DoJ Filed Indictment in Malaysian Sovereign Wealth Fund

  In a press conference dated July 20, 2016, Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell Delivered remarks announcing significant Kleptocracy enforcement action to recover more than $1 Billion obtained from corruption involving Malaysian Sovereign Wealth Fund. During the speech, she make this statement: This is the largest single action ever brought by the Kleptocracy Initiative, and a significant milestone in the department’s ongoing fight against global corruption. The complaint filed today in federal court details the complex web of transactions these co-conspirators used to launder billions of dollars that they stole from the people of Malaysia. This case is yet another … Continue reading

Trey Gowdy Furious Over Closed Door Congressional Security Leaks

As new head of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, it is important that information contained and discussed behind closed doors be secure from leaks. Unfortunately, Trey Gowdy found out this week, those in attendance of a “secure closed door meeting” apparently can not be trusted to honor their oath and committment to national security. The June 20th press release for the Russia Investigative Task Force Hearing stated that “On Wednesday, June 21, former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, will appear in open session starting at 10 a.m. to answer questions related to Russian active measures … Continue reading

Are Local Citizens FINALLY Getting Fed Up and Recalling Their Elected Officals? The answer is…

YES — Statistics Are Showing An Increase In Recalls      Ballotpedia June 19, 2017 Voters in 36 states have the power to recall elected officials, bringing an early end to their term in office. Between January 1, 2017, and June 19, 2017, 134 recall efforts were initiated against 178 officials in 31 states. This was a decrease in recall frequency since our 2016 mid-year report, which counted 189 recall efforts, but it is more than the 97 recalls tracked in our 2015 mid-year report. This puts 2017 on track to surpass 2014’s 190 total recall efforts. Ballotpedia found that … Continue reading

Signed by the Governor: Maine Law Prohibits State Gun Registries

Posted on June 22, 2017 AUGUSTA, Maine (June 19, 2017) – Last week, Maine Gov. Paul LePage signed a bill into law prohibiting any type of state firearms registry. The law will not only protect the privacy of Maine gun owners, it will also hinder the federal government’s ability to develop a firearms database and create a climate less favorable to federal gun control. Rep. Patrick Corey (R-Windham) introduced House Bill 9 (LD9)  with a bipartisan coalition of cosponsors in January. The legislation prohibits the creation of a state firearms registry. “Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, a government … Continue reading

Move Over Clintons – Obama Just Took First Place In Illegal Moves

We have seen so many times that Obama had a total disregard for US Laws but… Obama just broke the law and has absconded with information that should have been held for congressional review if not for FOIA.   Stunning Coverup Maneuver – Obama NSC Move All Intelligence Unmasking Material To Obama Library To Avoid Sunlight… The Last Refuge via Conservative Treehouse Sundance June 19, 2017 To understand the play at stake here, and the larger scheme to keep the Obama political surveillance from the sunlight of discovery, it is important to remember the only factually known illegal activity surrounding … Continue reading

The Left Takes ANOTHER Smackdown

this time from the FBI themselves! EXCERPT:  “The FBI has published a brief report on the shooting in Alexandria. It is devastating to the idea that the gun-control measures presently coveted by the Democratic party would have done something to prevent the attack. Over the past two decades, Democrats have focused on three major proposals for reform. They are: 1) That all private transfers should be contingent upon a federal background check; 2) That firearms that look a certain way should be classed as “assault weapons” and prohibited from sale; and 3) That civilians should be forbidden from buying magazines … Continue reading

ICE – Carrying Out A Difficult Job As A Matter Of National Security – Yet Sanctuary Cities Continue To Obstruct

ICE – Carrying Out A Difficult Job As A Matter Of National Security – Yet Sanctuary Cities Continue To Obstruct That Duty (Prepared Statement by Senator Chuck Grassley) ICE ERO Arrests Continue to Climb DHS website 100 days WASHINGTON, D.C. – In the 100 days since President Donald J. Trump signed Executive Orders (EOs) regarding immigration enforcement priorities, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has arrested more than 41,000 individuals who are either known or suspected of being in the country illegally. This reflects an increase of 37.6 percent over the same period in 2016. Between Jan. 22 and April … Continue reading

Mark Levin challenges Mueller: What’s your intention?

