Friday, July 1, 2016


Orlando 2.0 prevented by citizen, but where is the media?
Kelen McBreen | - JUNE 30, 2016

A possible mass shooting was stopped over the weekend by a man with a concealed weapon permit.

An argument broke out in front of Playoffz nightclub in Lyman, S.C. prompting 32 year old Jody Ray Thompson to pull out a gun and fire into a crowd of people, according to

Lt. Kevin Bobo said “His rounds struck three victims, and almost struck a fourth victim, who in self-defense, pulled his own weapon and fired, striking Thompson in the leg.”

The man who shot Thompson had a concealed weapons permit and is not being charged with any crime while the attacker is being charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon, four counts of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.


The former President “is at least a witness in two criminal investigations, probably a subject in two criminal investigations."
Daily Caller - JULY 1, 2016


When Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately Monday in her jet in Phoenix, Arizona, some speculate he may have been pleading for his wife who is under investigation by the FBI and the Department of Justice. But the former president may also have been pleading for himself, according to a former federal prosecutor.

While political observers are focused on former Secretary of State and all-but-certain Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, her husband also has been a principal player behind the scenes at the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation.

Former U.S. Attorney Joseph DiGenova told the Daily Caller News Foundation the former President “is at least a witness in two criminal investigations, probably a subject in two criminal investigations. He is a person of interest officially to the Department of Justice,” he said flatly.

Both the FBI and Justice Department have launched investigations into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server and email address for official U.S. government business during her tenure as the nation’s chief diplomat.

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By blocking press, FBI treats secret meeting like crime scene
Kit Daniels - JULY 1, 2016


The FBI blocked journalists from taking videos and pictures outside the secret airport meeting between former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

“The former president steps into her plane, and they then speak for 30 minutes privately,” ABC 15 reporter Christopher Sign said about the Phoenix meeting. “The FBI there on the tarmac instructing everybody around ‘no photos, no pictures, no cell phones.’”
That doesn’t sound legal for FBI agents to block the press from filming outside a government meeting that’s clearly in the public’s interest, and the fact they did reveals the meeting wasn’t as innocent as the Obama administration wants you to believe.
“With the FBI swooping in and preventing video evidence, is there any doubt in your mind this meeting was planned well before hand, and not some random event like Bill Clinton said?” a forum commenter at Godlike Productions pointed out. “In other words, Clinton used his influence to arrange this meeting with Lynch days before and making it look happenstance.”

The FBI order may have even violated 18 U.S. Code § 242, deprivation of rights under color of law, and it points to a conspiracy to subvert investigations targeting the Clintons because it’s not the FBI’s job to block journalists – or even private citizens – from filming public officials who are meeting in an official capacity.

Interestingly, a day after the secret meeting, Lynch’s Justice Dept. blocked the timely release of emails between the Clinton Foundation and Clinton’s State Dept.Read more

New York Database For Suspected Terrorists


The New York Senate has passed legislation creating a database for suspected terrorists modeled after the Sex Offenders Registry.

“This would give local law enforcement the tools that they need so that they are aware if there is somebody in their community that has been convicted of terrorism who still may be a threat to the safety and security of Americans,” State Senator Cathy Young told WGRZ, a CBS affiliate.

Cathy Young mischaracterized the registry. An individual does not need to be convicted, merely suspected of terrorism.

According to a subsection included in the bill, a person

…identified by the United States Department of Homeland Security, the United States Department of State, the United States Department of Justice, the United States Department of Defense or any of its armed services, the United States Central Intelligence Agency, and/or the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, as a person who has committed a terrorist act against the United States or any of its citizens, and/or who is a member of a designated terrorist organization pursuant to section 1189 of title 8 of the United States Code.

In other words, if you are on one of the federal government’s numerous secret terror lists—added without due process or the ability to challenge the inclusion—or you are a member associated with a group identified by the government as terrorist, you will be included.

Official government documents list a large number of domestic political organizations and groups as extremist or terrorist (the words are interchangeable, according to the state). Michael Snyder lists 72 here. Groups dedicated to constitutional and individual rights as well as those advocating “political ideology that considers the state to be unnecessary, harmful,or undesirable” are considered terrorist by the state.

