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Never go after a ship named after a general

The kind people at Andreas Hub try really hard, and I’m sure they’re running the pleasure dome of Stha 181, but I’m also pretty sure that if they posted a “help wanted” ad on the bulletin board, it wouldn’t be picked up, because the damned thing just doesn’t work. 682 more words

Stupid Feds

With a name like Frog, it has to be Frog

The navy brats keep bugging me to do them a favor, and offer standing with the Fed military in exchange. This far out, they have to depend on low-lifes like me to bring with the fire sticks, and bribery is a very effective tool for such things. 423 more words

Stupid Feds

Feds Target SoCal 'Maternity Tourism' Schemes

IRVINE (CBSLA.com) — Investigators served search warrants at around two dozen locations across the Southland Tuesday targeting maternity tourism schemes, authorities said.

KNX 1070’s Ed Mertz reports U.S. 250 more words

News

Feds "Show Of Force" Against Americans Sends A Clear Warning: Comply Or Else!

Source: All News PipeLine, by Susan Duclos

I would like readers to look at the image below, take a good, hard look at the type of people that, in the eyes of law enforcement, including the FBI, warranted a 20 man raid from a variety of enforcement agencies, who then physically searched their persons, their vehicles, fingerprinted them, detained them and confiscated their personal belongings, including cell phones, iPads, laptops, business papers, paperwork, coinage and other valuables. 258 more words

Police State

FBI, Cops Raid Republic of Texas Meeting, Fingerprint Members, Seize Cellphones, Computers

Group filed summons local and federal government consider illegal

The Bryan Police Department, the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office, the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office, Agents of the Texas District Attorney, the Texas Rangers and the FBI raided a congressional meeting for the Republic of Texas held in Bryan, Texas. 664 more words

Government

Feds: Anti-Government Groups a Bigger Threat Than ISIS

While Islamic State brags about sleeper cells within U.S., DHS frets about right-wingers

As President Barack Obama continues to receive criticism for his refusal to use the term “Islamic extremism,” some federal authorities and law enforcement groups in the United States assert that domestic terrorists pose a bigger threat than ISIS. 387 more words

Government