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    Today, 08:51 PM
    The Department of Justice (DOJ) has reportedly asked the Pentagon to provide military lawyers to help prosecute illegal immigration cases along the southern border. MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow reported Wednesday night that the DOJ requested active-duty Judge Advocate Generals (JAGs) be dispatched to border states to assist with the influx of illegal immigration cases. Maddow said the JAGs will serve six-month shifts as special assistant U.S. attorneys in Arizona, Texas and New Mexico. The Defense Department has agreed to the request, Maddow reported. BREAKING: DOJ sending active duty military lawyers, or "JAGs," to at least 6 cities along the Texas-Mexico border to prosecute migrants, @maddow reports on @MSNBC pic.twitter.com/u8Cb07NsV9 — MSNBC (@MSNBC) June 21, 2018The DOJ's request comes amid an ongoing crackdown from the Trump administration on illegal immigration. More at: http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/393390-doj-requests-military-lawyers-to-help-prosecute-immigration-crimes
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    Today, 08:49 PM
    Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake halted an appeals court nominee last week and he's not publicly saying why, a behind-the-scenes move that takes aim at one of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's top legislative priorities this year. The Senate Judiciary Committee scuttled a planned vote June 14 on the nomination of Britt Grant, a pick from Georgia for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. Flake's hold throws a cog in what has been the Senate GOP's smoothly operating judicial confirmation machine. "Oh, it's just something I'm working out," Flake said Tuesday, without offering any more details. The typically media-friendly senator did say his reason didn't have anything to do with Grant herself. The move has not gone over well with Sen. Johnny Isakson, who said he confronted Flake but doesn't know the reason for the hold. "It's an indiscriminate, irresponsible use of a privilege of the Senate," the Georgia Republican said. More at: http://www.sacbee.com/news/news-services/article213476164.html
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    Today, 08:48 PM
    Sen. Jeff Flake is warning that he may block votes on the nominations of all of President Donald Trump's pending appellate court nominees unless he gets favorable action on two issues unrelated to the judiciary.According to one source, Flake wants to spur discussions on travel restrictions to Cuba as well as issues related to tariffs. "We're discussing it," the Arizona Republican said in a brief interview with CNN as he came out of an immigration negotiation. Flake sits on the Judiciary Committee, where Republicans have a slim 11-10 advantage over Democrats. If he does not relent, he could bring the work of the powerful committee to a halt as it applies to appellate court nominees, who are often voted out on party lines. Confirming these influential circuit court nominees has been a top priority and bragging point for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Trump. So far, the Senate has pushed through an unprecedented number of appeals court nominees. Indeed, McConnell tweeted publicly in January: "@potus was able to seat more Circuit Court judges in the 1st year of his presidency than anyone in history." On Wednesday night, Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, acknowledged that if Flake moved to block the nominees, his hands could be tied. Grassley told CNN he will not schedule votes on these nominees until Flake's issues are resolved and he is on board. "If it is a controversial one, we probably would have to have all 11 Republicans. So if one Republican wouldn't vote, and it's 10 to 10, then we're not going to take it up," he said. But Grassley added that the Senate nominations calendar is so full right now he doesn't feel any pressure for the Judiciary Committee to move anyone out until September. "I could probably wait for a month to vote any more judges out, so there is nothing immediately of concern to me as far as the work of the committee is concerned," he said.
