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Reports: ‘Caravan Migrants’ Waiting to Cross Mexico-California Border

Reports: ‘Caravan Migrants’ Waiting to Cross Mexico-California Border

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Several reports indicate that the fragments of the “migrant caravan” are now arriving south of the U.S. border with Mexico. Border Patrol officials in California and Arizona said they have not seen any illegal border crossings between ports of entry this week. Over the weekend, about 600 migrants arrived via train in the northern Mexican city of Hermosillo, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday. The group plans to continue to Tijuana in the next few days. Late last week, about 50 migrants from Central America arrived in Tijuana, Reuters reported. “Since peaking at around 1,500 people, the so-called migrant ‘caravan’ has dwindled under pressure from Trump and Mexican migration authorities, who vowed to separate those migrants with a right to stay in Mexico from those who did not,” Re
CNN Goes to Commercial After Its Own Analyst Rebels Against Network Agenda

CNN Goes to Commercial After Its Own Analyst Rebels Against Network Agenda

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There’s always been some speculation among CNN watchers that the “Most Trusted Name In News” conspicuously goes to commercial or has their feed cut when one of the talking heads on their network says something inconvenient. Of course, nobody can prove this happens intentionally — indeed, one almost feels a bit conspiracy theory-ish even saying it — but it’s certainly odd. The latest instance of the mysterious CNN cutoff happened Monday, when CNN’s national security commentator, Mike Rogers, was interviewed about the Russia investigation. Rogers, a former congressman who’s also had stints with the Army and FBI, said that if no evidence against the president is turned up, it’s time to end the “eternal investigations” involving Trump and Russian collusion. https://youtu.be/igITJzy
‘Real Indian’ Running Against Warren, Using Her Own Claims Against Her

‘Real Indian’ Running Against Warren, Using Her Own Claims Against Her

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U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s dubious claims of Native American heritage decades ago are once again plaguing her political career, this time in the form of a long-shot rival seeking to exploit the issue in a controversial new campaign ad. The Massachusetts Democrat cited the heritage, which she has later claimed to be a part of her family tradition, at multiple points in her early career. In addition to questioning the legitimacy of her claims, critics have also accused Warren of identifying as a minority with the purpose of gaining an unfair advantage in the workplace. A man of Indian heritage running as an independent against her hopes to invoke the controversy to his advantage. Shiva Ayyadurai has positioned himself as the answer to Warren, whom he deemed a “fake Indian” in a
After pardoning political allies, Trump quietly denies clemency for 180 others

After pardoning political allies, Trump quietly denies clemency for 180 others

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WASHINGTON — President Trump has denied clemency for 180 people who had applied for pardons and commutations through formal Justice Department channels— even as he's short-circuited that process to pardon political allies. The denials, decided last week, represent the first movements in the Justice Department's clemency caseload since Trump was inaugurated last year, according to the Office of the Pardon Attorney. Among those denied clemency: Anthony Calabrese, a 57-year-old reputed mob hit man from Chicago convicted of three robberies and sentenced to 62 years in prison. He had requested compassionate release after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. One White House official, speaking on condition of anonymity because officials were not authorized to comment publicly, said the denial
DNC Unknowingly Suicides with Trump Suit, Opens Door for Trump to Depose Hillary

DNC Unknowingly Suicides with Trump Suit, Opens Door for Trump to Depose Hillary

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Democrats, be careful what you wish for. When the news broke Friday that the Democrat National Committee had filed a federal lawsuit against the Trump campaign for literally helping its candidate win an election, the party’s water-carriers in the media were full of intimations that it was the end of the Trump presidency. But as the story settles in that the DNC is accusing Trump’s camp of being involved in the hacking of the DNC’s computer systems, some possibilities raised by the suit make it look like the worst potential move by Democrats since the party made Hillary Clinton its nominee in 2016. In fact, it could be political suicide. That’s not the spin in the liberal-loving media, of course. USA Today published an Op-Ed from former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile headlined,
Massive: Waffle House Shooter’s Guns Had Been Seized, Gun Control FAILED

