Today’s News and Headlines covers, American Bias and Hate, Government Corruption, Commentary/Opinion, Immigration, President Trump, Terrorism, Video’s, World News, Technology, Abortion and In The News.
Americas Bias and Hate:
“ANN ARBOR, MI – The Thomas More Law Center (“TMLC”), a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, filed a federal lawsuit last Friday on behalf of Sara T. Pedro, a Catholic nurse in the Emergency Department of Duke University Hospital, who was discriminated and retaliated against after her employer learned of her pro-life religious beliefs. Named as defendants in the lawsuit are both Duke University and Duke University Health System, Inc. (“Duke”). “
“A new book by a former editor in chief of The New York Times Magazine and best-selling author reveals for the first time an FBI field report about the collusion between American anti-Trump radicals and foreign ISIS/al-Qaeda operatives.
In his latest book, All Out War: The Plot to Destroy Trump, set to be released today, Edward Klein reveals to the public findings from an FBI investigation into the shocking ties between far-left radicals in America and Islamist extremists.”
“We have two enemies in our struggles– the near enemy apologists for Sharia and the far enemy, Islam. The Silicon Valley billionaires now support Sharia by censoring its critics.”
In The News:
“Many of the ads and posts we’ve seen so far are deeply disturbing — seemingly intended to amplify societal divisions and pit groups of people against each other.”
“Two detectives threatened an 18-year-old woman with arrest over a bottle of prescription pills, handcuffed her, drove her around in their police van and then raped her, authorities said Monday in announcing charges against the two.”
ST. LOUIS – “A 79-year-old St. Louis man who spent several years in prison for killing three people is going back to prison after pleading guilty in another killing.”
“It’s the first time for the United States, and it might allow babies their first breaths. The Heartbeat Protection Act of 2017, known as the “Heartbeat Bill,” (H.R. 490) is the first ever heartbeat bill introduced at the federal level. It’s headed to a hearing next Wednesday, November 1.
The text of the bill is simple, though its implications are profound. H.R. 490 says, in full:”
“Today, David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress released the first in a new series of videos featuring Holly O’Donnell, the former StemExpress fetal body parts procurement technician who was featured in previous videos explaining the gruesome work she was expected to do for her job.
StemExpress was partnered with a significant number of Planned Parenthood affiliates, harvesting aborted fetal body parts and then reselling those parts to researchers. The tissue company’s CEO, Cate Dyer, described Planned Parenthood as a “volume institution,” which supplied them with a great deal of fetal body parts.”
“North Korea is planning to launch more satellites in an effort to boost its power in space.
The rogue regime announced its five year space program Monday, saying its goal is to improve the economy and livelihood of its residents.
However, experts claim the satellites will test North Korea’s ballistic missile technology, which could lead to a possible long-range rocket launch”
“President Trump calls out the Obama campaign and the DNC over payments to opposition research firm Fusion GPS.
In a tweet Monday, the president referred to a report that states the Obama campaign paid the law firm which gave $972,000 to Fusion.
He added, the DNC paid Fusion more than $12 million, and it is unclear who exactly approved the payments.”
“A watchdog group filed a complaint Monday with the Federal Election Commission saying that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke used his dormant congressional campaign committee to benefit family and friends.
Zinke’s campaign bought an RV from his wife and sold it at a discount a year later to a friend in the Montana legislature, the Campaign Legal Center said in asking the FEC to probe the transaction. The campaign bought the RV from Lolita Zinke for $59,100 in April 2016 and sold it to his friend, Ed Buttrey, for $25,000 in June.”
“WASHINGTON – U.S. officials say special operations forces have captured a militant who was instrumental in the attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. The attack resulted in the death of the American ambassador to the country.
The officials say U.S. commandos captured the unidentified man in Libya and are transporting him back to the U.S. The officials say the mission was approved by President Donald Trump and done in coordination with Libya’s internationally recognized government.”
“The largest student organization at Harvard University is giving the founder and executive director of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) a prestigious award in November.
Nihad Awad will be honored with a guest lecture followed by receipt of the Ivy League university’s Phillips Brooks House Association’s 2017 Robert Coles “Call of Service” award. Previous recipients have included former vice president Al Gore.
Awad was a member of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestine Committee, a secret body set up to advance Hamas and the overall Islamist agenda. He was recorded at a 1993 meeting discussing how to support Hamas and the “goals, strategies and American perceptions of the Muslim Brotherhood” in the U.S.”
“Some 2 million work permits to immigrants on tentative legal status are distorting, even swamping, the U.S. labor market.
The federal government’s issuance of Employment Authorization Documents this fiscal year is on pace to surpass the numbers approved during the previous five years of the Obama administration.”
“Ask any Mexican diplomat what is the most important pillar of foreign policy; and you will be told that it is non-intervention in the domestic affairs of other nations. But, does Mexico practice what it preaches?
As Breibart News reports, “The government of Mexico stepped into the fight against the State of Texas’ new anti-sanctuary city law.” Siding with the Texas jurisdictions that have sued to bar the new state law prohibiting sanctuary policies, the Mexican intervention took the form of an amicus (friend of the court) legal argument that claimed the Texas law interferes with its right to protect its citizens residing in Texas.”
“The computer system used by the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) front-line border protection agency is slow, frequently blacks out and can’t prevent the entry of inadmissible aliens with “harmful intent,” a disturbing federal audit reveals. Incredibly, thousands of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents rely on the flawed information technology (IT) system to fulfill their duty of securing the nation’s borders and keeping terrorists and their weapons out of the United States.”
Commentary / Opinion:
“After reviewing the charges against three former members of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign — the first charges to come from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election — I have reached the following conclusion: LOCK HER UP!”
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