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Posted in: Opposition to family separation grows; Trump defends actions See in context

I worked for the government. I saw all the welfare screens. We had an army of translators.

And every single day Americans were turned down for benefits. While illegals got them.

That made all of the staff angry.

And by the way, even in Oregon which is dominated by Democrats, the citizens voted 2 to 1 --- "NO driver's licenses for illegal aliens".

NO, NUNCA, ZERO.

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Posted in: Opposition to family separation grows; Trump defends actions See in context

So, why not try to stop them? At San Diego or other busy areas, they need all the help they can get.

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Posted in: Opposition to family separation grows; Trump defends actions See in context

TRUMP is the last hope for us Americans who love our country and our culture.

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Posted in: Opposition to family separation grows; Trump defends actions See in context

The activists are yelling "No Borders". How insane.

REALLY?

As a taxpayer, I feel ill. As a former state welfare worker, I feel ill.

As a Japanese woman, I AM ILL. Frankly, our state on the west coast already has hoards of illegals and lots of CRIME committed by them.

Democrats are only jealous of Trump's accomplishments getting poor people jobs.

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Posted in: New York attorney general resigns after 4 women accuse him of physical abuse See in context

He was hitting them so hard that one of them had bleeding from her ears for days.

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Posted in: Giuliani struggles to help Trump with his defense See in context

SCHNEIDERMAN is the news now.

Sick man.

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Posted in: N Korea launches intercontinental missile; Trump says U.S. will 'take care of it' See in context

The US has taken many refugees and now millions of illegals, Toasted Heretic.

And gave up 50,000 lives for South Vietnam.

Do you prefer North Koreans to die trying to escape or die from worms and other health problems?

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Posted in: Lawmaker who brought baby to assembly receives written warning See in context

Isn't it sexist to insist that all men work and that for women, working is optional?

My sister spent almost all of her adult life NOT working outside the home. She played golf and bridge and had hobbies....and raised two children......but the children did not take up her entire adult life.

Now, young fathers have to change the diapers, cook dinner AND work.

At least that is how it is in the US.

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Posted in: N Korea launches intercontinental missile; Trump says U.S. will 'take care of it' See in context

Kansas seems like the safest bet in the US. And Hokkaido in Japan.

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Posted in: N Korea launches intercontinental missile; Trump says U.S. will 'take care of it' See in context

If I were such a poor leader of a poor country, I would take some lessons from South Korea and ask for pointers, not create more enemies.

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Posted in: N Korea launches intercontinental missile; Trump says U.S. will 'take care of it' See in context

Oh, don't even come close to blaming this on Trump. It is not his fault at all.

Kim's father raised him with this mindset.

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Posted in: N Korea launches intercontinental missile; Trump says U.S. will 'take care of it' See in context

Kim is in need of a diet and a new hairdo and then maybe he would get over his personal problems.

I'm NOT KIDDING.

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Posted in: Japan detects radio signals pointing to possible N Korean missile test See in context

We are thinking of you - our relatives in southern Japan.

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Posted in: N Korea launches intercontinental missile; Trump says U.S. will 'take care of it' See in context

My Japanese relatives can come over to the US. This is getting much too close.

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Posted in: Stars react to movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's ouster See in context

This is the current symbolism for the Democrat Party - Harvey Weinstein. UGH.

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Posted in: Las Vegas massacre probe turns to gunman's girlfriend in Philippines See in context

I guess some have not heard of Communism and do not care that so many countries in the world are now run by Communist dictators. I thought that Democrats were supposed to be so educated and worldly?

Guess not.

Guns do not kill. Gang-bangers in large cities kill more in the US than other groups.

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Posted in: Las Vegas massacre probe turns to gunman's girlfriend in Philippines See in context

There are 40 million in the US who shoot as a hobby and so compared to those large numbers, the mass shootings are very rare.

And by the way, I haven't heard what party he was aligned with but many have been Democrats.

Quit picking on the women, elderly and disabled who own guns and are members of the NRA.

Guns level the playing field.

