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““This isn’t going back. I spoke to President Trump about this, and he agrees that this isn’t going back.”
“This is about providing states the opportunity to protect those states rights,” Gardner said.”
“”They were able to shoot this suspect and put an end to this very dangerous situation,” Mathews said, adding that the men — Carlos Nazario, 35, and Bryan Wittle, 39 — did not know each other.”
“Dick’s Sporting Goods, which announced in February it would no longer sell rifles to anyone under the age of 21, hired three Beltway lobbyists to lobby Congress for gun control, according to federal records reviewed by The Federalist.”
First described in government documents obtained by Reuters in 2013, parallel construction is when law enforcement originally obtains evidence through a secret surveillance program, then tries to seek it out again, via normal procedure. In essence, law enforcement creates a parallel, alternative story for how it found information. That way, it can hide surveillance techniques from public scrutiny and would-be criminals.
Recently, PragerU filed a lawsuit against video giant YouTube for its systematic censorship of their videos. YouTube has chosen repeatedly to restrict over 30 PragerU videos for violating their “Community Guidelines.” Those guidelines are meant to protect users against viewing sexual, violent or graphic content. If you’ve seen any PragerU videos, you know that they contain nothing even remotely close to any of these categories.
Google/YouTube has freely admitted that the videos were reviewed by humans – not an algorithm – and they determined the videos were “not appropriate for a younger audience.” Think about the millions of actually inappropriate videos on YouTube and then ask yourself, why is our content restricted?
Unfortunately, the answer is all too obvious. YouTube has restricted PragerU videos for one reason only: ideological discrimination.
Can you imagine if the left owned the internet the way it owns our universities?
But the critics of cash have been met by their own critics, who argue that electronic payments can disenfranchise poor people who lack easy access to bank accounts and the internet and can make it much easier for governments and corporations to monitor a person’s every step.
“The president is the commander-in-chief and America’s sole organ when it comes to conducting foreign policy. Article II of the Constitution does not vest this authority in bureaucrats in the State Department,” he told the Free Beacon.
“The State Department must permit Americans born in Jerusalem to list ‘Jerusalem, Israel’ on their passports and must follow the logical implications of this historic recognition in other policy areas,” he added.