online at Los Angeles-based auction house Julien’s Auctions in a sale titled “Property From the Estate of Loretta Young.” According to Lewis, longtime fans of one of Hollywood’s most famous stars can own her pieces such as jewelry, jewelry, couture and more.

Lewis and his wife, Linda, spoke to Fox News about why they’re auctioning off Young’s dazzling belongings now, what it was really like growing up with Young, her final years, how she overcame personal scandal, as well as how she never gave up on her faith.

‘BRADY BUNCH’ STAR SUSAN OLSEN REMEMBERS HER FRIENDSHIP WITH FLORENCE HENDERSON: ‘ALL THE LOVE WAS GENUINE’

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Actress Loretta Young in a scene from the 1940 movie ‘He Stayed for Breakfast.’ (Photo by Donaldson Collection/Getty Images)

SUSAN LUCCI RECALLS HER ‘WIDOW-MAKER’ HEART ATTACK SCARE: ‘I PROBABLY WOULDN’T HAVE GOTTEN UP’

Fox News: What compelled you to participate in this auction and why now?
Chris Lewis: Since my mother passed away in 2000, my wife and I have been going around the country doing trunk shows of her possessions and talking about her career in film festivals. And over the years, we’ve acquired a lot of her belongings. But we’re getting older and we’re cutting down. We’re not doing as many of those events anymore. So we decided it would be best for everybody if we just shared these things with her fans.

Fox News: Were you hesitant to auction off any of your mother’s personal possessions?
Chris: Everything has its time, you know? [laughs] They weren’t doing any good in our closet or in storage. And even if you weren’t a fan of Loretta Young, my mother had some wonderful furniture and dresses from her years as a movie star.

Linda Lewis: Many of the furniture pieces at the auction were found or made by grandma, Loretta’s mother. Many, many years ago Grandma and Mom came with a U-Haul truck filled with some very special pieces of furniture *laughs*.

‘I DREAM OF JEANNIE’ STAR BARBARA EDEN SHARES THE SECRET BEHIND HER 29-YEAR MARRIAGE: ‘IT’S NOT EASY’

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Loretta Young’s Gucci purse. (Julien’s Auctions)

‘50S STAR TERRY MOORE RECALLS DATING JAMES DEAN, BEFRIENDING MARILYN MONROE AND POSING FOR PLAYBOY

Fox News: How determined have you been to keep your mother’s legacy alive?
Chris: Very determined, of course. She was unique in the industry. She had a 70-year career. She was successful in both movies and television. She won an Academy Award in 1948 and then won three Emmys during the ‘50s. She grew up with Hollywood and survived in television. She had a remarkable career, but more importantly, she was a remarkable person. She wasn’t at all a diva like you would expect from a movie star. She was very down to earth and just as generous as a person.

Fox News: When did you realize that your mother was different from other moms?
Chris: When you grow up in an environment as we did, you always think it’s normal. We grew up in a big house with 18 rooms, an elevator and service. You assume everyone lives that way. [laughs] But both my parents worked and they were very successful. So we had a nice home. But the first time I really figured she was different was when we would go to church. We were Catholics so we would go to church in Beverly Hills every Sunday. When leaving the church, people would ultimately come up to mom and ask for her autograph. She would always say, “I don’t give autographs when I’m out with my children.” I noticed that didn’t happen to everyone else.

