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Communist Universities Work To Discriminate Against White People In Police State USSA Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 22:49:24 Id: a95e70 [Preview] No. 10884 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
In keeping with the diversity and inclusion movement sweeping campuses across the country, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo recently released a 30-page report outlining plans to “improve diversity” via a series of initiatives.

One goal is to increase the number of people of color on campus beyond the increases that have already occurred over the past few years, as “applications from underrepresented minority students doubled between 2008 and 2018.”

“In 2011, the campus was 63 percent Caucasian,” the May 2 report informs readers, “in fall of 2017, it was less than 55 percent … but there is still much work to do.”

The public research institution states it wishes to get those numbers more in line with the state’s percentage of white people, which recent polls hold at 39.7 percent of the population.

“To further advance its goals of reflecting the demographics of California and creating a more diverse and inclusive campus community, Cal Poly administration has developed the following Diversity Action Initiatives document,” the report states.

In it, administration details a multi-year effort with dozens of intitiatives, including ones to further lower the percentage of white students on campus and increase the number of faculty of color.

For students, the school plans on recruiting applicants more heavily based on race. For instance, the school has recently implemented several new scholarships “aimed at recruiting more African-American and other underrepresented minorities.” It’s also working to recruit low-income and first-generation students by partnering with high schools that enroll a high percentage of these students, according to the report.

Cal Poly SLO has eliminated applicants’ ability to apply to the school in Early Decision since the process, according to the report, “disadvantaged low-income students.” All applicants, regardless of their level of interest in the school, are viewed in one big pool in regular decision admissions.

And the college announced its intention of forcibly increasing diversity in “traditionally male-dominated majors” such as STEM and Architecture and Environmental Design, according to the document.

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Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 22:50:01 Id: a95e70 [Preview] No.10885 del
It would be hard to describe how utterly useless some of these college courses are. For instance, there is one college in upstate New York that is offering a course entitled “The Sociology of Miley Cyrus: Race, Class, Gender and Media“.

Do you think that is going to prepare your child for the real world?

And here is a list of some other actual college courses that have been taught at U.S. colleges in recent years…

- “What If Harry Potter Is Real?”
- “Lady Gaga and the Sociology of Fame”
- “Philosophy And Star Trek”
- “Learning From YouTube”
- “How To Watch Television”
- “Oh, Look, a Chicken!”

Are you starting to get the picture?

No wonder so many students “graduate from college” but are still dumb as a rock.

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Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 22:53:16 Id: a95e70 [Preview] No.10886 del
OK, I get it.

This is obviously why the work environment caters to the older folks as pointed out here: >>>/news/10795

If I were an employer I'd be throwing out every resume that had a college degree too at this point. Universities are not only a racket, they are running a fraud!

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 23:21:53 Id: 60a359 [Preview] No.10888 del
Those courses. In order words:
-We're indoctrinating you to be crazy
-Worship celebrities like ancient Egyptian gods
-Dream of Commie utopia science fiction and delude yourself into thinking it will ever happen
-Swallow jewtube videos after the ADL has swept over the site
>Tried and true indoctrination. Give your daughters off to the based black man and encourage your sons to love cock
>And now we'll teach you how to be even more retarded

Reader 07/11/2018 (Wed) 04:01:00 Id: 60a359 [Preview] No.10889 del
In OTHER words. Goddamn. Being old is like being on drugs 24/7

Reader 07/11/2018 (Wed) 11:22:55 Id: 623138 [Preview] No.10890 del
Ironically it can be when being around the newer generations. Sometimes you don't know what to expect when having a conversation. I'm not bashing all the youth, I've met my fare share of normal kids but some of them are warped and backwards as hell and no amount of common sense will ever get through their thick skulls. I think those types are the ones who have gone to college. As an old fart I've sent many reports to my immediate family to encourage them NOT to send my grandson to college when he grows up, so they'll be looking at the trade school option. This may save my grandson's life some day.

After China Strikes Back, Trump Readies Tariffs On Another $200B in Chinese Goods Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 23:18:32 Id: a62da8 [Preview] No. 10887 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The Trump administration has readied a proposed list of $200 billion worth of imports from China that will be hit with 10 percent tariffs, escalating an already-tense trade war between the world‘s two largest economies.

