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Abel Reyna’s Safe Space

November 20, 2015

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Abel Reyna's Safe Space

Not even the Waco Tribune-Herald can tease McLennan County District Attorney Abelino Reyna (see video below) out of his safe space. “Safe space” became the official, trending buzzword this month after student protesters at the University of Missouri in Columbia declared that an encampment they had set up was a “safe space,” and therefore a […]

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I’ll Be Back

November 11, 2015

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I'll Be Back

Rebel is taking a nap. I’ll be back in a few days. Happy Veterans Day.

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Biker Shootout Or Police Abuse

October 30, 2015

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Biker Shootout Or Police Abuse

Whoever released the video featured in a CNN report by correspondent Ed Lavandera yesterday titled “Knives, guns, blood and fear: Inside the Texas biker shootout” remains a stone cold whodunit. Although cynics might take the caption in the upper right corner that read “Waco Police Department” for a clue, Waco police spokesman W. Patrick Swanton […]

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The Twin Peaks Massacre Coverup

September 7, 2015

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The Twin Peaks Massacre Coverup

This is the 114th day of the Twin Peaks Massacre coverup. It is worth noting for two lamentable reasons. First, the degree to which government officials have been uncooperative, obstructive and evasive about the Massacre is prima facie evidence that there is an official coverup. There was no probable cause to believe that most of […]

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What We Learned About Waco This Weekend

July 12, 2015

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What We Learned About Waco This Weekend

The Twin Peaks Massacre has always, clearly, been an ATF or FBI operation gone terribly wrong. The Waco police and most of official Waco have been lying about it since May 17. A couple of pieces of evidence became generally available this weekend that shine a little light into this black hole of deceit. First, […]

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Justice Denied In Waco

June 8, 2015

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Justice Denied In Waco

About 500 Harley riders convened outside the McLennan County Courthouse yesterday seeking justice for the nine men who were killed in a parking lot on May 17; justice for the approximately 17 men who were wounded; for the ten more who were less severely injured; for the 176 people who were indiscriminately rounded like runaway […]

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Waco So Far

June 4, 2015

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Waco So Far

It has been 19 days since the worst episode of “biker violence“ in the history of the United States. There were no homicides at Hollister in 1947 or at two “motorcycle riots” in Riverside, California in the ensuing year. There were three homicides in Harrah’s Casino during the Laughlin Riot in 2002. There was one […]

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Memorial Day 2015

May 25, 2015

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Memorial Day 2015

This is the day set aside to honor our Republic of Suffering: The survivors of the men and women who have given their lives for America. This holiday began as a day of remembrance by the suffering survivors of the dead during the American Civil War, a conflict that claimed between 620,000 and 850,000 lives. […]

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The Iron Order Racketeering Enterprise

March 5, 2015

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This story was published on March 5, 2015 and edited on March 27 as follows: The original story contained language that suggested that both Joseph Elliott “Captain America” Hamilton and Meridian police officer Donald “Motor Cop” Jenkins were members of the Iron Order Motorcycle Club and that, as officers of the court, they should cooperate […]

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Clarifying Yesterday’s News

February 13, 2015

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You can define propaganda as “the release of specific information and misinformation to achieve a specific effect.” Propaganda isn’t the truth or even a good faith attempt at the truth. Propaganda is always a cynical lie. And in the last few days this page has been pummeled with propaganda: From at least two, soulless, government […]

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Where Is Stupid?

January 3, 2015

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The sometime commenter who identifies himself as “ironhorzmn” uses an IP address that pings back to Wellton, Arizona. This is how he spent his Christmas vacation. December 28 [email protected] 65.49.216.57 Submitted on 2014/12/28 at 12:44 pm “I think I’m taking this harder than anyone else.” What I’m saying here is that no one else seems […]

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Veterans Day

November 11, 2014

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In the United States, today is Veterans Day. The Brits still call it Armistice Day which was what America called the eleventh day of the eleventh month until 1954. And, last Friday marked the tenth anniversary of a landmark on the road from what this day once was to what it has become and what […]

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Shaun Diamond Memorial

November 7, 2014

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Shaun Diamond, the 45-year-old Swat officer who was somehow shot in the back of his head by a Mongol named David Martinez was memorialized yesterday in a ceremony grander than those that used to be reserved for dead presidents. Not even dead presidents get escorted to their graves by a convoy of Bearcat armored vehicles. […]

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