AUDREY HEPBURN, OSCAR-WINNER FOR ‘ROMAN HOLIDAY,’ CONTINUES TO INSPIRE HOLLYWOOD STARS, EXPERT SAYS

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American actress Loretta Young (1913 – 2000), circa 1940. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images)

‘TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT’ STAR LYDIA CORNELL RECALLS OVERCOMING ALCOHOLISM: ‘A RIVER OF TEARS JUST FLOWED’

Then the time that really made a difference? I was 8 years old. My mother was doing a movie called “It Happens Every Thursday” with John Forsythe. It was done at Universal Studios. My dad told me and my brother one day, “We’re going to have lunch with mom at the studio.” We didn’t know what that meant but we went with him. When we got to the studio, we went over to the stage where they were filming. And when we got there, the stage was dark and everyone was on their lunch break. But I saw the set, which was supposed to be this little newspaper office. And then after lunch, I remember going to what they called dailies, which allowed the crew to watch what they shot the day before to judge their performances. My mother was insistent upon seeing dailies on all her films. But that same newspaper office I saw earlier had come to life. It was bustling with people. And my mom was up there on the screen. So it kind of clicked with my mom.

‘FACTS OF LIFE’ STAR LISA WHELCHEL EXPLAINS WHY SHE DIDN’T RELEASE MORE MUSIC AFTER HER ’80S SOLO ALBUM

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Loretta Young made her mark both in film and television. (Photo by Horst P. Horst/Conde Nast via Getty Images)

‘MY THREE SONS’ STAR TINA COLE DITCHED TWIN BEDS WITH ON-SCREEN HUSBAND DON GRADY

And I remember one night in New York … Mom and I went to see some play. As we walked down the aisle to get our seats, people in the theater stood up and applauded mom. During the intermission, it got so crowded that we couldn’t leave our seats. But people were so respectful of her. And at that time, I was just 13-14 years old. But that made a lasting impression on me.

Fox News: What are some fun facts about your mom that would surprise fans today?
Chris: She was an excellent seamstress. Especially during the later years, she would sew [dresses] for her friends. She would get these really great fabrics and turn them into gifts. She had this little Singer sewing machine she used all her life, which is part of the auction, along with her sewing table. She especially loved sewing with my sister. Mom and Judy would sew all the time. And at the end of her life, she did a lot of philanthropy. She would visit AIDS patients, go to hospices, spend a lot of time with veterans – she used her time well. But she did it quietly. She didn’t have cameras there and all that stuff. She just wanted to do it herself. She was a great role model. When she was a child, her mother ran a boarding house in Los Angeles. So it was there where mom learned how to serve others and help people. She came from humble beginnings and she never forgot that.

RONNIE WOOD’S EX-WIFE JO WOOD RECALLS PHOTOGRAPHING THE ROLLING STONES OVER THE YEARS: ‘THEY DIDN’T NOTICE’

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Loretta Young in her later years. (Photo by The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images)

CURLY HOWARD’S GRANDSON DESCRIBES LEARNING HE WAS RELATED TO THE THREE STOOGES ICON: ‘NO ONE WOULD BELIEVE US’

Fox News: Is it true she was a devoted Catholic in Hollywood?
Chris: She was very Catholic and would go to mass every day [in her later years]. Usually at 11 o’clock in Beverly Hills. In Palms Springs, the earliest mass was eight in the morning, but she didn’t get up early. [laughs] The Desert Regional Medical Center even named its chapel after her because she would attend the mass there all the time. [laughs] … [And] there were a whole bunch of people in Hollywood who were Catholics. Bob Hope’s wife was very Catholic. John Wayne’s wife, very Catholic. And they were all lifelong friends. There was even a group called the “Catholic Mafia” in Hollywood [laughs] so there were a bunch of them. And our house was full of priests all the time.

RISQUÉ STORIES WRITTEN BY ED WOOD REVEALED DECADES AFTER FILMMAKER’S TRAGIC DEATH

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Loretta Young’s Hermes purse. (Julien’s Auctions)

HUMPHREY BOGART’S EX-WIFE MAYO METHOT STRUGGLED TO BOUNCE BACK IN HOLLYWOOD AFTER DIVORCE, BOOK CLAIMS

Fox News: How did she feel about her work on television?
Chris: She was very passionate about it. She was a pioneer in the business. She was one of the first women, aside from Lucille Ball, to produce her own television show. Mom was the executive producer of her own television show, so she was also a pretty good businesswoman. And television was the enemy back then. She was told by executives that if she pursed television, she would never do another film again. … But Dad was in the advertising business and it was really him who pushed her into television. She was in her late 40s at the time. So your chances of continuing your career as a woman, at the time, was very tough. So you had to redefine yourself. And mom never liked the parts she was given by the studio executives. So she thought about getting into television. She got to play all the parts she wanted to play and she was the executive producer, which meant that she called the shots.