Senior administration officials said that the U.S. Trade Representative’s office will release the list of goods subject to tariffs later Tuesday night. The move also comes after the U.S. last week imposed a 25 percent tariff on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods, prompting tit-for-tat retaliatory measures. China immediately began adding tariffs on 545 American imports — many of them agricultural products such as soybeans, cotton, rice, sorghum, beef, pork, dairy, nuts and produce.

Last month, President Donald Trump ordered trade officials to draw up a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods that would be hit with a 10 percent tariff after Beijing vowed the retaliatory moves.


Update: The US has released the list of $200 billion in Chinese products that could be subject to an additional 10% tariff, fulfilling President Trump's promises for further escalation of the burgeoning trade war between the US and China. Meanwhile, a senior US official reportedly told CNBC that China isn't seriously negotiating on trade, suggesting that the hoped-for negotiated settlement might not materialize - at least not anytime soon.

The tariffs, some which will impact goods from "Made in China 2025" sectors, a state-planned initiative to establish China as a leader in several key industries, including artificial intelligence and wireless technology. The tariffs will now begin a two-month review process, with two public comment sessions to be held in August. Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on as much as $500 billion in Chinese imports, which would cover roughly all of the Chinese-made products entering the US.


Just when you thought it was safe to BTFTrade War Dip, a headline hits to remind you that President Trump is anything but done with China.

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MIT Develops Spy Technology For Medical Industry & Government That Can Monitor People Behind Walls Reader 07/09/2018 (Mon) 13:00:00 Id: a2f915 [Preview] No. 10828 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A group of researchers and students at MIT have developed an intelligent radar-like technology that makes it possible to see through walls to track people as they move around, a development that could prove useful for monitoring the elderly or sick as well as for other applications — but that also raises privacy concerns.

Tests show that the technology, known as RF-Pose, can reveal whether someone is walking, sitting, standing or even waving — and can identify individuals from a known group with a success rate of 83 percent. Its developers say it could prove useful for law enforcement, search and rescue, and — perhaps most important — health care.

“We’ve seen that monitoring patients’ walking speed and ability to do basic activities on their own gives health care providers a window into their lives that they didn’t have before” Dina Katabi, a computer scientist at MIT and leader of the group, said in a statement.

She and her colleagues presented new research about the technology last month at a computer vision conference in Salt Lake City.

Katabi said doctors might use the technology to keep tabs on someone with Parkinson’s disease by watching for changes in gait that might indicate a looming problem. Or people might use it to monitor an elderly relative — for example, to receive an instant alert if he or she falls.

The technology, which uses artificial intelligence to interpret radio wave data, grows out of earlier work by the same group. Previous versions of the technology could detect a person’s silhouette behind a wall, but Katabi said this is the first time it’s been possible to closely track and identify people.

The heart of RF-Pose is a laptop-sized radio transmitter. The radio waves it beams out pass through walls but are reflected by human bodies because of their high water content. Computer algorithms analyze the reflected waves, homing in on the head, hands, feet and other key body parts to produce moving stick figures on a screen.

Katabi and her team trained RF-Pose by giving it photographs of people as well as the crude images created by the reflected radio waves.

Ginés Hidalgo, a research associate at the Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, told NBC News MACH in an email that it was of limited use at this point because the radio signals it uses are unable to pass through thick walls.

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Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 21:29:37 Id: fc19aa [Preview] No.10878 del
Damn sophisticated stuff. But it seems like Sonar can *detect* devices, not necessarily hack into them. I'd be a pretty low profile target at best anyway. If the feds are using this stuff on me they really are wasting away taxpayer money and time.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 21:34:34 Id: 2a5a4a [Preview] No.10879 del
"Google/Alexa/Siri sub&super human sonar me the data off this persons' microphones and speakers [inverse microphone]."

I'm sorry m8, we are already in hell.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 21:40:33 Id: fc19aa [Preview] No.10881 del
Well the one good thing is I don't have any of those digital "smart" devices like Alexia or Echo. I refuse to let that crap in my house because I know these things can and will be used to spy on us.

