Saturday, April 7, 2018

Tomi Lahren: Blue Wave Will Happen If 'Swamp Rats' Keep Blocking America First Agenda

How the Obama State Dept. funded Soros group's activities

Larry Kudlow: 'Blame China' for trade stand-off

Trump: “when you’re $500B down, you can’t lose” and add $300B in the theft of intellectual property.

So with nearly a $TRILLION annual deficit with China, Trump added $50B in tariffs, China replied with $50B and Trump upped the ante another $100B yesterday.

China is defiant, but here’s why they can’t win a trade war.

'We Were Not Offered Sanctuary!': California Residents Furious Over Sanctuary Law At Town Hall

Looks like III on his arm.

Six Vietnamese Activists Sentenced For ‘Subversion’ in Hanoi Trial

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 Prominent Vietnamese rights lawyer Nguyen Van Dai (C) stands in a courtroom during his trial with other political activists in Hanoi, April 5, 2018.
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“Right now the Vietnamese Communist Party and government are cracking down on critics in a way we haven’t seen in many, many years,” he said.
“The number of political cases in the country has increased substantially, but the interesting thing is that more and more people are still willing to challenge the authorities, so this tactic of the government isn’t working to stop people calling for democracy,” he said.

Judicial authorities in Hanoi handed down harsh jail sentences on Thursday to six Vietnamese activists found guilty of “subversion,” earning the condemnation of rights groups who had called for the charges to be dropped.

Prominent rights lawyer Nguyen Van Dai, his colleague Le Thu Ha, and citizen journalists Pham Van Troi, Nguyen Trung Ton, Truong Minh Duc, and Nguyen Bac Truyen, were tried for conducting activities aimed at overthrowing the state under Article 79 of Vietnam’s Penal Code.

The statute carries maximum sentences of life imprisonment or capital punishment for those who are convicted.

The six were accused of affiliation with the Brotherhood for Democracy, a group founded by Dai in 2013 to defend human rights and promote democratic ideals in Vietnam. All have campaigned for victims of injustice, advocated for religious freedom, and supported political prisoners and their families.

In all, the activists were sentenced to 66 years in jail and 17 years under house arrest.

Florida school shooting hero blames sheriff, superintendent

 Florida school shooting hero blames sheriff, superintendent

A student gravely wounded while saving his classmates' lives by blocking a door during the Florida school massacre said Friday that the county sheriff and school superintendent failed the victims by not arresting the shooter before the attack and by allowing him to attend the school.

An attorney for 15-year-old Anthony Borges read a statement from him during a news conference criticizing Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel and Superintendent Robert Runcie for the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland that killed 14 students and three staff members.
Borges was shot five times, suffering wounds to the lungs, abdomen and legs. He was released from a Fort Lauderdale hospital Wednesday morning, the last of the 17 wounded to go home.

John Tyler Son of Virginia Still Has 2 Living Grandsons

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President John Tyler, Born in 1790, Still Has 2 Living Grandsons

From the Confederate Veteran Magazine, Volume 4, 1916, pages 4-5.

John Tyler, distinguished Virginian and tenth President of the United States, has received fitting, though long-deferred, honor from the country he served. Fifty-three years after his death the United States government has erected a handsome monument at his last resting place, in the shades of beautiful Hollywood Cemetery, at Richmond, Va., that sacred and consecrated spot where lie the ashes of so many distinguished dead. On a crest overlooking the James River and near the tomb of James Monroe, fifth President of the United States and the fourth Virginian to be so honored, this magnificent shaft blazons to the world that national recognition of one who did a noble part by his country, yet whose convictions led him to leave the Union and cast his lot with his native State when the sections became separated. President Tyler upheld Virginia in her secession, representing her in the Provisional Congress of the Confederacy, and he was also member-elect of the permanent Congress when his death occurred in 1862.

Trump takes step toward ending 'catch and release' immigration policy

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President Trump signed a memorandum on Friday seeking to take steps toward ending the “catch and release” immigration policy, a term that generally refers to the release of illegal immigrants as they wait for an immigration hearing.

“Today, President Donald J. Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum to take important steps to end ‘catch and release,’ the dangerous practice whereby aliens who have violated our Nation’s immigration laws are released into the United States shortly after their apprehension,” the Office of White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement. “The safety and security of the American people is the President’s highest priority, and he will keep his promise to protect our country and to ensure that our laws are respected.”

“At the same time, the President continues to call on congressional Democrats to cease their staunch opposition to border security and to stop blocking measures that are vital to the safety and security of the United States,” the statement continued.

BET Co-Founder Praises Trump For Economy, Credits Tax Cuts For Low Black Unemployment


Black Entertainment Network co-founder Robert Johnson on Friday praised President Donald Trump for the current economic boom, specifically lauding the GOP tax cuts as a catalyst for employment of black Americans.

"You've never seen African-American unemployment this low and the spread between African-Americans and whites narrowing," Johnson said during a CNBC interview on Friday. In December, unemployment for blacks reached the lowest percentage (6.8%) in its recorded history.

Protest The Sons of Confederate Veterans +

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South Carolina lawmakers introduce bill to secede from US if guns seized

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South Carolina lawmakers have introduced a bill that would allow them to secede from the U.S. if the federal government attempts to confiscate legally purchased firearms.

Three Republican representatives introduced the bill Thursday. It would allow the state's General Assembly to meet "to consider whether to secede from the U.S. based on the federal government's unconstitutional violation of the Second Amendment..." if the "federal government confiscates legally purchased firearms in this state."

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Previously unpublished images give a candid look at Helena's 'Devil's Brigade'

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Previously unpublished images give a candid look at Helena's 'Devil's Brigade'

The First Special Service Force, a group of 3,000 American and Canadian soldiers who fought in some of the most dangerous places on earth, trained not far from Last Chance Gulch at Fort Harrison in the middle of World War II. Nicknamed the “Devil’s Brigade," or the "Black Devils" as one German officer reportedly called them in his diary, they were a fearsome fighting force designed to fight where no other group could.

Syracuse University Student Deported After Gun Store Owner Prevents Potential School Shooting

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The actions of a small-town gun store owner helped police short-circuit what they believe was a Syracuse University student’s plan to commit a mass shooting.

As a result, Xiaoteng Zhan, 22, was deported to his home country of China last month, according to Police did not reveal the incident had taken place until Friday.

In early March, Zhan visited The Gun Store in the Madison County town of Nelson, population 1,980, shop owner John Laubscher told The town is about 15 miles from Syracuse.

Laubscher said Zhan wanted an AR-15.