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London attack: What we know so far

Five people have died and 40 people have been injured in a terror attack near the Houses of Parliament. Here is what we know so far.

 

 

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Fearful Farmers Rush To Find "Guest Workers"

Dan Fazio says his phone is "ringing off the hook" these days.

These "guest workers" get a special visa, called an H-2A visa, that lets them stay in the country temporarily, usually for no more than 10 months. WAFLA brings them by bus to the fields and orchards of Washington.

"This year, we'll get labor certifications for over 10,000 workers," Fazio says.

Interest in WAFLA's services is surging for two different reasons. There's a shortage of farm workers across the country. But more recently, it's also been driven by fear of the Trump administration's immigration crackdown.He's executive director of WAFLA, an organization that helps fruit growers in Washington state find workers — and specifically, foreign workers who are allowed to enter the U.S. specifically as seasonal workers on farms.

WAFLA takes care of the bureaucratic details. It applies for permission from the Department of Labor to bring in workers for specific jobs. It certifies that it has looked for U.S. citizens to do these jobs and can't find them. Then it locates people in places like Mexico, or Central America.

 

 

 

 

 

Ex-Colorado Republican chairman in court for voter fraud

The former Colorado Republican party chairman, who once said only The accused, a radio host, has railed against alleged voter fraud on his show, Wake Up With Steve Curtis.

He told listeners about five months ago: "It seems to be, and correct me if I'm wrong here, but virtually every case of voter fraud I can remember in my lifetime was committed by Democrats." His ex-wife, Kelly Curtis, told KDVR-TV, a Fox affiliate: "I was livid over the whole situation, definitely." 

Democrats commit voter fraud, has appeared in court accused of the same offence.

Steven Curtis, 57, allegedly posted his ex-wife's absentee ballot for last year's presidential election after it had been sent to his house.

Mr Curtis, who served as party chairman from 1997-99, faces up to three years in jail if convicted.

His ex-wife, who left him after nine months, said she is furious.

The accused, a radio host, has railed against alleged voter fraud on his show, Wake Up With Steve Curtis.

He told listeners about five months ago: "It seems to be, and correct me if I'm wrong here, but virtually every case of voter fraud I can remember in my lifetime was committed by Democrats." His ex-wife, Kelly Curtis, told KDVR-TV, a Fox affiliate: "I was livid over the whole situation, definitely."

 

 

 

 

 

Meet The 7-Year-Old Science Whiz Dubbed 'The Next Einstein'

A 7-year-old dubbed “the next Einstein” is showing off his smarts – and “I also know the electron configuration

for copper, which is 1s2, 2s2, 2p6, 3s2, 3p6, 4s1, 3d10.”

“You are 100 percent correct,” said his proud dad.

Inside Edition’s fact checkers confirmed that his electron

configuration was, indeed, correct.

His parents,

Cheri and Romanieo Sr., knew early on their only son was special. At age 2, he was discussing chemistry at breakfast.

he’s right on the mark.

Romanieo Golphin Jr. loves playing with Legos, and also engages

in more complicated hobbies.

“I'm building a methoxy,” he told Inside Edition.

If you don't know what he's talking about,

you're not alone.

When he notices a statue made with copper at the Brooklyn Museum

in New York, he exclaimed,

“I also know the electron configuration

for copper, which is 1s2, 2s2, 2p6, 3s2, 3p6, 4s1, 3d10.”

“You are 100 percent correct,” said his proud dad.

Inside Edition’s fact checkers confirmed that his electron

configuration was, indeed, correct.

His parents,

Cheri and Romanieo Sr., knew early on their only son was special. At age 2, he was discussing chemistry at breakfast.

 

 

 

 

 

FBI: Trump campaign, Russia ties investigated, no wiretap evidence found

FBI Director James Comey said for the first time Monday that the bureau is investigating whether there was any coordination between the Trump campaign and Moscow while Russia was interfering in the presidential election.

 

 

 

 

Four dead, at least 20 injured in UK parliament "terrorist" attack

LONDON, March 22 (Reuters) - Four people were killed and at least 20 injured in London on Wednesday after a car plowed into pedestrians and an attacker stabbed a policeman close to the British parliament in what police called a "marauding terrorist attack".

The dead included the assailant and the policeman he stabbed, while the other two victims were among those hit by the car as it tore along Westminster Bridge before crashing into railings just outside parliament.

Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the attack as "sick and depraved".

 

 

 

 

 

Tens of thousands in Macedonia anti-govt protest

At least 50,000 Macedonians protested Tuesday in Skopje against a Hahn said in a tweet Tuesday. However, Ivanov, who is close to VMRO-DPMNE, said earlier this month that he would not give a mandate to anyone supporting "a platform undermining Macedonia's sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence". He was referring to the controversial demand of minority ethnic Albanian parties, who have backed Zaev, that Albanian be made an official language across Macedonia.

coalition government between Social Democrats and ethnic Albanians, which they perceive as a threat to the country's national unity.

