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Communist Antifa Members Burn Effigy of President Trump

Members of the Los Angeles cell of the Red Guards, an “Antifa” group, hung an effigy of President Donald Trump during their May Day celebrations and protests in Boyle Heights last week, and called for a violent revolution against the “capitalist state.”

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Courts Block DHS Review of Refugee Threats

Progressive lawyers and judges have frozen the Department of Homeland Security’s effort to minimize security threats from each year’s wave of government-approved refugees, even though the FBI says it is investigating and watching 300 foreign radicals who were invited into the country via the refugee programs.

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Willie Brown: Free Speech Is ‘Being Buried in Berkeley’

Willie Brown, the first African-American mayor of San Francisco, has used his latest San Francisco Chronicle column to condemn liberal intolerance at the University of California, Berkeley towards conservative speakers as the reversal of that campus’s free speech legacy.

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Treason: Dangerous Agenda Behind S.F. Sanctuary City Group

Leaders of the community organizing group that has aligned with San Francisco Supervisor John Avalos to expand the controversial “sanctuary city” laws that prevent local law enforcement from communicating with federal immigration enforcement agencies actually have an even more dangerous and bizarre agenda: enabling Chicanos to secede from the United States and form their own nation state in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.

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Georgia Man Pleads Guilty to Attempting to Join ISIS

MyFoxAtlanta reports that Leon Nathan Davis, a 37-year-old resident of Augusta, Georgia, has pleaded guilty in federal court on charges of “helping and attempting to join the ISIS terrorist organization.” Prosecutors say he could be looking at up to “15 years in prison, a lifetime of supervised release, and a $250,000 fine.”

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The NSC: ‘Radical Wing’ of Obama White House

The National Security Council (NSC) is meant to serve as “the President’s principal forum for considering national security and foreign policy matters with his senior national security advisors and cabinet officials. Increasingly, it is a repository for radicals whose ideas are too extreme for public scrutiny, and who would never pass congressional muster. The latest case is the NSC’s hosting last month of a Palestinian-American teenager, Tariq Khdeir, who was beaten by Israeli police in 2014.

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