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  • Sweet song by Al Capone being sold at auction

    06/24/2017 9:39:45 AM PDT · by bgill · 5 replies
    keyetv ^ | June 24, 2017 | AP
    Artifacts connected to some of the nation's most notorious gangsters are being auctioned this weekend. A handwritten musical composition by Al Capone, a letter written by John Gotti, and jewelry that belonged to Bonnie and Clyde are among the items up for bid Saturday in the "Gangsters, Outlaws and Lawmen" auction in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by Boston-based RR Auction. The musical piece entitled "Humoresque" shows Capone's softer side. Written when Capone was in Alcatraz in the 1930s, it contains the lines: "You thrill and fill this heart of mine, with gladness like a soothing symphony, over the air, you gently float,...
  • ICE Director Thomas Homan Brings Atomic Sledgehammer of Truth…

    06/16/2017 6:18:14 PM PDT · by Rockitz · 7 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | 16 June 2017 | sundance
    President Donald Trump’s immigration enforcer doubled down Friday on recent comments that undocumented immigrants “should be afraid” under the Trump administration. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Acting Director Thomas Homan said in an interview today that he has “zero regrets” about his remarks before Congress this week, expanding on them. “It needed to be said,” Homan told CNN on the sidelines of a Central American prosperity and security conference. “And by me saying you should be worried, you should be afraid — if you lie on your taxes, you’ve got to be worried, ‘Is the IRS going to audit me?’ …...
  • Mongols Case Forever And Ever

    06/06/2017 3:35:45 PM PDT · by Elderberry · 14 replies
    The ironic war the United States of America has waged against the Mongols Motorcycle Club is now in its 20th year. It began as an offshoot of investigations in Los Angeles by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives into the Vagos, Sundowners and Hells Angels Motorcycle Clubs. Like the Hundred Years War in the 14th Century, the Mongols War can be divided into distinct phases. In the beginning, in about 1998 when the Mongols were comparatively short handed, the ATF managed to infiltrate an undercover agent named William Queen – his name in the club was Billy “Slow...
  • They served in the U.S. military and hoped for citizenship. Then they got deported.

    06/04/2017 3:20:46 PM PDT · by BBell · 89 replies
    www.washingtonpost.com ^ | 6/3/17 | Roxana Popescu
    TIJUANA, MEXICO — Rep. Juan Vargas, a California Democrat whose district runs the length of the state’s border with Mexico, introduced a set of bills last fall aimed at helping U.S. military veterans who were deported after they were convicted of crimes. The bills stalled, casualties of what he called bad timing during the presidential campaign. Vargas reintroduced the bills last week, because now he sees “a real opportunity.” He and six other Democratic members of Congress spent Saturday in this Mexican border town visiting deported veterans to press the issue, thinking that President Trump might be receptive to the...
  • Will new FBI probe Hillary, Obama?

    05/12/2017 6:08:28 AM PDT · by rktman · 24 replies
    wnd.com ^ | 5/11/2017 | Mason Weaver
    FBI Director James Comey has been fired, and the lunatics on the left are being predictable. They are illustrating their inability to be satisfied, happy or even cooperative. They hated and distrusted Comey and are now finding fault with his dismissal. It comes from a basic, fundamental liberal position. Truth does not matter; only the goals matter. If it could harm Trump, they will do it. For decades, the left had assumed that losing any power in Washington was temporary and that they would still control the bureaucracy. Their career employees could not be fired and would work against all...
  • Roma Say They’re Being Barred From Flights to Canada

    05/10/2017 8:17:05 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 26 replies
    Toronto Star ^ | Sat., May 6, 2017 | NICHOLAS KEUNGI
    The federal government denies it’s behind the problems faced by Roma travellers, saying it’s up to airlines to decide who boards flights to Canada.Ottawa is being accused of preventing Roma travellers from boarding Canada-bound flights and denying them the possibility of seeking asylum here. Since the end of last year, advocates and lawyers say a slew of Roma passengers from Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia — all currently visa-exempted countries — have reported being stopped from boarding flights to Canada via transit points in England, Poland, Belgium and Germany. The federal government denies that it is to blame....
  • FBI Study Is Telling About Policing In a Post-Ferguson America

    05/10/2017 6:57:48 AM PDT · by rktman · 5 replies
    cnsnews.com ^ | 5/9/2017 | ron hosko
    More than a quarter of assailants, twenty-eight percent or (14/50), expressed a desire to kill law officers prior to carrying out their deadly attacks. Their main reason: attacking police officers was their way to “get justice” for those who they believed were unjustly killed by law enforcement. Some tipped off friends or family about their intent to kill police. And, unsurprisingly, some of the assailants said they were influenced by the poisonous Black Lives Matter movement.
  • Philadelphia Keeps Criminals on Its Voting Rolls – Why?

