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20 Jul 2017, 04:37 PST, 1st Edition

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    Dear Phill, you may now remove the embargo on my report yesterday.

    The above is the blue pill. Mr. Sessions does have the option of taking the red pill... which is to un-recuse himself on the basis that his recusal was made at a time when he (Sessions) was the highest DOJ authority with responsibility of any investigation into the Russia-election issue. However, now that an independent authority has been appointed, Mr. Sessions can resume his full duties and Mr. Mueller can include any actions of decisions Sessions makes from this point on into his Report.

    Also, now that Mr. Sessions has un-recused himself he should name a Special (independent) Investigator to look into the matter of Clinton Foundation pay-for-play and SecState Clinton's decision to deliver twenty percent of our nation's uranium stockpile to Russia... and any other matters within this arena. And the person best qualified to handle this investigation is James Comey.

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19 Jul 2017, 18:31 PST, 4th Edition

True Detective #130:

    Question: Should foreigners who serve in our military receive American citizenship?

    Answer: Only at two certain points in time, yes. Foreigners who enlist in any branch of the US military should be automatically granted full American citizenship either when receiving an Honorable Discharge, or sooner... the moment they set foot on foreign soil in peace or war as an American military serviceperson. Congress should submit this new law to the President's desk... yesterday... and make it retroactive to all Honorably Discharged servicemen and women who have not broken any laws since their discharge. (Those who have broken laws should be allowed, if they are eligible, to begin anew by re-enlisting for a minimal period and serving Honorably again.)

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19 Jul 2017, 16:28 PST, 3rd Edition

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    With a Special Prosecutor allowed to dig anywhere, the President REQUIRES an Attorney General who is operating with zero restrictions on his oversight and control. By recusing himself Jeff Sessions deprived the President of an entire reservoir of services. The President, in a rare interview with the Trump-hostile NY Times, all but invited Sessions to resign with honor.

    Technically, Sessions no longer serves at the "pleasure" of the President, and should, therefore, resign immediately so that the President can hire another who will have no reason to recuse himself for any reason on any matter and, therefore, provide the President with every possible tool, service and consultation.

    The above is the blue pill. Sessions does have the option of taking the red pill... which is to: (Phill, please embargo this section for now).

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19 Jul 2017, 12:04 PST, 2nd Edition

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    Something very dramatic with loud and huge results in the planning. Global effecting in its reply. Our nation would be better prepared if our leadership were mature. Too many elected people in this town think life is a game for profit and politics is about profit not management. Real dangers are ignored.

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19 Jul 2017, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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18 Jul 2017, 16:28 PST, 2nd Edition

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    Just heard from someone I work with here in Mnpls who informs me that the cop who shot the 40-year woman will claim he shot in fear of his and his partner's life. His leading defense will be the recent murder of the black female police officer in NY. He (the Somali cop) said he thought "the figure" approaching his car intended to assassinate him, just as the black female cop was murdered.

    The weird part is this Somali cop also said that he planned to make our agency his true career. He planned to work his way into a DEA group and from their into DEA as an S/A.

    In our history we have had to many Nervous Nellies who shot before a threat appeared... or shot when there was no threat. We can thank our former Admin (Leonhart) for breaking us of that culture. That last thing we need is sissies like the Somali cop joining our agency and shooting people because he got scared in the dark.

    Needless to say, this Somali punk will get off. No jury will convict him for claiming he felt threatened in the dark. As for me, I don't trust anyone in that PD any father than I can throw them. Most are just a bunch of Mall Cops on city salary.

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18 Jul 2017, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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17 Jul 2017, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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    New word on the street says two school psychologists in Alaska (where one out of two people require regular psychological counseling) are recommending marijuana pills be given to "hyperactive boys" in Grade School rather than traditionally prescribed "tranks" or "mode changers" to quiet down their occasional "disruptiveness" in their classrooms.

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16 Jul 2017, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

True Detective #129:

    Question: Will legalizing all prohibited street drugs eliminate drug-related crimes?

    Answer: Adamantly, NO. That is a myth created by illegal drug dealers and furthered by morons who erroneously believe themselves to be social intellectuals.

    Legalizing prohibited, mind and personality altering drugs will neither reduce nor eliminate crime for the simple reason that prohibited drugs used by people who hold regular jobs will inevitably damage a person's ability to function highly on the job. That person will inevitably be fired for failing to perform as expected. Once fired and because their personality and job productivity has been greatly reduced, that person will have a difficult time finding a job that will pay enough to fund their habit for more drugs. As their addiction for those drugs increase their need for more money will increase. When they soon find themselves unable to hold any type of legitimate job they will then resort to crime to pay for their drug habit.

    Therefore, crime is not reduced by illegal drug legalization, but only spread wider and wider until the entire society becomes a low-work, high-crime society.

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True Detective #130:

    Question: Will eliminating MediAid and MediCare eliminate the opioid crises?

    Answer: Adamantly, NO. Republicans who believe in a two-tiered society containing only the very rich and very poor (no middle class and no upward mobility) have been working since the birth of our nation to perpetualize a low-education, low-income labor pool to create and maintain a strong, elite, high-income but small group who will rule the country. Their first effort was to perpetualize Slavery, a condition in which laborers received no payment, meager rations, decrepit housing and pitiful, veterinary-level health care. But because Slaveowners also enjoyed having sex with their slaves and producing slave children whom they found it difficult to deny love and education to, these children gradually raised the compassion level for their condition to the point that sympathizers among the slaveowner society deemed it necessary to abolish slavery. Thence came the continual effort to recruit low-wage immigrants to successively replace former slaves and prior immigrants. America remains in this stage today.

    However, the desire by 'two-tier' Republicans to continually push for their reconstruction back to a slave-level culture which perpetuates the low-wage working class while at the same time eliminating the introduction of newer groups of immigrants to supply that low-wage labor, now inspires them to eliminate the protections against poor health and poverty which will compel millions in American to compete, even violently, for any lifestyle, even Spartan, that will extend their lives in an impoverished and unhealthy state.

    Some Republicans believe that eliminating Medicare and Medicaid will accomplish that goal. And they believe that using the opioid addiction crises as a excuse for eliminating Medicare and Medicare will help achieve that goal. But nothing is further from the truth... eliminating opioid addiction can easily be accomplished simply by increasing law enforcement operations directed at foreign supply to military-level interdiction, and increasing domestic medical industry prosecution to the severest penalties.

    Cutting off an addicts supply can more cheaply end addiction rather than increase Medicare and Medicaid to pamper addicts and fund recovery clinics that profit from addiction rather than cure it. Medicare and Medicaid should not be used to spend money by government to cure addiction, and simply replace the money being spent by addicts to maintain addiction... and any withdrawal physical or emotional pain suffered by the voluntary addict in dealing with his loss of opioids should never be made the financial pain of the general taxpayer to cure him. If one voluntarily loses their will and takes a pill, it is their condition alone to suffer until...

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15 Jul 2017, 18:16 PST, 3rd Edition

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    Sean Hannity is getting worse. He not only tries to make everything about himself, but he won't shut up an allow his guests -- even those who like him and agree with him -- to finish what they are saying. Hannity doesn't inform. He rabbles. Can't watch him anymore. He's worse than a self-absorbed female. His FB page is more informative than his show on Fox.

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15 Jul 2017, 14:29 PST, 2nd Edition

"True Detective #128", con't:
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    Someone wrote: "A writer named Robert Ludlum brought from reality to fiction a story about a group of CI agents who never screwed up their casework. One of the dialogue lines written by Ludlum specifically points to this when an agent's manager is told by another manager that one of her perfect agents recently made a bad mistake. The agent's manager assertively responds, "It wasn't a mistake. They don't make mistakes."

    The real-life operation was named (D/W redacted). The real-life agents Ludlum fictionalized didn't make mistakes because they worked alone. Working alone or in very limited groups of no more than two or three individuals greatly reduces the numerous possibilities of failure when multiples of humans get together, and further reduces the possibility of failure even more when known moron or slug agents are excluded.

    Failure is routinely inherent in the operations we conduct today simply because too many people are involved or know about them... which is why our only successes are criminals of very low aptitude... and why the more intelligent criminals continually evade us to continue importing and distributing drugs under our noses. We are fighting a self-losing war because our war apparatus is immensely flawed.

    A total revision of DEA ops is needed, starting first with the elimination of S&L groups...

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15 Jul 2017, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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    Fox News has been airing a report today about two S/As who were ambushed in Mexico. The Fox reporter, Catherine Herridge, found yet another opportunity to insert a few giggles into an otherwise distressing report that included a dead agent. How is it possible for any reporter to ever giggle or smile about anything when reporting a tragic story about an LE casualty??? Yet it seems all too many female reporters, like Herridge, do.

    Fox News is heavily plagued by flaky females in front of the camera due to the preferred-hiring policy of several perverted male execs at Fox (a couple have been fired) who specifically recruited females for their personal pleasure. But news stations are to deliver news, not sex. And when American LE agents are harmed there is no place for giggles and smiles any time during a report about them.

    Fox News needs to either get more men to report the news or order their flaky females to sell sex and silliness in a bar or dance hall... not on TV.

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    Someone wrote: "Just as the original writer said, it is all too often that agents sit on the stand and completely screw up their own evidence."

    Agents who screw up critical details either in their operations, post-op reports or on the witness stand should not be agents after they have made critical screwups and mistakes that not only allowed a perp to skate justice, but also injected the perps with more self-confidence about themselves and more disrespect for LE as incompetents with lower intellect than criminals.

    There were, at one time, perfect agents who never screwed up. A writer named Robert Ludlum brought from reality to fiction a story about a group of CI agents who never screwed up their casework. One of the dialogue lines written by Ludlum specifically points to this when an agent's manager is told by another manager that one of her perfect agents recently made a bad mistake. The agent's manager assertively responds, "It wasn't a mistake. They don't make mistakes."

    In LE, just as in CI, agents should make no mistakes... and certainly none that are critical enough to allow the suspect to unintentionally go free.

    The fictional stories told by Robert Ludlum about a group of American agents (manifested in the lead character names Jason Bourne) developed in the late 1960's to combat the growing threat of terrorism were derived from a factual CI operation that evolved from the brain of another writer thirty years prior named Alfred Hitchcock who helped British Intel and the US OSS to conduct flawless operations during WW2 against the Germans and Italians. Just as science fiction often become science fact, super spies and super agents are bo(u)rn(e) from spy fiction. Hichtcock's David Webber became Ludlum's David Webb, aka Jason Bourne. But Hitchcock's David Webber was based on a real-life LE operative who's qualities and characteristics were such that they could be cultivated by training and employed with not just the highest success rate but zero flaw rate.

