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Alveda King: Starbucks Should Stop Funding Planned Parenthood if Serious about Ending Racism

“But Starbucks had racism in its corporate identity long before the April arrests,” King wrote in her Washington Examiner op-ed. “Through its corporate donations, Starbucks contributes to one of the most racist organizations in our nation’s history. Planned Parenthood, the largest single provider of abortions in the U.S., performs more than 300,000 terminations each year.”

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TRUMP: Deporting MS-13 Is Cheaper than Jailing Them

“Who the hell wants to take care of them?,” President Donald Trump told graduates of the FBI National Academy while speaking about the MS-13 transnational criminal gang. During his speech in Quantico, Virginia, the commander-in-chief said it was cheaper to deport the hyper-violent gang members than to jail them.

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Three Texas Students Accused of Promoting Prostitution, Drugs

The police department serving a north Texas university issued arrest warrants for three students in connection with possible organized criminal activity–two who stand accused of promoting prostitution and a third, solely on drug possession.

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Politico: Conservative Media Like Breitbart Built the Conservative Movement

Nicole Hemmer, the Assistant Professor of Presidential Studies at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center, provided Politico an excerpt of her new book, “Messengers of the Right: Conservative Media and the Transformation of American Politics.” As Hemmer explains in her preface, conservative media outlets like Breitbart have historically provided the backbone of the conservative movement in America.

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Reagan’s Would-Be Assassin to be Released From Mental Hospital

The man who tried to shoot and kill President Ronald Reagan in 1981 is set to be released from a Washington, D.C., mental hospital. A federal judge has granted John Hinckley, Jr. a “full time convalescent leave” to live in Virginia.

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Texas AG Fires Off Letter to Fort Worth ISD Over Transgender Bathroom Policy

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has fired off a letter to the president of Fort Worth Independent School District (ISD) saying he has a “strong concern” that the school district’s “Transgender Student Guidelines” violates parents rights to information. He also said the policies are motivated by a misguided view of federal law.

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Repeat Sex Offender ‘Babysitter’ Gets 50 Years for Producing Child Porn

A Texas coastal resident has been sentenced to fifty years in federal prison after pleading guilty to producing child pornography. The man and his girlfriend had advertised on Craigs List saying they would provide babysitting services. He was found to be engaging in producing child porn when authorities investigated a call for sexual assault of a child.

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Sandra Bland Special Prosecutors and Grand Jury Racially Diverse

HOUSTON, Texas — The grand jurors who are hearing the evidence in the Sandra Bland cases, and the special prosecutors who were appointed to serve in the case, are racially diverse and include two black special prosecutors, and three blacks and one Hispanic on the grand jury.

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Sotomayor Chastises SCOTUS for ‘Shoot First, Think Later’ Ruling in Texas Police Case

The Supreme Court of the United States issued a per curium decision today reversing a 2014 U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit opinion holding that a Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) trooper was not entitled to be granted qualified immunity. The officer had used deadly force to stop a driver in a high-speed car chase. Justice Sotomayor chastised the court for allowing a “shoot first, think later approach to policing.”

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Texas Teacher Resigns, Arrested for Being Drunk at School

A West Texas biology teacher who was accused of being drunk at school and was subsequently arrested at school for public intoxication has now resigned from her post. School was barely back in session from the time the inebriated educator was taken into custody to when she turned in her resignation letter.