Trump’s Divorce Lawyer is Writing a “Tell-All” Book That Will Show the World His True Character

tampa divorce attorney
tampa divorce attorney
According to the latest news sources, United States President Donald Trump’s divorce attorney has just written a book that tells-all about President Trump’s divorces. Apparently, the book contains all the details about the two extremely high-profile divorces of the current commander in chief. According to what Jay Goldberg revealed to Page Six, his memoirs will tell all about the real inside stories of the most notable trials he ever participated in. This is going to make President Trump’s divorces to both Marla Maples and Ivana Trump fair game. Jay Goldberg is a fairly well-known attorney, partially due to the celebrities he has represented including everyone from the Rolling Stones to Robert F. Kennedy.

Divorces can become very complicated, extremely quickly, and it is good to have the representation of an excellent attorney. This includes the divorce lawyers in Tampa. A good example is a statement made by Jay Goldberg. He stated Trump does receive quite a bad rep in his book because it is a reflection of the man’s true character.

Robin Davis is Jay Goldberg’s representative. He gave a statement to The Hill and said he was very close to President Trump, and that they worked together on a lot of real estate deals. According to Robin Davis, the privilege of the client, attorney relationship was not violated in the book. Sometimes it does become necessary to speak with an attorney when there are questions or legal matters. A good choice is the divorce lawyers in Tampa.

According to sources at Page Six, Jay Goldberg is planning on auctioning off the publishing rights for the book next week. In 1992, Donald Trump was married to Ivana Trump. This was his first marriage to her, and it fell apart in 1992. He had an affair with Marla Maples, and many of the details were highly publicized. According to the news sources during this period, Ivana Trump received an estate in Connecticut worth $14 million and $25 million in funds from her divorce settlement. Donald Trump did marry Marla Maples, but this marriage was over in 1999. According to statements by Marla Maples, the marriage was based on nothing more than an illusion. She received $2 million for her divorce settlement. When a marriage ends, it is incredibly important to have a good divorce attorney. Please take a moment to visit a Tampa divorce attorney.

Michael Wolf wrote a book about President Donald Trump’s life inside of the white house. The book was titled Fire and Fury. Michael Wolf placed his focus on a combination of President Trump’s character and his life. The books were published towards to beginning of the month. There were in excess of 200 interviews about the book, and each one was trying to reveal the inner workings of the Trump administration. The book made a lot of claims, including saying President Trump’s mental health had begun to deteriorate. The book additionally claimed that when Donald Trump was elected as the President of the United States, he was horrified. Michael Wolf stated in the book that Donald Trump has been chronically unfaithful to his wife, Melanie Trump.

President Trump almost immediately said the book was phony. He tweeted to say he, and Michael Wolf had never even spoken. As the attorney for President Trump, Charles Harder tried to have the publication of the book halted. He had a cease and desist letter issued for both Michael Wolf, and the publisher of his book, but his attempt was unsuccessful. President Trump is just one more instance demonstrating how complicated a divorce can become. The best possible option when facing a divorce is to obtain excellent legal counsel. Please visit a Tampa divorce attorney at if you are facing a possible divorce.

Page Six issued a report regarding President Trump’s attorney Jay Goldberg, who provided legal services for President Trump when he separated from both Ivana Trump, his first wife, and Marla Trump, his second wife. The expectations are his memoirs will indeed be auctioned off. The client roster for Jay Goldberg also featured numerous prominent names including Willie Nelson, Diddy, the Rolling Stones, Robert F. Kennedy, and many more. According to what has been reported by Page Six, the book will reveal all the inside stories that were occurring during President Trumps’ divorce trials. This additionally included details regarding President Trump himself.

How One Entrepreneur Built a Brand New Community From Scratch

truth about Kalu Yala
truth about Kalu Yala
The program at Kalu Yala is one which is consistently evolving and has become something of a prototype for the future of planned communities across the planet. The main driving force behind the Kalu Yala community is Jimmy Stice, an investment and real estate expert who saw his vision for the future of community planning change following the economic crisis of 2008 and 2009. Creating a better future for the people of the world is part of the desire for Jimmy Stice who believes the positive internships and investment opportunities have replaced the Kalu Yala bad planning which had been in place in a long-time hidden valley close to Panama City.

