Stephanie Sledge, In Tucson, the Target was the Judge, not the Congresswoman

Stephanie Sledge Roll’s Docket Judge John Roll, at the time of his assassination was presiding over hundreds of cases. These cases ranged from a blacked-out EPA toxic waste class-action lawsuit to pedophilia. The media, at the time of his murder, suppressed discussing the big cases he was presiding over. Alex Jones and his gang only focused on Roll’s 1997 Brady Bill ruling against the Clinton administration and insisted that Roll was murdered because of gun control. This was certainly a big factor considering the media war that followed the 2011…

Ghislaine Maxwell Arrested, May Be Sent To Same Jail Where Epstein ‘Killed Himself’

by Tyler Durden Update (1455ET): MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports that multiple federal law enforcement officials say that depending on what the judge overseeing today’s detention & removal hearing & the Bureau of Prisons determine, Ghislaine Maxwell could be housed at MCC in New York – the same jail where Jeffrey Epstein killed himself. “We will be seeking detention,” Acting U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss in Manhattan said in a press conference announcing charges. Prosecutors said Maxwell helped Epstein entice girls as young as 14 into sex from 1994 through 1997, then lied about it under oath in…

Ralph Cinque, Review of Craig Roberts, The Medusa File II: The Politics of Terror and the Oklahoma City Bombing

Ralph Cinque Medusa was a female monster from Greek mythology, and in his first Medusa book, Craig Roberts revealed crimes and cover-ups of the U.S. government, starting at 1940. I haven’t read it yet, but I’m glad he started at 1940 because there were plenty of U.S. crimes committed during World War II,  such as the nuclear bombing of two civilian population centers in Japan AFTER Japan had already agreed, in principle, to surrender. I have read one other book on the OK City bombing, The Secret Life of Bill Clinton,…

Vivian Lee, Epstein-Patterson-Clinton: The Art of the Book Deal

VIVIAN LEE June 25, 2018; Updated July 8, 2019 The 2018 political thriller, The President Is Missing, co-written by James Patterson and former President Bill Clinton, debuted at #1 on the New York Times best-seller list for fiction in both the print/hardcover and e-book categories. Reviewed in the New York Times Book Review section for June 24, 2018, the novel was touted as “ambitious and wildly readable,” a story of “a president who ditches his handlers and goes rogue from the White House, convinced he is the only one who can…

Here’s a list of 31 national emergencies that have been in effect for years

Kendall Heath Here’s a list of the presidents who declared still ongoing national emergencies. According to the Federal Register, 58 national emergencies have been declared since the National Emergency Act of 1976 was signed into law by President Gerald Ford. And 31 have been annually renewed and are currently still in effect, as listed in the Federal Register. Here’s a list of the presidents who declared still ongoing national emergencies. President Jimmy Carter (John Bazemore/AP, FILE)  Former President Jimmy Carter speaks as Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams listens on during a news conference to…

The American Thinker: Trump Puts Schumer and Pelosi in a Brilliant Vise Grip

By Jim Davis [Editor’s note: For background, check out “Deep State-Shadow Government Revealed: Senior Executive Service”, American Intelligence Media (3 January 2018), and you will begin to appreciate the dimensions of the problem confronting President Trump.]  The federal government shutdown has presented a unique opportunity for President Donald Trump to clear out the deadwood in the federal bureaucracy, saving U.S. taxpayers billions of dollars in salaries, perks, and rented office space for people who aren’t doing anything productive. At the same time, Trump can get rid of dozens, possibly even hundreds…