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Mr Trump’s these words punctured the baloon of terror state Pakistan, left liberals & terror apologists 👇 - Radical… https://t.co/gr6XHCFsRv

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Independent Journal Review
Obama Is Stepping Back Into Politics and Planning to Nudge Democrats to the Center

Barack Obama's plans are changing. Initially planning to stay on the sidelines for much of the 2020 election, The New York Times reports that the former president is moving off the political sidelines&"; to try and play a role in 2020. Obama is reportedly concerned that Medicare for all and far-left immigration proposals are going to alienate moderate voters he turned into one of the most dominant Democratic coalitions of recent memory. On Thursday night, Obama is expected to dive into those concerns at a donor event in San Francisco, giving him an opportunity to respond to the Democratic

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As an Indian American, today's #HowdyModi/Trump rally feels absurd Why celebrate someone trying to deport 500k Ind… https://t.co/psyUASr0IG

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NPR
Jury Acquits Aid Worker Accused Of Helping Border-Crossing Migrants In Arizona

The jurors unanimously found Scott Warren not guilty of federal charges of harboring undocumented immigrants. Such prosecutions have risen under President Trump's hard-line immigration policies. (Image credit: Astrid Galvan/AP)

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WND
MLB All-Star Felipe Vazquez hit with 21 new charges, including 10 for child porn

Pittsburgh Pirates closer Felipe Vazquez is being held without bond while facing more than 20 criminal charges for allegedly sending images and texts to a girl who prosecutors said was 13 when Vazquez first began his relationship with her. The two-time National League All-Star was arrested in September and charged with statutory sexual assault, unlawful contact with a minor and corruption of a minor, among other charges, over his alleged contact with the same girl. The latest charges, which were filed after authorities examined Vazquez's phone, include 10 counts of child pornography, 10 co

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Illegal immigration hurts Americans. Candace Owens discusses with angel mom Mary Ann Mendoza, whose son was killed… https://t.co/WfufWirUNx

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@bcsagar1 @GargaC @KishorGavdaKK Population in Bengal is due to illegal immigration. For years congress government… https://t.co/SSlgCJmqHD

59 days ago. View

Independent Journal Review
U.S. Sends Guatemala First Honduran Migrant Under Asylum Deal

The first Honduran asylum-seeker arrived in Guatemala on Thursday from El Paso, Texas, under a controversial U.S. agreement that establishes Guatemala as a safe third country to process people fleeing persecution in their homelands. Guatemalan Interior Minister Enrique Degenhart said the Honduran man arrived on a flight from the United States earlier in the morning. The Honduran was among Guatemalan deportees flown into the Central American country on one of four U.S. deportation flights scheduled on Thursday, Degenhart said. The new effort began after the administration of Republican Presi

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@ku511ku1 @giantskeletons1 @tonyposnanski @realDonaldTrump The influx in illegal immigration due to dems promising… https://t.co/wSXqLvqerb

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Washington Free Beacon
Beacon Extra 11/21/19

Welcome to the  Washington Free  Beacon ’s morning newsletter, your comprehensive briefing on the Enemies of Freedom. To get this newsletter sent straight to your inbox every morning, sign up here . Recent Stories in Uncategorized Beacon Extra 11/21/19 Beacon Extra Beacon Extra 11/20/19 WHITE FLAG … " Dems Let Iowa Frontrunner Coast in Fourth Debate ," via WFB’s David Rutz: Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.), reminded of her earlier remark that a woman with [South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete] Buttigieg's level of experience would not make the debate stag

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<p class="">At least 52 Ghanaians have been deported from the United States of America and Saudi Arabia.</p> .… https://t.co/20JMRH2mY5

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The Atlantic
The Atlantic Politics Daily: ‘The Answer Is Yes.’

