Archive for the 'Law Enforcement' Category

There’s plenty we could do about mass shootings

Monday, March 12th, 2018

There was a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Feb. 14. (Former?) student Nikolas de Jesus Cruz (who was reportedly a subject of bullying there) used a .223-caliber, one-shot-per-trigger-pull rifle (not an “automatic weapon” as claimed by Democratic Florida Sen. Bill Nelson.) Young de Jesus Cruz left 17 dead, dozens more injured.

‘This culminated in police officers falsifying documents, hiding criminal activity, lying on official police reports . . .’

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

19-year-old Nikolas de Jesus Cruz — who killed 17 former schoolmates at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Feb. 14 — had committed numerous serious crimes over the previous five years, including assault, but had no criminal record (which would have prevented him from buying firearms.)

At night, sometimes they even crawl out and shoot their owners

Saturday, February 10th, 2018

‘He just sent his friend Putin a bouquet’

Saturday, February 10th, 2018

I hope it doesn’t make me sound like one of those “conspiracy types.” But does it strike anyone else, as we’ve channel-hopped recently for details of the burgeoning congressional investigation into the salacious “Christopher Steele Golden Shower dossier” funded by Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee, beefed up with fictional contributions from Clinton friends […]

‘Putting the bureau’s reputation at risk’

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

The New York Times reports today (Jan. 31) that FBI officials “say privately” that President Trump, in approving the release of California congressman Devin Nunes’ “Illegal FISA Spying” memo, is “prioritizing politics over national security” and “putting the bureau’s reputation at risk.”

‘Blood on their hands’?

Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

(Note: A version of this column appears in the Nov. 10 edition of “Firearms News,” on newsstands next week.)

The Way Things Work in Vegas . . . Part Two

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

(Our first installment ended with a lengthy excerpt from Tom Conley, a former civilian police captain, senior-level commissioned officer in the United States Navy Reserve, and certified U.S. Department of Defense counter-terrorism instructor, posted at the “Security” magazine Web site on Oct. 13 ( https://www.securitymagazine.com/blogs/14-security-blog/post/88391-the-las-vegas-massacre-the-anatomy-of-a-catastrophic-security-failure .)

The Way Things Work in Vegas . . . Part One

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Our friend Ernie Hancock, who runs the Freedom’s Phoenix radio show and Web site down in Phoenix ( http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Front-Page.htm ) claims I originated the dictum that -– if you want the straight dope on any big, controversial news event -– you just need to “wait three weeks” for the official “massaged for the masses” narrative […]

If they knew who caused all these recurring deadly California wildfires, would they do anything? Wanna bet?

Sunday, October 15th, 2017

I see where 40 people have now died (with 5,700 homes destroyed) in wildfires along California’s central and north-central coast this month -– wildfires that are far hotter, more intense, more widespread, and harder to extinguish than would have been common 50 years ago.

Who decided to issue Mohamed Noor a gun?

Monday, September 11th, 2017

(a leftover from August)



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