Thursday, May 17, 2018

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Sanctuary battle now pits states against their own cities and counties - The Washington Times
While President Trump still dominates the sanctuary city conversation, the battleground has shifted from feds versus the states to one that pits states against their own cities and counties.

From California to Texas to Indiana, states that have attempted to set rules for how much cooperation their police are allowed — or required — to give federal officials on immigration cases are finding that those rules are being challenged, evaded or otherwise thwarted by local officials determined to go their own way.

In some cases, the cities and counties are defying Mr. Trump and state leaders who want to support the president. Other times it’s the states that are defying Mr. Trump, and cities and counties that are rallying to support him.

The president lent his support to those officials Wednesday, holding a powwow with California officials who are resisting their state’s ultra-strict sanctuary law.

“It’s becoming quite popular what you’re doing — [fighting] a law that forces the release of illegal immigrant criminals, drug dealers, gang members and violent predators into your communities,” Mr. Trump told the officials.

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Palestinians thank the Trudeau government for rejecting US embassy move to Jerusalem

By Christine Douglass-Williams / Jihad Watch

The Globe and Mail reported in December: Ruling out Donald Trump’s approach, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he favours a “two-state solution” and won’t be moving Canada’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. A two-state solution was established under the British Mandate for Palestine (Ottoman South Syria). Ever since 1948, the Muslim Arab countries surrounding Israel […]
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Andrew Cuomo’s Fatwa Against the NRA (and Gun Owners Like You)
A fatwa (proclamation) has been issued by the State of New York against the National Rifle Association (and gun owners like you): “I urge companies in New York State to revisit any ties they may have to the NRA and consider their reputations, and responsibility to the public,” tweeted the Ayatollah Andrew Cuomo, aka the Governor of New York State. Conservative firearm advocates “have no place in the State of New York,” declared Ayatollah Cuomo.

After you have bowed and faced Albany, you are instructed to read NYS’ holy website: Anti-gun sharia is imposed upon insurers and banks.

Defy NYS’ sharia law, a company could pay Jizya, a tax: Just review the press release on the Lockton Consent Order; and press release on the Chubb Consent Order. The risk is too great for Lloyd’s of London.

Roll-up the anti-gun prayer rugs: the NRA has filed a lawsuit to stop NYS’ establishment of an implicit censorship regime; retaliating against the NRA based on its speech; conspiracy; and violations of the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection and Due Process, as well as Article 1, section 8 of the New York Constitution.

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Developing now, Thursday, May 17, 2018
  • Robert Mueller's Russia collusion investigation hits the one-year mark Thursday; Republicans call for the probe to end, while Democrats argue the special counsel should be allowed to complete his work
  • In an exclusive interview with Fox News' Laura Ingraham, Rudy Giuliani says Mueller 'has nothing' on President Trump and that it's time for him to 'wrap up' the investigation
  • Trump's newly filed financial disclosure form includes confirmation that he reimbursed lawyer Michael Cohen for 'unspecified expenses' that apparently included the Stormy Daniels hush money
  • Trump praises 'rebellion' against California's immigration policies in roundtable discussion with state lawmakers opposed to the state's sanctuary laws
  • South Korean officials reportedly urge North Korea to stick to denuclearization agreements