DEAN MARTIN’S DAUGHTER DEANA RECALLS GROWING UP WITH ‘THE KING OF COOL,’ THE RAT PACK AND JERRY LEWIS

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Tyrone Power holds Loretta Young in publicity portrait for the film ‘Love Is News’, 1937. (Photo by 20th Century-Fox/Getty Images)

MICHAEL HUTCHENCE’S SISTER RECALLS GROWING UP WITH INXS SINGER, FINAL TRAGIC YEARS FOLLOWING BRAIN INJURY

Fox News: What do you believe was the secret behind her lasting success?
Chris: She had a moral compass. Growing up for us kids, you always respected everybody. We treated everyone equally. She knew she never wanted to play parts that were negative or brought people down. She fought the studios and got suspended several times because she refused to do the movies that the studio guys wanted her to do. That can ruin a career. But I think people sense that moral compass. She would take six months off and not get paid because she was suspended. But she would then come back and get her way.

Linda: She told me — when she was 85 — “Even now when I leave the room, I hope people say, ‘What a nice girl!’” [laughs] She really cared about everybody. She really listened to people. She was genuine. And because she played so many different characters, she truly had empathy for everyone. She put her toe in the water of every lifestyle you could possibly have. Therefore she truly led from her heart. And I really think that had a lot to do with her success.

LIBERACE TOLD ELVIS PRESLEY HE NEEDED ‘MORE GLITZ’ IN HIS SHOWS BEFORE LAS VEGAS TRANSFORMATION, BOOK CLAIMS

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Judy Lewis and her actress mother, Loretta Young, at an American Film Institute cocktail party held aboard the Pacific Princess cruise ship in California, circa 1974. (Photo by Frank Edwards/Fotos International/Getty Images)

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Fox News: You previously spoke out about your sister, Judy Lewis, and the identity of her father. According to the New York Times, Judy maintained in her 1994 autobiography “Uncommon Knowledge” that Clark Gable was her father and she was conceived during the making of 1935’s “Call of the Wild.” Looking back, why did you choose to speak out?
Chris: I didn’t think that Judy should have written the book while mom was still alive, but that was Judy’s decision to make. … She needed her catharsis, her voice to be heard I guess. I wouldn’t have written it while mom was alive though because it was embarrassing to mom. But it’s not an unusual story. Hollywood is just about that, but that wasn’t about me. That was about Judy and mom. And I certainly didn’t want to get involved with that… The thing is Judy had a great life just like my brother and me and it was provided by mom.

Fox News: It sounded like, based on your mother’s final years and her work, she must have made some sort of peace with the situation.
Chris: Oh yeah, of course. After the book came out all of my mom’s friends said, “Oh, that’s terrible! You should take Judy out of the will!” Stuff like that. But mom was above all that. She got a lot of advice from priests. But the last thing mom would ever do is get retribution. In the end, everyone got equal in mom’s will. And mom reconciled it very easily.

Fox News: What do you hope audiences will get from this auction and your mother’s contributions to Hollywood?
Chris: As a celebrity, her work speaks for itself. She was a beautiful actress, but she took her business seriously. She could light a set as well as any director of photography. That’s because she worked with all the best, yes, but she also paid attention. She would get a script and it was as if she had a photographic memory. She would know what page a certain line was on. It never took her much time to read a script.

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Not only did she take her craft seriously, but it was just as important for her to be a good wife and mother. To me, that was amazing because the film business takes a lot of your time. You go to work at five in the morning and not return until nine at night. And then to balance your personal life on top of that? That’s why a lot of Hollywood marriages don’t work because they’re never there and everybody wants something from you… but she remained very dedicated. She was just special.

