‘They just took them?’ Frantic parents separated from their kids fill courts on the border

MCALLEN, Texas — The words “all rise” were still ringing in the brightly lit South Texas courtroom last week when Peter E. Ormsby slipped unceremoniously into his seat. “Good morning,” the 62-year-old federal magistrate said as the courtroom filled with the clanking of shackled defendants returning to their wooden benches. “We’re here to take up […]

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Global fitness franchise fires local operator for saying LGBT Pride is a ‘sin’

June 8, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — The international workout company CrossFit continued to display its LGBT support this week when it fired a high-profile employee Wednesday after he tweeted that celebrating “pride” is a sin. Earlier this month, CrossFit fired an Indianapolis affiliate owner, Brandon Lowe, and closed his gym after he cancelled a special pride-themed […]

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Trump’s Plans For NASA Are Entirely Out of Sync With What Most Americans Want

Returning to the moon is a low priority. President Trump is determined to send astronauts back to the Moon, but that isn’t what most Americans want from their national space agency. A new study from Pew Research Center has revealed that the Trump administration’s plans for NASA are wildly out of sync with the public’s […]

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In private FEMA remarks, Trump’s focus strays from hurricanes

“The meeting was supposed to be about hurricane preparedness, as disaster officials gathered at Federal Emergency Management Agency headquarters days after the start of the 2018 season. But President Trump had a lot else on his mind, turning the closed-door discussion into soliloquies on his prowess in negotiating airplane deals, his popularity, the effectiveness of […]

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Trump’s tariffs stopped Ohio factory from bringing back jobs from China

” Bill Adler was invited last year to bid on a contract to make commercial sausage stuffers for a company that wanted to replace its Chinese supplier. The customer had just one non­negotiable demand: Match China’s price. Adler, owner of metal-parts maker Stripmatic Products, thought he could. But even as he readied his proposal, talk of President […]

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These Women Survived Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries. They’re Ready to Talk.

““As 220 survivors of Ireland’s notorious Magdalene Laundries convened for a state-sponsored meeting in Dublin on Tuesday, strikingly similar pleas for the lost went up at their hotel. Orders of Roman Catholic nuns ran the laundries for profit, and women and girls were put to work there, supposedly as a form of penance. The laundries were filled […]

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Refugee Students Treated With Equality and New Superintendent receives a salary of 250,000.

The most important issue in my opinion which the article de-prioritizes is a Modesto High School refused to accommodate a group of recent children who immigrated here legally. “Problems surfaced in March when two sisters from Afghanistan were denied enrollment in the Davis program over questions about their true birthdates. There were more frustrations and […]

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