The protest took place while European Union Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn visited the Macedonian capital.

The EU urged President Gjorge Ivanov to review his refusal to task Social Democrat (SDSM) leader Zoran Zaev with forming a government with ethnic Albanians.

The inconclusive December election saw the conservative VMRO-DPMNE party secure 51 seats in the 120-seat parliament -- or two more than the

SDSM.

But the conservatives failed to reach a deal with ethnic Albanian parties, which have a kingmaker role.

Zaev then won the support of the Albanian parties, giving him

67 deputies in the assembly and clearing the way for him to form a government. "Need new government urgently for reforms. No time to lose!"

 

 

 

Heartbreaking scenes of war and famine in South Sudan childrens' hospital

The Olympic Golf Course stands partially degraded on March 17, 2017, desperate need of food. 

But the fierce fighting means aid workers cannot reach the areas that need it most. There are critical food shortages now throughout the country. 

“I just feel pain, what can we do? A school age child is supposed to be in school. A school age child is not supposed to be dying just like that,” Achang said. in Rio de Janeiro. 7 months after Rio Olympics, here's what the venues look like JUBA, South Sudan -- Eleven-year-old James Abel is so malnourished he walks like an old man. His thin legs look as if they will break every time he takes a step. “My parents are dead” is the only thing he said when he arrived at the Al Sabbah Children’s Hospital three weeks ago. Head nurse Betty Achang told CBS News Abel is severely traumatized after watching his parents being shot in front of him. He barely eats the food he so desperately needs. “He cries and he says he wants his mother and father,” Achang said.

Abel is just one more victim of South Sudan’s three-year civil war, and now there is a new weapon: starvation. One million children are in

60 Minutes: Fighting famine in war-torn South Sudan  

Six-month-old Monica was just admitted. She weighs less than nine pounds and when her stick-like arms are measured, it shows up red on the tape measure.

 

 

Florida’s first black prosecutor, a death penalty boycotted, defies Gov. Rick Scott

State prosecutor Aramis Ayala may have made Florida history last week When she refused, he appointed a pro-death penalty special prosecutor to take over — an action critics said was an overreach of executive power. On Monday, the extraordinary legal standoff got even uglier when Ayala, who previously said she would obey any “lawful order” from the governor, said he “overstepped his bounds” by removing her and insinuated she may challenge his legal authority in court.when she declared publicly and emphatically that she would not, under any circumstances, seek the death penalty.

The audacity of Ayala’s hard-line stance in a state so fond of capital punishment was only underscored by the first defendant her pledge would affect: accused

cop killer Markeith Loyd, charged in the slayings of his pregnant ex-girlfriend

and an Orlando police officer shot execution style. Within hours of her announcement Thursday, Gov. Rick Scott called on Ayala, state attorney for the 9th Judicial Circuit, to recuse herself from the cases. When she refused, he appointed a pro-death penalty special prosecutor to take over — an action critics said was an overreach of executive power.

 

 

 

Oklahoma state senator to resign after child prostitution charges

An Oklahoma state senator charged with hiring a teenage boy as a The state's top Republicans called on Republican Senator Ralph Shortey, 35, to resign last week after he was charged with three felony counts, including engaging in child prostitution.

Attorney Ed Blau 

said in a telephone interview he advised Shortey to resign and his client agreed.

Shortey, who has served since 2010, has not spoken to media about the incident, and Blau said he had not issued a statement.

Shortey, a gun rights advocate who has campaigned as a champion of family values, was found by police earlier this month in a suburban Oklahoma City motel with the 17-year-old boy, who was not named in court documentsprostitute intends to resign as a lawmaker by Wednesday, the senator's lawyer said on Tuesday.

The state's top Republicans called on Republican Senator Ralph Shortey, 35, to resign last week after he was charged with three felony counts, including engaging in child prostitution.

Attorney Ed Blau

said in a telephone interview he advised Shortey to resign and his client agreed.

Shortey, who has served since 2010, has not spoken to media about the incident, and Blau said he had not issued a statement.

Shortey, a gun rights advocate who has campaigned as a champion of family values, was found by police earlier this month in a suburban Oklahoma City motel with the 17-year-old boy, who was not named in court documents.

 

 

 

 

New lawsuit accuses Saudi government of involvement in 9/11

(CNN)Families of 850 victims who died on 9/11 and 1,500 people injured CNN has reached out to representatives for the kingdom of Saudi Arabia but hasn't received a response. Saudi Arabia has denied any role in the September 11 attacks and has never been formally implicated, but 15 of the 19 hijackers that carried them out were of Saudi descent.