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Best internet deals to save money and maximize speed

Since you signed up for your internet service, you probably haven’t given it much thought. It works, so why bother? But a new plan might better suit your needs and save money, too.

Speed is also important, of course, and there’s a chance your plan isn’t to blame. Tap or click here for a quick insider trick that involves changing one setting for significantly faster internet speeds.

When your internet slows down, it could be your line, your device, your router, your browser or even your neighbors. I’ve got you covered with the steps to take to figure it out. Tap or click here for 10 ways to fix your home Wi-Fi problems.

If it is your plan, how do you navigate the many internet options? Here’s a quick crash course.

Choosing the right plan

The first step to selecting the right plan is understanding your needs. Here’s a good place to start:

  • For those who connect with fewer than three devices and simply browse the internet, you can get by with a basic package that offers download speeds up to 10Mbps.
  • If you don’t stream much but want to check email and download music and photos, a plan that offers speeds up to 25Mbps should work.
  • Gamers, videophiles, streamers and households with multiple people using multiple devices will need a plan that offers speeds up to 100Mbps.

Remember, there are data caps. Most companies put a limit on the amount of data you can use each month and if you go over that amount, you’ll be charged extra fees. Tap or click here to learn how to avoid hitting your internet data cap while you’re streaming.

Now that you know what to look for in a plan, let’s see what your options are.

Comparing options

For home internet service you’re going to choose between DSL, cable, fiber or satellite. Here’s what that means:

  • DSL –Digital Subscriber Line users get a high-speed bandwidth connection from a phone wall jack or an existing telephone network. It works within the frequencies your telephone doesn’t, so you can use the internet while making phone calls.
  • Cable – Cable internet service comes from the same coaxial cable network that is used with cable television. Cable TV uses a small portion of the cable’s bandwidth, which allows your internet service to work with it. You don’t have to subscribe to cable TV to have cable internet service.
  • Fiber – Fiber internet uses fiber-optic cables instead of copper wires. It’s faster than DSL and cable internet, but it’s not available everywhere.
  • Satellite – Internet access is provided through communications satellites, used mostly in rural areas. It’s usually the most expensive, last resort option.

Since DSL and cable internet services are the most common, we’ll focus on those. Two of the major providers in the U.S. are Xfinity from Comcast and Cox Communications.

For DSL, I’ll also show you options from CenturyLink. Service providers and specific offerings vary depending on where you live, so the packages you see here may be slightly different than those offered at posting.

Take a look at the plans offered and compare these to your own. Be sure to read the tip at the end about testing your speed to make sure you’re getting what you’re paying for.

Xfinity from Comcast

Xfinity offers a few different plans:

  • If you can get by with the bare minimum, the Performance Starter+ plan offers download speeds up to 25Mbps for $29.99/month for the first year. After that, you’ll pay $50 per month.
  • For those who need more bandwidth, Xfinity’s Performance Select plan includes speeds up to 100Mbps for $39.99/month for the first year. After that, you’ll pay $65 per month.
  • Need even faster speeds? Xfinity’s Performance Pro+ offers speeds up to 200Mbps for $49.99/month for the first year. After that, you’ll pay $70 per month.

Cox Communications

Cox Communications offers a wide range of plans with speeds from 10Mbps all the way up to 940Mbps. Here are the most common offerings:

  • Cox Internet Essential 30 gets you up to 30Mbps for $39.99/month for 12 months with a 1-year service agreement. After that, the cost goes up to $66.99 per month.
  • Cox Internet Preferred 150 gives you up to 150Mbps of speed for $59.99/month for 12 months with a 1-year service agreement. After that, you’ll pay $87.99 per month.
  • For higher speeds, choose Cox Internet Ultimate to get up to 300Mbps for $79.99/month for 12 months with a 1-year service agreement. After that, it’ll cost $104.99 per month.

