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26 May 2017, 14:13 PST, 3rd Edition

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    Everyone here is walking on pins and needles, feaful about whose head will be chopped off when The First Man returns angry as Hell that the news media ran without any pushback from the stay-behinds at the WH while he was gone.

    The prevailing hope is that something really big will happen that will change the subject so dramatically that The First Man won't have to storm into the media and say something that only starts another firestorm.

    One guy here I talked to today listed six things that would change the subject off The First Man and get the entire country to unite behind him in a crusade of sorts. Things he listed were, 1) North Korea sends a missile into another country. 2) Barack Obama (or someone equally important to the other side) is assassinated. 3) Terrorists shut down the electricity or water supply of a large region. 4) A large food source is found to be deliberately infected with an illness or death causing pathogen. 5) Mexico or Canada decide to become close allies with Russia. Or 6) Aliens from outer space land.

    Any of the above are hoped for to change the national mood to root for their president to kick a**.

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26 May 2017, 10:21 PST, 2nd Edition

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    Chuck said: "Marijuana is not medicine". Chuck is correct... but just having Chuck say it is not enough. EVERY elected federal official should say it.

    President Trump should begin a new 'Just Say No' campaign by tweeting Chuck's words. The new ONDCP director should lead off every public speech by repeating Chuck's words. Free lapel buttons should be printed with Chuck's words... and now that Trump is president he should switch his baseball caps from "America First" to "Marijuana is not medicine".

    Our country MUST stamp out the myth that marijuana heals... and we must stamp out marijuana importation and domestic growth to prevent its 'entry level' use from encouraging harsher addictive drug use.

    Chuck is onto something big... but will he push it or will he go back to his office to take another nap...

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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 53
    Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 37
    Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 60
    Bannon Steve, Satisfactory
    Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 33
    Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 36
    Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 26
    Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 8
    Bersin Alan, Excellent
    Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 188
    Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 24
    Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 146
    Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 42
    Brown Bill, Unsatisfactory, Week 41
    Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 6
    Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
    Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 32
    Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 49
    Camarena Enrique Jr, Satisfactory
    Carson Ben, Excellent -
    Carter Buddy (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Chaffetz, Jason, Satisfactory
    Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 19
    Christi Chris (Gov NJ), Outstanding, Week 61
    Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
    Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 16
    Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 105
    Comey James, Outstanding, Week 13
    Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Cooper Jim (Rep.), Excellent
    Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 68
    Cotton Tom, Excellent
    Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 23
    Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 99
    Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Satisfactory +
    D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 88
    Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
    Daly Deirdre M (USA), Excellent
    Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 49
    DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 71
    DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
    DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 4
    Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 60
    Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
    Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 36
    Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 12
    Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
    Feinstein Dianne Sen. Satisfactory
    Ferguson Michael, Excellent
    Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 21
    Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 44
    Flynn Michael, Gen., Satisfactory
    Franken Al Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 50
    Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 38
    Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 12
    Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 4
    Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 74
    Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Excellent +
    Graham Lindsey Sen., Satisfactory
    Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 111
    Haley Nikki, Outstanding, Week 4
    Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 13
    Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 112
    Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 38
    Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 43
    Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 67
    Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 92
    Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 92
    Jordan Jim (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 14
    Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
    King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 79
    Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 73
    Landgraff Heidi, Satisfactory
    Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 38
    Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 75
    Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 42
    LePage Paul Gov., Excellent
    Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 94
    Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent
    Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 765
    Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
    Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 209
    Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 207
    Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
    Maduro Nicolas, Excellent
    Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 62
    Marino Tom, Satisfactory
    Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
    Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 16
    McCain John, Unsatisfactory
    McConnell Mitch, Satisfactory
    McMaster H.R., Excellent
    Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Miami Office, Satisfactory
    Mica John, Satisfactory
    Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 34
    Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 7
    Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 42
    Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 46
    Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 120
    New York Office, Satisfactory
    Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 11
    O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 101
    Olson Wendy USA, Excellent
    Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Parsons Charlie, Unsatisfactory, Week 268
    Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Pence Mike Gov., Excellent +
    Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 85
    Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 7
    Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 47
    Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 8
    Priebus Reince, Excellent
    Putin Vladmir, Excellent
    Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Satisfactory
    Rawlings-Blake Stephanie (Baltimore Mayor), Unsatisfactory, Week 3
    Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 39
    Rosenberg, Chuck, Satisfactory
    Rosenstein, Rod (US Attorney), Excellent
    Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Satisfactory
    Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 8
    San Francisco Division, Satisfactory
    Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 256
    Sein U Thein, Unsatisfactory, Week 205
    Sessions Jeff, Excellent +
    Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 29
    Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
    Sorianello Dante, Outstanding , Week 3
    Spicer Sean, Excellent
    St Louis Office, Satisfactory
    Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 67
    Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 11
    Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 43
    Szubin Adam, Excellent
    Taubira Christiane, Excellent
    Tillerson Rex, Outstanding, Week 13
    Trump Donald, Unsatisfactory -
    Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 284
    Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 82
    Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
    Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
    Walker Mark (Rep.), Excellent
    Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
    Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
    Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 27
    Williams Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
    Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 25
    Woolsey James, Unsatisfactory -
    Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 19
    Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
    Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 61


    2-Corke O 2-Cuomo O CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 60
    FOX News, Unsatisfactory -
    FOX Business, Excellent
    MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 60
    Newsmax, Excellent
    One America, Outstanding, Week 113
    Russia Today, Satisfactory


    Alexander, Cedric (CNN LE Advisor), Excellent
    Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 27
    Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 92
    Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 51
    Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Satisfactory +
    Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 39
    Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 189
    Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
    Cooper Anderson (CNN) Satisfactory
    Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 87
    Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 43
    Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 17
    Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 46
    Doocy Peter, (FOX) Outstanding
    Doocy Steve, (FOX) Excellent
    Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Excellent
    Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 27
    Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 63
    Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 27
    Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
    Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 27
    Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 31
    Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Satisfactory +
    Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
    Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 65
    Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 70
    Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 10
    Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 4
    Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 31
    Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
    King John, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 26
    Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Satisfactory
    Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
    Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
    Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 84
    McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 39
    Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 13
    O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 75
    Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 74
    Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
    Perry Melissa (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 162
    Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 47
    Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 73
    Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Satisfactory
    Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 16
    Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 3
    Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 13
    Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 69
    Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 12
    Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 11
    Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 226
    Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
    Smith Sheppard (Fox) Unsatisfactory, Week 29
    Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 21
    Townsend Fran, (CNN), Excellent
    Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
    Van Susteren Greta, (MSNBC) Excellent
    Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 13
    Williams Juan, (FOX) Satisfactory

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    25 May 2017, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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    24 May 2017, 15:03 PST, 4th Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Everyone agrees that based solely on Trump talking, with no additional material or LE impediments at play, people traffic across our Southern border is down slightly over 60%. That's pretty damn good for just having one guy speak words about stopping illegal immigration."

      That was then. This is now.

      Trump talk is fading because no work on the wall has begun. Yes, it's true that Mexican traffickers panicked and sharply reduced transporting low wage workers across our border, but now we are seeing body traffic pick up again. It appears Trumps talk has very little bite.

      Driving the increasing illegal immigration are American contract companies who hire low wage workers to staff 'outside' jobs. I have a friend who lives in a federal housing project. A tree cutting company was hired to trim trees. All of the tree cutters were Spanish-speaking Hispanics. Not a single white, black or Asian was part of the crew. Not long after, cable was installed in the project. Again, the company that installed the cable used Spanish-speaking Hispanics. And again, not a single white, black or Asian worked on that crew either.

      It is obvious that large American corporations are using Hispanic immigrants to perform non-customer contact work (in the 'shadows'), but employing Hispanic-Americans (native born) to interface with customers (in the 'daylight'). Which means, of course, that as long as Trump allows big companies to hire illegals or green carders, native born Americans will not get those jobs.

      It goes without saying that it won't take long for Mexican and So'American drug cartels to start using Hispanics as their drug mules who are helped into our country by corporations now that the smaller companies who hire illegals to do wash their dishes and clean their floors have, so far, slowed down or stopped their efforts to get across the border due to the wall talk. (Historically, it's been the illegal dishwashers and maids who served as drug mules in order to help pay their coyote for help getting across the border.)

      And if the federal govt is using contractors who predominantly employee non-citizens to do outside, heavy labor jobs that don't interface directly with the public, then every private corporation will continue to do so... just as a lot of us have noticed that most of the crews who repair our roads are usually non-citizen Hispanics whose primary language is Spanish.

