Friday, July 25, 2014

President Obama Arrives in L.A. for 2-Day Visit, Creating Rush-Hour Traffic; Road Closures Go Into Effect

Hundreds of invited guests greeted President Barack Obama with applause at a star-studded event at the Los Angeles area home of television producer Shonda Rhimes on Wednesday after donating between $1,000 and $30,000 each.
President Obama arrived at LAX on July 23, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)
President Obama arrived at LAX on July 23, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)
But while some welcomed the president’s arrival, others were frustrated with the snarled traffic it created in areas that his motorcade went through.
The president arrived in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon for a two-day visit to Southern California for a pair of fundraisers and a speech at a Los Angeles trade college.
Air Force One touched down at Los Angeles International Airport just before 3 p.m. Wednesday, and Obama was flown via Marine One to Los Angeles High School, and then driven to a Beverly Hills hotel just before 3:30 p.m., according to reporters traveling with the president.

Read KTLA's story here:

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Dui traffic accident Flordia Ave & Columbia St

Pics by 
Ashley Hinson

Dui accident on Flordia and Columbia in Hemet.

The driverwas under the influence. But supposedly because the EMT drew blood without a witness they can't charge him with a DUI.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Tuesday, a federal appeals court slapped down the Obama care administration in a 2-1 ruling that could kill the president’s signature health care law.

Tuesday, a federal appeals court slapped down the Obama administration in a 2-1 ruling that could kill the president’s signature health care law. If upheld by the Supreme Court, the ruling would force Congress back to the drawing boards to design a health law that is actually affordable, rather than bearing the false title “Affordable Care Act.”
The ruling in Halbig v. Burwell bars the federal government from handing out taxpayer-funded subsidies to people who buy ObamaCare plans in nearly two-thirds of the states. Those subsidies took the sting out of being forced to buy pricey ObamaCare plans. If the ruling sticks, buyers in those states will have to pay full price, on average a whopping four times the subsidized price they paid this year.
Quadrupling the price would likely trigger a mass exodus out of the plans,causing what the insurance industry calls a “death spiral.”
The ruling by the influential appeals court for the District of Columbia also chastised the Obama administration for rewriting the law to suit its own ends. 
Halbig is the latest in a series of warnings from federal judges that in America, the rule of law is king, not Mr. Obama.

Judge Thomas B. Griffith, writing for the majority, declared: "The Constitution assigns the legislative power to Congress, and to Congress alone."
No more governing by fiat, Mr. President.
The businesses and individuals who sued in Halbig argued that the actual wording of the Affordable Care Act allows the IRS to provide subsidies (via a tax credit) only to buyers in states that established state exchanges. Section 1401 of that law unambiguously states that subsidies will be made available “through an exchange established by the state.” 
The subsidies were intended as a carrot to persuade states to establish exchanges. But surprise, only 14 states went along. The others, mostly led by Republican governors, refused. 
Late in the game, the Obama administration had to establish the federal exchange to get ObamaCare launched in those uncooperative states.
In 2012, the Congressional Research Service cautioned that the text of the law indicated “the IRS’s authority to issue the premium tax credits is limited only to situations in which the taxpayer is enrolled in a state established Exchange.” 
Yet when the Obama administration launched the federal exchange last fall, IRS officials dispensed tax credit subsidies in all fifty states, despite being warned they were violating the law.
Lawyers for the administration told the appeals court judges that regardless of what section 1401 says, Congress envisioned offering subsidies to buyers nationwide. The Court didn’t buy it.
"The fact is that the legislative record provides little indication one way or other of congressional intent," wrote Judge Griffith
No wonder. ObamaCare was crammed through the Senate on Christmas Eve, 2009, before lawmakers had read it, much less debated it.
What is clear is that without subsidies, the Affordable Care Act is just the opposite -- hugely unaffordable. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, 87% of people who signed up for ObamaCarefor 2014 qualified for subsidies, and on average they paid 76% less than the true cost of their plan. $82 a month instead of $376 a month. That $82 price tag didn’t mean ObamaCare had succeeded in lowering health insurance costs. It just shifted the cost from premium payers to taxpayers.

