Today marks the two year anniversary of the deaths of FBI Agents Christopher Lorek and Stephen Shaw. The two men were involved in the arrest of the Boston Marathon Bombing suspect. They were killed one month later in a freak training accident. Their deaths-while-on-duty was not prominently featured in television or newspaper media.
Obviously, the coincidences regarding both deaths only one month after the Boston Marathon Bombing,raise questions. What exactly caused them both to fall from a helicopter into the ocean? Official Reports regarding their deaths, are highly redacted, and do not show what investigators found to be the actual cause of the helicopter issues blamed for their uncontrolled decent. The cause of death was determined to be blunt force trama...
After much Investigation, I am certain Middlesex County Massachusetts Sheriff James Dipaola was murdered to protect powerful individuals from being implemented in a 'Cash for Jobs' mafia-style tribute system, being run by machine democrats in Massachusetts. After the sheriffs mysterious death at a hotel in Maine, the Attorney General conveniently wrapped her investigation, stating that the untimely death of sheriff Dipaola made further investigation impossible. Despite the suspicious circumstances, but not surprisingly, there has not been any investigation to speak of into the Sheriff's death, and certainly not by the Massachusetts Attorney General's office. Listen to the Reality Check Radio show - dated 11-29-10 for the full report.
General George S Patton, American Hero, and one of the greatest Military Generals who ever lived, was also a world class athlete. He competed in the 1912 olympic games, in the sport of pentathlon. It was the fifth olympics of the modern era, and West Point Military academy selected Patton to represent the United States. Pentathlon consists of a two and a half mile cross country run, a 1000 meter (.62 mile) swim, horse back riding, fencing, and pistol shooting. As the lone athlete from the United states, Patton bested the other 31 athletes, from the 9 other countries competing. During the pistol shooting competition however, Patton did not get credit for a bulls-eye shot, because he was so consistent, that the bullet passed perfectly through the hole of a previous shot. It cost him the gold metal. Patton, on behalf of the United States, still beat every other nation, except Sweden, who sponsored 12 pentathlon competitors, which finished 1 through 4.
The Conference on the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty (U.N. ATT) has broken down and will not report a draft treaty to the member nations.
This is a big victory for American gun owners, and the NRA is being widely credited for killing the U.N. ATT.
For nearly 20 years, the NRA has worked tirelessly to warn American gun owners about the United Nations’ efforts to undermine the constitutional rights of law-abiding American gun owners by putting in place international controls on small arms.
NRA became a recognized Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and has monitored all U.N. activities that could impact on our Second Amendment rights. As a result, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre testified before the U.N. (2012 remarks, 2011 remarks) making it clear that the NRA would fight any international treaty that included civilian arms.
NRA worked with our allies in the U.S. Congress and successfully assembled strong bipartisan opposition to any treaty that adversely impacts the Second Amendment. On two occasions NRA was successful in convincing a majority of the U.S. Senate to sign letters to President Obama that made it clear that any treaty that included civilian arms was not going to be ratified by the U.S. Senate.