      But all that may change if the Mexicans start to offer job-prep training to its citizens like the Indians, South Koreans and, Chinese do... teaching their people coming to our country to be fully capable of holding office, retail and customer service jobs... displacing more and more native Americans each year.... and driving hard-pressed Americans to sell (and use) illegal drugs to make ends meet.

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    24 May 2017, 12:41 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Many thanks to The Watch for publishing the discussion on Lieberman, who is reportedly no longer being considered as our next Director. I cannot tell you just how many of us opposed Lieberman's selection based on all the things said about him on The Watch.

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    24 May 2017, 11:07 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Trump is proving himself to be a total flake and a flagrant liar. Beware and do not trust him."

      News came out today that Trump's new Ryan Budget proposes cutting VA benefits to some vets. Wow!!! He promised a zillion times during the campaign to increase benefits, not cut them... and he never said that he would cut any benefits to increase others. This man is going downhill fast. He is now a one-term president who is throwing away a great victory because he is a liar. This man is worse than "Read My Lips" Daddy Bush who threw away his chance at re-election for breaking a campaign pledge. 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. Donald Trump... oh what a fool you are to have allowed the losers Romney and Ryan to run the country's budget???

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    23 May 2017, 12:07 PST, 2nd Edition

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      We all ask the question: Why would a terrorist kill kids? For that answer we all have to sorrowfully regret that we Americans drew first blood.

      One Baghdad evening in 2003 President George W. Bush sent a cruise missile to obliterate a family restaurant where Bush (erroneously) believed Saddam was having dinner. The restaurant sat in the middle of a residential neighborhood. Collateral damage was ignored by Bush who stated that Baghdadians who allowed "the man who tried to kill my Daddy" deserves anything their leader gets. One story that made worldwide headlines after the attack was that of a teenager who was severely burned over most of her body when the cruise missile explosion two buildings away from her home ignited the oil lamp next to her bed, spraying incineratingly hot burning oil all over her.

      Then there are the many, many stories of American troops kicking in the security doors of Sunni families during the invasion of Iraq in search of Baath Party officials. With their security doors demolished Sunni families suffered horribly from attacks by their Shia neighbors who invaded their homes, killing, raping, torturing and stealing everything in sight because the Sunni families no longer had doors or windows to keep the Shia out.

      We need to keep in mind that the young men and women who are operating as terrorists today were young children in 2003. They have terrible memories of families torn apart, if not killed and family belongings stolen. We need to keep in mind that the cruise missile and drone killings ordered by the next president, Barack Obama, also ignored collateral damage and killed whole families in order to kill the lone family member who was designated an anti-terrorist target.

      Our country, and Britain, killed kids. We need to prepare for the worst. What happens in Britain will happen to their partner... us.

      The only way to stop terrorists from killing non-combatants is for our country to stop first. If we can't kill a terrorist we've targeted because he is surrounded by his family or neighbors we need to wait until we can target him either alone or with his confederates.

      Needless to say, our ally, Israel, whose entire military is all but totally funded by the United States, has an open policy of killing Muslims of all ages, or punitively demolishing the homes and rendering destitute the family members of designated terrorists.

      Only in the earliest days of human societies were innocent family members and neighbors punished for the deeds of someone labeled an enemy. Judaism, like Islam, remains two very non-evolving sects that continue to practice eye-for-an-eye 'justice' on suspected perps... and innocents who know or live near the perps. American and Christian 'justice' is wrong to adopt the practices of backward sects who refuse to evolve and continue to live in the distant past.

      We Americans need to prohibit the killing of any innocent... and simply do a better job of eradicating true enemies with zero collateral damage.

      The buck stops here in America... because it is hypocritical for us to become outraged at something terrible that someone does to us (or one of our Allies) when we have done (and are doing) similar to others.

      We Americans are supposed to get it right... always.

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    23 May 2017, 10:00 PST, 1st Edition

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    22 May 2017, 10:19 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Since Trump's election we have seen some very troubling problems. One, he told subordinates to their face that their jobs were solid, then stabbed them in the back by firing them... in some cases with extreme rudeness.

      Trump also promised low and middle-income voters who supported him that he would not touch Medicare. Now we see in his budget that he is proposing the same deep cuts that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan said they would do if they were elected. Romney and Ryan were soundly defeated because they favored the rich over the worker. We who work for DEA will have a decent pension but our spouses, kids, cousins and in-laws may suffer medical problems that require assistance from Medicaid. Trump wants to shift expenses to people who may not be able to afford them... which means their deaths after a period of suffering and deprivation. Very wrong when Trump is providing the wealthy with more wealth.

      Trump is proving himself to be a total flake and a flagrant liar. Beware and do not trust him. The next promise he may break is his support of LE. I fear Trump will have to be neutralized... starting with removing the Republican majority in the House in 2018. If that does not send a signal to Trump that we deplore liars and backstabbers then we will have to change the majority in the Senate and the Party who holds the WH in 2020.

      My next Job Performance vote this week will be Unsatisfactory for Trump.

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    20 May 2017, 12:47 PST, 2nd Edition

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      New criminal patterns appear to be developing due to activity by HSA and ICE to apprehend the "very bad dudes" President Trump is committed to eradicating from our inner city streets...

      We are noticing that due to a rise in ICE/HSA activity to ferret out illegal aliens who commit crimes in poor communities where they generally lurk, habitual criminals are now frequenting higher income neighborhoods for new prey in order to avoid contact with ICE and HSA agents. PD's in higher income neighborhoods that have in the past only dealt with a few "strays" coming out of poor neighborhoods now find themselves swamped in all levels of new crimes.

      The other reason for criminals in poor communities branching out into higher income areas is due to casual drug users from higher income neighborhoods cutting down or stopping their past pattern of driving "across the tracks" to buy drugs because they fear being caught up in a net thrown by ICE agents or local PD who are on the quest for illegal aliens. The drug dealers who have been selling to residents of higher income neighborhoods are now delivering their drugs to their higher-income customers... and bringing with them the attendant criminal activity that is associated with drug dealing.

      Local PD's must greatly increase their street patrols. DEA agents who like being office-bound must get out of their offices and cruise the streets... for at least a few hours every day.

      Many in today's DEA probably don't know that when DEA began agents were almost never in the office... we spent 95% of our day on the street and only came into the office to do paperwork. Today the job is more (mostly stupid) paperwork than casework and arrests.

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    20 May 2017, 05:29 PST, 1st Edition

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      Someone wrote:"Today Trump leaves for a visit to Saudi Arabia where he will cut a multi-billion arms sale agreement... but what the American public will get out of this is the usual increased Saudi oil prices to pay for the deal."

      The Sunni Saudi's need this arms deal because they are preparing for inevitable war with Shia Iran. Rouhani's election victory makes it clear that Iran's past will be Iran's future... which ain't good news for Saudi Arabia which will no longer have Iraq as a buffer between it and Iran.

      The Saudi's screwed up royally when they allowed US and UK oil companies to convince them that removing Saddam would bring about a new Sunni regime in Iraq that would be as oil greedy as themselves. The Saudis bought into the US/UK led invasion in 2003 because they feared Saddam would sell oil at $20.00 a barrel once the UN sanctions were lifted, forcing the Saudi's to become more democratic as their population demanded changes that a poorer Royal family could not afford to suppress. The Saudi's were dead wrong. They couldn't believe that George W. Bush was such a total moron that his stupidity would not only let Iranian Shia's take over Iraq but invite Iranian Shia's into Iraq to help them.

      Now Saudi Arabia must convert into a total military-industrial complex... and hope that its inevitable war with Iran will a) bring about total removal of Iranian influence in Iraq; b) restoration of Sunni rule of Iraq, and c) bring about a baby-Opec between SA and Iraq regulating non-competitive oil sales... in other words, a joint cartel squeezing American drivers for every dime in our pockets for gasoline.

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    19 May 2017, 12:19 PST, 4th Edition

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      A serious problem that our new AttyGenl has not dealt with is gender discrimination in LE. Females in LE are allow to frisk male suspects and arrestees but males are not permitted to frisk females. Very wrong and very discriminatory. Once upon a time no gender could frisk an opposite gender. Perhaps that was the right policy.

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      Trump's successes to date have shown little to no evidence among the average citizen. Today Trump leaves for a visit to Saudi Arabia where he will cut a multi-billion arms sale agreement... but what the American public will get out of this is the usual increased Saudi oil prices to pay for the deal. All profits will not go to more US jobs manufacturing those weapons the Saudi's will buy because some of the manufacturing will go to Canada and some to Israel. The real profits will go to senior management bonuses of the arms companies.

