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Special Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) risk their lives and the safety of their families to protect and serve, yet politicians in Washington, D.C. have left many of them stranded, without fuel, and feeling as though their operational integrity has been compromised. As a result of politically-motivated sequester cuts, many in the FBI worry they cannot do their jobs as well as when they had adequate funding. Read more »
News coverage of the assassinations of Kaufman County, TX Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse, District Attorney Mike McLelland, and McLelland's wife Cynthia has turned to the alleged involvement of a group named the Aryan Brotherhood (AB).
Considering McLelland was part of a task force that investigated the Aryan Brotherhood, and in light of the recent killing of Colorado prison chief Tom Clements, allegedly
On Saturday, Mar. 30, the bodies of 23-year Army veteran and Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife Cynthia were found in their home, the victims of an apparent assassination.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, a law enforcement official described the scene at the McLelland’s home as “awful,” with “shell casings everywhere.” This caused Forney Mayor Darren Rozell and local defense attorney Eric Smenner both to suggest the McLellands were targeted: Read more »
With all of the talk about gun control coming from the left and particularly from Senator Dianne Feinstein, you would think they would also have some sense of outrage about Attorney General Eric Holder's refusal to cooperate with the investigation into the failed gunrunning program, Fast and Furious. The National Rifle Association (NRA) is outraged about this issue and you should be too. Why isn't Senator Feinstein? Let's look... Read more »
Shouldn't Paul Begala say this about Obama: Once a Drug Head Girl Pusher, Always a Drug Head Girl Pusher??
I recently came across an article on The Daily Beast “Paul Begala on Romney: Once a Bully, Always a Bully”.
In the article, Paul starts out by saying that “It is a good general principle that we ought not hold teenage wrongdoing against middle-aged people.”
Paul then goes straight into saying it is okay to hold this 40 year old teenage incident against Romney Why? Because as an adult, Romney was a “bully” when he “cut” education as a governor and because his company laid people off. Read more »
When President Barack Obama first took office, he promised “an unprecedented level of openness.” Instead, we have seen an unprecedented level of obstruction regarding the Freedom of Information Act.
Don’t take my word for it. Listen to Washington lawyer Katherine Meyer, who has filed Freedom of Information Act cases under six administrations, dating to the late 1970s. “This administration is the worst on FOIA issues,” Meyer recently told POLITICO. “The worst. There’s just no question about it.” Read more »
Today, I asked President Obama to reinstate a provision, passed unanimously last fall, that would prevent federal agencies from engaging in the practice of "gun-walking."
President Barack H. Obama
Dear Mr. President: Read more »
Celebratory Bullets Cause Injury and Damage in Texas Border Town on New Year’s Eve (pictures and video)
On New Year's Eve, many people in Rio Grande City, TX were too scared to even step out of their houses for fear that they might get hit by a bullet. The Starr County Memorial Hospital could not give me any patient information, but they did confirm that some (at least one) individuals were treated at the hospital on New Year’s Eve for wounds caused by bullets falling and hitting people. Read more »
For 10 years, thousands of American troops have fought against terrorism and for the liberation of Iraq. Many have sacrificed their lives on the altar of freedom on behalf of people in a land halfway around the world, leaving their families with the memory of their fallen heroes. Meanwhile, American taxpayers have spent billions of dollars on the military equipment used during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Now, the U.S. is withdrawing from Iraq and thousands of our desert warriors will soon be enthusiastically welcomed home. Read more »
Texas Law Enforcement Battle 15 Armed Mexicans Crossing Border At Least one Mexican National Shot - 11/8/2011
Border Shootout in Starr County between Roma, TX and Rio Grande City, TX.
There are not many details available yet, but we know that this afternoon there was a shootout in Starr County Texas that involved Law Enforcement officers and at least 15 armed Mexican Nationals who crossed the border. This is possible spillover Drug Cartel violence.
My brother went to the scene to find a blocked off dirt road with dozens of law enforcement vehicles from several different agencies.