Sunday, June 8, 2014

There They Go, Again ^ | June 8, 2014 | Paul Jacob
Seventy years ago, no one stormed Normandy beach to give one man the power to imprison or to execute anyone he or she decides is an enemy of the state. Freedom cannot survive in a society where the leaders — those wielding the power of the state — are not required to follow the rules. The President of the United States of America is no more above the law than any other citizen. This is fundamental to all that America stands for. And yet, last weekend, President Obama flagrantly violated a federal statute that he in fact personally signed into law. The statute states quite clearly that the president may not release prisoners held at the Guantanamo Bay brig — Gitmo, for short — without notifying Congress 30 days prior. There is no good excuse for failing to abide by the law. But the Obama Administration has enthralled the media with a plethora of poor ones. The Secretary of Defense and folks at the Justice Department signed off on it, we’re told. That’s no check on the president’s power; those folks work for Obama. But how about, “There wasn’t time”? Try that on the next traffic cop who pulls you over. They couldn’t tell because Congress might spill the beans. Gotta say that it’s smart to blame Congress. But no. The president issued a “signing statement” at the time he signed the bill, declaring that this specific 30-day provision was unconstitutional. Wait a second . . . didn’t Mr. Obama take an oath to uphold the Constitution? Then, wouldn’t it be a given that signing a statute into law he knew had an unconstitutional provision violates that oath? Oh, I guess I’m a stickler. So, once upon a time, was Sen. Barack Obama, who said in 2007, “While it is legitimate for a president to issue a signing statement to clarify his understanding of ambiguous provisions of statutes and to explain his view of how he intends to faithfully execute the law, it is a clear abuse of power to use such statements as a license to evade laws that the president does not like or as an end-run around provisions designed to foster accountability.” Mr. Obama added, “I will not use signing statements to nullify or undermine congressional instructions as enacted into law.” You can take that to the . . . pile. In effect, Obama’s signing statement on the defense bill in question, H.R. 3304, amounts to a line-item veto, which when passed by Congress years ago was struck down as unconstitutional. It is also a pocket veto, whereby there’s no procedure for both chambers of Congress to ever overturn the stealth signing statement veto. Back in 2006, the American Bar Association made the exact same charge against President George W. Bush's use of signing statements. If, like me, you’re no fan of the ABA, consider that the ABA quoted one of my favorite experts on the presidency to make their case. George Washington understood that the president “must approve all the parts of a bill, or reject it in toto.” Some may dismiss the 30-day legal mandate as no big deal, or as unwise, and thus determine that ignoring it is harmless — even beneficial. They’re wrong. When presidents break the law, it undermines the foundation of the rule of law, a critical building block of civilization. Moreover, such official lawlessness has hardly been limited to 30-day congressional notification requirements. President Obama and President Bush before him have not only claimed extraordinary executive powers, they’re used them. How many Fourth Amendment violations have occurred through the NSA programs disclosed by Edward Snowden? Mr. Obama has ordered the execution of three American citizens by drone strike without even bringing formal charges that they committed a crime. One of those Americans, Anwar Awlaki, was alleged to be a regional commander for al Qaida, but his 16-year old son was killed two weeks later without any apparent reason. How will we ever know for certain, though? The executions are secret and carried out without any check on the president’s life-and-death decision-making power. Perhaps, the biggest leap toward such awesome and unrestrained power in the chief executive came from President Bush’s decision to arrest Jose Padilla in a dirty-bomb plot, but to ignore his constitutional right to due process and hold Padilla as an “enemy combatant,” subjecting him to “advanced interrogation techniques” — even though Padilla is an American citizen and was arrested on U.S. soil. Mr. Bush called Padilla “a bad man.” Yes, but the president’s opinion on one’s goodness or badness is not how judicial matters are meant to be decided in America. After being forced by our courts to charge him or release him, Padilla was finally charged four years later — not for the dirty bomb plot that had made headlines when he was first arrested, but for conspiracy to support overseas terrorism. Our Founders wanted to prevent a king, a monarchy. But that’s far too close to what we’ve been left with, what with the Constitution now merely serving as a prop to pull out for tourists.

