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Yep, you read that correctly. Just when you thought you have heard it all, someone comes along and claims that dancing naked is protected under the first amendment. Now, we are all for freedom of speech, but there needs to be some common sense. Unfortunately, we cannot blame the kids here; this argument falls 100% on the parents. In Scranton, an odd First Amendment debate has broken out in the lawsuit of a high school football player who alleged he was wrongly suspended, though the school claims he engaged in disgusting behavior that included wiping a lollipop on his private...

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The world’s largest ad delivery platform, Google Ads, has now taken a position against the Second Amendment. In their updated terms of service, emailed to all program participants on the last day of September 2019, Google Ads announced that they will be throttling ad revenue to pages that relate to “Guns, gun parts, and related accessories.” As a result, gun-related websites that rely on ad traffic will see decreased revenue. Google is clear that as a result of this new policy, fewer advertising sources will be eligible to bid on ad space. In some cases, this will mean that no advertisers are...

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Border Patrol, Citizenship, Department of Homeland Security, ICE, Illegal Immigration, Pedophilia -

El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents stop two convicted sex offenders from re-entering the United States over the weekend.The first, Oscar Rodriguez-Espinoza, a 52-year-old Mexican national, was arrested Friday afternoon approximately 22 miles west of the Calexico West Downtown Port of Entry, according to a news release by Border Patrol. A record check reveal the suspect was Oscar Rodriguez-Espinoza, a 52-year-old Mexican national.  In 2003 a jury convicted him of lewd and lacivious acts with a child under 14. The same jurors found him guilty of attempted murder.  Rodriguez-Espinoza served 11-years in prison before a judge deported him in September of 2011. He's in federal custody...

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Democratic Socialism, Homeless, Illegal Immigration, Liberalism, San Francisco, Sanctuary City -

About two dozen boulders now sit along a half-block stretch of sidewalk on Clinton Park, a residential side street near Market and Dolores streets in San Francisco. The boulders are meant as barriers to keep homeless people from camping out.  "Since the rocks, it has helped," said neighbor Ernesto Jerez. A band of San Francisco residents have taken matters into their own hands when it comes to the city’s growing homeless crisis — setting up boulders on their street to deter vagrants from setting up a shantytown. Residents of the Mission Dolores neighborhood recently chipped in to buy the roughly two...

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Border Patrol, Department of Homeland Security, ICE, Illegal Immigration, Law Enforcement, Trump Wall -

An American driver has been arrested in Texas after Border Patrol agents found 53 illegal immigrants from Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico, hidden inside a sweltering tractor-trailer, authorities said Friday.Laredo North Station Border Patrol agents assigned to the Interstate 35 Immigration Checkpoint observed a tractor-trailer approaching for inspection in the northbound lane. During the initial interview with the driver, a K-9 agent alerted to an odor it is trained to detect. The agent referred the driver to a secondary inspection station for investigation, according to information obtained from Laredo Sector Border Patrol officials.The temperature inside the trailer was recorded at 105 degrees at...

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