WGAL

The ATF says exactly half of the dynamite originally reported stolen from a pipeline site in Lancaster County has been recovered.

Investigators are expected to continue to conduct interviews and determine if any additional explosives remain unaccounted for, or if they recovered them all on Friday.  Continue reading “ATF is “increasingly confident” they have recovered all the dynamite reported stolen from pipeline site”

Wisconsin Dept Military Affairs – by Capt. Joe Trovato, Wisconsin National Guard

MADISON, Wis. — A full-scale training exercise simulating a long-term mass power outage in Wisconsin kicks off May 15 at sites around the state.

Known as Dark Sky, the exercise runs May 15-17 in Brown, Calumet, Dane, Fond du Lac, Milwaukee, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties and will test the abilities of private utilities, law enforcement, first responders and the National Guard to respond to the scenario as well as its second and third order effects.   Continue reading “Dark Sky exercise slated for May 15-17 at sites across state”

The United States of America considers military presence around the world as one of the key tools for ensuring national interests. The Pentagon has a huge amount of military bases and various facilities outside the national territory in more than 30 countries. Besides, US military instructors carry out training missions for local armed units of dozens of foreign states while the US special operations forces operate in more than 80 countries. The maintenance and expansion of military facilities network as well as conducting operations abroad in 2018 will cost the US taxpayer $89 billion, $23.2 billion more than the year before. However, financing global military presence isn’t the main challenge the US DoD is facing. A much more complicated task is to bring the foreign units to strength with physically and mentally healthy personnel as by September 2018 the Pentagon needs to enlist over 80,000 volunteers. Meanwhile, last year’s bar of 69,000 recruits was achieved with great difficulty.   Continue reading “The Price of US Global Dominance – Numerous Human Losses”

Fox News

A federal appeals court in Illinois ruled Thursday the Trump administration could not withhold public safety grants from cities solely because those cities had so-called “sanctuary” policies protecting illegal immigrants.

The decision by a three-judge panel of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago said the administration exceeded its authority in establishing a new condition for cities to qualify for the grants. It upheld a temporary injunction issued by a lower court judge this past September.  Continue reading “Federal court rules against Trump’s sanctuary city crackdown efforts”

KCRA 3 News

A couple allegedly tortured and murdered a 70-year-old Vietnam War veteran in Hanford, Calif. in an attempt to gain access to his financial information, police say.

Kenneth Coyle, a retired contractor for Naval Air Station Lemoore first met Stacie Mendoza, one of the accused murderers, in a Hanford restaurant where she worked as a waitress, according to the Hanford Police Department.   Continue reading “Police: Couple tortured, killed Vietnam vet​ before burning body in front of kids”

Clearance Jobs – by Ed Ledford / Jan 25, 2016

Coolest new jobs. Contributor David Brown reports, “Flying machines. People jumping from flying machines. Pilotless flying machines. Each advance in the defense industry, just before its time, would have been considered a ridiculous idea in bad science fiction, and yet here we are, working as pilots, paratroopers, and drone operators. . . . Here are the six hottest defense jobs this year that didn’t exist last year . . . .” Continue reading “Flashback: OPERATION TIMBER SYCAMORE: CIA arming Syria.”

White House – by D.C.

With the ongoing efforts to take away the rights of American Citizens to own certain firearms to defend themselves and their family from harm, We the American people propose that anyone in a political position have an unarmed security detail. This will include any and all firearms that may cause harm to any citizen of the United States.  Continue reading “We the people propose that all and anyone in a political position have an unarmed security detail.”

Threats and then missile strikes fell on Syria from the US and their allies. All of the threats are once again based on fake statements and staged shootings of “White Helmets” about the alleged use of chemical weapons by Assad. Again, the theatrical performance became the reason for armed aggression against a sovereign country. Washington decided to act in the English style: “pass sentence, then make a decision.” Nobody wanted to clarify the truth, US President D. Trump had to make a missile strike on Syria as soon as possible. It was done to weaken the legitimate government and unbind hand of the “terrorist-like smelling” opposition.   Continue reading “US aircrafts are fatigue, as Washington declares missile strike”

Las Vegas Review Journal

Longtime radio host Art Bell died Friday at his Pahrump home, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office announced. He was 72.

Bell’s paranormal-themed show, “Coast to Coast AM,” was syndicated on about 500 North American stations in the 1990s before he left the nightly show in 2002. He broadcast the show from Pahrump’s KNYE 95.1 FM, a station he founded.   Continue reading “Pahrump-based radio host Art Bell dies at 72”

News Front

Chinese military ships in the Mediterranean Sea are ordered to join the Russian Navy in the case of a massive attack on Syria, sources say.

Rseau International portal, citing French sources has said that Chinese warships in the Mediterranean have been ordered to join the Russian Navy in the case of “massive bombardment” of Syria.   Continue reading “Chinese Navy Ships Ordered To Join Russian Task Force In The Event Of US Strike On Syria”