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Trump 'wants to END birthright citizenship before he leaves office': President could strip immigration rights from US-born babies as administration pushes bold policies in his final weeks 

 

President Trump is reportedly considering signing an executive order ending birthright citizenship before he leaves the Oval Office.

On Friday, various sources told The Hill that members of the Trump Administration have been discussing the issue with increasing frequency. They are hoping to push the President into taking action before Joe Biden is sworn in on January 20.

Under current law, all babies born in United States are automatically granted citizenship, regardless of whether or not their parents are American. An executive order signed by President Trump would likely put an end to such legal protections.

END birthright citizenship

Tags: Americans, Challenge, Change, Children, Cultural, Laws, Leaders, Overpopulation, Parental Burden

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21-Nov-2020


Monuments to Black lives have no value without justice and meaningful change 

 

It seems like performative activism is here to stay. America seems just fine with white people, corporations and other organizations simply saying "Black Lives Matter" and doing nothing more. In fact, in the months since I first said I was tired of performative bullshit, it's gotten worse. The COVID-19 pandemic is still raging, even though Americans have decided it's over. Jared Kushner thinks that Black people need to want to be successful to survive – and the presidential election has shown us that America's inherent racism is alive and well. We have a white supremacist majority in the Supreme Court that threatens to dismantle what's left of democracy, and a new justice with a highly-questionable résumé that a Black woman would be sent home immediately for even producing. And the response? Though it was nice to have people from all walks of life join us at protests, white folks still appear to be marching themselves into the abyss months later.

A few of us thought this moment might be different because we were hanging onto a thread of hope that white people might actually get themselves together and make real change. But alas, here we are … I'm still tired.

Monuments to Black lives have no value without justice and meaningful change

I agree with Ms. Dixon but how do we get ixnay to agree? Do we hand them gifts or gloves? 14-Nov-2020

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Anguish, Change, Choices, Crime, Cultural, Differences, Discrimination, Enforcement, Environment, Hate, Laws, Police, Violence, Writing, Youth

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14-Nov-2020


Family claim Louisiana boy, 15, found dead in a sugar cane field with his face mutilated was killed in hate crime after he was picked up by white mother and son - but police claim he drowned 

 

A Louisiana teenager has been found dead in a sugar cane field with a mutilated face three days after vanishing from his family home in what his parents say is a racial hate crime that the police are refusing to investigate properly.

Quawan's parents later found out that he had been picked up that day from his home by Janet Irvin and her 17-year-old son Gavin, who are white. Quawan's parents say they don't know the Irvins and do not know how he knew them. They never gave him permission to go with them.

Gavin told the family that Quawan left their trailer park home on his own on October 30 and didn't say where he was going. Janet has not spoken to his family.

Family claim Louisiana boy, 15, found dead in a sugar cane

Terrifying moment three gunmen charge at a homeowner in his New Orleans driveway, beat him up and hijack his pickup truck in broad daylight

Tags: Children, Crime, Family, Hate, Laws, Minors, Murder, Parental Burden, Racial Tension, Revenge, Terror, Theft, Threat, Thug, Violence, Youth

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14-Nov-2020


British mum sells her house to cover legal fees after losing custody of her child for supporting their transition 

 

The parents lost custody of their trans kids through rulings made by judges sitting at family courts, which in the UK handle a variety of cases that can determine the future of children. These include situations where there are parental disputes over the way children are brought up, when a local authority has intervened to protect children, custody proceedings as a result of divorce, determining financial support for children after their parents’ relationship ended, some domestic-violence issues and adoption cases.

British mum sells her house to cover legal fees after losing custody of her child for supporting their transition

This is the true picture behind the UK’s alarming rise in LGBT+ hate

Tags: Activism, Child Abuse, Children, Effect, Fighting Back, Hate, Inappropriate, Injury, Interference, Judgment, Laws, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Parental Crime, Persecution, Punishment, Quackery, Safety, Sex, Sex Identity, Stereotype, Surge, Threat, Violence, World

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13-Nov-2020


Face facts: ‘Black Lives Matter’ is all about hate 

 

Its agenda is plain for all to see: cop-killing.

With another two police officers shot at the Black Lives Matter riot in Louisville on Wednesday, it’s time to lift the veil on the whole movement: It’s a haven for unrepentant cop-killers.