The complaint citesparts of FBI and CIA reports, including the "28 pages," a declassified document released in July that found that some of the 9/11 hijackers were in contact with and received support from individuals likely connected to the Saudi government.

that day are suing the Saudi government, accusing it of providing material and financial assistance to al Qaeda for years leading up to the worst terrorist attack on US soil.

It's one of largest 9/11-related lawsuits to be filed since Congress passed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act over a presidential veto in September.

The act allows American citizens to bring lawsuits against states or countries accused of sponsoring terrorist attacks in the United States.

The complaint, filed Monday in federal court in Manhattan, alleges that the Saudi government, through its ministries and officials and a vast network of charities linked to the government, provided financial, practical and material support to al Qaeda.

"9/11 could not have happened without Saudi Arabia's support for al Qaeda," Jim Kreindler, attorney and co-chairman of the plaintiffs' committee, told CNN.

 

 

 

Philadelphia DA indicted on bribery, fraud charges

(CNN)The district attorney of Philadelphia was charged Tuesday with 23 His office said he was spending time with family. "The Philadelphia District Attorney's Office does not have any comment at this time. ... I ask that you respect (the DA's) privacy and the privacy of the men and women of the office so all of us can continue to do our jobs without the distraction of additional media attention," spokesman Cameron Kline said.counts of taking bribes of cash, vacations and a car, and of using money meant to pay a relative's nursing home bill for his own needs, federal officials said. Seth Williams, who was twice elected as Philadelphia's DA, is accused of accepting bribes between 2010 and 2015 to help two business owners, said William Fitzpatrick, the acting US attorney of New Jersey. Williams also misappropriated a relative's pension and Social Security payments, the US attorney said. Williams, 50, faces 23 federal charges: 10 counts of bribery, 11 counts of wire fraud and two counts of extortion. CNN was unable to reach Williams for comment.

 

 

 

House Freedom Caucus will not oppose Obamacare repeal en bloc

WASHINGTON — The conservative House Freedom Caucus has “We’re not taking any official positions,” Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., chairman of the Freedom Caucus, told reporters Monday. “I’m going to encourage them to vote for their constituents.”

Members of the group had previously raised concerns about the House bill, saying it wasn’t conservative enough and threatened to vote against it. Because no Democrats are expected to vote for the bill, Republicans can lose the votes of only about 20 of their members and still pass the bill. decided not to vote as a bloc to oppose the Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, a decision that could pave the way for the legislation to pass the House this week.

“We’re not taking any official positions,” Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., chairman of the Freedom Caucus, told reporters Monday. “I’m going to encourage them to vote for their constituents.”

Members of the group had previously raised concerns about the House bill, saying it wasn’t conservative enough and threatened to vote against it. Because no Democrats are expected to vote for the bill, Republicans can lose the votes of only about 20 of their members and still pass the bill.

The Freedom Caucus has about three dozen members; if they voted as a bloc against the bill they could have killed it in the House.

 

 

 

 

Trump adviser Roger Stone repeatedly claimed to know of forthcoming WikiLeaks dumps

(CNN)In the final months of the 2016 campaign, longtime Donald Trump Stone's comments about WikiLeaks have come under increased scrutiny as the FBI and congressional committees investigate whether Trump associates were involved in Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 election.

Stone has repeatedly and publicly denied that he had any contact with Russian officials during the campaign. Stone declined to answer questions from CNN for this story. After this story was published, WikiLeaks tweeted, "WikiLeaks & Assange have repeatedly confirmed that they have never communicated with Stone." But Stone's many statements have fueled suspicions that figures in Trump's orbit played a role in releases of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta.associate Roger Stone repeatedly discussed his backchannel communications with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and claimed knowledge of forthcoming leaks from the group, a CNN KFile review of his public statements

shows.

Stone's comments about WikiLeaks have come under increased scrutiny as the FBI and congressional committees investigate whether Trump associates were involved in Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 election.

Stone has repeatedly and publicly denied that he had any contact with Russian officials during the campaign. Stone declined to answer questions from CNN for this story. After this story was published, WikiLeaks tweeted, "WikiLeaks & Assange have repeatedly confirmed that they have never communicated with Stone." But Stone's many statements have fueled suspicions that figures in Trump's orbit played a role in releases of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta.

 

 

 

Merkel tells Turkey's Erdogan to stop Nazi taunts

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Turkey's president that "You are right now employing Nazi measures," Mr Erdogan said on Sunday.

"When we call them Nazis they (Europe) get uncomfortable. 

They rally together in solidarity. Especially Merkel," he said in a televised speech.

Mr Erdogan appeared to be addressing Mrs Merkel personally when he suggested that Germany was "employing Nazi measures", using the informal "you" in Turkish.

"My remark that the Nazi comparisons from Turkey must stop still applies. No ifs, no buts," Mrs Merkel said at a news conference in Hannover on Monday with visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.comparing German officials to Nazis must stop, "no ifs, no buts".

Mrs Merkel said if Recep Tayyip Erdogan continues, more campaign events by Turkish politicians may be banned.

