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News and Headlines. 3/8/2018

Scroll down for all the News and Headlines but first, watched Tucker Carlson last night and thought this was interesting.  ‘Men in America’: It’s odd how rarely you hear the problems with American men publicly acknowledged. Our leaders pledge to create more opportunities for women and girls, whom they imply are failing. Men are fine. But are they? The numbers say otherwise. Something ominous is happening to men in America

‘Men in America,’ Part 1: Why are men in the U.S. falling increasingly behind women in America? One scholar believes ideological policies that focus on de-emphasizing masculinity may be part of the problem. Left’s ‘toxic masculinity’ label to blame for male crisis?

In the News:

Mississippi passes law banning abortion after 15 weeks

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi lawmakers on Thursday passed what would be the nation’s most restrictive abortion law, making the procedure illegal in most cases after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The state’s only abortion provider pledged to sue, and the attorney general said he expected a tough legal battle ahead.

Bomb Left in Utah High School Linked to ISIS

A high school student in Utah left a backpack containing a homemade bomb in the lunch area of the Pine View High School in Saint George. Students who saw the backpack smoking alerted school officials, who called the police.

The school was evacuated and the student was later arrested.

Seattle Man Pleads Guilty to Jihad Killing

Ali Muhammad Brown, a radicalized Muslim, pleaded guilty to killing a college student in New Jersey in 2014. Brown previously confessed to killing three people in Washington state in a terrorist spree in 2014, but has not made a plea in that case.

At the time, Brown said the murders were retaliation for U.S. foreign policy.

Buffalo Woman Threatens FBI Employees for ISIS

A woman from Buffalo, tweeting under the handle “Muslimah,” pleaded guilty to using social media to transmit threatening messages on behalf of ISIS.

Safya Row Yassin

Safya Roe Yassin, 40, of Buffalo admitted to sending threatening tweets to FBI employees

Safya Roe Yassin, 40, of Buffalo admitted to sending threatening tweets to FBI employees and former members of the military, among others. She also re-posted messages that she knew had come from ISIS operatives overseas.

Alabama Man Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Provide Material Support to ISIS

Earlier this week, a one-count information was filed charging Aziz Ihab Sayyed, 23, of Huntsville, Alabama, with attempting to provide services and personnel, namely himself, to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), a designated foreign terrorist organization.  Sayyed pleaded guilty today.

19 Members and Associates of Tennessee Mongols Motorcycle Gang Charged With Racketeering Conspiracy Including Murder and Kidnapping

A 62-count second-superseding indictment was returned by a federal grand jury in Nashville, Tennessee yesterday, charging 19 members and associates of the Clarksville, Tennessee chapter of the Mongols Motorcycle Gang with various federal crimes, including racketeering conspiracy, murder in aid of racketeering,  attempted murder, kidnapping, robbery, large-scale drug trafficking, and other crimes,

Decapitated body found near remote ammo-filled survivalist bunker in Washington, police say

The decapitated body of a 26-year-old woman was found Saturday afternoon near a survivalist bunker loaded with guns and ammo in northwest Washington, and police say a person of interest in the case may be heading for California.

Police are searching for Jacob Gonzales,

Police are searching for Jacob Gonzales, who they identified as a person of interest in the slaying of a 26-year-old woman found beheaded near a survivalist bunker on Saturday. (Island County Sheriff’s Office)

Follow up on Headline posted earlier on News and HeadlinesPerson of interest ID’d in Times Square subway station attack

A person of interest was identified on Thursday in the attack on a straphanger in the Times Square subway station, police said.

Jose Hasing, 24,

Jose Hasing, 24, is accused of attacking a straphanger at the Times Square subway station. (NYPD)

New York City police released a photo of Jose Hasing, 24, who allegedly walked off a train on Feb. 27 and punched a 22-year-old man several times, police said. Surveillance video caught the attacker, who was well-dressed in a suit and tie, swinging his fists against the man’s head until the victim fell to the ground.

Suspect in fatal hit-and-run wanted by ICE; sheriff’s department refuses to honor detainer

DENVER — An undocumented immigrant is in jail in connection with a deadly hit-and-run crash and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents want to take him into custody.

