August 17th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #940

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604 Responses to August 17th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #940

  1. ilcon says:

    This Wimp l is late to the party.

    Liked by 10 people

    • bofh says:

      For that matter, why does Playboy need or deserve a White House correspondent at all?

      Liked by 9 people

    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Notice Wemple says “Playboy” correspondent and not “Playboy and CNN” correspondent?

      If Karem has a case, it will likely be that banning him prevents Plaboy (as an outlet) from exercising their 1st Amendment rights. Something like that.

      Acosta won his appeal on 5th Amendment grounds, I think. That is over, as the White House now has a full set of rules on how reporters must behave. So there is no due process argument any longer.

      That means you’re down to 1st Amendment, I think. Not of the individual, but of the organization (Playboy, CNN). So if Karem is part of CNN, he has no case. Since there are other CNN members who are still covering the White House and thus Karem is not needed for CNN to be able to do it’s job under the 1st Amendment.

      So I guess we’re left with asking if Playboy has a right to cover the White House? And/or if they have someone else who can do the job besides Karem.

      What’s great is that, like the Acosta case, the White House keeps pushing the press further and further into the corner with these matters. Karem is irrelevant, but this helps prevent the next Karem and makes it easier to punish the next Karem, as well.

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      • bofh says:

        “So I guess we’re left with asking if Playboy has a right to cover the White House?”

        I’m not sure that anyone has a right to a White House press pass (as opposed to “covering the White House”). Common sense says that the place can only accomadate just so many people, and so I think those relatively few slots are probably quite competatively sought. IMO the press passes are a privilege, and I’d like to see some others yanked for inappropriate behavior as well.

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    • ann says:

      The UNCONVICTED status of a clan of intell breaching perpetrators is an open sore on our body politic.
      Our country had a seven year + window that siphoned high security data via multiple known embeds, House Dems, Feinstein, Clinton.

      External actors had & probably have real time info of POTUS & Obama administration internal deliberations on foreign policy, not necessarily military ops, but through State Dept, NSC, DoD civilian employees.

      What nation refuses to admit or punish treasonous actions and survives as an authentic self representative country?

      The Establishment’s hollow souls are exposed to the entire world.
      America’s governing caste has evolved into a closed, dystrophic subculture that normalises PEER COLLABORATION for PROFIT with hostle powers and/or economic competitors.
      Project Cassandra, U One, Iran/Hamas
      Muslim brotherhood, El Centra del Razo, # DNCopen bordernarco cartels,

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      • dallasdan says:

        “The UNCONVICTED status of a clan of intell breaching perpetrators is an open sore on our body politic.”

        I agree, completely. The rule of law, the process, and the “might of right” all await as treatments to heal the sore, but the will of the primary/attending physician is lacking in order to spare the offending government institutions and perpetrators from embarrassment and prosecution.

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      • dd_sc says:

        More like a 20 year window.

        Goes back to Bill Clinton sending dual technology to the Chinese in exchange for campaign contributions. The DOE (Hazel O’Leary?) relaxed the security protocols at national labs and Los Alamos had a lot of classified information leaked/stolen.

        It was in that time frame that Senator Feinstein would hire her chauffeur that turned out to be a Chinese agent.

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        • ann says:

          One more thought, my perspective, denial of dx & subsequent inaction is equivalent to a physician knowingly withholding critical care.


        • ann says:

          the loathsome Clinton Clan’s deeds are , unforgivable
          Much of my father’s body of work (DORPA ) was transferred to China. Eventually on missles pointed at our forces by competitor, rogue actors and hostile nations.

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    • RobInPA says:


      Did they ever re-route from their never-ending Never-Trump temper tantrum parade?!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Zippy says:

    Probably wouldn’t have required any kind of “air strike.” Consumer grade drones have been used before, as in the Ukraine, to initiate such things.