German authorities have cancelled rallies designed to woo ethnic Turkish voters ahead of a key referendum on expanding Mr Erdogan's powers.

"You are right now employing Nazi measures," Mr Erdogan said on Sunday.

"When we call them Nazis they (Europe) get uncomfortable.

They rally together in solidarity. Especially Merkel," he said in a televised speech.

Mr Erdogan appeared to be addressing Mrs Merkel personally when he suggested that Germany was "employing Nazi measures", using the informal "you" in Turkish.

"My remark that the Nazi comparisons from Turkey must stop still applies. No ifs, no buts," Mrs Merkel said at a news conference in Hannover on Monday with visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

 

 

 

 

Could FBI investigation into Russia links ensnare Trump?

House of Comey, that hit political intrigue show from last year, is back on view of what we learned and what we still don't know. No spoiler alerts are necessary - the big revelations will have to wait until the season finale ... if there ever is one.

What we now know

There is an active, ongoing investigation 

After a bit of grandstanding on the part of the top members of the House Intelligence Committee and a warm-up act from National Security Agency head Mike Rogers, Mr Comey led with the big news of the day.

"I have been authorised by the Department of Justice to confirm that the FBI, as part of our counterintelligence mission, is investigating the Russian government's efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, and that includes investigating the nature of any links between individuals associated with the Trump campaign, and the Russian government, and whether there was any coordination between the campaign and Russia's efforts," he said.the airwaves, and this season looks like it's going to be another edge-of-the-seat affair.

Some of the characters have changed, of course. Femme fatale Hillary Clinton and her team of Democratic Party heavies have been replaced by tough-guy Donald Trump and the alt-right gang. Fans will be thrilled to learn, however, that top law-man James Comey is back for another turn in the spotlight.

In this year's first episode, the FBI director faces down congressional inquisitors, who press him for information on allegations that Russia - those long-time stock Hollywood villains - tried to meddle in the 2016 US presidential election.

Here's a quick review of what we learned and what we still don't know. No spoiler alerts are necessary - the big revelations will have to wait until the season finale ... if there ever is one.

What we now know

There is an active, ongoing investigation

 



AP FACT CHECK: Trump twists FBI chief's words on Russia

TRUMP tweet: "The NSA and FBI tell Congress that Russia did not influence electoral process."

THE FACTS: No such assurance was offered by Comey or his fellow witness at the hearing, National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers. They did not offer any conclusions about whether Russia succeeded in influencing the election.

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Schiff: I have 'grave concerns' over Nunes's surveillance claimThe top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said Wednesday that he has "grave concerns" over Chairman Devin Nunes's (R-Calif.) handling of the Trump Tower wiretapping investigation.

 

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Maryland high school rape case sparks immigration row

 

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White man who wanted to harm blacks arrested in New York stabbing: police A white man who police said traveled to New York City to harm black people turned himself in with knives in his pocket at a Manhattan police station on Wednesday, a day after authorities say he fatally stabbed a black man on a city sidewalk.

 

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Two plead guilty in Penn State Sandusky cover-up

Outer Ring of Protections allowed a Pedophile to continue for years

Silence can be used as a powerful weapon against people who are One week before they were set to go to trial on three felony charges, former athletic director 

Tim Curley and former university vice president Gary Schultz

pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of endangering the 

welfare of children.

(CNN)Two former Penn State officials who were charged

with child endangerment in the Jerry Sandusky scandal have 

pleaded guilty. flawed in their behavior and actions, for to refuse to communicate with the flawed or fractured individuals,

you remove their ability to reap inner good feelings perceived as dominance, and replacing the inner feelings with

Confusion, Doubt, and Fear.

Silence also can do great harm when one refuses to speak out in defense of victims of any sex crime, and silence can harmm victims of any age or race.

Silence becomes a weapon on the side of the abuser,

who cherishes the silence in the weak.

In this instance, silence in those sitting in the seats of authority,

directly supported the longevity to which Sandusky was allowed to repeat pedophilia victimization on young boys.

Pen State former athletic director Tim Curley and former university vice president Gary Schultz, acquiesced to the validation of their silence and the harm that it caused to children and the entire community of Pen State.

Silence is a

WEAPON

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Mosul IS battle: Mass grave found at Badoush prison, Iraqi forces say

Human Behavior is Human Behavior when no consequences are feared

The Biblical Days were inundated with human horrors, only The Hashd al-Shaabi paramilitary forces said on Saturday that the "large mass grave" contained the remains of about 500 civilian prisoners who were "executed by (IS) gangs after they controlled the prison during their occupation of Mosul".

However, an army source deployed with Hashd forces was unable to confirm the discovery. 

Although Saturday's report could not be immediately verified, a 2014 report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) said that hundreds of male inmates were murdered by IS gunmen at the time.believable if you were to actually live during those days...,

per the King James version of the Bible.

