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After US mail screwup, cut Dreamers a break

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  (CNN)We messed up, but it is still your problem. That is what the government is essentially telling young immigrants whose Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, renewals did not arrive on time, due to delays with the US Postal Service. After Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced in September that the Trump administration was ending the DACA program, immigrant youths -- known as Dreamers -- scrambled to obtain one last renewal of their temporary grant of deportation relief before an October 5 deadline. But according to an article in The New York Times, lawyers for DACA applicants said there [...]

Theres a lot more there: Mueller ups the stakes in the Trump-Russia inquiry

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Paul Manafort and Rick Gates were indicted on financial charges, but George Papadopoulos was the surprise as the Russia inquiry enveloped the capital   For a moment in court, the mask slipped. Paul Manafort glanced at his lawyer and smirked, like a TV mafia boss with reasons to be confident. It was the look of a man who, after decades of work as a lobbyist for murderous dictators in Africa and Asia, was not about to be rattled by the prospect of house arrest. But less than a mile away, another man displayed rather less equanimity. Donald Trump woke before [...]

Facebooks Russia Problem Proves Feds Are Missing the Point

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An ad featuring a strapping Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) proffered a sketch book for users to “color your hero.” A post from South United invited followers to click a billowing Confederate flag. An invitation advertised an anti-Clinton rally to counter “anti-constitutional propaganda.” Each were recently revealed  by lawmakers as Facebook fronts for the Russia-affiliated Internet Research Agency. The posts confirmed platform-enhanced intrusion in the 2016 election, paid in rubles, not dollars. A small social media spend could upend American democracy. WIRED OPINION ABOUT Matthew Spector (@mspec) is a managing editor of the Kennedy School Review at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government [...]

Taylor Swift just got attacked by the ACLU. Are you ready for it?

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  Image: Getty Images for DIRECTV The ACLU might be busy lately, but that doesn't mean they don't have time for Taylor Swift. The Northern California branch of the non-profit organization came to the defense of a critic for PopFront Magazine after the online publication received a letter demanding retraction and removal of a post that criticized the singer. SEE ALSO: This one lyric from 'Gorgeous' is proof that the old Taylor Swift is not dead The original post —"Swiftly to the alt-right: Taylor subtly gets the lower case kkk in formation"—explores the suggested connection between white supremacy, Swift's music, [...]

Colin Kaepernick was named citizen of the year. How ironic | Ameer Hasan Loggins

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For black Americans, citizenship has always been incomplete and fraught. Kaepernick knows this better than anyone else   Its been a couple of days, and the news of GQ magazine naming Colin Kaepernick its Citizen of the Year has brought forth both love from some and loathing from others. Fox News host and columnist, Todd Starnes ventilated his vitriolic views that GQ should have named Kaepernick its, coward of the year. Starnes couched his claim in his belief that Colin Kaepernicks protesting racialized systemic oppression in America is, not citizenship thats cowardice. I found Starnes claim to be interesting. Not [...]

Obama Showed Up For Jury Duty And Was Dismissed (Duh)

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Barack Obama was dismissed from jury duty because, no duh, having the former freakin' president on the jury would be incredibly distracting. Can you imagine being the unlucky defendant to have an ex president on the jury? Here you've spent your whole life working at your craft at becoming a serial killer, only to have Obama waltz in and steal your thunder. Lawyers routinely dismiss "experts" from the jury, especially legal ones. It complicates the proceedings as they bring in outside knowledge to the courtroom. Obama is a former lawyer (and president) which would be incredibly frustrating for an attorney [...]

Fifa trial: defendant accused of witness intimidation after official’s suicide

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Shortly after former Argentinian football official killed himself amid bribery allegations, prosecutors say Manuel Burga made throat-slicing gesture at witness   A defendant in the Fifa corruption trial was accused of intimidating a key government witness, just hours after a former Argentinian football official killed himself following an accusation in court on Tuesday that he had taken millions in bribes. Plunging the US trial of three former Fifa officials deeper into controversy, federal prosecutors on Wednesday accused Manuel Burga, the former head of Perus football association, of making a slicing motion across his throat directed at Alejandro Burzaco, a former [...]

Flynn worries about son in special counsel probe

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  Washington (CNN)Former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn has expressed concern about the potential legal exposure of his son, Michael Flynn Jr., who, like his father, is under scrutiny by special counsel Robert Mueller, multiple sources familiar with the matter tell CNN. Flynn's wife, Lori, shares his concerns about their son's possible legal exposure, according to a person who knows the family. Interviews conducted by special counsel investigators have included questions about the business dealings of Flynn and his son such as their firm's reporting of income from work overseas, two witnesses interviewed by the team told CNN. [...]

The seven Republican super-donors who keep money in tax havens

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Paradise Papers show these men, who invest heavily in Super Pacs, share a presence offshore if not a love of Trump   Seven Republican super-donors helped bankroll the conservative push for power in the 2016 election cycle, between them pumping more than $350m (264m) into federal and state races. The Paradise Papers illuminate another aspect of these vastly wealthy men their propensity to nurture offshore some of their combined fortunes, estimated by Forbes at $142bn, largely beyond the reach of public scrutiny and tax authorities. The seven have their divisions, especially over Donald Trump. Warren Stephens was a major backer [...]

DACA applications were denied because the post office delivered them too late

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Potentially dozens of applicants were unable to renew their work permits as part of the  (DACA) program because the post office delivered their applications late, the New York Times reported Friday.

David A. Partenheimer, a spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service, said there had been an “unintentional temporary mail processing delay in the Chicago area” where the regional processing warehouse for the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is located.

In one case, a New York lawyer mailed her client’s application to USCIS on Sept. 14—weeks before the Oct. 5 deadline. After “mysterious” rerouting and holding patterns, the application was delivered on Oct. 6 and rejected.

“According to lawyers from across the New York region, in at least 33 other cases, unusually long Postal Service delays resulted in rejections of DACA applications,” the Times reported.

Despite the post office taking the blame, the USCIS said nothing could be done for the applicants whose applications arrived late.

“USCIS is not responsible for the mail service an individual chooses, or for delays on the part of mail service providers,” a spokesman for the agency wrote in a statement.

Since DACA is an executive order and not a statute, applicants are not able to appeal rejections. Rep. Luis V. Gutiérrez, (D-Ill.) said it is “unacceptable” that the agency will not budge on the issue.

“Because somebody else did not do their job correctly, we are taking innocent young immigrants and making them deportable,” Gutiérrez said in a statement.

The DACA program had offered temporary protection from deportation and work permits for approximately 800,000 undocumented immigrants who entered the U.S. as children. President Donald Trump’s administration ended the program in September, provoking protests nationwide.

According to the Times, “132,000 DACA applications were received on time, and 4,000 arrived late; 154,000 people were eligible to apply for renewal.”

“You can’t put the burden on the applicant to ensure the government agencies did their job,” said Camille Mackler, director of legal initiatives for the New York Immigration Coalition. “Can you imagine if the IRS didn’t pick up their mail for two weeks and you get a penalty because of it?”

H/T New York Times

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