    Iraq Closes Airspace Even To US Coalition Flights After Suspected Israeli Raid
    17 Aug 2019

    In what is a severely under reported but perhaps the most alarming development out of the Middle East this week, Iraq’s government has said it’s ready to down any aircraft violating its airspace amid a blanket ban on ‘unauthorized’ flights not specifically approved by the prime minister’s office. Military Times reported the day after Iraq closed its airspace on Thursday:

    U.S. military officials in Iraq will now seek out Iraqi approval before launching any air operations, a move made a day after that nation’s prime minister announced a ban of unauthorized flights, including those involving coalition forces fighting ISIS.

    Prime Minister Abdul-Mahdi called for an end to all “unauthorized flights” including US drones, spy planes, jets, or helicopters on Thursday. The directive demanded that all aerial vehicles comply with Iraqi law and operations must be under Iraqi government authorization.

    he US Coalition on Friday issued a statement saying that it is ready to comply with the order.

    The drastic Baghdad decision came after on Monday a massive blast ripped through a neighborhood in the city, which Iraqi officials believe was the result of an Israeli strike on a pro-Iranian militia ammunition depot.

    The resulting fire had raged throughout the day not far from the ‘Green Zone’ and sent mortars and exploding munitions across the city, resulting in the death of at least one civilian and wounding of nearly 40 others, many of them children. The weapons base reportedly belonged to the pro-Iran Kataib Sayyid Al-Shuhada militia, and an estimated $110 million worth of munitions were wiped out.

    The drastic Baghdad decision came after on Monday a massive blast ripped through a neighborhood in the city, which Iraqi officials believe was the result of an Israeli strike on a pro-Iranian militia ammunition depot.

    The resulting fire had raged throughout the day not far from the ‘Green Zone’ and sent mortars and exploding munitions across the city, resulting in the death of at least one civilian and wounding of nearly 40 others, many of them children. The weapons base reportedly belonged to the pro-Iran Kataib Sayyid Al-Shuhada militia, and an estimated $110 million worth of munitions were wiped out.

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    • jbowen82 says:

      No big deal. Presumably we have some kind of active airspace coordination anyway, so that we don’t inadvertently shoot a civilian or Iraqi military aircraft.


  3. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    On Scaramucci and his nonsense proclamations about POTUS:

    As most know, Scaramucci has been trying to get back into the administration for some time since his 11-day flameout in 2017. He even wrote a flattering book about POTUS in October 2018 in hopes of sucking up in this manner:

    However, it’s also important to recall that Scaramucci was not a POTUS supporter in the primaries. He backed Scott Walker and Jeb Bush, and he took shots at POTUS during that time:

    Simply put, Scaramucci is about himself and is a mercenary who will go whatever way he thinks is best for him. No loyalty, just a clown.

    Now that POTUS has made it clear Scaramucci is not coming back into the administration, the Mooch has decided to throw a tantrum and try to hurt POTUS for 2020. Mooch recently held his SALT conference, which this year apparently hosted Valerie Jarrett, Susan Rice, Jeff Sessions and General Kelly. Seems like he’s made his choice as regards 2020.

    Scaramucci is now saying POTUS will drop out by March 2020 and that Bill Kristol is helping him to do this. Mooch as ZERO pull and nothing will come of any of this. So don’t be scared or concerned. He’s just trying to damage POTUS, but he has no ability to do anything. Just as Kristol wanted a primary challenger to POTUS but has since given up that hope.

    The Mooch is a joke. Treat him as such.

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  4. 4EDouglas says:

    This on the subject of our Racist (to the Dems) society and our President. I belong to the local Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) chapter. The EAA does more than most to promote private aviation and en courage young people to fly…I live in NE Oregon the heart of Deplorable Oregon.
    We had at our fly in breakfast: the Young Eagles-our teen group- a number of whom were young women of color. The crowd was a number of mixed race families, college kids, and young people looking at Aviation as a career. There was NO racism,no Antifa, no AOC support or Green New Deal-for that there were ranches farmers farm hands, This is Trump country and I’d say most here were MAGA. The Dems have TDS so bad the see a Nazi Under every bed and a klansman wearing the sheets.This has got to damage the Dems-things are not what they seem.

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  5. Ghost says:

    Observations from a smaller limb.

