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Trump Addresses Terrorism, Immigration, and National Security:

The TRUMP 2016 Campaign has released the following statement re: terrorism, immigration and national security:

Today, Donald J. Trump spoke at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. During his speech, Mr. Trump took strong positions to protect and defend all Americans from hate and violence, to strengthen homeland security by renewing intelligence-gathering and supporting law enforcement, to conduct a full and long overdue security assessment and enact a common sense, mainstream immigration policy that promotes American values. The transcript of the remarks can be viewed via the link below.

https://www.donaldjtrump.com/press-releases/donald-j.-trump-addresses-terrorism-immigration-and-national-security

Delaware Rep. Smyk Blasts SB 60

By: Wolf von Baumgart, Staff Writer Movement Afoot to Make Delaware a Santuary State Speaking before the monthly meeting of the Sussex County chapter of the 9-12 Patriots, on Thursday night in the Millsboro Fire Hall, Delaware State Representative, Steve Smyk, (R-20th District) severely criticized SB 60, a bill intended to encourage immigrants to report crimes or other emergencies and facilitate their applications for a Delaware driving privilege card, regardless, legally of their documentation or immigration status. [ Delaware State Representative Steve Smyk Speaking on SB 60 ] Photo: Wolf von Baumgart He said that he believes that the effect of the bill would be to limit state and local police authority to detain individuals suspected of violating US immigration laws and compromise public safety. Read more

FAS Issues Report on Implementation of Iran Nuclear Agreement

By: Wolf von Baumgart, Staff Writer The Nuclear Verification Capabilites Independent Task Force of the Federation of American Scientists has issued a report, “Six Achievable Steps for Implementing an Effective Verification Regime for a Nuclear Agreement with Iran. “ The intent of the FAS analysis is to outline challenges to and offer constructive suggestions for effective implementation of the proposed Iran Nuclear Agreement. The report emphasizes six feasible steps for executing an effective nuclear nonproliferation verification regime with Iran: 1. Ensure that the Joint Commission Works Effectively Among the P5+1 and Iran to Facilitate Compliance and Communication 2. Organize Executive Branch Mechanisms to Create Synergy and Sustain Focus on Implementation Over the Long-Term 3. Support and Augment the IAEA in the Pursuit of its Key Monitoring Role 4. Read more