Trump’s Memo to FBI Director and Its Significance

  MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTOR OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION DATE: April 12, 2017 SUBJECT: Delegation of Authority under the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 I hereby delegate to the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation the authority to submit the report required under section 1907(d) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 (Public Law 114-328) (the “Act”).  (This is to report Americans who have gone to join ISIS and other terrorist groups overseas.) –##– Historical Information “The FBI, the U.S. Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, and numerous outside experts … Continue reading

AG Sessions and Secretary Kelly Interviewed In El Paso

JUSTICE NEWS El Paso, Texas April 20, 2017 “To the brave men and women who secure this border, you have both my sincere thanks and admiration. It is your service that not only protects our country, but establishes our sovereignty. As I learned first-hand last week in Nogales, it is here, on this sliver of land where we establish a beachhead against the cartels, the transnational street gangs like Mara Salvatrucha 13, and the human traffickers. This is ground zero – this is the front lines, and this is where we take our stand. Through the strong leadership of President … Continue reading

War On Drug Dealers – Trump Enforcement Train Gaining Speed

Another win for our country AND a vindication of Trump’s stance on illegal immigrants who are criminals and keeping our country safe.     Attorney General’s Press Release April 20, 2017 The DEA-led Denver OCDETF Strike Force, including the Colorado U.S. Attorney’s Office, DEA and the Aurora Police Department, today arrested multiple defendants throughout Colorado and California on various drug related charges, the Justice Department announced. The arrests were the result of a one year investigation into the inner workings of a Mexican led drug trafficking organization that brought drugs into the country through California to Colorado. A federal grand … Continue reading

President Signs Bill to Extend Veteran’s Choice Health Care Law

President Donald Trump signed a bill Wednesday to temporarily extend a program that lets some veterans seek medical care in the private sector, part of an effort by the president to deliver on a campaign promise. More information on how the VA is changing coming in the next week or so.   President Signs Bill to Extend Veteran’s Choice Health Care Law Department of Defense By Terri Moon Cronk WASHINGTON, April 20, 2017 — President Donald J. Trump signed the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act on April 18, so military veterans can continue receiving health care in the … Continue reading

Hard Rock Mining Rule by EPA on Hold For Now

  February 24, 2017 Scott Pruitt issued a press release that extended the hard rocking mining comment period on a December 2016 rule EPA proposed. They used the Superfund Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (42 U.S.C. §9601 et seq. (1980)) as their authority to issue the new rule. The act provides a Federal “Superfund” to clean up uncontrolled or abandoned hazardous-waste sites as well as accidents, spills, and other emergency releases of pollutants and contaminants into the environment. Through CERCLA, EPA was given power to seek out those parties responsible for any release and assure their cooperation in … Continue reading

Ways Government Can Help Communities Get Back To Work

It isn’t often we can talk about EPA helping a community rather than finding ways to stymie and wrap them up in regulations and rules. BUT here is one that is worth a great deal toward moving unemployed and young people forward into an industry that really needs to be considered.   How many times have we heard of disasters where hazmat cleanup and workers were involved? Certainly more every day as places across the country meet different scenarios. Where do these workers come from? How do they get trained? Is it an industry that could provide good paying jobs … Continue reading

Arizona’s Avra Valley – What Every State Should Consider About Water

FINALLY, some states have wised up and are putting into play water conservation methods long talked about by groups who have seen this time coming for many years! Western States Negotiate Drought Contingency Plan Despite Wet Winter Route Fifty Timothy Clark April 17, 2017 A visit to Arizona’s Avra Valley highlights advanced hydrological, technological and conservation solutions to the Tucson area’s water concerns. AVRA VALLEY, Ariz. — Here in the desert 15 miles from downtown Tucson, a remarkable engineering system is providing a reliable supply of water that’s the envy of other communities in the arid West. Twenty ponds, ranging … Continue reading

H.J.Res. 43 Now Law – A Win For Pro-Life Values

Totally being ignored or generally hushed up by MSM has been the signing of HJ Res 43 into law. Only brief references and mostly non-mainstream have told the story. The president’s enactment of the legislation into law is the latest in what is now a series of pro-life actions by his administration in moves designed to fulfill promises of his campaign to pro-life advocates: –Trump signed an executive order Jan. 23 that reinstated the bans on federal funds for organizations that perform or promote abortions overseas. –The State Department announced April 3 it would not forward congressionally approved money to … Continue reading