    05/09/2017 6:52:48 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 15 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | May 9, 2017 | Robert Knight
    In the City of Brotherly Love, you can retain your voter registration no matter what crime you commit. That’s because election officials refuse to take convicted felons off the voter rolls even if they’re still serving time in jail. One potential voter is convicted baby murderer Dr. Kermit Gosnell. In May 2013, in a case that shocked the nation, Gosnell was convicted of first-degree murder for killing fully developed babies born alive at his abortion clinic by severing their spines with scissors. He got three life terms, the latter for killing a baby that he joked was so large it...
  • House to consider protecting immigration law evaders where IL's most vulnerable gather

    05/09/2017 5:38:36 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 7 replies
    House to consider protecting immigration law evaders where IL's most vulnerable gather SPRINGFIELD - Illinois House members will be asked this week to make state-funded places where Illinois' most vulnerable citizens gather as the very same locations criminals will be able to find sanctuary from immigration authorities. SB 31, dubbed by supporters as the "Illinois Trust Act," passed the Illinois Senate last week along party lines, with all Democrats voting "Yes," and all Republicans voting "No," except Senate GOP Leader Christine Radogno, who voted "Present." Six Democrats did not vote. If the bill becomes law, tax-funded pre-schools, hospitals, nursing homes...
  • Dems Oppose Concealed Carry Reciprocity [semi-satire]

    05/06/2017 3:05:59 PM PDT · by John Semmens · 7 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 7 May 2017 | John Semmens
    Legislation backed by Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC) known as “national concealed carry reciprocity,” would require states that issue permits allowing gun owners to carry concealed weapons to recognize such permits from other states. “The intent is to simplify the process for law-abiding gun owners when they travel to other states,” Cornyn said. “A gun permit issued by a state would be valid in other states just like a state-issued driver’s license.” Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va) announced his opposition, saying that “families have been torn apart by gun violence. Enough is enough. This tragic...
  • CA Sheriff Hits Back at "Sanctuary State" Rhetoric by Showing Just Who Would be Protected

    04/30/2017 10:55:13 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 28 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | April 29, 2017 | Jennifer Van Laar
    Source: http://www.facebook.com/VenturaCountySheriff Much attention has been given to the antics of crazy California politicians like Kamala Harris, Kevin de Leon, and Nancy Pelosi, who all advocate for sanctuary city/state policies and call anyone opposed to their view racist or " white supremacist " - and can somehow say with a straight face that this policy doesn't put Americans at risk. But, there are elected officials and law enforcement officers in the state who strongly oppose these policies and, in particular, Senate Bill 54 , which would prohibit law enforcement agencies in the state from using "agency or department moneys,...
  • Gorsuch Puts Down The Left’s Serial Rapist

    04/27/2017 4:44:48 AM PDT · by servo1969 · 79 replies
    Frontpagemag.com ^ | 4-27-2017 | Daniel Greenfield
    A few months after lefty activists crowded Washington D.C. for the Women's March, activists from many of those same organizations went to bat for a serial rapist and murderer. Ledell Lee's victims were all women.  While he was on trial for the rape and murder of Debra Reese, the testimony of three of his rape victims was presented. Lee had made a habit of knocking on doors and asking to borrow some tools to see whether a woman's husband might be home. Debra Reese called her mother and told her that a strange man had tried to borrow some tools....
  • Sanctuary Cities Release 65 Criminal Aliens Wanted by ICE

    04/06/2017 11:40:29 AM PDT · by detective · 13 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 6 Apr 2017 | Bob Price
    Sanctuary jurisdictions across the country released 65 criminals wanted by immigration authorities. New York led the nation in this week’s report after releasing 14 criminals with immigration holds
  • DOJ to streamline deportation hearings for illegal immigrants in prison

