Monday, July 30, 2018

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Abolishing ICE Just Might be the Dumbest Democrat Idea Yet

Abolishing ICE Just Might be the Dumbest Democrat Idea YetOn July 12, U.S. Representatives Mark Pocan (WI-02), Pramila Jayapal (WA-07) and Adriano Espaillat (NY-13) introduced the "Establishing a Humane Immigration Enforcement System Act". According to their press release, the act "includes terminating the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) within one year of enactment."

After many pages of nonsensical blathering about the horrors of ICE enforcing our immigration laws and arresting bad guys, the twelve-page bill essentially establishes a commission made up of 17 people who have the task of abolishing Immigration and Customs Enforcement within one year.

The crazy part is that the majority of the commission aren't even members of the House or Senate but rather are "selected from the 17 major civil society and immigrants’ rights organizations and individuals directly impacted by ICE practices." In other words, the very groups who despise ICE would have the majority on the committee in charge of dismantling it.

Ummmm, OK.

UK rejects Christian refugees recommended by UN, admits only Muslims among 1,112 Syrians admitted Jan-March 2018
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Clearly the Britain that Theresa May wants is one that has a significant Muslim presence, and that is the Britain she has and will bequeath to her successor. Among the Muslim migrants, however, there will almost certainly be an unknowable number of jihadis, as well as a significant number of people who believe Sharia ought […]
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Should the FBI rely on the SPLC, itself a “hate group”?

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Acting Director of Congressional Affairs, Jill C. Tyson, received a letter (07-23-18) from Repr. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) who reports: “In email correspondence, the FBI has admitted to working with the Southern Poverty Law Center. This is surprising and worrisome, as the SPLC is known to use its platform in order to denigrate and disparage certain groups by labeling them ‘hate groups.’”

“[I]n some cases, this designation is well deserved,” Gaetz contrasts: “Other groups, however, appear to be deemed ‘hateful’ by the SPLC due to their political and social beliefs, rather than by any actual threat they pose.”

“The SPLC’s conflagration of mainstream political advocacy groups with legitimate hate groups and domestic terror groups is absurd, frequently indiscriminate, and dangerous,” concludes Gaetz, “Accordingly, I ask:

* Do you actively work with the SPLC in determining groups to investigate?
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Developing now, Monday, July 30, 2018
  • President Trump slams 'haters' in the media after the publisher of the New York Times calls the president's rhetoric divisive and 'increasingly dangerous'  
  • Trump tweeted Sunday he would be willing to 'shut down' the government if Democrats do not support immigration measures such as funding for his border wall
  • A northern California wildfire has now left six people dead, but has started slowing down after days of growth, authorities say
  • The trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is expected to begin Tuesday, and it could give a glimpse into Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation
  • In an exclusive interview with FOX News' Maria Bartiromo, Vice President Mike Pence touts the Trump administration's economic accomplishments and predicts Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed in the fall