As a follow-up to to yesterday’s post, on Hannity last night Mark Levin lays out the bullshit witch hunt of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Exactly!  What is his authority? Further, no one outside of beltway gives a crap about this.  CNN recently conducted a poll asking if President Trump should be investigated?   The asshats at CNN got disappointed whereas 70% said NO. So what’s next, Donald Trump was seen jaywalking in 1979? The left has talked themselves into believing that Trump is guilty of something and therefore unfit to be president and must be deposed, all the while dismissing … Continue reading

If One is raked over the coals for “Russian” involvement then All must be burned

If One is raked over the coals for “Russian” involvement then All must be burned Flashback: Russian Ambassador Visited Obama White House 22 Times   Town Hall Matt Vespa June 18, 2017 Prior to the testimony given by Attorney General Jeff Sessions before the Senate Intelligence Committee this week, there was a lot of chatter about his third undisclosed meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Depending on whom you read, like the LA Times or the Associated Press, Sessions denied the third meeting, while NBC News says the attorney general said it was “conceivable” a third rendezvous occurred, but he cannot recollect what happened. He … Continue reading

Summer of Hate or Arrival of Worse to Come

The anger bubbling up is not just a US problem but is playing out across the world. Summer Of Hate: The Arrival Of The Crisis & The Second Civil War? ZeroHedge Tyler Durden June 16, 2017 Authored by Michael Hart and StockBoardAsset, In our previous article, we discussed how our analysis of recent events in the US and elsewhere seem to be leading up to some sort of ‘Crisis Event’ that appears to correlate with some of the predictions made in Neil Strauss and William Howe’s 1997 book The Fourth Turning: What the Cycles of History Tell Us About America’s … Continue reading

Cyber Warfare – The Strange Case Of Congressional and Economic Blindness

  Cyber Warfare – The Strange Case Of Congressional and Economic Blindness History – One example of a shining US star that crashed, burned, or was absorbed by other companies who are no longer located in the US. In 1957 Digital Equipment was founded. It was founded initially to make electronic modules for test, measurement, prototyping and control markets. Eventually it became was a major American company in the computer industry from the 1950s to the 1990s. DEC was a leading vendor of computer systems, including computers, software, and peripherals. Their PDP and successor VAX products were the most successful of … Continue reading

Congress Members Unleash When Their Retirement Is At Stake

House Democrats Pen Letter Blasting Proposed Federal Retirement Cuts Government Executive Erich Wagner June 15, 2017 More than 100 Democratic members of Congress sent a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi Thursday to oppose the cuts to federal employee retirement programs as outlined in President Trump’s fiscal 2018 budget proposal. Lawmakers, led by Reps. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., and Gerry Connolly, D-Va., described Trump’s budget request as an “assault” on federal workers, retirees and their families, calling the proposed reforms to employee retirement programs “tantamount to a pay cut.” While the Trump budget would give civilian federal employees a 1.9 … Continue reading

State Department Grant Funds Used to Oppose Netanyahu

ACLJ Case Seeking Information About State Department Grant Funds Used to Oppose Netanyahu Moves Forward   ACLJ June 10, 2017 We obtained a crucial victory yesterday in our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation against the Department of State, in which we are seeking records concerning the then-Obama State Department’s grant of funds to several organizations that campaigned to unseat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the 2015 Israeli elections. The district court in Washington, D.C., ordered that we be permitted to file an amendment to our initial complaint detailing not just the State Department’s failure to abide by the … Continue reading

