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Alias - HABanero(passion) E-9-1-1(career, retired telco engineering) HHC 3rd Bde, 2nd Inf Div, Korea DMZ HHC 197th Bde, 3rd Army, Ft. Benning Ga

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If you are a trans service member or reservist please contact me.

If you know a trans service member or reservist tell them to contact me.


Here comes the hate

After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow......


....Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military. Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming.....


....victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail. Thank you


Mississippi police kill man serving warrant at wrong house

Source: UPI

July 26 (UPI) -- Close to midnight on Sunday, Southaven, Miss., police arrived at the wrong house to serve an arrest warrant and shot a man dead in his own home, according to reports.

Ismael Lopez, 41, was shot dead late Sunday night after he checked to see who was at his front door. But the police were supposed to be across the street to serve an arrest warrant for Samuel Pearman, who was wanted on an assault charge, reported WREG.

"Someone didn't take the time to analyze the address," said Murray Wells, the attorney representing Lopez's family. "This is incredibly tragic and embarrassing to this police department that they can't read house numbers."

DeSoto County Prosecutor John Champion said it was "possible" that police went to the wrong house and confirmed that Lopez's name was not on the warrant.

Read more: https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2017/07/26/Mississippi-cops-kill-man-when-they-go-to-wrong-address-on-arrest-warrant/2221501051117/?spt=su&or=btn_tw

Senate won't let Trump make recess appointments

GOP leaders plan to continue to follow the practice of holding "pro forma" sessions
(CNN) Senators are planning to continue procedural moves to prevent the Senate from formally adjourning for recess next month in order to prevent President Donald Trump from making recess appointments, when the chamber eventually adjourns through the Labor Day weekend.

Using the threat of a filibuster, Democrats plan to force the Senate to hold pro forma sessions — a practice both parties have carried out to block recess appointments from presidents of opposite party, Democratic and Republican aides say.

Recess appointments let a president install nominees who normally must be confirmed by the Senate; their terms would run through the end of the "next session" of the Senate, but the "pro forma" sessions essentially means the Senate is never in recess.


Ivanka Retains Abbe Lowell as Husband Testifies on Russia Contacts

Even as her husband Jared Kushner testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Monday, Ivanka Trump has not been identified publicly as a target of scrutiny by Congress or Special Counsel Robert Mueller as they probe Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election.

But along with Kushner, the president's daughter has retained criminal defense lawyer Abbe Lowell, who is head of the white-collar group at Norton Rose Fulbright in Washington, D.C., to counsel her through the investigations.

As previously reported, Kushner and Trump both first retained Jamie Gorelick of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr to handle questions related to government disclosure requirements and potential conflicts between their business and government roles. Then, when Kushner added Lowell to his team, Trump did the same. Lowell, along with Gorelick, will provide ethics advice and address any questions about the investigations if they arise for her.

Her decision to hire a white-collar defense lawyer — and parallel moves by others tied to the Trump campaign — strikes former Manhattan federal prosecutor Ira Sorkin as both an obvious and wise move.


Psychiatry group tells members they can defy Goldwater rule and comment on Trumps mental health

The "Goldwater rule," named for 1964 presidential candidate Barry Goldwater, prohibits psychiatrists from offering opinions about the mental state of public figures.

A leading psychiatry group has told its members they should not feel bound by a longstanding rule against commenting publicly on the mental state of public figures — even the president.

The statement, an email this month from the executive committee of the American Psychoanalytic Association to its 3,500 members, represents the first significant crack in the profession’s decades-old united front aimed at preventing experts from discussing the psychiatric aspects of politicians’ behavior. It will likely make many of its members feel more comfortable speaking openly about President Trump’s mental health.

The impetus for the email was “belief in the value of psychoanalytic knowledge in explaining human behavior,” said psychoanalytic association past president Dr. Prudence Gourguechon, a psychiatrist in Chicago. “We don’t want to prohibit our members from using their knowledge responsibly.”

That responsibility is especially great today, she told STAT, “since Trump’s behavior is so different from anything we’ve seen before” in a commander in chief.


X post from Environment and Energy


Huge development in the Trump-Russia case, The Real Story

man asks Jared Kushner to sign a Russian flag

He was not treated well IMO


Donald Trump is hiding something TERRIBLE:

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