18 August 2017

Local and Immigration Enforcers See More Cooperation Under Trump

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While the U.S. President Donald Trump has demanded stricter enforcement of immigration laws by local law enforcement, some county sheriffs across the U.S. had already been establishing closer relationships with anti-immigration groups in recent years.

Some of the national groups have been offering sheriffs advice, inviting them to "border schools" to hear anti-immigration speakers, producing television advertisements featuring sheriffs and sending at least one sheriff a model ordinance intended to spur local law enforcement of federal immigration laws.

15 August 2017

The Amazing Angelica Hale!

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This blog should have wrote about this very talented nine-year-old Filipino-American months ago because she is just totally amazing. Angelica Hale has just advanced to the Top 36 quarterfinal round of the reality talent competition America's Got Talent (AGT).

After impressing the program’s celebrity panel and live audience with a powerful rendition of Alicia Keys’s hit track "Girl on Fire" during the show’s first round of eliminations, Hale was awarded a Golden Buzzer by guest judge Chris Hardwick. The Golden Buzzer automatically sends a contestant to the live quarterfinal shows, which will begin airing on August 15 and 16.

11 August 2017

Liberalism Allowed These Men To Rape In England

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A gang of 18 people has been found guilty of trafficking and sexually abusing vulnerable teenage girls and young women for several years in northern England, prosecutors said last 9 August, in the latest shocking case of its kind in Britain.

The men raped or assaulted the victims after drugging them or threatening them with violence at specially-convened "parties" – often referred to as "sessions" – where they were supplied with drugs and alcohol.

10 August 2017

How To Deal With Child Rapist Yemeni Style

A despicable man convicted of raping and murdering a three-year-old girl was executed in the Yemeni capital Sanaa last 31 July in front of hundreds of onlookers. This is the first public execution there since 2009 and it won't be the last, especially for child rapists.

"Security was very tight, because authorities were fearing a revenge attack by armed men from the Bani Matar tribe to which the girl's family belong," said Reuters photographer Khaled Abdullah who witnessed the scene.

08 August 2017

DOJ: Federal Law Does Not Protect LGBT

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It keeps getting better and better in the Trump country these days. Dawn has finally shown after years of dark skies and President Donald Trump is not even a year-old in office.

Last 26 July, the Department of Justice filed a brief arguing that a landmark federal law does not prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation.