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Category Archives: Crime
Of all the attacks on US soil, including Ft. Hood, San Bernardino, Orlando, and the Boston Marathon, perhaps none is so confusing as the Las Vegas massacre. Because little has been disclosed about the alleged gunman, conspiracy theories are blooming. … Continue reading
Just in from Judicial Watch, an organization ever in search of disclosure about our government. Sues for Records on Links Between FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced that it today filed … Continue reading
At present, public dialog is being controlled by extremist factions of different political persuasions, but real news actually broke this week. Stories about the debt, North Korea, unemployment, and crime broke. And there was a big get for some Game … Continue reading
The latest clashes between extremist groups and other activists in Charlottesville should be a wakeup call for US mayors. Once campaigns for the nation’s 2018 midterms power up, protests are even more likely. What happened in Charlottesville might have been … Continue reading
It didn’t surprise me to see the Florida newspaper Sun-Sentinel attempt to defend former DNC chair and current congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Shultz. Nothing surprises me when it come to politics. Readers, however, deserve a complete account of Schultz’s decision to continue … Continue reading
President Donald Trump has reformed screening policies for cargo trucks entering the United States from Mexico. Prior to Trump, procedures were relaxed, just as they were relaxed when it came to permitting thousands of people to openly defy US law … Continue reading