    Treasury International Capital
    TIC long-term purchases report:
    U.S. Department of the Treasury

    The difference in value between foreign long term securities purchased by U.S. citizens and U.S. securities purchased by foreigners.

    Example if U.S. citizens purchase $90B in foreign stocks and bonds, while foreigners purchase $80B in U.S. stocks and bond the TIC would be +$10B.

    This information, August report is 45 days after month end,, which means Junes numbers. There are definitive weakness’s to this report, but it is one of the better ones available for tracking purposes.

    After an exchange with BlackKnightRides I figured I was posting this completely wrong. Thank you BlackKnightRides. Admittedly that presupposes interest that may not be there on my part.

    August Report: (June’s Numbers)
    Projected +$22B
    Actual +$99.1B

    News release:

    Largest moves:

    Inflows at net:
    Total includes Treasury, Agency and Corporate Bonds and Stocks// Stocks separated for viewing.

    U.K. : +31.3B // +$14.8B Stocks
    European Union: + $23.6B // +$7.2B Stocks
    Canada: +$10.2B // +$5.8B Stocks
    China: +$11.7B // -$1.3B
    Hong Kong: +$ 6.9B // + $ 0.6B
    Japan: +$ 4.6B // +$0.7B
    Germany: +$2.2B // +$0.5B

    Outflows at net:
    Total includes Treasury, Agency, Corporate Bonds and Stocks// stocks separated for viewing.

    Cayman Islands -$ 10.2B // +$1.6B
    France: -$4.2B // -$3.6B
    Switzerland: -$3.1B // -$0.6B
    Belgium: -$ 1.7B // +$ 0.4B


    The list includes every country, these are the larger moves. PDJT keeps saying this is happening but of course it is not reported. Additionally he has better information but this is the best I can do with government reports.


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    • Ghost says:

      wow.. oops, my example should say -$10B, not +$10B
      If they Purchase $90B of U.S. and we purchase $80B it would be +$10B
      net inflow + equals +$
      net outflow equals -$
      in reporting numbers,
      sorry about that.

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  6. fred5678 says:

    Threat of Antifa violence at Proud Boys parade requires ENTIRE Portland police force to be mobilized.

    Wonder how long city taxpayers want to subsidize Antifa violence??


    Liked by 1 person

  7. youme says:

    Never thought I would see a headline like this in America…

    California’s Biggest Cities Confront a ‘Defecation Crisis’

    Liked by 3 people

  8. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    POTUS on full offense.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    POTUS retweet

    Liked by 4 people

  10. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    POTUS responding to fans

    Liked by 1 person

  11. youme says:

    Another day… another empty proposal…every time she opens her mouth

    Liked by 1 person

  12. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    POTUS is doing some great retweets right now. Can tell he is feeling good and content, in command.

    Definitely recommend checking out his Twitter feed from today. He’s rolling!

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Kristin DeBacco says:

    I am back from being away with my treasured grandkids. Our future is in those kids. The future of this great country.
    I love my president who thinks the same.
    I have been reading Sundance and all you treepers for about a month.
    You are all great. Thank you.

    Liked by 10 people

  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

    This is disgusting.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. senda72 says:

    Received in an email ~
    Does anyone else get the feeling that Twitter is Trump’s laser pointer,
    and the Democrats are a bunch of cats?

    Liked by 7 people

  16. Boots says:

    House Democrats Demand Gun Confiscation NOW!

    The House Communists, of both D and R stripe, are returning to session early to finalize laws permitting firearm confiscations of anyone the Communist Party declares is an Extreme Risk. Does that mean if someone posts on the internet:

    “House Members should be (fill in the blank)”, or,

    “Those who participated in the coup against president Trump should be prosecuted and punished to the fullest extent of the law, up to and including the death penalty”, or

    “The Declaration of Independence charges and commands The People to throw over any government that seeks to reduce them through tyranny, and that’s what should happen to most of Congress, by means of the Second Amendment”, or

    “The real murderers are those who abort babies and those who promote that murder”, or

    “The first person I want in my sights is the President”…..