If the feds want to do this kind of stuff, fine, but I'm going to give them as much inconvenience as I possibly can. Perhaps I'll be using that magnesium paint for my walls soon - a double coat.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 21:48:46 Id: fdac3d [Preview] No.10882 del
Think like a criminal: "How do I get into your systems if I have no physical access?"
Phones, esp. dumb ones, are attackers' vector of choice.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 22:23:41 Id: fc19aa [Preview] No.10883 del
I think criminals would rather target something easier like hacking into a smartphone because there is so much information to steal that way. Compared to a dumb phone which you'd have to learn all about Sonar and hacking mics? I just see them getting much out of anything, maybe if they were real lucky and hacked it at the right time. If they hacked my old flip phone right now they'd hear a bunch of static or white noise, possibly a keyboard being poked way in the background. That doesn't seem like anything too special to me.

Good! High Level Banker Stripped Of Wealth, Sentenced To 14 Years Over Corruption Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 20:13:47 Id: aaf6be [Preview] No. 10865 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A former Main Line investment banker known as the "Godfather of payday lending" for preying on low-income borrowers was sentenced Friday to 14 years in federal prison and stripped of over $64 million in assets, reports philly.com.

Lawyers for 77-year-old Charles M. Hallinan argued that the prison term might as well be a "death sentence" given his age and declining health, however District Judge Eduardo Robreno gave no quarter as he rendered his verdict after a jury convicted him of 17 counts, including racketeering, international money laundering and fraud.

“It would be a miscarriage of justice to impose a sentence that would not reflect the seriousness of this case,” Robreno said. “The sentence here should send a message that criminal conduct like [this] will not pay.”

In all, government lawyers estimate, Hallinan’s dozens of companies made $492 million off an estimated 1.4 million low-income borrowers between 2007 and 2013, the period covered by the indictment.

Robreno’s forfeiture order will strip Hallinan of many of the fruits of that business, including his $1.8 million Villanova mansion, multiple bank accounts, and a small fleet of luxury cars, including a $142,000 2014 Bentley Flying Spur. In addition, the judge ordered Hallinan to pay a separate $2.5 million fine. -philly.com

When given the opportunity to address the court before his sentence was handed down, Hallinan remained silent.

Hallinan's case calls into question the legality of business tactics engaged in by predatory lenders across the country - such as Mariner Finance, a subsidiary of former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner's private equity firm Warburg Pincus.

Many of the loans Hallinan made had exorbitant interest rates which greatly exceeded rate caps mandated by the states in which the borrowers live, such as Pennsylvania's 6% annual cap.

In court Friday, Assistant U.S. Attorney Mark Dubnoff argued that there was little difference between the exorbitant fees charged by money-lending mobsters and the annual interest rates approaching 800 percent that were standard on many of Hallinan’s loans. -philly.com

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Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 21:07:52 Id: e9df2b [Preview] No.10872 del
Federal Reserve when?
This perp is a symptom, not the parasitic cause.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 21:36:09 Id: aaf6be [Preview] No.10880 del
Good question. I can only hope this is only the beginning to jailing these parasites. Sometimes they have to work their way up, but who knows?

Good! New Leftist Nationalist Mexican President To Build A Wall To Stop Drug, Arms and Human Trafficking Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 17:08:42 Id: 60b2a0 [Preview] No. 10854 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Marxists Thugs & Soros BTFO!

Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador intends to create a new border-police force to fight illegal immigration, drug trafficking, and illicit firearms trafficking from Central America, his incoming chief of public security Alfonso Durazo, told Bloomberg in an interview Monday.

Durazo indicated that the new border-police force would be part of a much larger regional effort to reduce poverty and violence that plagues so many Central American countries, which ultimately leads to a flood of families crossing into Mexico. He said the new police force will be sizeable and deployed to Mexico’s southern border. Durazo declined to offer more specifics to Bloomberg, but he noted that the police force would be used to secure the northern border as well.

“We’re going to create a border police force that will be highly specialized,” Durazo told Bloomberg.

“They need to apply the law,” against illegal immigration and human trafficking crossing into Mexico, which Durazo points out often occurs under the supervision of corrupt officials.

Lopez Obrador and the left-wing populist party he founded in 2014 won the presidential election in a landslide victory last week after voters disgusted with cartel violence, poverty-stricken communities, and vast amounts of corruption kicked the country’s established parties out of power. Obrador also got a boost from voters when he pledged to defend Mexicans against an immigrant crackdown by President Donald Trump.

Obrador’s next task will be securing the country’s southern border while avoiding the sharp criticism he has scrutinized Trump for.

The newfound emphasis on containing illegal immigration comes amid President Trump’s crusade to shift some of the blame on Mexican officials for the tidal wave of Central American immigrants passing through Mexico to the U.S. Interesting enough, President Trump said: “I think he’s [Mexico’s President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador] going to try and help us with border.”

