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Just when I thought I was wrong about the federal government not being able to do anything right: Obama Administration Spent Thousands On Strippers, Boxing Tickets In Failed Sting On Border Patrol Agent

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

The case against a border patrol agent gets dismissed after his lawyer claims multi-agency corruption task force entrapped his client. 731 more words

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KCS Group adds Sentinel to protect against cyber attack

Security firm KCS Group Europe continues to bolster the options it can deliver and has added Sentinel from ZoneFox to its portfolio to allow clients to monitor data interaction across their enterprise. 242 more words


Labor Unions Swindle Workers and Shakedown Employers

Labor unions are bad for workers and employers. But sometimes the good guys prevail.

The lawsuit filed by a Fresno farmworker against members of the  960 more words

State Politics

Phineas Fahrquar reblogged this on Public Secrets and commented:

In a nutshell, unions are legal cartels that work to increase members' pay by controlling the supply of labor, removing competition. The linked article is a good example of how, over time, unions almost inevitably move from serving workers' interests to being little better than strong-arm rackets out for themselves.

this day in crime history: july 30, 1975

On this date in 1975, former (and wannabe future) teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa disappeared. Hoffa was scheduled to have a sit-down at the Machus Red Fox restaurant in Bloomfield, MI with Detroit mobster Anthony “Tony Jack” Giacalone and New Jersey labor leader Anthony “Tony Pro” Provenzano. 99 more words

True Crime

Central American gangs cash in from extortion

Guatemalan crooks net $61 million annually

Contributing to the exodus from the Northern Triangle to the U.S. border, gangs and copycat criminals are shaking down Central American businessmen for hundreds of millions of dollars a year. 201 more words

Columns, Essays, & Pure Opinion

Phineas Fahrquar reblogged this on Public Secrets and commented:

Part of the reason we're seeing this sudden influx of minors at the border.

July 26th, 2014

My body lays weak 
And she's standing over me speeching
She world announces
She is the one reaching
She waits around
She runs in and out
Men wait outside the window
She's proud I've run out of tobacco
They decided to screw in my mind

The Politicans permit her presesence
And the people clock for me her attendence
The money should all be hers
A bear is crying in the woods
One day he will be extinct

I don't want him to hold me
She's breathing in and out
She making my elbow internally raw
She's talking until I'm not punching
She's holding her skin below
She's to bellow out the window
"Don't stop" - that's her skin below

And they all just want to wash her

She finds a place inside of this
And places phlegm on my tobacco gift

Now the crowd they back her
Because she always lies
And they pull out the phlegm
And stuff it in my mouth
So her saliva came become one with mine

And he's shoving in and out
She's smirking to the side
Slowly we are becoming one
A maintenance like sex

Today she's had breakfast, lunch
Airconditioned room
Her clothes are clean 
Her skin for mean
And all the passers grooms

She brings me to the media
To tell me she told them
That she is my man
And I'm no woman to them
Hacking up her phlem

Every hair on her relaxed head
Is crawling over here
It smells brown and clogs up every pore
Her brown ambition
Like new hair that grows strong
Lattaced in my reality
While thumping on the gong

She has more to say

She's prepared to go sell tickets
Dressed in stolen clothes
That settled so long ago
Other people cannot wear those
That I write a fiction
As the crowd turns up it's nose
And she will go to her next chore
That it wasn't me at all
But she's the pussy pussy, pussy pussy doll
And someone else entirely
Someone I did not pay
Someone who will come speaking
Reaching to pet this way

What title do you make it? 18 more words

The libertarian response to "If you don't like America then you can get out!"

It’s nearly impossible for a libertarian to go through their entire life without being asked the great rhetorical question, “If you don’t like it here why don’t you leave?” They can also put it as an order. 878 more words