The Court ruled "with reluctance," Judge Griffith said  "At least until states that wish to can set up Exchanges, our ruling will likely have significant consequences both for the millions of individuals receiving tax credits through federal Exchanges and for health insurance markets more broadly. But, high as those stakes are, the principle of legislative supremacy that guides us is higher still."
The judges made it clear that either Congress must act to change the law (highly unlikely) or states must establish their own exchanges (also unlikely), or ObamaCare will collapse due to its unaffordable premiums.
Yesterday’s ruling put ObamaCare in legal limbo. Expect the administration to request an en banc hearing before the entire 11-judge appeals court, which is weighted in their favor with seven Democratic appointees. En banc hearings are not always granted even on issues as monumental as this. Either way, this controversy is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Three other federal appeals courts are deciding challenges almost identical to Halbig. A disagreement among any of them will force the high court to rule.

Judges don’t like to be overruled. Twice in recent months the Supreme Court has emphatically declared that the executive branch of government must execute the laws, not rewrite them. Down the street at the DC Court of Appeals, the judges were listening.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

EJ the crazy guy with the lazy eye interviews Mona S. Jhaveri, Ph.D. with Sound Affect Life bringing you very valuable information about cancer research

EJ the crazy guy with the lazy eye interviews Mona S. Jhaveri, Ph.D. with Sound Affect Life bringing you very valuable information about cancer research and cancer develpoment revealing to you what happens to all the money you spend for cancer research and after the cure is found that money is wasted due to it will never hit the public ! 

Mona exposes to you who you need to invest your money into is the AFTER DEVELOPMENT to make sure this cure reaches the public !


Monday, July 14, 2014

Ronnie Hudson - Known as the La Legend and played bass at Stax Records will be busting out in tour this year

Being Promoted by Eddie George with " The Crazy Guy with the Lazy Eye 
To schedule for Ronnie Hudson to appear and perform in a show Contact Eddie George with Hemetradio at 951-305-7605 or Email  

Ronnie Hudson's story-from him...
Artist and innovative bassist, composer and producer, Ronnie Hudson, has for decades made his mark in the world of music. With passion and artistry, Ronnie has skillfully crossed over many musical genres from R&B and funk to hip hop, smooth jazz and gospel.

Reared in Washington D.C., Ronnie began developing his craft at the early age of sixteen, playing bass in the band of his friend and mentor, Charles Harrington. He eventually started his own band Chapter One, With Al Johnson, after playing with Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers.
He later moved to Memphis Tennessee to become one of Stax Records renowned recording bassist. At Stax Records Ronnie recorded and toured with Isaac Hayes on his Grammy winning sound track for 70'hit movie, Shaft, and multi platinum, Black Moses. He also recorded and co-produced super hits with good friends, Rufus Thomas on the Breakdown, and Luther Ingram on If (Loving you is wrong I don't want to be right.) These projects name just a few of the major hits with which Ronnie was involved.
Ronnie Hudson blazed his own trail in the hip-hop genre with multi platinum recording, West coast poplock. Dr.Dre and many other artists including 2pac with California Love and Snoop Dawgg with the Poplock 2 have covered this imaginative and versatile song. If you are a gamer you will recognize this song featured in the video game, Grand Theft Auto.
Some of Ronnie Hudson's best work is yet to be heard. He will soon be releasing the Gospel CD, Signs of the times. That he has dedicated to his late mother Kathleen Goss and to all mothers, and friends. Like many, Ronnie has a passion for Gospel music and it is beautifully expressed in this moving and personal journey of the soul. He hopes this CD will capture the Stellar Award, as Signs of the Times is truly that of the present as well as the future.
Ronnie will keep on writing, recording and performing with his nine piece band, The Street People, for many years to come. Music is as much apart of Ronnie Hudson as his breath: hence music lovers of every generation will continue to be moved and inspired by this pioneering artist.
In the forming of the Street People Band (9 piece), Ronnie Hudson assembled the finest professionals in the industry. Consisting of a three man horn section, upright piano, guitar, percussions and drums, with Ronnie Hudson holding down the bass guitar, the band is paired with powerful and moving vocals.
What audiences will most appreciate is the rich tapestry of rhythm and melody that is woven throughout every piece of music. Whether playing familiar favorites or original compositions, Ronnie Hudson and his accomplished professional musicians bring their own innovative perspective and charismatic stage presence that sets their performances apart. Well versed in many musical genres from both smooth jazz and R & B, Ronnie Hudson and The Street People Band enchant audiences of every generation and palette.
Audiences around the globe have been moved by “California Love” by Tupac Shakur for years. The originating song “West Coast Pop Lock” by Ronnie Hudson and his Street People Band could be a great focus cover story (Rolling Stone) for a song that has inspired a legend in his own time.
Also in the media 

Ronnie Hudson just dropped a track with West Coast Pop Lock 2020 ft. Snoop Dogg, Too Short, E-40, Celly Cel, Rappin' 4 Tay, Zapp Troutman & Funkmaster Ozone 

Ronnie Hudson also shared the stage on 2012 skid row in LA as you can watch below as well.
bringing you CALIFORNIA LOVE in which Ronnie Hudson Wrote the Chorus to with Tupac

Saturday, July 5, 2014

BREAKING NEWS- Mike Swagger Aka tha one and Eddie George releases new Music video "Summertime in Southern California "

We are proud to announce and share the new release of one of california's newest hot tracks By Mike Swagger Aka Tha One "Summertime In Southern California .

