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West Wing Singing Canary’ cause and effects

October 21, 2016 “It took guts to make a move he made in light of opposition he had” Praising Comey.

January 6, 2017 Intelligence community releases Russia report concluding that the Russian government ordered an influence campaign against United States Presidential election.

February 14 Valentines Day Loyalty meeting with Trump, According to a memo written by former FBI director James Comey, President Trump asked Comey to drop the bureau’s investigation of ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn’s connections to Russia. Source:

March 20, 2017 Comey reveals FBI probe into russian election interference including investigating any links between the Trump campaign personnel and if there was any coordination between the campaign and russian efforts.
May 3 2017 James Comey testifies before Senate judiciary committee regarding Clinton email investigation. May 9, 2017 FBI sends a letter to Senate Judiciary committee clarifying Comey’s testimony on Clinton’s Server
May 9 Trump fires Comey.   “While I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation, I nevertheless concur with the judgment og the Dept. of Justice that you are not able to lead the bureau.”

May, 10 2017 President Donald Trump hosted Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak at the White House Wednesday amid the swirling investigation of Russian contacts with Trump campaign and transition officials in 2016 and Tuesday’s firing of FBI Director James Comey, who was handling the probe.


    • from this meeting Donald Trump’s leak of classified information is alleged.



What’s next for THE BIRDY twitter-and Our Countries National Security …That’s The QUESTION?

Thank’s For Your Profound Contribution to this Nations Freedom


Who I’m that I emerge?  Wait! an Alien, am I? to avoid any contortion’ I’m not an alien. What happened to claim of Oath of Alligience and Renunciation connected to my Naturalization Application in front of that mean “J cat” with a jacked-up accent like character coming from crouching tiger hidden dragon cinematic? and attitude like it’s my fault as the story goes; that a brother might had stolen girl of his dreams in Manila during Navy deployment. It never seems to amaze me that this behavior has quantify itself into Government agencies unchecked.

Any-way “J-cat” demonstrated in his official capacity pursuant thereto by rule-making authority confer to him by Attorney General” I get a point! “Raise your right hand and say the following after me” {between a need to laugh and answering a question’ “how in hell this non-English speaking cat got this job which includes testing immigrants on basic English knowledge skills and American Civics?’}nonetheless, as a faithful Catholic, I just followed a suite and summit myself to act of accession in the presence of God and profess, testify according to the true intent of the enactments which secure the succession to the throne of the realm, uphold, and disavow South Africa ..Note; giving the facts that the creations of Bantu Homeland Citizenship Act, 1970 changed the status of the inhabitants of the homelands (blacks) and were no longer citizens of South Africa, consequently even at birth, I did not have inherit citizenship rights., see also  Subseqently in light of this information, without mental reservation’  I declare “ I Lazarus Tebogo Archison hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty, of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I will bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform noncombatant service in the Armed Forces of the United States when required by the law; that I will perform work of national importance under civilian direction when required by the law; and that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; so help me God.

After administrative internal ping-pong ball that took 2yrs my Naturalization Application was denied due to been arrested for carrying a broom stick in my car while employed as Security Guard …. “J Cat” spouted with authority citing lack of moral aptitude. Yah! Just like that’

However, armed with selective service number, oath of allegiance and my   frustrated application to become US citizen, these facts are bearing on the existence of my claim of been a Non-Citizen – United States National and find support in Immigration and Nationality Act, including case law. {The INA defines “national of the United States” as “(A) a citizen of the United States, or (B) a person who, though not a citizen of the United {502 F.3d 342} States, owes permanent allegiance to the United States.” 8 U.S.C.A. 1101(a) (22). In turn, the word “permanent” is defined to mean “a relationship of continuing or lasting nature, as distinguished from temporary.” 8 U.S.C.A. 1101(a) (31) (West 2005). An explanation to this claim is no doubt is immense but all I can say is “fuck it am not an alien!

As here it is my,our honor to pause and consider this days heading to Memorial Day as days of awareness and reverence honoring services members past and present for their profound contribution to this Nations Freedom. Through this bundle of freedoms that we enjoy, we owned our pursuit of happiness, including our lives in gratitude to all man and women for their service. Moreover, upon grounds of public policy it is our moral obligation to call for shift in policy and demand that a recruiting satellite stations blend with intake personnel into one seamless whole to reach out to our retaining heroes as an assurance for prompt services. For more Resouces please visit U.S.Dept of Veterans Affairs @

Thank You All, for Your Sacrifice & Service

“Thou therefore endure hardness, as a good soldier of Jesus Christ. No man that warreth entangleth himself with the affairs of this life; that he may please him who hath chosen him to be a soldier.” ~ 2 Timothy 2:3-4

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Punitive Nature of Deportation and Lack of Proportionality Necessitates the Need for Constitutional Safeguards

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The procedural rights available to non-citizens in deportation proceedings should be determined through a combination of “the hard floor constitutional rights model, used in criminal proceedings. BMW vs. Gore as well as Padilla vs. Kentucky 559 U.S. 356 (2010) this case mark a sharp departure from the Court’s century long characterization of immigration consequences as “purely civil” both cases opened the door for the extension of a constitutional protection traditionally reserved for criminal realm into civil proceedings. In BMW vs Gore 517 U.S.559 (1996) United States Supreme Court limited punitive damage under the due process clause of the 14th Amendment. The Court found that the excessive punitive damages must be reasonably necessary to vindicate the State’s legitimate interest in punishment and deterrence. In making this determination the Court applied the degree of reprehensibility of the accused conduct and the penalties that could be imposed for comparable misconduct. Punishment, regardless of whether it is civil or criminal, is subject to various constitutional restraints.

