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Irene Sendler

I want to do this.

Apparently we're not allowed to bomb Syria because we withdrew from the Paris Accords

or something.

And this knucklehead teaches at Columbia University.

Instant Justice: Yonel Hernandez-Velasco Tries To Kidnap 3-Year Old Girl Dad Crushes Him

A father in California caught a man allegedly attempting to kidnap his 3-year-old daughter and left him with a bloody face.

The man’s daughter was playing at a park outside of Sacramento, Calif., while her mother and the mother’s boyfriend were walking their dog nearby. Yonel Hernandez-Velasco, 26, allegedly walked up to the girl, grabbed her hand and began “skipping” away with her, The Sacramento Bee reported.

The mother then called the girl’s father, Fred Cantrell Jr., who lives across the street from the park. When he heard what was happening, he rushed over and confronted Hernandez-Velasco who was reportedly acting “aggressively.”

Hernandez-Velasco pulled out a pair of handcuffs, which he tried to use as brass knuckles, and began running at Cantrell Jr. The girl’s father immediately punched Hernandez-Velasco in the face, knocking him to the ground.

Hernandez-Velasco then got back up and charged Cantrell Jr. again, and was punched again. The second punch left Hernandez-Velasco on the ground until authorities arrived to the scene.

It's actually happened: Congress drafts articles of impeachment

Comey admits he was more concerned about his job than the truth or law.

Mulvaney in Senate testimony: I'm required to be here, but not to answer your questions

Mick Mulvaney, the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), told a Senate panel on Thursday that he's not legally bound to answer lawmakers' questions, only to appear before them, in comments meant to stress his agency's independence.

"While I have to be here by statute, I don't think I have to answer your questions," Mulvaney told the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee. "If you take a look at the actual statute that requires me to be here, it says that I 'shall appear' before the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs of the Senate. And I'm here and I'm happy to do it."

This is what Sen. Warren and her tribe insisted on creating; they just never imagined being out of power.

Facebook, Zuckerberg, Diamond & Silk

Any FDR Democrats in the house?

Just curious if anyone still holds that inexplicable fascination.

Leftist feminists tell us women are raped, abused, harassed continually by men.

Yet, they resent women asserting their right to keep and bear arms.

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