It’s Wednesday, November 20. In today’s newsletter: sorting through what Ambassador Gordon Sondland said. Plus, who will punch and who will be punched at tonight’s Democratic debates. * « TODAY IN POLITICS » (ANDREW HARNIK / AP) Ambassador Sondland didn’t disappoint, as a much-anticipated witness for the Democrats. 1. “Was there a quid pro quo?” he said in his opening statement. “The answer is yes.” The effort to extract investigations from Ukraine in exchange for helping Trump’s political fortunes was extortion, and the president directed it. Everyone knows. The ques

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Washington Free Beacon
Beacon Extra

Welcome to the  Washington Free  Beacon ’s morning newsletter, your comprehensive briefing on the Enemies of Freedom. To get this newsletter sent straight to your inbox every morning, sign up here . Recent Stories in Uncategorized Beacon Extra 11/21/19 Beacon Extra Beacon Extra 11/20/19 WHITE FLAG … " Dems Let Iowa Frontrunner Coast in Fourth Debate ," via WFB’s David Rutz: Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.), reminded of her earlier remark that a woman with [South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete] Buttigieg's level of experience would not make the debate stag

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Counter Punch
Billionaires and Corporations Love Anti-SLAPP Laws, Why Does John Oliver?

John Oliver recently dedicated his HBO show to why we need a federal anti-SLAPP law. Like most of his stuff, the episode was witty and engaging. It was also sloppy, thoughtless and poorly researched. From now on, I’ll wonder whether I can trust anything he says. An anti-SLAPP motion is a powerful legal maneuver available to defendants against libel and defamation lawsuits. In the 27 states that have them, the filing of an anti-SLAPP motion brings everything to a halt until a judge — not a jury — decides various issues about a case. Does it involve a matter of public interest? Is there a chanc

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WND
Media scramble after realizing Obama's child detention worse than Trump's

Migrant children were held in detention facilities with chainlink fences under the Obama administration (YouTube screenshot) Leading establishment media outlets deleted entire stories Tuesday after they found out figures showing 100,000 children were in immigration-related custody were from 2015, under the Obama administration, not under President Trump's watch. Reuters, Agence France-Presse, NPR and Aljazeera were among the outlets that seized on a report from the United Nations that the U.S. has the world’s highest rate of detained children, the Daily Caller News Foundation reported . T

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@DonnaBrinkley92 @tonyschwartz Most American agreed?? Then why she is not in the white house.. Apart from taking se… https://t.co/DNIkC6fvXn

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WND
The connection between Epstein and impeachment

Though quite different in nature, two news stories that have come to the fore in recent weeks exemplify the same motivators on the part of powerful leftists. Additionally, these illustrate a very important underlying reason behind the over-the-top, Orwellian propaganda emanating from the establishment press and the clumsy though draconian tactics of congressional Democrats. The two stories of which I speak are the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump and the media blackout concerning a story about the late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein having been spiked by ABC News. In t

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Snow and stopping illegal immigration cannot stop Iran's nuclear for energy while at the same time bomb waiting to happen!

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WND
ICC finally hands Libyan matter over to Libya

It looks like the International Criminal Court (ICC) finally has allowed Libya to sort out its own issues with Moammar Gadhafi's son, Dr. Saif al-Islam Gadhafi , turning over the legal responsibility to Libya. It is about time. Eight years after the Libya 2011 war and years after the U.K. House of Commons Report of 2016 showed that media lies permeated the pre-war info about Gadhafi "attacking his own people," the ICC has still maintained its legal proceedings. As if the facts on the table in the Hillary Clinton/ Qatar/Sarkozy war do not count. Even President Obama admitted tha

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WND
ICE furious as 'dangerous sanctuary policies' allow illegal charged with manslaughter to flee to Mexico

It wasn’t a hit-and-run -- until local officials let the suspect run to Mexico. An illegal alien who was allegedly behind the wheel of a speeding Chrysler 300 when it crashed into a Ford Fusion on July 12 in Oregon, leaving one woman dead, was allowed to go free on bail because Washington County declined to honor an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer, Fox News reported Wednesday. And ICE officials are furious. “It is a real slap in the face to the victim's friends and family when criminal aliens, in this case a man who has caused the death of a woman and severe injuries to her h

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@FOX19 My guns arent for sale. So what the Marxist Demokrats are really talking about is gun confiscation. Let the… https://t.co/bdnDNBtcTj

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Independent Journal Review
Seventeen Democrats, Three Republicans in U.S. Presidential Race

