User Profile: Max Power 1

Max Power 1

Member Since: April 09, 2011


  • [8] September 20, 2014 at 3:42pm

    Just to set the record straight, Posse Comitatus was done away with in the NDAA. I believe the last two NDAA renewals contain language specifically nullifying Posse Comitatus. BTW, Trey Gowdy voted for it both times.

  • [1] September 18, 2014 at 12:39pm

    I wasn’t very clear in my previous post. My fault. Nikky stated what the system is, & I agree. However, I refuse to work completely within that system, which is setup to automatically defeat the parent. Just like the government has passed laws that makes illegal any tool that can be used to defeat them. I would never allow any agency to kidnap my kids, ever. They belong to me. I can & would reluctantly use whatever force I had to to enforce that. They have their rules, & I have mine. My rule number 1 is, if you mess with my family, you are in mortal danger, tread very carefully, I don’t care who you are, or if you have a badge, or what papers you carry. I carry a .45.
    @hillplus The Pelletier’s allowed the government to dictate the terms. I won’t. They wouldn’t have been able to kidnap my kid like they did that poor girl.That case just reinforces my point. Don’t play by their rules, the game is rigged.
    @rEt, CPS or whatever there name is where you live, gets away with their crap because parents let them. Parents must decide what’s important to them. Nothing is more important to me than my family. If I really don’t want CPS to speak to my kids, it won’t happen. Trust me. If they bring cops, it still won’t happen. I don’t care what their standards are. They need to care what MY standards are. If they press the issue, which they would, I will gladly take my family elsewhere. Thankfully, I have never been in this situation & never will be.

  • [13] September 17, 2014 at 10:28pm

    Nonsense. Thank goodness my kids are all over 18, but when they were minors, my children are mine, period. No one will interview my kids without my permission. No one will “haul off” my kids while I am alive. No one has the authority to over rule my parental rights. No one. I was & still am quite able to enforce my parental rights, with whatever level of force that might be necessary. That being said, faced with this particular situation, I would lawyer up, & I probably would have allowed an interview in my presence, in my home with only 1 agent, plus my lawyer, but I guarantee I would be packing. My cooperation would immediately end if they tried to take it further.

  • [1] September 17, 2014 at 11:27am

    Right you are Sarge. There is a lot more involved in the PA shooting. I’d like to see the records of those 2 troopers. What have they been involved in? People don’t just set up & wack cops for no reason. Someone could have killed this guy & dumped his vehicle in the pond. Why were his id & possessions in the car? Makes no sense. Either this guy is a patsy, or the troopers are dirty. Or both. Or, were the cops on the SWAT team? Did they no knock raid his house? Did they hassle him for weapons “violations?” Why are the State Police acting so strange about this case? There is a muslim cell in north central PA.

  • September 10, 2014 at 11:40am

    wigone, right you are. Issa is complicit in all this. His job is to drag all these scandals out until no one cares anymore. Why is Holder still walking around free? Nothing is going to happen to anyone in the regime. Lerner will never go to jail. It’s all delay, delay, delay, until they are ready to slam the lid on us. Don’t count on Goudy to be your knight in shining armor either. Remember, he voted to allow the illegals in. He’s all talk, so far. When he puts someone high up in jail, then I’ll believe. Do not count on these people to save us.

  • [1] September 8, 2014 at 4:16pm

    When does he get his statue?

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  • September 2, 2014 at 5:34pm

    Right you are Gunny, fill the sky with BUFFs. Kick the tires and light the fires.

  • [12] September 2, 2014 at 5:30pm

    Hi Ghost, I can answer your question. They have several dry runs in advance of the actual beheading. These can be over a few weeks or months. The victim becomes somewhat complacent because after 10 or 20 false executions, he figures it’s just another false alarm. They are probably told that if they read a statement or confession, they will be spared. “We’ll just pretend to behead you.” Then, at some point, “surprise, we lied.” There is only one way to deal with these barbarians. Kill every one of them. We’ll have to do it sooner or later, may as well get it over with. They figured that out during the crusades, we need the same now.
    Beware on September 11th all. 11 Airliners missing in Libya. That’s right 11.