A list of Dos and Don’ts for understanding Barack Obama and Bowe Bergdahl

Communities Digital News ^ | June 8, 2014 | Bob Taylor
Amid the on-going uproar over the release of Bowe Bergdahl, here is a list of Dos and Don’ts to take away from the controversy. Do believe that President Barack Obama was sincere in his efforts to have Bergdahl released because it was politically motivated. Obama doesn’t get out of bed without making a political decision and the Bergdahl swap was no different. It was a miscalculation of the highest order because Mr. Obama, like the media who failed to vet the president during the campaign of 2008, has no concept whatsoever of military protocol or allegiance. For example, did you notice the president chewing gum during the D-Day celebration? Do not think for one second there was immediate urgency to have Bergdahl released for medical reasons. If that was the case, then why would 40 veterans have been wait-listed by the Veterans Administration so long that they eventually died in the process? Bergdahl’s health may be in questionable, but after five years in captivity, a few more weeks to justify his release would not have mattered. Do question the timing of Bergdahl’s release. It happened just as President Obama was departing for Europe which culminated in the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. Obama’s primary motivation was to showcase an opportunity for a slam-dunk in-your-face political maneuver that he thought would reinforce his appearance in Normandy. Instead he came up with an air ball and the military resented it. Do not buy into the media significance of Bergdahl’s conversion to Islam until all the facts are established. It is always a major victory for Islamists when they can boast about a Westerner who converts. I, myself, was offered $10,000 to convert to Islam while I was living in Saudi Arabia. If Sgt. Bergdahl willingly went over to the other side that is totally different than converting to Islam out of self-protection. Whether we accept the idea or not, millions of Muslims are people who have converted out of fear while under Islamic rule. Now if they renounce their “Islamic beliefs” they could be subject to death for apostasy. Bowe Bergdahl may have faced a similar situation. Do be upset that Bowe Bergdahl’s father spoke to his son in Pashto during a White House ceremony with Barack Obama. Not only was that an insult to our military, it also demonstrated a gross lack of compassion, understanding and consideration for the American people by both Barack Obama and Mr. Bergdahl to allow the White House to become a forum for Islamic recitation. Do not give a lot of importance to the fact that the released terrorists could have a major impact on future terror events. Indeed they could, but it should be noted that terrorism has a continuum for which there is constant efforts at jihad. Eliminating a single terrorist or keeping five in captivity is over-rated as a deterrent. What is more important is to educate ourselves about the nuances of Islamic beliefs and to better anticipate the way extremists think and how they operate. The “Taliban Five” may indeed be the worst of the worst, but there are plenty more jihadists in that part of the world who are willing to take their place immediately. Do ask yourself about Barack Obama’s commitment to American troops and diplomats in light of the events of Benghazi and the Marine who is still being held in captivity in a Mexican jail. True, there could be behind-the-scenes efforts to obtain the release of Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, but somehow there is a sense that, Tahmoressi’s case, the urgency just isn’t the same. Do not trust Barack Obama’s supposed concern for the military. As retired Col. Ralph Peters says, “This beautifully educated man, who never tires of letting us know how much smarter he is than the rest of us, never stopped to consider that our troops and their families might have been offended by their commander-in-chief staging a love-fest at the White House to celebrate trading five top terrorists for one deserter. The warmest attention our president has ever paid to a “military family” was to Mr. and Mrs. Bergdahl.” And finally, do go to the polls in November 2014 and again in 2016 and, this time, make your vote count for something worthwhile.

Obama Says He Will Break The Law Again, “Whenever I have an opportunity”, Signs of a Sociopath.

American Uncensored News Network ^ | 06-08-2014 | Dana Allen
"I make no apologies for it. It was a unanimous decision among my principals in my government, and a view that was shared by my Joint Chiefs of Staff. This is something I would do again and I will continue to do whenever I have an opportunity." President Obama President Obama claims the US Government is “His Government” and uses “I” and “My” 7 times in 17 seconds. His comments show the known signs of Narcissists and Sociopaths. Watch him say it here: He made the comments in regard to his illegal release of the Top Five Taliban Terrorists for known low level deserter Bergdahl. He made it also after some in Congress have threatened to impeach him if he breaks the law again. The photo at the top of the page shows Obama putting his shoe on the Oval Office desk. Would you even think of doing that in a friend’s office? The photo comes from the Whitehouse, these are the photos that Obama wants us to see. There are many more photos Obama has released of him putting his feet on the Oval Office Desk. Here are just three of them. Another sign of a sociopath is to show to themselves how powerful they are by being disrespectful to others and getting away with it. By saying he will break the law again “Whenever I can” and releasing photos of himself disrespecting the Oval Office, and being the first President I know of that claims the government is “His” and making absurd lies over and over again in public, Obama keeps proving to himself that he is “invincible”. Another sign of a sociopath.
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Just another side effect of Obamacare: Rx restrictions!

