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On Wednesday Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement from the Supreme Court.

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The Washington Post reported on June 25th, 2018, a group of protesters shut down ICE facility in Portland. “After the candles were blown out, some of the demonstrators decided to stay, stumbling onto a more effective form of protest with a simple line of reasoning: ICE cannot deport people if immigration judges, lawyers and litigants cannot physically enter its facilities.”

Oregonlive reported on June 21st, 2018, “that A self-proclaimed anti-fascist activist mined the professional networking service LinkedIn for the public profiles of anyone currently employed by ICE on Tuesday, posting his findings in a now-defunct Medium blog post.”


FBI agent Peter Strzok, the agent who sent “anti-Trump,” texts and emails, to his co-worker and woman he was alleged to be having an affair with, Lisa Page, testified Wednesday on the Hill, CNN reports the testimony lasted 11 hours in several sessions both classified and unclassified.

CNN reports that according to democrats that questioned Strzok about the messages replied that Strozk called them “private and inmate.”

The republicans feel that Strozk shouldn’t be taken at face value, “I would expect any witness to suggest they’ve looked at this impartially. … I don’t know how any reasonable person reads the texts and concludes there was not bias,” Rep Mark Meadows (R-NC) said and added, “If you have an intimate personal conversation between two people — that normally would show the intent.”

The Washington Post among other media outlets have information about the hacking and social media election meddling.

For what it’s worth, American National Security Agencies have all concluded that Russia did actively seek to meddle in the 2016 national election.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller was appointed in May 17th, 2017, he was removed from the Mueller probe, late July 2017. The News Blender for more.

Journal Sentinel a Milwaukee based outlet of the USA Today Network reported on Thursday that the Taiwan based Foxconn plans for the complex that President Trump helped launch on Thursday, have been slightly altered, though the company explained in a statement to the Sentinel, “Our plans for our Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park, including the size of our Wisconsin facility, remain unchanged and they are linked to our commitment to this significant investment and to meeting all contractual obligations with the relevant government agencies,” and adds, they always planned to build the complex that is expected to employee 13,000 people in phases.

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