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Posted in: Trump hits back at late night shows critical of Republicans See in context

LA has really high crime rates and yet the stars who live in gated communities insulated from reality and crime, are so quick to condemn others.

They also produce VIOLENT movies and shows in LA.

Kimmell is a COLLEGE DROPOUT. And when he did attend it was at Arizona State. Need we say more?

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Posted in: Do you think tech giants like Google parent Alphabet, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Netflix have too much control over what people see and how they live. See in context

The CEO's of Facebook and Microsoft are on Committees pushing for immigration so they can hire more foreigners. This affects every one in the US!

They have let their riches go to their heads and are now trying to influence government.

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Posted in: Japan accepts 3 refugees in first half of 2017, despite record number of applications See in context

Government employees of course want more workers, but is their work really needed?

Many sit in meetings all week.

People can help themselves more effectively and with less taxes involved. Government not needed.

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Posted in: Japan accepts 3 refugees in first half of 2017, despite record number of applications See in context

Japan wants to protect it's own beautiful culture. That is admirable!

A culture can be watered down but once watered down, it can never return to the comforting strength it once had.

Culture is important!

Culture gives strength and is worth the trade-offs.

Good for Japan - money is not everything!

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Posted in: Japan accepts 3 refugees in first half of 2017, despite record number of applications See in context

TREVOR - you need to go look at the Rebel series of videos on YouTube. They are reporters who don't feel kindly to newcomers at all. Perhaps you deny they exist?

And by the way, there are videos of Justin Trudeau explaining that they only want legal immigrants.

They are putting the illegals in stadiums for heaven's sake.

Canada has only 35 million people and Japan has far more. I guess you don't pay attention to statistics.

But even Canada is not welcoming the refugees and illegals at this time.

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Posted in: Japan accepts 3 refugees in first half of 2017, despite record number of applications See in context

Very smart, Japan!

Look not only at Europe but at the US and Canada.

Canada is now SORRY they were welcoming since they cannot afford to support the refugees.

Refugees get full welfare in the US. Enough is enough.

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Posted in: Trump defends response to Charlottesville violence; hints at pardon for Arizona sheriff See in context

Japanese Americans are siding with Trump, since the blacks and Latinos are ADDING 150 to 200 points to their SAT scores and DEDUCTING 50 points from Asian's scores.

This was covered in an article in the LA Times.

Alex Jones went to Seattle and said that Japanese and Chinese Seattle residents greeted him with fondness and said they are watching his shows and enjoy them.

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Posted in: Banking, train services hit by internet disruption See in context

Sounds very bad.

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Posted in: NPOs worry as child suicides tend to rise after summer break See in context

Governments want women to work. Can't expect them to work without an education.

Teachers are not good in the US. Research shows that kids learn better using behavior modification programs. So, a TV set could teach them more effectively, as long as the kids had to stay seated.

Public schools are backward in the US.

The immigrants are pulling down the GPA's.

Japan is so much more concerned about education. Very competitive and ambitious nation.

Maybe more mom involvement at the schools. For the human touch. And they can watch for bullying.

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Posted in: NPOs worry as child suicides tend to rise after summer break See in context

Governments around the world force children into school and then make teachers produce little robots.

I feel sorry for small children forced BY THE GOVERNMENT into rigid schedules without their mothers around.

It's really unnatural when you think about it. Five-year olds forced into a grown-up world.

In the US, the wealthier families send their kids to Montessori schools or religious schools where the people are more relaxed and loving.

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Posted in: 10 sailors missing after Japan-based U.S. Navy destroyer and merchant ship collide near Singapore See in context

Why are the actual sailors never shown who did this and only the captain punished? That's an easy way out for the sailors.

So, the captain should have been more STRICT?

This is why there is so little personal responsibility by individuals.

You can always blame the boss.

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Posted in: Residents of Tottori town hold drill in case N Korea fires missiles over them See in context

But Honolulu was attacked and they held drills afterward there - my relatives told me.

It's not "fear mongering".

Public agencies need to help people be prepared rather than have them accuse them of being negligent later.

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Posted in: 30 people left facing ground as USJ roller coaster stops for emergency reason See in context

That makes my head hurt.

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