May 23, 2014 Day 124 of the Sixth Year - History

10:00AM THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
Oval Office

10:45AM THE PRESIDENT meets with travel and tourism industry CEO’s and senior executives
The Roosevelt Room

1:05PM THE PRESIDENT departs the White House

South Lawn

1:20PM THE PRESIDENT departs Joint Base Andrews

2:30PM THE PRESIDENT arrives in New York

Griffiss International Airport

Open Press

3:25PM THE PRESIDENT tours the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Cooperstown, New York

3:55PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Cooperstown, New York

4:55PM THE PRESIDENT departs New York
Griffiss International Airport

Open Press

5:50PM THE PRESIDENT arrives in Chicago, Illinois

Chicago O'Hare International Airport

7:00PM THE PRESIDENT attends a DSCC reception
Private Residence, Chicago, Illinois

8:25PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks and answers questions at a DSCC dinner
Private Residence, Chicago, Illinois

Justin Turner

Draft: Drafted by the New York Yankees in the 29th round of the 2005 MLB June Amateur Draft from California State University, Fullerton (Fullerton, CA) and the Cincinnati Reds in the 7th round of the 2006 MLB June Amateur Draft from California State University, Fullerton (Fullerton, CA).

Debut: September 8, 2009 (Age 24-289d, 19,667th in major league history)
vs. BOS 2 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB

Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 2011 season

2021 Contract Status: Signed thru 2022, 2 yrs/$34M (21-22) & 23 team option

Service Time (01/2021): 10.045 &bull Free Agent: 2023

Agents: The Legacy Agency

Full Name: Justin Matthew Turner

More bio, uniform, draft, salary info


Batting Finders & Advanced Stats

Fielding Finders & Advanced Stats

More Justin Turner Pages at Baseball Reference

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2021 Dodgers
(44-28, 2nd place in NL West)


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  • Following impeachment hearings started on May 9Richard Nixon becomes the first US president forced to resign after the Watergate Scandal on August 9th

The Watergate Scandal began in 1972 at the beginning of Nixon's second term as US president and it was related to his involvement in illegal activities within his administration. This included the break-in at the Democratic party headquarters by Nixon associates to sabotage political opponents.

There were also taped conversations that Nixon refused to release to investigators that were thought to reveal his knowledge of the corruption and wrongdoing within his administration. Nixon resigned in order to avoid the disgrace of a trial and subsequent removal from office. His vice president, Gerald Ford, took office after him and soon gave Nixon a full pardon for his wrongdoing.

Long Island by the Numbers

School district residents went to the polls Tuesday to vote on budgets and members of their local boards for the coming school year. Here are the latest results from LI's 124 districts.

Long Island school districts are proposing to increase property tax levies by 1.38% to nearly $9.3 billion for the 2021-22 school year.

More than half of students across 57 Long Island school districts in grades 3-8 eligible to take the state ELA exam refused, according to a Newsday survey.

More than half of students across 61 Long Island school districts in grades 3-8 eligible to take the state ELA exam refused, according to a Newsday survey.

Nassau County paid 14,750 employees or former employees a total of $1,041,862,380.73 in 2020, an increase of 3.6% from the year before.

Suffolk County paid 12,359 employees or former employees a total of $1,087,665,098 in 2020, an increase of 3.6% from the year before.

The State Legislature has approved a plan for more than $3.6 billion in aid to public school districts on Long Island.

State parks on Long Island saw 32.1 million visitors last year, up from 26.9 million visitors in 2019.

Federal and state financial aid to Long Island school districts would rise by just 1.15% next year, according to a Newsday analysis of Gov. Cuomo's proposed budget.

Long Island's high school Class of 2020 had a graduation rate of 91.5%, according to state Education Department data.

See the latest official snowfall totals from Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton and the National Weather Service.

The majority of LI public schools started the school year teaching students both in-person and online under a hybrid model, according to a Newsday analysis.

The Senate has voted on 24 Supreme Court nominees since Lyndon Johnson took office in the 1960s, confirming 21 and rejecting three.

The town board approved raises for 151 town employees from May through August, paying these employees $1 million more than it did in 2019.

More than 65,000 Payment Protection Program loans have been made out to LI businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.

Reserve funds are up to a record $2.6 billion across Long Island, and questions about state and federal funding could mean districts will dig into them soon.

Long Island school districts plan to spend $13.4 billion in the 2020-21 school year, which would represent an average spending hike of 1.8%, or about $242 million, if approved.

