Broadcast live from Trail Ridge Camp, the following are just some of the headlines Jim presented for listener consideration:
–President Trump signs executive order to keep families together while they face
charges or immigration proceedings.
–Democrats were not impressed with Trump’s signing of the executive order. They
turned their focus to the indefinite imprisonment of families.
–Attorney General Jeff Sessions is exploring the possibility of using DNA tests
to verify the parentage of illegal alien adults who attempt to cross into the
U.S. with children.
–Illegal immigrants are increasingly posing with children who are not their own
in order to obtain expedited entrance into the U.S.
–The Obama administrated prosecuted nearly half a million illegals at the border.
–CNN host Brooke Baldwin exposed by National Border Patrol Council Spokesman
–The Department of Homeland Security blasted major U.S. airlines for hastily
restricting cooperation with immigration authorities.
–A 6 year old Costa Rican boy rescued by U.S border patrol agents after he was
abandoned on a border road in Arizona on Tuesday evening.
–Melania Trump calls Secret Service after actor Peter Fonda threatened to kidnap
–An Occupy Wall Street group posted a photo on Twitter showing what to do when
you encounter an ICE agent. The instructions involve the killing of such agents
while pledging to go after their families.
–Nebraska ANTIFA tweeted out a list of the identities of more than 1,500 ICE
–A Florida man is behind bars for allegedly threatening to murder the children of
a Republican congressman amid the national debate over immigration policy.
–The U.S. is withdrawing from the U.N. Human Rights Council due to chronic bias
–In a low-tech form of terrorism, Hamas operatives have launched thousands of
incendiary kites and helium balloons into Israel that have caused considerable
–The U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 1992 ruling giving states the authority to
force online retailers to collect sales tax in states where they have no
–The Justice Department suffers a digital-age defeat at the Supreme Court which
sided with the privacy rights of cell phone users in the dispute over law
enforcement’s tracking of people.
–The Supreme Court ruled narrowly against a group of democratic voters in
Wisconsin who challenged the state’s redistricting maps as being
unconstitutional, partisan gerrymandering.
–A federal judge has struck down a Kansas law requiring voters to prove they are
citizens, even after she admitted that to register to vote you have to be a U.S.
–President Trump is directing the Department of Defense to create a new space
force to be the 6th branch of the U.S. military.
–No fewer than 60 organizations branded as hate groups by the Southern Poverty
Law Center are considering legal action against them.