Rubio pushes family border detaining bill in U.S. Senate

The fabricated illegal immigration “crisis,” where parents and children are being supposedly being detained by Border Patrol along the U.S. southern border, has reached a fever pitch. While Democrats are crying that President Trump, who is using the same immigration enforcement protocols as then-President Obama used during his term in office, is inhumanely caging children away from their parents. But according to the Trump Administration, of the 12,000 children trying to cross illegally from Mexico, 10,000 of them are unaccompanied. If 10,000 are unaccompanied by an adult or parent, why wouldn’t they be detained in the manner that they...

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Illegal Aliens Are A Domestic Violence Problem

Sanctuary state and city activists have been demanding that ICE agents should be barred from courthouses because fear of deportation deters illegal aliens from making court appearances. At the top of their list of sympathetic complainants are victims of domestic violence. A recent New York Times story even claimed that fewer immigrants are reporting domestic violence out of fear of deportation. Why is domestic violence such a common theme in the media’s pro-illegal spin machine? It could just be another case of the pro-illegal lobby picking the most sympathetic groups, small children, abused women, to undermine immigration law and protect a...

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Is Nancy Pelosi trying to Incite a Rebellion?

Oh, Nancy. The most disliked politician in America just can’t seem to help herself. California Democrat Nancy Pelosi was at it again, putting her foot in her mouth, and actually sounding like she was hoping to incite a rebellion. Trending: Democrats in Terror as Trump Poll Numbers Continue to Rise Nancy’s concern centered around the government policy of separating children from their criminal parents when they’re detained illegally entering the country. Oddly, she’s never voiced any of these concerns in the past 20 years… which is how long the policy of not detaining children in a government facility has...

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Peter Strzok was escorted from FBI headquarters

Chuck Ross, DCNF FBI official Peter Strzok was escorted from bureau headquarters on Friday amid a disciplinary review of anti-Trump text messages he exchanged with another FBI official, his attorney said in a statement Tuesday. “Just as he has been for the last 20 years, Pete Strzok remains a proud FBI agent who wants to continue working to keep the American people safe,” said Strzok’s attorney, Aitan Goelman. Goelman said that Strzok remains an FBI employee. It is unclear if he will be fired soon or whether his access to FBI headquarters was restricted. The Department of Justice’s inspector general (IG) referred Strzok and four other FBI officials to the bureau for disciplinary action for politically-charged text messages they sent in 2016 and 2017. As the FBI’s deputy chief of counterintelligence, Strzok was the bureau’s lead investigator on the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. He joined Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team shortly after it was formed on May 17, 2017. Strzok was removed from he investigation in July after the IG discovered a slew of anti-Trump text messages that Strzok exchanged with FBI attorney Lisa Page. Page resigned from the FBI last month. The IG released a report on Thursday that revealed that Strzok sent a text message on Aug. 8, 2016 that said “we’ll stop” Donald Trump from being elected president. The IG report said...

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CBS Investigates State AGs Cozy With Lobbyists, Gives Dems a Free Pass

CBS Evening News has had a slightly better-than-normal track record recently of providing relatively balanced coverage when it came to Republicans and Democrats. But during Tuesday’s edition, they had a pretty serious relapse. Chief Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes presented what was pitched as a CBS News investigation into state-level attorneys general who were getting a little too cozy with corporate lobbyists. But in reality, it targeted primarily Republican AGs while giving Democratic ones what amounted to a free pass. A double standard if ever there was one. “Now our CBS News investigative team, which went undercover to expose the...

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Why Juneteenth is Worth Celebrating

Juneteenth is a testimony of how an imperfect nation bore the pain of death and division so that the right of liberty might expand its reach. I first blogged about Juneteenth in 2015. As I noted then, the day’s significance is almost criminally underappreciated. Over the last few years, the 19th of June and its significance, are slowly gaining national popularity, reverence, and acknowledgment. Because there are only so many ways to recount historical events, my post from 2015: Through the course of conversation, I found many of my freedom-loving friends had never heard of Juneteenth. Being a native...