Mike Swagger shot the scenes in his music video Summertime in Southern California starting in Riverside Ca then into Oceanside, Ca then last scenes were shot at Vista Gardens Apartments Pool party in Hemet Ca. 

This video was Filmed by EJ ,The Crazy guy with the Lazy Eye ( Eddie George) with and The video was Edited by K-trey from Hemet Ca .



Friday, July 4, 2014

Happy Independence Day Hemet! We will have extra officers out today for enforcement needs. Please do not celebrate with illegal fireworks or firearms.

Happy Independence Day Hemet! We will have extra officers out today for enforcement needs. Please do not celebrate with illegal fireworks or firearms.
The PD would like to thank our Hemet Public Works Department for getting up the US Flags on Florida Ave. They make the area look very patriotic. Have a great holiday.
Be safe!

Thursday, July 3, 2014

An Anaheim couple has been arrested for allegedly keeping their 11-year-old severely autistic son inside a large dog kennel.

An Anaheim couple has been arrested for allegedly keeping their 11-year-old severely autistic son inside a large dog kennel.
Police discovered the metal cage inside the home of Loi Vu and Tracy Le while officers were assisting with a possible child abuse investigation.
Preliminary evidence suggested the parents kept the boy in the kennel as a way to try to control his "outbursts," police said.
Read KTLA's story here:
Loi Vu, 40, and Tracy Trang Le, 35, were booked on suspicion
 of felony child endangerment and false imprisonment.

The boy and his two younger siblings were taken into protective custody

                                    Investigators removed the dog kennel from the home on Tuesday.
 Police said the investigation was ongoing.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Video: Trucker pulled over for honking horn at speeding officer turns the tables on cop

 A video posted to YouTube by a truck driver named Brian Miner captures an exchange between an Illinois State Police trooper and Miner that starts contentiously, and ends without Miner being issued a citation he was threatened with.
As the trooper opens the door to the cab, he tells Miner he’s been pulled over for unlawful use of a horn. Miner rebuffs him, saying he was honking at the trooper who he accused of being on a cell phone while speeding.

The two continue a frosty exchange to a point where the trooper tells Miner he’s going to be ticketed, and Miner tells the trooper he’s being recorded.
After the revelation, the trooper’s behavior changes dramatically, so far to the point that by the end of the traffic stop the trooper apologizes for speeding, saying he wasn’t paying attention. He didn’t write Miner a ticket, saying he didn’t want to hurt his record.

Vista Gardens Apartments Pool Party Hemet California

We would like to say thankyou for everyone who came out to the
 Vista Gardens Pool Reopening party
here at our apartment complex. 
We all had a great time enjoyed some great hot dogs by
our old maintenance man good ole Steve himself ! 

We are still editing this video due to we had a lot of good footage's
 and we want to make sure everyone is in the video !  So make sure you stay tuned into for the release... 

You can add us on facebook at and watch for the post
when our video is published.

If the apartment complex will hurry up and fix our cable line that runs from the main box outside to our apartment we can have good internet to finish this video but until they fix it we have 20 seconds of internet every 4 mins so lot of sitting and waiting !


Thursday, June 26, 2014

Trick Trick Speaks On Rick Ross/”No Fly Zone” Situation

I am glad to be a nerdy kinda guy. Because these dudes ain’t playing. The word on the streets is BIG MEECH himself, put the word out on Rick Ross and that was executed by others, possibly Trick Trick. Now, if you didn’t know, Trick Trick issued a PSA about his involvement or non-involvement in the case. I wasn’t clear after the video ended, but it sure seemed like it. Also, the Detroit concert in question was on Big Meech’s birthday, which may have been a cause for contention especially if Rozay planned to rock his biggest hit (“B.M.F.”). Now if you don’t know Meech, I suggest you google that, but its well known you don’t mess with him or BMF. Seems like some folks feel Ross should have paid his hood tax, but Trick Trick said he personally didn’t do anything like that. By the way, Meech is serving a 30-year prison term so he’s exercising his power from there.