Goodrx ^ | 06/08/2014 | Americanbychoice4
Posted on Sunday, June 08, 2014 9:25:33 AM by americanbychoice3
For many Americans with health insurance, more than 50 popular brand-name drugs may no longer be covered starting in January 2014. Express Scripts and Caremark, companies that handles pharmacy benefits for more than 200 million Americans, are removing almost 50 brands from their formularies at the end of 2013. More information is below. What are Express Scripts and Caremark? Express Scripts and Caremark are companies that administer prescription drug benefits for many health insurance companies and Tricare. While you may have health insurance from Anthem, Aetna or another insurer, your pharmacy benefits are usually handled by these companies or their competitors. They also set the formulary for everyone under their prescription drug benefit. What does this change mean for you? The drugs listed below are brand names for which there may be a less expensive brand or generic alternative available. If your benefits are provided by Express Scripts or Caremark, you will pay the full cash price at the pharmacy for these brands in 2014. (You can see estimated cash prices on GoodRx by clicking on a pharmacy name after you look up a drug.) If your coverage is changing, talk to your doctor to see if a covered alternative might work for you. If you can’t switch, you may be able to use GoodRx or find patient assistance programs to help cover the cost. Which drugs are affected? Under Express Scripts, many asthma, COPD, and diabetes drugs will no longer be covered, as well as a number of heart meds, cancer treatments, hormones, and nasal sprays. Some of the most notable drugs that will no longer be covered: Advair HFA and Advair Diskus, Flovent HFA and Flovent Diskus, and Proventil HFA inhalers, diabetes meds Novolin, NovoLog, Victoza, and all blood glucose test strips and meters except OneTouch. These changes do not apply to Medicare plans; if your Medicare benefit is managed by Express Scripts, you should check your coverage with your pharmacist or online through the portal. Caremark also made significant changes in 2013, and is adding around thirty more exclusions in 2014. There is some overlap with Express Scripts on the drugs excluded, particularly when it comes to nasal sprays and hormones, and on the general categories covered, but most drugs appear only on one list or the other. For example, Caremark still covers insulins Novolin and NovoLog, while adding Humalog and Humulin to their exclusion list instead. See the excluded medications below. For a full list of excluded drugs and covered alternatives, see the Express Scripts list here and the Caremark list here. If you’re not sure which company provides your pharmacy benefit, contact your insurance company. 2014 Excluded Drugs (*drugs excluded by Caremark in 2013) Actos (Caremark) Lumigan* (Caremark) Maxair Autohaler* (both) Micardis (Express Scripts) Micardis HCT (Express Scripts) Nesina (both) Nipro Meters & Strips (Express Scripts) Novolin (Express Scripts) NovoLog (Express Scripts) Nutropin AQ* (both) Nutropin* (both) Oleptro* (Caremark) Omnaris* (both) Omnitrope* (both) Onglyza* (Caremark) Oseni (Caremark) Olux-E* (Caremark) Oxytrol* (Caremark) PegIntron (Express Scripts) Plavix (Caremark) Prevacid (Caremark) Protonix (Caremark) Proventil HFA (Express Scripts) QNASL* (Caremark) Rayos (Caremark) Rhinocort Aqua* (both) Riomet* (Caremark) Roche Meters & Strips (Express Scripts) Rozerem* (Caremark) Saizen* (both) Sanctura XR* (Caremark) Simponi (Express Scripts) Staxyn (Express Scripts) Stelara (Express Scripts) Suboxone film (Caremark) Testim* (both) Tev-Tropin* (both) Teveten