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The head of U.S. Cyber Command warned lawmakers that penalties and other measures have not “changed the calculus or the behavior” of Russia as it seeks to interfere with this year’s midterm elections.

“We’re taking steps, but we’re probably not doing enough,” Adm. Michael S. Rogers, who also directs the National Security Agency, said in testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee. Russian President Vladimir Putin, he added, “has clearly come to the conclusion that ‘there’s little price to pay here and therefore I can continue this activity.’ ”

“If we don’t change the dynamic here, this is going to continue,” Rogers said.

He said that President Trump has given him no new authorities or capabilities to strike at Russian cyber operations ahead of the midterms, but Rogers has directed Cybercom’s National Mission Force, which protects the U.S. homeland from foreign cyber threats, “to begin some specific work.”

He did not elaborate.

Rogers’s remarks reinforce statements he and the nation’s other top intelligence chiefs made earlier this month declaring that Russia is continuing efforts to disrupt the U.S. political system and is targeting the 2018 election.

A holdover from the Obama administration, Rogers also was one of several spy agency heads who rolled out a January 2017 report assessing that the Kremlin was behind a concerted effort to sow discord in the most recent presidential campaign.

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What you fags don't realize is the more you cry wolf about 'le russians' the less credible you look like.
>The people militantly shilling for Russia are just useful idiots.
You mean /pol/ and Trump supporters.
>We frequently have people posting Sputnik news and had a guy who bombs the board with propaganda pieces about “American Ukraine.”
>go to catalog of 100+ news stories
>ctrl-f "sputnik"
>4 results
>ctrl f ukraine
>7 results, 2 threads are posted
At best it's one dude posting intermittently. /news/ isn't large or active enough to warrant your paranoia.

>You can also tell the Ruskies from the /pol/tards by their tenuous grasp on the English language, but keep pretending that they don’t exist because they agree with you.
Ah yes, instead it's superior to divide everyone who DISAGREEs with you into ruskies and /pol/ tards. And then you wonder why /news/ only has a handful of regular posters.

You also forgot to call them bots btw. I know personally, my day's not complete until someone calls me a bot. It's nice to know I'm having an effect on them.
>I know personally, my day's not complete until someone calls me a bot. It's nice to know I'm having an effect on them.
Makes me sad too when I'm not called a bot or russian.
Haha and they make fun of /pol/ for conspiracies
>only one Ukraine thread left

Well that confirms it, the anti-Ukrainian poster is gone. As amusing as it was to make fun of him, I can't say that I miss him. Now if only the 4chan-banner-climate-poster would fuck off, then our two single-contributor sources of thread spam would be gone.

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MOSCOW (AP) — Exxon Mobil will end a joint venture with Russia’s state-controlled Rosneft due to U.S. and European sanctions against Moscow.

Exxon revealed in a regulatory filing that it decided to end the partnership late last year after the U.S. expanded sanctions against Russia. The company plans to begin unwinding the joint venture this year.

The retreat will result in an after-tax loss of about $200 million — spare change in comparison to Exxon’s 2017 profit of $19.7 billion.

But ending the partnership with Rosneft appeared to dash Exxon’s hopes of drilling in the potentially oil-rich Russian Arctic, and it erases some of the legacy of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the one-time Exxon chairman and CEO.

Tillerson signed a deal with Rosneft, Russia’s biggest oil producer, in 2011 with hopes of drilling in the difficult terrain of Russia’s Arctic waters. The partnership would combine Exxon’s technological expertise with Rosneft’s access to the area.

The deal came under strain, however, after the U.S. sanctioned Russia in 2014 over the invasion of Ukraine and annexation of the Crimean Peninsula. The sanctions did not affect existing energy deals, but they prohibited any business with Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin, an influential oligarch in Russia with whom Tillerson reportedly has had close personal ties.

Exxon applied for a waiver from the sanctions, but it has not been granted. Last year, the U.S. Treasury fined Exxon $2 million for signing new deals with Sechin in 2014. Exxon sued the U.S. government to stop the fine.

