Rails Against Illegal Immigration
At a round-table event in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia -- slated to discuss tax reform -- Trump instead started his discussion with a focus on the border and illegal immigration. Remember my opening remarks at Trump Tower when I openedeverybody said oh, he was so tough. I used the word rape, Trump said, referring to his controversial comment at the start of the presidential campaign when he said rapists were coming across the U.S.-Mexico border illegally. Fox
VOA VIEW: Illegal immigration has to rule zero tolerance.
McGregor Attacks Bus Full Of UFC Fighters
Conor McGregors future may be in jeopardy after a video was released showing him attacking a bus full of several UFC fighters in New York. Its possible the star may be arrested for his involvement in the melee that left one UFC contender cut and bloodied. TMZ first reported the news along with the harrowing video filmed from inside the bus. In it, McGregor can be seen running in front of the vehicle just after glass shattered from the side he was on. Fox
Says He Didn't Know About Stormy Daniels Payment
President Donald Trump said on Thursday he did not know about a $130,000 payment made to the adult film actress Stormy Daniels for her silence, his first public acknowledgment of the scandal surrounding an alleged sexual affair that has plagued him for months. "No," a terse Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One when questioned about his knowledge of the payment, which was made by his private attorney Michael Cohen in the month before the 2016 election. CNN
VOA VIEW: Daniels is a liar looking for publicity and money.
On Bike Who Flipped Off Trump Motorcade, Sues Over Job Loss
What a difference a digit makes. In October, Juli Briskman, riding her bike on her own time, flipped the bird at President Trump's motorcade as it left Trump National Golf Course in Sterling, Va. And that single-fingered salute led to her losing her job. A photo of Briskman's passing opposition to the president went viral. Late-night host Stephen Colbert told his audience, "No one has summed up the mood of the country better. ... Long may she wave." After the image became well-known, Briskman identified her involvement to her employer, Akima LLC. The company forced the 50-year-old mother of two to resign, claiming she violated its social media policy. Now Briskman is suing Akima, alleging that when the government contractor forced her out it violated Virginia employment law. . USA Today
VOA VIEW: The woman is as dumb as USA Today.
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Magnitude 5.3 Earthquake Hit Los Angeles, California Today
A magnitude 5.3 earthquake struck off the coast of southern California today, the strongest one to hit the area in several years. The United States Geological Survey puts the earthquake epicenter 17 miles southwest of Santa Cruz Island off southern California. The earthquake struck today, on April 5th at 12:29 PM local time at a depth of 10 kilometers. Even though the earthquake struck off the coast of California, shaking was felt as far away as Bakersfield, Palmdale and the city of Orange over 100 miles away. The quake's epicenter was 85 miles west of Los Angeles and 41 miles southwest of Ventura. Forbes
Of Illinois Village Have 60 Days To Surrender Guns Or Face $1000 A Day
Residents of Deerfield, Illinois have 60 days to turn in their assault weapons or face fines of up to $1000 dollars a day. Earlier this week, the The Village Board of Trustees passed an ordinance which banned certain types of assault weapons and large capacity magazines, including the the Ruger 10/22, which can accept magazines that hold more than 10 rounds. Semi-automatic pistols that can hold more than 10 rounds have also been banned. Law enforcement and retired law enforcement members of the community are exempted from the ban. InfoWars
VOA VIEW: Unconstitutional and unenforceable.
Consultant Turned Ex-Fiancee Into Sex Slave
A GOP consultant who authorities said turned his ex-fiancée into his slave in training forcing her to be nude at all times and have sex on demand has been busted on domestic battery charges, according to a new report. Benjamin Sparks and the woman signed a five-page, 50 Shades of Grey-esque contract that made her his submissive slave and property, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. The 46-year-old woman, who was not identified, was also forced to kneel and look down whenever she was in Sparks presence, and wear a collar in private. NY Post
VOA VIEW: The report itself is liberal.
