to the local wildlife
A suspected burglar has been killed by an alligator while hiding out in a pond.
Why the ACLU can never be trusted:
“The American Civil Liberties Union is taking no position on legislation
that would bar people from buying guns if they are on the federal
government’s no-fly list — a list that the ACLU has spent the past five
years arguing is unconstitutional.”
Yeah, they'll defend your rights. As long as it's rights they approve of.
Would've been nice if Lynch had read it before she decided to violate that oath she swore to uphold it.
Of course, she'll still try to do this crap, she just realized what heat that 'protected species' crap is generating.
This is only a surprise if you're an idiot.
Intelligence officials have determined that Islamic extremists have explored using the refugee program to enter the United States, they told
the head of the Homeland Security Committee.
Rep. Michael McCaul
(R-Texas) revealed portions of a classified letter from the National
Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) on Monday, which offered new claims not
previously disclosed by the Obama administration.
And what seems the really important thing to The Hill?
The disclosure could give ammunition to critics of the White House’s
refugee plans who have warned that the program is vulnerable to
infiltration by adherents of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
I mean, damn, they've openly SAID they're using the refugee mess to move people into Europe and planned to do it in the US, too. But I guess this being part of a Official Intelligence Discovery makes it real.
Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia Burwell awarded a rarely used open-ended sole-source contract to a firm whose corporate owners were embroiled in a $400 million fraudulent medical data scheme
that cheated doctors and consumers, according to a Daily Caller News
The company Burwell selected is Optum Labs, which is part of United
Health Group’s Optum subsidiary. Andrew Slavitt, President Barack
Obama’s nominee to head HHS’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
(CMS), was formerly a top Optum executive at the time of the fraudulent
database involved in the scheme. The database enabled insurers to pay
dramatically lower reimbursements to doctors and patients for
Wonderful, isn't it?
Slavitt was granted a rare “ethics waiver” by the Obama administration that permits him to rule on issues involving past employers.