The U.S. expanded sanctions against Russia last year for allegedly interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

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As America’s top diplomat since February 2017, Tillerson maintains that the sanctions will remain in place until Russia reverses course in Ukraine and gives back Crimea. Still, the Russian deal on his watch at Exxon raised questions about his ability to enforce the sanctions and persuade European countries to continue doing so.

Brian Youngberg, an analyst with Edward Jones, said the withdrawal from the Rosneft partnership would not seriously hinder the Irving, Texas, company financially nor stop it from pursuing major deals overseas.

Since the deal was announced in 2011, Youngberg said, oil prices have fallen, production from U.S. shale fields has surged, and forecasts indicate global demand for oil will grow more slowly than once thought. He questioned whether oil from the Arctic will ever be needed.

On top of Exxon’s reported loss of $200 million, the company will walk away after spending about $700 million drilling a deepwater well in Russia’s Kara Sea, Wood Mackenzie analysts estimated.

“This decision puts a formal end to Exxon Mobil’s long-term strategy of exploring the Arctic,” which had led to discovery of a major oil field in 2014, said Wood Mackenzie’s Samuel Lussac.

Rosneft, in a company release, said that it “will continue the independent development of these projects,” and that it supports Exxon Mobil’s eventual return, if the law allows that. Analysts said Rosneft might turn to BP PLC as a partner, which has a stake in Rosneft.
>Even oil companies won't collude

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>Is Devin Nunes directly on an FBI intercept with Carter Page, receiving instructions for the Trump Transition team directly from Moscow? I believe he must be. Here’s the evidence.

>Carter Page Spoke to Both the Transition Team and Russian Government

>In December of 2016, Carter Page went back to Russia. Trump had won the election, and Devin Nunes, along with Boris Epshteyn, was part of the Transition Team, headed by Vice-President Mike Pence.

>Officially, Carter Page was no longer part of Team Trump. But we now know from Rep. Adam Schiff, leader of the Democratic Minority on the House Intelligence Committee, that a FISA warrant had been granted – with Mr. Page as its direct target – on October 21, 2016.

>Page made headlines on that trip, not least at Heat Street, the Dow Jones site whose editor I was. Could it be that both he and the Russian government revealed, in real time, their collusion? Masha Froliak reported that Page announced Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State at a press conference hosted by Sputnik – actually hosted by the Russian state – in which he was grossly offensive about Hillary Clinton. More importantly, Tillerson had not yet been announced by Trump as his pick in America. Tillerson was announced on December 13th; but Page announced him on December 12th, the day before.


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stay salty vlad
>/news/ is a text board for sharing and discussing current news articles. When starting a thread you must include the complete URL of a news article from a credible news site (for instance, a newspaper, news magazine, or a news TV channel). Blogs and editorial articles are not acceptable news sources.

Read the rules faggot
piss off
vlad has never cared about the rules
why should i?
Be better than Vlad, take the moral high road, and fill his threads with “Fuck off Ivan.”
>can't prove anyone posting on /news/ is actually russian
>can be proven to post shitty blog knowing you're violating the rules
If only /news/ had mods

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A Florida legislator’s aide was fired Tuesday after claiming two survivors of the Parkland high school shooting were not students, but instead “actors that travel to various crisis when they happen.”

Benjamin Kelly, who worked as district secretary for state Rep. Shawn Harrison (R-Tampa), sent an email to a Tampa Bay Times reporter about Emma Gonzalez and David Hogg, two Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students who had given an interview to CNN.

Gonzalez and Hogg survived the Valentine’s Day massacre at the school that left 17 people dead and dozens of others wounded. Appearing on CNN early Monday morning, the students called for disbanding the NRA and for stricter gun-control laws.

“The fact that you were in power for so long, that you had so much influence for so long in America just goes to show how much time and effort we still need to spend on fixing our country,” Gonzalez said of the NRA. “And gun control is just the first thing right now.”
According to the Tampa Bay Times, Kelly sent an email to the newspaper’s Washington bureau chief, Alex Leary, writing that the two teens “are not students here but actors that travel to various crisis when they happen.”