Individuals listed on the sex offender registry are not permitted to live in certain neighborhoods and have other restrictions placed on them. The New York terrorist database is expected to do the same without the benefit of due process or a conviction for criminal activity.

Additionally, the database will be accessible on the internet. “Your name, description, address, occupation, and photo would all be available to anyone with Internet access: your neighbors, employers—anyone,” writesBonnie Kristian.
Increasingly, under the largely manufactured and hyped climate of terror, America is morphing into a police state.

Trump on Bengazi ------ Clinton-Lynch Meeting. --------Trump Flabbergasted

Swedish Women Use Bracelets To Stop Muslim Rapists

Thursday, June 30, 2016


About 8000 people attended Trump Rally in Bangor

Donald Trump had a very successful rally in Bangor Maine.  The Cross Center holds 7700 people and it was filled and overflowing. I would estimate at least 8000 in attendance.   

  A couple dozen protesters stood outside in the rain and two more came inside to momentarily hold Hillary signs. When asked to leave they ran out.

  Howie Carr, Gov Le,page  and Mr. Miller also spoke for a few minutes.

   Everyone had a great time listening to the next President Of The United States -- Donald Trump.

Joe Hill

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Former Secret Service Officer Calls Clinton A Dictator


Sharia 2.0
The Sun - JUNE 27, 2016


A hacker is preparing to release the intimate details of up to 100,000 men who bought sex from hookers who advertise their services online, it has been claimed.
The pious Muslim cyber-activist is called ElSurveillance and has spent months clobbering sex websites, targeting an estimated 200 pages which help men to meet ladies of the night.

It is understood most of these websites are from the UK, which means a lot of British men will be feeling extremely nervous today.

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More Bad News For Hillary --- Benghazi Report

In their long-awaited final report, Republicans on the House Benghazi Committee concluded that the Obama administration — including then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — failed across multiple agencies and levels to protect American diplomats in the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack.

The 800-page report was released on Tuesday, and marks the culmination of a two-year investigation that has haunted the 2016 Democratic front-runner on the campaign trail, even as Clinton’s campaign has consistently slammed the probe as a political vendetta.

Republicans have denied those accusations and Chairman Trey Gowdy’s committee offered new details about how Clinton’s State Department failed to protect the diplomatic outpost in Libya. The report also said that the CIA missed the looming threat despite warnings and wrote faulty intelligence reports after the attack. And GOP staff said their findings indicate that the Defense Department did not meet its response times to deploy military assets to Benghazi and follow up to ensure Americans were rescued in a timely fashion.

The report includes new details about a U.S. teleconference convened by White House chief of staff Denis McDonough during the attack. According to the report, some participants on the video conference were unsure about what each agency was doing to rescue Americans.

State Department officials on the call also brought up concerns about whether Marines who might have been deployed to Benghazi were wearing uniforms, the report found — something officials previously said could hurt diplomacy in the region. One commander told the committee he and his men over the course of three hours kept having to change from uniforms to civilian clothes.

The military never deployed to Benghazi.

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Tate Fegley | - JUNE 27, 2016


I have my doubts about the utility of privilege theory (and strong concerns about the effects it has on civil discourse).

But for those who take it seriously, one aspect of privilege that has been explored to a lesser extent is personal security. That is, if it is to be talked about at all, it is typically about how underprivileged groups are more likely to be the target of violence because of their identity, especially if the perpetrator is considered to belong to a privileged class.

Surprisingly, very little attention is given to the fact that state actors enjoy tremendous privileges (for example, notice how, in the event of police brutality, the focus is almost always on the races of the officer and victim and almost never on the privileges police enjoy, such as qualified immunity from civil liability, extra due process protections as listed in the “Law Enforcement Officer’s Bill of Rights,” and preferential treatment from investigating officers and prosecutors).

At least part of the reason for this lack of attention is that to criticize the privilege of government police is also to question the legitimacy of state power itself — something that adherents of privilege theory are hesitant to do as they tend to see state power as the solution to social problems. It is just that the right people need to be in charge of it.