Ivan Zamarripa-Castaneda, 26, was arrested in Colorado

A driver identified as Ivan Zamarripa-Castaneda, 26, was arrested in Colorado in connection with a fatal hit-and-run crash, authorities said. (Denver Police Dept.)

But the Denver Sheriff’s Department refuses to honor the detainer.

New polling by Axios may show YUGE problems for Senate Democrats in 2018

According to new polling commissioned by Axios, President Trump’s approval rating is not translating into gains for Senate Democrats:

Dreamers to Democrats: We’re tired of your lies

The illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children – known as Dreamers – say that they have been failed by Democrats who are more interested in blaming President Trump and Republicans than delivering a congressional measure that would protect the young people from deportation as they await a path to legal residency.

Sessions blasts ‘radical’ move by California to block ICE raids, says move akin to ‘open borders’

Jeff Sessions, the U.S. attorney general, on Wednesday told Fox News that California is “not entitled” to block Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids and vowed that the federal government will not allow the Golden State to flout immigration laws.

Sessions called the state’s actions “radical,” and reminded other sanctuary city states that “federal law determines immigration policy,” not states.

On The Texas-Mexico Border, Migrants Are Overcoming Every Obstacle In Their Path

Every day in the Rio Grande Valley, hundreds of migrants maneuver a border crawling with patrols and unscrupulous smugglers. And still they keep coming.

Fox News Video,  Social media stars weigh in on the DACA debate and talk about the war on conservative women. Diamond and Silk: Dems using Dreamers as a political ploy

Fox Business Video, Maria Bartiromo
Trump for President senior adviser Lara Trump on the Trump administration’s trade policy and President Trump’s 2020 campaign. Lara Trump on tariffs: I don’t think Donald Trump bluffs

Poll: Five Senate Dems would lose to GOP challenger if elections held today

Five Senate Democrats trail their GOP challengers and would lose their bids for reelection were the 2018 midterms held today, according to polls from SurveyMonkey.

Dem Candidate Accused Of Beating Woman And Lying About Serving In Military

An Illinois Democratic congressional candidate has been accused of abusing women and lying about his service in the U.S. military, according to a Wednesday report.

DOJ Announces Fast and Furious Documents Withheld by Eric Holder Will Be Released

The Department of Justice announced Wednesday additional documents related to the Operation Fast and Furious scandal during the Obama administration will be released to the House Oversight Committee. The documents were previously withheld by Attorney General Eric Holder, who was voted in civil and criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to turn them over. President Obama invoked executive privilege in June 2012 to prevent their release just hours before the contempt vote was held.

DiGenova drops bombshell about Obama’s role with Clinton’s server

Did senior Obama administration officials bury a report that Hillary Clinton’s private email server was breached?

Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova said former President Barack Obama ordered officials to bury the report to protect Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Why Did It Take Two Weeks To Discover Parkland Students’ Astroturfing?

“Can you believe these kids?” It’s been a recurring theme of the coverage of the Parkland school shooting: the remarkable effectiveness of the high school students who created a gun control organization in the wake of the massacre.

In seemingly no time, the magical kids had organized events ranging from a national march to a mass school walkout, and they’d brought in a million dollars in donations from Oprah Winfrey and George Clooney.


World News:


A security threat has closed the U.S. consular agency by a major tourist hotspot in Mexico and officials have been told to keep away following a recent explosion aboard a ferry nearby.

The U.S. Embassy in Mexico took the decision to close services in coastal resort town Playa del Carmen on Wednesday night, issuing a statement on the alert that did not specifically state what the threat was.

Germany deports 100 Egyptians for residency permit violation

Egyptian airport officials say 100 Egyptians have landed in Cairo after being deported from Germany over residency permit violations, the first action of its kind from Berlin.

Lay judge criticized over Sharia ruling in Solna

In a landmark case, the Solna District Court has acquitted an Iraqi man suspected of abusing wife by pushing her against furniture, pulling her hair and hitting her face with a shoe. The court called the credibility of the woman’s testimony into question, stressing her “lowly” parentage.

In addition to stressing that the man “came from a good family,” unlike the woman, the court ruled that the fact that the woman turned to the police instead of the husband’s family “further” undermined her credibility. According to the court, “the normal thing” to do “in these circles” would be to try and resolve the conflict within the family.