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California’s Privacy Law Makes it Easy for Thieves to Steal Personal Data

California’s privacy law giving customers the right to their personal data is based on a European law that inadvertently lets hackers gain widespread access to people’s credit card numbers and home addresses. The California Consumer Privacy Act went into effect Jan. 1 and effectively gives citizens the ability to obtain and delete whatever data companies have on them. It’s also ...

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Ilhan Omar Says ‘We Must Stop Detaining’ Illegal Immigrants

Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar on Thursday called for the U.S. government to cease detaining illegal immigrants. Omar tweeted an ABC News story about a tiny Georgia town having more detained illegal immigrants than residents. Her takeaway: America shouldn’t be detaining those who cross the border illegally. “This should never be the case,” she wrote. “The cruelty of our immigration ...

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Lev Parnas’s Comments To New York Times Conflict With CNN Report About ‘Secret Mission’ For Trump

Lev Parnas’s comments to The New York Times on Wednesday appear to conflict with what CNN reported about the Soviet-born businessman back in November.  Parnas told the Times that he did not speak directly with President Trump about his Ukraine-related efforts. Instead, Parnas worked closely with Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. CNN reported on Nov. 16 that associates of Parnas’s said ...

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29 criminal aliens released by Franklin County Sheriff’s Office in recent weeks

COLUMBUS, OH — The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio has released 29 criminal aliens and immigration violators since November 2019, despite written detainer requests filed with them by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). “When dangerous criminal aliens are released into the community, public safety is needlessly put at risk because of the individual’s propensity to re-offend,” said Rebecca ...

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Border Patrol Apprehends 75 Illegal Aliens and Seize a Large Amount of Narcotics

LAREDO, Texas – Laredo Sector Border Patrol agents assigned to the Freer Station apprehended a large number of illegal aliens and seized a sizable amount of marijuana southwest of Freer, Texas. In the early morning hours of January 15, agents observed a tractor-trailer turn off U.S. Highway 59 on to Farm-to-Market Road 2050 several miles southwest of Freer, Texas.  When ...

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Suspected Neo-Nazi Arrested For Threatening Violence At Gun Rally Was Illegal Immigrant From Canada

One man the FBI arrested for his alleged involvement in a white supremacist hate group is a Canadian national living illegally in the U.S. Authorities took three men — who are suspected of belonging to a neo-Nazi organization known as The Base — into custody Thursday morning, The New York Times reported. The men reportedly had weapons in their possession ...

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GOP Lawmakers Press Spy Court For Answers About Ex-DOJ Official Picked To Monitor FBI Reforms

Two leading Republican lawmakers pressed the judge presiding over the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) on Thursday to explain his choice of former Justice Department official David Kris to monitor the FBI’s proposed reforms in response to an inspector general’s report regarding surveillance of a Trump campaign adviser. “If the FISC’s goal is to hold the FBI accountable for its ...

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Chuck Schumer Votes No On USMCA Because It Doesn’t Address Climate Change

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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer voted against the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) Thursday, citing concerns that the trade deal doesn’t adequately address global warming. “Despite the fact that it contains very good labor provisions, I am voting against USMCA because it doesn’t address climate change, the greatest threat facing the planet,” the New York senator said in a press statement ...

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Muslim Refugee Journalist Challenges Ilhan Omar’s Congressional Seat: ‘She Does Not Speak For Me’

A Muslim refugee and journalist is challenging Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar as a Republican, saying the Minnesota representative “divides” the United States. Dalia al-Aqidi promises unity rather than division as she announced her campaign Thursday. The journalist, who has formerly been shadow-banned from Twitter after criticizing Omar, fled with her mother from Iraq as a child, just as Omar ...

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Another Caravan Is Headed For The US Border, But DHS Says It’s Ready

Hundreds of Central Americans are headed toward the United States, but the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says the border programs it has put in place, along with international cooperation, will keep the migrants at bay. A caravan of hundreds of migrants formed near San Pedro Sula, Honduras on Wednesday and began traveling toward the Guatemalan border, the first international ...

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Dark Money Group Linked To Ocasio-Cortez To Spend $500,000 Attacking Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg

A dark money group with ties to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez announced Tuesday it will spend over $500,000 on digital ads attacking former Vice President Joe Biden and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Ocasio-Cortez has in the past called dark money the “enemy to democracy,” saying groups that use it do so to “manipulate electorates” and silence grassroots candidates. ...

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Supreme Court Turns To Internet Meme For Help In Age Bias Case

Though few institutions in public life are as removed from internet meme culture as the U.S. Supreme Court, a cutting rejoinder popular in social media made an appearance during a Wednesday case about an age discrimination statute. Chief Justice John Roberts wondered if the phrase “OK, boomer,” popular among young people as a dig at Baby Boomers, might be enough ...

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WaPo, NYT Aiding China’s Global Propaganda Efforts, Watchdog Warns

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America’s leading newspapers are aiding China’s communist regime by running the oppressive regime’s propaganda, respected watchdog organization Freedom House warns in a new report. The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and New York Times have all run paid supplements from China Daily, the Chinese government’s state media arm. The paid supplements, dubbed “China Watch,” are designed to look like real ...

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