      Trump has done only one thing good... he has increased the number of gang and violent illegal immigrant arrests... but not nearly enough. To date we've been told the number of arrests have increased but the requisite evidence showing fewer robberies, home invasions, burglaries, rapes, etc, is not showing. All that is happening is that street criminals are shifting from the usual hunting grounds: poor minority neighborhoods... to Middle Class white neighborhoods. Not any success there.

      As far as illegal drugs are concerned... we are seeing no increase on street prices, which indicates reduced supply due to either dealers being taken out or supply being apprehended. Also, we are not seeing any increases in emergency room and doctor visits by patients experiences various physical or psychological symptoms of illegal drug withdrawal... indicating they can't get the junk they were accustomed to. No success by Trump on that either.

      So today's trip to the Middle East by Trump is solely for weapons manufacturers, oil companies... and fly-by-night security firms owned by former Army sergeants and Navy SEALS hoping to catch a few low-rate ISIS wannabes.

      We must, therefore, rate Trump's successes to date as none to extremely invisible.

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      The 1st Ed. reporter could not be more accurate. While in the Senate Lieberman, teamed up with fellow "Israelophiles" McCain and Graham, were repeatedly advocating more and more LE and intell "cooperation" with Israel, while at the same time advocating for increased military on-the-ground with -- and supply to -- Israel. Had Bush or Obama listened to those three we would be involved in decimating every Islamic country in the Middle East. You can predict on your watch just how soon Lieberman will be manufacturing evidence of Iran building nuclear weapons on the day Lieberman takes over FBI. He thinks the US should be the "Arsenal of Israel" and that American kids should fight and die for Israel.

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      Big danger with Lieberman. He has been a career Israeliphile. Danger is Lieberman will funnel intel to Mossad. Danger is Lieberman will establish larger FBI office in Israel to "assist" in terrorist attacks there... as a cover to provide Israel directly with intell. FBI office in Israel will be a one-way road... everything going to Israel but nothing coming back. Last thing we need is FBI working with Israel to further harass Palestinians. Israeliphiles Lieberman at the Bureau and Rosenstein in Main will be a really big danger for federal law enforcement.

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      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 111
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      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 42
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 66
      Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 91
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      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 78
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 72
      Landgraff Heidi, Satisfactory
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      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
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      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 206
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      Maduro Nicolas, Excellent +
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 61
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 15
      McCain John, Unsatisfactory
      McConnell Mitch, Satisfactory
      McMaster H.R., Excellent
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Satisfactory
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 33
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 6
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 41
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 45
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      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 119
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      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Unsatisfactory -
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 10
      O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 100
      Olson Wendy USA, Excellent
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Parsons Charlie, Unsatisfactory, Week 267
      Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 30
      Pence Mike Gov., Satisfactory
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 84
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 6
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 46
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      Priebus Reince, Excellent
      Putin Vladmir, Excellent
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Satisfactory
      Rawlings-Blake Stephanie (Baltimore Mayor), Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 38
      Rosenberg, Chuck, Unsatisfactory -
      Rosenstein, Rod (US Attorney), Excellent +
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Satisfactory
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 7
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      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 255
      Sein U Thein, Unsatisfactory, Week 204
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      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
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      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 66
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 10
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      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
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      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
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      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 26
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 62
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      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 26
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      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 64
      Houck, Harry (CNN Crime Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 43
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 69
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      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 3
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      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
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      Colombia was America's (North and South America) worst enemy for many years because the Colombian govt worked hand-in-glove with its indigenous illegal drug cartels. But after US oil companies entered the post Iran Hostage greed era when it was realized that trillions of profits can be made on selling oil to car-obsessed Americans, Venezuela (with more oil than Saudi Arabia) replaced Colombia as the principle target.

      Suddenly Colombia dropped off the front pages because our country cut a deal with Colombia... in exchange for US money and military assistance to manage -- not end -- Colombia's terrible drug threat, Colombia would seek to start a war with Venezuela so that, with US military help, Colombia could defeat Venezuela so that US oil companies could take over Venezuela's oil.

      And in order to perpetuate US military assistance to Colombia before the war took place, Colombia agreed in the late 1980's to target its cartel leaders and replace them with govt-controlled cartel leaders so that continued illegal cocaine production would keep US military presence in Colombia... very sadly, US cocaine consumers provided ready customers for Colombian cocaine.

      President Trump, a big business man, has now declared he will continue the four-decade old US oil company quest to ignite a war between Colombia and Venezuela for the purpose of obtaining Venezuela's oil... this decision today by Trump coincides with our country's on-going efforts to destabilize the Venezuelan govt by funding and supporting civil protests and insurrection against the Venezuela govt.

      All that is waiting is for Russia to step in to help support the Venezuela govt...

      Trump made a very bad decision today. Our oil company's insatiable greed to control oil and increase profits will cost dearly. 'Vietnam' will soon come to the American hemisphere.

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    17 May 2017, 15:29 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Jeff Sessions (should) establish a "Russian Connection" Special Prosecutor office and name former FBI Director James B. Comey to run that office."

      Jim Comey eliminated himself by providing the WP with a copy of his memo. He shouldn't oughtta done that. But Now that Comey's out, Bob Mueller becomes the perfect choice... as just announced.

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    16 May 2017, 18:16 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Someone wrote: "To All Hands. Pay no attention to the antics going on behind the curtain or in front of the TV cameras. Pay attention only to your mission... Do not allow yourself to be distracted by the antics of Sillies who are working against their own country. Get to work arresting anyone and everyone you catch using or selling or distributing illegal drugs... and this includes members of the news media and entertainment industry."

      Well Said!!! CNN, MSNBC and the Nightly News stations wanted Clinton to win the election because the Clintons provide sex copy... and sex sells. But more than that, the news media hates Trump because he would not appear on their stations. Trump bleeds money. TV stations wanted him during the campaign because they could raise their advertising rates for his appearances. But when they figured out he would never do interviews on their channels they declared war on him.

      The practice of the TV stations and newspapers is to say terrible things about you until you agree to help them make advertising money by granting appearances or interviews. CNN, MSNBC and others now devote 95% of their broadcast day accusing Trump of everything short of incest and animal killing... all intended to provoke him into going on the defensive using their print and airways to cry 'Uncle'. The WP and NY Times are hanging by their debts. They can only make money by telling Clinton supporters that Trump is Hitler reincarnated. Trump needs to shut down the daily press conferences and deal personally on TV only through FOX, One America or Newsmax.

      Unfortunately the only other way for broadcasters and print media to make money is for a major war to occur... which is why the second front being waged by the anti-Trump media is to try to get a war started between our country and Russia. Fortunately, both Trump and Putin are smart enough not to let the news media provoke them into war.

      The real war to be fought is the drug war... and that will happen first if drug criminals here in the US south decide to murder a few American reporters the way the cartel are murdering Mexican and South American reporters.

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      To All Hands. Pay no attention to the antics going on behind the curtain or in front of the TV cameras. Pay attention only to your mission.

      All of the nonsensical "sky is falling" crap being shoveled into the brains of the American public by the anti-Trump news media is not essential, nor nation-threatening, nor critical, nor doom. All that is happening is a pro-Democrat controlled news media is seeking to take advantage of the growing pains being experienced by a new WH Administration which is learning the ropes from the ground up and getting little to no support from experienced Republicans who threw their hats behind the other sixteen GOP candidates whom the American public quickly dispatched to Never-Neverland.

      Stay on point. Stay on mission. Do not allow yourself to be distracted by the antics of Sillies who are working against their own country. Use the new tools provided by our new AttyGenl to arrest every illegal drug dealer you encounter because removing mind-warping illegal drugs from the brains of stupid Americans who consume them will, in itself, help to restore sanity.

      We have all gone through the worst challenges that very bad Presidents can and have ever inflicted on the American public. The downward spiral of stupidity at the top beginning with Bill Clinton, getting worse under George W. Bush, and still worser under Barack Obama confirms that those who used illegal drugs can do great harm to a society.

      There will be no pardons for illegal drug criminals under President Trump. Most of the cowardly USA's who went along with the Clinton, Bush and Obama drug pardons are gone.

      Get to work arresting anyone and everyone you catch using or selling or distributing illegal drugs... and this includes members of the news media and entertainment industry.

