Friday, February 15, 2019

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Latino Immigration in Nevada is Not What It Appears

The White House ban on travel from seven predominantly Muslim nations has temporarily taken attention away from Latino immigrants to America.

Nevada's Dean Heller remains concerned about Donald Trump's executive order banning travel.

The Republican senator shared his concerns that the president's order is overly broad and is not the way to strengthen national security.

Heller is one of a handful of GOP legislators denouncing the travel ban. Senators John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina also... Read More

Anthony Scaramucci, a popular trader and part of President-elect Donald Trump's presidential strategy finance group, has been utilized for a high-level White House part, The California Publish revealed Friday.

While the position has not been formally declared, resources close to the Trump conversion informed the Publish that Scaramucci will take over the Office of Public Involvement and Intergovernmental Matters, a highly effective part currently organized by Obama friend Valerie Jarrett.

That would put the former trader at the nexus of agenda-setting inside the Trump White House.... Read More

Being put behind bars won't be great for your well-being, but it's great business for the exploding private business which provides physicians to jails and prisons.

At a trade fair — the 35th Annual American Jail Association Conference — in Austin, Texas recently, companies lined up to peddle everything from coveralls to meal trays. When the national anthem had been sung, and the chaplain finished praying, the people gathered at Austin's convention center got down to the business of giving money.

How much longer prisons will be the money-generators may answered by who lives at... Read More

Dear Premier Candidate,

You are asking me for my vote. I am a jaded voter, one who once took pride in my regular visits to the ballot box during federal, provincial and municipal elections. One who used to push friends and family to exercise their right and vote, one who gave his employees time-off to go to the polling booth. I understood the importance of the democratic vote because I previously lived in countries where it was denied for a number of bogus reasons. But now I am jaded. Why? Let me tell you why…

But first, promise me that you will not act like Mike the golfer, who... Read More

A recent Fourth Circuit opinion gives some needed relief for a limited class of federal inmates. Whiteside v. United States opens the door for convicted defendants to bring post-conviction claims, under 28 U.S.C. § 2255, based on their erroneous classification as career offenders. This is likely to have the most impact on individuals who were sentenced as a career offender based on Maryland second degree assault.

Criminal Attorney Maryland

Criminal defendants with two prior qualifying convictions – for a serious drug felony or a crime of violence – are subject to the “career... Read More

The Smarter Sentencing Act, which passed the Senate Judiciary Committee, would take some of the sting out of federal drug sentencing. It would do so in three ways:

First, it would expand eligibility for the drug “safety valve” so that people with some criminal history – up to Guidelines Category II – would still be eligible. Under current law, a defendant must be in Category I to benefit from the “safety valve.” Under the new law, if passed, someone could have a serious conviction on their record and still be eligible. The “safety valve” is critical to many defendants because a) it lowers... Read More

BLACK IN AMERICA AND UNARMEDOnly in America can a dead black boy go on trial for his own murder while his killer sits quietly in a court room dressed to the nine.

Civil rights today has regressed, set back at least a hundred years as a result of the dramatic outcome of the Trayvon Benjamin Martin vs George Zimmerman murder case. Where there once was a residue of hopeful communication between the two nations [blacks and whites] it appears that the dream of peace [MLK JR. "I HAVE A DREAM"] shall never be actualized. Blacks have become the country's first home grown foreign nation while... Read More

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The Origin of Racism

So the cries will continue for I will teach my children what has happen even though the truth is not taught in schools, I will teach them to teach their children to teach the future children until our cries have been heard and answered. - everyone should...

The Origin of Racism

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Should Enforced Laws Be Waived For Different Minorities?

The laws are rapidly decomposing as the constitution erodes into inactivity. This is just another unfortunate incident occurring in the country. :)Credo