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Mike Rowe Unleashes On Liberal Who Shamed Him For Exposing Major Scam On Every American

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TV star Mike Rowe is known for being a hard-working, blue-collar American. The former star of the reality show Dirty Jobs took to Facebook Thursday to post an NPR article to Facebook on Thursday that took note of the significant number of growing vacancies in high paying skilled labor jobs in various trade vocations.

Yet high school graduates continue to go into massive amounts of debt signing up for 4-year college degrees they may never use and may not be able to pay for. Naturally, the article also included commentary from Rowe himself with the post as is the norm. Yet it was not well received by one woman who is apparently part of the perpetually offended club. She perceived Rowe’s pro-“hard work” mantra as some sort of attack on higher education and a public shaming of those who choose to attend university.

Dawn Baker posted in response to Mike Rowe –

“Is it your intent to make those who choose college to feel ashamed, lazy and brainwashed? Our country’s education system is under attack, and you seem to be supplying more ammunition to those attacking it……There’s a reason many of these jobs pay well – they are truly HARD WORK – physically hard. Dangerous hard. Mentally hard. Feel free to send reps to the local unemployment office and brow beat them to send people to these jobs. Whether you mean to or not – your are sending a very bad message to those who want to destroy our higher education system.”

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Ummm NO. Rowe posted again on Friday in an attempt to rectify any possible misunderstanding of his post and the accompanying article. He stated to his followers – “Yesterday, I posted an article that dared to question the universal wisdom of pushing everyone toward a four-year degree. The article reached 3 million people, and not everyone was pleased.”

Rowe went on to agree with Baker regarding higher education being under attack… sort of.

Rowe explained – “You’re right — our countries educational system is indeed under attack. But the attack is from within, and the wounds are self-inflicted making note of recent examples of the failures of the higher education system such as the so-called “cry closet” at the University of Utah, and Fresno State professor Ranga Jarrar slandering Barbara Bush as a racist witch in the hours after her ***** and bragging about her tenure.

Rowe then continues with –

“Point is, Dawn, the hypocrisy in our educational system is rank, the bias undeniable, the disrespect for our flag ubiquitous, and the entire ‘safe space’ mentality the exact opposite of what life is like in the real world. Higher education has created its own PR nightmare,” he wrote. “Is it any wonder parents are trying to figure out if their kids should be sent into such a lopsided environment? Is it any wonder reasonable people are beginning to question the value of a four-year degree?

Tuition has increased at two and half times the rate of inflation. Nothing else this important has ever done that. Not real estate, energy, food, even healthcare. The question is why? Is the quality of education two and half times better than it was thirty years ago? No way. Are universities turning out more graduates? Hardly. Fifty percent of those who enroll don’t even graduate. Do people have more disposable income today than they used to? Of course not.

No, universities have been able to raise their prices partly because too many parents believe that anything less than a four-year degree will doom their kid to a less productive existence, and partly because we’ve pressured millions of kids to borrow whatever it takes from a bottomless pool of unlimited money that doesn’t really exist. The result? One and a half trillion dollars of student debt, 6.3 million jobs that no one wants to do, and millions of college graduates who can’t find work in their chosen fields — but lack the skill to do the kind of jobs currently available. The kind of jobs you deem, ‘hard work.”

Summing up his point, Rowe told Baker that his “intent is not to make those who choose college feel ‘ashamed, lazy or brainwashed.’ My intent is to remind people that a university is not the only place to enrich your mind or prepare yourself for the real world. Nor is it necessarily the best place. It’s merely the most expensive. Other options exist, including those offered through my scholarship fund. Please feel free to apply, should your position at Oregon University ever vanish. Or, should you one day conclude that work is not the enemy.”

 

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Caravan’s Sick Plan Immediately Unfolds in NEW Stat After Border Patrol Blocks Them

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The invasion has already begun in Arizona where thousands of our troops have been deployed to the southern border to stop the invading migrant caravans headed our way. Border Patrol agents have already detained 650 illegal aliens in just two days this week. That’s just staggering.

This happened in Yuma Sector on Monday and Tuesday where 654 people were detained. Most were families or unaccompanied minors from Guatemala. These people are not connected to the actual caravans on their way to our border. And more and more are arriving all along the border. It’s beginning to look more and more like a full-scale invasion. The caravan’s sick plan is now unfolding. Fox News has more on this national security threat:

A large group of illegal immigrants is observed moving to the U.S. border near Yuma, Arizona where they crossed into the country illegally before being apprehended. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

As thousands of troops deployed to the southern border await the arrival of a caravan of migrants heading towards the U.S., border patrol agents in Arizona have already been busy, detaining more than 650 illegal immigrants in just two days this week.

Agents in the Yuma Sector said they detained 654 people – most reportedly being family units or unaccompanied minors from Guatemala – on Monday and Tuesday.

Officials said the groups of illegal immigrants are not believed to be associated with the large caravan of mostly Central American migrants that have prompted the military deployment.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Wednesday a group of 55 Central Americans waded across the Colorado River near Yuma and surrendered to agents after walking around vehicle barriers in the area.

