Because it’s so blatant but not reported in the “Mainstream Media” we start off with American Hate and Bias. Scroll down for the rest of the News and Headlines.
American Hate and Bias:
A group of students at the University of Texas, San Antonio plans to start publishing a “No Whites Allowed” (NWA) magazine.
As The Daily Caller reported on Thursday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) stated on Wednesday that he would not vote for a judicial nominee because of the color of his skin. The Trump nominee, Marvin Quattlebaum, is white. This, according to Schumer, is absolutely unacceptable. Schumer fumed:
Did Wake Forest refuse to enforce harassment policies for conservative student?
Why does Google use the SPLC to police YouTube videos?
As Chicago and Oakland, Calif. show, the people charged with enforcing immigration laws are instead destroying them. And Democrats have become the party of foreign voters now, many of them illegal.
Lawsuit challenges Kansas’ law which requires people, when they register to vote, to show documents to prove their citizenship. Kanas Secretary of State Kris Kobach responds.
In The News:
A daycare worker in Salt Lake City, Utah, broke both the legs of a 1-year-old boy in her care — and admitted as much to police, according to court records.
When 66-year-old Elvira Ortega spoke to police after the incident, the unlicensed daycare provider said she had rammed the baby into the bathroom floor feet-first on Feb. 22, fracturing both of the child’s legs below his knees. Ortega also told Salt Lake City police that she’d “rather be deported than go to jail,” Fox 13 reports.
Awards season is in full swing in California, and the Golden State just took home a booby prize of its own.
California ranks dead last among U.S. states in quality of life, according to a study by U.S. News, ranking behind New Jersey (49th) and Indiana (48th).
U.S. factories expanded in February at the fastest rate since May 2004, indicating sustained strength in manufacturing as demand remains solid, figures from the Institute for Supply Management showed Thursday.
Georgia lawmakers voted to nix a tax benefit for Atlanta-based Delta as part of a broader tax package approved Thursday, following the airline’s decision to sever ties with the National Rifle Association.
The bill — which includes a sweeping income tax cut — cleared the state House on an overwhelming 135-24 vote, after being approved in the state Senate on a 44-10 vote. It now heads to the governor’s desk.
An additional 2.4 million Americans were affected by the Equifax data breach last year, the company reported Thursday.
However, the consumer credit reporting agency told the Associated Press these additional 2.4 million people had much less personal information stolen than those initially impacted.
Her subsequent feud with Trump over recovery efforts turned her into a liberal star. She’s been on numerous national television shows — including The Late Show with Stephen Colbert — and scored a high-profile invite to the State of the Union as the guest of New York Democratic Sen.
BOSTON (Reuters) – Federal prosecutors in Boston on Thursday charged a Massachusetts man with sending a series of threatening letters containing a suspicious powder, including one addressed to U.S. President Donald Trump’s eldest son.
Planned Parenthood is launching a $20 million fund that will go toward candidates who support abortion and other reproductive rights.
The program, called “March. Vote. Win,” will focus on gubernatorial, U.S. Senate, U.S. House, attorneys general, and state legislature elections. The focus will be on Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
New York’s police department, politicians, and judges are helping the city’s illegal immigrant workforce evade repatriation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, according to an article in the New York Times.
The lawsuits, which sought to change the NYPD’s policy on Muslim women refusing to wear their head coverings in mugshot photos, were settled in Brooklyn federal court Monday, the New York Daily News reported.
In other words, YouTube, a subsidiary of Google parent company Alphabet, is going overboard in its more recent purges of conservative or alt-right social media accounts. Bloomberg was the first to report on YouTube’s comments.
The Army has chosen Raphael’s tech to upgrade 261 M1 Abrams tanks with Israeli-made Trophy active-protection systems. For nearly a decade, Trophy has already been protecting Israel Defense Force Merkava main battle tanks and relied on in conflicts in the Gaza Strip for example. Now approximately 3 brigades worth of U.S. tanks will also bring Trophy into battles.
Putin on Russian missile: No defense system will be able to withstand it.
PARIS (AP) — French prosecutors filed preliminary charges Thursday against Marine Le Pen for tweeting brutal images of Islamic State violence.
The prosecutor’s office in the Paris suburb of Nanterre said the charges were issued for “distribution of violent images.” If the case eventually reaches trial and she’s convicted, Le Pen could face up to three years in prison and a 75,000-euro ($90,000) fine.
Abdulmalk A., 31, and Anas Ibrahim A.S., 26, who came to Germany as refugees in 2015, went on trial Thursday in Berlin state court on charges of membership in a terrorist organization. Their last names were withheld in line with privacy laws.