"I think he's going to try and help us with border," Trump said of Mexico's President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador pic.twitter.com/ij5TtjmJKP

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Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 17:53:47 Id: 4a05e4 [Preview] No.10857 del
>In other words, Marxist Kikes Inc. and the Soy Boys will be screeching, wailing and throwing an absolute tantrum for years and years to come.

Ayy, now that would be pretty racist for them to do that about a Mexican.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 18:29:47 Id: 1391c6 [Preview] No.10860 del
Ironically true, I wonder what the their excuse will be when the new Mexican president starts to build a wall in his own country to keep out floods of migration and gangs. I assume they'll just ignore it because it won't fit the MSM narrative. In the end it won't matter how much they ignore it because this is going to benefit not only Mexico but the US in the long-term too. No wonder the MSM was scared about this guy being elected, you could sense some kind of fear in earlier reporting.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 18:33:16 Id: 51775b [Preview] No.10861 del
As someone who's been in "Tejas" and spoke to Mexicans (descendants of illegal immigrant scum), I can say that Mexicans are already racist. Not just towards white people, which is fucking pathetic considering how they're 46% indo-European. The lighter skinned beaners hate brown beaners in Mexico. At least that's what I've been told by beaners.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 19:04:35 Id: 1391c6 [Preview] No.10864 del
Personally I don't have any beef with Mexicans as a few that I have met are really down to earth, smart, hard working and friendly. I trade vegetables with a beaner for ghost peppers at a local farmers market in my town (which only has about 1% or 2% Hispanic population here).

What I desire is for most of them to stay in their own country and fix their damn nation! I think they did a spectacular job electing their new president. Hopefully this will encourage the Mexican people to stay over there and help get rid of all that corruption.

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MURDER: Federal Witness Who Was Ready To Testify In Court Against Clinton Foundation Bombed Reader 07/08/2018 (Sun) 20:13:18 Id: 4c9786 [Preview] No. 10810 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A husband and wife died in an early morning explosion that obliterated a house, blasting debris as far as six houses away and rattling an entire South Jersey town, officials said.

The two victims were identified by neighbors as John Paladino, 73, and Carole Paladino, 72. No foul play is suspected [WHAT !?], the prosecutor's office said in a statement.

The blast that destroyed the home on the 300 block Oakwood Drive in Newfield, New Jersey was initially reported about 6:45 a.m. Saturday and could be felt throughout the town, neighbors said. The force of the explosion broke windows in nearby homes.

"I really thought it was an earthquake," Marlane Rambone said. "The bed lifted up and shifted."

Wood, insulation and siding fell from the sky as the entire area was filled with smoke following the blast and a mattress was stuck in a tree.

Firefighters responded to the home and doused the flames. Dogs were brought out to search through the rubble. Debris was strewn across the property.

"There's nothing left," Jason Brandt, a witness said. "I saw a bathroom sink sitting there but the house is gone."

Neighbors say John and Carole Paladino lived in the home for decades and raised their children there as well. They were friends with everyone on the street.

"It's scary," Audra Manasco, a neighbor, said. "It's a tragedy that you know, it's a small, quiet town. Nothing like this ever happens."

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Reader 07/09/2018 (Mon) 00:38:09 Id: 1ee96d [Preview] No.10820 del
Sometimes I think its so obvious I think its just a blatant message to the public: "fuck with the establishment and we fucking kill you and your family, including any investigators and witnesses involved as well."

We already knew treason is rampant these days, why would they not just start bombing American citizens they don't like?

Reader 07/09/2018 (Mon) 16:49:51 Id: dfef1c [Preview] No.10835 del
>typical gas leak nothing to see here people

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 08:04:20 Id: c1c800 [Preview] No.10844 del
[F] to USAfags

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 17:53:39 Id: 54750a [Preview] No.10856 del
News flash: its not much better in other countries, I'd hate to have to live in many other nations. Sad that this stuff happens sure, but don't go hinting that many other countries are any better. In the UK and Germany average citizens get arrested for so-called "hate speech" or reporting about govt corruption.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 21:00:19 Id: 3048bc [Preview] No.10870 del
[F] to you, and your poor examples

Massive Protest, CNN? New Leaked Footage Outside Demonstration Proves Otherwise Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 20:30:42 Id: cc0102 [Preview] No. 10867 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Despite relentless media hysteria, a demonstration to protest against President Trump’s Supreme Court pick drew relatively few people.

