10 thoughts on “News/Politics 3-28-18

  1. From NewsMaxx:

    i>China said on Wednesday North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pledged to denuclearize the Korean peninsula during an historic meeting in Beijing with President Xi Jinping, who promised China would uphold its friendship with its isolated neighbor.

    After two days of speculation, China and North Korea both confirmed on Wednesday that Kim had visited Beijing and met Xi during what China’s official Xinhua news agency called an unofficial visit from Sunday to Wednesday.

    Read Newsmax Article: China Says NKorea Pledges Denuclearization During Friendly Visit | Newsmax.com

    This would solve lots of problems. Unless N Korea thinks it could win a non-nuclear war with S. Korea. But they don’t have resources for sustained conflict. .

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  2. California’s new sanctuary laws are drawing critics and lawsuits from all over the US.


    “Earlier this month, we noted that California faced a lawsuit from the Department of Justice over its new status as a “Sanctuary State“.
    Several red and purple states have now boarded this particular “Trump Train”.

    Texas and more than a dozen other states led by Republican governors got behind the Trump administration on Monday in its lawsuit over California’s so-called sanctuary laws that protect people in the U.S. illegally.

    California’s laws are designed to interfere with or block federal immigration enforcement but the state does not have that authority, the other states said in a court filing in the U.S. Department of Justice’s lawsuit against California. The filing in federal court in Sacramento supports the Justice Department’s attempt to block the laws.

    The states who have filed currently are Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, and West Virginia. The filings argue that California’s laws should be blocked on the same grounds that the SCOTUS struck down Arizona’s 2010 immigration law.

    “States aren’t the only entities jumping on the bandwagon. Tuesday, California’s own Orange County unanimously voted to join the lawsuit. ABC7 reported:

    The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to join the Trump administration to challenge California’s sanctuary law.

    The board held a closed-door meeting on whether to join the government’s lawsuit against the state over the law, which bars police in many cases from turning over suspects to federal immigration agents for deportation.

    The board voted 4-0 to pass a resolution that blasts the state’s sanctuary law.

    “We must be certain that we are not providing assistance to undocumented immigrants who have chosen not to follow the rules. We need to look at every tool available to ensure public safety in the general public and homeless population,” said Supervisor Lisa Bartlett.

    The supervisors also said they’re going to legally challenge the state’s law in court.”

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  3. QoD

    I heard on the radio that the marching children want the Second Amendment repealed.
    I see where a former Supreme Court Judge thinks the 2nd Amendment should be repealed.

    Question: What do you think would hap[en if the second amendment were repealed?

    I think lots of criminals would have guns.
    I would not sell insurance to someone trying to enforce it.

    I heard, same program that Debbie Whatsername Shultz wants ammunition to e $5000 per bullet. I can answer that. There would be a colossal black market for bullets for as little as $5.00 each.

    I don’t mean to be disrespectful, but only an idiot would come up with such ideas.

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  4. If few could get all of Korea declared a gun free zone, our problems would be solved.
    Then we could make Syria a gun free zone.
    Makes as much sense.

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