Pantsuitists are up in arms and crying scandal over a proposal which would have, and may yet sent detained migrants awaiting court hearing to cities adopting "sanctuary" policies protecting undocumented migrants (archived). The same Pantsuitists opposed to any restrictions in movement for the world's poor and who further adopted legislation with the apparent aim of attracting the world's poor to municipalities under their control… find preferentially busing migrants released from detention to the cities with laws on the books welcoming them to be a bridge too far. Shouldn't they be competing to maximize the share of the world's poor headed their way?
Years after Hillary Clinton created a power vacuum in Libya by ordering the Arab Springing of that country's last effectual government the fallout continues with a "rebel" group assaulting US backed "government" troop positions using warplanes (archived). As the US continues pushing for new "regime change" in Venezuela, the long to mid term results from "regime change" interventions continues to be anything by promising for those aligning themselves with groups recognized as "governments" by the US.
A mere 15 months after its initial release, a wide variety of weaknesses and leaks have been documented in the WPA3 "secure" Wifi protocol (archived). Problems include handshake trouble, a transition mode allowing reversion to earlier known weak protocols, and a number of side channel leaks.
Former White House Counsel in the Hussein Bahamas administration Greg Craig has been indicted for shennanigans including action as an unregistered foreign agent and lying to conceal that fact (archived). Craigs indictment comes in the wake of a Special Counsel investigation into alleged collusion between foreign governments and the Trump Presidential campaign which found no such conclusion. Instead, it appears malfeasance discovered during the investigation is set to take down numerous Pantsuitist figures starting with this Craig fellow.
Ecuador has ended their asylum for Anglophone dissident Julian Assange after nearly seven years of providing the rebel sanctuary in their London Embassy (archived). In what is surely completely
unrelated development the US directed International Monetary Foundation has approved a 4.2 billion USD "Extended Fund Facility" to provide (archived):
support for the Ecuadorean government’s economic policies over the next three years.
The deal allowed the immediate disbursment of 652 million USD to the government of Ecuador when it was announced in March. Following Assange's arrest inside the Embassy on a five year old British process warrant the US published an indictment of Assange. This was quite the bounty to be paid for a single head by an increasingly poor US.
Numerous Oregon police officers were called to respond to the calls of a panicked woman afraid of a bathroom invader. Multiple Sheriff's department deputies and at least one K-9 officer were diverted to attend to the situation. Guns drawn the agents of the criminal US government opened the bathroom door only to discover a floor cleaning robot trapped in the bathroom (archived).
International malaise among US allies purchasing F-35 fighters continues as Japan loses one of their few over the Pacific, an event that has lead them to ground the rest of their F-35 fleet (archived). Other US allies including Italy are looking to escape the costly boondoggle while NATO member Turkey managed to escape the program by prioritizing the purchase of state of the art Russian air defense missiles over the fighters of a utility so questionable the US has had to resort to purchasing foreign turboprop aircraft to handle a portion of the F-35's designed mission.
Iran's Supreme Council has added US Government, US military CENTCOM, and all of their affiliates to their list of recognized terrorist organizations. This follows the example set by the Serene Republic which has recognized the criminal organization calling itself the United States Government as a rogue terrorist state for years.
Google's effort to put together an ethics advisory panel failed after the inclusion of a single member of a conservative leaning centerist political organization organization caused many of Google's other selections to quit (archived). Kay Cole James, the "problem" nominee is president of the Heritage Foundation, an organization which has been an infuential part of the US's political mainstream as evidenced by decades of successful political lobbying. Google announced they would abandon the effort but surely try something again soon.
Outrage specifically centered around comments made by James on transgender issues where he advocated positions which would not have been contested in mainstream US political discourse before the second Hussein Bahamas administration. However irreconcilable differences are becoming normal in US politics and Silicon Valley social engineering firms like Google are increasingly drivers of the division.