San Diego’s KUSI ran a special report recently on the border crisis facing America.
Reporter Dan Plante spent the day on the border and came back with a stunning report that first aired on August 17th. Dan says 9 out of 10 illegals are released back on the streets of San Diego. Continue reading “Illegal Immigrants Tell Border Agents “Obama Said It Was OK to Come””
The Press Enterprise
Jurupa Unified School District officials received an unconfirmed report that two Indian Hills Elementary School students were diagnosed with leprosy, which prompted them to send a letter home to parents Friday, Sept. 2.
Though the information has not been confirmed, said Superintendent Elliott Duchon, school district officials decided to send the letter home as a precaution. Continue reading “Unconfirmed reports of leprosy at elementary school prompt parent notification”
The Guardian – by Tom Phillips
China’s leaders have been accused of delivering a calculated diplomatic snub toBarack Obama after the US president was not provided with a staircase to leave his plane during his chaotic arrival in Hangzhou before the start of the G20.
Chinese authorities have rolled out the red carpet for leaders including India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, the South Korean president, Park Geun-hye, Brazil’s president, Michel Temer, and the British prime minister, Theresa May, who touched down on Sunday morning. Continue reading “Barack Obama ‘deliberately snubbed’ by Chinese in chaotic arrival at G20”
A protest against a four-state, $3.8billion oil pipeline turned violent on Saturday after tribal officials say construction crews destroyed Native American burial and cultural sites on private land in southern North Dakota.
Morton County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Donnell Preskey said four private security guards and two guard dogs were injured after several hundred protesters confronted construction crews at the site just outside the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. Continue reading “Violent scenes at North Dakota oil pipeline as Native American protesters claim sacred burial grounds were destroyed by construction crews”
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
The California State Assembly recently passed a bill that received minimal recognition by the press, outside of the state, but has substantial negative consequences for basically everyone in the country. Once signed by Jerry Brown, the bill, known as AB 1066, will make California the only state in the entire country to provide overtime wages to ag workers after 8 hours a day or 40 hours per week. This change will add about $1BN annually to the cost of growing food in California which will ultimately be passed along to consumers. And since eating isn’t really optional, this is effectively a $1BN tax that California has decided to levy on the entire country. Worse yet, increasing food prices is essentially the most regressive form of “tax” possible given the disproportionate share of wages spent on food by low-income families. And, while you may not know it, California is an agricultural powerhouse that produces roughly 1/3 of all vegetables consumed in this country and 2/3s of the fruits and nuts. Continue reading “California Just Passed A $1 Billion Tax On The Whole Country That No One Noticed”
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican immigration authorities say 424 migrants from African countries arrived at the southern state of Chiapas over two days last week.
The National Immigration Institute said Tuesday that it has issued them 20-day transit visas that will allow the migrants to reach the U.S.-Mexico border, where they plan to request asylum. Continue reading “Mexico issues transit visas to surge of African migrants”
Fox News – by Todd Starnes
Rodney Ivester, of Corinth, Texas, is the kind of guy you’d like as a neighbor. He maintains a tidy lawn, doesn’t make much of a racket and he flies an American flag.
About three weeks ago, Rodney decided to post another flag alongside Old Glory – to honor law enforcement. It’s a black & white version of the U.S. flag adorned with a blue stripe.
He told me that posting the flag was a small way that he could honor the memory of the five police officers gunned down in Dallas in July. Continue reading “Homeowner told to remove “noxious & offensive” pro-police flag”
Washington Free Beacon – by Elizabeth Harrington
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is spending nearly $1 million to teach refugees how to farm.
New grants announced last week include two projects in Idaho and Kansas to “cultivate the next generation of farmers” by helping refugees get land leases to start their own farms. Continue reading “Feds Spend $1 Million for Refugees to Become Farmers”
Washington Free Beacon – by Adam Kredo
The Obama administration is withholding from Congress details about how $1.3 billion in U.S. taxpayer funds was delivered to Iran, according to conversations with lawmakers, who told the Washington Free Beacon that the administration is now stonewalling an official inquiry into the matter.
The Departments of State, Treasury, and Justice have all rebuffed a congressional probe into the circumstances surrounding the $1.3 billion payment to Iran, which is part of an additional $400 million cash payout that occurred just prior to the release of several U.S. hostages and led to accusations that the administration had paid Iran a ransom. Continue reading “Obama Admin Won’t Tell Congress How It Paid Iran $1.3 Billion in Taxpayer Funds”
Off the Grid News – by Daniel Jennings
A Florida man was arrested for shooting an aggressive alligator, on his own property, that threatened not only his horses but also his stepson.
Reginald Blanton, 74, could face up to five years in jail for shooting an alligator that eventually died. Continue reading “Rancher Shoots Alligator That Threatened His Horses – And Gets Arrested”
On Monday, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told Ohio police that, if elected, he would give them military weapons. He also told black and Latino voters that since they live in “war zones” they could only be safe by voting for him.
