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INCYMI, Headlines from the weekend:
President Trump declared on Sunday the deal for the Obama-era DACA program was “NO MORE” and called for “tough” immigration reform after a report stated a caravan carrying more than 1,000 people from Central America is traveling through Mexico and to the United States in hopes of entering the states illegally or by asking for asylum.
Trump, who has vowed to end catch and release, tweeted Sunday morning that Republicans need to take the “nuclear option” when passing tougher immigration laws.
Fox News Video: Border Patrol reaction to caravan of immigrants headed to US
Border Patrol union leader Brandon Judd provides insight as large group of immigrants make their way to the southern U.S. border.
President Donald Trump fired off a series of tweets Sunday morning warning Mexico about letting illegal aliens and drugs flow through Mexico to the United States.
Trump singled out the caravan of illegal migrants from Central America marching through to the U.S. with the permission of the Mexican government. Trump threatened Mexico over NAFTA and DACA if nothing is done.
Trump also called on the Republican controlled Senate to end the filibuster to pass tough laws securing the border.
Jamiel Shaw, whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant in 2008, said on Sunday that California Gov. Jerry Brown does not care about the safety of his own citizens.
Shaw responded to Gov. Brown’s recent pardon of five criminal illegal immigrants during a Fox News interview, asserting that Brown “doesn’t care about Americans.”
Pregnant teens who enter this country illegally and are held in federal custody can’t be barred by the U.S. government from obtaining abortions while a lawsuit over access to such services progresses.
U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan ordered Friday that the government be barred from “interfering with or obstructing” pregnant minors’ access to abortion counseling or abortions while a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) plays out.
A Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy struck a protester with his patrol SUV as she and others gathered in the street to denounce the killing of Stephon Clark, then left the scene, according to video of the incident.
Footage released by authorities showed a Texas man pointing his gun at a Houston police officer before being shot to death on Thursday.
The man, Marco Antonio Saavedra, 44, was pulled over in Pasadena, Texas, after running a stop sign Thursday when he ignored officers’ request to stay in his vehicle. The video showed Saavedra getting out of his white sedan.
Looking to buy a home in Sacramento, Calif.? Well, if you support President Donald Trump, at least one homeowner reportedly says she doesn’t want to sell her home to you.
The homeowner made the condition clear to her Realtor, Elizabeth Weintraub, according to Sacramento’s KOVR-TV.
Stacey Dash has ended her long-shot congressional bid in Southern California, saying the “bitterness” in politics and the “rigors” of campaigning have been detrimental to her family.
Dash, who was running as a Republican, faced long odds, to be sure.
If Alexander Hamilton wanted to visit the church where he’s buried today, he’d have to leave his pistol at home.
Historic Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel have installed metal detectors at their entrances, citing terrorism fears.
“It’s a sign of the times, unfortunately,” said Marc Pacheco, a tourist from Albuquerque who was visiting Trinity on Wednesday. “I’m sad that we have to have it, but it’s probably necessary.”
In The News:
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-nine percent (49%) disapprove.
World Autism Awareness Day is an opportunity to recognize and support all children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Today, millions of adults and an estimated 1 out of every 68 children in the United States have been diagnosed with some form of ASD. Notwithstanding these diagnoses, Americans with ASD make exceptional contributions across our Nation and around the world. On this day, we honor their accomplishments and recommit to ensuring that they enjoy the same opportunities to fulfill their potential that all Americans deserve.
The e-commerce titan’s stock fell after President Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday that Amazon was scamming the U.S. Postal Service.
Shares of tech giants Facebook, Netflix and Alphabet followed Amazon lower and put pressure on the broader market.
A healthy economy can be a dangerous thing.
Americans have a history of loading up on debt in good times, then paying dearly when the bills come due. Adding to the pain: A booming economy is often accompanied by rising interest rates, which make mortgages, credit cards and other debt much more expensive.
As the U.S. Federal Reserve raises rates, there are signs that consumers could be putting themselves in peril.
More than three in four Americans said they believe that traditional television and print outlets take part in reporting fake news.
Thirty-one percent of those polled said they believe the mainstream media reports fake news regularly, while 46 percent said it occurs occasionally.
The survey also shows that Americans increasingly feel that fake news is reported by mainstream media outlets.
Kentucky teachers are decrying what they call “bait-and-switch” changes to their pensions, after state lawmakers tucked those reforms into another bill about sewage and passed that bill last week.
Oklahoma is among the bottom three states in teachers’ salaries, and until Thursday, had not received a state raise in a decade.
