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Upstate NY Police Union Tells Officers To Steer Clear Of NYC After Police Reform

An upstate New York police union told officers Thursday to avoid law enforcement activities in New York City after recent policing reforms. The Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester (APA), which presides over the seventh most populous county in the Empire State, urged officers to enforcing the law in  New York City. The advice was a response to Democratic New York ...

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FBI Tore Apart NY Times Report On Trump-Russia Contacts In Newly Declassified Memo

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The Senate Judiciary Committee released a newly declassified FBI document Friday showing that a New York Times report about contacts between Trump associates and Russian intelligence was riddled with errors.  Peter Strzok, who served as FBI deputy chief of counterintelligence, spotted 14 errors in the Times story, published on Feb. 14, 2017.  Strzok also critiqued Christopher Steele, saying that the ...

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‘An Epidemic’: Trump Campaign Condemns Anti-Catholic Crimes

President Donald Trump’s campaign condemned the onslaught of anti-Catholic crimes occurring throughout the United States in a Friday statement to the Daily Caller News Foundation, accusing “radical leftists” of attempting to destroy the “moral fabric of our nation.” “The rise in violence against houses of worship, religious symbols, and sacred spaces is quickly becoming an epidemic across the country led ...

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AG Barr Lashes Out At ‘Double Standard’ In How Big Tech Treats US Versus The Chinese Communist Party

Attorney General Bill Barr lambasted Apple Thursday, suggesting the iPhone maker’s business ties in China reveal a double standard in how tech companies treat U.S. officials versus the Chinese Communist Party. China’s goal is to “raid” the United States and bilk American businesses, Barr said during a speech in Michigan. He also suggested there could be serious repercussions for Silicon Valley companies ...

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Highly Potent Opioid Seized by CBP Officers in Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky—On July 10, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers in Louisville intercepted a shipment containing the dangerous narcotic, Acrylfentanyl. The shipment, originating from Ocotepec, Mexico and en route to a residence in Chicago, was manifested as Handmade Wooden Picture Gifts and weighed 52 lbs. Upon examination, two large religious artwork pieces were observed.  The pieces were x-rayed and ...

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Pandemic Triggered Massive Decline In US Prison Population: Report

More than 100,000 state and federal prisoners were released from custody between March and June as the coronavirus spread nationwide, according to analysis from a criminal justice organization. The overall U.S. prison population declined by 8% over the course of those four months compared to the 2.2% decrease that occurred in the entirety of 2019, according to data compiled by ...

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Felon released with active immigration detainer, arrested on assault charges after release

DENVER — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE), Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) filed a detainer July 14 with the Arapahoe County Jail on a convicted felon accused of assaulting a woman on the High Line Canal Trail in Aurora, Colorado. Unlawfully present Guatemalan national, Julio Andres Gonzalez-Palacios, 23, was arrested for assault and burglary July 9 by the Denver ...

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Health Professionals Advocate For School Reopening Despite Coronavirus Pandemic

Health professionals nationwide released statements in a Tea Party Patriots Action Second Opinion Project email on Thursday that they believe schools should reopen and that it is the safest option for kids. The consensus among the physicians, that kids would benefit academically, socially, and health-wise from schools reopening this fall, echoes a statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) ...

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Barr Says Hollywood ‘Kowtowing’ To China, Warns US Executives Against Acting As Chinese Foreign Agents

Attorney General William Barr said Thursday the Chinese government has achieved a “massive propaganda coup” by shaping the content coming out of Hollywood, while warning U.S. business executives against acting as agents of the communist regime in possible violation of foreign lobbying laws. Speaking at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, Barr offered a sober assessment of China’s efforts to ...

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Planned Parenthood Six-Figure Ad Buy Targets Susan Collins For Supporting Kavanaugh

Planned Parenthood will  Republican Main Sen. Susan Collins with a six-figure media buy highlighting Collins’ support for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, according to the Hill. The nation’s largest abortion provider launched the ad campaign against Collins Thursday with an ad that criticizes the senator’s support for Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court in light of his dissenting vote on ...

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35 Illegal Aliens and 8 Smugglers Captured on Texas Border

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DEL RIO, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents, in collaboration with local and federal law enforcement partners, foiled six smuggling attempts throughout Del Rio Sector, July 13. “Smugglers are a danger to our communities,” said Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Austin L. Skero II. “Through coordination with our law enforcement partners, we work continuously to protect this great nation, ...

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GOP Caps Attendance For Convention Over Coronavirus Concerns

The Republican National Committee announced Thursday morning that it would restrict attendance for the party’s convention next month in Jacksonville, Florida. The announcement comes a day after the RNC announced that they would move the convention outdoors due to growing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, The Hill reported. The decision comes as positive cases are skyrocketing across the state, according ...

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