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Law clerk hiring and the #MeToo movement

Rahm Emanuel famously said “you never let a serious crisis go to waste.” It’s clear to me that left-wing feminists are not about to let the #MeToo crisis (if that’s what it is) go to waste. Here’s an example. At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing last week, Sen. Kamala Harris worried (or purported to) that judges will be reluctant to hire female law clerks for fear of being hit with claims of sexual harassment. Is this a legitimate concern? It might be if judges fear being wrongly accused of harassment. If a judge does not fear this, then he has no reason to avoid hiring female clerks. The judge can hire such clerks and then not harass them. Should judges fear being wrongly accused by women of sexual harassment? I’ve seen no evidence that female law clerks invent sexual harassment claims against their males bosses. Indeed, the feminist narrative, which is probably valid in the law clerk-judge context, holds that women are loath to accuse powerful men like judges of sexual misconduct, even when it occurs. I don’t think judges need to worry about being accused of sexual misconduct when it does not occur. Thus, the suspicion arises that Sen. Harris isn’t concerned about the non-hiring of female clerks due to MeToo. More likely, she is irked by the essentially unfettered power of judges to hire, and thereby provide...

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Gowdy: Why didn’t Comey try to get a special counsel appointed in the Hillary probe instead of deciding everything himse…

Via Mediaite, a perfectly fair question. Comey’s answer, I assume, would be that investigating a sitting president, which is what Trump was when Mueller was appointed, is different from investigating a would-be president, which is what Clinton was during Emailgate. Yes, there’s a conflict in a Democratic-run DOJ deciding whether to indict the Democratic nominee, all but dooming her electoral chances if they chose to proceed. But it’s not the sort of direct conflict involved when the DOJ is required to investigate its own boss, as has been the case with Trump and Russiagate since January 20, 2017. But...

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LISTEN: BORDER MADNESS; JUST SAY NO TO THE CHILDREN

By Michael Savage https://michaelsavage.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/061918-H1S1.mp3 In my book Trump’s War, I offered wisdom and warning for Donald Trump as he took on the role as president. I urged President Trump to, “make sure GOP doesn’t mean Grand Old Party, but Government of the People.” Then, I implored the president to be cautious of those who claimed to support him, those who alleged to represent the policies he set forth, calling upon the words of Shakespeare, “Et tu, Brutus?” Today, as Republicans join with Democrats to demand an end to separation of families as the illegals cross the border, we see...

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Kirstjen Nielsen Beats Back Fake News

RUSH: Now, I realize that all of you tune in to this program each and every day to hear what I have to say. I have yet to hear a complaint in 29 years. “Rush, you don’t have enough guests. Rush, you don’t take enough calls.” I have never heard that. In fact, just the opposite. I’ve heard, “Why are you wasting time with a guest when you can say it better?” And I understand the sentiment. But there are exceptions to those days, and today is gonna be one of them, because the sound bite roster today is...

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Trump huddles with House GOP on immigration as border outrage escalates

President Trump met with House Republicans Tuesday to discuss immigration legislation as lawmakers searched for a way to end the administration’s policy of separating families who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border. After the meeting broke up, the White House announced that Trump had endorsed legislation negotiated between GOP leaders and moderate Republicans that promises to “solve the border crisis and family separation issue by allowing for family detention and removal.” A person in the room told Fox News that Trump also endorsed an immigration bill authored by conservative Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., but that measure is not expected to...

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New Copyright Law Could Make Current and Future Internet Memes Illegal to Share

Posting memes, remixes, and other similar content could soon be banned from the web in the European Union, according to critics who are speaking out against a recently proposed copyright law. The law, known as the “Copyright Directive,” will be voted on later this month by the European Parliament, and lawmakers suggest that this will protect content creators in the internet age. However, one of the primary reasons why the internet age has brought us so much innovation and novelty is because of the fact that such a large aggregate of people are able to share their ideas and build...