“Larger numbers [of illegal immigrants] have started to illegally cross shallow portions of the Colorado River near Yuma,” a press release said.

Vinny Dulesky, the special operations supervisor for Yuma Sector public affairs, told Fox News on Thursday that the majority of the groups came in through the east side of the port of entry and had cut through their metal fences to cross in.

He said he did not know the extent of the damage to the fences, but expected fixing them could cost upwards of $1,600 for each one.

“It can get pricey,” Dulesky said.

CBP said apprehensions in the Yuma Sector are up more than 150 percent compared to the last fiscal year at this time. More than 3,600 people were apprehended in the month of October.

Dulseky said they are predominantly seeing family units and unaccompanied minors attempting to enter the U.S. and that the tactics of the illegal immigrants are changing.

“Instead of trying to avoid us, they are running to us, and claim asylum,” he said. “By doing that, it keeps them in the country longer.”

Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, told Fox News on Thursday that the numbers were “very concerning and startling,” but consistent with trends across the border.

“Yuma is seeing a huge spike and it’s a concern because they don’t have the facilities to process the cases,” she said, adding a majority of the people detained are released to local charities or even at bus stations because federal facilities are overwhelmed. “Most people apprehended and released are not staying in the area … they go join the illegal immigrant population.”

According to CBP statistics, 60,745 people were apprehended or were deemed inadmissible while attempting to enter the U.S. illegally via the southern border in October, the first month of the fiscal year 2019 – compared to the 34,871 in the same month in fiscal year 2018.

A total of 521,090 people were apprehended at the southern border in fiscal year 2018 – up 125 percent from 451,514 in fiscal year 2017. Just in Yuma, more than 26,000 people were apprehended in fiscal year 2018.

Vaughan said the U.S. immigration system is not equipped to handle such an influx of people all at the same time, and drug cartels and smugglers have taken notice.

“They have identified a route that gets people in and they funnel through as many people,” she said. “They move as much product as possible.”

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BREAKING: Justice Department Preparing To PROSECUTE Assange – About To Get UGLY

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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service in the world, RWN offers the following information published by Governor Palin:

It is being reported that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could be prosecuted by the United States Justice Department due to his influence and the influence of WikiLeaks in releasing classified or otherwise pertinent national security information.

According to the Wall Street Journal, a potential trial would happen in an American courtroom, although the potential charges brought against Assange were not specified.

From the Daily Caller:

The 47-year-old Australian national is living under asylum in the Ecuadorean embassy in London.

The Trump DOJ has considered charging Assange with crimes related to Wikileaks’ disclosures of classified cables stolen by ex-Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning. Assange could also face charges related to the release of emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

Wikileaks published the pilfered documents before the 2016 presidential election. Special counsel Robert Mueller charged 12 Russian intelligence agents with hacking the documents and releasing them through Wikileaks.

Some people suspected Assange received the stolen information from Russian sources, though he denied the claim.

Reuters reports the sealed indictment against Assange may have been released accidentally:

The document, which prosecutors say was filed by mistake, asks a judge to seal documents in a criminal case unrelated to Assange, and carries markings indicating it was originally filed in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia in August.

A source familiar with the matter said the document was initially sealed but unsealed this week for reasons that are unclear at the moment.

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U.S. officials had no comment on the disclosure in the document about a sealed indictment of Assange, the charges facing whom are unclear.

The document is part of an unrelated criminal case involving a 29-year-old man charged with enticing a 15-year-old girl. In that case, the judge wrote in a detention memo that the defendant, Seitu Sulayman Kokayi, “has had a substantial interest in terrorist acts.”

“The court filing was made in error. That was not the intended name for this filing,” said Joshua Stueve, the prosecutors’ office spokesman.

Reuters added that anything “short of sealing will not adequately protect the needs of law enforcement at this time because, due to the sophistication of the defendant, and the publicity surrounding the case, no other procedure is likely to keep confidential the fact that Assange has been charged,” the document said.

And, per the report: “The complaint, supporting affidavit, and arrest warrant, as well as this motion and the proposed order, would need to remain sealed until Assange is arrested in connection with the charges in the criminal complaint and can therefore no longer evade or avoid arrest and extradition in this matter.”

Here’s even more on the case, via the Wall Street Journal:

An indictment from special counsel Robert Mueller that portrayed WikiLeaks as a tool of Russian intelligence for releasing thousands of hacked Democratic emails during the 2016 presidential campaign has made it more difficult for Mr. Assange to mount a defense as a journalist. Public opinion of Mr. Assange in the U.S. has dropped since the campaign.

Prosecutors have considered publicly indicting Mr. Assange to try to trigger his removal from the embassy, the people said. A detailed explanation of the evidence against Mr. Assange could give Ecuadorean authorities a reason to turn him over, they said.

The exact charges the Justice Department might pursue remain unclear, but they may involve the Espionage Act, which criminalizes the disclosure of national defense-related information.

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