Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2018’

  • Warner

    U.S. Senator offers secrets for wine

    Alinsky Rule 5 (Ridicule the opposition.) Post 28: Virginia U.S. Senator Mark Warner (D) made news recently by offering to trade national secrets for wine. According to the Boston Globe, the Vice Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, while attending a Democrat Senatorial Campaign Committee …

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  • Gowdy and Horowitz

    Rep. Trey Gowdy may star in “Inherit the Wind” remake

    Alinsky Rule 5 Post 27: A source associated with the highly regarded film-and-stage industry news website, HollywoodYesterYear.com, reports that a major movie studio is negotiating with an agent representing current Republican U.S. Congressman Trey Gowdy (4th Dist. SC). The talks may lead to Gowdy playing …

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  • Trump TIME COVER

    EXCLUSIVE: TIME Cover Hits Trump, Forgets Past

    Alinsky Rule 5 Post 26: A recent cover of TIME magazine, once a widely-read weekly in the ranks of LIFE and LOOK magazines that brought news of World War II to the Homefront, ridiculed Trump concerning the recent immigrant controversy along the US-Mexico border. Here …

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  • Christopher Wray

    Details of FBI Director’s training program leaked

    Alinsky Rule 5 Post 25   In the wake of Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report, FBI Director Christopher Wray held a press conference where he pledged that the Bureau will: “…require all senior executives all around the world to convene for in-depth …

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  • Inspector Jacques Clouseau

    IAI finalists for Most Outstanding Investigator Award

    Alinsky Rule 5 Post 24: On June 14, 2018, the International Association of Investigators – not to be mistaken for the National Association of Investigators which will hold its Annual Meeting on June 21-22 in West Chester, Ohio – announced its three finalists for the …

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  • First Inauguration1

    First Presidential Inauguration (1789)

    ~ by James Still ~ On April 30, 1789, citizens crowded the streets and rooftops to witness our Nation’s First Presidential Inauguration. Dressed in a dark-brown suit with white silk stockings, George Washington placed his hand on the bible and took the oath of office …

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It is the duty of the patriot to protect his country from its government. ~ Thomas Paine