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    Today, 08:44 PM
    The French-German plan to overhaul the euro zone received its first objection Wednesday from Poland -- one of the countries most concerned it will get left behind. The government in Warsaw, which hasn’t set a date to adopt the single currency, signaled it will oppose plans to carve out a separate budget only for those nations that share the euro. Poland and other countries that have held on to their zloty, forint, and koruna have resisted steps that they say will lead to a "two-speed Europe." While the proposals for an exclusive euro-member spending plan won’t be defined until December, the concept may play a central role in negotiations in reworking the wider EU budget for the fiscal period that starts after 2020. Poland is already at the center of that debate, both because it’s the biggest net beneficiary of EU development funds and also since it’s been accused by the bloc of eroding the rule of law. “We don’t know the details as to when it will be introduced and how it would be financed, but plans to create another budget within the EU budget are clearly a concern,” Polish Finance Minister Teresa Czerwinska said in Warsaw. Investment Minister Jerzy Kwiecinski said all EU members must back the bloc’s next budget and that talks would take “many months.” More at: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-20/biggest-eu-aid-case-raises-early-objection-to-merkel-macron-plan?cmpId=yhoo.headline&yptr=yahoo
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    Today, 08:38 PM
    The Vatican has asked retired Washington, D.C., Archbishop Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, to cease public ministry after finding he was credibly accused of sexually abusing a teenager almost 50 years ago, the archdiocese and McCarrick said on Wednesday.McCarrick is among the highest-ranking of the more than 6,700 U.S. Roman Catholic clerics to be accused of sexually abusing children since the church's sex abuse scandal broke in 2002, according to BishopAccountability.org, a private group that tracks the allegations. McCarrick, 87, was accused of sexually abusing a teenager when he was a priest in New York, he said in a statement. He said he was innocent, but an investigation by the Church found the allegations to be credible and substantiated, the archdiocese said in a statement. More at: https://www.yahoo.com/news/catholic-cardinal-washington-accused-sex-abuse-151615458.html
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    Today, 08:15 PM
    Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, had an angry confrontation with House Speaker Paul Ryan after confusion erupted over which version of an piece of immigration legislation the House of Representatives was set to vote on, with Meadows later claiming in a statement that "the leadership compromise bill omitted key provisions that had been agreed upon beforehand." WATCH: (Clip 1/2) Exchange between @SpeakerRyan and Rep. Mark Meadows on the House Floor. (Look at NV column area of screen). Note: C-SPAN doesn't control cameras/audio in House chamber. (h/t @Jakesherman) pic.twitter.com/WrtoLEfg4u — Jeremy Art (@cspanJeremy) June 20, 2018 WATCH: (Clip 2/2) Exchange between @SpeakerRyan and Rep. Mark Meadows on the House Floor. (Look at NV column area of screen). Note: C-SPAN doesn't control cameras/audio in House chamber. (h/t @Jakesherman) pic.twitter.com/leOsUZUcTn — Jeremy Art (@cspanJeremy) June 20, 2018 Both men became animated - pointing fingers at each other to the point where reporters in the press gallery could hear the the heated discussion - such as Politico's Jake Sherman who live-tweeted the drama. ����
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    Today, 08:08 PM
    South Korea announced June 20 that it would suspend its Taegeuk command post military exercises, scheduled for June 25, Yonhap reported. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/south-korea-seoul-suspends-unilateral-drills-amid-talks-north-korea
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    Today, 08:05 PM
    Protecting the citizens against foreign predation is government's job.
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    Today, 07:56 PM
    It is all up to Danke now.
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    Today, 07:47 PM
    He's cuckoo for cocoa puffs. But it's not just him, seems like everyone is going off the deep end. It just goes to show how easily people are manipulated and riled up by the MSM.
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    Today, 07:44 PM
    Hungary’s parliament has passed a law that mandates prison for anyone helping illegal immigrants enter the country or claim asylum. Under the “Stop Soros” law, named after Hungarian billionaire and open-borders advocate George Soros, individuals aiding migrants in the asylum process or “providing financial property or benefit” will be liable for a year-long prison sentence. “The Hungarian people rightfully expects the government to use all means necessary to combat illegal immigration and the activities that aid it,” Interior Minister Sandor Pinter wrote Wednesday. “The STOP Soros package of bills serves that goal, making the organization of illegal immigration a criminal offense. We want to use the bills to stop Hungary from becoming a country of immigrants.” Prime Minister Viktor Orban has vowed to eject Soros NGO’s from the country, saying “Soros and his ‘army’ ideological motivation is a multicultural Europe” and that “they do not like the traditions of Christian Europe.” “They want to ruin Europe because they are hoping to make large profits in the process,” he said. “That is just what financial speculators are like.” More at: https://www.infowars.com/hungary-passes-stop-soros-law-criminalizing-aid-to-illegal-migrants/
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    Today, 07:42 PM
    Twitter and other online platforms are shutting down efforts to reveal the names of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees following the backlash against the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance policy at the U.S.-Mexico border. Developer Sam Lavigne, who claims to be an adjunct professor at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, created a database on GitHub that revealed the names of more than 1,500 ICE agents — with the data scraped from the LinkedIn business networking site. In a now-deleted Medium post, Lavigne justified the database, saying, “As ICE continues to ramp up its inhumane surveillance and detention efforts, I believe it’s important to document what’s happening, and by whom, in any way we can.” But the blogging platform suspended the post detailing the information on the grounds of "doxxing" – the intentional publication of personal information -- Lavigne told the Verge. GitHub explained in a statement why it removed the information about ICE agents. “We removed the project because it violates our community guidelines,” a GitHub spokesperson said. “In general, we have policies against use of GitHub for doxxing and harassment, and violating a third party’s privacy.”