The State Legislature has approved a plan for slightly more than $3.3 billion in aid to public school districts on Long Island.

Long Island school districts are planning to ask for more than $9.2 billion in tax levies this spring for their 2020-21 budgets, a 2.58% increase.

Tax bills for more than 205,000 properties are projected to rise under Laura Curran’s plan, according to new county projections.

Cash reserves held by Long Island school districts have grown to a record $2.6 billion regionwide, including money earmarked for dealing with emergencies such as the coronavirus pandemic, according to the state Education Department.

Is Spring Getting Shorter?

The current seasonal lengths for the Northern Hemisphere are (approximately):

  • Summer — 93.641 days
  • Autumn — 89.834 days
  • Winter — 88.994 days
  • Spring — 92.771 days

As you can see, the warm seasons, spring and summer, combined are 7.584 days longer than the colder seasons, fall and winter (good news for warm weather admirers!).

However, spring is currently being reduced by approximately one minute per year and winter by about one-half a minute per year. Summer is gaining the minute lost from spring, and autumn is gaining the half a minute lost from winter.

Winter is the shortest astronomical season, and with its seasonal duration continuing to decrease, it is expected to attain its minimum value — 88.71 days — by about the year 3500.

Flowers (44 Cards)

New Year Like A Rose.

Roses For 365 Days.

New Year Wish With Roses.

  • Colorful And Bright.
  • New Year.
  • A New Year Romantic.
  • New Year Friendship.
  • Roses For A Loved.
  • A Warm New Year Wish.
  • New Year Bouquet Of.
  • For A Beautiful.
  • Bouquet Of Wishes.
  • Let The New Year.
  • Flowers For 365.
  • Wish You Joy And.
  • New Year Wishes.
  • Happy New Year Flowers.
  • Wish You The Best.
  • Fresh Flowers For.
  • Refreshing New Year.
  • Start Your New Year.

When it comes to spreading joy among your loved ones in the New Year, there is no better way to do it than with flowers. Spread the spirit of the New Year among your friends. Browse all 44 cards »

Law enforcement took more stuff from people than burglars did last year

Here's an interesting factoid about contemporary policing: In 2014, for the first time ever, law enforcement officers took more property from American citizens than burglars did. Martin Armstrong pointed this out at his blog, Armstrong Economics, last week.

Officers can take cash and property from people without convicting or even charging them with a crime — yes, really! — through the highly controversial practice known as civil asset forfeiture. Last year, according to the Institute for Justice, the Treasury and Justice departments deposited more than $5 billion into their respective asset forfeiture funds. That same year, the FBI reports that burglary losses topped out at $3.5 billion.

Armstrong claims that "the police are now taking more assets than the criminals," but this isn't exactly right: The FBI also tracks property losses from larceny and theft, in addition to plain ol' burglary. If you add up all the property stolen in 2014, from burglary, theft, motor vehicle theft and other means, you arrive at roughly $12.3 billion, according to the FBI. That's more than double the federal asset forfeiture haul.

One other point: Those asset forfeiture deposit amounts are not necessarily the best indicator of a rise in the use of forfeiture. "In a given year, one or two high-dollar cases may produce unusually large amounts of money — with a portion going back to victims — thereby telling a noisy story of year-to-year activity levels," the Institute for Justice explains. A big chunk of that 2014 deposit, for instance, was the $1.7 billion Bernie Madoff judgment, most of which flowed back to the victims.

For that reason, the net assets of the funds are usually seen as a more stable indicator — those numbers show how much money is left over in the funds each year after the federal government takes care of various obligations, like payments to victims. Since this number can reflect monies taken over multiple calendar years, it's less comparable to the annual burglary statistics.

Still, even this more stable indicator hit $4.5 billion in 2014, according to the Institute for Justice — higher again than the burglary losses that year.

One final caveat is that these are only the federal totals and don't reflect how much property is seized by state and local police each year. Reliable data for all 50 states is unavailable, but the Institute of Justice found that the total asset forfeiture haul for 14 states topped $250 million in 2013. The grand 50-state total would probably be much higher.

Still, boil down all the numbers and caveats above and you arrive at a simple fact: In the United States, in 2014, more cash and property transferred hands via civil asset forfeiture than via burglary. The total value of asset forfeitures was more than one-third of the total value of property stolen by criminals in 2014. That represents something of a sea change in the way police do business — and it's prompting plenty of scrutiny of the practice.

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May 23, 2014 Day 124 of the Sixth Year - History

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