The News Tribune – by Adam Lynn

They’ve arrived.

Four huge cranes bound for the Port of Tacoma cruised into Commencement Bay on Friday afternoon.

The cranes, built in China, are 434 feet high with their booms extended. They crossed the Pacific aboard a re-purposed tanker called the Zhen Hua 28.  Continue reading “Huge cranes complete journey from China to Tacoma”

Just another part of the great revealing…

Washington Post

The “Fat Leonard” corruption investigation has expanded to include more than 60 admirals and hundreds of other U.S. Navy officers under scrutiny for their contacts with a defense contractor in Asia who systematically bribed sailors with sex, liquor and other temptations, according to the Navy.

Most of the admirals are suspected of attending extravagant feasts at Asia’s best restaurants paid for by Leonard Glenn Francis, a Singapore-based maritime tycoon who made an illicit fortune supplying Navy vessels in ports from Vladivostok, Russia to Brisbane, Australia. Francis also was renowned for hosting alcohol-soaked, after-dinner parties, which often featured imported prostitutes and sometimes lasted for days, according to federal court records.   Continue reading “‘Fat Leonard’ probe expands to ensnare more than 60 admirals”

The Daily Sheeple – by Matt Agorist

Moore, OK — This week, former Oklahoma Sen. Ralph Shortey was accused in a federal indictment of multiple counts of child sex trafficking and child pornography offenses. He is now facing the possibility of a minimum prison stay of 15 years.

After the federal grand jury meeting in Oklahoma City returned their four indictments this week, Shorty, 35, pleaded not guilty. He wiped away tears as officials read out his child sex trafficking and child pornography offenses.   Continue reading “Trump Campaign Chair & Fmr State Sen. Indicted For Child Sex Trafficking And Child Porn”

Sgt. Report – by Martin Barillas,

The lifeless body of Diplomatic Security Special Agent Kurt Smolek was found in the Potomac River on Wednesday evening. Smolek (45) had been declared a “critical missing person” in a tweet released by the police department of the District of Columbia.

According to a Missing Persons report by the DC Metropolitan Police Department, Smolek was last seen on August 28, 2017 at approximately 10 pm, in the 600 Block of Water Street, Southwest, Washington. “He was last seen wearing a blue oxford shirt and khaki pants,”read the report. “Kurt was last seen operating a grey 2011 GMC Terrain SUV, bearing Virginia tags XGG6532 with tinted windows.”
Continue reading “Another Dead Hillary Clinton Associate, Special Agent Kurt Smolek Found Dead in a River”

Filming Cops

Two former Baltimore police officers pleaded guilty Friday to federal racketeering charges, admitting that they committed armed robberies, made fraudulent overtime claims and filed false affidavits.

Detectives Maurice Ward and Evodio Hendrix were among seven Baltimore officers indicted in March as part of an alleged conspiracy involving those and other crimes. The seven officers, members of Baltimore’s Gun Trace Task Force, were accused of stopping people — some of whom were not suspected of any crimes — seizing their money, and pocketing it.   Continue reading “Two Baltimore Detectives Plead Guilty to Armed Robberies and Fraud”

The Hill – by Jordan Fabian

President Trump on Friday signed a bill that would make it easier for the scandal-plagued Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to fire employees accused of misconduct.

Trump said during a signing ceremony at the White House that it is a “national disgrace” that some VA workers involved in treatment scandals were allowed to remain in their roles and that the new law will make sure it “never happens again.”   Continue reading “Trump signs VA reform bill”

Legal Information Institute

Federal reserve notes, to be issued at the discretion of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System for the purpose of making advances to Federal reserve banks through the Federal reserve agents as hereinafter set forth and for no other purpose, are authorized. The said notes shall be obligations of the United States and shall be receivable by all national and member banks and Federal reserve banks and for all taxes, customs, and other public dues. They shall be redeemed in lawful money on demand at the Treasury Department of the United States, in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, or at any Federal Reserve bank.

Continue reading “12 U.S. Code § 411 – Issuance to reserve banks; nature of obligation; redemption”

These mountain squirrels are pretty obnoxious. They’ll try to chew and naw into your trailer at 3am which wakes me up.

I’m really cranky when I first wake up because I have a hard enough time sleeping. Throw a few shots in there..and I’m a total azzhole in that moment…then plus I have to go pee…or throw up..really bad from getting up too fast.   Continue reading “Ratt Bassturd Double Tap”

Made from salvage and recycled parts sitting around for a couple of years. I think I’m finally making some progress. I knew I was keeping that stuff around for a reason. It’s like a science experiment. I want it to look like a jungle before harvest time.

Joe from the Carolina’s should be proud of me.