During an appearance on Bill Maher’s show last month, far-left film maker Michael Moore said he would “join a million other people surrounding the United States Capitol” to prevent the Supreme Court nominee from being confirmed.

That figure is looking somewhat optimistic given the turnout last night.

Conservative comedian Tim Young tweeted an image “to show just how few people are protesting at #SCOTUS right now…”

“I’m sure the media angles make it look like thousands… it might be 300,” he added.

A selfie to show just how few people are protesting at #SCOTUS right now…

I'm sure the media angles make it look like thousands… it might be 300. pic.twitter.com/Kv3E50hKHZ

- Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) July 10, 2018

The numbers were poor given how much anger far-left groups like Media Matters, RefuseFascism and the Women’s March have been attempting to whip up since Justice Anthony Kennedy announced he would be retiring almost two weeks ago.

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New UK Brexit Law Spirs Massive Governmental Resignations In The UK Reader 07/09/2018 (Mon) 02:37:53 Id: b7b8e5 [Preview] No. 10823 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/10626

In what has been called "an absolute bombshell", U.K. Brexit Secretary David Davis resigned from Theresa May’s government late Sunday, one week before the UK is scheduled to present its demands to Brussels.

Davis resignation comes two days after May received backing from her cabinet for a new "soft Brexit" plan which envisioned maintaining close ties with the EU after the UK's departure from the block, news which was cheered the UK business lobby and which had set cable on an upward trajectory in early Asia trading, before the news hit which halted the pound's ascent.

The cabinet signed up to the proposals, which were hammered out at Chequers - the country house of the UK Prime Minister - last week. May is due to unveil the plans tomorrow in parliament, before a potentially stormy meeting with her own MPs.

Davis had disagreed with May’s plans for keeping EU rules for goods and adopting a close customs model with the bloc, and his resignation threatens more political turmoil, this time in the UK, as moderates are set off against hard brexiteers.

However, some pro-Brexit Tories are angry about the plan, with speculation that it could end up in a leadership challenge.

As Sky News adds, some pro-Brexit Tories are angry about the plan and there is speculation it could end up in a leadership challenge. Sky's political correspondent Lewis Goodall called the resignation of Mr Davis "an absolute bombshell".

He said: "To resign tonight after the emergency meeting at Chequers on Friday is really quite shocking when you consider, apparently according to the briefing we received, that every single member of the cabinet - admittedly some with their reservations - all agreed that they would support the prime minister's proposals and they would defend them in public.

"The big question now is, is David Davis going to be joined by any other figures? All eyes of course will be on Boris Johnson and other Brexiteers."

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Boris Johnson Resigns As Nigel Farage Readies For A Mayday Comeback Reader 07/09/2018 (Mon) 14:34:07 Id: fdb397 [Preview] No.10832 del
Boris Johnson Resigns As Nigel Farage Readies For A Mayday Comeback

The UK government crisis that was unleashed on PM Theresa May's cabinet last night when Brexit minister David Davis resigned, has just escalated following the resignation of foreign minister Boris Johnson. While BoJo was speculated to be unhappy with May's deal, many suggested that he was willing to fall in line; however events over the past 24 hours changed his mind.

Theresa May promptly accepted Johnson's resignation with the following brief statement:

"This afternoon, the Prime Minister accepted the resignation of Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary. His replacement will be announced shortly. The Prime Minister thanks Boris for his work'"

Johnson's resignation increases the chances that May will now face a leadership challenge over her Brexit policy.

As Bloomberg adds, "resignations traditionally unleash leadership challenges in the U.K. Davis’s prompted pro-Brexit lawmakers to demand May rip up her proposals, but they didn’t call for her to go. That’s partly because they can’t be sure they have the numbers needed to be sure of defeating her. But Johnson’s exit could embolden others."

As a reminder, late on Friday, May pushed her Cabinet late on Friday into a Brexit plan that many had misgivings about.

Initially, it looked like she had managed to get away with pushing for the Brexit that buinesses wanted - as soft as possible with close ties to the bloc. Then everything changes when Brexit minister David Davis resigned and took his deputy with him. Now Boris has joined them.