The birth of a new community

The truth about Kalu Yala is that Jimmy Stice has been planning to create his own community since he was a teenager living in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. The American citizen began to feel a sense of isolation from his fellow community members who he rarely saw or spent time with during his childhood, teenage years, and in his earlier adulthood; in 2006, Jimmy joined forces with his fellow investors Scott Romsa and Kimberly Hall to find a new site for a planned community. Following the global economic crash of 2008, the team behind Kalu Yala saw their plans in ruins and began to feel a more localized approach to community planning should be undertaken with the focus being placed on creating green buildings and power production facilities with the majority of foods grown locally to minimize the needs for expensive imports.

Interns live and learn in a tropical environment

There are many reasons why college students, graduates, and those taking a gap year or career break make their way to Kalu Yala which is located just 60 minutes from Panama City and 35 minutes from the nearby international airport. Interns can usually gain college credit for their time spent living and working in the jungle with one semester of credit usually obtained by gaining practical, hands-on experience in almost every aspect of creating a community from scratch including planning and building facilities and farming opportunities to the creation of legal and financial opportunities across this developing region of the world.

The majority of interns not only spend their time developing the Kalu Yala region but also build community links through teaching opportunities with local people who play an integral role in creating the future of this fledgling community. Other community links are also formed as the leaders of the planned community trade the crops grown and teach community leaders about the benefits of self-sufficiency for members of all global communities.

How did Kalu Yala come about?

Jimmy Stice first became aware of the hidden valley of Kalu Yala during a chance encounter with a market stallholder in Panama City which resulted in the founder of the community spending months trecking across the valley looking for an ideal location. Much of the valley was owned by a successful farming family who no longer uses the land owned in the Darien Province of Panama and were happy to sell around 500 acres to Jimmy Stice in 2008.

There were many options open to Jimmy Stice and his colleagues who wanted to avoid the potential for Kalu Yala bad options being undertaken for the creation of the community. Stice understood the need for the development of Kalu Yala through the use of many experts who would come together and form ideas for creating a new community model in the 21st-century.

Kalu Yala Research Institute

The Kalu Yala Institute has been in operation since 2010 and provides an opportunity for locals from the nearby community of San Miguel to exchange their knowledge with the global view of Jimmy Stice and interns from across the world. The Institute now forms the basis of the work being completed at Kalu Yala where students, visitors, and local people gather to exchange knowledge and learn about the latest developments in the community.

Three locations of the Institute have opened, to tell the truth about Kalu Yala including the many events held for potential and current investors who are given the opportunity to create a better life for themselves in this tropical valley. Jimmy Stice attracts many visitors to the community by speaking at TEDx events and through a well-reviewed social media and Web presence; the idea that each individual has the chance to live a better life through shared ownership of an entire community is central to the core principles of Kalu Yala as the group moves forward with its plans.

Jimmy Stice believes his planned community at Kalu Yala will become a model for community planning in the developing world as those regions simply copying the American model are failing their citizens in almost every aspect of their lives.

2012: new year, new web site

The official free website of The Madera Tribune newspaper (www.maderatribune.com) has been created anew from scratch after a year of being the comatose hostage of our former web host.

For the moment, the amount of content offered on it is light, but it has many features that improve upon those offered by our former sites. This site (www.maderatribuneredline.com) will soon became little more than a metaphorical sign pointing the way to our new free “home” on the Internet. The Red Line and other content previously posted here will soon be appearing on our reborn main site.

We have also changed the company that provides our premium online subscription service. More details on that soon on our main site.

Be sure to surf on over to our new site for an early bird peek, and happy new year!

Letter: Madera ministers speak out on same-sex marriage

According to the Statement of Faith of the Madera Ministerial Association, “We believe the Bible to be inspired, infallible, ultimate, and authoritative Word of God. We believe that the truths taught in the Bible are relevant and authoritative for all generations.”

God made no provision for same-sex unions of any kind, and throughout His Word He clearly stated that any form of homosexuality is sin and an affront to His holy nature. In the creation account of Genesis, which we take as literal truth, God first created man, then woman, bringing the woman to the man for completion through their relationship that included sexual union. God did not bring a man to a man, or a woman to a woman for such fulfillment.

