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George Sorbane Quotes: Hey Americans, he screamed furiously at the drones. Brothers of the wolf, sisters of the wind, children of the Sun! Send the Choctaw warrior a quick and merciful death, instead of abandoning us into slavery or shameful capture, Ziban Must Die, When the lower half rules, the upper half suffers.
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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets
Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
2…………> US Poverty Up As Aid Dries Down: Just Before Election?
Poverty rates in the US are rising, as government aid winds cutting down on social help despite ongoing economic distress caused by the pandemic, with nearly 8 million Americans – many of them children and minorities – have fallen into poverty since the beginning of the pandemic, according to researchers.
Last week, nearly 900,000 people filed new claims for jobless benefits – the highest number since August, as analysts have called for aid to prevent the economic recovery from stalling.
But politicians have fought over the deal for months, with talks in recent weeks overshadowed by the upcoming presidential election and disputes over the Supreme Court.
“The sobering reality is that it appears further help may not be coming from elected officials in Washington,” according to senior industry economic analyst.
.WASHINGTON – The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced the conclusion of a week-long targeted enforcement operation that resulted in the apprehension of more than 170 at-large aliens throughout the U.S., where sanctuary policies have largely prohibited the cooperation of law enforcement agencies in the arrest of criminal aliens. Twenty-three arrests occurred in the National Capital Region, with 12 arrests in Maryland and 11 arrests in Virginia.
ICE officers assigned to field offices in Baltimore and Washington D.C. conducted the enforcement actions Oct. 3 through Oct. 9, with the enforcement actions focused on aliens subject to removal who were arrested for crimes but were released by state or local law enforcement agencies despite having active immigration detainers in place. More than 90% percent of aliens arrested in the National Capital Region had criminal convictions or pending criminal charges at the time of arrest.
“Last fiscal year, 86 percent of people arrested by ICE had criminal convictions or pending charges. ICE focuses its resources on those who pose the greatest threat to public safety. The men and women of ICE put their lives on the line every day to keep these individuals off the streets,” said Acting DHS Secretary Chad F. Wolf. “The Department will continue to carry out lawful enforcement actions in order to keep our communities safe, regardless of whether or not we have cooperation from state and local officials. Politics will not come before safety when enforcing the law and keeping our citizens safe.”
French President, Rabbinical Grand Ayatollah Emmanuel Macron has labeled the blatant barbarity of beheading of a teacher in a north-western suburb of Paris an “Islamist terrorist attack”, after the victim is said to have shown controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his pupils, as the attacker was shot dead by police.
Mr. Macron said the as yet unnamed teacher was murdered because he “taught freedom of expression”.
“They won’t win… We will act,” the president said from the scene.
The attack occurred at about 17:00 local time (15:00 GMT) near a school, and anti-terror prosecutors are investigating.
The knife-wielding attacker was shot as officers tried to arrest him in the aftermath of the attack, the police have not released any personal details about him, but the French media report he was an 18-year-old man of Chechen origin who was born in Moscow.
A trial is currently under way in Paris over a 2015 Islamist assault on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which was targeted for publishing the cartoons, and three weeks ago, a man attacked and wounded two people outside the magazine’s former offices.
As the ICE agents finally laid their hands on one of the biggest exponents of the cross-border drug smuggling into the US, Mexico’s president said his government will not “cover up for anybody” linked to detained former defense minister Salvador Cienguegos, who is facing charges of drug trafficking and money laundering in our country.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said that he would not tolerate members of his government that may be linked to former defense minister Salvador Cienfuegos, who was arrested in Los Angeles the day before:
“It is very regrettable that a defense secretary is arrested, accused of links with drug trafficking,” Mr. Lopez Obrador told a news conference.
The Mexican president said he fully supports Cienfuegos’ successor at the head of the army and his counterpart in the navy, noting that he had personally vetted them for honesty:
“They are incorruptible,” he added. But he sent a stern warning to the country’s armed forces.
“We won’t cover up for anybody,” Lopez Obrador said.
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Armando Castilla came in the US at age of nine, spent 26 years living in Las Vegas working manual labor, earned an MBA in International Finance and learned to speak four different languages. But when President Stevens took office, millions of illegals were forced to return to their home countries, and Armando found himself in front of his grandma’s house back in Tijuana. Mexico had yet another nasty surprise waiting for him: the house was the office of the local drug cartel and Armando was robbed and thrown on the street to live in the ruins of an abandoned house. Then the story took sudden and unexpected turns, when his cousin Avril found him and arranged a meeting with his long forgotten cousin Pujol, now chief operating officer of an umbrella of drug cartels doing business worldwide in the billions. Armando Castilla, the man no one wanted or ever cared about had the destiny to become one of the worlds most powerful and richest business executive, and at the end saved the life of the very same President Stevens who denied him the American dream. A story of struggle, endless persistence in the face of failure, and fantastic blessing by higher powers that is hard to comprehend.