Web Net Info
News Archives Commentary Live Radio Show Archives Weather Shoppers Guide Newspaper Links

Affiliate Cities
Affiliate Cities
Affiliate Cities
Affiliate Cities
Affiliate Cities
Affiliate Cities


     WebNetInfo.com is America's news and information center for the 21st Century. WebNetInfo.com brings news, information, and commentary to the world.  We realized that national news portals are void of local touch, flavor, information and interests; local portals are void of the magnitude and dynamics of what a national portal can offer.  Therefore, we retooled our web design so that it can be duplicated for any city.  Our national and world news gathering combined with local news, information and views makes a much more desirable and interesting Portal.

     We are now in the pre launch stage of one of the biggest and most exciting dot com’s since national news portals, Yahoo and Google.

     We have created a template that will allow us to duplicate a news and information portal for every city in the country at nowhere near the expense and time that it took to build webnetinfo.com.

    Our Internet Portals can be used to enhance an individual's present business; can become a very profitable business by itself, or both. They can also be used by religious and community service organizations.

     We seek to sell you one of our Internet Portals. It can have all the same features as webnetinfo.com and jeffersonwebinfo.com and clarksdalewebinfo.com. You own it completely. We have no control over your web site, and you can name it whatever you want.  We have a list of over 200 national affiliate advertisers seeking to advertise on web sites that attract visitors. Discussing the possibilities with one of our consultants would be a wise investment of your time. 

     There is an old saying that if something is too good to be true, it’s not.  However, all great ideas and inventions were originally considered too good to be true; the train, automobile, telephone, airplane, cell phone, computer, Internet, Yahoo and Google. 

     We provide a turnkey operation -- Full training, procedural manuals, forms and complete support. Our pre launch offers include special pricing, incentives, financing and no risk guarantees. All we ask in turn is for you to spread the word of your success, give us a list of successful professionals you know in other cities and give prospective buyers an honest evaluation of your experience owning one of our web portals.

     If we ask you to swap a hundred-dollar bill with a ten, you will either think we lost our minds, or the bill is counterfeit.  A wise person would at least check out the bill’s authenticity. Yes, our idea and offer will sound too good to be true.  Voice of America, Inc. has been around for over three decades; webnetinfo.com has been operational for almost a decade.

   There are only two reasons why an individual would not purchase one of our web portals – they didn’t take the time to read all the information herein, or they didn’t understand the information, and didn’t call to allow us to further explain or clarify the concept.  Any successful business professional can afford one of our web portals.  Call us after you read the information herein (504) 455-9956.

     In the past, providing information to the public was originally limited to newspapers, then radio and then television.  Now, the World Wide Web allows any individual and/or group to avail news and information to the world.  Providing news and information to the general public is a very serious and important responsibility.  An individual can obtain considerable credibility, authenticity and fame in the community by being the provider and operator of a professional and quality News and Information Portal.     

Take the time to read all the information herein.  We can provide the up-linking, hosting, maintenance and R&D for the site.  We can also provide all the national and world news gathering and publishing for the site. We provide a special section and links for you to provide the local news and information (obituaries, help wanted, swap shop, community calendar, high school scores and political to mention a few) to the site.  You can also provide information about your existing business or profession.  This information is already readily available and easily obtainable.  We show you where to obtain it and how to upload it to your web site.

     The web site is data based driven. It has many functional areas.  Each area has its own built-in editor to upload information, including pictures and graphics.  Each page has its own privacy user code.  The site provides full online user instructions. Anyone with Microsoft Word experience can easily make additions and changes to all parts of the web site.  That's right, you don't need a professional Web Master or "IT" person on staff to manage or operate this web site. 


     The buttons on the right side of this front page answers any questions that you may have.


     The right side of the front page can be used for placing advertisements.  Ads in this area, along with those below the web site title banner, are sold based on the number of people who visit the web site.  The left side of the front page can be used for information sources and advertising.  The web site can accommodate as many informational pages as you may need.  Please review all the active buttons on the front page for additional information.


