I recently posted another fake hate story from Ann Arbor involving a woman claiming Trump supporters demand she remove her hijab.
Gold Star father Khizr Khan said recently that his travel to Canada had been put under government review, resulting in his cancellation of a talk he was due to give. One problem: There’s no evidence to support his claim.
Contacted by Reuters, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) contradicted the narrative.
Ana Wanson explains in the Washington Post that the ruling was crucial for Allstar because the Snuggie is produced in China and is therefore subject to an import tariff. Blankets come with a tariff of 8.5 percent, but “pullover apparel” is pinched for 14.9 percent. That’s a difference worth taking the government to court over.
The BBC claims that some of the content found on Facebook included:
Federal prosecutors in Seattle are dropping their case against Jay Michaud, a Vancouver man accused of accessing Playpen, a dark-web child pornography site that the FBI ran for 13 days in 2015 as part of a sting operation known as Operation Pacifier. But as Cyrus Farivar explains at Ars Technica, the decision has nothing to do with the morally dubious premise of that operation, which involved distributing child pornography to catch people who look at it.
Will medical marijuana be coming to Niles?
DailyCaller HOME POLITICS US WORLD ENTERTAINMENT SPORTS BUSINESS OPINION GUNS AND GEAR DEALS DAILY DEALER WINE CLUB ISSUES DEFENSE EDUCATION ENERGY BLOGS THE MIRROR DC TRAWLER SEND A TIP POLITICS U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., January 16, 2017. REUTERS/Alex Wroblewski New York Times: Trump Wiretaps In January Report Did Not Need Warrants KERRY PICKET Reporter 3:29 PM 03/08/2017 Share13 Share13 Share A January 19 New York Times report on wiretap investigations involving the Trump team and Russian officials stemmed from intercepts picked up overseas that did not require any warrants. New York Times Public Editor Liz Spayd differentiated the paper’s claims from those of former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who said that warrants were never obtained to wiretap Trump or his associates.
Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager, Robby Mook confirmed to Fox News that he had knowledge of wiretaps being used during the campaign.
Rebecca Hammonds, an activist with Ohio Organizing Collaborative (OOC), a wealthy anti-fracking grassroots organization, was sentenced to 180 days in jail Monday after pleading guilty to 13 felony counts of election fraud in January. She originally faced 35 counts.
The animal rights activist group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), euthanized 1,411 cats and dogs last year, while only 57 were adopted.
Dang. How horrendously awful is Hillary Clinton? This horrendously awful:
Dem Party 36/52
— Steve Kornacki (@SteveKornacki) March 8, 2017