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Posted by: R. Mitchell in Customs, Border and Immigration News, In The News, Syndicated Posts April 28, 2020 Topics in this post: Drugs methamphetamine LAREDO, Texas – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Field Operations (OFO) officers intercepted a significant amount of hard narcotics with an estimated street value of more than $25
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A massive 72% of Americans say that they will reach their “breaking point” with stay-at-home orders by mid-June if they continue. The study found that another one fourth of Americans have already reached that point. Pollsters at Kelton Global asked 1,895 U.S. citizens about stay-at-home orders between April 3 and April 6. They found that
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Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres speaks during a Security Council meeting about the situation in Syria at U.N. Headquarters in New York, February 28, 2020. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters) Ever since the COVID-19 crisis erupted, commentators have predicted that leftists/globalists would try to hitch global warming to the ongoing fight against coronavirus — not
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Airman First Class Sarah Howard, 159th Medical Group, Louisiana Air National Guard, writes triage information on a patient’s car windshield at the triage section of a drive-through community based COVID-19 coronavirus testing site at Louis Armstrong Park in New Orleans, La., March 20, 2020. (Senior Master Sergeant Dan Farrell/US Air National Guard) The rules in
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A man in Albany, N.Y., takes part in a protest against lockdown measures amid the coronavirus, April 22, 2020. (Bryan R. Smith / Reuters) As I tell Mark Helprin at the beginning of this Q&A, I started thinking about pandemics a few months ago. Mark has been thinking about them for a long time. He
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It is welcome news that Florida is now set to become the sixth state to require both parental consent and notice before minor girls can get an abortion. A bill mandating this has passed both houses of the state Legislature, and Gov. Ron DeSantis has promised to sign it. Ensuring that a child’s parents are involved before any medical or surgical procedure
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Paul Krugman of the New York Times writes that he has not “heard any Republican complaints about Trump’s huge bailouts for farmers, whose distress is largely the result of his own policies.” Perhaps it is the case that Professor Krugman has not heard such complaints. Is he listening? From Politico, “The president’s $12 billion farm bailout
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Chinese Doctor Shi Zhengli was part of a team that working on a coronavirus project jointly with US doctors in 2014 in the United States before it was shut down by the DHS for being too risky.  After the US research project was shut down, Dr. Shi, often referred to as the “Bat Lady,” continued
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An Amazon worker delivers packages amid the coronavirus outbreak in Denver, Colo., April 22, 2020. (Kevin Mohatt/Reuters) Senator Josh Hawley (R., Mo.) asked attorney general Bill Barr to open a criminal antitrust probe into Amazon following reports that the tech giant was illicitly accessing third-party seller data, a violation of official company policy designed to
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El presentador principal de Univisión nuevamente utilizó su plataforma privilegiada en Facebook Watch para desacreditar a los estadounidenses que piensan de manera distinta a él. Esta vez, dirigió su propaganda capciosa a quienes buscan un alivio en las restricciones para que los estadounidenses vuelvan a trabajar y brindar sustento a sus familias- incluso frente a
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In his recent New York Times review of Andrew Bacevich’s new anthology of “conservative” writings, columnist George Will tosses out a dig at “self-described ‘national conservatives,’ convinced that ‘the thinking person’s Trumpism’ is not an oxymoron.” These poor souls, he adds, are “struggling to infuse intellectual content into the simmering stew of economic nationalism, resentment
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Is America, in lockdown, with 26 million unemployed and entering a new depression, up for a confrontation and Cold War with China? For that appears to be where the GOP wishes to lead us. According to Politico, a 57-page memo from Mitch McConnell’s senatorial committee instructs GOP candidates to blame the coronavirus pandemic on China,
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A month after President Trump had invoked the Defense Production Act calling on General Motors to manufacture ventilators for the coronavirus crisis, the CBS Evening News refused to acknowledge that fact as they praised to automaker on Monday. This came after the newscasts had repeatedly insisted the Trump administration wasn’t doing anything to have desperately needed
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On Saturday two California doctors of Immunology went on with KIRO News 23 in California and made a video disputing the official state coronavirus policy in California. Doctors Dan Erickson and Artin Massihi said their facilities have tested over 5,200 patients for the coronavirus throughout the county, making up for over half of all testing
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Christopher Steele Dossier author Christopher Steele had previously undisclosed meetings with DNC lawyers and Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Steele disclosed during a testimony that he met with Perkins Coie partners Michael Sussmann and Marc Elias during the 2016 election. Steele testified that Michael Sussmann tipped him off to the now-debunked claim that Russian Alfa Bank was
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It was another rough day for the Fake News media.Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell tore into the hacks at The Washington Post on Monday evening. The Washington Post reported on Monday night that President Trump’s intelligence briefing book repeatedly cited the virus threat.  In other words, the pandemic is Trump’s fault!What BS. The WaPo
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After some uncertainty about the future of White House Coronavirus Task Force briefings, Monday’s edition went off without a hitch in the Rose Garden and the questions were relatively fair and uncontroversial. That was until New York magazine’s Olivia Nuzzi was granted the final question and, despite the adorations from fellow liberal journalists afterward, she stood
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There’s perhaps nothing more elitist than major national journalists whining about unemployed people getting their income back since they don’t need to worry about losing their jobs overnight. But the elitist anger of the CBS Evening News and NBC Nightly News notably only found select targets Monday night: red states, while states ran by Democrats were largely sheltered
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Illinois Governor Pritzker A judge on Monday ruled Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker’s Coronavirus stay-at-home order exceeded his emergency authority and violated civil rights, the Washington Times reported. Republican Rep. Darren Bailey sought a restraining order against Governor Pritzker and Clay County Circuit Judge Michael McHaney sided with him. Since Bailey is the plaintiff, he is
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President Donald Trump seemed supportive of Attorney General William Barr’s directive to protect the individual rights of citizens against the potential encroachment by state or local governments.  Asked in the Rose Garden press briefing Monday if the administration would bring lawsuits against states, Trump left the door open.  “It would depend on the circumstances of
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