     Please scroll down to the end of the news for further instructions.   Now comes the news:



Older News Archivescom0116

Cruz Calls On Congress To Block Presidential Nominees Over Executive Action
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said Sunday that President Obama refuses to accept that only Congress has the authority to establish federal immigration laws and that members should block the president’s nominees and some funding until he rescinds his executive action on the issue. “This is a stunning and sad display by the president,” Cruz, a Republican, told “Fox News Sunday.” “We need to impose real consequence.” Cruz suggested, as he has since Obama announced the executive action Thursday, that Congress should take action next year when Republicans, who already control the House, will also have the majority in the Senate. Fox News
VOA VIEW: The Senate should not approve any Obama nominees, and the House should deny all funding for Obama programs, such as immigration.

Obama Backer, Democratic Fundraiser Terry Bean Charged In Sexual Abuse Case
A prominent supporter of President Barack Obama and co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign was arrested last week on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse related to what authorities said was an encounter with a juvenile male. Terrence Bean, 66, a major Democratic donor and a celebrated gay-rights activist, was indicted on two felony charges of sodomy and a misdemeanor count of sexual abuse by a grand jury and arrested in Oregon Wednesday, according to a statement from the Portland Police Bureau. Bean was released later that day on bail, pending a court hearing. CNN

Obama Says Clinton Likely To Have Different Positions From Him In 2016 Race
President Barack Obama said in an interview broadcast on Sunday that he expects Democrat Hillary Clinton to stake out positions that may be different from his if she runs for president in 2016.Clinton, who lost to Obama in the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination race and served as his secretary of state in his first term, is considering a run in 2016 and is expected to make up her mind in the early months of 2015. "She's not going to agree with me on everything," Obama told ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos." "One of the benefits of running for president is you can stake out your own positions, and have a clean slate, a fresh start." Reuters

Records In Michael Brown Grand Jury Not Been Approved For Release
The prosecutor overseeing the Ferguson grand jury hearing the Michael Brown case took the rare step of recording and documenting the proceedings, but that doesn't mean they will be released to the public if Officer Darren Wilson isn't indicted, officials said Sunday. The St. Louis County director of judicial administration, Paul Fox, released a statement Sunday saying that St. Louis Judge Carolyn Whittington has to analyze the records before she approves that they be released, and Whittington can't do that until the grand jury has finished hearing evidence. "The court will need information it doesn't have," Fox said in response to a St. Louis Post Dispatch article that reported that Fox had said the court had already approved the request to release "virtually all the evidence that was considered" by the grand jury. "The quote attributed to me in the Post-Dispatch this morning is not accurate," Fox said. MSNBC


Brown Family Attorney Says Grand Jury Proceeding Is Unfair
The lead attorney for Michael Brown’s family said Sunday that having a grand jury decide whether or not to indict the Ferguson police officer who shot Mr. Brown earlier this year is unfair. Benjamin Crump said it is the prosecutors job to recommend charges, not present all the evidence to a grand jury and leave the decision up to them. “We don’t think it’s fair,” he said on ABC’s “This Week.” “Why can’t you come and recommend charges based on probable charge?” “Why do we accept that when the police kill our children, we’re going to have this grand jury proceeding?” he continued. Legal experts pointed out that in high profile cases, prosecutors will often give the decision to a grand jury as political cover. Washington Times

Child Soldiers Become Integral Part Of ISIS' Army
Teenagers carrying weapons stand at checkpoints and busy intersections in Iraq's second-largest city, Mosul. Patched onto the left arms of their black uniforms are the logos of the Islamic Police. In Raqqa, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria's de facto capital in Syria, boys attend training camp and religious courses before heading off to fight. Others serve as cooks or guards at the extremists' headquarters or as spies, informing on people in their neighborhoods. Across the vast region under Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS, also known as ISIL) control, the group is actively conscripting children for battle and committing abuses against the most vulnerable at a young age, according to a growing body of evidence assembled from residents, activists, independent experts and human rights groups. CBS

Putin Looks To Pakistan As Cold War Friend India Buys U.S. Arms
Russian President Vladimir Putin is seeking to build military ties with Pakistan as India buys more weapons from the U.S., changing an approach toward the nuclear-powered neighbors that has endured since the Cold War. Sergei Shoigu, making the first visit by a Russian defense minister to Pakistan since the Soviet Union’s collapse, last week signed a “milestone” military cooperation agreement. The world community “wants to do business with Pakistan now,” Shoigu said, according to a Pakistan government statement. The move comes as Putin seeks to expand relations with Asia in the face of growing isolation from the U.S. and its allies over his support for separatist rebels in Ukraine. The U.S. overtook Russia as India’s biggest weapons supplier in recent years, prompting leaders in Moscow to reassess their strategy toward South Asia. Bloomberg

