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October 19, 2018

After ICE Raid, A Shortage Of Welders In Tigertown, Texas

Filed under: Political, News, Questions, Bigotry, Race, Reason — Scottie @ 13:05

Much more at the link.    Hugs

On the one hand, Texas is a staunch law-and-order state where conservatives support Trump’s immigration agenda; on the other hand, Jillson says, if ICE is too successful, “employers are wondering where they’re going to find people to man their businesses if American high school graduates aren’t going to do it.”

Every morning, a group of retirees meets at the Dairy Queen in the county seat of Paris to drink coffee and mull over the state of the nation.

“This country will not survive if we don’t straighten the way [immigrants] can come over here and work. Because I guarantee you Americans are not gonna do it,” says Alan Helberg, a former hospital administrator. His buddy, retired dentist Jerry Akers, chimes in, “Congress needs to get off their duff and pass some meaningful legislation to where people can come here and work legally and not have to be afraid of getting uprooted.”

Comprehensive immigration reform is, so far, dead in the water in the gridlocked Congress. And back at Tigertown, some trailer manufacturers say that if they can’t find enough welders, they would consider moving their entire operations to Mexico.

October 17, 2018

If you can help please do.

Filed under: Bigotry, News, Political, Questions, Race — Scottie @ 15:11

Again, yes it happened again.

Filed under: News, Questions, Bigotry, Race, Children, Family — Scottie @ 12:54

October 16, 2018

Again a white woman calls police on a black man for being in the building he lives in. This shit has to stop

Filed under: Bigotry, Harm, News, Race, Sad — Scottie @ 09:01

story at :

In three videos posted to Facebook by the man, D’Arreion Toles, a woman is first seen blocking Toles’ entry into the downtown residential building. When he asks her to “please move, ma’am,” she demands to know if he is a resident.

The uncomfortable exchange continues for several minutes, with the woman asking Toles for his unit number and to see his key fob for the building. The videos have been shared more than 134,000 times since they were posted online Saturday.

“I’m uncomfortable,” she said, explaining why she continued to block his way.

“OK, you can be uncomfortable,” Toles answers. “That’s your discretion. You’re uncomfortable because of you.”

The woman is then seen following Toles in the building and trying to block his way into the elevator. Once inside, she follows him to his floor while continuing to ask to see his keys. “I want to see who you’re going to see,” she tells him.

Dangerous temperament

Filed under: Asshole / Jerk, Bigotry, Cartoons, Memes, News, Political, Questions, Race — Scottie @ 08:11

(cartoon by Adam Zyglis)

(cartoon by Steve Sack)

(story here) .. (cartoon by Rob Rogers)

(cartoon by Mike Luckovitch)

(cartoon by Mike Luckovitch)

October 12, 2018

Man Guilty Of Babysitting While Black

Filed under: Bigotry, Children, News, Political, Questions, Race — Scottie @ 15:27

October 11, 2018

Baby sitting while black, I posted about this before.

Filed under: Bigotry, Children, Harm, News, Questions, Race — Scottie @ 16:58

October 10, 2018

republicans can not win with ideas , so they must prevent voters from voting

Filed under: Bigotry, Economics, Harm, News, Political, Questions, Race, Reason — Scottie @ 19:34

Voting rights become a flash point in Georgia governor’s race

“I’ve always voted. I try to not miss any elections, including local ones,” Appling-Nunez said.

She tried re-registering, but with about one month left before a November election that will decide a governor’s race and some competitive U.S. House races, Appling-Nunez’s application is one of over 53,000 sitting on hold with Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s office. And unlike Appling-Nunez, many people on that list — which is predominantly black, according to an analysis by The Associated Press — may not even know their voter registration has been held up.

But through a process that Kemp calls voter roll maintenance and his opponents call voter roll purges, Kemp’s office has cancelled over 1.4 million voter registrations since 2012. Nearly 670,000 registrations were cancelled in 2017 alone.

An analysis of the records obtained by The Associated Press reveals racial disparity in the process. Georgia’s population is approximately 32 percent black, according to the U.S. Census, but the list of voter registrations on hold with Kemp’s office is nearly 70 percent black.

“We’ve shown that this process disproportionately prevents minority applicants from getting on the voter registration rolls,” Julie Houk, special counsel for the Washington based Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, said in an interview. With that in mind, she called it “kind of astounding” that Georgia legislators wrote it into state law in 2017.

September 23, 2018

Immigrant Parents Face Arrests, Tougher Rules As They Try To Get Their Kids Back

Filed under: Bigotry, Children, Family, Harm, News, Political, Questions, Race — Scottie @ 10:41

More information at the link.   Hugs

The drama of parents being separated from their children at the border dominated the headlines this year, but thousands of immigrant families are experiencing a similar frustration: the increasing hurdles they must surmount to take custody of sons, daughters and relatives who crossed the border on their own.

The Trump administration has imposed more stringent rules and vetting for family members to get these children back as part of an across-the-board hardening of immigration policy.