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    Today, 07:31 PM
    Both Ankara and the Pentagon are set to complete a deal for F-35s, ignoring a decision by US lawmakers to torpedo the shipment of 100 fighter jets to Turkey. Their opinion doesn’t matter, Ankara has said. “Necessary contacts have been made with the US, and delivery of the F-35 jets will be on Thursday,” Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag told reporters on Wednesday, two days after the US Senate voted overwhelmingly to block the deal. Senators chose to call off the long-expected sale, citing Ankara’s plans to buy S-400 surface-to-air missile batteries from Russia, and the detention of an American citizen. The same decision had earlier been made by the House of Representatives, but the bill is yet to be signed by the president. The vote in Congress does “not hold values for us,” another Turkish deputy PM, Hakan Cavusoglu, stated. “We will also definitely take the F-35s,” he said. Ankara’s defiant stance is in tune with the Pentagon, which confirmed that the first jets will indeed be handed over on June 21. The manufacturer of the aircraft, Lockheed Martin, “will hold a rollout ceremony for Turkey this Thursday in Fort Worth, and the two jets will follow-on to Luke Air Force Base in Arizona at a later date,” Pentagon spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Mike Andrews told CNN. More at: https://www.infowars.com/pentagon-ignores-us-lawmakers-for-turkey-jet-deal/
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    Today, 07:27 PM
    Angela Merkel appears to have caved in to Donald Trump with Germany considering scrapping the European Union’s 10 percent tax on American car imports. President Trump’s ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, has held high-level talks with German car makers BMW and Volkswagen about dropping car tariffs between the US and Germany. The manufacturers said they were open to the idea of dropping tariffs as long as it was part of a larger overall industrial scheme. More at: https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/977066/donald-trump-news-us-trade-war-eu
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    Today, 06:23 PM
    Not until after months or years of legal red tape.
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    Today, 06:21 PM
    Recent TEDx Talks independent speaking events have featured guests promoting pedophile acceptance in society. The TED organization distanced itself from one event Tuesday, which featured a German medical student at the University of Würzburg in a lecture entitled, “Why our perception of pedophilia has to change.” In the independently organized event, which took place May 5, student Mirjam Heine discussed how pedophiles should be accepted by society, but must also be encouraged not to act on their sexual desires. Using the story of “Jonas,” a pedophile she encountered only attracted to female children between ages 6 through 12, Heine attempts to draw a distinction between people who sexually abuse children and pedophiles who do not abuse children. “Let me be very clear here: abusing children is wrong without any doubt, but a pedophile who doesn’t abuse children has done nothing wrong,” Heine says. The speaker claims society’s exclusion and isolation of pedophiles may instead encourage them to commit child sex abuse. “According to current research, pedophilia is an unchangeable sexual orientation just like, for example, heterosexuality. No one chooses to be a pedophile. No one can cease being one.” “It is in our responsibility to reflect and to overcome our negative feelings about pedophiles and to treat them with the same respect we treat other people with.”
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    Today, 06:14 PM
    It is the left that keeps us from just turning the family away at the border.
