Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Wednesday Links

As we get through another "hump day", here are some stories in the news:

From CBS Chicago, the Chicago police department denies that a West Side facility is used as an illegal detention center, as was alleged in a British newspaper report.

From Real Clear Politics, Representative Trey Gowdy (R-SC) warns Democrats about not enforcing immigration law.

From The Daily Caller, an MSNBC host expresses sympathy for the recently-convicted killer of former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.

From the Washington Examiner, another MSNBC host hopes that Trayvon Martin had beaten the [bleep] out of George Zimmerman.

From The Telegraph, Iran attacks and destroys a replica of a U.S. aircraft carrier.  (via Western Journalism)

From WUIS, Englewood, California approves a plan for an NFL stadium, involving the owner of the St. Louis Rams.

From Bizpac Review, the Obama administration comes up with a new phrase to refer to illegal aliens.

From Townhall, a federal judge issues an injunction against a DHS immigrant detention policy.

From CNN, weather postpones the execution of Kelly Renee Gissendaner, set to become the first woman to receive the death penalty in Georgia in 70 years.

From The Corner at National Review, Jamiel Shaw testifies before a House subcommittee panel about the murder of his son by an illegal alien.  (via The Blaze)

From Mashable, a mysterious tunnel has been found under Toronto.

From, FCC commissioner Ajit Pai explains his opposition to regulating the Internet like a utility company.

From Fox Nation, three residents of New York City have been arrested for conspiring to support ISIS.

From The Hill, the FBI is investigating suspected ISIS supporters in all 50 states.

From ABC News, the owner of a maraschino cherry factory cooperates with police searching the facility, and then kills himself.

And from the New York Post, "Don't tease us, Mo."

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