Trump met with the Akron chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police, a union that has not yet endorsed a presidential candidate. He reportedly vowed to be “a cheerleader” for police if elected president, and said he would supply them with military weapons currently unavailable to them. Continue reading “Trump Promises Cops He’ll Give Them Military Weapons If Elected”
The Pentagon has warned Syria and Russia that the US is ready to shoot down their planes, which Washington claims threaten American advisers in northern Syria.
The warning came after US fighter jets tried to engage Syrian Arab Air Force aircraft in Syria last week, but the showdown was avoided as government planes left before the Americans arrived. Continue reading “US ready to target Russian, Syrian jets in Syria: Pentagon”
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A federal judge in Texas has blocked the Obama administration’s order that requires public schools to let transgender students use the bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their chosen gender identity.
In a temporary injunction signed Sunday, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor ruled that the federal education law known as Title IX “is not ambiguous” about sex being defined as “the biological and anatomical differences between male and female students as determined at their birth.” Continue reading “Judge in Texas temporarily blocks Obama’s transgender rules”
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
As we reported a few days ago, Bill and Hillary Clinton spent Friday night in Martha’s Vineyard celebrating Bill’s 70th birthday (posted here). We’re sure it was a grand affair, well worth the heat Obama had to take from Louisiana flood victims to attend.
Turns out the following morning, Hillary, not one to be bothered with traditional peasant forms of travel, awoke andtook her private jet just 20 miles over to Nantucket where the Rothschilds will be hosting a fundraiser. The event is open to all…well anyone who can afford the $100,000 per person price tag. Hopefully this is a sign that the whole global warming thing has been solved and we can all rest comfortably at night knowing that we’re safe from sudden, violent attacks at the hands of ManBearPig. Continue reading “Hillary Clinton Flies 20 Miles In Private Jet To Attend Rothschild Nantucket Fundraiser”
US News – by Steven Nelson
A former Navy machinist mate who admitted taking photos inside a nuclear submarine was sentenced to a year in prison Friday, with a federal judge rebuffing a request for probation in light of authorities deciding not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information on a private email server as secretary of state.
Kristian Saucier’s attorneys argued in a court filing last week that Clinton had been “engaging in acts similar to Mr. Saucier” with information of much higher classification. It would be “unjust and unfair for Mr. Saucier to receive any sentence other than probation for a crime those more powerful than him will likely avoid,” attorney Derrick Hogan wrote.
Continue reading “Sailor Denied ‘Clinton Deal’, Gets 1 Year in Prison for 6 Photos of Sub”
The Free Thought Project – by Claire Bernish
Memos and documents published by DCLeaks continue shedding light on billionaire globalist George Soros and his progressive organization, Open Society Foundations — the latest revelation evidencing a carefully-constructed and heavily funded effort to “influence” Supreme Court a decision on illegal immigration.
Dated February 2016, the memo, co-authored by OSF U.S. programs director Ken Zimmerman and deputy director Andrea Batista Schlesinger, addresses the group’s 14-member advisory board of U.S. operations, the Daily Caller reported. Continue reading “Soros Hack Shows Billionaire Tried to Buy Supreme Court Ruling on Immigration”
Natural News – by Isabelle Z
A California man is facing criminal charges for erecting a small dwelling off the grid on property that he owns.
Soylent CEO Rob Rhinehart purchased the 8,422-square-foot piece of land on Los Angeles’ Flat Top Hill in a city auction in December. With no electricity or water hook-ups, it sold for a cheap $21,300. Rhinehart spent a further $1,500 buying a red shipping container to place on the land and adding a portable toilet and solar power. His aim was to create a minimalist home featuring graywater recycling, solar panels, and a septic tank. Continue reading “Man facing years in prison for placing simple off-the-grid cabin on his own property”
Fox News – by Malia Zimmerman
Immigration judges around the country are denying the Department of Homeland Security’s attempts to deport illegal immigrants in record numbers, according to a new report.
Over the last 10 months, immigration judges opted against the department’s efforts to remove some 96,223 illegal immigrants, including criminals, according to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, a Syracuse University-based nonprofit. Continue reading “Judges nixed DHS bids to deport illegal immigrants 100,000 times: report”
Salon – by Ben Norton
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signed bipartisan-backed legislation that will punish groups that endorse a boycott of Israel in protest of its violations of Palestinian human rights. Christie, who is one of the most outspoken supporters of far-right Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, signed the bill on Tuesday.
It requires the New Jersey government to identify companies that support a boycott of Israel, raising fears that it would create a “blacklist” of institutions that back the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions, or BDS, movement.
Continue reading ““Dangerous precedent for free speech”: NJ Gov. Chris Christie signs law punishing boycotts of Israel”