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WASHINGTON – Working from an office suite behind a Burger King in southern Virginia, operatives used a web of shadowy cigarette sales to funnel tens of millions of dollars into a secret bank account. They weren’t known smugglers, but rather agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
The operation, not authorized under Justice Department rules, gave agents an off-the-books way to finance undercover investigations and pay informants without the usual cumbersome paperwork and close oversight, according to court records and people close to the operation.
The secret account is at the heart of a federal racketeering lawsuit brought by a collective of tobacco farmers who say they were swindled out of $24 million. A pair of ATF informants received at least $1 million each from that sum, records show.
Yesterday a federal appeals court upheld Maryland’s ban on so-called assault weapons, saying ownership of such guns is “not protected by the Second Amendment.” The decision, by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, overturned a 2016 ruling by a three-judge panel of the same court that said Maryland’s law should be subject to “strict scrutiny” because it imposes a “substantial burden” on the right to keep and bear arms.
Maryland’s “assault weapon” ban, which it expanded after the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, bans the sale or transfer of 81 listed gun models, along with “their copies,” plus all semiautomatic centerfire rifles that accept detachable magazines and have two or more of these features: a folding stock, a grenade/flare launcher, or a flash suppressor. The law also bans the sale or transfer of magazines than can hold more than 10 rounds. Violators (buyers as well as sellers) can go to prison for up to three years.
Things are chaotic in many parts of the country, especially in urban environs and this is a prime time in history to be the “grey man” or be prepared to be the “object of someone else’s attention”. Case in point, unless you do desire to make your stand loud and clear (because bumper stickers are known to change people’s minds and make a difference in the world) get that $%^& off of your vehicle. It is one thing and one thing only (besides your cry for cool points), a magnet for attention. Attention at 11pm in a convenience store lot from a group of angry AntiFA/AntiMAGA folks is not good attention at all. Attention from a thief who looks for your Browning or Highpoint sticker on your Siv-ver-ah-doh is not good either.
Listen, we are gonna see the “left” and those that do not see the last election cycle as ice cream and watermelon time begin to look for opportunities to express themselves in what can be described as “venting”. Do not make yourself the “vent”. Avoid places if possible that seem to promote you as a pinata full of hate. Keep stickers, tags and such off of your poon magnet. Avoid “tak-tee-kul” clothing and hats when you may be in hostile areas (or just avoid it, it does not make you an operator). Don’t stop at zero-dark-thirty at LeRoy’s Brotherhood Market…. Avoid it by keeping your fuel tank full and pissing before you are about to wet yourself.
Be armed. Not just your Glock 19/17 (Gawd bless Gaston) but keep a carbine in the car. Listen, just do it. And mags, several mags. Hopefully that purty black thang will ride around unused for practically ever but what if you find yourself in shizholeistan at zerodarkthirty with a non-MAGA group wanting to make a zample out of you and Mrs. FreeFor? A carbine would certainly help back that $%^& right the fark down.
Keep your mudderhumpin fone in your pocket and your eyes on the real world. Geezus people stay alert and aware.
Look at people, look them in the eye. Exude confidence, not bravado. Be Jose Wales not Vanilla Ice. Don’t look like an easy target, but don’t look like you wanna take over da hood either.
Lastly, get some training. Carrying a weapon does not make you a warrior or even “armed”, what is between your ears does.
NEAR MISSION – Local law enforcement said the number of people crossing the border illegally is on the decline.
We met with Hidalgo County Precinct 3 deputy constable Joel Contreras for a ride along in Anzalduas Park on Tuesday. They patrol the area on their overtime shifts.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Rising floodwaters sent at least 14,000 residents fleeing inundated homes in San Jose, California, and forced the shutdown of a major freeway Wednesday.
U.S. 101 was closed in both directions south of San Francisco because of water across lanes and officials said there was no estimate when the key commuter artery into Silicon Valley would reopen.
Authorities went door-to-door overnight ordering thousands to seek higher ground as creeks and reservoirs overtopped their banks and sent chest-deep water into neighborhoods.
Do you wonder why Donald Trump thinks he’s wildly popular beyond the nefarious precincts of those enemies of the people, the liberal news media? The president himself offered a succinct talking point on that subject near the beginning of his very non-succinct February 16 press conference.
James O’Keefe of Project Veritas is set to unleash holy hell Thursday on #FakeNews network CNN. Well, he didn’t exactly say it was CNN, but it was heavily implied. Apparently the network has a mole…
O’Keefe is known for undercover sting operations which have led to such bombshells as the DNC’s paid agitator network, the outing of “DisruptJ20” / Antifa organizers which took place at comet ping pong – and netted three arrests (including a suspected pedophile), and most recently New Hampshire election fraud.
Yesterday, O’Keefe was interviewed on Sean Hannity’s radio show where he revealed that a major network has been “stung”.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexicans fear deportee and refugee camps could be popping up along their northern border under the Trump administration’s plan to start deporting to Mexico all Latin Americans and others who entered the U.S. illegally through this country.
Previous U.S. policy called for only Mexican citizens to be sent to Mexico. Migrants known as “OTMs” — Other Than Mexicans — got flown back to their homelands.
Now, under a sweeping rewrite of enforcement policies announced Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, migrants might be dumped over the border into a violence-plagued land where they have no ties while their asylum claims or deportation proceedings are heard in the United States. U.S. officials didn’t say what Mexico would be expected to do with them.
Universities are the cradle of free speech, where ideologies and ideas clash, where academics and activists can agree, disagree, or be disagreeable. This is particularly true in the United States, where the First Amendment zealously guards against government surveillance and intrusion into free speech.
Yet at hundreds of campuses across the country, administrators encourage students to report one another, or their professors, for speech protected by the First Amendment, or even mere political disagreements. The so-called “Bias Response Teams” reviewing these (often anonymous) reports typically include police officers, student conduct administrators and public relations staff who scrutinize the speech of activists and academics.
Embalming is the treatment of a deceased individual to temporarily preserve and forestall decomposition. In 1867, chemist August Wilhelm von Hofmann discovered formaldehyde, replacing the use of arsenic in the 20th century, and became the foundation for modern methods of embalming. Modern embalming cocktails contain a mixture of formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, ethanol, humectants and other wetting agents.