    The mission requirements of these special agents demanded, for obvious reasons, that no mistakes of any kind be made before, during, or after an operation. The stakes were too high for even a single error, much less post-operation forensic discovery of certain elements of their missions.

    Perfect missions are easily possible when perfect agents are assigned. Needless to say, perfect conclusions are also reached when no post-operation flaws or errors are made. Hence, in LE cases an agent who successfully brings his criminal to trial should never "screw up" and allow that suspect to escape conviction due to a stupid mistake or error.

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    As you requested, the Job Performance Survey allows you to rate the job performance of 'drug war' supervisors from other agencies including Customs FBI State and Local police trooper sheriff marshal executives and US Attorneys as well as Group Supervisors and equivalents. Individuals presenting themselves as news media (NM) are evaluated on the frequency and quality of their illegal drug reporting.

    Ratings in descending order:

    • Outstanding With Honorable Mention
      Outstanding In Excess of Twelve Consecutive Peer Evaluations
    • Outstanding
    • Excellent
    • Satisfactory
    • Unsatisfactory
    • + Rated higher than previously evaluated
    • - Rated lower than previously evaluated

    Alumna Omar, Unsatisfactory, Week 57
    Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 44
    Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 67
    Bannon Steve, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 40
    Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 44
    Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 33
    Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 15
    Bersin Alan, Excellent
    Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 195
    Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 31
    Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 153
    Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 48
    Brown Bill, Unsatisfactory, Week 48
    Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory -
    Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 123
    Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
    Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 39
    Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 56
    Camarena Enrique Jr, Satisfactory
    Carson Ben, Excellent
    Carter Buddy (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Chaffetz, Jason, Outstanding, Week 3
    Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 27
    Christi Chris (Gov NJ), Outstanding, Week 69
    Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
    Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 24
    Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 113
    Comey James, Outstanding, Week 20
    Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Cooper Jim (Rep.), Excellent
    Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 75
    Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 6
    Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 30
    Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 106
    Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 95
    Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
    Daly Deirdre M (USA), Excellent
    Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 56
    DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 78
    DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
    DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 11
    Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 67
    Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
    Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 43
    El Paso Office, Satisfactory
    Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 19
    Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 35
    Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
    Ferguson Michael, Excellent
    Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 28
    Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 51
    Flynn Michael, Gen., Unsatisfactory, Week 6
    Franken Al Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 57
    Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 45
    Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 19
    Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 11
    Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 81
    Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 3
    Graham Lindsey Sen., Satisfactory
    Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 118
    Haley Nikki, Satisfactory
    Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 20
    Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 119
    Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 45
    Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 3
    Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 50
    Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 74
    Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 99
    Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 99
    Jordan Jim (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 21
    Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
    King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 86
    Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 80
    Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 5
    Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 45
    Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 82
    Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 49
    LePage Paul Gov., Excellent
    Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 101
    Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
    Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 83
    Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
    Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 216
    Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 214
    Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
    Maduro Nicolas, Excellent
    Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 69
    Marino Tom, Satisfactory
    Martin John, Satisfactory
    Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
    Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 23
    McCain John, Unsatisfactory, Week 6
    McConnell Mitch, Satisfactory
    McMaster H.R., Outstanding, Week 5
    Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Miami Office, Satisfactory
    Mica John, Satisfactory
    Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 41
    Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 14
    Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 49
    Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 53
    Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 127
    New York Office, Satisfactory
    Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 9
    Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 18
    O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 108
    Olson Wendy USA, Excellent
    Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Pence Mike Gov., Satisfactory
    Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 92
    Pompeo Mike, Excellent
    Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 14
    Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 54
    Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 14
    Priebus Reince, Satisfactory
    Putin Vladmir, Excellent
    Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Satisfactory
    Rawlings-Blake Stephanie (Baltimore Mayor), Unsatisfactory, Week 10
    Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 46
    Roach Barbara, Excellent
    Rosenberg, Chuck, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Rosenstein, Rod (US Attorney), Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 125
    San Francisco Division, Satisfactory
    Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 263
    Sein U Thein, Unsatisfactory, Week 212
    Sessions Jeff, Excellent
    Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 36
    Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
    Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 10
    Spicer Sean, Excellent
    St Louis Office, Satisfactory
    Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 74
    Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 18
    Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 50
    Szubin Adam, Excellent
    Taubira Christiane, Excellent
    Tillerson Rex, Excellent
    Trump Donald, Satisfactory +
    Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 291
    Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 89
    Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
    Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 3
    Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
    Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
    Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 34
    Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 9
    Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 32
    Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Wray Chris, Satisfactory
    Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 26
    Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 68


    CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 67
    FOX News, Satisfactory
    FOX Business, Excellent
    MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 67
    Newsmax, Excellent
    One America, Outstanding, Week 120
    Russia Today, Unsatisfactory, Week 3


    Alexander, Cedric (CNN LE Advisor), Excellent
    Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Satisfactory
    Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 34
    Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 99
    Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 58
    Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 7
    Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 46
    Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 196
    Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
    Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 7
    Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 94
    Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 50
    Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 24
    Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 53
    Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 6
    Doocy Steve, (FOX) Excellent
    Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Excellent
    Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 34
    Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 70
    Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 34
    Hannity Sean, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 7
    Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 35
    Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Unsatisfactory -
    Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
    Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
    Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 72
    Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 77
    Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 17
    Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 11
    Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
    King John, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 33
    Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Excellent
    Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
    Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
    Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 91
    McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 46
    Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 36
    Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 20
    O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 82
    Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 81
    Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
    Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 54
    Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 80
    Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent
    Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 23
    Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 10
    Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 20
    Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 76
    Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 19
    Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 17
    Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 233
    Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
    Smith Sheppard (Fox) Satisfactory -
    Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
    Townsend Fran, (CNN), Excellent
    Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
    Van Susteren Greta, (MSNBC) Excellent
    Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 209
    Williams Brian, Excellent
    Williams Juan, (FOX) Satisfactory

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      I have seen "Stood Still" a million times and never caught that flaw. Very keen eye on the part of the observer. However, the point being made is a very good one. There should NEVER be a situation in court where an agent fails to fully respond to a question or misstates his or her answer. Just as the original writer said, it is all too often that agents sit on the stand and completely screw up their own evidence. Juries are not stupid. Even when juries know an agent made a dumb mistake they will release the suspect solely on the grounds that the agent was not smart enough to be fully prepared to testify correctly. Clumsy errors on the stand are not tolerated.

      Another responded...

      Perhaps they could learn some lessons from S/A Tim Markey and the way he testified inn court. On one occasion even the defense attorney remarked how well versed Tim was regarding the case and how well he testified, .i.e. integrity and knowledge.

      Another responded...

      No matter how many times one of us is called to testify to facts on our case we should always treat each court appearance as if it were our nervous first... always have all of our facts straight so that we never provide defense attorneys a shoe-in to make us appear incompetent, uncaring or less than fully professional.

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    09 Jul 2017, 13:28 PST, 2nd Edition

    True Detective #128:

      Question: What is the number one reason why our agents fail to get convictions in court?

      Answer: Elementary... failure to get facts precisely correct on the witness stand when testifying against a criminal defendant.

      Because too many agents too often rely on USA's to win a case they (the SA) gets one or more important facts wrong under examination, permitting a judge or jury to dismiss the charges against a bonafide guilty defendant.

      Of course, defense attorneys will always try to prolong a trial solely for the purpose of allowing time and distance to help the arresting agent forget one or more essential details so that under cross-examination facts are either never recalled or misstated. DEA agents should always apply the "Klaatu barada nikto" rule to every case... write down or voice record all the important details and review them periodically before a trial date. (Recall the scene from the movie "The Day The Earth Stood Still" when Klaatu testifies to Professor Barnhart: "I was in Walter Reed Army Hospital, room 309"... when in fact Klaatu was in room 306. This flaw escaped the notice of the hundreds of men and women who worked on the movie before its release... but judges and juries are annoying for immediately catching such errors made by LE under oath. Had the "Stood Still" story been real Professor Barnhart could have had Klaatu re-arrested on the spot.)

      Record your facts on EVERY case and make sure you review them frequently so that you state them correctly on the witness stand!

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      Someone wrote: "Word on the street is saying film director Michael Mann, who directed several drug movies and TV shows during our agency's heyday in the 80's and 90's, will soon go to work on a Vietnam War series for commercial TV."

      That word is correct. The Mann series will air on the FX channel. The big problem with FX is they not only run commercials every few minutes, their commercials are so long you can paint your house or build a swimming pool while they are running. As for which Vietnam War vets Mann chooses to consult on this TV project is anybody's guess. Their integrity will, however, be visible in the final product when it airs... between long and frequent commercials.

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      Word on the street is saying film director Michael Mann, who directed several drug movies and TV shows during our agency's heyday in the 80's and 90's, will soon go to work on a Vietnam War series for commercial TV. Although considered a top-notch director, Mann is said in Hollywood circles to gravitate toward movies that closely follow public interest at the moment. That is, when our agency was making headlines tossing cartel leaders in jail in the 70's and 80's Mann made highly successful DEA movies. Ken Burn's Vietnam War series this Fall on PBS will generate huge public interest in a war everybody came to hate. Mann, accordingly, is looking to work off Burns' publicity and interest.

      Mann should be aware that our agency was all but founded by Vietnam War vets (see the DEA Watch 'Our Veteran's' webpage.) President Nixon -- who created our agency -- specifically directed his COS, H.R. Haldemann, to aim priority recruiting efforts in the 1970's to hiring Vietnam vets as 1811's.

      Of course, we're all waiting for Donald Trump to turn to more serious matters, such as the Drug War, than his boring obsession with silly subjects such as news media personalities. A new wave of war veteran infusion into our agency would be most helpful at this time since we have too many agents who are afraid to work the street and prefer catching crooks by telephone.

      But it's hard to get people like Mann and Trump to utilize REAL war veterans when they both avoided military service and Vietnam themselves...

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      As you requested, the Job Performance Survey allows you to rate the job performance of 'drug war' supervisors from other agencies including Customs FBI State and Local police trooper sheriff marshal executives and US Attorneys as well as Group Supervisors and equivalents. Individuals presenting themselves as news media (NM) are evaluated on the frequency and quality of their illegal drug reporting.

      Ratings in descending order:

      • Outstanding With Honorable Mention
        Outstanding In Excess of Twelve Consecutive Peer Evaluations
      • Outstanding
      • Excellent
      • Satisfactory
      • Unsatisfactory
      • + Rated higher than previously evaluated
      • - Rated lower than previously evaluated

      Alumna Omar, Unsatisfactory, Week 56
      Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 43
      Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 66
      Bannon Steve, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 39
      Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 43
      Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 32
      Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 14
      Bersin Alan, Excellent
      Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 194
      Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 30
      Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 152
      Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 47
      Brown Bill, Unsatisfactory, Week 47
      Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Satisfactory +
      Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 122
      Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
      Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 38
      Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 55
      Camarena Enrique Jr, Satisfactory
      Carson Ben, Excellent
      Carter Buddy (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Chaffetz, Jason, Outstanding, Week 2
      Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 26
      Christi Chris (Gov NJ), Outstanding, Week 68
      Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
      Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 23
      Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 112
      Comey James, Outstanding, Week 19
      Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cooper Jim (Rep.), Excellent
      Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 74
      Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 5
      Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 105
      Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 94
      Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
      Daly Deirdre M (USA), Excellent
      Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 55
      DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 77
      DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
      DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 10
      Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 66
      Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory -
      Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory
      Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
      Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 42
      El Paso Office, Satisfactory
      Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 18
      Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
      Ferguson Michael, Excellent
      Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 27
      Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 50
      Flynn Michael, Gen., Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Franken Al Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 56
      Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 44
      Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 18
      Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 10
      Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 80
      Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 2
      Graham Lindsey Sen., Satisfactory
      Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 117
      Haley Nikki, Satisfactory -
      Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 19
      Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 118
      Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 44
      Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding, Week 2
      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 49
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 73
      Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 98
      Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 98
      Jordan Jim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 20
      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 85
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 79
      Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 44
      Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 81
      Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 48
      LePage Paul Gov., Excellent
      Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 100
      Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
      Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 82
      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
      Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 215
      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 213
      Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
      Maduro Nicolas, Excellent
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 68
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory
      Martin John, Satisfactory
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 22
      McCain John, Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      McConnell Mitch, Satisfactory
      McMaster H.R., Outstanding, Week 4
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Satisfactory
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 40
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 13
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 48
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 52
      Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 126
      New York Office, Satisfactory
      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 8
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 17
      O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 107
      Olson Wendy USA, Excellent
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Pence Mike Gov., Satisfactory -
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 91
      Pompeo Mike, Excellent
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 13
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 13
      Priebus Reince, Satisfactory -
      Putin Vladmir, Excellent
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Satisfactory
      Rawlings-Blake Stephanie (Baltimore Mayor), Unsatisfactory, Week 9
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 45
      Roach Barbara, Excellent
      Rosenberg, Chuck, Unsatisfactory -
      Rosenstein, Rod (US Attorney), Unsatisfactory -
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 124
      San Francisco Division, Satisfactory +
      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 262
      Sein U Thein, Unsatisfactory, Week 211
      Sessions Jeff, Excellent -
      Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 35
      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
      Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 9
      Spicer Sean, Excellent
      St Louis Office, Satisfactory
      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 73
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 17
      Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 49
      Szubin Adam, Excellent
      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
      Tillerson Rex, Excellent -
      Trump Donald, Unsatisfactory -
      Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 290
      Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 88
      Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 2
      Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
      Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
      Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 33
      Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 8
      Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 31
      Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Wray Chris, Satisfactory
      Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 25
      Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 67


      CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 66
      FOX News, Satisfactory
      FOX Business, Excellent
      MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 66
      Newsmax, Excellent
      One America, Outstanding, Week 119
      Russia Today, Unsatisfactory, Week 2


      Alexander, Cedric (CNN LE Advisor), Excellent
      Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Satisfactory
      Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 33
      Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 98
      Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 57
      Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 6
      Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 45
      Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 195
      Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
      Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 6
      Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 93
      Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 49
      Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 23
      Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 52
      Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 5
      Doocy Steve, (FOX) Excellent
      Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Excellent
      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 33
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 69
      Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 33
      Hannity Sean, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 6
      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 34
      Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 37
      Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
      Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 71
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 76
      Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 16
      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 10
      Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
      King John, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 32
      Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Excellent
      Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
      Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
      Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 90
      McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 45
      Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 35
      Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 19
      O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 81
      Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 80
      Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
      Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 79
      Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent
      Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 22
      Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 9
      Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 19
      Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 75
      Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 18
      Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 16
      Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 232
      Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
      Smith Sheppard (Fox) Excellent +
      Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 27
      Townsend Fran, (CNN), Excellent
      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
      Van Susteren Greta, (MSNBC) Excellent
      Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 19
      Williams Brian, Excellent
      Williams Juan, (FOX) Satisfactory

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      CNN's chief medical correspondent is named Sanjay Gupta. In 2009 he emphatically stated that smoking marijuana does NOT do the human body any good. But since then, as marijuana has become profitable, Gupta has reversed himself. He now feels marijuana has medical benefits... though he offers no proof that marijuana has cured a single illness.

      America would do well without fake news and without lying news. Americans should pick a national day to tune out CNN... turn it off... change the channel... and perhaps extend that single day to week, if not a month... or permanently.

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      Several times over the past twenty years people have commented on The Watch about Bill Gates using the S1B Visa to bring in thousands upon thousands of foreign workers to his Microsoft facilities as cheap labor instead of hiring poor Americans, In fact, something was published on this in The Watch not long ago.

      So... today it is being reported from Germany (G20 location) that Bill Gates has reformed like an aging hooker. He is now admitting that tons of foreigners coming into the US will indeed harm the country more than help... this admittance coming from a jerk whose only driving force was making more money at the expense of our country.

      What Congress needs to do is punish Bill Gates for conspiring to decertify his own creations in order to compel consumers to buy his new creations. As you know, Gates and Microsoft periodically announces they will "no longer support" an aging version of their Windows software after they have created a new version that will not run previous Windows software. Using this switch Gates has forced millions of computer buyers to purchase new machines. What if car dealers or appliance makers stated they would no longer provide parts or service for a previous model in order to force you to buy one of their new models?

      There oughtta be a law against this type of switch.

      And President Trump should start issuing severe punishment to any companies who hire illegal foreign workers. (Thanks to Congress the S1B visa is being rescinded to stop over-populating our country with cheap laborers... many of them who come from illegal drug growth and export countries!!!)

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      Someone wrote: "Donald Trump said he'd clean up Chicago. But he's spent most of his time in Florida golfing. Worse than Obama."

      This is why we haven't won a war since WW2. We couldn't win in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq or Afghanistan because we can't even win in Chicago. We will pitifully loose if we have to re-fight a uniformed North Korea army because we can't even fight packs of armed hooligans in Chicago. And if we continue to appoint loser generals over our Army the same way to allow fat, bloated, loser police chiefs in cities like Chicago who have one foot in corruption we won't win in Korea. A bunch of people will be killed and the end will be the same as in 1954... a truce.

      And Trump is too beholding to US corporations to impose REAL sanctions that will get money-makers screaming at the Chinese and Russian governments to quit f**king around with us in North Korea.

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      We should just close down our Chicago office because it is totally useless.

      It took DEA Watch to report that El Chapo made at least two trips to Chicago while on the lam from his last escape... when our people didn't have a GD clue!!! Our Chicago management is useless and our agents in Chicago either cowards or bumbling idiots. Drugs drive the gangs. Chicago DEA turns a blind eye to the dirty Chicago cops and CPD management working with the drug gangs.

      Donald Trump said he'd clean up Chicago. But he's spent most of his time in Florida golfing. Worse than Obama.

      Even worse, Chicago businesses and storefronts are on the receiving end of most drug dollars... corruption more terrible than Afghanistan.

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    True Detective #127:

      Question: What can the US do militarily to deny North Korea use of the atmosphere to fly a missile?

      Answer: Elementary. Immediately fire all of the scientists who are either married or have children who are working on the asteroid deflection program at NASA. By firing these two groups of scientists the program will be left with single males and females who provingly work smarter and faster since they are not deliberately dragging out the completion of their projects in order to lengthen their employment for child-raising. If the asteroid-deflection program at NASA can be accelerated by removing the slugs it can easily be quickly converted to an anti-missile system capable of either destroying or deflecting enemy rockets or ICBMS. North Korea's threatening nuclear-launch program is moving too fast to allow NASA slugs to take their time completing a very necessary life-saving anti-asteroid project that can be dually employed to defend the US and our Allies against life-threatening enemy missiles.

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    02 Jul 2017, 13:29 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Someone wrote: "More than ever, with Twitter being inundated with partisan demands to cancel the President's Twitter account, the President should create a White House News Agency channel..."

      What Trump's critics are really saying is that he shouldn't communicate... period. He defeated them in the presidential election and trounced them in the recent fill-in elections. Trump's critics would like nothing more than to silence him so that even his followers can't hear him. But let's be real... Twitter has gotten more brand-name publicity off of Donald Trump than from all of Twitter's 'celebrity' accounts... combined!!! Twitter would be committing corporate suicide if it were to shut down the President's Twitter account.

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      Back on Feb 24th someone published on The Watch: ... the WH will have to create its own public news TV station to disseminate the President's words and policies..." And "President Trump should create a broadcast and cable WHNA so that Americans and the world can be fully informed on what the US govt is thinking and doing..."

      More than ever, with Twitter being inundated with partisan demands to cancel the President's Twitter account, the President should create a White House News Agency channel (similar to C-Span or the DOD's military channel) on cable to issue WH news and Presidential comments.

      If he doesn't do that, at the very least he should order Spicer to conduct ALL WH news conferences on Skype, and eliminate in-person news conferences, so that Spicer can prevent eliminate rowdy, insulting and camera-hog reporters from being openly and arrogantly disruptive.

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      President Trump is wise today to talk up our veterans if he has decided to go to war in the near future. However, it is unwise for him to allow the cheaptwit Speaker of the House or the penny-pincher VA Secretary (both non-vets) from cutting veteran's benefits. And if our president wants to make a real drug war out of the phony drug war we have been pretending to fight since Bill Clinton was elected, it would be unwise to cut benefits from federal employees.

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      As you requested, the Job Performance Survey allows you to rate the job performance of 'drug war' supervisors from other agencies including Customs FBI State and Local police trooper sheriff marshal executives and US Attorneys as well as Group Supervisors and equivalents. Individuals presenting themselves as news media (NM) are evaluated on the frequency and quality of their illegal drug reporting.