Indictment of First Major Leaker

It’s an issue that shouldn’t be partisan. It shouldn’t matter who the President is.   ACLJ June 14, 2017 It’s an issue that shouldn’t be partisan. It shouldn’t matter who the President is. All Americans should praise the indictment of someone who leaks top-secret classified information and breaks the law while also making statements siding with Iran over the United States, saying she wanted to “burn the White House down.” Reality Leigh Winner, 25, a Federal Government contractor with top secret security clearance was charged with leaking classified U.S. intelligence documents after she allegedly removed classified materials from a Government … Continue reading

Tom Fitton on Comey, Special Counsel, and Deep State

  Interesting that Fitton noted that a Special Counsel may actually be unconstitutional because it has no oversight, no authority to go beyond the specifically stated contractual reason for convening, and is not duly authorized by congress or public vote to acquire unlimited access to records or have unlimited authority. Yet apparently This special counsel is usurping the lawful authority rights of congressional access when someone appeared before the Oversight committee and used the excuse that they could not reply until they consulted with the Special Counsel such as happened last week. Fitton also makes reference to the illegality of any … Continue reading

Good Guy with a Gun Captures Escaped Georgia Cop Murdering Convicts

FOX: A Tennessee homeowner held two escaped inmates wanted in the killing of two prison guards at gunpoint Thursday until authorities arrived and made the arrests. Tennessee Highway Patrol spokesman Lt. Bill Miller said late Thursday that the homeowner caught Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubose trying to steal his vehicle. Miller says the escaped Georgia inmates had crashed a car while being chased by law enforcement and fled on foot into woods along Interstate 24 near the rural community of Christiana. Miller says something alerted the homeowner that people were outside his home and he saw the men trying to … Continue reading

How Is DoJ Press Release A “Cryptic” Message?

  The statement was issued just hours after a report from the Washington Post stating that Special Counsel Robert Mueller was investigating President Trump for possible obstruction of justice. Twitter and internet have blown this sky high claiming it is “cryptic”.  Cryptic — really? As defined, cryptic is (1) having a meaning that is obscure, enigmatic, mysterious, confusing, mystifying, perplexing, puzzling,  abstruse, arcane, oracular, Delphic, ambiguous, elliptical, oblique; or in more modern vernacular–informal “as clear as mud”. (2)  serving to conceal; and  (3)  employing cipher or code. The only think cryptic about that message is that people have managed to go … Continue reading

Looks Like Radical Left Decided If Less Violent Threats Aren’t Enough in Georgia…

to get their way, then they will resort to other means of getting their people elected.     The special election is to replace former Rep. Tom Price (R), who left to become President Trump’s Health and Human Services secretary. The two main candidates in Georgia District 6 are Karen Handel (R) and Jon Ossoff (D). A federal district judge ordered the voter registration to be reopened on May 4th citing the ruling as part of a broader lawsuit by a Washington-based advocacy group, which last month accused Georgia of violating federal law by reducing the amount of time residents had to … Continue reading

Is Wasserman-DNC Lawsuit Turning Deadly? Why The MSM Blackout?

MSM appears to be trying to black out any reporting on the highly political fraud lawsuit brought against the DNC by members of the Democrat Party. Now strange events are unfolding as the lawsuit continues.     According to the DNC Fraud Lawsuit website, the filing is a class action against the Democratic National Committee and Debbie Wasserman Schultz for collusion and fraud. June 2016 – Wikileaks released several volumes of documents which pointed to the DNC and Debbie Wasserman in particular as colluding and deliberately channeling party contributions in the presidential election to Hillary Clinton rather than treating Bernie Sanders as a legitimate … Continue reading

Another Winning Move by President Trump

  New Trump Order Seeks To Tear Down Regulations, Build Up Apprenticeships Western Journalism Jack Davis June 15, 2017 President Donald Trump acted Thursday to demolish a bureaucratic infrastructure that he said needed to be removed to allow America’s companies to create apprenticeships that will provide jobs for millions. To do so, he signed an executive order that will more than double the amount of money delegated to apprenticeship programs from $90 million to almost $200 million annually. Trump also vowed to increase federal grants to support companies that launch apprenticeship programs in fields such as information technology, as well … Continue reading