When the Times asked Kelly to support his claim, he sent a link to a YouTube conspiracy video about Hogg.

“There is a clip on you tube that shows Mr. Hogg out in California. (I guess he transferred?),” Kelly said in the email, according to the newspaper.

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>Natural selection.

I thought Christians don't believe in it?
Wait what? Are you telling that guy to worry about Antifa?

A female dominated group, with a bunch of fat, insecure, soft boys? LOL
Schroedinger's Antifa lol, a dangerous terrorist organization that is simultaneously populated by fat, women, soyboys lol
are you ok

>and a certain president is a muslim

I wonder. Where could they have possibly gotten the idea that Obongo was a mudslime.




What's that? Is that Obongo, himself, saying he's a fucking mudslime? Huh. That's weird. It sure was nice of the unbiased reporter, and not at all DNC employee, to correct him. No, no, mudslime. You're really a Christian!


Daniel Jones — himself a team member of Fusion GPS, self-described former FBI agent and, as we now know from the media, an ex-Feinstein staffer — met with my lawyer, Adam Waldman, and described Fusion as a “shadow media organization helping the government,” funded by a “group of Silicon Valley billionaires and George Soros.” My lawyer testified these facts to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Nov. 3. Mr. Soros is, not coincidentally, also the funder of two “ethics watchdog” NGOs (Democracy 21 and CREW) attacking Rep. Nunes’ committee memo.

A former Obama State Department official, Nuland, has been recently outed as another shadow player, reviewing and disseminating Fusion’s dossier, and reportedly, hundreds of other dossiers over a period of years. “Deep State-proud loyalists” apparently was a Freudian slip, not a joke.

Invented narratives — not “of the people, by the people, for the people,” but rather just from a couple of people, cloaked in the very same hypocritical rhetoric of “freedom” and “democracy” that those are actively undermining — impede internationally shared efforts on the world’s most pressing, real issues, like global health, climate change and the future of energy. My own “Mother Russia” has many problems and challenges, and my country is still in transition from the Soviet regime — a transition some clearly wish us to remain in indefinitely.
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sorry your russia narrative is dying.
Will this rag ever face justice for it's part in all this?

And? Who cares? This country's fate was sealed in the 1960s when both parties decided "fuck white people, we need to import as many coloreds as possible." And it's why I will never fight for this country. I will gladly watch it all burn.

1960: 85.4%
1970: 83.5%
1980: 79.6%
1990: 75.6%
2000: 69.1%
2010: 63.7%
2020: This is the decade we live in a one party (D) state because of voter demographics
2030: This is the decade the US crumbles as a third world shithole because of leftist policies
>My own “Mother Russia” has many problems and challenges, and my country is still in transition from the Soviet regime — a transition some clearly wish us to remain in indefinitely.
Yeah, private organizations passing intelligence material to the government is just like engaging in the mass assassinations of journalists, activists, and dissidents. Russia = US same.
Sorry your Russian.

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DEPENDING on your point of view, Netflix has established itself either as a haven for intelligent, challenging science-fiction drama, or as a dumping ground for follies which were too obviously flawed to merit a theatrical release. First, the streaming giant surprised subscribers by adding “The Cloverfield Paradox” to its catalogue with almost no advance warning. Then came “Mute”, a future-noir thriller directed by Duncan Jones (“Moon”, “Source Code”). Both films offer sci-fi devotees a welcome change from superhero blockbusters and “Star Wars” episodes. Unfortunately, both films are also dreadful: they have 17% and 12% critical ratings on Rotten Tomatoes respectively.

