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Friday, January 27, 2023

Days before then-President Donald Trump left the White House, federal prosecutors in New York discussed whether to potentially charge Trump with campaign finance crimes once he was out of office, according to a new book from CNN senior legal analyst Elie Honig. read more

Sunday, December 11, 2022

A Patti LaBelle concert at the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee was abruptly halted Saturday night when the star was rushed off the stage due to a bomb threat, organizers said. read more

Sunday, December 04, 2022

Stephen Collinson: A trio of new defeats extended former President Donald Trump's legal losing streak as he seeks to delay or avoid scrutiny over his hoarding of classified documents and his 2020 election chicanery. read more

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A man called a non-emergency police line to report a 9-year-old Black girl who was spraying spotted lantern flies in Caldwell, New Jersey.

Friday, November 04, 2022

A federal judge on Tuesday ordered Donald Trump adviser Kash Patel to testify before a grand jury investigating the handling of federal records at Mar-a-Lago, according to two people familiar with the investigation. read more


It is unfortunate that border cities have used migrants as tools to make a point but they have and the point has been made. The federal government has to step up its efforts to resettle migrants and not leave it solely up to border cities/states to deal with the problem of housing and caring for migrants.

Set up migrant centers (ala Ellis Island) in sparsely populated areas in multiple states to receive migrants. Adorn the entrances of each of these centers with a mini Statue of Liberty! Once they arrive at the center, all of their immediate needs (i.e. food, clothing, shelter, medical attention) would be met. That would immediately be followed by a legal review of their right to be here. If not permitted to stay, they would immediately be deported to their home country (or Mexico if their home country wouldn't accept them). If allowed to stay, they would be turned over to a sponsor/organization willing and able to help them resettle. If there is no sponsor/organization willing to accept them after x months in the center, they will be deported.

A stipend would be paid to the sponsor/organization for each migrant they help resettle. This time limited stipend would expire after x months or when the migrant found a self sustaining job; whichever comes first. If the migrant is not self-sustaining after x months and the sponsor/organization is unwilling to support them, the migrant would be deported.

If a migrant is self-sustaining for x years, they will be given a green card and allowed to permanently stay in the US.

Sponsors/Organizations would be evaluated on their ability to help migrants resettle. If they are good at it, they will be kept in the program and maybe given a bonus depending on their success rate; if not, they will be dropped.

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