Sunday, May 21, 2017

Show Notes 05-19-17

Friday Show 5-19-17

History of FBI
Charles Bonaparte, who was appointed attorney general in March 1907, quickly became convinced that the practice of using Secret Service investigators was a problem.
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Fears of Trump spur near-record cash transfers from US to Mexico
With fears the Trump administration will tax or block south of the border cash transfers, remittances sent to Mexico from the United States jumped 15 percent in March from the same period last year – marking one of the largest cash transfers from Mexicans living north of the border to friends and family back home.
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TWILIGHT ZONE: Mexicans Are Upset About Immigrants Bringing Crime To Their City
Residents of a Mexican city are upset about immigrants causing crime, according to a report from El Universal. The report said that there was a press conference held in Tapachula by a leader of a local group called: “For a different Mexico.”
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Mexico Is Worried About An Influx Of African And Asian Immigrants
Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is concerned about an influx of immigrants into the country from African and Asian countries, according to a report in El Universal.
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Planned Parenthood Enlists 'Faith Leaders' to Condemn Religious Liberty
Soon after President Trump issued his executive order on "Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty," which includes potential "conscience protections" for those with religious objections to certain health insurance mandates, Planned Parenthood issued a press release noting that some "faith leaders" condemned the executive orders.
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SCAM ALERT: H&K Hoax Letters Sent Nationwide – Tell Your Friends
We all know to avoid emails from Nigerian princes claiming that they have a fortune and just need your assistance transferring their money, promising a payout if you comply and provide your SSN, bank account, etc. We all know this is a scheme aimed towards the uninformed.
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