USCIS Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli, Diamond & Silk, Carrie Lukas & Stephen Gutowski on The Larry O’Connor Show 08.12.19

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Attorney General William Barr decries ‘serious irregularities’ in Epstein’s detention, vows full investigation (FOX News)

Attorney General William Barr on Monday blasted corrections officials and vowed to investigate the “serious irregularities” uncovered at the federal prison in Manhattan where accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was held and found dead Saturday morning. Barr’s criticism came amid complaints about squalid, rat-infested cells and as union officials charge warnings about overworked employees at the understaffed facility went unheeded. [Read More]

Checking Progressive Privilege (Encounter Books)

Progressives have taught us that it doesn’t take overt discrimination to make society unfair. Privilege afforded to different groups—such as whites, males, and heterosexuals—can infect our cultural institutions, creating unfair burdens for other groups. [Read More]

Top immigration official Ken Cuccinelli unveils change to “public charge” rule (CBS News)

Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, briefed reporters from the White House Monday, as the Trump administration announces a change to the “public charge” rule that would ostensibly make it more difficult for low-income immigrants to obtain green cards. [Read More]

White House Asks Gun-Rights Leader for Input on Shooting Response (Washington Free Beacon)

The White House reached out to a top official of two gun-rights organizations on Thursday to seek his input on a possible response to the recent mass shootings, including how to handle potential gun control legislation. [Read More]

Jeffrey Epstein hanged himself with prison bedsheet: source (New York Post)

Jeffrey Epstein was found hanging in his Lower Manhattan jail cell with a bedsheet wrapped around his neck and secured to the top of a bunk bed, The Post has learned. [Read More]

 

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