Massive: Waffle House Shooter’s Guns Had Been Seized, Gun Control FAILED

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After every major shooting incident, gun-control advocates demand the imposition of ineffective new laws while supporters of gun rights argue that plenty of gun laws that don’t always work are already on the books. Case in point would be the tragic shooting that took place Sunday morning at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tennessee, when a 29-year-old Illinois man opened fire at the restaurant and killed at least four people, wounding at least seven others, according to USA Today. The suspect — identified as Travis Reinking — was known to authorities and had run afoul of gun laws as recently as last year, when he was arrested by the Secret Service for being armed in a “restricted area” in the vicinity of the White House. That run-in with the law resulted in his Illinois firearms owner
Newly Released Gov’t Study Shows Overwhelming Number of Shootings Are Defensive

Newly Released Gov’t Study Shows Overwhelming Number of Shootings Are Defensive

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When the Centers for Disease Control researched gun violence two decades ago, it found that firearms are used to protect citizens more than 2 million times per year, according to an expert criminologist. Gary Kleck of the Florida State University of Criminology and Criminal Justice recently reported on a CDC study conducted between 1996 and 1998, the results of which were never publicly released. “CDC’s findings indicated that an average of 2.46 million U.S. adults used a gun for self-defense in each of the years from 1996 through 1998,” Kleck wrote in a summary of his research into what the CDC uncovered, but did not share with the American people. “CDC never reported the results of those surveys, does not report on their website any estimates of DGU frequency, and does not even
Reporter Asks Trump If He’s ‘Too Scared’ To Fire Mueller, His Reply Silences Room

Reporter Asks Trump If He’s ‘Too Scared’ To Fire Mueller, His Reply Silences Room

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President Donald Trump spent several days hosting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago this week. During a joint press conference with the two world leaders on Thursday, a reporter brazenly asked the U.S. president if he is “too scared” to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Trump’s reply immediately silenced the crowded room and showed the insolent reporter who’s boss. By all accounts, President Donald Trump’s time with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago this week was a resounding success. The pair has kindled a tight relationship ever since the 45th president took office, and that relationship will be instrumental as North and South Korea meet for historic peace talks: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe began two days of meetings with President Trump at the
Americans Should Be Alarmed by Increase of Voter Fraud Cases

Americans Should Be Alarmed by Increase of Voter Fraud Cases

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Despite the lack of media coverage, evidence of election fraud continues to mount. This week, The Heritage Foundation added 26 new entries to its election fraud database, bringing the searchable ledger to a total of 1,132 proven instances of election fraud. That includes 983 cases that ended in a criminal conviction, 48 that led to civil penalties, 79 where defendants were enrolled in a diversion program, and 22 cases of official or judicial findings of fraud. Americans should be alarmed. These entries represent irrefutable evidence that fraud has impacted elections in 47 states, and across all levels of government. Worse still, they are probably just the tip of America’s election fraud iceberg. The Heritage database is not comprehensive, so the actual volume of vote fraud is like
DNC Literally Suing Trump Campaign for ‘Conspiracy to Help Trump Win’

DNC Literally Suing Trump Campaign for ‘Conspiracy to Help Trump Win’

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They’re going to try to prove “collusion” in court? Clearly frustrated that special counsel Robert Mueller has come up with almost nothing so far to prove the accusation that the President Donald Trump’s election campaign colluded with the Russian government to fix the 2016 presidential race, the Democrat National Committee filed a lawsuit Friday aimed at doing Mueller’s job for him. It’s not likely to end well. In one of the more bizarre twists in the already hopelessly convoluted quest to undo the results of the campaign, and undo the Trump presidency, the DNC is asking a federal court to find the Trump campaign engaged in activity to “bolster Trump and denigrate the Democratic Party nominee,” according to CNBC. Well, as the DNC well knows, bolstering its own candidate and de