  • [8] September 1, 2014 at 12:18pm

    No policeman should carry anything other than a sidearm, cuffs, flashlight, pepper spray, night stick, radio, and notebook. A 12 ga. should be in the car. Period. If an officer gets into a situation he can’t handle with this, he calls for backup. Let supervisors have access to an AR-15. Cops do not deal with terror attacks, or firefights with drug cartels, or kids held in schools by terrorists. 99% of police work is writing traffic tickets, you don’t need a Bearcat for that. An unarmored cop, is a polite cop. An extraordinary military situation should be dealt with by the HRT, or if big enough, the military. All local tactical teams should be disbanded. Maybe the state police could have one for emergencies. No knock warrants have to go. If you have a warrant, knock on the door. A breach team violates the 4th amendment, “the right to be secure in your person, etc.” You are not secure in your home or person, if the cops can bust in at 3 am with flash bangs & shoot you, your family, & your dog. The number one job of all cops everywhere, is to protect the Constitutional rights of the citizenry, that trumps officer safety, & even catching the bad guy. If officer safety is paramount, then why not just “drone” all suspects, while the cops sit in the station 24\7? More Sheriff Andy Taylor, & less Rambo.

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  • [-1] August 31, 2014 at 9:06pm

    Retired, PA registers every firearm at purchase.

  • August 29, 2014 at 5:06pm

    Dang. Was hoping for good news. We’ve lost yet another one. Our country is a little bit less, today.

  • August 28, 2014 at 4:16pm

    Now that you mention it. I wonder what happened to the two “missing” ones a while back? It was when Lindsey Graham warned of a nuclear attack in South Carolina. That one was supposedly detonated in the Atlantic off the east coast of S. Carolina so obama couldn’t use it for a false flag. The other one was hidden by one of the fired generals for the same reason. Or so the legend goes…

  • [2] August 27, 2014 at 4:51pm

    That’s not what it says in the story. It must be a typo. If the cops did NOT know it was an airsoft gun, then the robber was fair game, so to speak.

  • [3] August 27, 2014 at 4:44pm

    Dion was killed by police officers who opened fire to prevent an ongoing robbery, according to the Associated Press. Police said they did realize the suspect, who was also killed by police gunfire, was carrying an Airsoft gun capable of firing only plastic pellets.

    OK, There must be much more to this story, or is the above quote a typo? They opened fire to prevent a robbery? Really? Light up the perp while innocents are in the line of fire? Police DID realize the suspect was carrying an Airsoft gun? So they knowingly wacked a guy with a toy gun, instead of walking up to him & grabbing him? Either the story is wrong, or something else is wrong here. I hope it’s just a poorly written story. If not, the cops did everything wrong here. I don’t care about the slimeball robber, he got what he had coming, but an innocent guy trying to do his job, lost his life. Ok, let the down thumbs begin, in 3…2…1…

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  • August 24, 2014 at 2:01pm

    You’re right that this really started with the N. Hollywood shooting rampage. Now, it’s gotten totally out of control. No policeman anywhere in this country should be outfitted like those in the above picture. Those aren’t policemen protecting and serving, those are stormtroopers. Cops just don’t get it. They’re not scaring anybody but the sheep, but there are sheepdogs out here who are not impressed. I really don’t blame the rank & file, it comes from the top. It’s all about the chief’s attitude. I got sliced & diced on another thread for my opinions on this issue. But I don’t care, I’m right. This country is a powder keg, & this heavy handed, overzealous enforcement and use of excessive force (that has become the norm) is a burning fuze. Ten years ago there was an average nationwide of less than 1 use of SWAT per day. Today there is over 100 per day. Don’t tell me about “officer safety”. You can’t achieve 100% safety by trampling the rights of the citizenry. Officer safety is an important issue, but it is not the primary one. I’m all for protecting a policeman trying to do his job,within reason. Militerization is not reasonable. There are many jobs far more dangerous than police work. Maintaining the Constitutional rights of every citizen IS the primary concern, & takes presidence over everything else. We need more Sheriff Taylor, and less Rambo.

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  • [17] August 23, 2014 at 11:15am

    Something to consider. It has been established that the government (therefore others too) has unfettered access to every computer on the planet of recent manufacture, without the knowledge or consent of the owner. How then can that same government hold any of us responsible for what is found on our computers? I guess they just deem it so.

  • [29] August 23, 2014 at 11:08am

    Why is it illegal to lie to a cop, when it’s legal for the cops to lie to us?

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  • [4] August 22, 2014 at 2:42pm

    Winner winner chicken dinner! Isn’t it strange that all of a sudden, the regime is all scared of terrorists again? ISIS isn’t any more scary than any other group. They all behead people, they all are well funded, they all are trying to destroy us. So what makes these pukes any different? OK, they do have all our hardware we left over in the sand box, but how much of that is really serviceable? Did we leave stockpiles of spare parts? If so, a case can be made that the regime purposely armed our enemies once again.

  • [6] August 22, 2014 at 2:32pm

    The traitors in DC had better hope that an attack never comes. The lucky ones who make it to their bunkers will spend the rest of their short lives hoping that patriots cannot find the air intakes.

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  • [2] August 22, 2014 at 2:21pm

    obama does not receive a briefing. A written summary goes to Val Jar every am.