      Ratings in descending order:

      • Outstanding With Honorable Mention
        Outstanding In Excess of Twelve Consecutive Peer Evaluations
      • Outstanding
      • Excellent
      • Satisfactory
      • Unsatisfactory
      • + Rated higher than previously evaluated
      • - Rated lower than previously evaluated

      Alumna Omar, Unsatisfactory, Week 55
      Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 42
      Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 65
      Bannon Steve, Unsatisfactory -
      Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 38
      Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 42
      Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 31
      Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 13
      Bersin Alan, Excellent
      Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 193
      Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 29
      Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 151
      Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 46
      Brown Bill, Unsatisfactory, Week 46
      Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 7
      Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 11
      Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
      Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      Camarena Enrique Jr, Satisfactory
      Carson Ben, Excellent
      Carter Buddy (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Chaffetz, Jason, Outstanding +
      Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 25
      Christi Chris (Gov NJ), Outstanding, Week 67
      Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
      Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 22
      Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 111
      Comey James, Outstanding, Week 18
      Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cooper Jim (Rep.), Excellent
      Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 73
      Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 4
      Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 104
      Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory -
      D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 93
      Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
      Daly Deirdre M (USA), Excellent
      Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 76
      DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
      DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 9
      Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 65
      Donahue Matt, Unsatisfactory -
      Downing Dave, Unsatisfactory
      Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
      Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 41
      El Paso Office, Satisfactory
      Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 17
      Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 33
      Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
      Ferguson Michael, Excellent
      Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 26
      Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 49
      Flynn Michael, Gen., Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Franken Al Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 55
      Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 43
      Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 17
      Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 9
      Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 79
      Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Outstanding +
      Graham Lindsey Sen., Satisfactory
      Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 116
      Haley Nikki, Excellent -
      Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 18
      Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 117
      Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 43
      Huckabee-Sanders Sarah, Outstanding
      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 48
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 72
      Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 97
      Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 97
      Jordan Jim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 19
      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 84
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 78
      Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 43
      Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 80
      Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 47
      LePage Paul Gov., Excellent
      Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 99
      Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
      Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 81
      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
      Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 214
      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 212
      Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
      Maduro Nicolas, Excellent
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 67
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory
      Martin John, Satisfactory
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 21
      McCain John, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      McConnell Mitch, Satisfactory
      McMaster H.R., Outstanding, Week 3
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Satisfactory
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 39
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 12
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 47
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 51
      Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 125
      New York Office, Satisfactory
      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 7
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 16
      O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 106
      Olson Wendy USA, Excellent
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Pence Mike Gov., Excellent
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 90
      Pompeo Mike, Excellent
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 12
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 13
      Priebus Reince, Excellent
      Putin Vladmir, Excellent
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Satisfactory
      Rawlings-Blake Stephanie (Baltimore Mayor), Unsatisfactory, Week 8
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 44
      Roach Barbara, Excellent
      Rosenberg, Chuck, Satisfactory +
      Rosenstein, Rod (US Attorney), Satisfactory +
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Unsatisfactory -
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 123
      San Francisco Division, Unsatisfactory -
      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 261
      Sein U Thein, Unsatisfactory, Week 210
      Sessions Jeff, Outstanding, Week 3
      Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 34
      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
      Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 8
      Spicer Sean, Excellent
      St Louis Office, Satisfactory
      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 72
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 16
      Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 48
      Szubin Adam, Excellent
      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
      Tillerson Rex, Outstanding, Week 18
      Trump Donald, Satisfactory +
      Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 289
      Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 87
      Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Walker Mark (Rep.), Outstanding +
      Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
      Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
      Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 32
      Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 7
      Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 30
      Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory -
      Wray Chris, Satisfactory
      Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 24
      Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory +
      Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 66


      CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 65
      FOX News, Satisfactory
      FOX Business, Excellent
      MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 65
      Newsmax, Excellent
      One America, Outstanding, Week 118
      Russia Today, Unsatisfactory -


      Alexander, Cedric (CNN LE Advisor), Excellent
      Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Satisfactory
      Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 32
      Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 97
      Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 56
      Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 44
      Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 194
      Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
      Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 92
      Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 48
      Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 22
      Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 51
      Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 5
      Doocy Steve, (FOX) Excellent
      Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Excellent
      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 32
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 68
      Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 32
      Hannity Sean, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 33
      Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 36
      Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
      Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 70
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 75
      Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 15
      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 9
      Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
      King John, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 31
      Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Excellent
      Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
      Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
      Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 89
      McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 44
      Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 18
      O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 80
      Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 79
      Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
      Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 78
      Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent
      Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 21
      Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 8
      Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 18
      Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 74
      Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 17
      Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 15
      Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 231
      Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
      Smith Sheppard (Fox) Satisfactory
      Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 26
      Townsend Fran, (CNN), Excellent
      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
      Van Susteren Greta, (MSNBC) Excellent
      Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 18
      Williams Brian, Excellent
      Williams Juan, (FOX) Satisfactory

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    29 Jun 2017, 19:27 PST, 5th Edition

    Special Messages:

      Expect the Chinese response to Minuchin's economic sanctions on three Chinese entities will be to increase smuggling of mind-dumbing fentanyl and opioids into Mexico and Canada... as well as Hawaii... for delivery on CONUS. China knows that the more drugs American's take the dumber we behave, the slower we move, and the weaker we become militarily. After all, drug warfare worked for China well during the Vietnam War... and we lost that war because we lost the ability to effectively fight due to the ebbing incapacity of our military. Seventy-percent of GI's coming home after 1970 tested positive for various levels of heroin use.

      Drug warfare to ultimately defeat the United States is in full implementation.

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    29 Jun 2017, 16:03 PST, 4th Edition

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      Because Donald Trump succeeded in doing the impossible, rising from TV personality to President, Chaffetz' decision to make himself a household image on TV is an excellent WH-potential strategy.

      However, it's not enough to just be on TV, as Trump proved. One must also say and do things that generate wide and deep public exposure. Chaffetz would do well to be on the continuous lookout for individuals who have a keen awareness of reality... and use their advice to accurately measure public sentiment, mood and wants. Trump succeeded in the first part, but he has so far failed to select people who can also tell him how to get done the things he wants done. Chaffetz has two years to develop people to help him get elected and another group to help him enact his agenda and keep whatever promises he makes while campaigning.

      2020 will need a young champion if Trump fails to more quickly live up to the things he promised... while at the same time doing equal damage on other things.

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    29 Jun 2017, 14:11 PST, 3rd Edition

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      My pal Mike reports today about a conversation that was overheard between a Chaffetz family member and a certain high-level RNC person. According to both, Jason Chaffetz is retiring so that he can prepare for the 2020 Presidential election either to run for president or Vice President. Chaffetz is said to be moving into a "highly visible job" that will "position" him for the WH. DEA personnel will remember Chaffetz as the Congressman who was instrumental in getting (former) Administrator Leonhart fired.

      Signed (D/W redacted)

    "In Memory of my mentor William K. 'Big Bill' Harvey"

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    29 Jun 2017, 12:45 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Today's votes approving the new immigration and Sanctuary City laws are a good thing for everyone in the US. Mr. President, Job Well Done!!! Keep up the superb work!!!

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    29 Jun 2017, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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      Someone wrote: "AttyGenl Sessions should issue an order calling for all drugs found on or near the persons of arrested drug suspects to be tested for foreign origin... and any drugs that are found to have a foreign root should mandate the additional prosecution of aiding and abetting the enemy."

      Any drug dealer caught with ANY foreign-produced narcotic should also be prosecuted for illegally operating as an agent for a foreign entity in violation of State Dept regulations that requires all representatives, sellers, etc., who market foreign products and services be registered.

      By the way, there is talk that Calif will test all marijuana confiscated in an arrest. Smart move!!! If we are going to let people smoke that junk we should, at least, require them to smoke local grown junk... and tax it to pay for health care.

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    True Detective #127:

      Question: Are there ways to reduce opioid addiction?

      Answer: Yes. The first thing that should be done is limiting doctors to prescribe no more than a few day's supply, requiring the patient to go to a pharmacy each time for a refill. Patients should never be allowed to obtain a refill sooner than prescribed, and those that do try to get earlier refills should have their dosage level reduced to wean them off the opioid.

      A federal refill prescription surcharge (for opioidal drugs only) of a few cents should be added to the refill charge to pay for opioid recovery.

      Crack cocaine level sentences should be mandated for criminal use or illegal sale of opioids.

      Signed,
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    27 Jun 2017, 17:26 PST, 6th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Require cigarette, alcohol and 'legalized' marijuana customers to pay a Medicaid tax upon purchase since these substances contribute to health and judgment depreciation."... "And all illegal sellers of marijuana should be fined to the hilt."

      This new program would make us revenue agents as well as crime fighters... enhancing DEA's mission, purpose and essential public need. I'm all for it!!!

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    27 Jun 2017, 16:51 PST, 5th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "... take away all their property and put them in a jail where they are compelled to work on making heavily inspected hospital supplies for use in military and VA hospitals."

      We should be doing this in ALL federal prisons NOW!!! We can't force prisoners to make commercial goods for public sale, and we can't force prisoners to make weapons for our military, but we can make them produce items of peace and goodwill... medical equipment and supplies used by military and VA hospitals... while at the same time get prisoners to respect the men and women who used their lives to protect our citizens, not steal from them or harm them.

      President Trump needs to get this in motion now. It would help bring down health maintenance costs and lower the amount spent under TrumpCare.

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    27 Jun 2017, 16:02 PST, 4th Edition

    "True Detective #126", con't:
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      Someone wrote: "Require cigarette, alcohol and 'legalized' marijuana customers to pay a Medicaid tax upon purchase since these substances contribute to health and judgment depreciation."

      Although I vehemently oppose the fed 'legalizing' domestic marijuana, while continuing to vigorously fight foreign marijuana, I must agree that a special federal tax on all marijuana sales (along with tobacco and alcohol) go the Medicaid Trust Fund to pay for TrumpCare.

      And all illegal sellers of marijuana should be fined to the hilt... take away all their property and put them in a jail where they are compelled to work on making heavily inspected hospital supplies for use in military and VA hospitals.

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    27 Jun 2017, 14:31 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Tonight CNN will air a report on the Russian hacking of the DNC and other political entities. I consider this report good though incomplete because much material is missing. For example, those who have been reading The Watch will recall, as far back as 2014, certain individuals posting requests to President Obama on The Watch to please shut down Russian internet contact with the US. Needless to say, Obama ignored those requests just as our people in the Bureau were largely ignored by the DNC when we advised them two years later in 2016 that they were being directly penetrated. You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink... you can advise the President of the United States to take action against an attack but you cannot get him to do anything if he chooses not to. In this case it cost that president the election of his desired candidate. Kudos to The Watch for being the first to advise everyone of Russian cyber penetration. Unfortunately The Watch can only advise and inform. But as a very wise man named Jesus Christ once said... "Those with two ears had better listen."

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    27 Jun 2017, 11:09 PST, 2nd Edition

    True Detective #126:

      Question: Can the Affordable Health Care Act be repaired?

