National Security Threat?

I have been unable to vet the following article. However, given Mexico’s newly elected President’s stance on illegal immigration, together with his recent diatribes against the United States, I found the article to be compelling enough to share with my audience.

Mexican ruling party candidate José Antonio Meade conceded the presidential election on Sunday, saying his rival, leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador, bore the responsibility of the next government and wishing him well.  There is apparently a genuine national security threat to the United States as a direct result of this election. …

 

Would You Believe?

Would you believe Hizmet, the second largest charter school company in the United States, has received 2.1 billion dollars in taxpayer money, is operated by Fethullah Gulen, a known terrorist, and is protected by his powerful lobbying of United States politicians?

Would you believe although Hizmet has been indicted and convicted of many crimes it continues to operate and launder U.S. taxpayer dollars that it sends to known terrorist organizations?

 

 

 

The Fate of The 56

When the 56 Signers of The Declaration of Independence attached their signatures to that document, each knew they were committing treason against the British Crowne.  If caught and captured, they risked death. But death would not be swift. It would be by hanging to the point of unconsciousness, then being revived, disemboweled, their body parts boiled in oil and their ashes scattered into the wind.

 

 

Nunes to Interview SES Members

 

Rep. Devin Nunes, House Oversight Committee Chairman, has requested to interview a group of 17 FBI and Department of Justice officials about government surveillance abuse.

How many on Nunes’ list are Senior Executive Service members? According to research performed by Americans 4 Innovation, it appears all of them, or almost all. Note the similarity between the SES flag and the European Union flag. Coincidence?

 

 

Arkansas Wins Economic Lottery

Big River Steel said Friday that it will expand its operations near Osceola, Arkansas with a $1.2 billion investment that will double its hot-rolled steel production and result in the hiring of some 500 new employees.

Salaries for those new jobs, according to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, will average $75,000 a year. 

Big River opened its scrap-recycling and steel production facility south of Osceola in northeast Arkansas just last year, after an investment of about $1.3 billion.