Now Netflix is releasing “Annihilation”, which is written and directed by Alex Garland, the novelist-turned-screenwriter who scripted “28 Days Later” (2002) and “Sunshine” (2007) before making his directorial debut with “Ex Machina” in 2014. It was set to be distributed by Paramount, but when test audiences were nonplussed, and Mr Garland refused to compromise his vision, the studio offloaded “Annihilation” onto Netflix. The film has now been released in American and Chinese cinemas, but elsewhere in the world you will have to watch it at home on your laptop. Some British journalists have lamented that original science-fiction is being pushed out of cinemas by mainstream mega-franchises. But it is hard to watch “Annihilation” without having some sympathy for those Paramount executives who wanted rid of it.

Adapting the award-winning novel by Jeff VanderMeer, Mr Garland has taken a 1980s soldiers-vs-aliens premise and presented as if it were a profound philosophical treatise: he has remade “Predator”, but he imagines it to be Tarkovksy’s “Stalker”.
The scenario is pure pulp fiction. Three years after a meteorite crashed into the base of a Florida lighthouse, the surrounding few miles of landscape are enveloped in a beautiful iridescent force field which looks as if it is made out of carwash bubbles. The area has been designated “The Shimmer”, as if were a lip-gloss brand, and yet everyone manages to use this nickname without laughing.

No one knows what is hiding inside The Shimmer. Nobody who has ventured through the force field’s soapy membrane has come out alive, the sole exception being a soldier (Oscar Isaac) who has been mentally and physically shattered by his experiences. This, you might assume, would be enough to keep his wife, Lina (Natalie Portman), as far away from it as possible, but she immediately volunteers to join the next reconnaissance team (luckily, she is a biology professor and an army veteran). The other members of her all-female task force, played by Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tessa Thompson, Gina Rodriguez and Tuva Novotny, are similarly well-qualified. But despite their expertise and experience, it doesn’t occur to any of them that it might be wise to wear a hazmat suit, a helmet, or any other form of protective clothing.

Inside The Shimmer, the team treks through a verdant fairy-tale forest where the flora and fauna are mutating in weird and wonderful ways: deer’s antlers have sprouted flowers, trees are shaped like human beings. There are also some gigantic animals with gigantic appetites, but Mr Garland stages their attacks with no music and with laidback camerawork and editing, as if he were perversely determined that the scenes shouldn’t be exciting. In general, “Annihilation” is paced as if everyone behind and in front of the camera were dazed and confused. The actors intone their pseudo-scientific dialogue slowly, gazing into the distance, with long pauses and minimal expression, as if they were students putting on an experimental production of a Samuel Beckett play.
Ms Leigh is particularly sleepy: she sounds less like a doctor on a mission than a stoner at a party at 3am.

Presumably, this enervated air is meant to imply that the film is more serious than the average monster movie, but the clunky writing provides plenty of evidence to the contrary. As glum and obscure as it is, “Annihilation” has some silly “let’s split up” decision-making, it has various implausibly cryptic clues left by previous explorers, and it has someone who conveniently inventories her comrades’ defining traumas—“She’s an addict, she has cancer”—so that Mr Garland doesn’t have to go to the bother of developing three-dimensional characters. The film is by no means as shambolic as “The Cloverfield Paradox” or as aimless as “Mute”, but it is tightrope-walking the fine line between open-ended, mind-expanding mystery and lethargic, pretentious twaddle.

Still, if ever a film were saved by its concluding half hour, it is “Annihilation”. When Lina reaches the far side of the psychedelic wonderland, her encounters become properly eerie, thanks to some memorably surreal production design by Mark Digby and a blood-curdling score co-written by Portishead’s Geoff Barrow. At this late point, the film comes close to matching the slithery body horror of “Alien” and the cosmic trippiness of “2001: A Space Odyssey”. You may even wish that you were watching it on a big screen. Before that...not so much.

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>Cape Town is in the grip of a drought widely regarded as the worst in recorded history – one that could see it become the first city in the world to run out of water.

>The city is edging closer to a day – known locally as “Day Zero” – when supplies are so low authorities will have to cut off water to three quarters of the population.

>Far from being a hypothetical scenario, Day Zero has a set date. It is currently expected on 9 July.

>The perfect storm of conditions that led to this drought, specifically three consecutive years of extremely low rainfall, would generally be expected no more than once in a millennium.