(AllHipHop News) Earlier this week Rick Ross finally addressed the cancellation of his performance at Hot 107.5′s Summer Jamz concert in Detroit, and now the other person linked to the incident is speaking out about the situation.
The reason Ross was blocked from the venue that night was allegedly tied to rapper Trick Trick’s “No Fly Zone” rules. In a video message, Trick expresses his anger that his movement has been misinterpreted and that whatever happened between he and Ross does not belong in the media.
My “No Fly Zone” ain’t about taking nobody’s money. I don’t want your motherf**king money. Nobody. What the f**k I look like telling somebody you got to pay me to come to my town? Don’t you think I would have been in f**king prison if that’s what was going on? And as far as the incident the other day, you see what the f**k the police said – no arrests were made. So what the f**k did I do wrong? That man said didn’t nothing happen to him. He’s correct, nothing happened to him.
Nobody had the right to be making no mini-documentaries and putting it out in the atmosphere any-motherf**king-way. It didn’t belong out there. Y’all should have been talking about all the great artists that did perform that evening. The good part about it instead of going right after the negativity. Y’all got the game f**ked up.
That’s what wrong with this motherf**ker now. Ain’t nobody talking about no music. That man’s a musician. I’m a musician. Our business don’t belong on the Internet. It ain’t none of your motherf**king business what me and that man [have] going on or what the f**k happened that day.
The mini-documentary Trick is referring to is a YouTube video created by Hot 107.5 that showed footage of the station’s Jay Hicks telling the crowd at the concert that Ross was not hitting the stage because he was “in fear of his life.” The video also featured different radio personalities explaining Trick’s “No Fly Zone.” It has since been taken down from the Internet.

Trick goes on to apologize to concert goers upset over not being able to see Ross perform at the show, and he states artists are welcome to come to Detroit as long as they connect with him or one of the city’s “representatives” to offer support to the citizens. He also asserts his only goal is to teach his brothers how to stand up for what they believe in in a nonviolent way.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Two arrests were made, and several items of evidence related to the crime of human trafficking were seized by R.C.A.H.T.

Search Warrant Leads to Arrests

Hemet Police Human Trafficking Arrests
On June 18th, 2014, members of the Hemet Police R.O.C.S. Team (Restoring Our Community Strategy) and Regional Gang Task Force, in cooperation with the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Team (R.C.A.H.T.) served a search warrant in the 1100 block of Rosalia Avenue in Hemet.
This operation is part of an on-going investigation of human trafficking which is being investigated by R.C.A.H.T. The early morning operation was peaceful, and the residents inside the home were cooperative.
Two arrests were made, and several items of evidence related to the crime of human trafficking were seized by R.C.A.H.T. Detectives. This case involves human trafficking which is occurring in various locations throughout Riverside, Orange, and San Bernardino Counties.
Arrested were:
Dontae Wade - 33 years, and Precious Powers - 30 years, both are Hemet Residents.
Charges include:
False Imprisonment, Pimping, and Cruelty to a Child.
Victims of human trafficking are trapped in lives of misery, often beaten, starved and forced to work as prostitutes. If you or someone you know are the victim of human trafficking, please report it! You may call the Hemet Police Department at (951) 765-2400 or call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) at 1-888-373-7888.
NHTRC is a national, toll-free hotline, with specialists available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year related to potential trafficking victims, suspicious behaviors, and/or locations where trafficking is suspected to occur.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Ej your radio Dj The Crazy guy with the lazy eye Radio Show on Wula Radio 96.5 FM discussing What Cancer Patients go thru when fighting Cancer

Ej your radio Dj The Crazy guy with the lazy eye Radio Show on Wula Radio 96.5 FM discussing What Cancer Patients go thru when fighting Cancer .

We have on the show Auburn Grace Journey who is a 16 month baby who beat a very rare cancer called Primitive Myxoid Mesenchymal Tumor of Infancy Only 14 cases in the world and she is the first to beat it !

Also a cancer patient in Hemet Ca Chris Butler telling you how her life is each day and what she goes thru fighting this cancer.

 WHAT IS Primitive Myxoid Mesenchymal Tumor of Infancy CANCER ?

 Soft tissue sarcomas in the first year of life are rare, and the most common sarcomas in infancy are embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma, Ewing sarcoma/primitive neuroectodermal tumor, congenital infantile fibrosarcoma, and primitive sarcomas such as undifferentiated sarcoma. In this study, we report 14 cases of a primitive myxoid mesenchymal tumor of infancy (PMMTI), which previously may have been included under the diagnostic categories of congenital-infantile fibrosarcoma or infantile fibromatosis.

