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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - G. Jeff Olsen
For convicted drug dealer Tyler Webb and child sex abuser David Klingholz, Circles of Support is a lifesaving program they believe can help prevent them from going back to prison.
A 40-year-old San Diego man faces up to 13 years in jail after scrawling anti-big bank messages in washable chalk outside Bank of America branches last year, and a judge said the First Amendment is no defense.
It was one of the best places in the western United States to watch the annular solar eclipse, and people drove for days just to get to this dusty stretch west of Albuquerque.
"I think it's something that really goes to the inner soul, the guts, the real inside of who we are as human beings," Olson said. "We're drawn to the sun. We're drawn to the stars at night."
In an interview with San Diego's KGTV, Mr. Olson said he "was encouraging folks to close their accounts at big Wall Street banks to transfer their money to local nonprofit, community credit unions."