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Cowardly Donald Trump Sends Jeff Sessions Out To Officially Announce Plans To Phase Out Obama's DACA Program!

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Don't dream it's over yet, Dreamers.

The Trump administration has officially announced it is phasing out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program over the next six months.

This policy protects almost 800,000 people — young people raised in America, mind you — from deportation, and Trump's promise to take it away has been regarded as one of the cruelest decisions made by a president in modern history.

Related: Trump Spends Labor Day Highlighting Non-USA Made Products!

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the decision on Tuesday at the Department of Justice, saying Homeland Security had been asked to conduct an "orderly, lawful wind-down" of the "unconstitutional" program implemented by Barack Obama in 2012.

Those who were brought into the US illegally as children had been granted temporary protection from deportation due to Obama's executive action.

Now, it looks like their fates are in the hands of Congress, which has six months to pass a law that would regulate the status of these Dreamers — and POTUS is already counting down the days:

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Ever Looked Into Trump Protests Online? The Justice Department Is Trying To Get Your Name & Address

Filed under: Legal MattersPolitikDonald TrumpTech Talk

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We better hope Robert Mueller's investigation goes somewhere fast. That or Republicans come to their senses and reclaim their principles to kick out Donald Trump.

OK, probably just the first one.

Because the longer he stays in office, the longer all of us opposed to the POTUS — that is, roughly 61% of the population at this point — are in danger of ending up on Big Brother's bad side.

Related: Trump's Endorsement Of Confederacy-Loving White Nationalists Just Lost Him America's Unions!

The Justice Department under Trump lackey Jeff Sessions is requesting via search warrant detailed information on approximately 1.3 million visitors to a Trump protest organization website.

In a blog post explaining their decision to fight back, wed hosting provider Dreamhost contends this request is unconstitutional:

"That information could be used to identify any individuals who used this site to exercise and express political speech protected under the Constitution's First Amendment. That should be enough to set alarm bells off in anyone's mind."

What possible cause could they have for getting the identities and other info of site visitors? The warrant refers to

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The FBI Is Officially Investigating Donald Trump's Ties To Russia During 2016 Election & Says Wiretapping Investigation Turned Up NOTHING!

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The FBI is officially investigating Trump's Russia ties.

It's happening at last!

After endless speculation that Donald Trump's people were in cahoots with Russia during the 2016 election, the FBI is finally investigating. Took them long enough!

Related: Third White House Scare In A Week!

During a hearing, FBI Director James Comey confirmed the investigation, saying:

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Ralph Lauren Pays $1.6 Million In Fees For Overseas Bribery Charges!

Ralph Lauren forks over $1.6 million in bribery fines

We just can't quite conceive of Ralph Lauren bribing anyone.

He seems so wholesome and all-American!

After being charged with overseas bribery, the designer has agreed to pay the government to the tune of $1.6 million to settle the claims.

The bribes were made in Argentina between 2005 and 2009 by a company manager, and included paying customs officials about $593,000 in exchange for making it easier to import the company's goods into the country, as well as gifting government officials with the $22,500 "Ricky" handbag, among other Ralph Lauren goods.

In a move of integrity, the designer's company

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Horrible. Innocent Teenager Murdered In Cold Blood And Killer Not Arrested Because Of Florida Self-Defense Law.

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This is absolutely horrible.

A 17-year-old teenager named Trayvon Martin was killed three weeks ago in a city north of Orlando, Florida by a neighborhood crime watch volunteer who went out of his way to shoot him - even though he was carrying nothing but a bag of Skittles and a can of iced tea. However, this guy is claiming the horrific act was in self-defense - and he has NOT been arrested!

Naturally, public outry is mounting, and the lawyers for the poor kid's family are now asking the Department of Justice to intervene!

The Sanford Police Department has not released any details of their investigation, but have released the multiple 911 calls that came in after neighbors heard what was going on, and believe us when we say it is absolutely CLEAR that this was not an act done out of self-defense.

WARNING: This is extremely unsettling and not easy to listen to.

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The War Is On: "Anonymous" Hackers Shut Down MPAA, Department of Justice, RIAA & Universal Music Websites

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This one is for Megaupload!

The online group protesting SOPA known as "Anonymous" has begun their retaliation against those who seek to close off the Internet by taking down major websites.

Operatives for "Anonymous" started targeting sites of contributing corporations after Megaupload was officially shut down and four people linked to the popular file sharing website were arrested. Their first target were the Department of Justice and Universal Music Group, the largest record company in the United States. Then came the downfall of RIAA and MPAA.

And this won't be the end! In fact, one member of the movement promises “more is coming” if more isn't done to stop the attack on the web.

This is about to get ugly! No doubt, these major corporations are NOT going to stand for this kind of fight. Wonder what site will be the next casualty.

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