GOP Reps Plan To Remove Rule Giving Gov’t Jobs to Illegals

GOP legislators, led by Georgia Rep. Tom Graves, are working to kill off a Democratic measure which has been added to the House’s 2018 spending plan and will allow younger illegal immigrants to find jobs in government.

Erdogan on Coup Anniversary: ‘We’ll Rip the Heads Off These Traitors’

ANKARA, TURKEY - JULY 16 : (----EDITORIAL USE ONLY MANDATORY CREDIT - ' TURKISH PRESIDENCY / YASIN BULBUL / HANDOUT' - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS----) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (L) speaks during the opening ceremony of the 'July 15 Martyrs Monument' at the Presidential Complex within the July 15 Democracy and National Unity Day's events held to mark July 15 defeated coup's 1st anniversary in Ankara, Turkey on July 16, 2017. 249 people were martyred and nearly 2,200 people injured in the defeated 15th of July 2016 coup attempt, which the Turkish government said was carried out by the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) led by U.S.-based Turkish citizen Fetullah Gulen. (Photo by Turkish Presidency / Yasin Bulbul / Handout/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan marked the one-year anniversary of the attempt to overthrow him by dedicating a monument to those killed during the July 2016 coup, and promising to “rip the heads off” the traitors who perpetrated it.

Turley: Saying Trump Jr. Committed Crime Would Make Criminal Code Cover Foreign Academics and Environmental Groups

On Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Hardball,” George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley argued that prosecuting Donald Trump Jr. by treating the exchange of information as a political contribution would broaden the criminal code to include a broad amount of political speech, and make the criminal code cover foreign academics or environmental groups. Turley began the interview by stating that Trump is making the same mistake in giving his family members powerful positions that President Clinton made by putting his wife in charge of healthcare reform and that such nepotism rarely has any public value. After the discussion turned to the legal aspects of Donald Trump Jr.’s Russia meeting, Turley said that he wasn’t convinced the meeting was a crime. Host Chris Matthews Matthews responded by asking whether accepting opposition research is “accepting assets from a foreign source, which I understand to be illegal?” Turley answered, “Chris, look, you’re a great advocate of the First Amendment, and I respect that. And there’s where I would caution you, that if you start to treat the exchange of information as if it’s equivalent to a political contribution, it would bring a host of political speech within the criminal code, that’s never been done.

‘Screw it!!’ – Rush Limbaugh REVOLTS against media’s Trump Jr. coverage

Rush Limbaugh said that his entire show was devoid of ANY talk about the Trump Jr. meeting with a bunch of Russians that is seizing headlines. Watch below: I’ll have to take . . .