HCT* (both) Teveten* (both) Toviaz* (Caremark) Tradjenta (Express Scripts) Tricor (Caremark) Tudorza Pressair (Caremark) Valtrex (Caremark) Ventolin HFA (Caremark) Veramyst* (both) Victoza (Express Scripts) Xeljanz (Express Scripts) Xopenex HFA* (both) Zetonna (both) Zioptan (Express Scripts) Lumigan* (Caremark) Maxair Autohaler* (both) Micardis (Express Scripts) Micardis HCT (Express Scripts) Nesina (both) Nipro Meters & Strips (Express Scripts) Novolin (Express Scripts) NovoLog (Express Scripts) Nutropin AQ* (both) Nutropin* (both) Oleptro* (Caremark) Omnaris* (both) Omnitrope* (both) Onglyza* (Caremark) Oseni (Caremark) Olux-E* (Caremark) Oxytrol* (Caremark) PegIntron (Express Scripts) Plavix (Caremark) Prevacid (Caremark) Protonix (Caremark) Proventil HFA (Express Scripts) QNASL* (Caremark) Rayos (Caremark) Rhinocort Aqua* (both) Riomet* (Caremark) Roche Meters & Strips (Express Scripts) Rozerem* (Caremark) Saizen* (both) Sanctura XR* (Caremark) Simponi (Express Scripts) Staxyn (Express Scripts) Stelara (Express Scripts) Suboxone film (Caremark) Testim* (both) Tev-Tropin* (both) Teveten HCT* (both) Teveten* (both) Toviaz* (Caremark) Tradjenta (Express Scripts) Tricor (Caremark) Tudorza Pressair (Caremark) Valtrex (Caremark) Ventolin HFA (Caremark) Veramyst* (both) Victoza (Express Scripts) Xeljanz (Express Scripts) Xopenex HFA* (both) Zetonna (both) Zioptan (Express Scripts) Advair Diskus (Express Scripts) Advair HFA (Express Scripts) Advicor* (Caremark) Altoprev* (Caremark) Alvesco (Caremark) Alvesco (Caremark) Androgel* (Caremark) Apidra (Express Scripts) Arthrotec* (Caremark) Asacol HD (Caremark) Atacand HCT* (Caremark) Atacand* (Caremark) Auvi-Q (Express Scripts) Avinza (Express Scripts) Bayer Meters & Strips (both) Beconase AQ* (both) Betaseron (Express Scripts) Bravelle (Express Scripts) Breo Ellipta (both) Cimzia (Express Scripts) Delzicol (Caremark) Detrol LA* (Caremark) Diovan HCT (Caremark) Dymista (Caremark) Edarbi* (both) Edarbyclor* (both) Exalgo (Express Scripts) Flector* (Caremark) Flovent Diskus (Express Scripts) Flovent HFA (Express Scripts) Follistim AQ (Express Scripts) Fortamet* (Caremark) Fortesta (Express Scripts) Genotropin* (Caremark) Glumetza* (Caremark) Hecoria* (Caremark) Humalog* (Caremark) Humulin* (Caremark) Intermezzo* (Caremark) Jalyn* (Caremark) Jentadueto (Express Scripts) Kadian (Express Scripts) Kazano (both) Kombiglyze XR* (Caremark) Lastacaft (Caremark) Lescol XL (Caremark) Levitra* (both) Lipitor (Caremark) Liptruzet (Caremark) Livalo* (Caremark) Lumigan* (Caremark) Maxair Autohaler* (both) Micardis (Express Scripts) Micardis HCT (Express Scripts) Nesina (both) Nipro Meters & Strips (Express Scripts) Novolin (Express Scripts) NovoLog (Express Scripts) Nutropin AQ* (both) Nutropin* (both) Oleptro* (Caremark) Omnaris* (both) Omnitrope* (both) Onglyza* (Caremark) Oseni (Caremark) Olux-E* (Caremark) Oxytrol* (Caremark) PegIntron (Express Scripts) Plavix (Caremark) Prevacid (Caremark) Protonix (Caremark) Proventil HFA (Express Scripts) QNASL* (Caremark) Rayos (Caremark) Rhinocort Aqua* (both) Riomet* (Caremark) Roche Meters & Strips (Express Scripts) Rozerem* (Caremark) Saizen* (both) Sanctura XR* (Caremark) Simponi (Express Scripts) Staxyn (Express Scripts) Stelara (Express Scripts) Suboxone film (Caremark) Testim* (both) Tev-Tropin* (both) Teveten HCT* (both) Teveten* (both) Toviaz* (Caremark) Tradjenta (Express Scripts) Tricor (Caremark) Tudorza Pressair (Caremark) Valtrex (Caremark) Ventolin HFA (Caremark) Veramyst* (both) Victoza (Express Scripts) Xeljanz (Express Scripts) Xopenex HFA* (both) Zetonna (both) Zioptan (Express Scripts)