Some people try to separate BLM “the organization” from “the movement” that goes by the same name, but at most they are two sides of the same coin. From the start, both the organization and the movement — BLM writ large — have been about hatred and violence that extends beyond police and includes all white people, all blacks who are conservative and the United States of America.

Black Lives Matter isn’t about black lives. It ignores the 8,000 to 9,000 black lives taken by other blacks every year in minority communities across the nation. Those black lives, and the lives of African American police officers, don’t matter.

The time has come to face the facts. If you ever supported Black Lives Matter, then you are either a left-wing radical — or you got duped. There is no shame in the latter. By design, the relentlessly repeated cry of “Black lives matter” is an unassailable moral truism, calculated to bully people into supporting a radical, revolutionary, anti-order movement.

Face facts: ‘Black Lives Matter’ is all about hate

Bronx dad who shielded kids in dealership shootout loses his jobs

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Americans, Backlash, Children, Contamination, Destruction, Employment, Environment, Guns, Hate, Laws, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Police, Protection, Rampage, Respect, Riots, Safety, Termination, Violence

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25-Sep-2020


Barbados civil unions referendum could see LGBT+ people killed 

 

The announcements this week came in a formal speech for the State Opening of Parliament in Barbados. The speech is the mechanism by which the government sets out its agenda.

The Queen’s representative, Governor General Dame Sandra Mason gave the speech. However, it is the government that writes it.

In it, Prime Minister Mia Mottley promised wide-ranging changes in Barbados. And she made headlines around the world by announcing the country will drop Queen Elizabeth as its head of state.

But hidden in it was an indication Barbados will drop another vestige of its colonial legacy – its ‘sodomy’ law.

The country rarely enforces the law against gay sex. But it is technically one of the most punitive in the world with a maximum sentence of life in imprisonment. Scrapping it will almost certainly be a pre-requisite for recognizing same-sex relationships.

Barbados civil unions referendum could see LGBT+ people killed

Gay Man Allegedly Knocked Out by Homophobic Uber Driver in Bashing

Queer woman driven to tears and forced to quit job after colleague slipped vile homophobic note into locker

Tags: Activism, Attack, Backlash, Car Service, Death, Employment, Fear, Gay, Homophobia, Laws, LGBTQ, Marriage Equality, Overreaction, Policy, Politics, Resignation, Safety, Service, Threat, Travel, Violence, World

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17-Sep-2020


TikTok admits to censoring some LGBTQ+ content on its platform 

 

The infamous social media app has admitted to blocking LGBTQ+ hashtags to correspond with laws in specific countries.
In a recent report from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, it was discovered that many LGBTQ+ hashtags and content were banned from countries like Russia, Jordan and Bosnia.

The report states that “Hashtags related to LGBTQ+ issues are suppressed on the platform in at least 8 languages.”

The hashtags include “GayArab”, “I am gay” in Russian, “Gay” in Estonian, “I am a lesbian” in Russian and “Transgender” in Arabic.

TikTok admits to censoring some LGBTQ+ content on its platform

Tags: App, Business, Censor, Cultural, Differences, Laws, LGBTQ, World

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12-Sep-2020


Bill to Strip Badges from ‘Bad Officers’ Fails to Pass in State Legislature 

 

A bill that would allow “bad officers” to be permanently stripped of their badges failed to pass the California Legislature on Monday as state lawmakers could not muster enough support to pass one of the year’s top policing reform bills.

The measure would have created a way to decertify officers found to have committed serious misconduct. The bill got a late boost from celebrity Kim Kardashian West, who tweeted that the measure is needed so officers are held accountable if they break the law.

But the bill could not overcome vehement objections from law enforcement organizations that the proposed system is biased and lacks basic due process protections. Five states currently have no way of decertifying poor police officers — California, Hawaii, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Bill to Strip Badges from ‘Bad Officers’ Fails to Pass in State Legislature

Tags: Fail, Laws, Police

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02-Sep-2020


Racist Verbal Attack on 3 Black Women at California Beach Caught on Video 

 

Three Black women say they were out for a morning run at Dockweiler State Beach in Playa Del Rey when they were subjected to a racist verbal attack.

Footage of a portion of the Sunday incident, which has gone viral, shows the woman in question on the phone in an attempt to get police on the scene.