      Answer: Yes.

      1. Make health care a 'tax' simply by mandating that everyone purchase health care (as they do Social Security) either directly or have it paid for by their employer.
      2. Mandate employers provide health care for their part-time employees
      3. Require nations, such as Mexico, to fund a Medical Treatment Account in the US to pay for emergency, stabilizing health care to their citizens in the US illegally
      4. Expediently deport non-citizens who are in the US illegally when they seek health care, after providing them stabilizing treatment.
      5. Institute price controls on health care equipment, from Kleenex to microscopes, that prohibits medical providers from charging patients more than their standard retail amount. That is, a hospital cannot charge more for a product than its cost on a (public) store shelf.
      6. Institute standardized prices for medications. Pill makers may not charge US customers more than they charge foreign customers.
      7. Provide health care to voluntary illness patients (illegal drug users) but penalize them nonmetallic for their treatment costs.
      8. Require all domestic and international asset forfeitures from illegal drug cases go to the Medicaid Trust Fund.
      9. Greatly reduce military construction and equipment costs, eliminate unnecessary purchases so that those who serve in the military will receive lifetime medical care at a VA facility. That is, remove the corruption and greed from military contracts.
      10. Require cigarette, alcohol and 'legalized' marijuana customers to pay a Medicaid tax upon purchase since these substances contribute to health and judgment depreciation.
      11. More to be added when suggested...

      Signed,
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    26 Jun 2017, 17:49 PST, 5th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "... not to mention American citizens who will continue to crave and pay billions for illegal drugs to the very enemies that we and our soldiers will be fighting."

      Which is why AttyGenl Sessions should issue an order calling for all drugs found on or near the persons of arrested drug suspects to be tested for foreign origin... and any drugs that are found to have a foreign root should mandate the additional prosecution of aiding and abetting the enemy.

      Are we not now in a shooting (drug) war???

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    26 Jun 2017, 17:11 PST, 4th Edition

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      Someone wrote: " As for us in DEA should a ground war occur..."

      A major war anywhere against a uniformed and state-supplied military will encourage strikes against US offices everywhere, and particularly in smaller countries where drug cartels already fight with their govts for control.

      We should anticipate hostility against our offices everywhere... and those hostilities will be directly encouraged by US govt officials, academics and the wealthy who have condemned drug wars whether here in the US or in places like the Philippines. We will be at war with both enemies and critics of government efforts to stop terrorism and crime... not to mention American citizens who will continue to crave and pay billions for illegal drugs to the very enemies that we and our soldiers will be fighting.

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      Someone wrote: " As for us in DEA should a ground war occur... we need to think seriously about being supported by a weak military if we are assigned anywhere overseas because the drug cartels have big guns too... and really tough men (no females and no faggots) doing their fighting."

      The above writer is correct. Trump's biggest problem is that he doesn't think far enough ahead... and spends way too much time thinking about "tabloid crap".

      If Trump had been smart he would have created a Think Tank in June 2015 (the month he announced he would run for the presidency) to come up with a bullet-proof health care plan. It was stooopid for Trump to leave it up to nickel-diming, cheap-twit Republicans to devise a plan.

      And if we are going to get into a major war because of North Korea or Syria or Russia, Trump needs to plan for that war to start no less than eighteen months from now, and use every day from now until then to clean up our military and get warfighters and not "females" training men for war and "faggots" leading men in war. I agree, right now our military just ain't ready... that was obvious when a Navy ship was crippled by a fishing boat and twelve lives were lost. Looking at all the hand-wringing and hair-pulling over that stupidly avoidable accident in peacetime! What do you think it will be like in wartime when enemy battleships target our Navy??? Dozens of Navy ships will be hit and sunk!!!

      Duuuuuh!

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      Someone wrote: "It goes without saying that Warmbier was a total moron for ripping down a propaganda poster while touring in North Korea. And it doubly goes without saying that Warmbier was a total moron for even visiting North Korea. But here in America we have no shortage of morons... Which begs the question... is our President any smarter?"

      President Trump would be stupid if he took any action to punish North Korea for Warmbier's death, or murder... simply because the US military is not capable, at this time, to engage in any major land battles with any country.

      Because our military has been led by three former drug users, all of whom were also military evaders, and now a president who avoided military service during the Vietnam War, our military has become effeminized, homosexualized and morally bankrupt.

      The military over the past quarter-Century since Bill Clinton has had to fire or prosecute more officers and senior non-coms for immoral conduct than it has issued Silver Stars for valor. We have lost both wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, being military humiliated by alley fighters leading rag-bands to fight us. Worst of all, we now have a Secretary of the VA who is telling future enlistees that if they suffer any medical or psychological traumas they will not be receiving any benefits... or far less.

      We have severely damaged our military and we are still, under Trump, telling our war veterans we'd prefer they die and stop costing us money out of the pockets of our wealthy draft dodgers. We should not fight any war because we can't win one.

      President Trump should simply place both China and North Korea off limits for travel... for any reason. No American citizen should be allowed to go to either country.

      The only alternative is to restore the Draft and compel Americans to serve. Draftees who are anticipating war duty will not tolerate homosexual officers and non-coms. They will not tolerate female Drill Instructors. And they will not tolerate a gutless, military-dodging president who doesn't have a clue about what he is doing. Least of all Draftees will not tolerate having a junior military branch supply the senior leadership of our military or DOD. And they certainly will not tolerate a non-vet running the VA. Draftees will demand that they be provided the best in all areas so that they can go fight, win, and return home.

      As for us in DEA should a ground war occur... we need to think seriously about being supported by a weak military if we are assigned anywhere overseas because the drug cartels have big guns too... and really tough men (no females and no faggots) doing their fighting.

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      As you requested, the Job Performance Survey allows you to rate the job performance of 'drug war' supervisors from other agencies including Customs FBI State and Local police trooper sheriff marshal executives and US Attorneys as well as Group Supervisors and equivalents. Individuals presenting themselves as news media (NM) are evaluated on the frequency and quality of their illegal drug reporting.

      Ratings in descending order:

      • Outstanding With Honorable Mention
        Outstanding In Excess of Twelve Consecutive Peer Evaluations
      • Outstanding
      • Excellent
      • Satisfactory
      • Unsatisfactory
      • + Rated higher than previously evaluated
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      Alumna Omar, Unsatisfactory, Week 57
      Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 41
      Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 64
      Bannon Steve, Satisfactory
      Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 41
      Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 30
      Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 12
      Bersin Alan, Excellent
      Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 192
      Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 28
      Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 150
      Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 45
      Brown Bill, Unsatisfactory, Week 45
      Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 6
      Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 10
      Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
      Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Camarena Enrique Jr, Satisfactory
      Carson Ben, Excellent
      Carter Buddy (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Chaffetz, Jason, Excellent
      Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 23
      Christi Chris (Gov NJ), Outstanding, Week 65
      Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
      Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 20
      Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 109
      Comey James, Outstanding, Week 17
      Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cooper Jim (Rep.), Excellent
      Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 72
      Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 3
      Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 27
      Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Unsatisfactory, Week 35
      Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 103
      Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Satisfactory
      D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 92
      Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
      Daly Deirdre M (USA), Excellent
      Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 75
      DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
      DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 8
      Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 64
      Donahue Matt, Satisfactory
      Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 35
      Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
      Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 40
      Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 16
      Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 32
      Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
      Ferguson Michael, Excellent
      Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 25
      Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 48
      Flynn Michael, Gen., Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Franken Al Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 42
      Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 35
      Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 16
      Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 8
      Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 78
      Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Excellent
      Graham Lindsey Sen., Satisfactory
      Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 115
      Haley Nikki, Outstanding, Week 8
      Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 17
      Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 116
      Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 42
      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 47
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 71
      Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 96
      Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 96
      Jordan Jim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 18
      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 83
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 77
      Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 42
      Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 79
      Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 46
      LePage Paul Gov., Excellent
      Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 98
      Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent +
      Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 80
      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
      Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 213
      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 211
      Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
      Maduro Nicolas, Excellent
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 66
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 20
      McCain John, Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      McConnell Mitch, Satisfactory
      McMaster H.R., Outstanding, Week 2
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Satisfactory
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 38
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 11
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 46
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 50
      Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 124
      New York Office, Satisfactory
      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 6
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 15
      O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 105
      Olson Wendy USA, Excellent
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Parsons Charlie, Unsatisfactory, Week 272
      Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 35
      Pence Mike Gov., Excellent
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 89
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 11
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 51
      Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 12
      Priebus Reince, Excellent
      Putin Vladmir, Excellent
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Satisfactory
      Rawlings-Blake Stephanie (Baltimore Mayor), Unsatisfactory, Week 7
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 43
      Roach Barbara, Excellent
      Rosenberg, Chuck, Unsatisfactory -
      Rosenstein, Rod (US Attorney), Unsatisfactory -
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Satisfactory
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 12
      San Francisco Division, Satisfactory
      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 260
      Sein U Thein, Unsatisfactory, Week 209
      Sessions Jeff, Outstanding, Week 2
      Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 33
      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
      Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 7
      Spicer Sean, Excellent
      St Louis Office, Satisfactory
      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 71
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 15
      Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 47
      Szubin Adam, Excellent
      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
      Tillerson Rex, Outstanding, Week 17
      Trump Donald, Unsatisfactory -
      Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 288
      Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 86
      Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Walker Mark (Rep.), Excellent
      Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
      Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
      Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 31
      Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 6
      Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Woolsey James, Satisfactory
      Wray Chris, Satisfactory
      Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 23
      Yrizarry Lizette, Satisfactory
      Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 65


      CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 64
      FOX News, Satisfactory
      FOX Business, Excellent
      MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 64
      Newsmax, Excellent
      One America, Outstanding, Week 117
      Russia Today, Satisfactory


      Alexander, Cedric (CNN LE Advisor), Excellent
      Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Satisfactory
      Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 31
      Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 96
      Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 55
      Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 43
      Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 193
      Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
      Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 91
      Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 47
      Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 21
      Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 50
      Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 5
      Doocy Steve, (FOX) Excellent
      Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Excellent
      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 31
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 67
      Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 31
      Hannity Sean, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 32
      Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 35
      Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
      Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 69
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 74
      Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 14
      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 8
      Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 35
      Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
      King John, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 30
      Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Excellent +
      Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
      Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
      Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 88
      McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 43
      Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 33
      Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 17
      O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 79
      Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 78
      Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
      Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 51
      Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 77
      Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent
      Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 20
      Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 7
      Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 17
      Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 73
      Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 16
      Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 15
      Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 230
      Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
      Smith Sheppard (Fox) Satisfactory
      Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 25
      Townsend Fran, (CNN), Excellent
      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
      Van Susteren Greta, (MSNBC) Excellent
      Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 17
      Williams Brian, Excellent
      Williams Juan, (FOX) Satisfactory

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    True Detective #125:

      Question: If offered a promotion or some other goodie, should you accept an offer to serve in Afghanistan?