    03/30/2017 2:08:13 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 16 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | March 30, 2017 | Adrea Noble
    The Justice Department intends to expand and modernize the way it conducts deportation proceedings for criminals so that illegal immigrants are deported immediately after they finish prison sentences, officials announced Thursday. Currently, illegal immigrants who complete prison sentences can spend months held in Immigration and Customs Enforcement facilities as deportation hearings progress. The expansion of the department’s Institutional Hearing Program is meant to streamline the deportation process so that removal hearings occur while inmates are held in prison rather than after they are transferred to ICE facilities.
  • Slain teen suspects identified after Wagoner County shooting (Homeowner w/AR15 stops 3 thieves)

    03/29/2017 6:12:46 AM PDT · by DCBryan1 · 74 replies
    Fox23 ^ | Updated: Mar 28, 2017 - 10:33 PM | cnn staff
    hree teens are dead after an alleged home invasion attempt reportedly ended in a shooting Monday. It happened near 91st and 241st East Avenue in the Wagoner County part of Broken Arrow. According to officials with the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, three masked people broke into the house through the back door with the intent of burglarizing the home. Officials say the homeowner's young adult son killed all three with an AR-15. Though they initially believed the son was 19, they now say he was 23-year-old Zach Peters. The homeowner was also home, but officials say he was not involved....
  • Undocumented mother of 12 aided by Mexican government to fight deportation

    03/26/2017 4:15:34 AM PDT · by Pinkbell · 90 replies
    ABC KVUE ^ | March 25, 2017 | Oscar Margain
    EDINBURG, TX - An undocumented mother of 12 is fighting deportation and she’s getting help from the Mexican Consulate in McAllen, Texas. She’s one of hundreds across the country targeted in renewed federal efforts to crack down on criminal aliens. Norma Roman tries to keep herself and her children busy. The mother, whose kids were all born in the U.S., helps her kids with their homework to take their minds off a grim reality: the possible separation from their mother. She says she’s placing her faith in god and in her attorney. She currently has an "order of removal" by...
  • Tattoo Removal Business Booming As Fears Of Deportation Mount

    03/20/2017 8:16:38 PM PDT · by TigerClaws · 54 replies
    SAN PABLO (KPIX 5) — An East Bay tattoo removal clinic says they’ve treated a record number of clients since the election. Some in the Latino community worry ICE agents will use their tattoos as an excuse to stop them and check immigration status. The number of customers has doubled. Typically, people go in to remove an ex-lover’s name or get rid of tattoos for job interviews. But the fear of deportation is a new reason. “A lot of people don’t want to be a moving target or even seen as a target,” says Nora Ruiz of the San Pablo...
  • 30 countries refusing to take back illegal alien criminals

    03/19/2017 8:25:33 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 55 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 03/19/2017 | Rick Moran
    Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar says that 30 countries are refusing to take deported criminal illegal aliens back and he wants the US government to force their cooperation. A law is already on the books, Cuellar noted in an interview with Sheryl Attkisson, that the US could stop issuing visas to citzens of those countries until they changed their policy. Daily Caller: “We’re not enforcing it, which is amazing. So now my intent is to go back to our committee on appropriations and affect their funding until they do that,” Cuellar told Sharyl Attkisson, host of Full Measure, in an...
  • 30 Countries Are Refusing To Take Back Illegal Immigrants Convicted Of Serious Crimes

    03/19/2017 3:23:50 PM PDT · by Freedom56v2 · 69 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 3.18.2017 | Russ Read
    Approximately 30 countries are refusing to accept the deportations of illegal immigrants who have committed serious crimes in the U.S., according to Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar. While these countries are refusing to accept the deportations of these criminals, the U.S. government is still issuing visas and student visas to citizens of those countries, according to the Texan congressman. There is already a law on the books which allows the U.S. to hold visas from a country that is not taking back its criminals, but according to Cuellar, the U.S. is not enforcing it. “We’re not enforcing it, which is amazing....
  • Philadelphia's Largest Cinco de Mayo Celebration Canceled in Fear of Immigration Crackdown

    03/18/2017 7:40:39 AM PDT · by Kid Shelleen · 84 replies
    NBC News(Philadelphia) ^ | 03/17/2017 | Brian X. McCrone and Rita Portela
    One of Philadelphia’s most prominent Latin American events, El Carnaval de Puebla, has been canceled this year because of what one organizer called “the severe conditions affecting the immigrant community.” The annual parade through South Philadelphia has taken place in late April or early May for the last decade and is the city’s largest Cinco de Mayo celebration. Organizer Edgar Ramirez said as many as 15,000 gather from as far as New England and Chicago.