    … an extreme risk? Will be violently attacked by Federal SWAT teams; professionally trained killers, taught to believe that anyone who holds the Declaration and Constitution to mean what they say, as a “threat” to America who can and should be shot and killed if they refuse to bow down to the god of government?

    In the final analysis ‘Red Flag Laws’ are really “Confiscate or Kill” orders, not laws. Happened in Maryland to one poor slob already. Won’t happen again, right? Wrong. Whiskey Rebellion. Hayes Rebellion. Bonus Army. Kent State. Ruby Ridge (RIP Vicky Weaver, killed by 200 yard head shot fired by West Point grad Lon Horiuchi…RIP son Sammy Weaver, 14, shot in the back by black clad terrorist wielding MP5). Waco. Children gassed and burned. Evidence bulldozed while still burning.

    >> Will the Senate agree to a federal “Confiscate Or Kill” law? If so, will POTUS sign it?

    >> Such a ‘law’ puts the 1st Amendment’s freedom of speech in grave peril for gun owners. The government, composed 98% of extreme left wing radicals, communists, socialists, perverts, sociopaths, and psychopaths who hate conservatives and what they stand for, is now going to decide we’re extreme risks based on our religious, political, and personal beliefs.

    >> IIRC, it’s against the law to target any demographic or other group of citizens. Why are gun owners being targeted?

    >> “….the first person I want in my sights is LBJ…” So said one Mr.Watts on August 27, 1966 about what he’d do if drafted into the U.S. Army. He was convicted under of 1917 law of threatening the President. SCOTUS overturned the conviction, saying:

    “Petitioner’s remark during political debate at small public gathering that if inducted into Army (which he vowed would never occur) and made to carry a rifle “the first man I want to get in my sights is L. B. J.,” held to be crude political hyperbole which in light of its context and conditional nature did not constitute a knowing and willful threat against the President within the coverage of 18 U.S.C. 871 (a).”

    ” PER CURIAM (unanimous agreement)

    “After a jury trial in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, petitioner was convicted of violating a 1917 statute which prohibits any person from “knowingly and willfully . . . [making] any threat to take the life of or to inflict bodily harm upon the President of the United States . . . .” * The incident [394 U.S. 705, 706] which led to petitioner’s arrest occurred on August 27, 1966, during a public rally on the Washington Monument grounds. The crowd present broke up into small discussion groups and petitioner joined a gathering scheduled to discuss police brutality.

    “Most of those in the group were quite young, either in their teens or early twenties. Petitioner, who himself was 18 years old, entered into the discussion after one member of the group suggested that the young people present should get more education before expressing their views. According to an investigator for the Army Counter Intelligence Corps who was present, petitioner responded: “They always holler at us to get an education. And now I have already received my draft classification as 1-A and I have got to report for my physical this Monday coming. I am not going. If they ever make me carry a rifle the first man I want to get in my sights is L. B. J.”…. “They are not going to make me kill my black brothers.”

    “On the basis of this statement, the jury found that petitioner had committed a felony by knowingly and willfully threatening the President. The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit affirmed by a two-to-one vote. 131 U.S. App. D.C. 125, 402 F.2d 676 (1968). We reverse.”

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    • bessie2003 says:

      It’s politicians like this that makes me so thankful for our right to bear arms along with all the original 13 Amendments being the first thing the our new country saw as a necessity to adopt.

      We can only hope to live up to the trust these Founding Fathers and original States put into is. their future generations.

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      Did anyone apart from Uni-Party republicans think red flag laws would be enough? No amount of concession is ever enough for the left. That is what clueless “conservatives” never seem to get. No matter what you give the left and the globalist cabal they will always want more. ALWAYS.


  17. WeThePeople2016 says:


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    • bessie2003 says:

      These are like a generation of people who grew up watching the Road Warrior movies, they’re all LARP’s, playing a role, even to the point of wearing costumes, playing their parts, and playing to the press knowing that CNN and Twitter will be all over their live performance art piece.