"I need a paramedic," she's heard saying. "I need an ambulance. My environment has been harmed by this African Black person. … This African, Black lies!" The woman then claims that she was "just attacked" from behind, with the women heard swiftly correcting her.

Racist Verbal Attack on 3 Black Women at California Beach Caught on Video

Legal Aid’s obscene ‘racism’ charge against the Upper West Side

Hamptons brewery targeted with boycott over Black Lives Matter support

Rioters, looters could lose unemployment benefits under new bill

Cold-cocked judge becomes latest victim of senseless NYC violence

Elderly man seriously injured in attack on Manhattan subway

Brazen moment two young 'related' women get into vicious fight on jet bridge to Delta flight in NYC and delay takeoff by 40 minutes

Outrage as US Army lieutenant with 3 million followers on TikTok posts video joking about the Holocaust - prompting calls for dishonorable discharge

Horrifying moment man is knocked unconscious with a BRICK when an attacker runs up behind him in Baltimore

Tags: $, Alleged, Attack, Backlash, BLM, Business, Campaign, Cancellation, Charity, Community, Disruption, Environment, Etiquette, Fighting Back, Hate, Homeless, Injury, Laws, Misrepresentation, Police, Punishment, Racial Tension, Safety, Seniors, Social Media, Support, Travel, Unemployment, Verbal Attack, Video, Violence, War, Women In Charge, Youth

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31-Aug-2020


DC mayor tells diners they should call cops on abusive BLM protesters 

 

The mayor of Washington, DC, ripped militant Black Lives Matter protesters caught on camera abusing white diners — urging any victims to call the cops on them.

“What I saw in those videos was highly inappropriate,” DC Mayor Muriel Bowser said at a press conference Wednesday. “It was likely against the law if they were on private property.”

Viral videos showed the diners harassed if they refused to comply with the mob’s wishes and raise a fist in support of the movement.

One large group even shouted in the face of one woman who said she had marched with them for “weeks.”

DC mayor tells diners they should call cops on abusive BLM protesters

Tags: Chaos, Environment, Etiquette, Fucking The Planet, Health, Hostility, Interference, Invasion, Laws, Misrepresentation, Parental Crime, Safety, Youth

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27-Aug-2020


Protesters who camp on Tennessee state property could lose right to vote under new law 

 

Protesters in Tennessee who break certain laws during demonstrations will now face harsher penalties, including losing the right to vote.

Gov. Bill Lee signed into law on Thursday a bill that stiffens penalties for protesters. House Bill 8005, sponsored by Rep. William Lamberth, R-Portland, House Republican Majority Leader, went into effect immediately.

Camping on state property such as the Capitol was previously a misdemeanor. It will now be classified as a Class E felony punishable by one to six years in prison. Convicted felons also lose the right to vote and carry a gun.

The law also criminalized marking with chalk on a government building and introduced mandatory minimum jail sentences for certain crimes.

The legislation was promised by House leadership in early June when demonstrations against police brutality — and later against Lee and the General Assembly — began increasing in Nashville.

Protesters who camp on Tennessee state property could lose right to vote under new law

Tags: Activism, Crime, Laws, Leaders, Politics, Safety, Termination, Vandalism, Violence, Voting, Youth

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23-Aug-2020


Statue of Black Lives Matter protester Jen Reid removed in UK 

 

A statue of a Black Lives Matter protester in the UK was removed Thursday — just one day after it replaced a monument of 17th-century slave trader Edward Colston.

Video shows hardhats in Bristol carefully removing the statue of demonstrator Jen Reid with her fist in the air at around 5:20 a.m., the Guardian reported.

The black resin and steel piece — titled “A Surge of Power (Jen Reid) 2020” — was erected early Wednesday by London sculptor Marc Quinn.

It replaced a statue of Colston, which was torn down last month and tossed into the Avon River.

Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees said the city was going through an “incredibly delicate time.”

