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What are they hiding? DHS clamps down on information, clears immigrant detention facilities ahead of Congressional visits

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Border Patrol agents and police in Mission, Texas, rush down a public access road in the Rio Grande Valley to intercept a group of illegal immigrants crossing into the U.S. The roads are now being monitored and journalists are being asked to leave the area by federal law enforcement officials.
Department of Homeland Security officials are stonewalling lawmakers who try to make unannounced visits to immigrant detention facilities throughout the country and are closing off public roads along the U.S.-Mexico border in an effort to keep journalists from reporting on the growing illegal immigration crisis, federal law enforcement officials told TheBlaze.

The officials said senior supervisors have made scheduling visits ahead of time mandatory at detention facilities, turned back officials from unannounced visits, and that Border Patrol agents have been forced to clean up facilities and transfer illegal aliens from unauthorized holding cells before they are inspected by lawmakers. Reporters have also been stopped by DHS officials from traveling along public access roads near the Rio Grande, where most of illegal immigrant children and groups are crossing into the U.S.

The media crackdown along the Rio Grande happened shortly after TheBlaze visited the region last month and traveled along some of the more secluded roads along the river's edge. TheBlaze witnessed dozens of illegal immigrants turning themselves in to Border Patrol agents after making the crossing into the United States and interviewed many of them before they were taken away.

Comment: Perhaps what the DHS does not want too many people to realize is that the intent is to keep these people imprisoned in the for-profit prison system as long as possible. The pathocrats in charge have no interest in helping the illegals - they cannot even help the millions of US citizens who are in poverty - nor do they care.

Missing the point: Why is Obama encouraging illegal immigration when we can't care for millions of our own citizens?
Private US prisons are getting rich by abusing illegal immigrants

On illegal immigration, more U.S. cities are rolling out a welcome mat

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Pre-army Israeli teens tweet: Death to all Arabs

On Thursday, July 10, I entered the Hebrew word for "Arabs", ARAVIM, into Twitter and searched for uses of the word over the previous few hours. What I found was young Israelis proclaiming their desire for all Arabs to die and in some cases be tortured to death.
Some of these calls for genocide were from young men, but a majority of them seemed to be authored by young women. I began to tweet out translations into English of their words, including their Twitter profile pictures and links to their original tweets.

Severed arm found on front lawn in Long Island, New York

A severed arm was found on the front lawn of a home in Hempstead, Long Island.
Two sets of body parts have been found in two days on Long Island.

In the most recent incident, a man found a severed arm on his front lawn on Webb Ave. in Hempstead on Wednesday at about 2 p.m. The home owner, speaking for his brother-in-law who spotted the arm, said he smelled a foul odor earlier in the day but thought it was garbage. "When he saw the arm ... he almost passed out," said Jose Diaz. The arm appeared to belong to a female and was severed from the shoulder, said police.
Evil Rays

Justified outrage as Australian judge says incest, pedophilia 'may be accepted' by society

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Judge Garry Neilson in support of incest and pedophilia.
An Australian judge has incurred the wrath of child protection and gay rights advocates after stating that incest and pedophilia may no longer be considered taboo - just as gay relationships are now more accepted than they were in the 1950s and 60s.

District Court Judge Garry Neilson was recorded as saying that sexual contact between adults and children or siblings may no longer be regarded by society as "unnatural" or "taboo."

Just as same-sex relationships were once considered socially unacceptable, "a jury might find nothing untoward in the advance of a brother towards his sister once she had sexually matured, had sexual relationships with other men and was now 'available,' not having [a] sexual partner," he said, as quoted by Australia's Fairfax Media.

Neilson said that the primary reason for incest still being a crime is the high risk of genetic abnormalities in any children born as a result of the relationships.

"But even that falls away to an extent [because] there is such ease of contraception and ready access to abortion," he said.

Comment: A sick puppy, whose views are sadly common among the global elite.


How wars always hurt the most vulnerable Americans

The centennial of World War I is a chance to remember naive predictions about how it and other fights would improve society - and the awful abuses those wars actually enabled.

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Eugene V. Debs leaves prison on Christmas Day 1921, after his 10-year sentence for opposing the draft was commuted. (Library of Congress)
The impending anniversary of the start of World War I has given historians and pundits the chance to speculate about whether we're heading for another era of mass war and redrawing of borders. Put me down as undecided. But as we prepare to dwell on the ghastliness that occurred overseas between 1914 and 1918, it's worth pausing to reflect on the ghastliness that occurred over here.

On June 30, 1918, perennial Socialist presidential candidate Eugene Debs was sentenced to 10 years in jail for opposing the draft. (In 1920, he won nearly a million votes while in prison; he was freed in 1921.) During the war, Cincinnati outlawed the sale of pretzels; Iowa made publicly speaking German a crime.

On August 1, 1917 in Butte, Montana, a mob seized Frank Little, who was trying to unionize copper miners for the anti-war Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). In Over Here, his wonderful book about America's wartime home front, the historian David Kennedy recounts what happened next. "Pummeled into the street, Little was tied to the rear of an automobile and dragged through the streets until his kneecaps were scraped off, then hanged from the side of a railroad trestle." While calling the lynching regrettable, the New York Times insisted that, "the IWW agitators are in effect, and perhaps in fact, agents of Germany."