The city’s scary record of 343 homicides in 2017 affirms the city’s well-known reputation as a dangerous place to live. Even if 2018 has fewer homicides, it doesn’t take a fortune teller to predict that this year’s homicide rate will be high. Until the city substantially reduces its homicide and other crimes rates, people will continue to view the city as dangerous and be reluctant to stay or move here.
The city’s public school system is a disaster. Last year, some of the schools had zero students who were proficient in math.
On a personal note: Last night I caught part of Bill OReilly’s weekly Newsmax interview,(Link provided in Commentary/Opinion) he talked about a 2016 stat “Homicides In Chicago Eclipse U.S. Death Toll In Afghanistan And Iraq”. I had never heard about that before. I thought how amazing it is that the Mainstream media doesn’t cover that, what a shame.
Chicago’s murder rate is spiralling out of control. Killings in the Windy City have already surpassed the 500 mark this year, more than New York and Los Angeles combined. The city hasn’t experienced a single day without a homicide since February of last year and the murder rate is at a 20-year high. The majority of the victims are young black men from a small number of neighborhoods in the city.
This is a RUSH transcript from “The O’Reilly Factor,” April 21, 2014. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
O’REILLY: “FACTOR Follow-up” segment tonight, death and destruction in Chicago. After the brutal winter there, the spring season has ushered in more violent death.
RAHM EMANUEL does not like the description of Chicago as a tale of two cities. Yet in the last few days the discrepancy between the prosperous, glossy neighbourhoods downtown and on the north side, which are thriving more than ever since Mr Emanuel took over as mayor in 2010, and the poor, violent south of the city was highlighted once more. First came the good news with predictions that the Windy City is on track this year to break its own record of 54m annual tourist visits—up from 39m in 2010. Then on September 25th followed grim reading: the publication of the annual crime statistics of the FBI showed Chicago’s murder rate is again one of the highest in the country.
Now teens are taking on an even grosser challenge in pursuit of Internet fame — and this one is making stomachs turn, as it is as disgusting as it is dangerous.
The latest challenge involves snorting a condom up one nostril, inhaling, and finally pulling it from the throat out the mouth.
The seventh-grade social-studies assignment, a copy of which was obtained by Blue Lives Matter, stated:
Editorial by Justice Geddes in The Bates Student, where he attacked the tradition as an exercise of “white privilege. The article has caused a backlash among conservatives.
The program as billed as an introduction to Bates and the environment that is so closely associated with the school and graduates.
However, in an article entitled “Aesop and the Outing Club Are Made of White Privilege,” Geddes took exception.
Nearly 100 recently arrested MS-13 gang members arrived in the United States by crossing through the U.S.-Mexico border as “unaccompanied minors” and then getting resettled throughout the country by the federal government.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Russian ships are skulking around underwater communications cables, causing the U.S. and its allies to worry the Kremlin might be taking information warfare to new depths.
Is Moscow interested in cutting or tapping the cables? Does it want the West to worry it might? Is there a more innocent explanation? Unsurprisingly, Russia isn’t saying.
A video shows how people were stuck on the roof of the building and had to jump down on a Fire Department cushion.
Police think the man started the fire in a rubbish bin and intentionally blocked the rear and the front exit. Neighbours say police visited the man regularly as he fought fiercely with his wife.
One thousand Europeans from 28 EU countries were asked: “How serious a threat to Europe is the rapid population growth of Muslims?”
Of the respondents, 40% said that they saw the threat as ‘very serious’, while another 30% said that they see it as ‘somewhat serious’.
A Swedish student of Stockholm’s Royal Institute of Technology, is suspended from his class, Friatider reports. The male student, called Felix, published a fact sheet about the overrepresentation of migrants concerning sex crimes in the country.
It all started with a discussion between Felix and two female classmates. When he said migrants are overrepresented as perpetrators of sex crimes the women did not believe him and wanted to see sources of his claim.
This week on Bill’s weekly Newsmax interview, Bill reflects on the March for Our Lives that took place over the weekend and explains the manipulation that is occurring. Stormy Daniels interviewed with ‘60 minutes’, most people are saying that the interview has dropped flat and nothing came out of it. As that may be the case, hear why these accusations are not going to stop and President Trump will see no to the issue. Watch the full interview at BillOReilly.com, each week.
In his column, O’Reilly calls the lefty propaganda machine the”destroy industry.” They use minority and women’s groups to play the role of the victim. Anyone who opposes them or offers a different opinion is labeled whatever choice term they happen to favor that day.