One would believe that 5 thousand years later, human beings would have come to understand what war is, what violence is, and the extensive affects of war and violence on individuals, and property.

However, Human Beings continue to defy any semblance of

Human Behavioral Corrections that would suggest that Human Beings are learning from past mistakes.

Violence, is a behavior that can easily be controlled, if we choose too.

However, no one enforces rules, and those who wear the badge of justice, themselves, provide poor examples of human behavioral controls, thereby infusing anger in the hearts and minds of the average individual who would consider... doing the right thing.

Leadership is by Example, but, when your a leader that
"Lies, Miss Represent, Exaggerate, Steal, and Attack",

then, it is the leader's human behavior that is mimicked by all citizens who expect the same response from family members and friends...

to accept flawed human behavior.

Who are you? What will you do?

 

 

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Analysis: Does Obama Have Grounds to Sue Trump for Libel?

Immediate and Direct Actions is how to handle the Ignorant...

Long ago, I described Donald Trump as a "Embacile", and my opinion "He's basically stating that Mr. Obama committed crimes, and to state that somebody has committed a crime when it's false is clearly defamatory," said Benjamin Zipursky, who teaches defamation law at Fordham University Law School in New York.

"The question is: Is there enough evidence of serious reckless disregard to send that case to a jury?" Zipursky added. 

"I don't know what a court would decide on that, but there is some evidence of recklessness."

It's difficult for public figures to win libel cases. 

Most courts rule against them because the assumption is that they have chosen to make their lives an open book, which means people will talk about them. But past Supreme Court cases have created a basic standard that seeks to answer two legal questions:has not changed "1" iota.

There is only 1 way to correct a person like Donald Trump is to punish him for his flawed acts and actions.

By not immediately punishing, correcting or holding ignorant people like Donald Trump to account for his acts and actions,

you only fuel his confidence that he will not feel any type of discomforts for his flawed behavior.

President Obama has a possible $60 Million Dollar Book Deal on the table, and lies by Donald Trump, stating that it is a fact that President Obama was responsible for illegally wire taping his hotel, could have President Obama in the amount of $Millions.

There is a monetary harm done to President Obama and sometimes in life, someone has to do the right thing for us all.

Trump falsely accused President Obama of committing a crime and the law does allow individuals who specifically, and deliberately lie to harm another human beings value.

Obama has $Millions of Trump Dollars at his disposal, and if anyone "needs" to be taken down, it is TRUMP.

 

 

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Sessions spoke twice with Russian ambassador during Trump’s presidential campaign, Justice officials say

Sessions Lied, no need to "Pretty It Up"

One of the meetings was a private conversation between Sessions and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak that took place in September in the senator’s office, at the height of what U.S. intelligence officials say was a Russian cyber campaign to upend the U.S. presidential race.

Session's response to questions, regarding his possible interactions with any Russian representative, was a response that I construe, as a response that he meant, because he has had weeks to consider what type of response that he would provide after a previous selected Trump selection resigned, based on the same questions.

A Child of the age of 12,

have taken more than enough spankings to understand what a lie is, and how the child's parent react to the child telling the parent

"a lie".

Session's 60 plus years on earth,

is denied buffer protections based on his response to questioning about his interactions with

a Russian reps, and the correct disposition addressing Sessions, is that of his own response... to thousands of citizens, who were denied empathy by Sessions himself, while serving in his own position of Legal System Authority.

Session's Lied to the Senate, and all Americans,

and his lies..., have earned the "jail" cell for lying to the

Senate and the American Population.

 

 

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Survivor Quits Pope's Panel On Sex Abuse, Citing 'Shameful' Resistance

Pope's Political in house fight, NOT ENOUGH

Pedophile Priest, and a century of facts that explain the degree, and the local circumstances..., that set the scene for the systemic manner in which priest would hunt a male child, woow the child,  gain the trust of the child's parents, then rape the child..., intimidate the child to say nothing...,

yet the facts and all the evidence collected from around the world, associated with priest's predictor style behavior,

isn't enough to convince the Vatican that the destroyed lives of hundreds of young boys....,

is enough to cause them to take a stance against rape of a boy.

GOD has nothing to do with this human behavior.

It is the humans that sit in the seats of authority, in the Catholic Church..., who decides, if and when a pedophile is charged.

The Humans who have chosen not to act,

are not religious members who represent "God" and his instructions.

The Catholic Church,

is nothing more than a political entity that is represented by the flawed nature of human beings, which sit in the seats of authority.  The Catholic Church, have long ago,

failed to represent a "God", based on their own written text.

 

 

 

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Trump's speech disheartens deported mom's kids

Imagine if "It was You and Your Family"....

