• California Introduces Bill to Ban ICE Detention Centers, Private Prisons

    The state of California is cracking down on “private for-profit prisons” after introducing a bill to ban the facilities. Moreover, it means shutting down U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s privately run detention centers. The bill AB-42 passed the state assembly Wednesday with 65 votes in favorable votes. According to Newsweek, it would mean shutting down four detention centers holding “up to 4,500 inmates.”

  • Christine Blasey Ford’s Father Supported Kavanaugh

    A new bombshell report from the Federalist revealed Thursday that Christine Blasey Ford’s father supported the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh despite his daughter’s loaded accusations that he raped her.

    During the hearings, Kavanaugh was smeared by both members of Congress and the public however, Ford’s allegations couldn’t be corroborated and even she couldn’t recall vital details of her own story.

    During that time, her family was silent which raised questions about her credibility. Her own father, Ralph Blasey later approached Kavanaugh’s father at a local golf club to “offer his support of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court,” according to sources who spoke to the news site.

  • Hasbro Debuts ‘Ms. Monopoly’ ‘Where Women Make More Than Men’

    Women’s equality is the name of the game for Hasbro’s newest rollout of ‘Ms. Monopoly’ and the American company hopes it will promote “female trailblazers,” while squashing the wage inequality.

    Before launching the game, Hasbro surprised young female entrepreneurs with $20,580 in “REAL money to fuel their inventive spirit and further their projects,” according to a company press release. The game also grants the same amount of money to players at the start of each game to ensure that “women make more than men.”

  • Ohio House Urges Feds To Designate Mexican Drug Cartels Foreign Terrorist Organizations. Here’s Why.

    The Mexican cartels are exploiting a widespread opioid epidemic that’s killing nearly 130 Americans each day and Ohio, like other states, is at the epicenter of their deadly supply of narcotics.

    The state is taking steps to fight back.

    The point was stressed during a hearing last week with the Ohio House Criminal Justice Committee, which is considering the passage of concurrent House Resolution Bill 10 to urge the federal government to designate several of the Mexican drug cartels Foreign Terrorist Organizations. Currently, the drug cartels are classified as transnational criminal organizations. It would still have to seek passage of the full Ohio House legislature.

  • Lindsey Graham: I’m all for Tariffs if it Fixes Immigration Problem

    Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told Fox News’ Shannon Bream Tuesday night that he will endorse tariffs on Mexico if it fixes the immigration problem. Graham cited loopholes in U.S. asylum laws that perpetuate the ongoing border crisis. Moreover, Graham said the blame should be on Congress and the Mexican government. Graham said if Mexico refuses to cooperate with the U.S. “then we won’t do tariffs.”

    Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer called it “all talk” Tuesday. President Trump responded on Twitter saying, “Can you imagine Cryin’ Chuck Schumer saying out loud, for all to hear, that I am bluffing with respect to putting Tariffs on Mexico.

  • Rep. Clyburn: We Already Begun The Work To Impeach Trump

    “I think we’ve already begun [impeachment process],” said Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC) on CNN’s “State of the Union,” suggesting that Democrats have already prepared the groundwork in Congress to impeach President Trump.

    “We’ve got all of these committees doing their work, we’re having hearings,” continued Clyburn.

    “We do believe that if we sufficiently, effectively educate the public, then we will have done our jobs, and we can move on an impeachment vote and it will stand, and maybe it will be what needs to be done to incent the Senate to act” said Clyburn.

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  • Amnesty For Dreamers ‘Would Incentivize and Reward Illegal Immigration’

    The Trump Administration said Monday it opposes House Resolution 6, the American Dream and Promise Act of 2019, according to an Office of Management and Budget statement. The bill “cancels and prohibits removal proceedings against certain aliens and provides such aliens with a path toward permanent resident status.” Notably, the protections include amnesty for DACA recipients or “Dreamers.” On Monday, the Supreme Court denied the Trump administration’s latest request to end the obama-era program.

    The OMB says President Trump will veto the bill in its current form saying it “would only exacerbate illegal immigration.” Specifically, the OMB claims the bill “would incentivize and reward illegal immigration while ignoring and undermining key Administration immigration objectives and policy priorities, such as protecting our communities and defending our borders.”

  • Adam Schiff: We Can’t Impeach Trump, It Will Fail in The Senate

    Adam Schiff, said that impeachment of President Trump would likely fail, due to a lack of support from Republicans in the House and Senate. Schiff made the comments in an interview with ABC News’ “This Week”.