CenturyLink

CenturyLink, a DSL internet service provider, is pushing its “Price for Life” offer. That means if you sign up for internet service, you can guarantee the same monthly rate year after year as long as you don’t cancel.

At the moment, you can get up to 100Mbps for $49/month. Unfortunately, this special promotion isn’t available in every area of the U.S. The top speeds available depend on your location.

BONUS TIP: Check your internet connection speed for free

Once you choose a provider and a plan, make sure you’re getting what you pay for. If you’re paying for download speeds of 100Mbps, but only getting around 50Mbps, you need to notify your provider.

You can find out with a simple speed test right through Google. Just use the search phrase “Speed Test.” If you’d rather use a site designed to test speeds, tap or click here for 4 sites to check your internet speed for free.

Remember, competition is fierce. If you live in an area with more than one internet service provider, see which one can give you the best deal. Call each provider’s customer service line and ask for their best and lowest price. And pay close attention to contract lengths, setup fees and such to make sure you aren’t paying more than you think.

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Chris Swecker: FBI FISA abuses could weaken US ability to combat terrorists and spies

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One of the most effective tools law enforcement agencies use to protect the American people against terrorists and foreign intelligence operations may be undermined as a result of abuses committed by fired FBI Director James Comey and fired Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

The abuses by the disgraced former FBI leaders involved the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), a law that allows limited court-ordered surveillance of suspected terrorists and spies.

Unfortunately, under President Barack Obama’s Democratic administration the law was used to improperly spy on Carter Page, a foreign policy adviser to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 election campaign.

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The Justice Department’s inspector general issued a report last year concluding that Page shouldn’t have been subjected to surveillance under FISA.

In recent congressional testimony, current FBI Director Christopher Wray did not satisfy some members of the House Judiciary Committee that the FISA abuses identified by the inspector general have been remedied.

These members are calling for further restrictions on the use of FISA that would make it harder to conduct surveillance of proper targets under the law.

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In a very clever dodge, Comey and McCabe have blamed the problems with the surveillance of Page on subordinate FBI agents and on the FISA approval process itself. This is an epic deflection of responsibility and masks the real issue: how to prevent FBI executive-level bias from influencing the process of getting a FISA surveillance warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

The best way to prevent further abuses is to hold Comey and McCabe accountable for their misconduct, in order to deter future FBI executives from taking it upon themselves to use their positions try to damage the election prospects of a presidential candidate they dislike.

I and a great number of current and former FBI agents and high-level officials were disgusted when Comey cited his “overconfidence” in agents “seven layers down” as being responsible for FISA abuses involving the surveillance of Page.

We were equally disgusted when McCabe blamed the “lowest-level FBI agents,” who he accused of supposedly “baking” the 17 serial instances of misrepresentations or material omissions in the four Carter Page FISA warrant applications.

Both Comey and Page have used their anti-Trump media acolytes to push this narrative, throwing the FBI and street agents under the bus and encumbering them with further restrictions on an already onerous approval procedure.

Terrorists and foreign intelligence agents take full advantage of modern technology to ply their trade. They use sophisticated methods – but without equally sophisticated and proactive tools, American law enforcement and intelligence agents will be at a severe disadvantage. Simply put, without FISA the FBI will only catch the less-sophisticated bad guys.

Comey and McCabe would have us believe they were passive bystanders to the surveillance of Page, despite having to give final approval to the applications for court permission to surveil Page under FISA.

There is ample evidence that Comey and McCabe were aware that opposition research that was “inaccurate, incomplete or unsupported” and financed by the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign was used in sworn affidavits to get four FISA warrants to surveil Page.

Comey and McCabe knew what was going on with the Page warrants because they took the highly unusual step of directly supervising the investigation out of FBI headquarters instead of the FBI’s Washington field office.

Standard FBI practice is to designate a field office, not headquarters, as the lead investigative office of origin.