My Imagination places me in the being of a person..., who is in a nation The teens watched in disbelief as audience members in front of them applauded Trump's hardline stance, including his commitment to building a wall.
Didn't they see a difference between the "bad ones" and people like their mother, they wondered.
"It was sad how people agreed with him," Jacqueline told CNN after the speech. "They're not in our position."without the proper authority, and this nation, now have a leader that "hates"...,

because of his own history, and now leads the entire nation that I find myself in..., with my wife, very young son and daughter.

I have seen others like me, others who are leaders of their families, who have been arrested... while simply taking their children to a school...

My Heart Trippe Beats each day, because after being here for 10 years, this is the first time I actually "fear" being deported, thereby, leaving my children to become part of a system that treats all, not like human beings, but, treat them like "things" that have caused the system to be flawed.

Each morning, I live in fear of being handcuffed in front of my children.

Each day, I fear being pulled over, as I drive to..., and from work.

Each day, I fear arriving to work and being called to the front, and being arrested and demoralized?

I fear for myself, but, I fear more for my children, because, I know that they don't understand the complexity of life, and my not coming home, only means to them,

Dad has been arrested.

What if it was

YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?

 

 

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Trump singer Evancho 'disappointed' by transgender policy

Empathy of other's feelings is a required human trait

Can you feel the pain in the hearts of a man when you observe him Trump singer Evancho 'disappointed' by transgender policydown on his knees, totally distraught, tears streaming down his cheeks, as he holds a picture of his dead child?

Can you defend a girl who is being called names by a group of other girls, because she can't afford the "good things"?

Can you stand beside a mom, give her a hug, an offer her your own heart, as you come to understand that her child has been arrested and sent out of the country, because he wasn't born in this nation?

What happens when it's "you" who are the one that has suffered some huge tragic instance of life, and other's don't seem to care about something that has caused you so much internal damage?

Only when it happens to you, do you care, and that is a individual who lacks empathy.

 

 

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China grants Trump a trademark he's been seeking for a decade 2/19/17

Proof: Rules & Laws don't matter,

before & after, when broken by the elected

 

The Choice to run Nullifies all refusal to follow the rules

 

The Individual who chooses to run for an elected office,
does so... with the understanding that it is a written,
and implicit understanding that,
the specific rules associated with assuming the office
to which he/she is running,
will be followed....
PERIOD.

 

To refuse to obied by the rules,
validates the flawed character in the individual who
"chooses" to run for any
 political office of power.

 

Refusal to post Taxes... Not acceptable

 

Allowed, Trump's refusal to post his taxes for all to see,
which, in itself..., is a act of validation
of the implied notion of having
something to hide.

Ones taxes, provide the evidence and the facts
of ones financial history,
or his/her management of his/her finances,
while providing the proof of one's
wealth and debt history.

 

Appointed his Sons as the leaders of his business empire... Not acceptable

 

Allowed, Trump appoints his sons as the leader's of his business interests, which severely under satisfy the requirement to cut all ties to the business interest if an individual is elected to the seat of the
President of the United States.

Allowed, the position that the President can not be associated with or charged with "Conflict of Interest", because those who were in the seats of enforcement, refused to do their job.

 

 

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Hundreds demonstrated Saturday by the courthouse in the northeast Paris suburb of Bobigny, calling for justice for the 22-year-old man arrested Feb. 2 in Aulnay-Sous-Bois during a ID check by four police officers. The young man — who is still hospitalized — says he was sodomized with a police baton. The situation has sparked a week of nightly unrest in several small towns with minority populations. One officer was charged with aggravated rape and three others with aggravated assault. All deny the allegations.Gangs of French youth clash with police in Paris suburb 2/12/17

Policing Used  for Citizen Control

Undermining Civil Rights

 

Police Used for Citizen Behavior Control Tools

 

Around the world, Police Officers, and the Police Departments,
become the equivalent of a private militarize citizen control weapon used to control citizens, under the auspices of
"Crowd or Protest Controls".

 

Questionable Orders become approval to abuse

 

Police Officers, pledge ultimate loyalty to others in the family of policing with the degree of loyalty to protect one of theirs.... to that of
Gang Members
with the equal willingness to lie, steal, or kill..., to protect one of the
Gang Members.

 

Video recordings of blatant officer abuses, and murders, subsequently posted, which totally refutes police official reports, by upwards,
of an entire police department's representation of the facts...
while speaking to the media...,
during official police department briefs that are meant to undermine
the value of citizens witnesses, and the victim's version
of the acts and actions
by local police officer.

 

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LeBron: Coach's job is to compete for a championship, not a game

LOS ANGELES -- Does the NBA have a problem with featured games becoming prime-time flops when star players sit out for rest? LeBron James doesn't think so.

A day after Cleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue decided to rest James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love in his team's 108-78 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on ABC, the four-time MVP scoffed at the idea that player rest is hurting the league's appeal, and framed it as a simple reality of the sport.