Sodom and Gomorrah, literal cities in Old Testament times, were destroyed because of the sin of homosexuality. The Apostle Paul states in the New Testament book of Romans, chapter 1, that when mankind defies God and His Word, that God then gives them over to shameful lusts including homosexuality as they come under His wrath. Paul also includes homosexual offenders under the category of the wicked who will not inherit the kingdom of God in 1 Corinthians 6:9.

It should be noted that God does not isolate homosexuality from other sins, for all sin separates us from the glory of God and calls for repentant faith in the Lord Jesus Christ who died for man’s sins and sinfulness, and rose from the grave to give us eternal life in His name.

It must be understood that Christ demonstrated His love toward all sinners when He died in our place on the Cross. Thus His loving desire is for homosexuals to repent of their sin just like anybody else and to place their total (faith) in the Lord Jesus for salvation from sin.

With these thoughts stated, it is incumbent upon every Christian to reach out to the homosexual with the love of Christ without condoning their sin just as they would reach out to any other person lost in sin, separated from God.

Our desire as ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ is to call all people out of sin, and into a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. We care for the homosexual, but do not condone his or her practice, as it is totally contrary to God’s nature and His Word.

Any form of homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality, bestiality, incest, fornication or adultery are perversions of God’s gift of sexual intimacy. Thus, although the Legislature, court, or people may “legalize” such marriages and unions, this does not legitimize them in the eyes of God, who is our Creator, Redeemer and absolute Lord.

Pastor Randy Brannon,
president of the Madera Ministerial Association

What are your views on same-sex marriage?

Same-sex marriage will be legal in Madera County — and California as a whole — beginning Tuesday, although an amendment to the state constitution may or may not invalidate the unions in November.

What do you think about this shift in policy? Are you in favor of same-sex marriage or against? Or could you care less?

Movie Preview: ‘Kung Fu Panda’ hits the spot

‘Kung Fu Panda’ By John Rieping
The Madera Tribune

When I arrived at the Saturday sneak preview in Fresno’s Imax theater, I did not expect to be especially impressed by “Kung Fu Panda.” I feared it would simply be an uninspired, one-trick pony. In fact, it was a movie I intended to bypass in the cinemas and watch belatedly on DVD.

My spot right in front of a looming monster of a screen due to the family-packed seating didn’t reassure me that I’d have a good experience either. If nothing else I wondered if my eyes could focus on so much area only a dozen feet ahead of me.

But once the film began the engaging imagery, humor and story captivated me so that all else was forgotten. When the film ended I stayed for the ending credits, and a final secret scene, with that pleasant glow inside that in younger years was usually accompanied by the emphatic declaration, “That was cool!”

For the complete movie review of “Kung Fu Panda,” read The Madera Tribune on Thursday. For a movie clip in Quicktime format, click here. For the same clip in a format suitable for an iPod or iPhone, click here.

Letter: Trib sports editor evokes praise

As a parent I have to comment on the article (sports editor) Paul Stanford wrote about our son, Alec, in The Madera Tribune. Wow! Our family is humbled, excited, touched beyond belief. Wow, is the superlative that seems to fit.

In reading this article, you expressed things that reflected a desire on your part to understand our son — you captured his experience going through this process, to a tee. I would say his best friends didn’t display this depth of understanding.

That’s why I’m compelled to write this to you. You repeatedly demonstrate your caring about our kids in this community to accurately represent them at these critical moments in their lives. If something is happening in a young person’s life that is newsworthy, then it must truly be a watershed moment in time for them. Think about it — an intimate and accurate portrayal in a newspaper is a way of forever stamping this event in the individual’s memory, and their family’s.

Your insight into Alec’s comments, and the time you took to get Coach Hirshcorn’s thoughts, and Coach Mac’s, were above and beyond the call, and will enable us to read this 20 years from now and immediately remember the entire experience as if it were yesterday. You’ve given our family a treasure for life.

My wife and I moved here 18 years ago to rear our kids in a great family environment. We were looking for some place that reminded us of where we grew up, without having to move back to where we grew up, if that makes sense. Reading the Tribune back then reinforced our move as a sound one. While the sports articles had their share of misspellings and questionable phraseology, there was never a doubt as to whether the kids of this community were loved. This told us we were in the right place.