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    Today, 06:06 PM
    Prominent conservatives are criticizing Twitter for not taking down the account of actor Peter Fonda after he called for Barron Trump’s kidnapping and confinement with pedophiles over the president’s immigration policy. “I think it is funny how Twitter and Jack support keeping families together but will allow Peter Fonda to talk about kidnapping Barron Trump. They leave him verified and he should be removed from Twitter,” Washington Examiner contributor Michael Moates tweeted Wednesday. I think it is funny how Twitter and Jack support keeping families together but will allow Peter Fonda to talk about kidnapping Barron Trump. They leave him verified and he should be removed from Twitter. — Michael Moates (@freedom_moates) June 20, 2018 Commentator Mark Dice pointed out that Trump advisor Roger Stone’s account was permanently banned from Twitter for saying much milder comments compared to Fonda. “So Roger Stone got permanently banned from Twitter for swearing at CNN, but Peter Fonda makes rape threats to a child and Twitter lets him keep his account. Twitter’s leadership is despicable,” he tweeted. So Roger Stone got permanently banned from Twitter for swearing at CNN, but Peter Fonda makes rape threats to a child and Twitter lets him keep his account. Twitter’s leadership is despicable. — Mark Dice (@MarkDice) June 20, 2018
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    Today, 06:00 PM
    The European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs just voted ‘yes’ on highly controversial parts of the EU’s new Copyright Reform. The controversial articles — 11 and 13 — effectively establish link tax, censorship machines, and ban memes. There was heavy resistance to the contested articles from internet activists, lobbyists, and members of European Parliament (MEPs), but all was for nought and the articles passed with a 13:12 and 15:10 majority. The committee’s vote doesn’t automatically make the Copyright reform and its controversial articles law. Instead, it cements the European Parliament’s stance on the issue — which is highly influential — before entering the final stage of the legislation process. However, there is a way to change that. Plenary is the European Parliament’s tool to bring matters out of committee and put up for a vote in the Parliament itself, i.e. have all 751 MEPs vote instead of only 25. But there needs to be enough support in Parliament for this to happen, so opposers have already started campaigning for a plenary session. More at: https://thenextweb.com/eu/2018/06/20/eu-votes-for-censorship-machines-and-link-tax-what-now/
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    Today, 05:56 PM
    Anti-American propaganda has reportedly disappeared from North Korea following the summit between the two countries leaders in Singapore earlier this month. Western tour operators speaking with Reuters say anti-American souvenirs have been taken off the shelves of gift shops on the North Korean side of the Demilitarized Zone. According to Simon Cockerell, general manager at Koryo Tours, items such as stamps and postcards bearing hostile messages regarding the U.S. are no longer available. “They’re always very popular, not very subtle, and, as of now, have all been removed,” Cockerell said. Rowan Beard, a tour manager at Young Pioneer Tours, described the change as the most significant shift he’s seen at the border. “In five years working in North Korea, I’ve never seen them completely disappear before,” Beard said. The guide added that the change appeared to be abruptly made shortly after the U.S.-North Korean summit.
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    Today, 05:52 PM
    No fewer than 60 organizations branded "hate groups" or otherwise attacked by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) are considering legal action against the left-wing smear factory, a Christian legal nonprofit leader confirmed to PJ Media on Tuesday. He suggested that the $3 million settlement and apology the SPLC gave to Maajid Nawaz and his Quilliam Foundation on Monday would encourage further legal action. "We haven't filed anything against the SPLC, but I think a number of organizations have been considering filing lawsuits against the SPLC, because they have been doing to a lot of organizations exactly what they did to Maajid Nawaz," Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, told PJ Media on Tuesday. Liberty Counsel filed a lawsuit against the charity navigation organization GuideStar for defamation after GuideStar adopted the SPLC's "hate group" list. That lawsuit is ongoing. More at: https://pjmedia.com/trending/about-60-organizations-are-considering-a-lawsuit-against-the-splc-following-3m-nawaz-settlement/
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    Today, 05:42 PM
    A professor at the University of Exeter claims in a new textbook that learning mathematics can cause “collateral damage” to society by training students in "ethics-free thought." “The Ethics of Mathematics: Is Mathematics Harmful” was written by University of Exeter Professor Paul Ernest, and published as a chapter in a 2018 textbook he edited called The Philosophy of Mathematics Education Today. Despite the myriad benefits math offers to society—such as increased scientific knowledge and improved healthcare, allowing us to live longer and happier lives—Ernest warns of three ways mathematics education causes “collateral damage” to society. First, Ernest asserts that “the nature of pure of mathematics itself leads to styles of thinking that can be damaging when applied beyond mathematics to social and human issues,” since math facilitates “detached” and “calculative” reasoning. “Reasoning without meanings provides a training in ethics-free thought,” he writes, fretting that this “masculine” paradigm “valorises rules, abstraction, objectification, impersonality, unfeelingness, dispassionate reason, and analysis.” Second, he argues that the “applications of mathematics in society can be deleterious to our humanity unless very carefully monitored and checked,” worrying particularly about how math facilitates transactions of money and finance. “Money and thus mathematics is the tool for the distribution of wealth,” he states. “It can therefore be argued that as the key underpinning conceptual tool mathematics is implicated in the global disparities in wealth.” Finally, Ernest worries of the personal impact math has on “less-successful students,” especially women, since math is often perceived as a “masculine” and “difficult” subject. “One of the persistent myths of the twentieth century has been that females are ‘naturally’ less well equipped mathematically than males,” Ernest claims, albeit without acknowledging data that would complicate his theory.