Obama Heads Back To D.C. This Morning After R&R
President Barack Obama left Las Vegas this morning and is headed back to Washington, D.C. According to reports from Christian Science Monitor reporter Linda Feldmann, part of the White House travel press pool, the president arrived at McCarran Airport with his motorcade at 10:41 a.m. At 7:37 a.m., the motorcade arrived at Reflection Bay Golf Club in Henderson. One of the people he played golf with was Butch Harmon, former golf swing instructor to Tiger Woods. At 7:35 a.m., Obama's motorcade left the hotel at Lake Las Vegas in Henderson. President Barack Obama finished speaking Friday at Del Sol High School. Las Vegas Sun


Graham Critical Of New GOP House Report On Benghazi, Calls Findings 'Garbage'
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday criticized a recently released House Republican report that concludes no intelligence lapses in connection with the fatal Benghazi attacks, saying congressional investigators did a “lousy job.” “I think the report is full of crap,” Graham, a Republican, said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence report released late Friday concluded the CIA and the military acted properly in responding to the 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. The report also found no wrongdoing by Obama administration officials, no delay in sending a CIA rescue team, no missed opportunity for a military rescue and no evidence the CIA was covertly shipping arms from Libya to Syria. Fox News
VOA VIEW: Most concur the report is a cover-up.

Obama On 2016: 'I've Got Dings' And Americans Want 'That New Car Smell'
Drive it straight off the lot and into the Oval Office. That's what President Obama says the American people want, admitting Sunday that the country is ready to shift gears and hit the gas with a new leader. "I think the American people, you know, they're going to want that new car smell," Obama said in an interview that aired Sunday on ABC's "This Week." "You know, they want to drive something off the lot that -- that doesn't have as much mileage as me." After taking responsibility for his party's sweeping defeat in the midterm elections, the President now says that he is aware that his brand has lost some of its luster. CNN

Small Quake Shakes Dallas Area, Stirring Fracking Critics
A light earthquake shook the Dallas-Ft. Worth area of North Texas on Saturday night, leaving no known damage or casualties but stirring concern about the potential of the area's oil and gas fracking industry to generate seismic activity. The magnitude 3.3 earthquake struck about 9:15 p.m. Central time on Saturday, said Dale Grant, an geophysicist with the U.S. Geological Survey. The epicenter was near the border of the cities of Dallas and Irving, near the site of the former Texas Stadium, where the Dallas Cowboys football team played for nearly 40 years. Comments on Twitter from the Dallas Ft. Worth area indicate that the quake was felt across the region. Reuters

YOU can speak out and be heard by having your own "Column" - Visit the "Public Opinion" Section above.

Bipartisan Consensus On MTP: Congress Should Act On Immigration
Despite differing opinions on President Obama’s executive order, two Senators said Sunday that the proper response from Congress should be to put legislation on the President’s desk. Appearing on NBC’s Meet the Press, Senators Jeff Flake (R-AZ) and Robert Menendez (D-NJ) advocated passing a comprehensive immigration reform bill. “You know, the president has only addressed one small portion of what needs to be done with immigration reform,” Flake said. “We've got to do border security, interior enforcement, guest worker plan, and have a mechanism to deal with those who are here illegal. He has done one portion of the latter. So I'd rather move legislation on the other three items and put it on his desk.” MSNBC

GOP Says Dems Wouldn’t Like Republican President Rewriting Laws
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum said Democrats should be just as angry as Republicans about the president’s executive order on immigration because it sets a precedent for future presidents to singlehandedly rewrite the law. “This is a serious matter,” he said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “President Lindsey Graham could come in and say, ‘I don’t like the Endangered Species Act, I’m not going to enforce it.’” “That is rewriting law. That is a violation,” he continued. “The president has just slapped in the face every House and Senate member, saying we don’t need you anymore.” Washington Times