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      Someone wrote: "It's good to hear President Trump is considering removing ONDCP and concentrating the fed's efforts on prosecution and eradication. It's the State's job to pursue anti-drug education and awareness."

      ONDCP has long-since proven itself a failure, useless and a waste of fed dollars. However, if President Trump wants to spend money on anti-drug education he should get D.A.R.E. to appoint Rudy Giuliani as its new chief and hold a few really big fund raisers to get some money to D.A.R.E. Principally among those invited to D.A.R.E. fundraisers presided over by President Trump should be Hollywood execs and personalities as well as major news media people.

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      Someone wrote: "Jeff Sessions (should) establish a "Russian Connection" Special Prosecutor office and name former FBI Director James B. Comey to run that office."

      Those of us who have been here awhile remember the day the DEA Watch first went online in 1996. I was one of the men who helped create The Watch. We created The Watch because, for the first time in our country's history, we had a president who was an unadjudicated criminal... Bill Clinton was a (former) illegal drug user who escaped arrest and prosecution. Had he received a felony conviction he would never have been allowed to run for President. Worst, during his campaign he minimized marijuana use and made it a joke. Tens of thousands of kids took away the belief that they, too, could smoke marijuana and get away with it. Well, after two more Presidents who were worse and more habitual illegal drug users than Clinton we now have a country drowning in illegal drugs.

      Finally we have a new President who has no illegal drug history, and instead of appointing Atty Genls who recommends pardons for illegal drug dealers, mandating the lowest possible sentences, and allocated millions of dollars to criminal-abetting drug treatment causes instead of to eradication and enforcement, we now have an Atty Genl who is restoring policies that will actually REDUCE illegal drug use.

      However, all of that is now being put in jeopardy because our new President is turning out to be a First Class Flake when it comes to the silliest of things. President Trump's bizarre occupation with anything that ticks off the Democrats is causing him to make stumbles, fumbles and screwups that could very well lead to both the House and the Senate reverting back to the do-nothing, criminal enabling Democrats... and the WH going to yet another (former?) illegal drug user/dealer in 2020.

      The "True Detective" veteran is right on target! The ONLY way for Donald Trump to...
      > sharply reduce growing critical voices,
      > end the Democrats obstructionist obsession with Russia,
      > totally reverse the Comey firing,
      > free both houses of Congress of their Russian investigations,
      > and get EVERYONE on track with his election promises
      is to appoint James Comey to head up a Special Counsel office to investigate all things Russia and the last election.

      Only Comey and no one else would be the PERFECT selection as Special Counsel.

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      Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 35
      Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 58
      Bannon Steve, Excellent -
      Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 31
      Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 24
      Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 6
      Bersin Alan, Excellent
      Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 186
      Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 22
      Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 144
      Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 40
      Brown Bill, Unsatisfactory, Week 39
      Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Satisfactory
      Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 4
      Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
      Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 30
      Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 47
      Camarena Enrique Jr, Satisfactory
      Carson Ben, Outstanding, Week 48
      Carter Buddy (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Chaffetz, Jason, Satisfactory
      Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 17
      Christi Chris (Gov NJ), Outstanding, Week 59
      Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
      Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 14
      Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 103
      Comey James, Outstanding, Week 11
      Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cooper Jim (Rep.), Excellent
      Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 66
      Cotton Tom, Excellent
      Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 21
      Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 97
      Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 74
      D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 86
      Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
      Daly Deirdre M (USA), Excellent
      Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 47
      DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 69
      DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
      DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
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      Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 58
      Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
      Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 34
      Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 11
      Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 26
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      Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 19
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      Flynn Michael, Gen., Satisfactory
      Franken Al Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 48
      Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 36
      Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 10
      Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding, Week 2
      Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 72
      Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Satisfactory +
      Graham Lindsey Sen., Satisfactory +
      Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 109
      Haley Nikki, Outstanding, Week 2
      Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 11
      Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 110
      Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 36
      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 41
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 65
      Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 90
      Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 90
      Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 70
      Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 12
      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 77
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 71
      Landgraff Heidi, Satisfactory
      Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 73
      Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 409
      LePage Paul Gov., Excellent
      Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 92
      Los Angeles Office Office, Excellent -
      Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 74
      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
      Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 207
      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 205
      Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
      Maduro Nicolas, Satisfactory -
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 60
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 14
      McConnell Mitch, Satisfactory
      McMaster H.R., Excellent
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Satisfactory
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 32
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 5
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 40
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 44
      Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 117
      New York Office, Unsatisfactory -
      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Satisfactory
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 9
      O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 99
      Olson Wendy USA, Excellent
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Parsons Charlie, Unsatisfactory, Week 266
      Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Pence Mike Gov., Satisfactory -
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 83
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 5
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 45
      Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 6
      Priebus Reince, Excellent -
      Putin Vladmir, Excellent
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Satisfactory
      Rawlings-Blake Stephanie (Baltimore Mayor), Unsatisfactory -
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 37
      Rosenberg, Chuck, Satisfactory +
      Rosenstein, Rod (US Attorney), Satisfactory
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Satisfactory
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 6
      San Francisco Division, Satisfactory
      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 254
      Sein U Thein, Unsatisfactory, Week 203
      Sessions Jeff, Unsatisfactory -
      Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 27
      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
      Sorianello Dante, Outstanding
      Spicer Sean, Satisfactory
      St Louis Office, Satisfactory
      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 65
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 9
      Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 41
      Szubin Adam, Excellent
      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
      Tillerson Rex, Outstanding, Week 11
      Trump Donald, Unsatisfactory -
      Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 282
      Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 80
      Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Walker Mark (Rep.), Excellent
      Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
      Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
      Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 25
      Williams Anthony, Satisfactory
      Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 23
      Woolsey James, Satisfactory
      Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 17
      Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory, Week 2
      Zukunft Paul F, Outstanding, Week 59


      CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 58
      FOX News, Unsatisfactory -
      FOX Business, Excellent
      MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 58
      Newsmax, Excellent
      One America, Outstanding, Week 111
      Russia Today, Satisfactory


      Alexander, Cedric (CNN LE Advisor), Excellent
      Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 25
      Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 90
      Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 49
      Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 16
      Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 187
      Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
      Cooper Anderson (CNN) Satisfactory +
      Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 85
      Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 41
      Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 15
      Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 44
      Doocy Steve, (FOX) Excellent
      Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Excellent
      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 25
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 61
      Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 25
      Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 25
      Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 29
      Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Unsatisfactory, Week 32
      Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 63
      Houck, Harry (CNN Crime Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 42
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 68
      Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 8
      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding, Week 2
      Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
      King John, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 24
      Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
      Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
      Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 82
      McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 37
      Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 27
      Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 11
      O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 73
      Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 72
      Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
      Perry Melissa (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 160
      Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 45
      Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 71
      Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 14
      Rosen James, (FOX) Outstanding +
      Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 11
      Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 67
      Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 10
      Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 9
      Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 224
      Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
      Smith Sheppard (Fox) Unsatisfactory, Week 27
      Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 19
      Townsend Fran, (CNN), Excellent
      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
      Van Susteren Greta, (MSNBC) Excellent
      Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 11
      Williams Juan, (FOX) Satisfactory +

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    11 May 2017, 20:48 PST, 4th Edition

    Report from (inside) the White House:

      Things are really bad. No one it seems has any trust in The First Man anymore. Everyone he has told they are his friend now wonders when he will not only suddenly decide to fire them, but trash them so publicly they will have difficulty finding another job. One person here was planning to fix up their home. That person has now decided to cancel any major spending out of fear they might wake up one morning to see a story on the news saying they were fired. Things are really bad here. Everyone is walking on pins and needles.

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    11 May 2017, 15:47 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Someone wrote: "Jeff Sessions (should) establish a "Russian Connection" Special Prosecutor office and name former FBI Director James B. Comey to run that office. Comey will be compelled to run an open, clean, singularly pointed investigation that will focus only on any allegations of Russian involvement in the last election. The current situation will thereby be terminated.

      In all my born days I have never heard of a more sound, wise and perfect solution to a very serious dilemma. Please tell the person who made this suggestion that he or she has the Wisdom of Solomon. No one could be more perfect in every and all respect to be named the Special Counsel... and most of all, even though he has been trashed by the President, Mr Comey would never be vengeful because he wouldn't know how to be. He is too fair and honest.

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    11 May 2017, 11:13 PST, 2nd Edition

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      I have been a DEA agent for many years. I have interviewed countless scrotes. The one pattern scrotes and scumbags exhibit is they lie, lie, lie and their lies change by the minute.

