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Obama’s Secret 9 Month Amnesty Project

(Politico) - Nine months ago, the new Homeland Security secretary, Jeh Johnson, received a request from the White House. President Obama wanted him to personally take on perhaps the administration’s toughest political assignment: looking for creative ways to fix America’s immigration system without congressional action—or executive overreach.

Just four months into the job, Johnson had been prepared to take on tough security issues: Bombs on planes. Deadly diseases. Radical Islamists carrying U.S. passports. As the Pentagon’s chief counsel, Johnson had routinely dealt with contentious national security matters, finding himself in the midst of sensitive political fights like whether and how to close Guantanamo Bay, allowing gays in the military, and the rapid expansion of America’s killer drone program.

He wasn’t prepared for a crisis of purely political making.

Just days earlier Obama had been labeled the “deporter in chief” by a top Hispanic leader and ally, furious over the inaction by a president who seemed trapped between the demands of his supporters to allow millions of long-time residents who lacked documentation to stay in the country, and the seemingly endless foot-dragging of Republicans...(MORE)


School Expels Child Over Vaccine That Even the Doctor Refuses to Give

Started by Asst Natl Dir Melony B. DeFord in Health. Last reply by Steven G. Elliott 1SG USA (RET) 3 minutes ago. 6 Replies

Obama Proclaims a Nearly ‘Godless’ Thanksgiving

Started by Asst Natl Dir Melony B. DeFord in General/Potpourri. Last reply by roy veteto 5 minutes ago. 14 Replies

White teen killed by black cop in Alabama mirrors Ferguson

Started by Asst Natl Dir Melony B. DeFord in General/Potpourri. Last reply by Marilyn Calkins 24 minutes ago. 23 Replies

4,000 to 1: Mass. town fights sole protester who boots ‘Christmas’ from calendar

Started by National Director, Dee in Tyranny. Last reply by Christine Puliselic 27 minutes ago. 35 Replies

USMC Vietnam Vet

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Obama Set to Release More Detainees From Guantanamo

(Newsmax) - More detainees are slowly and quietly being released from U.S. detention in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Five captives were released last week and more are set for December, although defense officials have been vague about numbers, the Journal said.

Just 143 detainees remain at the facility now, down from a high of close to 800 in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

As President Barack Obama has said he favors closing Guantanamo entirely, some Republicans including U.S. Rep. Buck McKeon, who chairs the House Armed Services Committee, have raised concerns. The California lawmaker has complained that the numbers of detainees set for transfer by the administration is rising, the Journal reported.

The releases have also turned political. While Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel must approve transfers out, he apparently tangled with the White House over his pace, favoring a full investigation to ensure the captives would not be a risk to U.S. security once freed, Politico reported...(MORE)




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