The Future Of Food: Crushed Bugs, Chemical Elixirs And Apps
Most folks really like food. Trouble is, we can't keep eating the way we're eating if we're going to keep breeding the way we're breeding. We like meat. But raising the animals we like to eat requires a crazy amount of land, water and energy. And all that meat isn't actually that good for us. Something will have to give. Maybe we'll eat meat that's grown in a lab. Maybe we'll eat meat made from plants. And maybe we'll take a cue from Megan Miller, who makes things with flour made from ground-up bugs. Yes, Miller's company, Bitty, sells cookies made from cricket flour. She believes that the future of protein is bugs. CBS


US Tells Iran To Consider Nuclear Talks Extension
The U.S. told Iran Sunday that it's time to consider extending nuclear talks, in the first formal recognition by Washington that frenzied last-minute diplomacy may not be enough to seal a deal by a rapidly approaching deadline. A senior U.S. official said that with the Monday evening cutoff date a little more than a day away, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry proposed to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohamad Java Zarf that the two sides start discussing post-deadline talks in their latest meeting since Kerry arrived three days ago to add his diplomatic weight to the talks. At the same time, two Western diplomats said, negotiations were continuing with Iran on trying to bridge differences on reducing Tehran's ability to make nuclear weapons to levels acceptable to Washington while giving the Islamic republic the relief it seeks from international sanctions over its atomic activities. ABC

New International Space Station crew launches today
An international crew of astronauts, including one from NASA, will launch from Kazakhstan today for a rendezvous with the International Space Station.
The three-person team is expected to blast off at 4 p.m. eastern time. The launch will be streamed live online at NASA-TV and at Space.com. Terry Virts of NASA, Anton Shkaplerov of the Russian Federal Space Agency and Samantha Cristoforetti of the European Space Agency will launch aboard their Soyuz TMA-15M spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. NASA will also air live coverage of the Soyuz as it docks to the space station at 9:53 p.m eastern time. UPI

ATTENTION TALK SHOW HOSTS:We are honored that many radio talk show hosts use our Web Portal for their "show prep."  We would appreciate your occasional mention of our site to your audience.  Thanks!

Damage Worse Than Thought In Japanese Earthquake
The damage from an overnight earthquake in a mountainous area of central Japan that hosted the 1998 winter Olympics proved more extensive than initially thought. A daylight assessment Sunday found at least 50 homes destroyed in two villages, and 41 people injured across the region, including seven seriously, mostly with broken bones, officials said. The magnitude-6.7 earthquake struck shortly after 10 p.m. Saturday west of Nagano city at a depth of 5 kilometers (3 miles), the Japan Meteorological Agency said. The agency revised the magnitude and depth from initial estimates. The U.S. Geological Survey recorded a magnitude of 6.2. Since the quake occurred inland, there was no possibility of a tsunami. ABC

OPEC's Easy Days Setting Oil Production Are Over, Veteran Says; You Need Russia, Norway, Mexico
The days when OPEC members could almost guarantee consensus when deciding production levels for oil are long gone, according to a veteran of almost two decades of the group’s meetings. The global glut of crude, which has contributed to a 30 percent decline in prices since June 19, has left the organization dependent on non-members to shore up the market, said former Qatari Oil Minister Abdullah Bin Hamad Al Attiyah. The 12-member Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries is scheduled to meet in Vienna on Nov. 27. Bloomberg

ADVERTISEMENT:If you want to advertise your business or web site on this Web Site, send us an email by clicking on to "Contact" above.  It could be the best business decision you make.

Israel Declared 'National State Of The Jewish People'
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet approved a controversial bill on Sunday to make Israel the nation-state of Jewish people. The bill is not yet a law, as it still needs approval from the country's parliament. It's actually a combination of two bills, and Netanyahu will be adding it to an additional version to be presented in the coming week. Fourteen cabinet members supported the measure and six opposed. "The bill submitted today to the government puts a Jewish state before democracy," said Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid. "It is an anti-democratic bill. Neither I nor Yesh Atid will vote on Wednesday for the nation-state bill as it was submitted." Arabs account for just over 20 percent of Israel's population, and the bill would remove Arabic from the list of official languages. UPI