This is probably also why we see so little criticism of gun control advocacy by privilege theorists (the overwhelming majority of whom are probably such advocates themselves), even though this — the ability of the individual, particularly the underprivileged individual, to legally possess the means of self-defense — ought to be jealously defended by them, for they argue that these individuals are precisely those who face the most danger in society. Based on the types of arguments made by privilege theorists on other issues, they should be highly critical of gun control advocates.

For one thing, notice the type of gun violence, as well as the type of gun, most focused upon by the media and by politicians — mass shootings and “assault-type” weapons. This is strange, if we are to believe they are truly concerned about providing an accurate portrayal of gun violence. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, less than one percent of all homicides each year in the U.S. are from shootings where 3 or more are killed. And between 1993 and 2011, 70 to 80 percent of firearm homicides (and 90 percent of nonfatal victimizations) were committed with a handgun, not a scary-looking assault rifle.
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Four arrested after gunfire at Augusta Maine Wal-Mart

The apparent drug-related shooting involved three suspects from New York and an Augusta woman, while police were investigating whether two additional people were involved.

AUGUSTA — Four people were arrested Sunday following an apparent drug-related incident in which police said two suspects fired guns at each other during a dispute in the parking Wal-Mart.

There were possibly two other people involved who had not been detained and police were still investigating Monday.

Crime scene tape surrounds a Volkswagen Jetta on Sunday evening in a parking lot at the Wal-Mart store in Augusta as police officers look for evidence after a report of shooting at the site. Staff photo by Jessica Lowell

Frankie Dejesus, top left, Diana Davis, top right, Samantha Tupper, bottom left, and Kweasia "Reggie" McBride, bottom right.Contributed photo

Charged in connection with the incident were:

• Kwiesha “Reggie” McBride of Harlem, New York, charged with reckless conduct with a firearm, Class C, and aggravated trafficking in drugs (heroin), Class B. His bail was set at $50,000.

• Frankie Dejesus of Rochester, New York, charged with reckless conduct with a firearm, Class C, and aggravated assault, Class B. His bail was set at $25,000.

• Diana Davis of Rochester, New York, charged with aggravated assault, Class B. Her bail was set at $5,000.

• Samantha Tupper, of Augusta, charged with probation violation and furnishing drugs (heroin), Class B. She was held without bail.

In a media briefing Sunday evening, Augusta police Sgt. Christian Behr said the shooting broke out between people in two cars parked beside each other at the Wal-Mart parking lot. Police received several 911 calls of shots fired around 5:24 p.m., and witnesses called police with vehicle and people descriptions, he said.

Shots were fired between both vehicles by a pair of the suspects and then one suspect emerged from one car and confronted people in the other car, Behr said.

The altercation was interrupted by two armed civilians who had been watching the dispute unfold, he said.

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Sunday, June 26, 2016

When Federal Buildings Are Occupied

Ethics Delemmas may hold back Autonomous Cars Study

by AFP26 Jun 201625

Washington (AFP) – If it has to make a choice, will your autonomous car kill you or pedestrians on the street?

The looming arrival of self-driving vehicles is likely to vastly reduce traffic fatalities, but also poses difficult moral dilemmas, researchers said in a study Thursday.

Autonomous driving systems will require programmers to develop algorithms to make critical decisions that are based more on ethics than technology, according to the study published in the journal Science.

“Figuring out how to build ethical autonomous machines is one of the thorniest challenges in artificial intelligence today,” said the study by Jean-Francois Bonnefon of the Toulouse School of Economics, Azim Shariff of the University of Oregon and Iyad Rahwan of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

“For the time being, there seems to be no easy way to design algorithms that would reconcile moral values and personal self-interest — let alone account for different cultures with various moral attitudes regarding life-life tradeoffs — but public opinion and social pressure may very well shift as this conversation progresses.”

The researchers said adoption of autonomous vehicles offers many social benefits such as reducing air pollution and eliminating up to 90 percent of traffic accidents.

“Not all crashes will be avoided, though, and some crashes will require AVs to make difficult ethical decisions in cases that involve unavoidable harm,” the researchers said in the study.

“For example, the AV may avoid harming several pedestrians by swerving and sacrificing a passerby, or the AV may be faced with the choice of sacrificing its own passenger to save one or more pedestrians.”
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