NY Post

Seeing ‘Black Lives Matter’ written in chalk, one Yakima County town declares it a crime

Miami Archdiocese urges police to investigate decapitation of Jesus statue as hate crime

Statue Of Jesus Vandalized At Catholic Church In Canada

African-American museum removes controversial chart linking 'whiteness' to self-reliance, decision-making

Three arrested after Black Lives Matter mural near Trump Tower defaced for 2nd time this week

Tags: Arrest, Art Deletion, Church, Complaint, Crime, Destruction, Hate, Laws, Misrepresentation, Racial Tension, Religion, Theft, Vandalism, Word Deletion, World

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18-Jul-2020


Double win at Supreme Court elates religious conservatives 

 

NEW YORK -- Conservative-leaning faith leaders and their allies, outspoken in recent years about what they consider infringements on religious liberties, cheered Wednesday as the Supreme Court issued a pair of rulings that protected certain rights of religious employers.

In Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru, the high court sided with two Catholic schools in finding that certain employees of religious schools, hospitals and social service centers can’t sue for employment discrimination. Critics fear the 7-2 ruling will embolden some religious organizations to fire or otherwise discriminate against LGBTQ employees.

And in Little Sisters of the Poor v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, also decided 7-2, the court upheld the Trump administration’s allowance for a broad religious or moral exemption from the Obama-era Affordable Care Act's requirement that employers provide free contraception. Opponents say the decision could leave more than 70,000 women without it.

ABC News

Tags: Activism, Cancellation, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Justice, Laws, No Punishment, Politics, Privilege, Religion, Safety, Survival, Threat

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11-Jul-2020


Five Guys employees were fired for refusing to serve police officers in Alabama, as tension mounts between service workers and law enforcement 

 

"Five Guys and the Daphne, AL franchise want to thank the Daphne Police Department for their support in working together toward a resolution," the post reads. "As we uphold our commitment to fair, respectful, and equal treatment for all customers, please know that the actions and sentiments of a few employees in Daphne, AL do not represent Five Guys or the local franchisee."

The Five Guys incident is the latest in a series of confrontations between restaurant workers and police officers in recent weeks amid nationwide protests against racism and police brutality in response to the killing of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

That same month, three police officers in Manhattan claimed they were deliberately poisoned by Shake Shack employees after they fell ill from ingesting a mysterious substance in their milkshakes.

Insider

In Parkland, one side of the street chanted ‘Black Lives Matter.’ The other, ‘U.S.A.’

Fired North Carolina Cop Claims Racial Comments Are Protected Under First Amendment

Blue and Black Lives Matter protesters clash at Brooklyn rally

MYSTIC INN RACIAL ATTACK SUSPECTS FACE ADDED HATE CRIME CHARGE ... Cops On The Hunt

Police arrest the convicted felon who allegedly sucker-punched a 12-year-old boy. The assault was caught on video.

An 86-year-old was sinking in debt and suffering hallucinations. Then he robbed a bank.

Utah protests erupt after 2 police officers cleared in suspect’s shooting death

Chicago man recently granted visitation accused of fatally beating his 23-month-old after he broke a fan: prosecutors

Man required facial surgery after brutal beatdown in Bronx cellphone robbery: police

Tags: $, All Rights, Arrest, Attack, Children, Civil War, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Free Speech, Hostility, Investigation, Laws, Mental Health, Murder, Police, Protest, Racial Tension, Racism, Respect, Restaurant, Revenge, Robbery, Seniors, Service, Surgery, Termination, Threat, Video, Youth

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11-Jul-2020


The woke 'circus': Charles Barkley torches sports leagues for caving to social justice mob 

 

Basketball legend Charles Barkley is speaking out about the sports world's decision to go woke.

As TheBlaze reported, for example, the NBA will allow players to display social justice messages on their jerseys once the season resumes later this month. Additionally, the phrase "Black Lives Matter" will be plastered on NBA courts.

Meanwhile, the NFL has said it was "wrong" to oppose national anthem protests.

Barkley explained that players should focus their energy on making real, lasting change — not on social justice messages and who is kneeling during the national anthem.

"We need police reform, we need prison reform," Barkley said.

In fact, the former basketball MVP said sports leagues may face backlash from fans who look to sports for a reprieve from the stress of life — not to be lectured about politics.

The Blaze

Jackie Lacey responds to being targeted by Black Live Matter

Majority of Packers fans say they won't go to games, but rest say they're ready for football

Joe Biden’s family racks up arrests for drugs, drunk driving — but no jail time

Tags: All Rights, Celebrity, Crime, Exclusivity, Family, Hate, Interview, Laws, No Punishment, Opinion, Police, Politics, Protest, Racial Tension, Sports, Video, Women In Charge

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11-Jul-2020




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