      So wonder, hen they see someone getting hurt, are they even aware that’s a real person that was hurt, or is it to them just an image in the screens of their mind they can change
      from in a moment of awareness to look at the scene to unfold before eyes?

      These people’s minds ain’t right. Drugs? Hypnotized by video whether TV, video games, virtual reality devices, where perspectives between reality and fantasy have been blurred beyond recognition?


    • parleyvous says:

      Those 2 are loonies fwiw. I wonder if they are crisis actors given there ridiculous behavior in past. Others at rally were more legitimately abused by Antifa.

      Liked by 1 person

      • boogywstew says:

        The dude dressed like a Spartan with his face covered by a mask is undoubtedly a crisis actor. He doesn’t belong on our side … he’s Antifa! The young girl in patriotic gear with him is probably a college freshman terrorist wannabe. The dude in the green jacket might have been a plant as well. I call FAKE !


        • thehawkeyehoneypot says:

          The guy w the mohawk is no actor they love our country & are sick of keyboard warriors like you and I just talking. Hes got more balls than most of us here online standing up for america


          • boogywstew says:

            Speak for yourself. You have NO idea of what I do or don’t do about anything. Since when do people on our side cover their face?


            • thehawkeyehoneypot says:

              Antifa are shitbags i think your confused pal. I admit i dident watch the video before posting. I thought you were referring to a member of the proud boys who is a fearless fighter. Ive seen videos of him taking out at least 5 antifa in 1 go. Apologies sir but i am very much against antifa


  18. Boots says:

    You’ll never, ever trust the government again. Worth ever second of its 2.5 hours. “Waco: Rules of Engagement”.

    “In the United States we usually have the trial before the execution.”
    ~ U.S. Senator to Senate Committee investigation into the Waco massacre.

    “These are muzzle flash signatures of fully automatic fire, firing into the burning building.”
    ~ Dr. David Allard, Director, Night Vision Lab, U.S. Army, about horizontal, candle shaped flashes seen on FBI FLIR footage of rear of burning cafeteria. Dr. Allard’s testimony supported Davidian claims they were being “machine gunned” as they tried to run from the burning building.

    “I was a combat infantryman Marine. I know what bullet holes look like. Those were all incoming rounds. There wasn’t an outgoing round in that door. You need to find that door and you’ll find the real culprits are those that fired through it from the outside.”
    ~ Attorney for Branch Davidians on the double, steel, front doors that went missing after FBI bulldozed the evidence of their killing spree.

    “The warrant claimed David Koresh had a weapons stockpile. All gun dealers stockpile weapons. It’s called an inventory.”
    ~ Author of book about government murder of innocent citizens at Waco

    “I saw those ceilings. They were pockmarked with bullet holes. Every one was an incoming round, at an angle. The people inside that building were right. They were being machine gunned from helicoptors. Those ceilings disappeared when the government set fire to and burned down the evidence.”
    ~ Attorney for Branch Davidians.

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    • JCM800 says:

      Sessions was FBI director during the controversial 1992 confrontation at Ruby Ridge, Idaho, at which the unarmed Vicky Weaver was shot dead by an FBI sniper. This incident provoked heavy criticism of the Bureau, as did the deadly assault on the Branch Dravidian church at Waco which lasted from February 28 to April 19, 1993. These incidents were also related to the discovery of severe procedural shortcomings at the FBI’s crime laboratory.


      • lolli says:

        And Barr was AG in 1992. Yep.


        • Boots says:

          Barr vigorously defended sniper and killer Lon Horiuchi. Even intervened in Idaho’s attempt to charge Horiuchi with murder. Went on to declare that LE snipers deserved special protection from prosecution.

          Nice pick, Mr. President. As good as Sessions. Wray. Rosenstein.


          After an Idaho jury found Weaver not guilty on almost all charges, federal judge Edward Lodge slammed the Justice Department and FBI for concealing evidence and showing “a callous disregard for the rights of the defendants and the interests of justice.” A Justice Department internal investigation compiled a 542-page report detailing federal misconduct and coverups in the case and suggested criminal charges against FBI officials involved in Ruby Ridge.