      Answer: No. And to do so would be foolish because today's Armed Forces, whom you must rely upon for overall protection and mission support, is poorly managed because the senior US military management is lead by two individuals whose combat orientation is intended to stabilize beaches (the Marines), not win wars (the Army). Both the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs and the SecDef are Marines by training and mentality.

      The USMC is the infantry dept of the US Navy. The USMC's historic mission and purpose has been to provide safe haven for US Navy vessels to land and operate. The USMC was never intended as a deep, in-country invasion force, nor an occupying force, nor a garrison force. Those long-term duties belong to the US Army.

      Additionally, the USMC is the smallest military branch, even smaller than the USCG when the USCG is transferred to the DOD during time of war. To permit the smallest and most limited operational service branch to govern its three, much larger operating units is totally senseless... and has never occurred when a former military veteran served as Commander in Chief.

      Lastly, being the smallest branch with the least operational responsibility, the USMC is also the most competitive... and jealous. Foolishly, the current CINC is considering allowing the USMC to insert 5,000 Marines into Afghanistan... a country that has twice asked two former presidents to remove the Marines from their soil due to fatally excessive force used by Marines on Afghan civilians. In other words, the stupid judgments made in the past are to be repeated under the current CINC.

      The USMC should be returned to the duty it was created for... supporting the Navy. In-country warfighting should be performed by the branch it was created for: The US Army. Leadership of the US military on the Joint Chiefs and the DOD should be held by the agency primarily responsible to winning a war... and should never, as it now, be held by the agency that jealously delegates itself as the primary operating branch in a war zone.

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      Folks, we have a President who creates FAKE NEWS by insinuating a lie, in a criminal investigation, and then says he was "amused" at the news media discussion about his false insinuation.

      Folks, we have a fake president who cannot be trusted with ANYTHING he says.

      Anyone in our military or in federal LE who trusts this FAKE PRESIDENT is a fool!!!

      Nothing on God's green Earth could justify a President of the US knowingly misleading the American people and the news media who reports to the American people.

      What lies or misleading crap will FAKE president Trump say next???

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      It goes without saying that Warmbier was a total moron for ripping down a propaganda poster while touring in North Korea. And it doubly goes without saying that Warmbier was a total moron for even visiting North Korea. But here in America we have no shortage of morons...

      Which begs the question... is our President any smarter?

      Now that Warmbier is dead due to his stupid act, how many PHd degrees in world politics does a president of the United States need to have before he figures out that he should issue an Executive Order banning ALL Americans -- and mostly the stupid one's -- from traveling to North Korea... that means banning ALL Americans... CIA will just have to use another means to get Western spies inside NK.

      Duuuuuh!!!

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      President Trump's approval rating continues to shrink. His wife, nor children, nor staffers, nor fellow Republicans have the brains to help him... in fact, they only contribute to his declining poll numbers.

      All President's do, however, enjoy favorable poll numbers when war or some other enemy/adversary assault occurs. Vladmir Putin may provide this by threatening war if SecDef Mattis continues to push the envelope in useless Syria where ISIS means nothing to the US... only ISIS in Iraq and Afghanistan (and here in the US) truly matters to us.

      But the bigger problem is that the major cable news stations and all the Nightly News channels, because they hate Trump, will only report fragments on possible war, while devoting most of their news day to personality issues involving Trump and Republicans.

      An earlier writer provided Trump a cure to the commercial news media that largely ignores stories and issues he could benefit from: creating a 24/7 White House News Station on cable. Most Americans would watch such a station to get unfiltered, high-quality reports directly from the President. He can then douche Twitter... even the name 'Twitter' sounds silly. Besides, President's aren't supposed to tweet like a parakeet, they are supposed to roar like a lion.

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      I ditto the 2nd Edition writer. Trump (and his wife) have proved themselves to be totally useless. Trump has only reversed what other presidents have created, but he's done nothing to create anything new himself... and he calls his Obama-reversals "successes" and "victories". How can one call something a success or a victory against a past opponent when that opponent has long since retired... Obama is out of office and therefore can't fight back.

      Trump can't even fix what other president's have created. Those of us (most now retired) who lived under presidents such as Ike, Kennedy, Nixon, and Johnson recall those presidents were great because they created things for all Americans. Even Obama, a totally sorry-a** president, has Obamacare he created. I fear the only thing Trump can do is fight with "tabloid" goofballs like the Khan family and that nutty broad who held up a severed head. An earlier writer is correct, we didn't elect a leader, we elected a self-serving Executive Order canceller who keeps running around in a circle as if trapped in a turnstile or a revolving door.

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      Someone wrote: "...we must agree that Mr. Trump has done nothing big yet."

      Trump is incapable of doing anything "big" because he has a small mind that zeroes in on small, petty tabloid crap. Something "big" Trump can and should do that will help ALL Americans is to lower prescription drug costs. But again, all we can expect from this president is silliness that comes straight off the silly cable news stations.

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      Our new president seems to be following Barack Obama's pattern of taking every weekend off.

      All in all we must agree that Mr. Trump has done nothing big yet. Yes, he's done a lot of things for small groups, but nothing for all Americans.

      Some are saying now that Mr. Trump's useless wife is in the WH he will get more done. Let's not hold our breath because the family does appear a bit dysfunctional. A man who's wife prioritizes her child over her husband is not a good thing. And the fact that Mrs. Trump obviously prefers to devote all of her time to her son and nothing, as previous First Ladies have, to others is not a good thing... for her husband or our country. Melania is not the ideal First Lady as Mr. Trump promised. She is a piece of furniture... and having a piece of furniture and not a wife does not help any husband be more productive.

      What America needs is the Wall. What ever happened to that???

      What we seem to have is a President who enjoys running in circles with the news media either in front or behind him. Did we elect a media turnstile or a president???

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      Rather than expose our troops to constant threat of green-on-blue murder by basing them in Afghanistan, we should base our troops in Somalia (on the East coast of Africa with ports for US Navy vessels), which is only 5 hours away flying time -- by slow plane. Either that or we should get the Afghan govt to declare a section of Afghanistan as permanent US territory that is insulated from attack to create a sizable US military city/base. Personally, I think Somalia would be the better option so that we can deeply Americanize two countries at peril from radicalism the same time.

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      During environmental and economic hard times in our country, America's 'guest workers' came from other states -- NOT from other countries. States NEED to get back to inviting workers from other states... so that American's get paid and so that our overall population numbers don't increase. 'Guesting' Americans instead of guesting foreigners eliminates foreign drug and criminal enterprises from invading, and keeps our future voter rolls purified with people who attended schools in our country and know American values and laws.

      Any effort by members of Congress to bring in cheap foreign workers to work here in our country should be strongly opposed. We already have enough workers here. And it makes more sense to move Americans from one state to another, as we have always done in the past, than to move people from another country to ours.

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      Back on Feb 24th someone published on The Watch: ... the WH will have to create its own public news TV station to disseminate the President's words and policies..." And "President Trump should create a broadcast and cable WHNA so that Americans and the world can be fully informed on what the US govt is thinking and doing... and not misinformed by prejudiced and partisan public news agencies whose fake news practices have the potential of creating serious and horrific problems by telling people things that are either not true or not complete."

      Now, more than ever, since the fake news stations are increasing their hopes for a very commercially profitable, major Constitutional event (an Impeachment trial) that could -- in these days of extreme violence -- lead to multi-state armed events, President Trump needs to create a White House News Agency that informs the public of what the President is saying and doing without a partisan filter either distorting his words or heavily opinionizing them. This news agency should be air and cable broadcast. It can operate only a few hours a day, at first, but there should be plenty of material to broadcast all day long.

      But even more important than keeping American citizens directly informed, a WH news agency will also be watched by leaders and people in other countries so that they, too, are not misinformed, lied to, or politically propagandized by our fake news companies who are not accurately reporting events but, in the mode of W.R. Hearst, trying to make events.

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      Alumna Omar, Unsatisfactory, Week 56
      Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 40
      Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 63
      Bannon Steve, Satisfactory
      Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 40
      Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 11
      Bersin Alan, Excellent -
      Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 191
      Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 27
      Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 149
      Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 44
      Brown Bill, Unsatisfactory, Week 44
      Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 9
      Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
      Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 35
      Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      Camarena Enrique Jr, Satisfactory
      Carson Ben, Excellent
      Carter Buddy (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Chaffetz, Jason, Excellent +
      Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 22
      Christi Chris (Gov NJ), Outstanding, Week 64
      Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
      Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 19
      Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 108
      Comey James, Outstanding, Week 16
      Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cooper Jim (Rep.), Excellent
      Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 71
      Cotton Tom, Outstanding, Week 2
      Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 26
      Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 102
      Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Satisfactory
      D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 91
      Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
      Daly Deirdre M (USA), Excellent
      Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 52
      DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 74
      DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
      DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 7
      Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 63
      Donahue Matt, Satisfactory
      Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
      Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 39
      Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 15
      Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 31
      Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
      Ferguson Michael, Excellent
      Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 24
      Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 47
      Flynn Michael, Gen., Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Franken Al Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 53
      Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 41
      Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 15
      Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 7
      Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 77
      Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Excellent
      Graham Lindsey Sen., Satisfactory
      Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 114
      Haley Nikki, Outstanding, Week 7
      Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 16
      Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 115
      Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 41
      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 46
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 70
      Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 95
      Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 95
      Jordan Jim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 17
      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 82
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 76
      Landgraff Heidi, Unsatisfactory -
      Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 41
      Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 78
      Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 45
      LePage Paul Gov., Excellent
      Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 97
      Los Angeles Office Office, Satisfactory -
      Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 79
      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
      Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 212
      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 210
      Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
      Maduro Nicolas, Excellent
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 65
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 19
      McCain John, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      McConnell Mitch, Satisfactory
      McMaster H.R., Outstanding +
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Satisfactory
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 37
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 10
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 45
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 49
      Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 123
      New York Office, Satisfactory
      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 14
      O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 104
      Olson Wendy USA, Excellent
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Parsons Charlie, Unsatisfactory, Week 271
      Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Pence Mike Gov., Excellent
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 88
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 10
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 509
      Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 11
      Priebus Reince, Excellent
      Putin Vladmir, Excellent
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Satisfactory
      Rawlings-Blake Stephanie (Baltimore Mayor), Unsatisfactory, Week 6
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 42
      Roach Barbara, Excellent
      Rosenberg, Chuck, Satisfactory
      Rosenstein, Rod (US Attorney), Satisfactory
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Satisfactory
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 11
      San Francisco Division, Satisfactory
      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 259
      Sein U Thein, Unsatisfactory, Week 208
      Sessions Jeff, Outstanding +
      Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 32
      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
      Sorianello Dante, Outstanding, Week 6
      Spicer Sean, Excellent
      St Louis Office, Satisfactory
      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 70
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 14
      Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 46
      Szubin Adam, Excellent
      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
      Tillerson Rex, Outstanding, Week 16
      Trump Donald, Satisfactory +
      Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 287
      Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 85
      Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Walker Mark (Rep.), Excellent
      Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
      Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
      Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 30
      Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Woolsey James, Satisfactory
      Wray Chris, Satisfactory
      Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 22
      Yrizarry Lizette, Satisfactory +
      Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 64


      CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 63
      FOX News, Satisfactory
      FOX Business, Excellent
      MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 63
      Newsmax, Excellent
      One America, Outstanding, Week 116
      Russia Today, Satisfactory


      Alexander, Cedric (CNN LE Advisor), Excellent
      Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Satisfactory +
      Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 30
      Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 95
      Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 54
      Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 42
      Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 192
      Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
      Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 90
      Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 46
      Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 20
      Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 49
      Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 4
      Doocy Steve, (FOX) Excellent
      Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Excellent +
      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 30
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 66
      Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 30
      Hannity Sean, (FOX) Unsatisfactory, Week 3
      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 31
      Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 34
      Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory
      Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 68
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 73
      Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 13
      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 7
      Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
      King John, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 29
      Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
      Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
      Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 87
      McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 42
      Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 32
      Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 16
      O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 78
      Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 77
      Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
      Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 50
      Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 76
      Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Excellent +
      Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 19
      Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 6
      Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 16
      Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 72
      Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 15
      Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 14
      Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 229
      Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
      Smith Sheppard (Fox) Satisfactory +
      Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 24
      Townsend Fran, (CNN), Excellent
      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
      Van Susteren Greta, (MSNBC) Excellent
      Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 16
      Williams Brian, Excellent
      Williams Juan, (FOX) Satisfactory

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    15 Jun 2017, 15:29 PST, 8th Edition

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      Someone suggested a few days ago: "...ask for a Special Counsel to investigate the Clinton server, Clinton Foundation, and..."

      The President has publicly made that request today. Thank you.

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    15 Jun 2017, 13:11 PST, 7th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Yet- Congress still wants to cut federal employees' benefits... the same federal employees who risk their lives protecting members of Congress."

      I can assure you that if one stinking dime is cut from federal employee benefits or services on the final passage of the Trump/Ryan budget, I don't care if Nancy Pelosi has a late-term abortion on the Capitol steps... or Vladmir Putin opens an office in the NYC Trump Tower... or black helicopters arrest and waterboard Sean Hannity simply for being a Conservative... I will NOT be voting for ANY Republican in 2018 or 2020!!!

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    15 Jun 2017, 12:53 PST, 6th Edition

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      It's truly amazing! 6,000 black people, most of them innocent bystanders, are shot and killed in Chicago and the Ryan Republicans do nothing to stop the murders... and to date Trump, who promised rescue, has done nothing.

      Thousands of American kids are killed in Afghanistan for nothing, yet Trump wants to send more into that meatgrinder... and his Republican budget-writers in the House instantly approve the money for Afghanistan.

      Paul Ryan resurrects his 2012 budget proposals that he and Mitt Romney want enacted that will also cut LE personnel benefits and his GOP pals in the House say "Go for it!"

      But now that two of Ryan's pals get shot, and a dozen more are saved by two black Capitol Police Officer's who look no different that the thousands of black kids murdered in Chicago (Yes, we really do have some good and decent black Americans in our country), the GOP is ready to beg, borrow or steal millions of dollars to fund their (and their family's) personal protection.

      Only in America!!!

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    15 Jun 2017, 11:54 PST, 5th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Yet- Congress still wants to cut federal employees' benefits... the same federal employees who risk their lives protecting members of Congress."

      We can count on President Trump immediately and spectacularly signing any new legislation that provides personal security to members of Congress because he knows that by doing so he will get votes from appreciative members for his legislative agenda. The BIG question is, as the 2nd Ed writer points out... will Trump demand that Paul Ryan's proposed cuts in LE personnel benefits also be eradicated?!?

      If these Ryan-led cuts in LE personnel benefits remain in the budget then every one of us who carries a federal badge should be righteously pi**ed off to the maximum extreme!!!

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    15 Jun 2017, 11:54 PST, 5th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Yet- Congress still wants to cut federal employees' benefits... the same federal employees who risk their lives protecting members of Congress."

      I heard that SecVA Shill-kin is talking about retracting the cuts he has proposed for essential veterans programs he wanted to eliminate. Now that the lives of those at the park here in DC were saved by LE yesterday we might be seeing the cuts planned for LE budgets to be retracted.

      As for "off-budget" funding for Congressional protection, there is talk that some or all of that money will not come from a budget outlay but instead come from money that is being collected from asset forfeitures... i.e., 'found money' that the Treasury gets but does not count on. If this happens it will mean that a lot of the money we here in DEA grab from suspects/convicts will go to protect members of Congress and their families. We can recall how a certain former DEA Administrator found money to use our agents to not only protect her kids but pick them up from school and babysit them as well. I'm talking about the same former Administrator who used a caravan and sirens to protect and rush her through traffic to take her to lunch... it is all recorded in the online DEA Watch archives.

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    15 Jun 2017, 11:19 PST, 4th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Yet- Congress still wants to cut federal employees' benefits... the same federal employees who risk their lives protecting members of Congress."

      Look for all of the federal retired LE assns to support creating funding for Congressional protection because it will be these assns from where the private security personnel will come from. That is, more jobs for federal LE retirees. This would be an even bigger program if Congress also allows for personal protection of congressional family members in the same way the President's immediate family members are protected by SS.

      Will the American public stand for this? Yes. They will stand for it because Congress can raise its own pay when it wants to... yet, Americans continue to re-elect those who vote yes for their own pay raises.

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    15 Jun 2017, 10:27 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Yet- Congress still wants to cut federal employees' benefits... the same federal employees who risk their lives protecting members of Congress."

      Word on the street is saying two members of the House are looking at "off budget" ways to fund "increased security for all members of Congress" when they are present in public gatherings. What form this "off-budget" funding will take is yet unknown. However, what is known is that Ryan would have a hard time putting additional money into the budget for his fellow members' personal protection because that would mean cutting some Americans off of other existing programs. But, needless to say, what it all boils down to is giving more money to serve members of Congress and not giving money to provide American citizens the same service. Wrong!

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    15 Jun 2017, 10:06 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Someone wrote: " Now these (members of Congress) know what a lot of Americans go through every day. Will that realization show up in legislation? Hell no! What will show up in legislation is more money for their protection."

      Yet- Congress still wants to cut federal employees' benefits... the same federal employees who risk their lives protecting members of Congress.

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    14 Jun 2017, 12:37 PST, 5th Edition

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      Because the US cable stations are watched all over the world it was a wise decision for SecState Tillerson to ask that minimal global broadcast time be given to the London fire yesterday. Regardless the cause of the fire, its rapid spread to so many floors at once provided a training video for international terrorists to want to replicate. Too many high-rise buildings in this country are extremely vulnerable. We need to work on high-rise defense from fire and stop believing that aircraft attack is the only or most likely threat.

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    14 Jun 2017, 12:10 PST, 4th Edition

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      It is truly wacky listening to each one of the Congressmen hold PC's to talk about their experience this morning. WOW!!! What punks and p**sies!

      Those of us in DEA who get out of our a/c offices and work the street like we all should be doing have to deal with being shot at every day. And the military kids who enlist and go to war run the risk of being killed every day. And the innocent kids on Chicago's and other streets risk being shot every day. Yet these sorry a**, gutless coward, budget-cutting, military-dodging Congresswussies talk like they are special. Gimme a break!!!

      Now these twerps and sissies know what a lot of Americans go through every day. Will that realization show up in legislation? Hell no! What will show up in legislation is more money for their protection.

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    14 Jun 2017, 10:09 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Attacks on members of Congress will no doubt continue as the Romney-Ryan budget is made slightly less harsh in the Senate but returns to the House to be reinforced with severe cuts to needed social programs."

      Americans rejected Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan solely because they feared economic hardships that would be caused by a 'trickle-up' budget pushed by the two. Trump publicly praised Ryan's budget that passed the GOP-led House, but according to informed sources in the Senate he privately attacked Ryan's budget as being "mean", meaning, mean-spirited.

      Let us hope that Trump will now publicly call for no severe cuts when the Senate debates the Ryan bill, and also uses the time to either persuade "stingy" Republicans in the House to see reason, or have them politically eliminated before they get the budget bill back from the Senate to oppose it... and this goes for health care, too!

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    14 Jun 2017, 09:41 PST, 2nd Edition

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      There is never enough money to protect the wealthy... almost every member of Congress is a millionaire. Added to that, almost all of the legislation so far signed to date by Trump benefits the wealthy and not the middle class or poor. Attacks on members of Congress will no doubt continue as the Romney-Ryan budget is made slightly less harsh in the Senate but returns to the House to be reinforced with severe cuts to needed social programs. Perhaps every Republican in Congress should read up on the French and Russian revolutions... two major instances in which the wealthy paid a fatal price for their stingy arrogance. And in those two cases there was no amount of LE (or military) protection that could be bought to save one from a firing squad or being guillotined. Today we had a warning sign from the public... from which there will only be feigned grieving for politeness sake, but in reality cheering.

      This is reality folks... harsh but real.

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    14 Jun 2017, 09:17 PST, 1st Edition

    "The shooting this morning":
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      Several days ago someone wrote: "When will Republicans learn that they cannot lie to and deceive the American public! Expect the Democrats to re-take the WH in 2020... and probably re-take the House and Senate in 2018."

      The Republican budget takes money away from veteran's services and from people who are unable to work. We will have to see if Republicans instantly find money to provide themselves personal protection from terrorists and nuts on the street... when the public has none.

      Americans know all too well that when someone in LE is harmed the entire police dept turns out to find the perp... using the justification that "when a cop is attacked the system of LE requires a maximum effort", but when a non-LE citizen is attacked too often little or late effort by LE is expended.

      We shall have to see if the House now votes to award themselves more money... and from which middle-class or poor program they will take it from...