      Over the past few days I have followed the news about Jimbo Comey's firing. Every day either Trump or his spokesperson says something different, depending on what they said the day before being completely refuted and discredited.

      Trump is in big trouble because his continual lying has gone beyond the point of treating the American people as if we were all fools.

      This President is done. He is toast. The only thing left to happen is impeachment.

      As a DEA agent I lie for my living... but I only lie to the criminals I am investigating in order to preserve my undercover role. But when a President blatantly lies and lies and lies to the American public he must go!

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    11 May 2017, 06:23 PST, 1st Edition

    True Detective #120:

      Question: How can President Trump shut down both the House and Senate committees investigating the alleged "Russia Connection", while at the same time fully restore his personal integrity, while at the same time restore full faith among the American people and press that a full and open investigation is proceeding, while at the same time free the minds of the federal Legislature to direct their full attention to America's medical and infrastructure needs, while at the same time compel the news media to focus on his forward agenda, while at the same time provide both the Democrats and Republicans with something they can be in united agreement with?

      Answer: Request Jeff Sessions to establish a "Russian Connection" Special Prosecutor office and name former FBI Director James B. Comey to run that office. Comey will be compelled to run an open, clean, singularly pointed investigation that will focus only on any allegations of Russian involvement in the last election.

      The current situation will thereby be terminated.

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    10 May 2017, 14:27 PST, 3rd Edition

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      Be advised that the talk in the news media about the WH press office not learning about yesterday's firing until an hour before The First Man let loose the letters is not true. The First Man really likes his Irish pal Sean. Sean's reserve duty was coordinated to free him away from the WH so that anything Sean said yesterday or today would not be recalled by the WH press corps on a later date when Sean would say something completely different, contradicting himself. Sean is very, very sensitive about having his own words come back to bite him. His weakest moments at the podium is when he has to change his words to fit The First Man's whims of the moment. Everyone in the center knew days ago that Jim Comey would be fired.

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    09 May 2017, 20:27 PST, 5th Edition

    Report from (inside) the White House:

      A state of panic is putting it mildly. The First Man now finds himself in stark error for believing the words of his closest advisors who incorrectly told him that Democrats would be his first defenders if Comey was fired. But these nuts are so groupthinkish they failed to tell The First Man that the Democrats would come out against him even if he said he would kill "Repeal and Replace". The First Man is now a man alone. I expect to see several of his closest circle resign soon in "order to spend more time with their families". It is really bad here. The First Man should have remembered his own words about Director Comey... "He is more famous than I am." How right he was!

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    09 May 2017, 18:31 PST, 4th Edition

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      In firing the Director I believe President Trump made the worst possible decision he could have made. In order to avoid an inevitable impeachment trial down the road Mr. Trump will need to cave to the most extremist wing of the Republican Party in the House and Senate to get their anti-impeachment support. And in exchange for that support Mr. Trump will be required to approve bills that will divide the country, violently. What Mr. Trump was thinking is anybody's guess, but whatever his reasoning was it was very bad. I think Mr. Trump is done. VP Pence should now distance himself and prepare for being elevated to President and forming a new Administration because an eventual impeachment or resignation is only a matter of time.

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      Back in 1989 G.H.W. Bush and General Colin Powell were sent an advisement telling them that they should deploy a substantial US military force to Somalia. The writer described Somalia as a "land-based aircraft carrier from which US forces could be quickly dispatched from to respond to any African or Middle East threat."

      Needless to say, that advisement was totally ignored, despite the fact that the Russians were kicking up in Afghanistan and Somali warlords needed extinguishing. Of course, had that advisement been followed a US-friendly govt would have been established in Somalia (an English speaking country, though Negroid) and US forces could have expeditiously destroyed al-Queda/Taleban bases in Afghanistan long before OBL went bad on us. The world trade center would never have been bombed and the only serious terrorist threat would be from crazy white boys in Northern Ireland.

      Four Presidents later, Donald John Trump is now having to deal with the screwups made over twenty years ago. Trump should get smart. He can pacify two countries at the same time by establishing a US-like state in Somalia (and thereby convince other African countries to want to do the same) and use Somalia as a base from which to eliminate threats in Afghanistan with either air or get-in-get-out special ground ops.

      This is a no brainer. Once hostile countries can be either tamed or made non-hostile, and the overall cost savings would be a fraction of what has already been spent, and what will be spent if the same-old, same-old silly strategy is continued. And if need be, we should consider making Somalia a US territory, if not our 51st State, despite white racists in our government being strongly opposed to increasing the number of Negroidal citizens... because there is far, far more to gain and so much to lose... as so much has not only already been lost, but totally wasted down a real black hole.

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    09 May 2017, 10:49 PST, 2nd Edition

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      Four years ago I asked The Watch to publish my warning that Russian servers were being used to flood the US with spam email, some of that spam being used to send intell back and forth to Russia. I advised then President Obama to flip the Russian switch to block all Russian IP's from entering the US. My suggestion was ignored. Had Obama flipped the switch, even temporarily intermittently during the last election he would have severely disrupted Soviet access to US systems... and certain campaign offices and their candidates and staffs.

      A couple of weeks ago the FBI, after more than twenty years, finally got around to arresting an individual responsible for transmitting Russian intell disguised as spam into the US. Good job, FBI... but not good enough.

      Russian intell took no more than a week to hire agents in Vietnam who are now taking over the job previously done by the Russians and their American agents. Vietnam is now the source of Russian spam.

      President Trump should increase the Bureau's anti-spam office and enable it the power to completely shut down any country's internet access into the US if that country does not itself arrest the spies flooding this country with spam, some of it used as a commo connection to their spies working inside our country.

      President Obama was too stupid and too arrogant to shut down Soviet IP's entering the US and it cost his moron candidate, Hilary Clinton, the election. If President Trump does not wise up he, too, will be a future, big-time loser for allowing America's enemies to communicate via harmless appearing spam with their agents here in the US... while at the same time flooding the email boxes of Americans with very distasteful traffic.

      I won't even get into terrorists using spam-like email to communicate with their operatives...

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      Back in February someone wrote: "G.H.W. Bush created ONDCP in order to convince people that he was committed to the drug war. In reality G.H.W. was using ONDCP to convince recreational drug addicts in the same category as his son -- rich, stupid kids -- to seriously reconsider their fondness for drugs and think about the physiological detriments... such as rendering them blibbering idiots."

      It's good to hear President Trump is considering removing ONDCP and concentrating the fed's efforts on prosecution and eradication. It's the State's job to pursue anti-drug education and awareness.

      Our job is to create country in which illegal drugs cannot get into or be made, let alone sold.

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      While campaigning for President, Donald Trump stated Chicago needed to be fixed. The question is, when will the fixing begin???

      Massive anti-drug and anti-crime resources need to be sent to Chicago. Every active duty military officer or non-com serving in any of our four (DOD) branches who's home of record is Chicago should be pulled out of their units and sent to a special law enforcement school run jointly by the Army Military Police Corps and the Army Civil Affairs Corps. These men and women, if they are enlisted personnel, should be commissioned as Warrant Officers at the end of very expedited undercover training and re-assigned (TDY) as intelligence gathering officers back to their Chicago neighborhoods. Their job should be re-assume their former civilian lives and collect every scrap of information on hoodlums and criminal activity... and provide that info to a Central Station for uniformed LE response.

      These men and women, natives to their 'hoods, can be the best source of info from the street... provided they are also protected 24/7 and provided a multiple of backdoors for evasion and escape if necessary. Every level of involvement by these operatives should be explored, from simple observer to gang infiltration.

      These operatives will, after Chicago is cleaned, go on to make superb intell agents working many other assignments.

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      Anyone who has an elderly parent with dementia can well understand Tom Marino's reason for removing his name from the ONDCP candidacy. But this is a good thing for the President because ONDCP, which began as a Bush Sr. folly, has never worked successfully and should be abolished.

      A federal program doling out money to TV stations and sports theaters for anti-drug advertising hasn't worked successfully because illegal drug use has continually grown... for the simple reason that illegal drug-using Hollywierd actors and TV/movie producers have out-spent ONDCP to promote illegal drug use.

      What Donald Trump needs to do is convene a meeting with Hollywierd execs and personalities to enlist their help in DE-promoting illegal drug use.