Leading an investigation from FBI headquarters is a rare and flawed practice because headquarters consists of FBI managers and executives, whereas field offices are staffed with special agent investigators, investigative analysts, forensic specialists and surveillance experts.

Field offices also have digital and paper evidence collection capabilities and close working relationships with prosecuting attorneys.

But Deputy Director McCabe set up the unusual structure of running the Page investigation out of FBI headquarters so he could be intimately involved in every facet of the investigation.

In fact, before Special Counsel Robert Mueller was appointed to investigate allegations of collusion before the Trump presidential campaign and Russia, the FBI investigative agents conducting the probe were under the direct supervision of McCabe and his surrogate, lead investigator Peter Strzok.

Lisa Page, who was McCabe’s special legal adviser and was involved in an extramarital affair with Strzok, was also plugged directly into the investigation.

Clearly, we need to ensure that the bias of final approvers of FISA warrant applications – like Comey and McCabe in the case of Carter Page – will never again infect an FBI investigation.

U.S. citizens – let alone presidential candidates or their campaign advisers – should only be targeted for surveillance when it is clear that they are witting accomplices to an agent of a foreign power.

In the case of Carter Page there was no need for FISA surveillance to begin with. FBI executives knew that he was a CIA asset reporting to the intelligence agency on the very activities that were the subject of his surveillance.

The FBI should have provided defensive briefings to candidate Trump and his campaign officials about Russian efforts to interfere in our 2016 presidential election. Instead, the FBI allowed Russia’s intelligence services to run operations designed to undermine our election so FBI officials could build a prosecutable case against Carter Page.

The FBI’s mission is to counter such intelligence activities – hence the term “counterintelligence.”

In my 24 years with the FBI I signed off on numerous FISA applications as they moved up through the multilayered approval procedures. By my count, there are at least 10 levels of review by FBI managers and four layers of legal reviews before a proposed FISA  warrant even clears FBI headquarters and is forwarded to the Justice Department for approval, where yet another multilayered review takes place.

Those with experience in these matters know that there is no process in the FBI that is more rigorous than a FISA warrant application.

When the fix is in and that fix is orchestrated by the top executives it is not “the process” or low-level agents who bear the blame – it is the flawed and corrupt leaders.

FISA is a vital and proactive tool in this daily battle to counter the actions of hostile foreign intelligence agencies – such as the Russian FSB – that are engaged in a relentless effort to undermine our free democratic institutions.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intelligence apparatus would love to see the loss or diminishment of FISA as an investigative tool used by U.S. law enforcement. Ditto for terrorist group including ISIS, Hezbollah and Al Qaeda.

When a company or agency has corrupt leadership, the corrupt officials can do enormous damage. Eventually the bad apples are ousted, leaving the rank and file to deal with the fallout. That is the case with the FBI.

The 38,000 men and women of the FBI are the finest this country has to offer. There were over 32,000 applicants for only 900 special agent job openings in 2019.

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The FBI seeks out mature and experienced professionals who can handle – and not abuse – the immense power and responsibility of a position in the bureau. They are the best in the world and deserve better than the abysmal leadership they were subjected to under Comey and McCabe.

The human factor can best be addressed by deterring future abuses. We must hold wrongdoers fully accountable with criminal prosecutions if supported by the evidence.

U.S. Attorney John Durham, the top federal prosecutor in Connecticut, is investigating how the Russia collusion investigation was conducted and is quietly building and expanding on the inspector general’s report to ensure accountability is placed exactly where it belongs.

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Never again should a sensitive political investigation of a presidential campaign be initiated on wispy predication and be run by highly conflicted and biased headquarters executives abusing the most intrusive surveillance techniques available against U.S. citizens.

Let’s not fall for the clever deflection of the Comey team onto the “process” or subordinate agents and analysts. To do so will tie the hands of the skilled and dedicated men and women of the FBI who play by the rules and hold our national security in their hands.

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