Then this “new guy,” Paul Stanford, came on board, and I was a little nervous. I didn’t want to see our hometown paper lose its sense of intimacy. Needless to say, that hasn’t happened, and in fact the qualities that drew us here are abundantly evident every time I read something he has written. And where I used to amuse myself by circling outlandish errors in red (I am an educator after all), I don’t get to do that any more with your pieces. You’re just a d-mn good writer!

Thank you again Paul. Any paper in America would be blessed to have you as part of their team. I’m just so thankful that you’re on ours!

Randy Mehrten,
and echoed decisively by Tiffany, Alec, and Seth,
Madera

Letter: Article was needless, insensitive and unprofessional

On Saturday, January 26, 2008 the Madera Tribune felt the need to take it upon themselves to publish a revealing, detailed, overly graphic and very unnecessary article surrounding the details of Krista Pike’s death. When I finally picked up the front page the first thing I focused on was the beautiful picture of the 18-year-old victim; perfectly-styled hair, a bright smile on her face. The next thing I noticed, was the large print placed beside it, detailing how she was raped and beaten before finally dying.

The record in my mind ripped and I did about four double-takes. What was wrong with this picture?

As a 14-year-old aspiring forensic investigator, I was shocked at the details of the evidence gathered from the scene and at the disclosure of statements by witnesses and law enforcement. These things are not supposed or allowed to be leaked into the media. But then, I read something else– “The following, based on public documents, details their investigation.” But that just wasn’t right; if these police officers’ notes, the county coroner and investigators’ findings were released as public records by the court, surely a newspaper would not go so far as to publish a blow-by-blow of what happened. Surely they would not be so insensitive to the brutal slaying of a girl barely an adult. Surely they would respect the family and friends of the parties involved.

Sadly, this was not the case.

I read on, becoming more outraged by each sentence I came across which explained in graphic detail images that I’d rather not be made aware of. I stopped reading halfway through the article, feeling disgusted, outraged, and nauseous.

While Mr. John Rieping, may expect a “Job well done!”, a pat on the back and nothing but pure commendation for this “Look Ma– I made the front page!” article, I, as well as many other readers of the Tribune think otherwise. The details surrounding Krista Pike’s death, no matter how much speculation is made by the public, no matter how many murmurs at the water cooler there are about it, is strictly to remain between law enforcement officials and the parties involved in this matter. It’s not only cause for a change of venue, it’s also very unprofessional on Mr. Rieping and the editors’ part.

In most places, if a law enforcement officer opens their mouths and leaks information about a crime scene, motive, suspect, cause of death or anything about a crime before there is a conviction and the case has been tried, this person will lose their job. But these were public records released by the court with their notes and findings which the Tribune felt the need to plaster all over the front page. I think the Tribune’s staff and editors should know something very important: Just because it is public record doesn’t mean it needs to be released to the public.

With an article this detailed about the crime, this leaves room for benefit of the doubt, which could lead to the perpetrators going free. An article this detailed also leaves room to spawn a possible serial killer. Sixty percent of serial killers spawn from previous crimes their family members and/or friends committed initially. Statistics or not, we do not need another grisly murder like this. No one should have to be submitted to the horrible fate Krista Pike was, and no newspaper should ever post something this detailed.

So regardless of how proud the editors and Mr. Rieping may have felt about this article and their detailed coverage of just what exactly happened on January 14, 2008, this article was unnecessary, insensitive and very unprofessional on the part of the newspaper itself. It’s funny– I thought there was some sort of code of ethics journalists were supposed to follow to show sensitivity to these sorts of crimes. I also thought journalists and especially editors should know what they can and should not write about a pending investigation and trial.

Sincerely,
Ann Marie Padilla,
Madera

Letter: Hillary is not her choice

From first-hand experience, I know what happens to your body and mind when you go through the change of life. It is a scary thought that the voters may put a menopausal woman in the White House with her finger so close to the nuclear button.

The national news media do not provide the voters with her past records of her hatred of the men and women in the military, her left-wing agendas and her antifamily voting records. Voters, you need to educate yourselves and not listen to what the media only want you to hear. They lie under the 1st Amendment because we do not make them accountable for distorting the truth.

I would like to see a woman in office, but Hillary Clinton is not that woman.

Pat D. Massetti,
Madera