Comment: If the results of war were so great for the home society, why is it that the "proposed benefits," as stated by these idiots, are so illusive? Because there are none? Instead, the wool of war is once again pulled over the public's eye and another manipulation for power and conquest takes place with few the wiser. War, a deceptive balance of "fear and protection," is the ultimate distraction for an inside power grab of rights and freedoms. Unfortunately, the grandest scheme is the one that takes place at home, the hardest to spot and the most difficult to reverse.

Heart - Black

Boy hidden in basement details abuse, says stepmother told him she could make him disappear

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Detroit, Michigan - Charlie Bothuell, the Detroit boy who went missing for 11 days and was found in his father's basement, details alleged abuse in a new petition filed with the juvenile court this week.

The petition says Charlie told investigators that he was forced to do a rigorous exercise routine including, 5000 revolutions on the elliptical trainer, 100 push-ups, 200 sit-ups, 100 jumping jacks, 25 arm curls on each arm with a 25 lb. weight. He told investigators he had to complete the entire workout in under an hour or "he'd have to do the entire workout again."

Charlie also told investigators about his stepmother, Monique Dillard-Bothuell, who he said hated him. In the interview he stated that his stepmother said "she doesn't f'ing like me, and will f'ing murder me." She also said "I can make you disappear."

He told investigators that it was his stepmother who put him in the basement, the report says.

It also says that Charlie's dad, Charlie Botuell abused the boy for two years, beating him with a PVC pipe that left the boy too sore to sit or walk, and splitting open his skin.

When Charlie was found by FBI and police he stated "I was so excited when I heard they were going to move the box I was behind, because I knew they were going to find me."

The child's father, Charlie Bothuell IV and his stepmother Monique Dillard-Bothuell were in court this morning at a hearing in which the Department of Human Services has asked the court to terminate their parental rights for their two younger children, ages four-years old and 11 months. DHS is also seeking to have little Charlie's father's parental rights terminated with regard to his 12-year old son.

Scripps sister station 7 Action News asked them to respond to the abuse allegations and they would not comment. The children are now living with grandparents, but their mom and dad are allowed supervised visits.

Why is Costco removing Dinesh D'Souza's book, 'America: Imagine the World Without Her', from its shelves?

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President Obama visiting a Maryland Costco store in January 2014.
Bestseller disappearing as companion movie hits theaters

The wholesale giant Costco has issued an order to remove all copies of Dinesh D'Souza's bestselling book, America: Imagine the World Without Her, from the shelves of its stores nationwide, WND has confirmed.

The book, in this midterm election year, is a strong rebuttal of the progressive ideology behind President Obama's policies, which have been supported by Costco co-founder and director Jim Sinegal, a major Democrat donor and a speaker at the 2012 Democratic National Convention that nominated the president. A Washington Post political reporter has noted Obama's "romance" with the nation's second-largest retailer.

At, D'Souza's book, released June 2, is ranked No. 5 overall and No. 1 in Political Commentary and Opinion.

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Copies of America at a Costco store Monday (photo)
Costco has sold more than 3,600 copies of America nationwide, with about 700 copies sold last week as D'Souza's film by the same name opened at more than 1,000 movie theaters nationwide.

But Costco's book department issued the "pull order," requiring all Costco stores nationwide to remove the book, confirmed Scott Losse, an inventory control specialist in the book department at the Costco Wholesale corporate office in Issaquah, Washington, a suburb of Seattle.

The July 1 order required all copies to be removed by July 15.

Contacted for a reaction, D'Souza was surprised to learn of the Costco decision.

"If true, this would be very odd," D'Souza said.
Eye 2

Texas shooter killed parents, four children execution style

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Stephen and Katie Stay, along with four juvenile victims were killed during the confrontation with Ronald Lee Haskell, 33, who has been charged with one count of Capital Murder.
Deputy constables say Ronald Lee Haskell, 33, has been charged with one count of capital murder (multi) in connection with the shooting of seven people, including children, at a home in Spring.

Haskell was transferred to a county jail overnight as the Harris County Precinct 4 Deputy Constable's Office released new information. The shootings happened a little after 5 p.m. Wednesday at a home in the 700 block of Leaflet in the Enchanted Oaks subdivision.

"He came to this location yesterday afternoon - late - and came under the guise of a FedEx driver wearing a FedEx shirt," said Constable Ron Hickman.

Detectives said Haskell knocked on the front door of the home and when the 15-year-old girl answered he asked for her parents. She told him they were not home and so he left.

Berlin cops forcibly drag refugee protesters from TV tower

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Police outside the tower on Wednesday
Police used force to clear protesting refugees from Berlin's television tower late on Wednesday as far-right activists held a counter-demonstration at the popular tourist site.

Scores of officers and a dozen police vans were deployed around Germany's tallest structure after the refugees bought tickets on Wednesday afternoon, rode the elevators 200 metres to the revolving observation deck and staged a sit-in protest.

Pipeline hemorrhages over 1 million gallons of toxic oil-drilling byproduct used in fracking into North Dakota drinking water

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A North Dakota pipeline has hemorrhaged about 1 million gallons of oil-drilling saltwater into the ground of a native Indian reservation, with some of the byproduct suspected to have leaked into a lake that provides drinking water.

The spill of a toxic byproduct of oil and natural gas production at the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation was discovered on Tuesday.

The cleanup is expected to last for weeks, according to Miranda Jones, vice president of environmental safety at Crestwood Midstream Services Inc. A subsidiary of Crestwood - Aero Pipeline LLC - owns the underground pipeline.

Jones believes the leak started over the Fourth of July weekend, but was only detected when the company was sorting through production loss reports, according to AP.