5-Time Deportee, Killer Of Kate Steinle Found “Not Guilty” By San Francisco Officials

December 5, 2017 James Baker 0

A jury has just found Jose Garcia Zarate, the 45-year-old multiple deportee responsible for the death of Kate Steinle, not guilty. He was acquitted not only of murder, but also of involuntary manslaughter and assault with a deadly weapon. Instead, he will receive no punishment. Federal immigration officials plan to deport him, but it is unlikely that San Francisco authorities will be very cooperative. It is also unlikely that deportation will be a successful measure against Mr. Zarate, as he has already been deported 5 times previously—a fact of the case that sparked national outrage in the sphere of immigration (Read More)

Pentagon Unable To Release One Piece Of Critical Information On U.S. Troops

December 2, 2017 James Baker 0

The Pentagon is unable to say, or otherwise refuses to communicate the number of troops currently deployed to the middle-eastern battlefields of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria. The long-standing controversy on the real number of deployed troops—and where they actually are—has reached a boiling point as Pentagon officials dispute the latest Defense Manpower report. Pentagon spokesman and Army Colonel Robert Manning insists the report cannot be relied upon: “Those numbers are not meant to represent an accurate accounting.” Furthermore, he included that previous reports submitted to the Defense Manpower Data center were “routinely over and under” and simply provided a “snapshot” (Read More)

GOP Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Comes Forward With Breaking Victory Announcement

December 1, 2017 James Baker 0

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell with much excitement in his eyes announced on Friday that the GOP in the Senate successfully came together: “We have the votes,” he exclaimed. The bill in question is the GOP’s tax-cut proposition to remove over $14 trillion in excessive government taxation. The Senate leadership has been under much pressure to successfully deliver on the tax cuts after failing to repeal and replace Obamacare earlier this summer in July, and again later in September. Senator Jeff Flake has been a loud opponent of President Trump and originally opposed the bill claiming it would cause federal (Read More)

President Trump, Mattis Release Breaking Announcement As North Korean Launch Overreaches International Space Station

November 29, 2017 James Baker 0

After months of radio silence, North Korea has launched a ballistic missile—the largest and most successful of their tests thus far. Defense Secretary Mattis confirmed these reports in a statement given alongside President Trump on Tuesday. “North Korea launched an intercontinental ballistic missile. It went higher, frankly, than any previous shot they’ve taken. It’s a research and development effort on their part to continue building ballistic missiles that can threaten everywhere in the world basically.” North Korean media produced a special televised program, announcing their new Hwasong-15 nuclear-ready ICBM and celebrating its “significant” power over previously-tested missiles. Unlike many of (Read More)

GOP Senators Now Uniting To Save Air Force Colonel As He’s Stripped Of Everything

November 26, 2017 James Baker 0

Several key U.S. Senators have united to defend the Air Force Colonel who was relieved of his command after refusing to forfeit his religious beliefs. Signing a letter in support of the airman, Senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Roy Blunt are just three of the legislators joining forces in the Senate to stop what they feel is unacceptable and damaging to the First Amendment—specifically the freedom of religion. Colonel Leland Bohannon was asked to sign off on a routine handful of documents for a retiring sergeant. The practice includes a “certificate of appreciation” provided to the spouse which is (Read More)