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Leftist ‘Nazi’ Hysteria Looms Large as Liberals Turn to Fascism

It is hard to believe that, even after seven decades of education and the advent of the internet, that some people still don’t understand what Nazism and Fascism were, and still are. This is evident most prominently within liberal circles, with democratic voters constantly and consistently attempting to brand anyone with whom they disagree as “literally Hitler”.  Think that this is an overreaction?  Think again:  A website entitled https://donaldtrumpisliterallyhitler.com exists to prove you otherwise. Of course, Nazis were socialists, which you think would be enough to dissuade the Bernie Bros from slinging stones in their glass houses, but apparently not....

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Wikipedia adds US immigrant ‘detention centers’ to list of concentration and internment camps

Eric Lieberman, DCNF (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images) Wikipedia includes America’s immigrant “detention centers” located at the U.S.-Mexican border on its list of concentration and interment camps after changes made over the last few days. Joining the gulags established by the Soviet Union, the U.S. imprisonment of Japanese-Americans during World War II, and several other very sore points of global history, the incarceration of immigrants trying to gain entry to the U.S. from the border shared with Mexico is now part of the infamous list of captivity and violence. But it wasn’t done without some fairly heated debate. The...

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Conservative Coalition Calls on Tech Giants to Provide Plans for Eliminating Bias and Censorship

RESTON, VA – On Tuesday, the Media Research Center (MRC) and the recently formed coalition, Conservatives Against Online Censorship, called on tech giants Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to release blueprints by September 1 for how they will address the four following key areas of concern: ●       Provide Transparency:  Conservatives need to know that they are being treated the same as all others. Social media companies have operated in a black-box environment, only releasing anecdotes about reports on content and users when they think it necessary. This needs to change. The companies need to design open...

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Anti-Trump Activist Richard Painter’s First Ad is a Dumpster Fire – Literally

“all this talk about dumpster fire, it’s just fake news” If Richard Painter didn’t exist, and you tried to make him up, no one would believe it. He is a former George W. Bush ethics lawyer who has switched to the Democratic party and is running for U.S. Senate in Minnesota. His first campaign ad is a real dumpster fire. That’s not an exaggeration, it’s a real dumpster fire. Jacqueline Thomsen writes at The Hill: Richard Painter puts out ‘dumpster fire’ in first campaign ad Minnesota Senate candidate Richard Painter (D) released his first campaign ad this week, likening...

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The truth about separating kids at the border, Part Two

John and I have written about the separation of adult illegal immigrants from the children they unlawfully bring with them into this country. I want to direct attention to two articles on the subject that make additional points. Jason Jones and John Zmirak argue that the Mexican government created the problem: These migrants from Central America claim that the chaos in their home countries amounts to “persecution.” If so, then by international law they must seek refuge in the “first safe country.” That was Mexico, which didn’t offer them asylum, but shipped them north to us. They also note the recklessness of adults who bring their children from Central America through Mexico: The Huffington Post reported that 80% of women and girls from Central America who enter the U.S. illegally suffer rape. If the percentage even remotely approaches that number, then almost anything we can do to discourage immigrants from bringing children through Mexico is worthwhile. Jones and Zmirak also place the issue of separation at the border in the context of sex trafficking: Every year thousands of children get raped, abused, and sold. Right here in America. Many of these kids are immigrants, and a key tactic traffickers use is to pretend that they are their parents. (Emphasis added) Daniel Horowitz picks up on this theme, as well as the matter of drugs and gang violence: We have...