The historically large field of Democratic presidential candidates vying to take on Republican President Donald Trump in next November's U.S. election was reduced by one on Wednesday when Wayne Messam dropped out of the race. Messam, 45, the mayor of Miramar, Florida, announced via Twitter that he was suspending his campaign. His withdrawal brings the number of Democrats still in the race to 17, with former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg also considering a White House bid as a Democrat. TOP DEMOCRATIC CONTENDERS There are four candidates who have separated themselves thus far from the res

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Deport him an ban for life 😁😁😁 https://t.co/9UTaF9tbi2

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WND
Hillary calls for White House adviser Stephen Miller to be removed from position

After last week's shrill calls for the removal of White House aide Stephen Miller accomplished nothing, Hillary Clinton tried to step up the pressure on Miller on Tuesday. "Every day Stephen Miller remains in the White House is an emergency," Clinton tweeted, citing a letter from the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights that demanded Miller's removal. Every day Stephen Miller remains in the White House is an emergency. https://t.co/egObGuMfeX — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 19, 2019 The group attacked Miller as representing "white supremacy" based on a rep

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Tetyana
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@AlexBenAri1 Lol so Israeli authorities would deport me from airport? 😜

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Washington Free Beacon
Iran’s Rouhani Claims Victory Over Unrest and Blames Foreigners

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday claimed victory over unrest Tehran has blamed on foreign foes after protests over fuel price rises shook the nation, and the government dismissed reports of more than 100 deaths as "speculative". Thousands joined pro-government demonstrations on Wednesday, state media reported, with television footage showing rallies in Rasht, Gorgan and Ardabil in the north, Hamadan in the west, and Shahryar, south of the capital Tehran. Recent Stories in National Security Iran's Rouhani Claims Victory Over Unrest and Blames Foreigne

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@IlhanMN and deport you @IlhanMN

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WND
Republicans and Democrats offer rival plans regarding future of health care in America

Republicans and Democrats are offering very different views on what America's health care system should look like as the country heads into the 2020 election. Exit polling showed that health care was the top issue on a plurality of voters' minds heading into the 2018 midterm elections, NBC News reported. Forty-one percent listed it as the issue most important to them, followed by immigration at 23 percent, the economy at 21 percent and gun policy at 11 percent. Health care promises to be among voters' top concerns going into 2020 as well, especially with prominent Democratic presidential

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Washington Free Beacon
Reuters, AFP Retract Migrant Children Articles That Were Based on Obama-Era Figures

On Wednesday several news outlets were forced to retract stories lamenting the number of migrant children detained by U.S. authorities after it emerged the pieces were based on Obama-era figures. In a Tuesday press conference ahead of the release of the United Nations Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty, independent expert Manfred Nowak told reporters that the United States "still [has] more than 100,000 children in migration-related detention." Nowak also  told AFP , "The total number currently detained is 103,000." That figure also formed the basis of articles from NPR  and the

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Counter Punch
Freedom, Valor, Love: On Snowden’s Permanent Record

“The computer guy [sic] - ;can know everything…” - Edward Snowden, Permanent Record We all know someone who has suffered explicit privacy violations through data breaches, has been censored, or has valiantly fought for press, Internet, and telecommunications freedoms at a time of deep political polarities and culture war divisions. Edward Snowden’s life reveals it"s not just “the computer guy” (or other non-male folks) at tech’s helms, but the general U.S. public that bears witness to corporatized data surveillance state violations, or the data industrial complex. This secretive sprawlin

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Counter Punch
How Trump is Warping the Federal Courts: the Case Against Lawrence VanDyke

President Donald Trump’s nominations to the federal courts are deteriorating faster than his party can lower its standards to approve his picks. Case in point—Lawrence VanDyke, former Montana solicitor general and failed candidate for the Montana Supreme Court. Mr. Trump has nominated Mr. VanDyke to serve as a judge on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals—despite that Mr. VanDyke has never practiced law representing ordinary people in the trenches and in the courts and has never served as a judge on any court. Indeed, the American Bar Association (which historically assesses the qualification

1 day ago.