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    Today, 05:38 PM
    Aside from immigration, the two leaders agreed to an in principle plan to strengthen the Euro area, including setting up a euro-area budget and a crisis backstop under the ESM (European stability mechanism), although they postponed decisions on some elements which could prove consequential. Chief among them: specifics on the size and conditions of the euro-area budget. “There is a general feeling that there is some momentum, not towards a complete reform package but towards progress,” Nicolas Veron, a senior fellow at the Bruegel think tank told Bloomberg, who admitted that the European project is now hanging on by a thread: "It’s a political fact that what you have in the German Bundestag and in Italy has created a less favorable environment." So what is in this supposedly heavily diluted plan? Here are the key items courtesy of Bloomberg: Euro-area budget The agreement on a euro-area budget, starting in 2021, marks an important win for French president Emmanuel Macron, who has been advocating for such an instrument. According to a roadmap endorsed by Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the budget should promote competitiveness, convergence and stabilization in the euro area, with resources coming from national contributions, Europe and revenue from taxes including a financial transactions tax or a levy on digital companies. The budget aims to help investment in innovation and human capital while other options examined include allowing nations in trouble to suspend their contributions, or establishing a European unemployment stabilization fund. There is just one problem: it's nothing more than an abstraction at this moment - there are no details on the size of this budget and on whether countries need to adhere to strict conditions to be eligible for funds, two key elements that are likely to determine the impact of such an instrument. “The budget is symbolic, but not substantial,” Veron said. “The French side wanted symbol, the German side didn’t want a lot of substance." In short: another typical European compromise which is great for optics yet achieves nothing in practice.
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    Today, 05:29 PM
    James Comey hit back at Hillary Clinton after the former secretary of state sniped at him over a Justice Department inspector general report which revealed that the former FBI director used a private email address to conduct official business - while his FBI was investigating Hillary for her own use of private systems. But my emails. https://t.co/G7TIWDEG0p — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 14, 2018 In an interview with the German newspaper Die Zeit, Comey refused to apologize to Clinton - stressing the difference between his personal use of email for unclassified information vs. her use, which involved classified information. More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-20/comey-hits-back-hillary-she-doesnt-understand-what-her-case-was-about
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    Today, 05:21 PM
    Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been talking to members of Congress about using DNA testing to verify whether children crossing the southern U.S. border are biologically related to adults they arrive with, or if they are being smuggled into the country by human traffickers, Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council. “Sessions is talking to congressional members and is hoping for a legislative fix,” Perkins said, adding that the DOJ would like to see “just, fair and enforceable” immigration policies. To that end, “They are looking at how to use DNA tests in the field to verify they are parents and not traffickers," according to Perkins. “The reality is if American parents put their kids through what these immigrant parents have done to their kids, they would be charged with child abuse.” -Tony Perkins Sessions told Perkins “We know for a fact that a lot of adults taking children along are not related to them. could be smugglers. They could be human traffickers. It’s a very unhealthy dangerous thing and it needs to end. We need to return to a good lawful system,” Sessions told Perkins on his broadcast. More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-20/border-dna-tests-sessions-proposes-genetic-testing-determine-biological
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    Today, 05:18 PM
    They mean every word of it, they always have, Fonda may be a pedo as well.
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