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Gallup: Trump approval ties his personal high as satisfaction with U.S. direction reaches highest level in 12 years

It must be that child separation policy that everyone seems to love. Well … that, or the gangbusters economy. Yeah, probably the gangbusters economy. Which soon may be even more gangbusters than it is right now. Not to rain on POTUS’s parade, as this is great news, but imagine topping out in job approval at 45/50 despite rolling out one sweet jobs report after another for months. Republicans like to point to the fact that Obama was also mired in the mid-40s approval-wise for much of his presidency, which is a fair point: In our hyperpartisan age, all presidents...

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Unpacking the Manufactured Migrant Children Crisis

RUSH: Now, let’s go through this. It can sound very complicated, and I try to make the complex understandable. First a story from Breitbart today. Well, actually yesterday. “Democratic Lawmaker: Obama Admin Kept Child Migrant Crisis ‘Very Quiet’ — Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) claimed in an interview Saturday that the Obama administration tried to cover up the number of unaccompanied minors crossing the United States’ southern border.” Now, let’s remember part of what we’re talking about here. Let me set the table. You remember — I guess it’d be three or four years ago now — in the early...

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Sessions rebukes critics who compare border situation to Nazi Germany: ‘Fundamentally, we’re enforcing the law’

Attorney General Jeff Sessions forcefully rebuked critics who fault the Trump administration for the separation of illegal immigrant families at the border, saying that the Obama administration’s policies are partially to blame. Speaking to Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” Monday night, Sessions said illegal immigrants have taken advantage of the U.S. “We have watched what happened with the Obama policies, and over years, we went from 15,000 illegal entries to 75,000 — this is a huge loophole in our system that’s attracting more and more people, as more and more people understand that, under previous policies, if they enter...

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Mexican Illegal Alien Kills 14-Year-Old Boy on Bike In Hit-And-Run – Out On Bond

A Mexican illegal alien has been charged in the death of a 14-year-old Michigan boy after he hit him while the boy was on his bicycle and then fled the scene. Miguel A. Ibarra Cerda, an illegal alien from Mexico who only speaks Spanish and needed an interpreter to be questioned, worked as a waiter in Wixom County, Michigan.  Police say he was driving a blue Honda Odyssey minivan when he hit 14-year-old Justin Lee, who was riding his friend’s bicycle. Cerda apparently didn’t stop and left young Justin in a ditch.  Lee was then transported to a hospital but...

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Twitter’s Frivolous Banning and Blocking Ruled Unconscionable!

As we begin to truly settle into this new media order of the 21st century, there are some profound and powerful hurdles that we have yet to clear in 2018…many of which come to a crossroads with our own Constitution in a major way. The most obvious concern that we have regarding our Bill of Rights in this new American century is the trampling of our First Amendment right to free speech…something so intrinsically important to America that it is literally the first thing that the Founding Fathers guaranteed to us when they risked it all for freedom. So, now that...

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Harvard students get dropped in America’s heartland to meet actual Trump voters. The result was life-changing.

The Harvard Institute of Politics, along with Salena Zito, a Washington Examiner reporter and contributor to CNN and the New York Post, has developed a new course to remove students from their liberal surroundings on campus and drop them in the rural heartland, aka the home of those who voted for President Donald Trump. Over the last few months, IOP students have been traveling the backroads and main streets of America with journalist @SalenaZito to learn from and report on the people and places outside the classroom. #IOPening https://t.co/NJEWJmNDrM — Institute of Politics (@HarvardIOP) June 17, 2018 The “Main Street Project” is...

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Mitchell Invites Guest to Slam ‘Evil,’ ‘Sin’ of Trump Enforcing Immigration Law

After making a strong push last week to promote the views of religious liberals to advocate against the Trump administration strictly enforcing immigration laws, Monday saw the liberal Bible-thumping go into overdrive as MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell brought aboard Father James Martin, and cued him up to complain that Trump’s immigration policies are “sinful” and to repeatedly attach the word “evil” to the government keeping children in a separate facility while their parents are prosecuted for illegally crossing the border. At 12:26 p.m. Eastern, on her Andrea Mitchell Reports show, the MSNBC host introduced the segment by recalling that...

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