Breitbart – by Tom Ciccotta
A local news report revealed that the state of New Jersey awarded $3.8 million in financial aid to illegal immigrants during the 2018-2019 school year.
According to a report from NJ.com, the state of New Jersey gave $3.8 million in financial aid to 749 illegal immigrant students in the last academic year. More than a quarter of the funding went to 328 illegal immigrants that attend Rutgers University. Continue reading
PINAC – by Ben Keller
A Cleveland jury sided with a man, awarding him $50 million after being beaten while handcuffed by East Cleveland police officers.
He was then locked in a storage closet for four days with nothing to eat or drink and no toilet.
It’s not the first time a jury sided with him either. Continue reading
The Daily Sheeple – by Sean Walton
Noncitizens accounted for 64 percent of all federal arrests in 2018, according to new data released on Aug. 22 by the Justice Department. The surge was driven largely by immigration crime arrests, which have soared to the highest level in at least two decades.
Federal authorities conducted 108,667 arrests for immigration crimes in 2018, up more than five times from the 20,942 arrests in 1998. Immigration arrests accounted for 95 percent of the total increase in the number of federal arrests over the past 20 years, the data shows. Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
Anyone who was hoping for a quiet end to the week is currently having a panic attack, as first China announced new tariffs on the US, then Powell’s J-Hole speech came and went, and then, as we expected, Trump responded to China’s trade war escalation when in a barrage of 4 tweets he lashed out at Beijing, saying “We don’t need China and, frankly, would be far better off without them“, and ordered “Our great American companies… to immediately start looking for an alternative to China, including bringing your companies HOME and making your products in the USA.” Continue reading
President Donald Trump said that any negative impact on the U.S. economy from his trade war with China was worth it, because “somebody had to take on China.” Continue reading
Globe and News
The editor of a Toronto-based publication was handed the maximum one-year jail sentence on Thursday for promoting hatred against women and Jews.
In sentencing James Sears, Ontario Court Justice Richard Blouin said he would have handed down a much stiffer sentence had the law allowed. Continue reading
LOS ANGELES — U.S. officials have intercepted and seized almost 53,000 illegal Chinese gun parts in three separate shipments at the port of Los Angeles/Long Beach.
The seized items included gun sights, stocks, muzzles and other parts worth a total of more than $378,000. The parts were intercepted in recent weeks, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the matter, and were packed in their own cargo containers on three separate ships that were also carrying household items, apparel, toys, industrial machinery and other imports. Continue reading
It’s a classic case of who doughnut.
Police officers tracked down a stolen doughnut delivery van early Thursday morning in Redding, Calif. — and discovered a scene that left them “heartbroken” and confused. Continue reading
Activist Post – by Aaron Kesel
The cities of San Francisco and Seattle are testing a new way to report homeless encampments or “tent cities” via dialing 311 or using an app. Meanwhile, LA lawmakers are pushing to ban homeless people from parks, schools, and other designated areas, LA Times reported. Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
Up to twenty employees at the Manhattan Metropolitan Correctional Facility (MMC) where Jeffrey Epstein died have been subpoenaed in connection with the wealthy pedophile’s unbelievable suicide.
Federal investigators obtained the grand jury subpoenaes while trying to understand what exactly happened leading up to Epstein’s suicide in what CNN reports to be “a new and significant phase in what appears to be a criminal investigation into the workers responsible for Epstein’s detention.” Continue reading
Yesterday the Michigan Court of Appeals handed down a decision in a highly public and very controversial case that gun owners across the United States should applaud. In short, it demonstrates and validates the value of armed self-defense even when you do not pull the trigger and — crucially — have no cause to pull the trigger. It justifies the brandishing of a gun as pre-emptive measure to block the use of unlawful force. Continue reading
The Great Recession
Pretty good if you ask me. Most economic indicators this year have moved relentlessly in the direction of recession, and now the Cass Freight Index is saying a US recession may start in the 3rd quarter, fitting up nicely to my prediction that we would be entering recession this summer. Continue reading
Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden
David Koch, the conservative billionaire, activist and philanthropist, who gave more than $1 billion to charitable causes but was best known for using his money to reshape U.S. politics has died at the age of 79.
David, together with his brother, Charles, co-owned Koch Industries, a Nebraska-based energy and chemical company, since 1983. David stepped down from running the Koch organization last year due to declining health. A longtime New York resident, Koch was until retirement in June 2018 an executive vice president of the family company. Continue reading
Big League Politics – by Shane Trejo
The nationwide hysteria following mass shootings that occurred earlier this month in El Paso, TX and Dayton, OH is spiking, as dozens of people have been apprehended and charged after making supposed threats on social media and other digital forums in recent weeks.
At least 27 individuals have been arrested since the shootings, including several minors, as pre-crime becomes the new norm due to the frenzy created by emotionally-driven coverage from the fake news. Continue reading
THERE ARE MANY PEOPLE THAT CANNOT GET PAST THE IDEA OF “RACE” WHEN IT COMES TO THOSE CALLING THEMSELVES “JEWS”. JEWS WERE NEVER A RACE. ISRAEL WAS AND IS, A FAMILY, SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF JACOB, WHO WAS REAMED “ISRAEL” BY GOD. Continue reading
A defendant standing trial for attacking a corrections officer punched his own lawyer during a hearing in an Arizona courtroom.
Footage of Lamont Payne’s violent assault in Maricopa County was caught on court camera and released by officials. Continue reading