>Predicting such “freak” events is tricky for scientists, but one thing is clear: climate change appears to have played a significant role in the Cape’s current misfortune, and it is set to make such events far more likely in the years to come.
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>Every time a cow farts South Africa ebbs closer to chaos
>nigs blame another crisis on whitey

Its climate change and niggers
day zero is a hoax, there are problems but they will be solved

only problem is that if you tell people day zero is off they would all go waste water again and then it will be a problem again

people are stupid
We've been prepared for this for a while. Long before you all did. The only people at risk are the poor. Most of us have enough water stashed away to last us years. We also have plentiful coconuts flarble gargle wool book pakook Wong.


>Washington (CNN)Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offered full-throated support for special counsel Robert Mueller and defended his investigation into Russian election meddling as it weathers criticism in an interview with USA Today published Monday.

>"The special counsel is not an unguided missile," Rosenstein told the newspaper. "I don't believe there is any justification at this point for terminating the special counsel."

>Mueller has been in the crosshairs of President Donald Trump and Republican critics as his probe has unfolded and grown since beginning under Rosenstein's direction in May. The endorsement from Rosenstein, who has oversight of the probe given the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions from matters related to the election, came after reports earlier in the year that Trump had tried to fire Mueller last summer.

>Rosenstein also appeared unfazed by attacks by Trump against him and the wider integrity of the Justice Department, USA Today reported. Four sources told CNN in January that Trump had been venting about Rosenstein in private, and a Tea Party-aligned group spent six figures last month on an advertisement that slammed him as a "weak careerist."

>"I believe much of the criticism will fall by the wayside when people reflect on this era and the Department of Justice," Rosenstein said Monday, not referring to Trump directly. "I'm very confident that when the history of this era is written, it will reflect that the department was operated with integrity."

>In the interview, Rosenstein said his involvement with the probe only represents "a fraction" of his daily work -- estimating that it takes up less than 5% of his week -- and pointed to the DOJ's efforts to combat violent crime and opioid addiction as focuses.
>"Most of the work goes unheralded and un-criticized," he said. "I anticipated that this would be a lower-profile job."

Wichita police are looking for the person who glued this dog's eyes and mouth shut and left it for dead.
I don't know where else to past this and it DID come from a news article. Please do your thing 4chan.

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Fuck I loved old /b/ but don't forget old /b/ also saved dusty the cat. You never knew what was gonna happen on old /b/. Now you know for a fact all you're gonna see is trap threads, loli threads, waifu threads and low quality ylyl threads. That place went downhill FAST
>all these newfags forgetting what /b/ used to do to animal abusers

/Pol/'s reddit recruitment really ruined this place.
Could be ethnic based. Here in western Canada aboriginals see animals as objects. I know of one example in 1994 where a dog was tied to a rock at low tide in Port Hardy, BC by some 1st nations kids. Another incident when a reserve dog was attacked by 2 kids aged 10 with hammers... amazingly the dog survived.

Every dozen years or so dog packs that go feral need to be hunted down near the reserve near Brocket, Alberta. :-/
Not your personal army.

Also, no clue what neo-4chan would do, but it would need to be a cat to get 4chan up in arms to hunt down a fag like that.
kill yourself /b/tard scum

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He is right.
putin finally got something right
I knew putyn visited /pol/
What if it were the jews?


HRC is on a TRIP with HUMA ISIS.
3\11 passed...no video release
where r u Q?
where's HRC indictment?
we wanna fight! we wanna win!