Obama’s Master Plan ^ | June 8, 2014 | Bruce Bialosky
One might think that when a President is reeling from a scandal (VA) that has all sides of the political spectrum screaming for heads to roll and for criminal charges against government employees, that his Administration would take a break and wait for the air to clear. But no, not when you are a true believer, and that is what Barack Obama has finally shown himself to all to be. In one very short period, the President has tossed the Israeli government over the side, pushed for radical environmental rules that will by the EPA’s own estimates lower the earth’s temperature a fraction of a degree by the end of this century, gone in front of the graduating class of West Point and told them his goal is to make them superfluous, told the military he is capitulating on a war he himself stated was just and escalated in 2009, and now has released five top terrorists for what clearly is a soldier who deserted. The mind-numbing series of events happened so quickly that no one really strung them together. It was only after the harsh response to the swap of five top Taliban terrorists for Bowe Bergdahl that people started to get clarity. The first I saw was Dana Perino (former Press Secretary to George W. Bush) who stated that the swap is the beginning of the emptying of Guantanamo Bay in order to complete an Obama promise. After these five are gone, why hold onto to the lesser beings? That was later echoed by others, but it appears they may not see the big picture. This is a full-on onslaught of “we don’t care what you think; we are going to do whatever we want at this point.” We received some clarity when we were interviewing Patrick J. Michaels regarding Mr. Obama’s climate initiative. Michaels is one of the leading experts on climate in the world (past president of American Association of State Climatologists). He told us that the President has decided that he does not care about winning the Senate and has written off states like West Virginia and Kentucky. Michaels believes that Obama has made a decision that he can, in effect, go it alone the next couple of years regarding environmental issues, and that his policies will be so entrenched by the 2016 election that overturning them will not be possible. If you doubt the fact that Obama has decided on a ‘go it alone’ strategy, look at the reaction to some of his policies. The initiative by the EPA regarding carbon emissions has been roundly rejected by many Democrats up for election in the Senate and senatorial candidates. For example, Alison Grimes, who is running in Kentucky against Mitch McConnell for his senate seat, stated she would fight the EPA rules in the Senate. McConnell laughed that off, reminding everyone she would be voting for Harry Reid as majority leader and any attempt to overturn the rule would never come to the floor with him around. As for the Bergdahl debacle, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) complained of not receiving proper legal notification of the deal. The Obama team does not care that Ms. Feinstein’s feelings were hurt or the law was broken. The first question is why has Obama decided at this juncture to desert his party and go it alone on so many fronts? It seems on many levels that the Democrats’ opportunities are thin for either retaining the Senate or capturing the House. Though the Obamas are out there suckering people to write checks for the fall campaign, they realize that their window to fundamentally change America is quickly closing. The economy continues to languish and their only line of defense is Harry Reid in the Senate. Once the Senate turns Republican, it will be even more difficult to accomplish any of the radical agenda that Obama always wanted to accomplish. He meant it when he said he was going to fundamentally change America. The second question is what is next? There are a myriad of fronts. He could seriously advance the attempt to legalize more foreigners within our borders. He knows the Republicans will pass a bill he does not like and will be forced to sign once they have both houses. He will continue to further strangle the banking industry through the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and other methods, coming ever closer to nationalizing the banks. Since his Administration does not even abide by his own laws (Obamacare), the next line of attack could be almost anywhere. It is clear now that Obama wants to create a legacy at any cost. If that runs over allies (Canada, Israel), destroys industries (energy producers), or takes functional control of industries (banks), it is all for the greater good. When you know you are right there is no wrong.

