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  1. 3 days ago on Kevin Necessary Editorial Cartoons

    But Kushner doesn’t get investigated….“When the Kushner Companies purchased 666 Fifth Avenue in midtown Manhattan in early 2007 for a record-breaking price of $1.8 billion, it was supposed to be a center of their real estate portfolio. Instead, the Kushners have struggled to cover their debt on the troubled building since shortly after its purchase on the eve of the financial crisis. As Jared Kushner’s father-in-law, Donald J. Trump, was running for President, the Kushners were pitching Qatari investors to help bail out the building. And just weeks after his father Charles reportedly failed to reach a deal with Qatar’s minister of finance, Jared Kushner, in his capacity as a senior adviser to President Trump, reportedly played a central role in supporting a blockade of Qatar by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Kushner never disclosed his meeting with Saudi Arabia and the UAE on the blockade to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the time. Later, a financial company tied to Qatar brokered an especially valuable deal to rescue the Kushner Companies’ property at 666 Fifth Avenue.”

    Six months after leaving the White House, Jared Kushner secured a $2 billion investment from a fund led by the Saudi crown prince, a close ally during the Trump administration, despite objections from the fund’s advisers about the merits of the deal.

  2. 3 days ago on Non Sequitur

    Worked for Steve Bannon…..

    “An attorney for Steve Bannon argued in federal appeals court Thursday that Bannon should not have to serve jail time for contempt of Congress because he was merely following legal advice.” The Hill

  3. 4 days ago on Henry Payne

    Trump took out a full page ad to “Bring Back the Death Penalty” for the “Central Park Five”… and they were innocent.

  4. 4 days ago on Clay Jones

    Every sperm is sacred.

    Every sperm is great.

    If a sperm is wasted.

    God gets quite irate.

    Monty Python
  5. 19 days ago on Gary Varvel

    Debt Creation per President

    Joe Biden 2021 – present ………$1.84 trillion 6.33%…………………..Donald Trump 2017 – 2021 $8.2 trillion 40.43%……………………………………. Barack Obama 2009 – 2017 …..$8.34 trillion 69.98% …………….George W. Bush 2001 – 2009 $6.1 trillion 105.08%………………………………….. Bill Clinton 1993 – 2001………… $1.4 trillion 31.64%…………………George H.W. Bush 1989 – 1993 $1.55 trillion 54.39%…………………………………

  6. 19 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    Defenestration has become very popular among Putin’s enemies.

    Defenestration is the act of throwing someone or something out of a window. The term was coined around the time of an incident in Prague Castle in the year 1618 which became the spark that started the Thirty Years’ War. Wikipedia

  7. 19 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Current Conditions

    According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, less than 1% of California-Nevada remains in drought, compared to 100% a year ago. This means a 5-drought class improvement in areas such as the Central Valley.

  8. 24 days ago on Al Goodwyn Editorial Cartoons

    Minors from non-contiguous countries are not included in the count….

    From the 19 page summary…



    Sec. 3301. Border emergency authority.•.

    Creates Sec. 244B of the Immigration and Nationality Act which grants the Secretary of Homeland Security new emergency authority to respond to extraordinary migration circumstances. The “border emergency authority” may be exercised if the 7-day average number of cumulative encounters of inadmissible aliens is between 4,000 and 5,000 per day and must be exercised if the 7-day average is above 5,000 per day. Exercise of the authority 13/19 is also required if the number of encounters on a single day exceeds 8,500. Unaccompanied minors from non-contiguous countries are not included in the total number of encounters for the purposes of this section.•.

    When use of the emergency authority is authorized, the Secretary has the authority to prohibit the entry into the U.S. of all individuals, except unaccompanied minors, between ports of entry and may only screen individuals for eligibility for withholding of removal or protection under the Convention Against Torture. Concurrently, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is required to continue processing a minimum of 1,400 inadmissible aliens per day across southwest land ports of entry under expedited removal or the 235B non-custodial removal proceedings contained in this title, ensuring that access to the asylum system remains available.”

  9. 24 days ago on Al Goodwyn Editorial Cartoons

    Minors from non-contiguous countries are not included in the count….

  10. 25 days ago on Al Goodwyn Editorial Cartoons

    “The bipartisan border deal would not allow 5,000 illegal crossings per day, despite what Trump says… What’s become a popular talking point among conservative Republicans opposed to an emerging immigration bill is incorrect. Here’s what it would do.

    So where did this 5,000-a-day figure come from?

    The bipartisan deal does include provisions that would shut down the border entirely if a certain threshold is hit, but those are border encounters, not crossings. As noted above, no migrants trying to enter the U.S. illegally would be allowed into the country unless they passed asylum interviews or were being held under government supervision.

    Under the new immigration bill, the Department of Homeland Security could close the border if too many migrants were showing up with asylum claims. After negotiators conferred with the Border Patrol and officials at the Department of Homeland Security, they crafted the legislation to give DHS the authority to close the border if they reached a seven-day average of 4,000 or more border encounters. A seven-day average of 5,000 or more would mandate a border closure. If the number exceeded 8,500 in a single day, there would also be a mandatory border closure.

    What happens if the border is closed?

    If the border were shut down, at least 1,400 migrants per day who tried to enter at official ports of entry would still qualify to have their asylum claims considered. The rest would be turned away."