As a result, family members are struggling to comply with the new requirement, keeping children in detention longer and helping the number of migrant kids in government custody soar to the highest levels ever. Federal officials insist the policies are about ensuring the safety of children.

More than 12,000 children are now in government shelters, compared with 2,400 in May 2017. The average length that children spend in detention has increased from 40 days in fiscal year 2016 to 59 in fiscal year 2018, according to federal data.

The requirements include the submission of fingerprints by all adults in the household where a migrant child will live. These sponsors — the term the U.S. uses for adults who take custody of immigrant children — are also subject to more background checks, proofs of income and home visits, lawyers say.

And this information is now be shared with Immigration and Customs Enforcement — something that did not occur in the past. ICE said this week that the agency has arrested 41 sponsors since the agencies started sharing information in June.

September 20, 2018

Reporter HARRASSING Black Hurricane Survivors for Ratings

Filed under: Asshole / Jerk, Bigotry, Political, Questions, Race, Reason — Scottie @ 16:16

With more immigrant children in detention, HHS cuts funds for other programs — like cancer research

These are children.  Notice in all the pictures I have seen where the children are moved around, they have to walk single file like convicts.   Look at the pictures.  These are little kids living this life.   Kids that reach the age of 18 are transferred to adult detention / jail.   This is on the people of the US, we will be remembered for this in history.   Hugs

In a letter sent to Sen. Patty Murray, D.-Wash., and obtained by Yahoo News, HHS Secretary Alex Azar outlined his plan to reallocate up to $266 million in funding for the current fiscal year, which ends on Sept. 30, to the Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) program in the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR).

Nearly $80 million of that money will come from other refugee support programs within ORR, which have seen their needs significantly diminished as the Trump administration makes drastic cuts to the annual refugee numbers. The rest is being taken from other programs, including $16.7 million from Head Start, $5.7 million from the Ryan White HIV/AIDS program and $13.3 million from the National Cancer Institute. Money is also being diverted from programs dedicated to mental and maternal health, women’s shelters and substance abuse. 

According to data from the Office of Refugee Resettlement obtained by Yahoo News, there were 13,312 immigrant children in federal custody as of Wednesday, Sept. 19, with ORR’s existing facilities at 92 percent capacity.

“This is not a story about a historically large surge in arrivals,” said Mark Greenberg, a former official with HHS’s Administration for Children and Families. “The story is fundamentally about a significant slowdown in children being released from care.”

In March, Yahoo News reported that a new policy requiring ORR Director Scott Lloyd to personally approve the release of certain children resulted in many remaining in custody longer, even after a proper sponsor had been approved. Lawyers representing the children and immigration advocates said they were being falsely suspected of gang affiliations. More and more aged out of custody and were transferred to adult detention facilities on their 18th birthdays. In response to a lawsuit by the New York Civil Liberties Union, a New York federal judge in June determined that Lloyd had violated the federal Administrative Procedure Act by enacting the policy almost immediately upon being sworn in as director, “with no record demonstrating the need for change,” and ordered him to halt it.


Yes he is a racist.

Filed under: Bigotry, News, Political, Questions, Race — Scottie @ 10:25


September 17, 2018

Poland is pushing the EU into crisis

Filed under: Bigotry, History, News, Political, Questions, Race, You Tube — Scottie @ 10:00

Notice how similar these actions are to the tRump crew.  Racist white power groups taking over the government.   Hugs

September 16, 2018

Dave Chappelle on Botham Jean

Filed under: Bigotry, News, Political, Questions, Race — Scottie @ 16:42

September 15, 2018

Coast Guard Member Yanked Over White Power Sign

Filed under: Bigotry, News, Political, Questions, Race, Twitter — Scottie @ 12:32

A US Coast Guard member was yanked from his duties on the Hurricane Florence response team after making an “offensive” hand symbol during a MSNBC live TV segment, officials said.

This comes a little more than a week after Republican operative Zina Bash ignited a Twitter controversy when some viewers thought she flashed the symbol during Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing. Some considered it a brazen public promotion of white supremacy during a high-profile government preceding, a theory that went viral in the days after the hearing.

September 12, 2018

More racism. Note the guy did not even live in the building but he was not letting any visiting black guys on.

Filed under: Asshole / Jerk, Bigotry, Gun Control, Harm, News, Political, Questions, Race, Sad, Twitter — Scottie @ 11:10

September 8, 2018

Double standards

Filed under: Bigotry, Cartoons, Memes, News, Political, Questions, Race, Reason — Scottie @ 07:14

(cartoon by Paul Fell)

September 1, 2018

GOP Flack Quits After Calling NFL Players “Baboons”

Filed under: Bigotry, News, Political, Questions, Race — Scottie @ 13:33


August 31, 2018

FLORIDA: Nazis Make Racist Robocalls Against Gillum

Filed under: Bigotry, Harm, News, Political, Race, Twitter — Scottie @ 18:58


The racists can’t help themselves. This should be illegal.

Filed under: Bigotry, Criminal, Harm, News, Political, Questions, Race — Scottie @ 16:02


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