Watch What You Say, The New Liberal Power Elite Won’t Tolerate Dissent!

New Geography ^ | 06/07/2014 | Joel Kotkin
In ways not seen since at least the McCarthy era, Americans are finding themselves increasingly constrained by a rising class—what I call the progressive Clerisy—that accepts no dissent from its basic tenets. Like the First Estate in pre-revolutionary France, the Clerisy increasingly exercises its power to constrain dissenting views, whether on politics, social attitudes or science. An alliance of upper level bureaucrats and cultural elites, the Clerisy, for for all their concerns about inequality, have thrived, unlike most Americans, in recent years. They also enjoy strong relations with the power structure in Washington, Silicon Valley, Hollywood and Wall Street. As the modern clerisy has seen its own power grow, even while the middle class shrinks, it has used its influence to enforce a prescribed set of acceptable ideas. On everything from gender and sexual preference to climate change, those who dissent from the official pieties risk punishment. This power has been seen recently in a host of cancellations of commencement speakers. Just in the past few months Ayaan Hirsi Ali, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde, and former UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau, have been prevented from speaking by campus virtue squads whose sensibilities they had offended.

Justice Alito's vote will be key in 3 cases challenging Obama's power!

Los Angeles Times ^ | June 8, 2014 | by David G. Savage
This month, the court will decide three more direct challenges to Obama's policies in which Alito's vote will be key. The justices will rule on whether the president exceeded his authority in making recess appointments and whether his environmental regulators went too far by requiring permits for new power plants to show they are reducing greenhouse gases. And in the most far-reaching case, the high court will decide whether business owners have a religious-freedom right to refuse to pay for contraceptives for female employees, as required under the president's healthcare law. With Alito, the court has become a check on the White House, much like then-Sen. Obama called for in 2006 when he joined an unsuccessful filibuster against Alito's confirmation. "We need a court that is independent," Obama said — one that "is going to provide some check on the executive branch."
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Susan Rice Turns Up at Normandy, Steps on Rake

June 6, 2014 Bryan Preston Obama National Security Adviser Susan Rice is pretty unhappy at you people in the media. All she did was claim that a man the military believes deserted his post and wound up in the hands of the Taliban served in the military with “honor and distinction.”We all misunderstood her. We thought “honor” and “distinction” actually meant something. Rice got cornered by CNN’s Jim Acosta at the Normandy invasion commemoration today, and he peppered her with questions about those two words.(For you millennials who attended public schools where heroic American history is no longer taught, the Normandy invasion is kind of a big deal. Bigger than Kanye and Kim’s wedding, even. Seriously. You should ask your teachers why they didn’t tell you about it.)Rice did her best to devalue both honor and distinction.
In a Sunday appearance on ABC’s This Week, Rice insisted that Bergdahl “served the United States with honor and distinction.”“I realize there has been a lot of discussion and controversy around this,” Rice said of her remarks from Sunday. “What I was referring to is the fact that this was a young man who volunteered to serve his country in uniform at a time of war. That in itself is a very honorable thing.”“But ‘honor and distinction?’” Acosta asked.“Jim, really,” Rice replied. “This is a young man whose circumstances we are still going to learn about.”“He is, as all Americans, innocent until proven guilty,” she continued.
Let’s pause right there, to note that Rice’s boss and his associates frequently call Republicans “terrorists” when refusing to negotiate with them. Her boss and his associates then negotiated with actual terrorists.
“He is now being tried in the court of public opinion after having gone through enormously traumatic five years of captivity. His parents, the same.”
So there you have it. While Susan Rice stood on soil won by the blood and toil of allied troops 70 years ago today, she devalued everything that they did. They served with honor and distinction and bravery and selflessness, and 9,000 of them died in that invasion. They defeated the Nazis and won our freedom.What they did, and what Bowe Bergdahl did when he walked off his post, amount to the same thing in Susan Rice’s mind.Mediaite has video of the exchange at the link above.Related: Susan Rice Defends, Rewrites Her ‘Honor and Distinction’ Statement

More Smart Cars Tipped in Overnight Pranks in San Francisco's Twin Peaks, Cole Valley! ^ | 6-7-14 | unknown
Two more instances of Smart car "tipping" occurred overnight in San Francisco's Twin Peaks and Cole Valley neighborhoods, according to police. The latest "tippings" of the small two-seat cars were reported at 3:41 a.m. at Clayton Street and Parnassus Avenue and at 5:38 a.m. in the 1300 block of Clayton Street, near 17th Street, according to police. These incident follow a series of tippings reported about two months ago. Three Smart cars were tipped early one morning in April within a 10-block radius near Bernal Heights. The prank is considered felony vandalism, according to police.
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