As Bloomberg 's Tim Ross notes, "Johnson has been worried for months that May is taking too long to negotiate Brexit. She told him to trust her, but the direction of her policy -- towards an ever softer split -- meant that he always wanted proof that he could."

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Reader 07/09/2018 (Mon) 18:10:06 Id: 7af521 [Preview] No.10836 del
Is this just another big ruse to make excuses for not allowing the Brexit to happen at all?

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 20:25:11 Id: 385ff9 [Preview] No.10866 del
Ha ha. Serves the cuckservative bitch right, let here coalition fall and next time VOTE FOR UKIP!

Good! Trump Pardons Bundy Ranchers, Others Convicted Of Standoff With BLM Thugs Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 18:01:12 Id: 5b14a5 [Preview] No. 10858 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Communist Thugs BTFO!

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday pardoned Oregon cattle ranchers Dwight Hammond and his son after both were convicted on arson charges, sparking the 2016 occupation of a wildlife refuge, according to a White House statement.

The Hammonds' case led to the armed 41-day occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, during which one occupier was shot dead by police. The takeover was the latest flare-up in a decades-old conflict over federal control of millions of acres of public land in the Western United States.

Dwight Hammond, 76, and his son, Steven, 49, were convicted in 2012 for setting a fire that spread onto public grazing land.

The two were initially sentenced to less than the legal minimum five-year prison sentence for their crimes, but a federal judge in 2016 ordered the pair returned to serve the full five years, after the father had spent three months in prison and the son one year, according to 2012 court documents.


Protect the Harvest (PTH), agriculture advocacy group, has been lobbying the Trump administration to commute the Hammonds’ sentences, arguing forcing them back into prison was unjust.

“I’ve had great attorneys tell me this is the most malicious prosecution they’ve ever seen,” PTH national strategic planner Dave Duquette told The Daily Caller News Foundation in June.

“The travesty is what they were tried under. Not whether they started a fire. They admitted to starting the fires,” Duquette said.

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Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 18:05:18 Id: 5b14a5 [Preview] No.10859 del
This is actually a nice surprise because this itself would give me enough reason to vote for him again. They were treated like absolute shit by the feds and abused by the police in prison. Fucking brickheaded asshole Anti-American traitors.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 18:49:12 Id: 17c5cc [Preview] No.10862 del
>this itself would give me enough reason to vote for him again.
I'd rather vote for someone that would restore segregation than Trump.

Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 18:57:07 Id: 5b14a5 [Preview] No.10863 del
Well you may not have that option at this point in time or in the near future. I doubt segregation laws would stand a chance coming back in America unless there were another civil war and hardcore nationalists would have to win that war.

US Govt Contacts Texas Land Owners: "You Might Soon See A Giant 30' Wall In Your Backyard Being Built" Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 16:54:35 Id: e446ce [Preview] No. 10852 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
In the latest indication that the Trump administration may actually build the President's long-promised wall at the US-Mexico border, south Texas land owners report receiving letters from the government notifying them that their land will be surveyed for "tactical infrastructure, such as a border wall," according to KENS-TV.

State Congressman Henry Cuellar (D) says that over 200 survey requests have been made by US Customs in Starr and Hidalgo counties alone.

The mayor of Escobares, a tiny town of just 2,500 residents which borders Mexico at the Rio Grande river, says locals have received letters from the Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Customs and Border Protection a few weeks ago seeking consent to survey their land.

“I walk out the back door and what I’m going to see is a 30-foot fence,” Escobares Mayor Noel Escobar said.

Rio Grande City School District board president Daniel Garcia showed us the letter the school got in May. It included a map highlighting about a mile of land the government is eyeing for “tactical infrastructure, such as a border wall.”

“When we voted for it, it was not for any specific reason. They just wanted to come in and survey the property,” said Garcia.

Garcia said the land is not currently being used by the district and said had he known it was meant for the border wall, he would’ve voted against the agenda item. -KENS-TV

81-year-old Roma, TX land owner Felix Rodriguez was visited by a government surveyor earlier this year who offered $300 for a portion of his 500-square-foot property. Rodriguez "often hears gunshots from across the border," according to KENS-TV.

With midterm elections on the horizon and the 2020 US presidential election just 26 short months away, even breaking ground on the wall may come right down to the wire.

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Reader 07/10/2018 (Tue) 16:56:28 Id: e446ce [Preview] No.10853 del
Better late than never.