IDF C'Tee Reimposes Multiple Life Sentences On Schalit Deal Rearrested Palestinians
Two Palestinians released during the 2011 Gilad Schalit prisoner swap and rearrested this summer in the wake of the kidnap and murder of three Israeli teens have been sentenced to multiple life terms in prison, The Jerusalem Post has learned. Hamza Abu Arkoub and Ashraf Rawi were sentenced on Thursday by a special IDF commission; the court decision has yet to be publicly announced. The rearrests and the possibility of canceling pardons and the reimposing of sentences has been in the news since June. Coverage rose to a crescendo during and after the summer’s Gaza war, since Hamas has said a condition for a long-term cease-fire would be the re-release of those Schalit deal Palestinians who were rearrested. Jerusalem Post

Regin, New Computer Spying Bug, Discovered By Symantec
A leading computer security company says it has discovered one of the most sophisticated pieces of malicious software ever seen. Symantec says the bug, named Regin, was probably created by a government and has been used for six years against a range of targets around the world. Once installed on a computer, it can do things like capture screenshots, steal passwords or recover deleted files. Experts say computers in Russia, Saudi Arabia and Ireland have been hit most. It has been used to spy on government organisations, businesses and private individuals, they say. BBC

Internet Data Plan Back On Political Agenda
A law forcing firms to hand details to police identifying who was using a computer or mobile phone at a given time is to be outlined by Theresa May. The home secretary said the measure would improve national security. As part of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill, providers would have to retain data linking devices to users. But campaigners warned it could see the revival of the so-called "snoopers' charter" - a previous attempt to bring in wide-ranging web monitoring powers. BBC

Obama Salutes 'Tumultuous Life And Career' Of DC Mayor Marion Barry
Barack Obama led tributes on Sunday to the former Washington mayor Marion Barry, who has died at the age of 78. The president heralded Barry’s work as a civil-rights campaigner in “a storied, at times tumultuous life and career” and said he “earned the love and respect of countless Washingtonians”. In a statement, Obama said: “Marion helped advance the cause of civil rights for all. During his decades in elected office in DC, he put in place historic programmes to lift working people out of poverty, expand opportunity, and begin to make real the promise of home rule.” Barry, a Democrat, was mayor for three terms between 1979 and 1991, when he was sent to prison for six months after being filmed smoking crack cocaine. After his release, he returned to the city council; in 1995 he became mayor for a fourth time. Guardian

US Air Strikes In Syria Driving Anti-Assad Groups To Support Isis
US air strikes in Syria are encouraging anti-regime fighters to forge alliances with or even defect to Islamic State (Isis), according to a series of interviews conducted by the Guardian. Fighters from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Islamic military groups are joining forces with Isis, which has gained control of swaths of Syria and Iraq and has beheaded six western hostages in the past few months. Some brigades have transferred their allegiance, while others are forming tactical alliances or truces. Support among civilians also appears to be growing in some areas as a result of resentment over US-led military action. Guardian

Keep Chicken In Separate Bag In Fridge, Shoppers Told
A poisonous bacteria found on the outer packaging of supermarket chicken has led health officials to advise shoppers to keep poultry in a separate bag in the fridge. A report this week is expected to confirm that campylobacter, a major cause of food poisoning, is present on the external packaging of thousands of fresh whole chickens sold in Britain each day. The Food Standards Agency said the bacteria grew in the guts of chickens but was being transferred to the outside of plastic put around birds during processing. Telegraph

Scientists Hail New '3 Parent Baby' Technique
Experts are to investigate a new technique to create “three-parent babies” which could be safer and more effective than current methods being tested in British laboratories. The Government last month asked the fertility regulator to examine new research from China, which used a less invasive form of the controversial IVF technique and could reduce the risk of birth defects. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has now published a report on the research, which it describes as “promising” and says “may offer potential advantages” over existing techniques. These include increasing the chances that a baby would be born free of inherited diseases. Telegraph

ABC Online  Canada National Post  Daily Telegraph  The Observer Wired News Xinhua News

VOA VIEW -- Is the opinion of Voice of America, Inc.  The founding fathers of this great nation gave us the First Amendment.  You too can express your opinion on this web site.  Click on the blue "Public Opinion" button at the top of this page for full details.  The opinions expressed are not necessarily the opinions of the ownership or advertisers of this web site.

Office Max

Show Archives


Web Net Info


Web Net Info

News Gathering, Information & Commentary provided by Voice of America  © copyright, all rights reserved