Mulled Replacing Sessions With EPA Chief This Week
President Trump considered replacing Attorney General Jeff Sessions with Scott Pruitt as recently as this week despite the EPA chiefs mounting ethical woes, a new report said Thursday. He was 100 percent still trying to protect Pruitt because Pruitt is his fill-in for Sessions, a source told CNN. The move under consideration revealed how deeply frustrated Trump remains with Sessions over his decision to recuse himself from the feds probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign. NY Post
VOA VIEW: Liberal propaganda.
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Faces Congress Next Week As Possibly Harvested Data Jumps to 87M Users
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg committed to appear before the House Energy and Commerce Committee next Wednesday, one stop on what is sure to be a testy congressional tour after lawmakers return from spring break. This hearing will be an important opportunity to shed light on critical consumer data privacy issues and help all Americans better understand what happens to their personal information online," Chairman Greg Walden (R-Ore.) and Ranking Member Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-N.J.) said in a joint statement announcing Zuckerberg's scheduled appearance. PJ Media
VOA VIEW: Facebook and other social media should be regulated.
Migrants Plan to Stay In Mexico As Caravan Stalls Far From U.S. Border
A caravan of about 1,200 Central American migrants making its way to the U.S. border has taken a break in a small hamlet in southern Mexico, with most of the group deciding to remain there, the Daily Mail reported on Wednesday. Only "a small handful of migrants with strong claims for asylum" will continue on to the border, according to reports. "We will wrap up our work in Mexico City," said Irineo Mujica, the head of the migrant advocacy group People Without Borders (Pueblo sin Fronteras). PJ Media
VOA VIEW: They did not want to confront President Trump.
Cant Even Hold A Classified National Security Council Meeting Without
Details Leaking To The Media
As much of the national security establishment pushes back against President Donald Trumps calls for a swift withdrawal from Syria, officials are again leaking details of the presidents classified meetings to the media. The president recently stated that the U.S. will be leaving Syria very soon, but the Pentagon, State Department, and CIA reportedly all support long-term involvement in Syria, with senior leadership expressing concerns about the ramifications of a hasty withdrawal from the war-torn country. reported. Daily Caller
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Senate Rebukes Trump Over Border Deployment Plans
Mexicos Senate issued a stern rebuke to U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday, urging its government to end cooperation with the United States on migration and security over Trumps plans to deploy the National Guard along their shared border. In a motion which passed the Senate floor unanimously, the lawmakers also condemned Trumps aggressive rhetoric toward Mexico, describing the presidents decision this week to send troops to the border as one more insult. t use of threats and blackmail, Laura Rojas, the head of the Senates foreign relations committee, said in support of the motion. Vallarta Daily
VOA VIEW: Only liberals care what Mexico's Senate does.
Wants To Send 2,000-4,000 National Guardsmen To The Border
President Donald Trump gave reporters additional details Thursday on his plan to send National Guardsmen to protect the southern border. POTUS said during the Air Force One flight back from West Virginia the administration is looking at sending anywhere from 2,000 to 4,000 guardsmen to the border. Well probably keep them or a large portion of them, until the construction is completed on the wall, he added. Daily Caller
Governors Say About Trump's National Guard Border Deployment
The governors of the border states of New Mexico, Texas and Arizona -- all Republicans -- expressed their support. But the office of the California governor, a Democrat, did not indicate to CNN whether the governor would back deploying guard troops. In announcing the plan Wednesday, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said the administration intended to work "in conjunction with" border state governors. The Trump administration has not approached the plan as a national effort, and said it has reached out only to governors from Southwest border states about deployment. CNN
VOA VIEW: Good news by the Governors.