      Needless but necessary to say... Mr. Trump must NOT allow such a meeting to be hijacked by Hollywierd nuts who want to trash him for defeating their darling, Hilary Clinton. Only one subject should be permitted for discussion during the meeting, and that subject is getting Hollywierd to do and say everything it can to dissuade American kids (and adults) from using illegal drugs.

      That one meeting would cost only in the thousands, whereas the useless ONDCP office costs in the multi-millions and has done nothing but funnel taxpayer cash to advertising agencies and their clients for totally useless and unsuccessful crap that no one, not even kids, pay any attention to.

      Enforcement of illegal drug use and extermination of illegal drug growth and production needs to be the only focus of the federal govt. States, counties and cities can deal with the prevention, rehab and coddling of morons who willingly and consciously choose to put mind-degrading substances into their mouths, nostrils and veins.

      Besides, personal contact has always been Trump's best talent. He needs to pay only one person in the WH to coordinate with Hollywierd (and TV) to vigorously promote anti-drug use.

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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.

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      Alumna Omar, Unsatisfactory, Week 50
      Ando Scott (Ret.), Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Arpaio Joe, Outstanding, Week 57
      Bannon Steve, Outstanding, Week 9
      Bass Karen, Unsatisfactory, Week 30
      Batts Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 33
      Beck Charles LAPD, Unsatisfactory, Week 23
      Bensinger Peter, Outstanding, Week 5
      Bersin Alan, Excellent
      Biagioni John, Unsatisfactory, Week 185
      Blum Rod (Rep.), Outstanding, Week 21
      Booker Cory (Sen NJ), Unsatisfactory, Week 143
      Boyle Brendan (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Braun Mike, Unsatisfactory, Week 39
      Brown Bill, Unsatisfactory, Week 38
      Brown Jerry (Gov-Calif), Satisfactory
      Brown Keith (SAC), Outstanding, Week 3
      Buck Ken (Rep.), Excellent
      Bush George (Jr), Unsatisfactory, Week 29
      Bush Jeb, Unsatisfactory, Week 46
      Camarena Enrique Jr, Satisfactory
      Carson Ben, Outstanding, Week 47
      Carter Buddy (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cartwright Matt (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Chaffetz, Jason, Satisfactory
      Chicago Office, Unsatisfactory, Week 16
      Christi Chris (Gov NJ), Outstanding, Week 58
      Claxton Mark (Black LE Alliance), Excellent
      Colder Karl, Unsatisfactory, Week 13
      Coleman-Watson Bonnie (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 102
      Comey James (FBI), Outstanding, Week 10
      Connolly Gerald (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Cooper Jim (Rep.), Excellent
      Cooper-Davis Ava, Unsatisfactory, Week 65
      Cotton Tom, Excellent
      Coulson Anthony, Unsatisfactory, Week 20
      Cruz Rafael "Ted" (Sen.), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Cummings Elijah, (Rep. MD), Unsatisfactory, Week 96
      Cuomo Andrew (NY Governor), Unsatisfactory, Week 73
      D.A.R.E., Unsatisfactory, Week 85
      Dallas Div Office, Satisfactory
      Daly Deirdre M (USA), Excellent
      Dean Howard DNC, Unsatisfactory, Week 46
      DeBlasio Bill Mayor NY, Unsatisfactory, Week 68
      DeSantis Ron (Rep.), Satisfactory
      DeSaulnier Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Desjarlais Scott (Rep.), Outstanding +
      Deters Joe, Unsatisfactory, Week 57
      Duckworth Tammy (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Duncan John (Rep.), Excellent
      Duterte Rodrigo (Pres., Philippines), Outstanding, Week 33
      Epshteyn Boris, Outstanding, Week 10
      Farenthold Blake (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 25
      Feinstein Dianne Sen. Unsatisfactory, Week 34
      Ferguson Michael, Excellent +
      Fitzgerald, Michael US Dist Judge, Outstanding, Week 18
      Fitzpatrick Jay, Unsatisfactory, Week 41
      Flynn Michael, Gen., Satisfactory
      Franken Al Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 47
      Gingrich Newt, Outstanding, Week 35
      Giuffre Joseph, Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Giuliani Rudy, Outstanding, Week 9
      Gorka Sebastian, Outstanding
      Gosar Paul (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 71
      Gowdy Trey (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 20
      Graham Lindsey Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 20
      Grothman Glenn (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Haff Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 108
      Haley Nikki, Outstanding +
      Haspel Gina, Outstanding, Week 10
      Hice Jody (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Holmes-Norton Eleanor (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 109
      Huckabee Mike, Outstanding, Week 35
      Hudson Redditt, Outstanding, Week 40
      Hurd William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 64
      Ivanov Viktor (Dir, FN/R), Outstanding, Week 89
      Jindal Bobby Gov-LA, Unsatisfactory, Week 89
      Jordan Jim (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 69
      Kelly John, Outstanding, Week 11
      Kelly Robin (Rep.), Excellent
      King Peter, (Rep), Outstanding, Week 76
      Lacy-Clay William (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 70
      Landgraff Heidi, Satisfactory
      Lawrence Brenda (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Leahy Patrick, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 35
      Lee Barbara, Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 71
      Leon Richard J, Dist Court, Outstanding, Week 39
      LePage Paul Gov., Excellent
      Lieu Ted (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 91
      Los Angeles Office Office, Outstanding +
      Lujan-Grisham Michelle (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 73
      Lummis Cynthia (Rep.), Excellent
      Lute Douglas, Unsatisfactory, Week 206
      Lute Jane, Unsatisfactory, Week 204
      Lynch Stephen (Rep.), Excellent
      Maduro Nicolas, Excellent
      Maloney Carolyn (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 59
      Marino Tom, Satisfactory -
      Massie Thomas (Rep.), Excellent
      Mattis James, Outstanding, Week 13
      McConnell Mitch, Satisfactory
      McMaster H.R., Excellent
      Meadows Mark (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Miami Office, Satisfactory
      Mica John, Satisfactory
      Miles Nelly (GBI), Outstanding, Week 31
      Milione Louis, Outstanding Week 4
      Morris Clay, Outstanding, Week 39
      Morris, Stephen (FBI), Outstanding, Week 43
      Mulvaney Mick (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Netanyahu Benjamin, Unsatisfactory, Week 116
      New York Office, Satisfactory
      Nieto Enrique (Pres, Mex.), Satisfactory
      Nunes Devin, Outstanding, Week 8
      O'Donnell Eugene, Unsatisfactory, Week 98
      Olson Wendy USA, Excellent
      Palmer Gary (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Parsons Charlie, Unsatisfactory, Week 265
      Paul Rand Sen., Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Pence Mike Gov., Excellent
      Plaskett Stacey (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Plummer Wilbert, Unsatisfactory, Week 82
      Pope Francis, Unsatisfactory, Week 4
      Powell Colin, Unsatisfactory, Week 44
      Powell Dina, Outstanding, Week 5
      Priebus Reince, Outstanding, Week 12
      Putin Vladmir, Excellent
      Ragan Sean (FBI-LA), Satisfactory
      Rawlings-Blake Stephanie (Baltimore Mayor), Satisfactory
      Riley Jack, Outstanding, Week 36
      Rosenberg, Chuck, Unsatisfactory, Week 17
      Rosenstein, Rod (US Attorney), Satisfactory
      Russell Steve (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Ryan Paul (House Speaker), Satisfactory
      Salter Dan, Outstanding, Week 5
      San Francisco Division, Satisfactory
      Scott Rick Gov FL, Unsatisfactory, Week 253
      Sein U Thein, Unsatisfactory, Week 202
      Sessions Jeff, Satisfactory
      Sherman, William SAC, Outstanding, Week 26
      Shumlin Peter, Satisfactory
      St Louis Office, Satisfactory
      Stamm Jeffrey SAC, Outstanding, Week 64
      Stewart Vincent Dir DIA, Outstanding, Week 8
      Sweetin Jeffrey, Outstanding, Week 40
      Szubin Adam, Excellent
      Taubira Christiane, Excellent
      Tillerson Rex, Outstanding, Week 10
      Trump Donald, Satisfactory
      Tuggle Gary, Unsatisfactory, Week 281
      Turner Michael (Rep.), Unsatisfactory, Week 79
      Vogt Stephen (FBI), Satisfactory
      Walberg Tim (Rep.), Satisfactory
      Walker Mark (Rep.), Excellent
      Walker Scott (Gov), Excellent
      Welch Peter (Rep.), Excellent
      Whipple Steve, Outstanding, Week 24
      Williams Anthony, Satisfactory
      Williams Grayling, Unsatisfactory, Week 22
      Woolsey James, Satisfactory
      Wright Adolphus, Unsatisfactory, Week 16
      Yrizarry Lizette, Unsatisfactory -
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      CNN, Unsatisfactory, Week 57
      FOX News, Satisfactory
      FOX Business, Excellent
      MSNBC, Unsatisfactory, Week 57
      Newsmax, Excellent
      One America, Outstanding, Week 110
      Russia Today, Satisfactory


