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NEW: Montgomery County, Md. issues statement calling recent sexual assaults “horrendously vile acts.”
The county also accused the @WhiteHouse @realDonaldTrump @USCISCuccinelli neo-Nazi sympathizers + “local and national conservative news outlets” of spreading false information. pic.twitter.com/JTzOYIjFO3
— Kevin Lewis (@ABC7Kevin) September 6, 2019
(1/3) Sanctuary County, Montgomery County, MD cannot debate the failure of its sanctuary policies on the merits (7 violent assaults, rape etc, incl child victims in ~1 month), so they resort to ad hominem attacks using nazi implications – arguments out of bounds in civil society.
— USCIS Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli (@USCISCuccinelli) September 6, 2019
The United States’ approach to China since the Communist regime in Beijing began the period of reform and opening in the 1980s was based on a promise that trade and engagement with China would result in a peaceful, democratic state.
Forty years later the hope of producing a benign People’s Republic of China utterly failed. The Communist Party of China deceived the West into believing that the its system and the Party-ruled People’s Liberation Army were peaceful and posed no threat. In fact, these misguided policies produced the emergence of a 21st Century Evil Empire even more dangerous than a Cold War version in the Soviet Union. [Read More]
Like all Americans, I’ve been deeply moved and horrified by the recent spate of mass shootings. Surely, I thought, there must be some commonsense gun regulations that could put an end to the carnage — red-flag laws, longer waiting periods, age limits, something! [Read More]
Fairfax County Supervisor Jeff C. McKay met Tuesday with Virginia State Police investigators reportedly seeking to determine whether he violated a state ethics law when buying his home from a developer friend in 2017.
McKay’s office declined to share details about the meeting after it was over, saying that state police requested that the supervisor refrain from discussing the meeting. [Read More]
More than 400 million Facebook users may have had their phone numbers exposed, more than a year after Facebook disabled the feature that allowed someone to look up a user’s phone number.
TechCrunch found a trove of Facebook accounts on an exposed server, the news outlet reported Wednesday. The server was not protected with a password, meaning anyone could have found and accessed the database of users. [Read More]