'Prince Charming' Mohammed Bin Salman Comes To Hollywood
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was given a king's welcome in Hollywood this week. The conservative kingdom's plan to open up cinemas and Western entertainment after a 35-year ban had Hollywood's top executives jockeying to make deals with the billionaire crown prince. Mohammed bin Salman, or MBS as he's also known, dined at media mogul Rupert Murdoch's house along with studio heads and actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. In a Facebook post about the dinner, The Rock said he was humbled to discover he has so many young fans in Saudi Arabia. BBC
McCabes GoFundMe Campaign Was Run By Ex-Obama Officials K Street Firm
"Was this apparent grassroots effort actually a PR campaign put together by high-priced, well-connected, and experienced PR professionals in order to take advantage of the #Resistances seething anger at the Trump administration? A Monday report in Slate suggested as much. Law&Crime can now confirm that some of those allegations are true, while some of them appear to oversell the issues at hand. [ ] Melissa Schwartz is a crisis and communications consultant who currently works for The Bromwich Group. Gateway Pundit
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Publishes Insane WikiLeaks-Guccifer Conspiracy Theory, Inadvertently Proves
Buzzfeed is continuing to push the bizarre conspiracy theory that Guccifer 2.0 was behind WikiLeaks email leak from the Democratic National Committee but instead they just proved, yet again, that the shadowy figure was not the original source. The author was reporting on alleged leaked direct messages between an activist named Emma Best, who had been angling for Guccifer 2.0 to provide her with leaked documents, and someone using the WikiLeaks Twitter account. Gateway Pundit
Pelosi Vows Democrats Will Raise Taxes If They Take Back The House At A
Repeal The Trump Tax Town Hall
Nancy Pelosi and Ted Lieu appeared at a Culver City, California town hall as part of a Repeal the Trump Tax tour on Wednesday. The room full of liberal sheep frantically sent a barrage of social media messages to D.C. demanding a repeal of Trumps tax bill after Dem leaders urged them to join the rebellion against the GOP. Over 80 % of the benefits go to the top 1%. 86 million middle class families will see a tax increase while they advertise it as a middle class bill, Nancy Pelosi said to the group of liberal sheep. Gateway Pundit
VOA VIEW: Pelosi has lost her mind and Dems are going to get hurt bad in 2018 and 2020.
Money From Robert Mercer Was Used To Run Ads Promoting Ted Cruz And Attacking
A tax-exempt organization funded by Robert Mercer placed online ads that overtly endorsed Ted Cruz and directly attacked Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, possibly in violation of IRS rules governing social welfare organizations. Secure America Now is a 501(c)(4) organization that describes itself as the largest national security digital platform in the nation, dedicated to bringing critical security issues to the forefront of the American debate. Buzz Feed
Seeks Another $100B In Tariffs Against China
Trump said in a statement the further tariffs were being considered in light of Chinas unfair retaliation against earlier U.S. trade actions that included $50 billion of tariffs on Chinese goods. He added that the U.S. Trade Representative had determined that China has repeatedly engaged in practices to unfairly obtain Americas intellectual property. Trumps after-market-hours comments spurred a sharp sell-off in U.S. equity futures markets. Reuters
VOA VIEW: Good - America First.
News (Yes, Fox News) Just Exposed Scott Pruitt As The Ultimate Swamp Creature
Scott Pruitt has raced to frontrunner status in our favorite new reality show, America's Next Top Swampmonster. Like others in President Trump's supposedly swamp-draining cabinet, the EPA administrator was known as a big fan of flying first-class at incredible taxpayer expense. In one instance, he flew top-shelf from Washington, D.C. to New Yorka four-hour drivefor a mere $1,600. But this week, we learned Pruitt had designs on being captain of this cabinet's Blue Angels, as EPA explored leasing a private jet for Pruitt on a monthly basis. It would have cost a mere $100,000 in taxpayer cash each month, according to The Washington Post, and so was abandoned. Esquire
VOA VIEW: Pruitt may be pushing himself out the door - if the expenses are true.