      Alexander, Cedric (CNN LE Advisor), Excellent
      Axelrod David, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Baier Brett, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 24
      Baldwin, Brooke (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 89
      Beck Glenn, (Ind) Unsatisfactory, Week 48
      Blitzer Wolf, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 15
      Brzezinski Mika, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Capehart Jonathan, (WashPost) Unsatisfactory, Week 186
      Cevallos Danny, (CNN) Excellent
      Cooper Anderson (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 167
      Cuomo Chris, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 84
      Demmings Val, Unsatisfactory, Week 40
      Dickey Christopher (CNN Analyst), Unsatisfactory, Week 14
      Dobbs Lou, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 43
      Doocy Steve, (FOX) Excellent
      Fineman Howard, (MSNBC Analyst) Excellent
      Fuentes Tom (CNN LE Analyst) Outstanding, Week 24
      Garagos, Mark (CNN Legal Analyst) Outstanding, Week 60
      Griffin, Jennifer (FOX), Outstanding, Week 24
      Hannity Sean, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Henry Ed (FOX), Outstanding, Week 24
      Herridge, Catherine (FOX) Outstanding, Week 28
      Hertling Mark Gen. (CNN/RT) Unsatisfactory, Week 31
      Holt Lester (NBC) Satisfactory
      Horwitz Sari, (WPost) Outstanding, Week 62
      Houck, Harry (CNN Crime Analyst) Unsatisfactory, Week 41
      Jackson Joey, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 67
      Jones Van (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 7
      Keane Jack Gen'l (FOX) Outstanding
      Kelly Megyn, (NBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 28
      Kerik Bernard, (CNN) Excellent
      King John, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 23
      Krauthammer Charles, (FOX) Satisfactory -
      Leonnig, Carol D (WPost) Satisfactory
      Limbaugh Rush, (Ind) Excellent
      Maddow Rachel, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 81
      McDonnell Lawrence, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 36
      Mitchell Andrea, (MSNBC) Unsatisfactory, Week 26
      Morgan Piers, (MailOnline) Oustanding, Week 10
      O'Donnell Kelly, (MSNBC), Outstanding, Week 72
      Page Clarence, (Chicago Tribune), Unsatisfactory, Week 71
      Pelley Scott, (CBS) Satisfactory
      Perry Melissa (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 159
      Rather, Dan (AXS TV) Unsatisfactory, Week 44
      Reese Philip COL (CNN), Outstanding, Week 70
      Rivera Geraldo, (FOX) Satisfactory
      Rogers Mike, (CNN) Outstanding, Week 13
      Rosen James, (FOX) Excellent
      Rove Karl, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 10
      Ryan April, (AUR) Unsatisfactory, Week 66
      Sciutto Jim, (CNN) Unsatisfactory, Week 9
      Shaffer Tony (FOX) Outstanding, Week 8
      Sharpton Al, (MSNBC), Unsatisfactory, Week 223
      Shawn Eric, (CNN) Excellent
      Smith Sheppard (Fox) Unsatisfactory, Week 26
      Tapper Jake (CNN), Unsatisfactory, Week 18
      Townsend Fran, (CNN), Excellent
      Valencia Nick, (CNN) Excellent
      Van Susteren Greta, (MSNBC) Excellent
      Varney Stuart, (FOX) Outstanding, Week 10
      Williams Juan, (FOX) Unsatisfactory -

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      For the obvious reason that both were former illegal drug users, Obama and Bush directly ordered US troops assigned to Afghanistan to never harm a single opium plant... and opium/heroin grown in Afghanistan reached highs never anticipated... and heroin use in the US went through the roof.

      But now Donald John Trump is in charge. To date he, too, has refused to authorize US troops to destroy any opium farms they come across.

      We know Bush and Obama's reasons for wanting illegal drugs to spread around the world from Afghanistan. But what is Trump's reason? Inquiring minds want to know.

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      Exceptionally good articles on The Watch today. These arguments give proof that the individuals who use illegal drugs or drink excessively are people who suffer from internal repression. Feeling repressed, constrained, deprived and withheld are factors that motivate individuals to seek freedom within their own heads instead of in the real world.

      And having too many individuals like this in a society only destroys it.

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      The co-relationship that another writer wrote about earlier today on The Watch between illegal drug use and the high cost of living cannot, to me, be ignored because our country continues to witness the most dangerous and high level of illegal street and pharmaceutical drug use in history during our recent (on-going) economically challenging period.

      Let us recall that alcohol consumption and abuse skyrocketed across all age groups, despite Prohibition, during last Century's major Depression... which clearly indicates that when American's are depressed because they can't spend on things they want out of desire or for recreation outside their homes, they turn inward and find release from a substance they place inside their bodies.

      The earlier writer is irrefutably correct: Heroin and meth use skyrocketed during the era of Obama high gas prices... and the cost variations of those illegal drugs went down. Additionally, as Americans were forced to hand more money to the Saudis and oil companies, cities dropped services while they legalized marijuana use as a way to obtain the lost sales tax money that Americans weren't (and couldn't) spend on goods and services.

      I predict that if Trump goes one-up on Reagan by instituting a new gas tax we will see the brakes put on consumer spending hard and fast, to the point that social depression will result, as always, into Recession, and substance abuse will skyrocket.. with crack heroin, crack marijuana and other cheaper forms of illegal substances to satisfy the human need for recreation-quest that dollars won't be able to buy.

      At the same time, cities, counties and States in need of sales tax money will quickly relax law enforcement and marijuana, to begin with, will become far more used. This, of course, as like last Century's Great Depression, will evolve into a more complex web of organized crime to supply dangerous drugs.

      Last but not least, if the American public had any inkling that Trump would even consider raising ANY tax (or creating a new tax) he would NEVER have been elected last November. Raising the gas tax would be the absolute DUMBEST thing Trump could do.

      Fixing and patching up America's highways can be achieved simply by putting more people to work who's sales tax money would allow cities to fix their own streets.

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      President's have a bad habit of bringing their personal folly's, regardless the detriment to the country, into the WH after their election. Bush Jr, for example, chose the folly of invading Iraq, and look where that got us. Obama, another example, treasured the idea of becoming a better golfer, and look at the time lost on golfing to the detriment of his not personally working on the nation's needs. Reagan, perhaps the worst, follied resurrecting his only military service contribution: participating in Major Dwight Eisenhower's cross-country road improvement caravan, which resulted in Reagan ramping up the gas tax which inaugurated unbridled greed in the oil industry. Gas prices before Reagan averaged 30 cents a gallon. They are now averaging $3.00 a gallon.

      Reagan justified his gas tax decision on raising road-improvement money. Admiring Reagan in many ways, President Trump recently refused to shoot down the "suggestion" that he increase the gas tax to pay for road repair. Let us remember back what else happened when Reagan raised the gas tax...

      One, apartment rents doubled, then tripled as American renters were forced to share rents with another person or more people in order to afford gas money to get them to work. Two, other Americans chose to sell illegal drugs in order to make money to pay their higher rents as landlords got greedy from the rising influx of rental applications. And three, the oil producing countries, seeing the huge profits being made by the US government through the gas tax reached a new peak in 1979 as Reagan campaigned on raising the gas tax at the same time Iranian oil was embargoed, creating a false 'panic' in the West.

      The worst thing Trump can do is raise ANY tax, let alone the gas tax. Surely even Trump can understand that the seven years of the Obama Administration that refused to bring gas prices down severely hurt the Democrats... losing the House, then Senate, then WH in three succeeding elections. Gas prices came down during Obama's fourth year only due to ISIS winning in Iraq and selling oil at $20.00 a barrel... and it is only due to ISIS continuing to sell oil that gas prices are not at their high point of $5.00 a gallon, rendering the economy in disaster because Americans had to spend money on gas and had little to no money to spend on job-creating and job-sustaining goods and services... not to mention despair and disillusionment driving many Americans to substance abuse... a spiral now creating great harm to millions...

