Archive for June 2021

Can We Ever Be Friends With China? Can we trust the FBI and the CIA?

From today’s American Thinker by John Green: Dong Jingwei is a Chinese defector working with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). He served as Vice Minister of State Security in the Chinese Ministry of Defense.  Before defecting, he was responsible for the counterintelligence efforts in China.  He was in a position to know about all things “espionage”…

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Dereliction of Duty At the Supreme Court

There is an old saying in the law of self defense: If you fail to act when you should you may be injured or killed. If you act when you should not you may be found guilty of a serious crime and go to prison. This can be a metaphor for the current make-up of…

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Use of Public Office For Private Gain

5 C.F.R. §2635.702: Use of Public Office for Private Gain states: An employee shall not use his public office for his own private gain… or for the private gain of friends, relatives or persons with whom the employee is affiliated in a non-governmental capacity. 28 CFR § 600.1 – Grounds for appointing a Special Counsel:…

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Mark Robinson on gun rights — powerful speech

I’ve posted this video before, it was uploaded to YouTube on April 6, 2018. You may have seen it. Well, the Second Amendment is under assault again, or maybe I should say the Second Amendment continues to be under assault. Mr. Robinson has an eloquent response to those who believe, or say they believe, that…

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