          Barr told the New York Times in 1993 that he was not directly involved in the Ruby Ridge operation. Two years later, the Washington Post revealed that “top officials of the Bush Justice Department had at least 20 [phone] contacts concerning Ruby Ridge in the 24 hours before Vicki Weaver was shot,” including two calls involving Barr.

          The Justice Department paid $3 million to settle a wrongful death lawsuit from the Weaver family. But when Boundary County, Idaho filed criminal charges against Horiuchi, Barr sprang to action seeking immunity for FBI snipers. He spearheaded efforts to sway the court to dismiss all charges because holding a sniper liable would “severely undermine, if not cripple, the ability of future attorneys general to rely on such specialized units in moments of crisis such as hostage taking and terrorist acts.”

          Barr spent two weeks organizing former Attorneys General and others to support “an FBI sniper in defending against criminal charges in connection with the Ruby Ridge incident.” Barr also “assisted in framing legal arguments advanced… in the district court and the subsequent appeal to the Ninth Circuit,” he told the committee.


      • JCM8 says:

        Sessions was an attorney for the firm of Haley, Fulbright, Winniford, Sessions, and Bice in Waco, Texas from 1963 until 1969.


      • Boots says:

        FBI personnel in charge were promoted for killing Vicky, Sammy, and 80 Americans at Waco.


        • lolli says:

          According to locals at that time, David Koresch was in town frequently. Even went for jogs on the road. He could have been picked up at any time by LE.


        • JCM800 says:

          That black op = event,
          changed millions of people.


          • lolli says:

            Yes. I remember the feeling of shame that our govt would create such a tragic event needlessly and then lie to our faces.
            It was horrific.
            “We are the government and we are here to help”
            (Great. Now I will get RF’d and swatted. )


        • Boots says:

          Witnesses stated under oath that Koresh more than once invited BATF to view his firearms inventory. Every invitation was declined. When BATF rented a house across the street, Koresh sent them pizza and an invitation to inspect his inventory.

          BATF has authority to inspect a dealer’s “records, documents,firearms and ammunition”. once in a 12 month period. That’s ALL BATF is authorized to do. They may look at the bound book (records), documents (receipts from wholesalers, etc) and compare the acquisitions and dispositions (guns bought and guns sold) in the bound book with the firearms in the inventory (on shelves, in storage, in safes).

          BATF officers are trained to go in like gang busters and “take charge”. Since many licensees don’t know jack about the laws they’re supposed to operate under and obey, they immediately start answering every and any question the overzealous jackboot asks.

          “What else do you do here at Anti-Government Gun Works?” “What do you think about the second amendment?” “Do you send any guns out to be worked on?” “Do you sell at gun shows?” “Do you make internet sales?” “What guns are in your private collection?” (note: BATF has *no authority* over a dealer’s private collection, and no authority over any non-licensee)

          The correct response to all questions outside of 48.123 is:

          “My copy of 478.123 says you can inspect the records and inventory. Let me see your copy that says you can ask me questions about internet sales and gun shows.”

          When they balk or say they’re only asking for their own information the correct response is:

          “Your own information? You’re compiling information on a federal licensee for your own private file on that licensee? What’s your supervisor’s name and phone number. I’m going to ask them to send someone here who knows what the law says they can and can’t do.”

          27 CFR § 478.23. Right of Entry and Examination.

          (b) Any ATF officer, without having reasonable cause to believe a violation of the Act has occurred or that evidence of the violation may be found and without demonstrating such cause before a Federal magistrate or obtaining from the magistrate a warrant authorizing entry, may enter during business hours the premises, including places of storage, of any licensed manufacturer, licensed importer, or licensed dealer for the purpose of inspecting or examining the records, documents, ammunition and firearms referred to in paragraph (a) of this section:
          (1) In the course of a reasonable inquiry during the course of a criminal investigation of a person or persons other than the licensee,
          (2) For insuring compliance with the recordkeeping requirements of this part:
          (i) Not more than once during any 12-month period, or
          (ii) At any time with respect to records relating to a firearm involved in a criminal investigation that is traced to the licensee, or
          (3) When such inspection or examination may be required for determining the disposition of one or more particular firearms in the course of a bona fide criminal investigation.

