Washington Post, by David Weigel Posted By: NorthernDog- Mon, 25 49 2018 02:49:54 GMT Toward the end of his speech to Nevada Republicans on Saturday, President Trump issued a warning: Democrats were working to abolish Immigration and Customs and Enforcement, or ICE. “They want to get rid of ICE!” the president said. “Our ICE people are so tough. They’re so much tougher than the MS-13 people.” On Sunday morning, CNN’s Jake Tapper put the question to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Did the senator, a democratic socialist and 2016 presidential candidate, the most prominent left-wing politician in the country, want to abolish ICE? “I think what we need is to create policies which deal with immigration
New York Times, by Susan Bevan & Susan Cullman Posted By: JoniTx- Mon, 25 03 2018 03:03:20 GMT When the obituary for the Republican Party is written, the year 1980 will be cited as the beginning of the end. Reaganism was in full flower, but the big tent was already folding. Republican leaders endorsed a constitutional ban on abortion at the convention that summer, ending the party’s historic commitment to women’s rights and personal freedom. “We are about to bury the rights of over 100 million American women under a heap of platitudes,” protested Mary Dent Crisp, the co-chairwoman of the Republican National Committee. Her colleagues assured her that the platform was nonbinding and that reproductive health services
American Thinker, by Monica Showalter Posted By: PageTurner- Mon, 25 04 2018 03:04:12 GMT The New York Times is doing stories on its own reporter, a perfect instance of meta’reportage, under the pious guise of how the Ali Watkins revelations of sleeping with sources ‘ multiple sources, it turns out ‘ “rattled the Washington media.” Really? Never seen a news agency do a full investigative piece, full of unsourced gossip about one of their own reporters and her love life, from all her chatty, unnamed colleagues, go out as straight news. It´s actually more like high school. But it also suggests they´re getting ready to get rid of her. Maybe they care about their
American Thinker, by Ed Straker Posted By: PageTurner- Mon, 25 08 2018 03:08:29 GMT Not a day goes by without some headline about the suffering of illegal alien kids, nearly all of whom are eating and living better than they ever have in their lives, courtesy of the US taxpayer. Most of them were sent to America unaccompanied by adults, so our tax dollars could take care of them. But apparently some kids are unhappy. They are being made to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. What´s worse, they´re being made to say it in English! …each morning they are required to stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance, in English, to the country that holds them
Breitbart Big Journalism, by John Nolte Posted By: JoniTx- Mon, 25 13 2018 03:13:40 GMT Driven by impotent rage, political extremism, and their own frustration at President Trump’s ongoing foreign and domestic successes, the establishment media had its worst week in years last week surrounding their now’debunked border separation hoax. The timing of last week’s disaster (which I will detail in a sec), could not have been worse. It came right on the heels of a Gallup poll full of dreadful news. A clean majority of 62 percent believe the “traditional news media” is biased. A full 44 percent believe the media is inaccurate, and another 39 percent believe the media spread misinformation. And those
PJ Media, by Debra Heine Posted By: PageTurner- Mon, 25 18 2018 03:18:01 GMT “Occupy” protesters have been camping outside an ICE office in Portland, Oregon, leading the facility to temporarily shut down. The occupiers say that they won´t leave until the Trump administration revokes its “zero tolerance” immigration policy. Since Sunday the agitators, whose numbers are increasing, have been engaged in activities such as blocking the entrance to the building…Shouting at people as they drive by…Chanting…Blocking the road…Blocking the road… Heckling ICE employees… Blocking employees from leaving work… And generally stinking up the place.
American Thinker, by Ed Timperlake Posted By: JoniTx- Mon, 25 21 2018 03:21:48 GMT Having served on active duty in uniform from 1965’1975, first at the US Naval Academy then as a Marine Officer, it was sad to feel hate when members of the public called us baby killers and worse. The worse included at times cowardly personal attacks such as spitting and running away, or “accidentally” stepping on shoes or bumping just enough to avoid proving a physical response. The lowest of the low were anti’war activists reaching out directly to the families of the fallen to say their loved one had it coming. We all had sworn an oath to support and
The omission of farmworkers from overtime law is a vestige of the Great Depression.
The event began in 1994 and is held on the Friday before Pride each June.
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