Brenda Watts A former cafeteria manager for the Fulton County public school system was arrested and charged with allegedly embezzling more than $1 million from the school cafeteria where she worked, AJC.com reports.

Channel 2 investigative reporter Richard Belcher broke the story last spring when a former cafeteria worker leaked information about the embezzlement scheme to Channel 2 News.

Former cafeteria manager Brenda Watts is accused of running a cash only food line inside North Springs High School cafeteria in North Fulton County.

She allegedly pocketed $500 in cash per day from the cafeteria over 15 to 20 years.

Watts, who retired from her job one day after Belcher's report ran, had worked for the school system for 26 years.

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White House fires Jofi Joseph

The Internet is buzzing about President Obama sacking high ranking White House official Jofi Joseph, a director with the National Security Staff.

The Daily Beast blog reports that Joseph was fired last week when Obama discovered he was a White House mole leaking classified information under a fake Twitter name since 2011.

The Daily Beast saved a long list of Joseph's tweets before they were deleted. “I'm a fan of Obama, but his continuing reliance and dependence upon a vacuous cipher like Valerie Jarrett concerns me,” he once tweeted.

I took the liberty of looking up "vacuous cipher" for those of you who were wondering what it meant. It means a person of no importance who has or shows a lack of intelligence; or a mindless individual who lacks a personality.

Welp, so much for Obama running a tight ship in the White House. Here he is worrying about NSA leaker Edward Snowden over in Russia when he had a spy operating right under his nose for over 2 years. And if there was one spy in the White House, you know there must be more.

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Sales of 1984 Up

Sales of George Orwell's classic novel '1984' skyrocketed 69% on Amazon, according to a report on WashingtonExaminer.com.

Renewed interest in "1984" -- originally published 64 years ago -- was sparked by reports of widespread spying on American citizens -- domestically and abroad -- by the National Security Agency (NSA), under the auspices of the Obama Administration.

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