Going To Be Another Busy, Above Average Hurricane Season
After a nightmarish 2017 hurricane season featuring monsters such as Harvey, Irma and Maria, many in the U.S. are hoping for a quieter year. A top forecasting group says that won't be the case. Meteorologist Phil Klotzbach and other experts from Colorado State University regarded as the nation's top seasonal hurricane forecasters predict 14 named tropical storms, of which seven will become hurricanes. Both numbers are above the average of 12 and six, respectively. A tropical storm becomes a hurricane when its wind speed reaches 74 mph. USA Today
Are We Just Finding Out Now That All Two Billion Facebook Users May Have
Facebook kept the privacy headlines going yesterday when it acknowledged that malicious actors have also abused [the platform] to scrape public profile information given the scale and sophistication of the activity weve seen, we believe most people on Facebook could have had their public profile scraped in this way, while Zuckerberg himself offered that I would assume if you had that setting turned on that someone at some point has access to your public information in some way. Forbes
Breach At Service Provider Hits Thousands Of Sears, Delta Customers
A data breach at a customer services provider with a name that looks like a misprint, 7.ai, may have exposed the data of thousands of Sears department store and Delta Air Lines customers last fall, the companies disclosed this week. 7.ai refused Thursday to name other companies that could be involved, citing client confidentiality, or disclose how many total instances of breach occurred among all the companies who contract with it. That has left individual companies to make the disclosures. USA Today
Says Hell Take Very Serious Look At Amazons Business
President Donald Trump said he will take a very serious look at Amazon.com Inc. and what he said is an uneven playing field the retailer enjoys against competitors. Im going to study it and take a look, Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One on Thursday. Were going to take a very serious look at that. Trump aides said earlier in the week that the White House wasnt preparing punitive measures toward Amazon, but it wasnt immediately clear whether the presidents comments indicated a potential shift. Amazon was little changed in extended trading, dropping 0.1 percent to $1,451.75 at 5:43 p.m. in New York. Bloomberg
VOA VIEW: Amazon should be looked over.
Space Hotel' To Launch In 2021
Well-heeled space tourists will have a new orbital destination four years from now, if one company's plans come to fruition. That startup, called Orion Span, aims to loft its "Aurora Station" in late 2021 and begin accommodating guests in 2022. "We are launching the first-ever affordable luxury space hotel," said Orion Span founder and CEO Frank Bunger, who unveiled the Aurora Station idea today (April 5) at the Space 2.0 Summit in San Jose, California. Space.com
Epidemiologist Found Dead Weeks After Going Missing, Drowning Suspected
Officials said Cunningham's body was recovered Tuesday evening. Since his disappearance, Cunningham's friends, family and CDC co-workers had been questioned and a $10,000 reward offered. And yet many questions remain unanswered. Police do not know, for example, how Cunningham's body got onto the banks of the river. The area not far from Cunningham's home was inaccessible by walking, police said, noting they struggled to find a place to launch a boat to reach his remains. NPR
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Facebook is relying on Wikipedia to help users establish the credibility of news sources even though Wikipedia describes one of the major conservative publications, Breitbart, as misogynistic, xenophobic, and racist. At the same time, however, feminist site Jezebels entry does not contain a warning about the political nature of its articles. On April 2, Facebook expanded a feature to accompany news articles shared on its site. The new context feature, first released for beta-testing in October 2017, is designed to provide users with context about an articles source. News Busters
VOA VIEW: Lost, again.
Kimmel Drools Over Joe Kennedy: When Are You Going To Run For President?
We have a fresh reminder of the Kennedys irresponsibility, arrogance, entitlement and dishonesty. So why would the man touted by the media as Americas Conscience encourage one of that brood to run for president? Good question. On the April 4 episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the late night talk show host interviewed Congressman Joe Kennedy III (D-MA 4th district) in the most favorable way possible. News Busters
Police Shoot And Kill Unarmed Black Man, Mistaking Silver Pipe For Gun
Police have shot and killed another black man after mistaking an object he was holding for a gun but this time, they have evidence he was pointing it at civilians and police officers. Five New York City officers responded to multiple 911 calls on Wednesday that a man in Brooklyn was pointing a silver gun at people in the streets. Shortly before 5 pm, officers approached the man. According to New York City Police Chief Terence Monahan, the man took a two-handed shooting stance and pointed an object at the approaching officers, two of whom were in uniform. Four of the cops fired 10 rounds in response, killing the man. Vox
President To Trump: 'Nothing And No One Stands Above The Dignity Of Mexico'
President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico blasted President Donald Trump in a video message on Thursday, vowing that nothing and no one stands above the dignity of Mexico and adding that the U.S. presidents main gripes were Congresss problem, not Mexicos. If your recent statements are the result of frustration due to domestic policy issues, to your laws or to your Congress, it is to them that you should turn to, not to Mexicans, Peña Nieto said in the message, according to a translation provided by his office. The term-limited Peña Nietos decision to align himself with his countrys presidential candidates and lawmakers who have criticized Trump comes at a critical moment in U.S-Mexican relations. Politico
VOA VIEW: Mexico is good, but America must come first.
