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Republican Congressmen Take A Trip To The Border

Republican Congressmen Take A Trip To The Border

  William Davis | Contributor A group of Republican congressmen took a trip to the border last week as they continue to push for Congress to reform immigration laws and fund President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall. Thank you to @RepAndyBiggsAZ, @Rep_Hunter, @RepMattGaetz, @RepSeanDuffy, @RepDustyJohnson, @PeteStauber & @RepJohnJoyce for visiting #DEA in Arizona and learning […]

Trump’s New Attorney General Warns Of ‘Porous Border’ Effects |

Trump’s New Attorney General Warns Of ‘Porous Border’ Effects |

Saagar Enjeti | White House Correspondent  Newly-confirmed Attorney General Bill Barr laid out in stark terms the negative effects of a porous border, in a Monday speech before the National Association of Attorneys General.  Barr preceded his warning by noting the rising number of opioid deaths in the United States, particularly the effects of […]

14th Annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day | Visit any one of Five Locations

14th Annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day | Visit any one of Five Locations

In support of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) 14th annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, the Sheriff’s Office will be opening our patrol stations on Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., to collect expired and unused medication.   Starting with a pilot program at our Thousand Oaks Police Station over a decade […]

DEA Declares (Kr)atomic War on Americans

DEA Declares (Kr)atomic War on Americans

By Thomas L. Knapp In early August, the US Drug Enforcement Administration announced that, contrary to expectations, it wouldn’t remove marijuana from “Schedule 1” (“no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse”). At the end of the month, DEA made another announcement: It intends to add another herbal substance, kratom, to Schedule […]

Oxnard Police Taking Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs

Oxnard Police Taking Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs

Feds Get the Power to Seize Medical Records on ‘Fishing Expedition’ Investigations with No Subpoena from a Judge

Feds Get the Power to Seize Medical Records on ‘Fishing Expedition’ Investigations with No Subpoena from a Judge

By Mark J. Fitzgibbons July 20, 2015   While focusing their resources and political energy on the NSA’s mass collection of metadata, privacy advocates have neglected the most dangerous institutionalized violations of the Fourth Amendment: administrative subpoenas. Now a United States District Court judge in Texas has ruled for the Drug Enforcement Agency that an […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok on DEA NFL raid- adopt-a-reporter

Cartoonist Chip Bok on DEA NFL raid- adopt-a-reporter

Chip Bok, Bokbluster.com     Here’s a new headache for the NFL, and this time it’s not from concussions. DEA agents raided traveling NFL team docs and trainers last Sunday. They snooped through their bags searching for painkillers. The idea being that since they were traveling from out of state, the docs might be prescribing drugs without a […]

Multiple intelligence agencies: a blessing or recipe for failure? Part 2

Multiple intelligence agencies: a blessing or recipe for failure? Part 2

by Dov Lachman The first part in this series on multiple intelligence agencies in the US listed 17 different bodies and cited their huge, cumulative, annual budget (over $70 billion). Upon closer inspection of each of the 17 members of the US intelligence community, it is clear that each of them has a specialized, highly […]

Multiple intelligence agencies: a blessing or a recipe for failure? Part 1

Multiple intelligence agencies: a blessing or a recipe for failure? Part 1

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security The US, the most powerful country on earth, has an intelligence community comprising 17 major intelligence agencies: CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigations), NSA (National Security Agency), NGA (National Geospatial Intelligence Agency), DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency), NRO (National Reconnaissance Office), ODNI (Office of […]

Viewpoint: Liberal Pundit Slams Surveillance Policy

Viewpoint: Liberal Pundit Slams Surveillance Policy

By George Miller Anyone tracking what passes for MainStream “news” today could scarcely fail to notice the furor over NSA and other government extensive surveillance, not only of foreign terrorists, domestic terrorits and criminals- but EVERYONE. Yes, at this time it is evident that nearly all phone calls and electronic communications are being monitored. What’s […]