1…………> USS Trump Fires On AMZ: 1st Salvo
President Trump has fired his first salvo at Amazon.com, its founder Jeff Bezos and his flagship “Fake News” incarnate, the Washington Post for being tax dodgers.
Donald J. Trump
I have stated my concerns with Amazon long before the Election. Unlike others, they pay little or no taxes to state & local governments, use our Postal System as their Delivery Boy (causing tremendous loss to the U.S.), and are putting many thousands of retailers out of business!
4:57 AM – Mar 29, 2018
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Last year the President tweeted: “Amazon is doing great damage to tax-paying retailers. Towns, cities and states throughout the U.S. are being hurt – many jobs being lost!”
2…………> Sanctuary Cities Road: Potholes & Nails
Only three days after Los Alamitos, California made national news by launching a city ordinance to defy California’s so-called sanctuary law, two Orange County supervisors plan to introduce measures that range from a county resolution similar in spirit to the ordinance passed in Los Alamitos, to filing a lawsuit against the state.
“We’re getting an outpouring of support from across the country and the nation. People are offering to help with legal costs for little Los Alamitos,” said Los Alamitos Mayor Troy Edgar, who said he has received more than 5,000 emails since the council’s 4-1 vote Monday night to exempt the city from a state law that protects immigrants living illegally in the country.
Orange County Board of Supervisors member Shawn Nelson will consider either joining a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit, which was filed against California earlier this month or to initiate separate legal action.
3…………> “Down With Jerry Brown”: Orange County
Orange County Supervisor Shawn Nelson Seeks to join USDOJ Litigation or initiate Separate Litigation against the State of California’s Sanctuary State Legislation SANTA ANA, CA— In response to Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steel’s request to adopt a resolution against California Statute SB 54, Supervisor Shawn Nelson is asking County Counsel to either join existing litigation filed by the United States Department of Justice or initiate a separate legal action.
4…………> ‘Willensnation’: “Viva Switzerland”
Out of Switzerland’s 26 cantons, 17 are German-speaking, while four are French and one Italian, 3 cantons are bilingual and one, Grisons, trilingual, with the majority of Swiss speak German as their first language. Yet people share multiple borders within, starting with geographic, cultural, linguistic, borders of the mind and culture, tastes and preferences, and despite all those attributes of almost every other country in the world that constantly fight bloody wars in and out, Switzerland’s cultural and political democracy functions perfectly, as it produces famous watches and delicious chocolates, stay away from trouble and continues to collect peoples money for safekeeping. Why? A nation of “will” to live together in peace and prosperity.
5…………> Trump’s ICE Broom: North Texas
ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers arrested 89 criminal aliens and immigration violators in North Texas and Oklahoma during a three-day enforcement action, all in the following Texas cities and towns:
Allen (1), Alvarado (2), Balch Springs (2), Cactus (3), Dallas (8), Denton (3), Dumas (1), Duncanville (1), Fort Worth (4), Friona (1), Garland (3), Gilmer (4), Greenville (3), Irving (1), Kilgore (1), Lewisville (2), Longview (1), Lubbock (15), Mt. Pleasant (1), Plano (3), Quitman (1), Rockwall (3) and Tyler (7). A total of 18 arrests were made in Oklahoma in the cities of Oklahoma City (10), El Reno (1), Norman (1), Stillwater (2) and Tulsa (3) and Woodward (1). Of the 89 arrested, 67 had criminal convictions; 88 men and one woman were arrested. They range in age from 19 to 60 years old.
Aliens arrested during this operation are from the following 10 countries: Mexico (59), Guatemala (12), Honduras (8), Colombia (3), Nigeria (2), El Salvador (1), Laos (1), Nicaragua (1), Pakistan (1) and Vietnam (1).
Most of the aliens targeted by ERO deportation officers during this operation had prior criminal histories that included convictions for the following crimes: aggravated assault family strong-arm, aggravated assault of a public servant, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, alien smuggling, assault causing bodily injury, assault causes bodily injury family violence, assault, child abuse, criminal mischief, dangerous drugs, discharge of a firearm, driving while intoxicated, fraud, illegal entry, indecent lewd acts with a child under 16, larceny, liquor violation, manufacture and distribution of a controlled substance, negligent homicide, possession of marijuana, possession of methamphetamines, possession of a controlled substance, racketeering, rape, robbery and making terroristic threats.
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