Feds to Run Ads In Border Towns Informing Deported Illegals — They Can Return

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by Tony Lee 28 Aug 2014

As part of a legal settlement that will allow some illegal immigrants who deported themselves from Southern California to return to the United States, the federal government has agreed to advertise the settlement on various Mexican and Spanish-language media outlets.

The ACLU filed a class-action lawsuit last year on behalf of eleven illegal immigrants who deported themselves. The settlement reached on Wednesday will only cover “longtime California residents with relatives who are U.S. citizens and… young migrants whose parents brought them into the country illegally” who deported themselves between 2009 and 2013. An ACLU official has indicated that there were nearly 250,000 people who were “deported voluntarily from Southern California between 2009 and 2013” and estimated to the Los Angeles Times that the “number of repatriations could reach into the hundreds or thousands.”

The U.S. government, through ad buys online, in print, on billboards…

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Wars of the Zeitgeist By: David M. Weinberg

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What “corrupts” more: The “occupation,” or Israeli withdrawals and the inevitable wars against Palestinian terrorist enclaves? Should Israel draw more borders and build more fences so that the Palestinians can dig under them and shoot over them; or should Israel erase the Green Line once and for all, and assert new models of autonomous coexistence for a better future?

terrorist groups

Fatah is Hamas is the Moslem Brotherhood is Al Qaeda is Boko Haram is ISIS is Iran. They are all out to crush our way of life and reduce our state to rubble. None are “moderates.”

As silence falls over the battlefields of Gaza, wars of Zeitgeist have begun.

Here are four fronts on which the struggle for Israel’s legitimacy and the global mindset will be fought.

First of all, the real story of Hamas has to be told, in UN committees and through every media and community forum. This includes…

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Even Without Victims of Current War, Iraq has More than 3 Million Disabled

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Adel Fakhir reports for Rudaw:

An Iraqi girl laughs as a doctor checks her pulse during a medical check-up at Al-Hanan Home for Severely Handicapped Children in Baghdad. AFP‘Even without counting victims from the ongoing war, up to three million people across Iraq suffer from physical disabilities, coping with life without any special facilities as laws to help them fail to be implemented. War and some of its consequences – including terrorism and traffic accidents – are the main reasons for so many Iraqis being physically handicapped, doctors say.

“Addressing people with special needs is not a about an individual or rare case,” said Dr. Bassem Sharif al-Hudjaimi. “It’s about the rights of 10-12 percent of the Iraqi nation. That is more than three million Iraqis in all parts of Iraq, including the Kurdistan Region,” he told Rudaw.  “They all suffer from injuries, disability due to wars or terrorism, and the absence of a real health watchdog,” said Hudjaimi,  a member the outgoing parliament’s health and environment committee. Many doctors who treat special needs patients feel…

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HHS Stiff-arms Senator on Illegal Immigrant Minors

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“Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) recently wrote a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell stating,

“If Congress is going to appropriate funding for the department to provide care and custody for this vulnerable population, it deserves to know how taxpayer dollars are going to be spent.”

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And what is BACF?

This Baptist Charity Is Being Paid Hundreds of Millions to Shelter Child Migrants

“Kevin Dinnin is the CEO of a faith-based, nonprofit organization called BCFS, formerly known as Baptist Child and Family Services. This obscure charity has emerged as one of the biggest players in the federal government’s response to the influx of more than 57,000 unaccompanied children who have trudged across the southern border so far this year. It runs two of the largest facilities for temporarily housing immigrant children, as well as six permanent shelters in California…

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