Wildlife Groups Attempting To Stop Border Walls

Congress returns on April 24 and 25 after an Easter break to mull over more issues. The one taking front and center is the looming budget deadline. Of the issues most important during campaigns and for citizens in general is the building of a border security wall using technology, increased border manpower, and a physical wall to get it done. Wildlife groups have always found ways to thwart construction or forward advancement to protect wildlife. I actually am for better building construction with wildlife concerns in mind. But, I believe that with meaningful mediation, forethought, knowledge, and cooperation both sides … Continue reading

Advocacy Groups Warn Against ‘Illegal’ Hiring Practices at Justice

Seriously, advocacy groups on either side of the political spectrum and their “warnings” are enough to make a looney bird seem sane. I bet AG Sessions is swamped with “demand” letters and “thou shalt” attitudes. However, in the case of the most conservatives who are sick of the liberal attitudes, we are aware of just how divisive and at times warped Obama’s agencies were when handing out so-called justice in the name of civil rights and political correctness… This week in Government Executive Management is an article written by Eric Wagner. He talks about a collection of 23 progressive and public interest advocacy organizations and … Continue reading

More Winning: Haitian Immigration Down by 97%

From the Washington Times: Sometime around November, word began to trickle back down the spine of Latin America: The U.S. was getting stricter about letting in Haitians at the border. Not only had the Obama administration begun deporting Haitians after a six-year humanitarian pause, but President Trump also had just been elected, presaging an even tougher policy. Many of those en route, such as the hundreds staged at migrant camps in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, figured they had gone that far and had little to lose by trying to finish the journey north. But for the tens of thousands of … Continue reading

Some Thoughts on Missiles & Bombs

These last days I have been ruminating over the events abroad, actions by President Trump, actions by world leaders, responses from idiots… Some things make no sense unless one steps back a bit.  It is akin to not being able to see a forest because you are too close to the trees.  That stated, this is what I have concluded: A)  Syria allegedly gassed it’s own people thus garnering a response of 59 cruise missiles from the USA on an airfield.  I call bullshit on Assad ordering the gas.  What’s more likely is jihadis used a remote detonator strapped to … Continue reading

OMB Releases Memo on Reducing Federal Workforce

OMB Releases Memo on Reducing Federal Workforce “Billions and billions of dollars are being wasted on activities that are not delivering results for hardworking American taxpayers.” – President Donald J. Trump President Trump released a statement on April 12, 2017. In a nutshell, he is telling everyone in government to shape up and get with his program of a leaner, more efficient, less “big brother” agenda. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is the largest office within the Executive Office of the President of the United States (EOP). They are about to hit the track running full-out in this new … Continue reading

UN child sex ring uncovered in Haiti

UN child sex ring uncovered in Haiti   American Liberty Pac BY Katie April 13, 2017 United Nations Peacekeepers are anything but. The Associated Press has uncovered an internal UN investigation into a child sex ring operated by UN Peacekeepers in Haiti. The allegations are disturbing — and offenders largely go unpunished: “I did not even have breasts,” said a girl, known as V01 — Victim No. 1. She told U.N. investigators that over the next three years, from ages 12 to 15, she had sex with nearly 50 peacekeepers, including a “Commandant” who gave her 75 cents. Sometimes she … Continue reading

Did China Just Deliver A Major Slap Down To North Korea

The following was sent over media nets but quickly removed. However, it was there long enough to be cached by at least one media outlet. China Threatens To Bomb North Korea’s Nuclear Facilities If It Crosses Beijing’s “Bottom Line” ZeroHedge by Tyler Durden April 12, 2017 With everyone putting down new and/or revised “red lines”, be it on Syria or North Korea, it was now China’s turn to reveal its “red” or rather “bottom line”, and in a harshly worded editorial titled “The United States Must Not Choose a Wrong Direction to Break the DPRK Nuclear Deadlock on Wednesday” Beijing … Continue reading