"I don't think the NBA can do anything about it," James said following the Cavs' 125-120 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday.

 

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Tom Brady's stolen Super Bowl jerseys found in possession of international media member

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Tom Brady's stolen jersey from this year's Super Bowl has been recovered after being found in the possession of a member of the international media, according to the NFL.

The league announced Monday that the New England Patriots quarterback's game-worn jersey from Super Bowl LI and another jersey, missing from Super Bowl XLIX, were retrieved after an investigation led by the FBI.

The jerseys were found in Mexico and currently are being authenticated by authorities, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said.

 

 

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Luke Walton criticizes officials, Bucks staffer over on-court melee

LOS ANGELES -- After two of his players were ejected in a third-quarter skirmish with Milwaukee Bucks players in Friday's 107-103 loss at Staples Center, Los Angeles Lakers coach Luke Walton harshly criticized the officials and alleged that a Bucks employee involved in the on-court scuffle "put his hands" on one of the Lakers players.

"Don't touch my damn players," Walton said, in part, "because if that's OK, I'm sure we can find a couple people here in L.A. that want that job working for the Lakers, too. That's not right."

The scuffle erupted in the third quarter when Lakers guard Nick Young was fouled hard on a drive to the rim by Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon. Young pushed Brogdon, then Bucks center Greg Monroe became involved, as did Lakers swingman Brandon Ingram.

Several other players joined in the scrum, which had to be broken up by the officials. Play was halted for several minutes while the officials conferred before ultimately ejecting Young, Monroe and Lakers guard D'Angelo Russell.

 

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Jets lean on cupcakes in Dont'a Hightower courtship

The Jets, you might have noticed, are lagging behind the Patriots on several key fronts right now. Swiping away one of New England's top talents is -- hypothetically, anyway -- a strong strategy in the quest to alter that frustrating, unrelenting dynamic.

And so it was that Jets management welcomed free-agent linebacker Dont'a Hightower into their building for an official visit on Sunday. In great need of a pass-rushing linebacker -- something the Jets have been missing since John Abraham skipped town, like, 12 years ago -- Gang Green broke out all the stops to impress Hightower on his 27th birthday.

Here's the lowdown, from ESPN's Adam Schefter:

"They sent his mother Jets merchandise, the brought him out to dinner last night and had cupcakes given to him on his birthday," Schefter said on NFL Insiders. "They had 'Happy Birthday Dont'a Hightower' on all the screens inside the Jets training facility."

 

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Hate Not,

Because You

Are Hated

 

 

A Black Man

is hated by a White Man

because the white man has been

taught to hate

by his family and friends,

taught that a black man’s place

is to serve a

white man.


A White Man

is hated by a Muslim

because the Muslim is taught

to hate a white man

by his family and friends,

taught that a White Man is

Pure Evil,

and cannot be trusted.

 

A Muslim Man

is hated by a Christian

because the Christian is taught

by his family and friends

that all Muslims are radical terrorist

who are brain washed enough

to commit a suicide attack.

 

A Heterosexual Male

Hates a Homosexual Male

because he was taught

by his family and friends

to believe that being homosexual

is a choice and not a

human characteristic by birth.

 

A Slim Man

hates an Over Weight Man

because he was taught that

being overweight is a conscious choice

and to choose to be overweight

should bring criticism.

 

An Attractive Woman Hates

a unattractive woman

because she is taught that

her beauty is more valuable

than the unattractive woman.

 

A Light Skinned Black Person

hates a Dark Skinned Black person

because he was taught

that dark skinned blacks are

not acceptable to the

white society.

 

A Very Smart Man

is hated by a Man that

hate to be directed

because he is taught

by his family and friends that

smart people are weird.

 

Each Instance

of one person hating another person

for any reason,

simply shows us all

that there are someone out there

that is taught to hate you

for any specific reason.

 

Hate is Taught

by family and friends, but,

once you become 18,

you ought to have gained enough knowledge

and experience to understand that

teaching hate of any kind,

is wrong.

 

To Hate anyone

that you don’t know or

never have had a relationship with,

of any kind…,

suggests that you are a person

of very bad character,

and having bad character…,

is hated by everyone.

 

 

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Former House Speaker John Boehner threw cold water on the prospect of congressional Republicans following through on their pledge to repeal and replace the Affordable Care ActJohn Boehner Finally Tells The Truth About Obamacare 2/26

Imagine if Republicans acted with honesty on Health Care

 

 

John Boehner's backing of the removal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), fed the fuel of anti President Obama activism, purposely, knowing that the ACA helped millions of citizens.

 

There was never an intent to add value to the political temperament of America... after the election of the first Black American Citizen, in fact, many of the leading republicans, within weeks of the election of President Obama, verbally,
in front of the press,
stated that they would

"do everything within their power...."
to ensure that Preside Obama

"fails", and...
ensure that Obama was a "1 Term President",
which in itself, is a pledge of treason.