 PMMTI occurred in 14 infants, 3 of whom had a congenital presentation of a soft tissue mass. All patients were otherwise healthy. The tumors occurred on the trunk, extremities, and head and neck

. Grossly, the tumors were nonencapsulated and had a multinodular appearance with focal infiltrative growth, a white fleshy cut surface, and a tumor diameter ranging from 2 to 15 cm. Histologically, a diffuse growth of primitive spindle, polygonal, and round cells occurred in a myxoid background. The tumor cells were arranged in a vaguely nodular pattern with peripheral collagenized stroma, higher cellularity at the periphery, and a delicate vascular network in the background.

 Immunohistochemically, the tumors displayed diffuse reactivity for vimentin and no reactivity for smooth muscle actin, muscle specific actin, desmin, S-100 protein, or myogenin. Electron microscopy documented a poorly differentiated fibroblastic proliferation.

 Four cases tested negative for the ETV6-NTRK3 gene fusion by RT-PCR. One tumor had a complex karyotypic abnormality with rearrangements involving chromosomes Y, 9, and 3. Three patients had recurrences or metastasis treated with a combination of surgery and chemotherapy.

One patient is alive with persistent locally aggressive disease, 2 are alive with no evidence of recurrence, 1 had a recurrence treated surgically without further follow-up information, 1 patient died with persistent tumor and sepsis 6 weeks after diagnosis, and 1 patient was lost to follow-up.

The morphologic appearance combined with the ultrastructural features and absence of the typical gene rearrangement of congenital-infantile fibrosarcoma are unique, and we propose that PMMTI represents a new category of pediatric fibroblastic-myofibroblastic tumor.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Father killed on Fathers Day while attempting to stop daughter from driving drunk



Riverside police investigate an accident on Bush Avenue in Riverside on Friday, June 13, 2014, in which a woman backed a car into her father. (BRIAN ROKOS, STAFF)
Riverside police investigate an accident on Bush Avenue in Riverside on Friday, June 13, 2014, in which witnesses said a woman backed a car into her father. (BRIAN ROKOS, STAFF)
The driver of the vehicle that backed over her father on Bush Avenue is led away in handcuffs after she was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Friday, June 13, in Riverside. (BRIAN ROKOS, STAFF)
The driver of the vehicle that backed over her father on Bush Avenue is led away in handcuffs after she was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Friday, June 13, in Riverside. (BRIAN ROKOS, STAFF)
Update: information on life of victim
By Stephen Wall and Brian Rokos
A Riverside man who was killed after trying to prevent his daughter from driving drunk worked for the Laos government aiding the U.S. efforts in the Vietnam War, according to a man who identified himself as his son-in-law.
Bounmy Rajsombath, 69, was killed Friday, June 13, after he stood behind his daughter’s car when she backed out of the garage and struck him in the driveway, witnesses told police.

Citing witness statements, Riverside police said Soukvilay Barton had been drinking alcohol and arguing with family members Friday at their home in the 14000 block of Bush Avenue in the Canyon Crest area.
She was upset and planned to leave in her blue, 2003 BMW convertible, police said.

Rajsombath was pronounced dead at Riverside Community Hospital. Barton, 37, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and gross vehicle manslaughter. She remained in custody Saturday at Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside. Bail was set at $75,000, according to jail records.

Rajsombath was a high-ranking military officer in the Laos defense department – the country’s equivalent of The Pentagon, the man who identified himself as his son-in-law said Saturday, June 14.
Rajsombath ran a refugee camp in Thailand for people who were fleeing Laos to escape the communist insurgency during the Vietnam War, said the man, who asked not to be identified.

“He had to swim across the Mekong River to get to Thailand because the communists had come to kill him,” said the man, who spoke in front of the home with a large American flag above the garage. “They were killing all the Laos military that helped the United States.”

Rajsombath came to the United States in 1979 and settled in Santa Ana with his wife, Sinh. The couple, who moved to Riverside two years ago, had two sons and two daughters, the man said.
Rajsombath worked for many years as a plumber before injuring his arm in a fall about 10 years ago, the man said.
Despite his handicap, Rajsombath continued to offer his services at no charge for people who couldn’t afford it, the man said.

“He was a person that everybody loved,” he said. “He was a very respected man in the Laos community.”
The man declined to discuss the incident that led to Rajsombath’s death.
“I’m very sad. I’m sick,” he said.
Anyone with additional information on the crash is asked to call Detective Rick Prince at 951-826-8722.