      Presidential follies are fun for president's but tragic for the country.

      Consider also the billions, if not trillions, Americans would spend on job creating industries if they weren't forced to spend so much money on gas (and rents) making the greedy richer and greedier. Money needs to circulate more, not less. Less money spent on gas removes that deduction from the income tax and allows that money to be spent on production that is taxed though sales.

      In the first days of our country Americans were taxed on what they wanted (alcohol, tea, tobacco, etc), not what they needed (food, energy, homes, water, etc.) We need to restore our original values. Governments get into trouble when they tax citizens on what citizens need...

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      There is only one leader on our planet who is fighting drugs the way drugs must be fought. That leader's name is Rodrigo Duterte. President Duterte of the Philippines clearly recognizes the damage illegal drugs is doing to a society, his society. He knows that drug dealers are neither sane nor honest. Drug dealers, fortified by the drugs they consume, believe they are right and everyone who opposes them selling drugs is wrong... and they will not hesitate to savagely and viciously murder anyone, and members of their opponent's families, who opposes them.

      President Duterte has offered drug criminals to peacefully turn themselves in. When drug criminals refuse, he goes after them. And if drug criminals attempt to prevent their apprehension using violence or shielding behind a child, Duterte continues to pursue them.

      We need to do the same in this country. We need to relentlessly pursue drug dealers and kill them if necessary. Even though there are drug users who refuse to accept that illegal drugs also kill, we must not spare a bullet to eradicate a hostile drug criminal, and we must investigate the politician who complains that fighting fire with fire is wrong. No doubt most of President Duterte's critics who believe he is fighting too strongly against drug criminals are drug users themselves or profiting in some way from illegal drugs... else why would anyone defend the drug criminal who destroys lives and disrupts families with their poison.

      Our new Attorney General talks big but has done no action to date. We must remember that he is a career, partisan politician... and he was a politician when he served as a USA. Whether Mr. Sessions ever seriously pursues illegal drug dealers to eradicate their profession remains to be seen... but let none of us hold our breath waiting since he's had sufficient time to get started.

      Long before now AG Sessions should have invited his equal in the Philippines to visit him here in DC and take a few cues from President Duterte's drug war policy.

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      Someone wrote: "The one, serious flaw in Trump's plan is that he believes that when the very wealthy have the ability to make more profit they will return some of it to the economic pool to create jobs, enhance construction, improve technology and thereby make America great. Trump is either very wrong or very foolish."

      I must sadly agree. Trump is a man who quickly turned most of his profits into either new businesses or improving the ones he already owned. Anyone walking into any Trump building could always see new and better things happening. Trump's big mistake is that he thinks all rich people are like him. They are not. They are, just as the writer earlier today said, just the opposite. They do not spend their profits on new construction or development. They squirrel away their money and look for new ways to get more which they also won't spend. It will be Trump's error in realizing that others in his economic class are not like him that will cause him to fail... and cause a complete reversal in the political atmosphere... which is to hand all three levels of government back over to the Democrats (should they sanely select a wise candidate like an FDR or a Kennedy, and not a crook like an Obama or a Clinton.)

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      Everyone in this office is jazzed that Trump got elected. They all have visions of eternal work ahead leisurely chasing down illegal drug dealers and not worrying about being prosecuted for violating the civil rights of the innocent or guilty, and getting away with murder... literally.

      Unfortunately, the reality is we are not the DEA of thirty or even twenty years ago because the quality of our agents isn't even close to being adequate, let alone excellent. Twenty years ago you couldn't walk through our doors if you had a history of marijuana use. Today it doesn't matter how many times you smoked weed, you can get a DEA badge. And in ten years, or less, those who used heroin will be allowed to get a DEA badge.

      Criminals policing criminals. What a joke!

      If we want to get back the excellence we once had thirty years ago we need to do some serious personnel cleaning... by elimination, not forgiveness.

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      Question: Why did the stock market go through the roof after Trump's election, but GDP grow only 0.7%?

      Answer: Elementary. The very wealthy made millions upon millions more dollars after Trump's election due to economic optimism, but they continued to stack their profits, much as drug cartels do, instead of investing it in business expansion. This will again happen when Trump lowers the tax rate for the wealthy and permits them to return their foreign banked trillions into US banks with no penalty. The wealthy are cash stackers, not cash spenders and investors. Their policy is greed for greed's sake... just as drug cartels don't stop selling drugs even after they have amassed millions upon millions in their personal vaults that they could not spend in a million years. The one, serious flaw in Trump's plan is that he believes that when the very wealthy have the ability to make more profit they will return some of it to the economic pool to create jobs, enhance construction, improve technology and thereby make America great. Trump is either very wrong or very foolish. Never in the history of mankind or any society, has the very wealthy shared any of their wealth. They have always stacked it. The only increase in their hiring has been more security personnel to guard their vaults. The only increase in economic growth has been by the very poor who create new technology that betters everyone. All of America's (and the world's) industrial and technological creations and enhancements have been produced by poor people struggling to reduce their cost or to make more money. The very wealthy may have once been this way before their great wealth, but they quickly lost and forgot the spirit of growth once they discovered the joy of stacking money on top of money.

      Trump needs to pour new money into the poor, not the wealthy... and it will be his failure to do this that will cause his political defeat. All those who are banking on Trump to succeed should delay their plans for a future party and instead prepare for a serious setback because the wealthy will never share... they never have. No society in the history of mankind has ever succeeded and perpetuated as "trickle down". Great societies, including our own American history, has always been "trickle up".

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      Someone wrote: "What we have needed for twenty years is a DEA Hot Line via the internet linking our HQ to every licensed doctor in our country. With such a linkup we could instantly poll every MD and shrink to find out if they are seeing any new trends in medication activity requests from their patients. Of course, all we'd be interested in is numbers and trends. People visiting their doctor for meds to replace their heroin or other drug dependency because they were finding it more difficult or expensive to buy junk on the street would tell us if availability was going down, up or remaining about the same. In any event, a direct commo link to every doctor is what we need. And an app for mobile phones should be a piece of cake. We need data as fast as we can get it. And as long as we never poll docs for patient names we should be okay."

      Good idea but it won't work. Because created like you said would be fine, but sooner or later some martial-law-mentality control freak Administrator would want Congress to make that system mandatory... then soon after that doctors would be penalized for not sharing data... then soon after that the cost of operating the system would be passed on to doctors... then soon after that an Administrator would demand the names of patients.

      Getting more data, I agree is good. But compelling people to give us data, making them spend their own money to give it, punishing them if they don't give it, and demanding there be no limit to what info they give always creeps in and f**ks things up because there are too many people in LE who totally believe the human race should be in a jail or a glass box and their every action and thought monitored and controlled.

      MD's are not stupid. No matter how innocent your idea appears to be, if it is operated directly through our HQ it will become screwed up very quickly. That's what we do... screw things up. The drug war could have been won decades ago if not for internal LE screwups and corruption. A better idea would be to hand out free cell phones to every cop in our country so that they can secretly inform us of dirty cops in their department who are working with drug pushers and drug gangs.

      Now THAT is data we REALLY need!

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      People 60%, drugs 0%.

      Everyone agrees that based solely on Trump talking, with no additional material or LE impediments at play, people traffic across our Southern border is down slightly over 60%. That's pretty damn good for just having one guy speak words about stopping illegal immigration. A wall, beefing up on our BP, and other 'material' measures will count for at least another 80%... this will mean that people crossing our borders will be stopped by more than 140%!

      However, drug traffic is still coming across in truckloads... literally. There are two ways to know if drug traffic is being affected. One, street prices will go up. Two, there will be increased appearances in hospital emergency rooms and doctor's offices by addicts.

      What we have needed for twenty years is a DEA Hot Line via the internet linking our HQ to every licensed doctor in our country. With such a linkup we could instantly poll every MD and shrink to find out if they are seeing any new trends in medication activity requests from their patients. Of course, all we'd be interested in is numbers and trends. People visiting their doctor for meds to replace their heroin or other drug dependency because they were finding it more difficult or expensive to buy junk on the street would tell us if availability was going down, up or remaining about the same. In any event, a direct commo link to every doctor is what we need. And an app for mobile phones should be a piece of cake. We need data as fast as we can get it. And as long as we never poll docs for patient names we should be okay.

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