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"Early voting numbers have more than doubled in at least 15 counties for Democrats."
Amber Phillips, MSNBC Live With Hallie Jackson

"In the past two weeks, Democratic voters have shown up in force. Their early voting was up 105% compared to 2014. Early voting among Republicans increased just 15%."
Ali Velshi, MSNBC Live With Velshi And Ruhle

"There's some enthusiasm and excitement on the Democratic side, and an increase in early ballots."
Vaughn Hillyard, MSNBC Live With Craig Melvin

"Guys, people are voting again! In Texas, nearly 50,000 more Democrats than Republicans voted early."
Katy Tur, MSNBC Live With Katy Tur

"Early voting among Democrats has been extraordinarily high."
Chuck Todd, MTP Daily

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(((You))'re so cute
>Islam doesn't agree with liberal values
>Ignores all the liberal Muslims in the nation
Significant portions of the Bible deal with God mandating genocide, and getting angry when the Israelites don't kill all the women and children. It also clearly mandates that slavery is ok, homosexuality is evil, that women should keep their hair covered, and that women should not be allowed to speak in church. It seems to me that all religions are incompatible with progressive society, unless interpreted liberally as we do. The problem to me seems that people like to be evil, and then use religion as an excuse. Even the westboro Baptist Church doesn't make women cover their hair, because strict orthodoxy isn't what they really care about. They just hate the gays and found a convenient excuse to talk about it.
>Significant portions of the Bible deal with God mandating genocide
Good thing those Christians had a reformation.
Hell, even the Jews have had a reform movement since 1926.
What has Islam done to reform retarded beliefs?
>Even the westboro Baptist Church doesn't make women cover their hair
But the Amish and many Orthodox Christians do, as do many orders of Catholic nuns. It's simply an older form of modesty, a la the joke of covering ankles. Western Europeans gave it up centuries ago, while Balkaners and Russians mostly kept it; Indian women show belly even in their formal wear and many tropical women freely dangle their breasts and consider the Western sexualization of them akin to a mass Oedipus complex.
I ignored them because then I'd have to go into liberal vs conservative views of religion and how little one can stick to the tenants of a religion (or religious organization) while still being considered part of that religion (or religious organization). I was afraid that would start a whole "but those people aren't REAL Muslims" argument. But you're right, the conservative view of Christianity is also pretty non-liberal, along with pretty much every other religion. Views change over time, and some religions have adapted to that change (schisms, reformations, etc) while others remain remarkably fixed as institutions. Unfortunately, Islam seems to fall into the second category for much of the world, with conservative elements outnumbering the moderates or more liberal-minded (or at the very least, controlling the loudest megaphone. Like they say, a small group of extremists can be louder than a moderate majority).

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fuck trump and all his supporters
>Its worth it for restructuring the gov though.
Why would you want a retard to restructure the government? Wouldn't the way they restructured it come out...retarded?
>You can't simultaneously believe all races are equal and believe in evolution
yeah people are different, but as far as government is concerned all people should be treated equally under the law
that statement is now ironically considered racist
>Using 4chan banner for post
>Disregarded as bot post

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Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Christopher Coons (D-Del.) will introduce immigration legislation on Monday in an effort to reach a budget deal before the federal government's current funding runs out on Friday, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The bipartisan piece of legislation provides recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, commonly known as "Dreamers," an opportunity for citizenship while ordering a study to figure out what border security measures are needed, according to the Journal.
DACA aimed to protect from deportation certain immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally when they were children.
Senate aides told the Journal that the plan would provide people who have resided in the U.S. since Dec. 31, 2013, with legal status and a path to citizenship.

The Journal reported that the legislation is similar to House legislation introduced by Reps. Will Hurd (R-Texas) and Pete Aguilar (D-Calif.).
“It’s time we end the gridlock so we can quickly move on to completing a long-term budget agreement that provides our men and women in uniform the support they deserve,” McCain said in a statement to the Journal on Sunday.
“While reaching a deal cannot come soon enough for America’s service members, the current political reality demands bipartisan cooperation to address the impending expiration of the DACA program and secure the southern border,” he continued.

The legislation reportedly does not contain immediate funding for the U.S. southern border wall, however, which was one of President Trump's key demands, and is likely to draw the ire of some Republicans.
The plan would also provide more people with a path to citizenship and legal status than Trump's original plan did.

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Depends on the illegals
This is why I voted for Obama in 2008.
the name
Look up the Remittance tax
Yes a good organization that does studies and uses facts. Sorry reality disagree with your world view.

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