The DHS Police (actual arm of the DHS) is at all IRS facilities after the news of the profiling by the IRS. What the protesters did or did not know is that they were all photographed, profiled, had their car tags photographed and all of the data put into a file on their activities as a potential future threat to the government. Any protests, be they peaceful or not, are now viewed by the DHS intelligence units as a potential physical threat for future terrorism against the government.
May 21, 2013 at 7:40pm
I hate to be the bearer of seriously bad news but:
With all of the distractions going on, who is watching and listening to Paul Ryan and the hypocrites in the Republican Party? I am for one. How many of you heard about the new “deal” last night within the House of Representative leadership and the Democrats?
While Obama Twists in the Wind, House Republican Rats Cut an Immigration Deal
@SMALL WORLD – This one caught me out of left field but what I have to say is PURE SPECULATION. The best way to seal records relating to a bank is to have the FDIC seize it. As I understand the law, only a US Attorney with a subpoena can request to see those records from a seized bank. This bank is small and isolate enough to act as a laundering location for Fast and Furious funds and government connections. When scandals start to explode it is only logical that All the President’s Men start cleaning up ALL loose ends. By sealing these records they’ve covered their tail for at least 2 maybe 3 years.
May 15, 2013 at 7:31pm
And now I have to wonder if this RARE and sudden bank seizure by the FDIC was done to seal records in AZ relating to Fast and Furious….
BREAKING NEWS: Holy Smokes FDIC Seizes Failed Bank in AZ on a WEDNESDAY!!!!
Bingo. This is the same ICE that said the Southern Border is secure, Fast and Furious did not happen, and that US Border Patrol agents were guilty of criminal attacks on illegal alien criminals and prosecuted them.
Believe any department under this regime, like the last, at your own risk.
April 1, 2013 at 5:41am
Punk raises some good points but misses the big one. Why is anyone surprised that there are defenders of a Saul Alinksy acolyte? Google offended me not because they chose not to honor Easter, but instead because they decided to honor a quasi-Marxist radical extremist who attacked corporations and the Constitution using the Alinsky model. It’s amazing how many people defend Chavez without studying his actions and affiliations.
IF the flagpole is less than 20 feet high and the flag no larger than 4.5 by 6 feet, then this STATE law supersedes the local law and they are violating his right to display the flag, even in a rental home:
Hopefully there is a lawyer around that can clarify this for everyone and is close to this Marine and perhaps take up his case.
March 14, 2013 at 12:13pm
I’ve done a little bit of radio broadcasting in my life but no television so I defer to the experts on the meaning of this:
When I do tune by MSNBC singles of time per year by accident on weekends, the shows are somewhat, uh, nasty and unattractive. So does moving Ed Schultz into the pre-game programming slot for all of their quality programming about prison rape, incarceration throughout the U.S., and infomercials about things which permanently cure acne mean that Ed will boost those show’s ratings or vice-versa?
March 13, 2013 at 5:32am
“If quoting the Constitution makes me a terrorist, we are in Hitler’s America,” she said incredulously.”
Hopefully more of the readers are just now figuring this out. Of course if you live Reichfuhrer Goering’s, er, Christie’s state of NJ, you’re pretty stupid anyways. I would have left there 40 years ago when the mafia and communists teamed up to take it over.
February 8, 2013 at 11:18pm
Bullcrap. Government does not buy hollow point for “target practice” as it is more expensive than traditional FMJ rounds used by 99.999% of all target shooters. Hollow point is only used for soft targets such as humans in self defense issues. I would question any statements by this “Navy SEAL” quoted in the article and his motives from this point forward.
January 21, 2013 at 5:31pm
LOL, you can not as it is quite illegal to bring them through customs. In St. Lucia they called them “Tourist Trees” because the Euros would fall asleep under them and the sap would drip on them giving them a nasty red sunburn like rash. I’ve hiked in the islands and you see them everywhere so it’s just like any other environment; you learn to adapt and avoid the hazards. Now during an afternoon thundershower, breaking the habit of running under the trees is a bear but once you learn about which plants are safe, it is not biggie. Hiking several miles up and down some of those mountains in the rain though, ugh.