          (c) Any ATF officer, without having reasonable cause to believe a violation of the Act has occurred or that evidence of the violation may be found and without demonstrating such cause before a Federal magistrate or obtaining from the magistrate a warrant authorizing entry, may enter during hours of operation the premises, including places of storage, of any licensed collector for the purpose of inspecting or examining the records, documents, firearms, and ammunition referred to in paragraph (a) of this section (1) for ensuring compliance with the record keeping requirements of this part not more than once during any 12-month period or (2) when such inspection or examination may be required for determining the disposition of one or more particular firearms in the course of a bona fide criminal investigation. At the election of the licensed collector, the annual inspection permitted by this paragraph shall be performed at the ATF office responsible for conducting such inspection in closest proximity to the collectors premises.

          (d) The inspections and examinations provided by this section do not authorize an ATF officer to seize any records or documents other than those records or documents constituting material evidence of a violation of law. If an ATF officer seizes such records or documents, copies shall be provided the licensee within a reasonable time.


    • dallasdan says:

      “~ Attorney for Branch Davidians”

      Credibility lost.

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  19. JCM800 says:

    Taxed enough already.

    Negative on any new laws, your not enforcing whats on the books.

    The most important thing about being a United States Citizen is that you want to be left alone, in Liberty.


  20. Joemama says:

    Epstein allegedly on a gurney going into a hospital emergency room on right, recent picture of left profile of Epstein (surprisingly hard to find a picture taken on his left side):

    Compare the ears and nose. Person (or head photoshopped into picture) is not Epstein. Other comparisons suggest that it is actually an image of Anthony Bourdain’s head.


  21. sunnyflower5 says:


  22. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump retweet

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  23. sunnyflower5 says:


  24. Carrie says:

    Portland is in a very dark place right now. Just watch this exchange. It’s utterly surreal….


  25. Rick Steves……….. Anyone see his latest screed paid for in part by our tax $$$$$ ?
    He all but calls our VSGPDJT a facist and misnames our country as a “Democracy ”
    The libs think they are so clever and O so much smarter than us President Trump supporters that they can mask the true goal they have to march on towards communism without our noticing.
    I used to like his show and have used his travel advice in the past as Mrs. Coveyouthband does food tours in Italy, but check this out. It is scary and appalling he would go out on this limb. His series and book is “Traveling with politics” or something along those lines.
    They really think we are stupid.


  26. Your Tour Guide says:

    “As Lunch Money Debt Raises Nationwide, 77 Atlanta
    Schools provide free meals” (Newsweek)

    Sorry that I’m lousy at linking.

    Type in the above for the story.

    What we are seeing, here, friends, is probable Title
    1 fraud. Every single one of the City of Atlanta public
    schools will provide free meals to all students, regardless
    of income.

    Free meals=Title 1= $600 additional more per pupil.
    The 600 dollars is an old figure. Don’t know how much
    the figure currently is.

    The other significance? ALL Atlanta public schools will
    now be considered Title 1. So they will get computers,
    instructional aid materials, and on and on.

    Title 1 is supposedly only for the disadvantaged. Some
    Atlanta Public schools have much lower free meals figures
    then suburban schools. I saw one school listed with a 6.5%
    free meal figure. Out in the burbs, few schools have seen
    numbers that low since the late 90s.

    Looked up last year’s figures, just for laughs. Seventy four
    percent of Atlanta Public schools qualified for free meals last
    year. So, Atlanta will be receiving at least 26% more federal
    funding due to created poverty for their schools.

    Oh, yeah. The city of Atlanta basically has NO middle class
    among it’s homeowners. Unless you are in the hood, home
    prices are now about 4-500 K on the low end.

    Anyone else want to bring this one to Trump and some other’s
    attention. Sonny Perdue is over agriculture. That’s who handles
    the Title 1 $$$.


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