Bruce Allen, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Councilman Kai Hagen & Jerry Dunleavy on The Larry O’Connor Show 09.05.19

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Open discussion on 287(g) program brings people from both sides (Frederick News Post)

A discussion was held yesterday at the Frederick Friends Meeting house about the 287(g) program adopted by the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office.

The program, first implemented in Frederick in 2008, provides training for sheriff’s deputies by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. It allows deputies to inquire about the immigration status of anyone booked into the county’s adult detention center and begin deportation proceedings if appropriate. The agreement is up for renewal this month. [Read More]

Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge: The Left’s Plot to Remake America (Amazon)

For two long years, Donald Trump’s presidency has been under siege by the Left and their Deep State fellow travelers who concocted an outrageous case of conspiracy with Russia to keep Trump from doing what he was elected to do: secure America’s borders, revive its economy, drain the Washington, D.C. Swamp and restore our constitutional republic.
Now that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has vindicated the Trump campaign and administration, the Department of Justice is hot on the trail of Comey, Brennan, Clapper and the rest of the gang of conspirators who tried to overturn the 2016 election. The Left has dropped all pretense of civility, fairness or decency, revealing the real reason they were so desperate to destroy President Trump. He was the one man who stood in the way of their radical plan to remake America. [Read More]

Devin Nunes accuses Fusion GPS of racketeering in federal lawsuit  (Washington Examiner)

Congressman Devin Nunes filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against opposition research firm Fusion GPS, its founder Glenn Simpson, and left-leaning watchdog group Campaign for Accountability, accusing them of “racketeering” and interfering with his congressional Trump-Russia investigation.

Nunes, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee until Democrats won the majority in 2018, claimed that Simpson, Fusion GPS, and the Campaign for Accountability illegally conspired to “harass” him in an attempt to “hinder, delay, prevent, or dissuade” him from looking into issues surrounding the federal investigation into the Trump campaign and the Russian government, and to scare him off from investigating possible wrongdoing by Simpson and Fusion GPS. [Read More]

Bernie Sanders tells crying baby to keep it down (FOX News)

A squealing baby tested Bernie Sanders’ cool during a town hall event on Tuesday in New Hampshire.

The Democratic presidential candidate was about to answer a health care question from an audience member when the little one broke out into a shrill cry. [Read More]

Joe Biden allies expect natural gas company founder to remain co-host of fundraiser despite climate outcry (CNBC)

Joe Biden’s associates still expect Andrew Goldman, who co-founded a natural gas company, to serve as co-host for a fundraiser for the Democratic presidential candidate Thursday evening, despite Biden’s pledge to refuse money from fossil-fuel executives.

As of Thursday afternoon, people close to Biden say Goldman is likely to remain co-host of the event at the New York home of colleague David Solomon, a partner at family-run investment firm Hildred Capital Partners. Invitees have not been notified about any changes to the featured host lineup, these people added. [Read More]

Wegmans to customers: We prefer customers do not open carry firearms (WHAM)

Following an online discussion about retailers and their firearms policies, Wegmans Food Markets took a public stance about the issue.

In a statement posted to Twitter on Thursday afternoon, the Rochester-based supermarket chain said they “prefer that customers not openly carry firearms into our stores. [Read More]




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