 

Imagine if John Boehner would have backed the ACA

 

Imagine the amont of good that could have been accomplished if John Boehner would have spoken these same words 5 plus years ago, stating that the ACA simply needs correcting, and not replacing....

Had only John Boehner, chosen to speak the words of truth, nullifying the false intentions of the republican's actions to fuel the flames of hatred and anger against President Obama....
we would not be in the current state of
American Chaos based on the acts and actions of a president who has the temperament of a 12 year spoiled brat,
and the intellect of a sociopath.

 

Deceit by flawed elected official has lead to this chaos

 

The results of the 8 plus years of a purposeful, collective and carefully plotted, disruption of the
American Democratic System...
infuriated the citizens to the extent that they listened to anyone who would speak negatively of the existing representatives of the American Political Establishment...
to the extent that they were very easily swayed by a man that is known for his history of bigotry, racist, and fraudulent past...
was able to sway his way... all the way to becoming elected to the highest office in the world
President of The United States of America.

 

 

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Tim Curley and former university vice president Gary Schultz pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of endangering the  welfare of children. (CNN)Two former Penn State officials who were charged with child endangerment in the Jerry Sandusky scandal have   pleaded guilty.   One week before they were set to go to trial on three felony charges, former athletic director

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The dad, 48, was driving daughter Fatima Avelica to another school in

the northeast Los Angeles neighborhood of Highland Park when ICE stopped them.Left behind in the car with her mother, 

Fatima wept inconsolably as she captured video of her father's detention. Rosary beads hung from the rearview mirror. 

A palm-frond cross rested on the dashboard.









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Fraudulent Actions Validate:

He told Fox News a "wiretap covers a lot of different things" and hinted more could emerge in the coming weeks.

Mr Obama has denied the charge and former spy chiefs and several lawmakers have said they have seen no evidence.Trump pays out $25 million to settle Trump

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Liar Validated:

Trump stands by unverified wiretap claim

A Sociopath Liar will, not just tell a lie, he/she will continue to stand behind the spoken lie, even as evidence is provided that validates that the individual "is lying"...

Donald Trump, has been lying for decades, comments that have been proven as false, yet, Trump will continue to speak the lies as if he is the only one that truly believes his lies.

A LIE, IS A LIE, IS A LIE, IS A LIE

and those who would lie to me, will never rate my trust.

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Prerequisite for Key White House Posts: Loyalty, Not Experience

CRONYISM & NEPITISM  VALIDATED

A former F-16 Pilot Retired LT Colonel, whom I worked with for 1 There is Jason Greenblatt, the former Trump Organization lawyer, whose portfolio now includes peace on the West Bank, international trade deals and relations with Cuba. Omarosa Manigault, whose star turn on the “The Apprentice” propelled the show’s breakout first season, is now among about two dozen aides with the rank of assistant to the president — and one of the few with walk-in privileges for the Oval Office.year, told me that the higher the "rank", in those whom he worked with, as a F-16 Pilot, the "Dumber" the individual was, in terms of,
actual knowledge of management, behavior, or judgment.

Suffice it to say...

Donald Trump has surrounded himself with many of those soft minded former military high ranking individuals, and their lack of skills has, over, and over, in the first 100 days, displayed in this

rumbling, stumbling, bumbling Presidential Administration.

Nothing has gone right, Nothing has displayed any semblance of understanding of how to govern, No One seems to know how to do  the job to include the President,

and the world is laughing at

AMERICAN VOTERS

 

 

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CBO report: 24 million fewer insured by 2026 under GOP health care bill

7 Years of Poor Focus... now... the Truth is Exposed...

CBO report: 24 million fewer insured by 2026 under GOP health care bill

For 7 years, the entire republican party, have been denigrating the Affordable Care Act, ranting about how screwed up Obamacare is, and after 7 years of exhaustive efforts spent on voting

over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again,

to remove Obamacare, not because the republicans have ever had a plan to replace obamacare, but the 7 year effort was specifically designed to fool the republican voters... that the republican establishment of leaders....

NEVER HAD A PLAN TO PRODUCE SOMETHING BETTER.

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Still, it’s a long offseason. It only takes one team rowing against the tide. And, again, even the Jay Cutlers were still looking for work, never mind a part-time starter fighting against a scarlet letter.

Then, this week, Nick Foles signed with the Eagles.

EJ Manuel signed with the Raiders.Kaepernick. Barely a week had gone by in free agency.

With one exception — albeit a grotesque, borderline-obscene one — not many quarterbacks had been coming off of the market. Bleacher Report’s Friday story on how front-office types still want nothing to do with him for his protests during the national anthem shined another light on it.

Still, it’s a long offseason. It only takes one team rowing against the tide. And, again, even the Jay Cutlers were still looking for work, never mind a part-time starter fighting against a scarlet letter.

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