In contrast to characterization of immigration deportations, the Court in Padilla alluded that deportation is the penalty for a crime, then as such the criminal law norm of proportionality and penalties, rooted in the 8th and 14th Amendment, should equally apply.
The fact that the results from a criminal conviction are an integral part that may be imposed on immigrant’s defendants who plead guilty to specified crimes, it should be argued that if deportation is part of a criminal penalty, other protections afforded criminal defendants should extend to removal proceedings, at least where these results are directly from convictions. Moreover, if deportation is the penalty for a crime, as the Court said in Padilla, constitutional protections should apply to those immigrants facing deportation as consequences for crimes committed.

Deportations triggered solely by a criminal conviction is a part of the penalty for the underlying criminal behavior, demand the Court to explore the question of what other constitutional limits that can be placed on the imposition of that punishment considering the principle grounded in the 8th Amendment which a penalty should be proportionate to the crime it punishes. The appropriateness of any given punishment is assessed in large part by how fitting it is to the crime committed, and Eighth amendment governs the boundaries of permissible punishment by forbidding punishment that is cruel and unusual.
Due to lack of proportionality principle from our current law of deportation for crimes, aggravated felony category imposes deportation equally for, among other offenses, murder, petty theft and failure to appear in court. Similarly, the sanction is the same regardless of an individual’s history or connections in the community and applies equally to an undocumented individual who entered the country yesterday without permission and to a long-term lawful permanent resident who may have deep roots in the community such as dependent U.S. Citizen family members.  Thus, an immigrant convicted of theft at Vons and a rapist results are the same …deportation!

Much of the sense of injustice that results from the operation of our current criminal deportation law comes from recognition of the blatant disproportion between the sanction of automatic deportation and the circumstances under which it is imposed.

In addition to the centrality of proportion to our sense of just punishment, Eight Amendment jurisprudence is an attractive place to begin exploring amendment reach, because the jurisprudence has already been extended to prohibit certain-non-criminal sanctions where these were found to be penal in nature, even if not in name or explicit intent.

In Sum the under the Eight Amendment the court should step in, and review the proportionality of removal as a criminal sanction. This could take the form of the review of individual cases in which deportation may be disproportionate to the offense. It might also take form of consideration of categorical challenges to certain aspects of the criminal removal scheme at large, such as the “aggravated felony” provisions and their inclusion of manifestly minor offenses.


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May Day Rally Comes to Edward J. Schwartz Federal Building


May Day Protects rally brought hundreds to Downtown San Diego. While unions traditionally march on May 1 for solidarity and workers right, this march was more a rallying point for immigrants’ rights. As protestors bypassed businesses in route to Edward J. Schwartz Federal Building they were cheered on by most immigrant service workers raged against Donald Trump policies on immigration. With both left and right demonstrators and presence of organized finest, this 1st Amendment exercise was peaceful.finest

With current administration policies that aggressively threatening to withhold funds from jurisdictions that limit its local law enforcement to enforce immigration laws, faces within the historical meaning of legislative punishment, viewed in terms of the type and severity of burdens imposed. As we take notice, immigration deportations impose “extreme hardship” to the United States Citizen spouses, parents, or children of such immigrant, perhaps these grave consequences are among reasons why California Police Officers do not have authority to turn investigation of criminal activity into enforcement activity of the civil provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

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The legal fiction that deportation following a criminal conviction is not punishment is difficult to reconcile with reality. While the case law does not tell us where the line falls that divide permissible from impermissible effects, we know the matter of degree is somewhere between imprisonment and banishment to exile and to get a point across, the protectors vows to fight back by assuming more role in civil participations and calling more strikes and boycott to reflect on immigrations’ labor and purchasing power.

350Socialist Equality Party also allude that; to stop the attacks on immigrates began with advising international solution to the crisis facing immigrants’ workers. The strategic perspective according to Socialist Equality Party it’s a fight that should begin with the rejection of all attempts to divide native-born and immigrant’s workers. As the Governments around the world seek to make impoverished migrant workers scapegoats for the destruction of jobs and living standards resulting from their own policies’ they divert attention from real source of worker’s suffering by fomenting hatred of immigrants. Accordingly, international working class unity and reorganization of world economy its a kernel to meet social needs of the working class and a foundation against mobile corporations that intensify the exploitation of the working class through globalization.

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San Diego Adjunct Faculty Association represent a sector of Part-Time Professors who are qualified expects with MA or PHD graduate degrees just like tenured faculty and they are solely responsible for all aspects of their courses, moreover they teach 60%+ of all classes offered. However, they are paid half or even less than what full-time tenured faculty coupled with’ traveling from campus to campus, only paid hours in the classroom, no paid prep time, grading time or communication time with students outside of class, their efforts to coincide and imbued profound trust with those of the students its frustrated. Adjunts
Working with little to no unreliable income and financial insecurity, San Diego Adjunct Faculty Association demand that unions bargain for equitable salaries and benefits for all faculty, the disparities and impact here is profound and involves an inconsistency not to be excused. To help adjuncts get the contract they deserve you can visit the Association website @ SDAFA.ORG
Sources: San Diego Adjunct Association