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      Someone wrote: "...rest assured that Mr. Sessions will bow out of Main Justice to assume another Admin job..."

      Agreed. Reince should move over to a newly created job that coordinates all WH-desired legislation processing through the House and Senate, then coordinate the 2018 GOP congressional elections, and then run the 2020 presidential campaign. And Session's should become the Chief of Staff... ASAP. Rudy would be a perfect fighting soldier as Atty Genl.

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      Should our country suffer another terrorist attack on a major operating center, as was the Twin Towers, rest assured that Mr. Sessions will bow out of Main Justice to assume another Admin job, or retire, and Mr. Guiliani will be appointed Attorney General... and woe betide the judge who dares to make it easy for terrorists to enter the US.

      Allowing himself to be overly pre-occupied with personnel changes, Mr. Sessions has failed to speak loudly for the President's travel embargo, persecuting illegal drugs in their growth countries, and energetically advocating the use of any and all technology (and permission to use them) to seek out terror cells within our borders.

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      Hopefully, SecDef Mattis will allow the military to return to "Don't Ask, Don't Tell". The homosexualization and effeminization of the US military has severely harmed our war-winning capability. Sex and war do not mix.

      Hopefully, AttyGenl Sessions will return FBI, DEA and other agencies back to our former zero-drug use status that will not permit the hiring of employees who funded drug cartel, organized crime and terrorist groups with their illegal drug buys. Drug use, even former, and LE do not mix.

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    True Detective #124:

      Question: How can President Trump reduce public attention to Robert Mueller's 'Russian' investigation?

      Answer: Elementary. Use the next speech or appearance by Hilary Clinton complaining about reasons why she lost the election that do not involve Russia, to ask for a Special Counsel to investigate the Clinton server, Clinton Foundation, and actions taken by members of the DNC (who were stated Clinton supporters) to eliminate the candidacies of James Webb and Bernie Sanders. Sanders had no hope of winning, but had Webb survived Clinton's DNC female saboteurs he would be the President today.

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      Cities that are considering allowing marijuana to be smoked in public should be made liable to lawsuit by the victims of criminals who will claim their illegal act was caused by breathing marijuana smoke in a public place.

      Marijuana is not the same as alcohol which is ingested only by the user. Marijuana smoke is ingested by everyone in breathing distance. The owner of a public place that allows marijuana to be openly smoked, and the city that permits it, should both have to pay monetary compensation to the victims of any acts committed by a marijuana ingester... just as those who serve alcohol to an already drunk patron are held liable.

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      A magazine titled "Motherboard" came out with a report of our agency's history in Afghanistan since the late 1970's. It is not a bad article, but also it also not a very good article... in terms of content. What the article does achieve is its public distribution. Actually, however, the American public can not only get the content written in the article from the public archives of DEA Watch, but a whole lot more information.

      Principally what the article totally misses, simply because it relied on DEA foxes guarding the hen house in Afghanistan as its primary witness sources, is the fact that nothing after our invasion in 2001 was either useful or contributory to ending opium growth in Afghanistan simply because White House policy in eight years of the Bush Administration, followed by eight years of the Obama Administration flat-out prohibited the destruction of poppy fields... leaving only our agency to do what we do here in the US: try to arrest the end-product sellers... which we consistently fail to do.

      As it has been written countless times in The Watch, and preserved in The Watch's online archives, is the fact that both Bush and Obama, and now Trump, have ordered that when US troops encounter opium growth during their patrols or missions, they are ordered never to harm a single leaf or bud on any poppy plant. US troops are ordered to gingerly walk around poppy fields and ignore them.

      Needless to say, if our past illegal drug using Presidents, Bush and Obama, had allowed our troops to destroy plants there would be no international heroin or opium problem. But because billions of Afghan poppy dollars go to filling the pockets of private indivs, corporations and governments, the growth continues to grow.

      The Motherboard article succeeds in providing some of the who, what, when and where, but fails to answer the how and why. Those answers, and more, are provided in the DEA Watch archives since 2001. (DEA Watch went online in 1996).

      Also most illuminating in the Motherboard article is lack of any mention what our current president plans to do, if anything, about his predecessors complete and total aid and abetting of Afghan opium growth.

      And most disturbing in the Motherboard article is that there is no information on the murders of three of our agents who planned to come home and expose high level corruption in our government (just as S/A Tim Markey was murdered for exposing corruption in Venezuela) that allowed opium growth under Obama to skyrocket... rendering our country swamped in illegal use today.

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      Dear Phill:

      You and I are only a few years apart but we both enlisted in the Army and we both served full tours in 'Nam... coming home to work in our respect LE/Intel fields. I have a question for you about the new Vietnam TV series by Ken Burns to be aired this Fall. Have you seen any of the previews? If so, what do you think about the series?

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    Hi (D/W redacted). No, I have not seen any previews of the Series, and don't plan to accept the invitation I recently received to see a preview of it at UCLA. For me the nagging question is about the author, Ken Burns. He became Draft-eligible in 1971, which provided him up to four years to serve in Vietnam before the war ended. There is no record that he served in the military, or how he came by not serving. I think I will not see the Series when it airs this Fall, but wait to read what others think about it. Although I fully agree that non-Vietnam and non-military Americans have contributed more toward preserving the history of the Vietnam War than have Vietnam vets, I still have reservations about writers and others who produce histories of our war but didn't serve in 'Nam though they could have.

    But although I cannot testify truthfully that those who served in 'Nam make better historians of the war, I do believe that those who didn't serve in 'Nam too often portray the war from a perspective that too much lacks a personal, in-country knowledge of it... and what viewers or readers get is a an incomplete picture that lacks the personal touch of an eyes-on experienced yet wholly objective, pros and con presentation.

    Burns did a superb job on the Civil War, baseball, etc, though never living those histories himself as a participant because they happened before his time. But he was, however, very much alive during the Vietnam War to have been an active participant. At this time I don't know why he wasn't in uniform via the Draft, nor why he didn't go to Vietnam simply by enlisting to go there as you and I did.

    Still, as Abraham Lincoln said, it is usually the victor, or the skillful survivor, who writes the history of a war...

    But I would encourage others to watch the Series and learn what they can of America's longest war, 1953-1975, because just as it was said during the Vietnam War that "Vietnam is the only war we've got", Ken Burns' visual Vietnam War history is the only one of its kind and depth we've got.

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      I firmly believe that after all of this is over Mr. James Comey will be re-appointed Director of our agency, if not the US Attorney General, by a future president.

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    11 Jun 2017, 06:22 PST, 1st Edition

    Report From the Tunnel:

      My pal Mike informed me today about a conversation he heard between two individuals, one a staffer for a US Senator and the other a staff person working for a US Representative. Mike says the conversation centered on the current Secy of Transportation who is said to be increasingly involved in President Trump's inner circle of policy makers on subjects that have little or nothing to do with her primary job.

      One of the persons in the conversation stated that the SecTrans obtained her job as a deal cut between President-Elect Trump (after the election but before 01/20/2017) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who is the Sec Trans' husband. The deal reportedly gave Chao the job in exchange for McConnell delaying Hearings on the confirmation of certain selectees, and most specifically the selection of the Deputy Attorney General. According to one of the persons in the conversation, P/E Trump wanted enough time to 1) ensure that he could personally contact various individuals (both current and future) who's jobs were directly responsible to the DAG to secure their diehard loyalty to him (Trump) before a new DAG was selected, and 2) ensure that the new DAG who would be given the job would also be strictly loyal to him (Trump) on any personnel decisions he (Trump) wanted to make in DOJ. This person said that Mitch McConnell agreed to "hold up" hearings on the DAG and judges if Trump gave his wife a cabinet job in his Administration, to which Trump agreed, according to this person.

      More later as Mike reports it.

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    10 Jun 2017, 10:42 PST, 2nd Edition

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      President Trump is now appearing to be more of a very serious liability to world peace than was oppositely hoped for upon his election. It appears that the new president has drastically failed to compile a personal team capable of helping him carry out his agenda, let alone keep the WH off the front burner day in and day out. The Kremlin had high hopes for Trump uniting with Russia as the two greatest world powers working together to divide the world not just peacefully but in a lasting partnership of amicable gives-and-takes that would jointly suppress radicalism and extinguish things like illegal drugs and organized crime that painfully corrupts the masses to move in and out of revolution-minded mood swings.

      My strongest advice to our new president would be never to eat or drink anything while outside our country that wasn't brought with him on AF1... because the Russians are very far in advance of us in the use of poisons... having eliminated more than one of their own dictators during troubled times. Those in the know will recall one of the first tests of foreign-born subjects (outside of Kremlin medical control) that was made on a female newsreporter some years back. Her name is Jill Dougherty. She fulfilled all of the necessary requirements for subjecting an individual with public visibility to the test. She was exposed to a very mild amount of recoverable radiation as a guinea pig to simply test dosages, as it was already known that a certain amount would kill but it was not known how much of the substance was needed to make the subject ill. Additionally, she fulfilled the requirement of being able to receive expertly administered treatment. Dougherty survived the exposure and is back at work (for CNN) but others who were administered slightly higher doses are dead for the purpose of gradually incapacitating them before death... among those Hugo Chavez, Fidel Castro, Yassir Arafat, etc.

      Eliminating leaders is necessary to advance global stability. The deaths of each of the above, and countless lesser individuals, has provided a pressure cooker type steam release. President Trump is currently causing serious problems. Some may think he should become a candidate for office-vacating if he doesn't stop making troublesome waves that could evolve into a very bad problem for the 7 billion other residents of our planet. He was allowed to win the election to help, not hinder or hurt.

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      Kudos to President Trump for calling upon Qatar to end its state funding of groups designated by the UN as terrorist. However, all this means is that terrorists will now expand and enhance their funding ops through illegal drug sales, and forging alliances with existing and new criminal cartels that grow and distribute illegal drugs. Of course, the largest global consumer of illegal drugs is the American public... a condition made worse as elected officials (who are themselves drug users) increase efforts to legalize drugs that have been proven to be either addictive or complimentary to criminal activities.

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    True Detective #123:

      Question: Is it a "leak" when you give information, that might be important to an investigation, to a news agency?

      Answer: Yes... Legally it is a "leak" if you are employed by the govt. No... Legally and technically it is a "release" if you are a private citizen. An investigator has a legal right to information related to an investigation, but an investigator does not have either an exclusive right or a right to obtain that information first (before others get it).

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