Rio Grande Valley – Liberals received their marching orders and the orders are to deflect to Trump in handling Senator Al Franken’s sexual harassment scandal. Franken has been accused of sexual misconduct when a long held photograph of him reaching out to seemingly grasp the breast of sleeping journalist Leeann Tweeden.
The photo was taken while both Franken and Tweeden were attending a 2006 USO Tour.
Liberals, rather than address the situation at hand, opted to compare the sexual advance to that of Judge Roy Moore and his sexual misconduct allegations. Moore is currently seeking a highly coveted U.S. Senate seat in Alabama.
President Donald Trump’s tweet regarding Franken’s conduct sent the liberal press into over-drive, with the press criticizing Trump’s response to Franken in comparison to his handling of Moore’s allegations.
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The bill, signed on Facebook Live, served as crushing blow to local pro-illegal immigration groups, who were quick to condemn the signing.
Austin – Governor Greg Abbot (R) signed into law, SB 4, an anti-sanctuary cities bill that would outlaw municipalities and county governments from creating legislation that would serve to protect and harbor illegal immigrants. Abbots signed the bill after clearing both chambers of the Texas Legislature four days ago, and opted to mark the occasion by signing the bill on Facebook Live, rather than a traditional signing surrounded by the press. The law is scheduled to take effect September 1, 2017.
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In addition to illegal immigrants, members of all alleged suppressed minority groups are encouraged to skip work tomorrow to protest immigration and labor laws.
Local – Local pro-illegal immigration advocacy groups, particularly La Union de Pueblo Entero (LUPE), are calling on the local community to join with them in skipping work to protest with a “Day Without an Immigrant.” May Day, as the protest is commonly referred to has its origins as far back as late 1800’s, in which workers protested and striked for proper wages, labor hours, and working conditions.
In 2006, the May Day protested shifted to focus primarily on illegal immigration issues, particularly for total amnesty for the nations 11 million illegal immigrants. Open border supporters believe protest is needed more so now that immigration authorities are now been empowered to enforce United States immigration laws and especially since the State of Texas has cleared a path for SB 4, which would outlaw sanctuary cities. Continue reading “May Day: Local organizations plan “Day without an Immigrant” protest”
New York/New Jersey – A simulated exercise to train governmental agencies in the event of a nuclear disaster may occur tonight if discovered online documents confirms it’s existence. The simulation called “Project Gotham Shield” brings together several alphabet agencies, including the FBI, FEMA, Department of Defense, Department of Energy, among others. The exercise allegedly began last week on April 18th and continues on through May 5th 2017, and covers three unique phases of the operation.
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Incidents of false hate crime reports have occurred throughout the U.S. since the election of Donald Trump
Edinburg – Racial slurs left in the female restroom have left students shaken and left UTRGV authorities scrambling to find the individual(s) responsible for it.
The incident occurred April 10, and the offensive material was left in the first floor female restroom in the Mathematics & General Classrooms Building.
Staff and students were sent the following alert from UTRGV Police.
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Washington, DC – It would appear that Generation Z has more sense than their older Millennial counter parts. During CNN’s Live Coverage of early Monday’s White House Easter Egg Roll , a young boy can be seen in the crowd, looking towards the camera and mouth “Fake News”, all while Jim Acosta provides commentary.
Generation Z, children born between 1995-2010, appear to have a different world view than the Millennial generation before them. If voting trends are any indication, this future generation could prove problematic for Democrats down the road. Continue reading “Hope for the Future? Kid appears to mouth “Fake News” at CNN Live Coverage”
South Padre Island – Spring Break, the annual week-long booze induced excursion from the rigid confines of academia, may be coming to an end if (some) concerned citizens of South Padre Island convince the city council that breaking from Spring Break would be best for the city’s reputation. Continue reading “SPI Residents Petition for a Spring Break-Up”
Senate Bill 6 has been forwarded to Texas Senate to be decided on. The “bathroom bill” as it’s colloquially referred, would limit individuals to use the bathroom of his/her biological origin. Naturally, this was seen as an anti-LGBT position, and a counter-protest has emerged. I have written about my personal position regarding gender neutral public bathrooms, specifically regarding the law passed in North Carolina. Evidence was provided that illustrated that abuses and compromising situations were occurring in result of troubled individuals abusing gender neutral public restrooms. Continue reading “LETTERS: Texas Bathroom Bill SB6”