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Integration Of Foreigners In Sweden ‘Failed’, Could Sway Country’s Political System

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Voters in Sweden will hit the polls Sunday to elect a new Parliament, and following a similar trend present in other European countries, immigration is driving the political agenda and is the force behind the rising popularity of the right-leaning Sweden Democrats (SD) party.

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FBI Records Reveal Strzok Authored Draft of Comey Letter About Clinton Emails on Weiner Laptop

Watchdog group Judicial Watch on Wednesday announced it received new FBI records which revealed that recently fired FBI agent Peter Strzok crafted the initial draft of the letter James Comey sent to Congress notifying lawmakers of the discovery of Hillary Clinton emails had been found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop. Another email discovered by Judicial Watch suggests the FBI had not completed ...

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26 Protesters Interrupt Brett Kavanaugh Hearing in First 30 Minutes

Obnoxious protesters erupted during 26 times the first 30 minutes of the Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Brett Kavanaugh before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. As originally reported by Breitbart, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa.) during his opening remarks said that over 70 protesters in the audience were arrested on Tuesday, but allowed that the protestors had a right to ...

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Watch: Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court Confirmation hearings – Day 2

Judge Brett Kavanaugh will appear before the Senate Judicial Committee Wednesday for a second day of planned hearings on his confirmation as the next justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. Day one was filled with Democrat Senators acting like #resist protestors making ridiculous motions, raising illogical objections on a process that has gone the same way for decades and raising ...

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Two Illegal Aliens Arrested in Massive Counterfeit Bank Card Scam in St. Louis

Two illegal aliens were arrested on August 28 in an immense counterfeit bank card scheme in St. Louis County. The United States Attorney’s Office has sought detention of Madalin and Solomes as it appears neither is legally in the United States. According to the Department of Justice, Mrejucia Madalin was traveling under a counterfeit Belgian passport in the name of another.  Laszlo Solomes ...

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Officers Intercept $4.8 Million in Narcotics in One Day at the Texas Border

Laredo, Texas – Officers from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the Laredo Port of Entry recently seized over $4.8 million in narcotics in three separate enforcement actions according to a recent press release.  “The Laredo Port of Entry faced a difficult and busy day as our CBP officers demonstrated the highest standard of vigilance by disrupting the flow ...

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Democrat Senators begin Kavanaugh hearing with organized protest

Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) acknowledged Tuesday that he and his fellow Democrats orchestrated the slew of motions they issued at the start of the hearing to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Democrat Senators issued objections on document vetting, assertions of executive privilege on some documents, the number of documents and just about anything and everything imaginable. They also ...

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Watch: Confirmation hearing for Brett Kavanaugh – Day 1

Judge Brett Kavanaugh will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday morning to answer questions on the road to his confirmation as the next U.S. Supreme Court justice. With over 300 opinions authored as a D.C. circuit judge, Kavanaugh’s record is the most substantial of any nominee in recent history. The hearing is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. ET. ...

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