Counter Punch
Raising the Stakes in the Struggle Over Immigration Detention

As the struggle for immigrant rights continues to be fought across America, new battlegrounds may come into view, then fade from public attention. For many months, our border drew intense scrutiny, as family separations shocked and horrified millions. Recently, the fate of DACA and 700,000 Dreamers moved back briefly into headlines, as the Supreme Court took up arguments over the Trump administration"s efforts to terminate the program. What hasn"t yet come to full attention, however, is the struggle over the future of immigration detention itself, a conflict whose outcome may have far-reachin

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WND
Cancel culture hypocrites on left and right

Cancel culture is metastasizing. No one is safe anymore, including yours truly. On Tuesday afternoon, I was informed that Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts, had pulled the plug on my book discussion of "Open Borders Inc." with the Center for Immigration Studies' Director of Policy Studies Jessica Vaughan. The event had been scheduled for this Friday and co-hosts from Bostonians Against Sanctuary Cities were expecting a crowd of about 300 people. University officials gave pale excuses for the last-minute cancellation, citing local organizers' request for an audio box to accommodate

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WND
Judge bars ICE from courthouse, ICE threatens judge with arrest

Many states, counties and cities have become self-declared "sanctuaries" for illegal aliens, forbidding local law-enforcement officers from cooperating with federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. Now, a judge in Salem, Oregon, has banned ICE from making arrests in courthouses. ICE has responded, insisting its officers will continue to carry out their duties and will "consider carefully whether to refer those who obstruct our enforcement efforts for criminal prosecution." So would a judge's order banning ICE arrests in her courthouses constitute "obstruction" that could be prose

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The Atlantic
The Atlantic Politics Daily: Trump’s Top Defender in Congress

It’s Tuesday, November 19. In today’s newsletter: a word on Devin Nunes during the impeachment hearings. Plus, why these 2020 candidates tick the right boxes, yet still aren’t taking off. * « TODAY IN POLITICS » (Shawn Thew / Getty ) Trump’s top defender in Congress If “little pencil neck Adam Schiff” represents the chief villain to the president and his supporters during the ongoing impeachment inquiry, who is Donald Trump’s top defender on Capitol Hill? The yin to Schiff’s yang is another representative from California: Devin Nunes, ranking member of the House Intel

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The Huffington Post
More Than 100 Protesters Killed In Iran During Unrest

Amnesty International said Tuesday that at least 106 protesters in 21 cities had been killed.

2 days ago.

WND
New poll shows Texas going blue is a giant lie

It was the sign for Republicans that the atomic clock of conservatism was at a half-minute to midnight: If Texas wasn't turning blue, it was at least going purple. That meant 38 electoral votes would go up in a puff of blue smoke -- and with them, any chance of winning a presidential contest under the current party system. And Donald Trump was largely to blame. All of the evidence was there: Except, um, for the recent polling, which shows Trump beating every potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidate . But let's talk about that other stuff first, shall we? Because otherwise the medi

2 days ago.

Independent Journal Review
Democrat Warren Vows to Use ‘Every Tool’ to Combat White Nationalist Violence

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Tuesday if elected to the White House she would use every tool&"; at her disposal to combat white nationalist violence, beginning with directing the FBI and Justice Department to put a renewed focus on domestic terrorism. Warren, one of 18 Democrats vying for the party's nomination to take on President Donald Trump in November 2020, said U.S. law enforcement agencies have prioritized investigating international terrorism since the September 2001 attacks, even as the FBI logged more than 7,000 hate crimes in 2018. The Massachusetts senator said recent rac

2 days ago.

Independent Journal Review
U.S. to Change Migration Rules in a Bid to Send Asylum Seekers Elsewhere

The Trump administration is set to harden the rules this week on those allowed to seek asylum in the United States, as it attempts to stem a wave of migration on its southern border with Mexico. In a fast-track regulation set to publish in the Federal Register on Tuesday, the administration has created a framework that will allow asylum seekers to be sent to other nations that have negotiated bilateral agreements to accept them. Previously, officials in the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump have argued that migrants with a valid need for asylum should seek protection in the first

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WND
The Civil War lies on us like a sleeping dragon

I've been on the planet for over seven decades. I was a teen during the Second Red Scare of communism in the 1950s. I lost a brother in the Vietnam War, and visited President and Mrs. Reagan at the White House before he delivered a death blow to the Cold War by toppling the Berlin Wall 30 years ago. Through all those decades, I've watched our nation become more and more divided, and I'm more concerned about it today than ever before. Liberal progressives blame President Trump for the divisiveness, but they are at the very least equally to blame in their revengeful reciprocity. I wrote artic

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The Huffington Post
U.S. Has World’s Highest Rate Of Children In Detention: U.N. Study

There are more than 100,000 children in immigration-related custody, violating international law.

