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Justice Department Attempts to Suppress Evidence That the Border Patrol Targeted Humanitarian Volunteers

Ryan Devereaux reports in the Intercept:

FOUR VOLUNTEERS WITH a faith-based humanitarian group drove onto a remote wilderness refuge in southern Arizona last summer hoping to prevent an unnecessary loss of life.

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Daily Life

The murder evidence evaporated, but Jeffrey Havard still sits in a Mississippi prison

The American criminal-justice system is atrocious. Radley Balko reports in the Washington Post:

In 2002, Jeffrey Havard was convicted in Mississippi of sexually abusing and killing Chloe Britt, the 6-month-old daughter of Rebecca Britt, his girlfriend.

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Government

INEC says Governorship polls is inconclusive as PDP leads APC with 353 votes

Osun governorship election has been declared inconclusive by INEC with PDP leading APC with 353 votes.
INEC chairman, Yakubu Mahmood. (NAN)

The Osun state governorship election have ended with the result… 840 more words

News

Christine Blasey Heads Stanford's CIA Internship Program

“The Left has gone stark raving mad!”

Dr. Christine Blasey heads Stanford University’s CIA Undergraduate Internship Program. She is accusing Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh of misconduct. 267 more words

Government

Guyana: New airport Arrivals Terminal officially opens

New airport Arrivals Terminal officially opens

Kaieteur News – 23 September 2018

The US$150M airport expansion at Timehri entered a critical phase with the new Arrivals Terminal, at the south of the old terminal, officially opened yesterday. 76 more words

Guyana

Time To Pull The Plug On Electric Vehicle Handouts For The Rich

By Nicolas Loris and David Grogan ~

Earlier this year, Congress passed an irresponsible budget bill that included handouts for electric vehicle owners and alternative fuels. 784 more words

Public Opinion

oldbrew reblogged this on Tallbloke's Talkshop and commented:

. How long does an introductory incentive period for EVs have to go on for? The hefty subsidies have to come out of finite state budgets.