Media Censorship Protects Human Trafficking

I just got a letter from Sen. Patty Murray applauding me for my support of IMMEDIATELY reuniting ALL the separated families of the recent wave of illegal aliens. Of course, I never wrote such a letter, I wrote a letter supporting border security enforcement. One reason elected officials like Patty Murray can lie to people […]

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Separating Families: A Routine Prison Practice In Washington State

The big fake news is that the Trump Administration policy of separating chidreln from their mothers (although it is believes a majority are human traffickers smuggling the children). Of course, fathers do not count. This has been widely condemned, including by the United Nations, and now condemned by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General […]

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NYT: Promoting Fake Genetics To Atomize a People

[summary] Hess, Amanda “Arts: Critic’s Notebook: A DNA Reveal: It’s Racial; Sharing Test Results Publicly On Videos Leads to Frank Discussions; Showing the World What You Are Made Of Genetically — And Then Some”, in New York Times, May 7, 2018. pp. C1. C4. Nervous White Supremacists get DNA testing (like 23andme.com) to prove they […]

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NYT: Fake News, Gaza

[summary] “Pompeo Supports Israelis On Gaza”, in New York Times, May 1, 2018. p. A25. In Jordan, when asked by Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, Pompeo expressed support for the Israeli response to protests inside Gaza along the border fence. The New York Times states the total number of Palestinian casualties in Gaza [March For […]

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How Many March For Our Lives Protests? 600 or 800? And When Was the Count made?

Here are two documents from today’s Anti-Bill of Rights March:  The first is from the Democratic National Committee. It counts 800 protests by 4:43 am EST, that is, their count was completed approx. 5 hours before the first protests began on the East Coast. (Press Release: Democratic National Committee and Gabby Giffords at March 24, 2018 […]

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