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Independent Journal Review
Democratic Presidential Candidates Court Labor Support in Nevada

Retired letter carrier Leslie Maxwell Burton has a message for Democratic presidential contenders campaigning in the early voting state of Nevada this weekend: She will not vote for anyone who tries to take away her hard-won union health plan. Labor's concerns about healthcare and other issues were in the spotlight in Nevada as most of the 18 candidates seeking the party's 2020 nomination crisscrossed the area around Las Vegas in a whirlwind of campaigning culminating with the state party's annual fundraising reception on Sunday night. Former Vice President Joe Biden, who holds a healthy lea

3 days ago.

WND
Facebook removes angel mom's posts on illegals, permanently bans donations to angel families group

Mary Ann Mendoza is not a popular woman among tech companies, it seems. Mendoza, an "angel mom" whose son was killed by a drunk driver that was illegally in this country, was suspended from Twitter in July for doing what she's done for years: Posting about illegal immigration. Now, according to Breitbart , Facebook has done something similar. Not only has it taken down two of her posts for violating “Community Standards on hate speech," she says the donation button on her organization's page has been permanently removed, according to Breitbart. The button allows individuals to donate to

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The Denver Post
Incoming Aurora mayor Mike Coffman says job won’t be a launching pad to higher office

Mike Coffman, coming off a bruising congressional re-election loss in November 2018, took barely a three-month hiatus from politics before announcing a run for mayor of Aurora . Last week, it finally became clear that he"d won the close race, besting runner-up Omar Montgomery, president of the city"s chapter of the NAACP, by 215 votes. He will be sworn in Dec. 2. For those thinking the 64-year-old Marine veteran and longtime Aurora resident will now use his position leading Colorado"s third-largest city to stoke and revive greater political ambitions - like perhaps a run for the U.S. Sena

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Independent Journal Review
Obama Warns Dems Against Straying Too Far Left in Fight for Nomination

Former President Barack Obama cautiously waded into the Democratic primary contest for the first time Friday evening, warning a group of liberal donors and party activists against veering too far left in their zeal to oust incumbent President Donald Trump. In a speech in Washington D.C. to the Democratic Alliance, Obama cautioned his fellow Democrats not to pay too much attention to certain left-leaning Twitter feeds&"; or the activist wing of our party&"; when campaigning for the nomination, according to an account of the speech in the New York Times . Even as we push the envelope and we

4 days ago.

NPR
Months After Massive ICE Raid, Residents Of A Mississippi Town Wait And Worry

The biggest workplace immigration raid ever in a single state occurred on Aug. 7 in Mississippi. In Morton — a town that's about 25% Latino — the effects have rippled throughout the community. (Image credit: Andrea Morales for NPR)

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NPR
A Young Immigrant Has Mental Illness, And That's Raising His Risk of Being Deported

Behavioral problems, criminal arrests and limited access to health care leave a father worried that his 21-year-old son will be deported to Mexico. (Image credit: Hokyoung Kim for NPR)

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The Grist
What critics of Bernie Sanders’ climate plan are missing

Bernie Sander’s $16 trillion climate plan , which he calls the Green New Deal, would transition the electricity and transportation sectors to renewable energy by 2030, allegedly create 240,000 jobs a year, and essentially nationalize the nation’s power sector. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and legions of climate activists have thrown their support behind the proposal, arguing the Vermont Senator is the only candidate in the primary whose climate ambitions are commensurate with the scale of the crisis. What’s not to love? A lot, according to a bunch of climate scientists and energy

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City Journal
DACA in the Dock

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