Police Release Video, 911 Transcripts After Fatal Shooting Of Black Man
Roughly one day after New York City police officers shot and killed a mentally ill black man the department has released video clips and transcripts of the 911 calls received in the moments leading up to the confrontation. The four officers had opened fire Wednesday afternoon on Saheed Vassell, 34, after mistaking a metal pipe in his hand for a firearm. In the video, pulled from security camera footage in Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood, Vassell appears to pull the pipe on several passersby, pointing it at them in gestures reminiscent of aiming a handgun. NPR
Brothers Who Killed Parents Reunited In Prison
The Menendez brothers, who were convicted of killing their parents in their Beverly Hills mansion nearly three decades ago, have been reunited in a Southern California prison. Erik Menendez, 47, has moved into the same housing unit as his 50-year-old brother, Lyle Menendez, Corrections department spokeswoman Terry Thornton said Thursday. The brothers are serving life sentences for fatally shooting their parents, Jose and Kitty Menendez, in 1989. Lyle Menendez was moved in February from Mule Creek State Prison in Northern California to San Diego's R.J. Donovan Correctional Facility, after his security classification was lowered. ABC
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Evidence Shows The Pulse Nightclub Shooting Wasn't About Anti-LGBTQ Hate
Its been nearly two years since the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, that killed 49 people widely believed to be an act of aggression against the clubs LGBTQ clientele and undeniably a homophobic hate crime. Theres now conclusive evidence that the shooter wasnt intending to target LGBTQ people at all. In fact, he allegedly had no idea Pulse was a gay club, and simply Googled Orlando nightclubs after finding that security at his original target, a major shopping and entertainment complex, was too high, as reported by ClickOrlando.com. Vox
Returns To Work After Alton Sterling's 2016 Killing
A Baton Rouge police officer returned to work Thursday for the first time since his partners fatal shooting of Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old black man whose death was caught on video and set off widespread protests nearly two years ago. Officer Howie Lake II returned to work with no restrictions, said Sgt. Don Coppola, a spokesman for the Baton Rouge Police Department. Police Chief Murphy Paul announced last Friday that he was suspending Lake for three days and firing Officer Blane Salamoni, who shot and killed Sterling during a struggle outside a convenience store in July 2016. AP
VOA VIEW: The fair thing to do.
Trade Deficit Rises To Near 9 1/2-Year High
The U.S. trade deficit increased to a near 9½-year high in February as both exports and imports rose to record highs, but the shortfall with China narrowed sharply. The Commerce Department said on Thursday the trade gap rose 1.6 percent to $57.6 billion. That was the highest level since October 2008 and followed a slightly downwardly revised $56.7 billion shortfall in January. The deficit has now risen for six straight months. CNBC
Will Navigate Uncharted Waters When Wrapping Russia Probe
This week, the public learned that the special counsels team told President Donald Trumps lawyers that the president remains under investigation but is not a criminal target, which was first reported by the Washington Post and multiple sources familiar with the conversations confirmed to ABC News. The Washington Post also reported that Muellers team is preparing a report about the presidents actions while in office and that the presidents allies think a second report detailing their findings on Russias interference could follow. ABC
VOA VIEW: Mueller is a publicity seeking idiot.
Repeats Voter Fraud Claim About California
At an event billed as a roundtable discussion about taxes in West Virginia, President Trump went off script Thursday afternoon, and notably repeated a claim about voter fraud that has repeatedly been proven false. "In many places, like California, the same person votes many times you've probably heard about that," Trump said. "They always like to say 'oh that's a conspiracy theory' not a conspiracy theory folks. Millions and millions of people." " NPR
Be Sorry', Russia Tells Britain At UN Nerve Agent Attack Meeting
It was the second showdown between Russia and Britain at the world body since the March 4 nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in an English town. Russia, which requested Thursdays council meeting, denies any involvement. The attack has had major diplomatic ramifications, with mass expulsions of Russian and Western diplomats. The 15-member Security Council first met over the issue on March 14 at Britains request. Reuters
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