    “I think we’re going to do what is right for the country, and at this point, the speaker has not reached the conclusion, and I haven’t either that it’s the best for the country to put us through an impeachment proceeding that we know will, is, destined for failure in the Senate,” Schiff said.

    “There may be little additional cost to going through that process, even if unsuccessful in the Senate,” Schiff said.

  • Standing Against Socialims Can Get You Booed On Stage At Dem Convention

    Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper received loud boos when he declared “socialism is not the answer” to enacting progressive policies and beating Trump.

    “If we want to beat Donald Trump and achieve big progressive goals, socialism is not the answer,” Hickenlooper said at a Saturday afternoon session of the state party’s annual convention held in San Francisco.

    In his a tweet after his speech, Hickenlooper said: “I know this message won’t be popular with everyone in our party. But the stakes are too high. We cannot hand this election to Donald Trump.”

  • Brennan, Clapper, McCabe, Comey In The “Fight Of Their Lives”

    Attorney General William Barr said Special Counsel Robert Mueller “could’ve reached a decision” on obstruction in an interview with CBS airing Friday. When asked about Mueller’s Wednesday statement, Barr said he wasn’t sure what Mueller was “suggesting.” Mueller cited 11 instances where President Trump ‘possibly’ obstructed justice.

    Now, Barr says he’s looking into potential wrongdoing by the U.S. intelligence community. It’s an argument investigative reporter Sara Carter has been making for nearly three years.

  • Mexican President: Will Respond “Prudently” To Tariff Threat, We Want Dialogue

    Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Friday that he will respond “prudently” to the Trump administration’s threat to impose a five percent tariff on the Central American country.

    In a letter posted on his Twitter account, López Obrador said he would seek a diplomatic solution. “Right away, I must express that I don’t want confrontation,” the Mexican president said in a letter directed at Trump.

    “You also know that we are fulfilling our responsibility,” López Obrador said, of stemming the flow of migrants “in the best way possible and without violating human rights.”

    “I propose to deepen our dialogue and to find core solutions to the migration problem,” said López Obrador.

  • Alan Dershowitz: Mueller Put His Elbow On The Scale

    Alan Dershowitz reacted to Mueller’s conference during an interview with Fox News saying that “Mueller Put His Elbow On The Scale.”

    “What i saw today was Mueller putting his thumb, his elbow on the scale, when he said, quote ‘if have had confidence that the President clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so’, that was absolutely inappropriate for him to say” said Dershowitz.

    “We never should have had a Special Counsel,” continued Dershowitz, “We should have had an objective, neutral, nonpartisan investigative commission looking into the entire effort of Russia to intrude itself into the 2016 election and continuing to the 2020 election, and proposing efforts to ameliorate that in the future.

  • Is MSM And DNC Colluding Against Bernie Sanders?

    Washington times reports that Sen. Bernard Sanders‘ grassroots activists fear a repeat of 2016 in next year’s Democratic primary — this time, instead of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, they see the party establishment rallying around former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. in an effort to deny their candidate the nomination.

    Former Bernie Sanders national staffer Tezlyn Figaro said on Fox News that Sanders supporters will not get behind anyone else who wins the Democratic nomination.

    “Bernie can’t control his supporters, if he happens to loose again the democratic nomination,” said Figaro. “Sanders supporters are very clear that if anyone challenges king Sanders, they are there to destroy and devide.

  • Cory Booker Will Give Every Child $1000 Every Year – If You Vote Him In 2020

    Remember Democrat candidate Andrew Yang whos is campaigning on Universal Basic Income? If elected, Yang would give $1,000 every month to every U.S. citizen 18.

    Now Cory Booker, comes up with a better idea, which he says would close the racial wealth gap in America. Booker calls his plan, “Baby Bonds”, which would give $1,000 to every child that is born in USA, every year, until they reach 18 years old. Money from this policy could not be withdrawn before the account holder turns 18, and could be used only for specific purposes, including college expenses, home purchases, entrepreneurship and retirement.

  • FBI Failed To Brief in Aug 2016 Then-Candidate Trump About Investigations Into His Staff

    A mid-August 2016 counterintelligence briefing for the Trump campaign did not specifically warn officials about Russian outreach to the Trump team, nor did it warn that two campaign aides, Mike Flynn and George Papadopoulos, were already under FBI investigation, Fox News has learned.

    The new details about the so-called “defensive briefing” have emerged from congressional letters, text messages between FBI agent Peter Strzok and lawyer Lisa Page, and sources familiar with the matter. Such briefings are designed to warn the candidate and his team about national security threats.

    “There was a defensive briefing of candidate Trump on Aug. 17 of 2016,” Texas Rep.