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Ebola Solution? Non-toxic new product not getting traction it deserves!

With the inconsistencies being reported by all kinds of “experts”, lets look at some of the facts……

Is Ebola airborne? How can it not be?!

  • Fact:   Hemorrhagic fever viruses enter the bloodstream through various mechanisms (eg, the bite of a mosquito or tick, inhalation, mucous membrane exposure, parenteral exposure), and all (except hantaviruses) cause disease during the period of viremia. (Check this source!
  • Fact:  There is a NON TOXIC EPA approved product (safe enough to decontaminate baby pacifiers) that has been slightly modified with natural ingredients to be able to FOG mass vectors of areas, safely…with people inhaling the product with beneficial results!  It kills 99.9% of the virus types and will kill Ebola!
  • Fact:  Getting through the government bureaucracy to get it to the people…nightmare.
  • Fact:  CDC states solution to Ebola outbreak is more of the same…isolate carriers, track down exposed, isolate those with symptoms.
  • Fact:  CDC’s Dr. Freidan says solution for healthcare exposure is more training and government oversight with a federal employee in every hospital to manage exposures.
  • Fact:  That is more of our taxpayer dollars at waste!
  • Fact:  This product needs to be taken seriously, tested quickly and mass distributed in the US and used immediately with our troops entering W. Africa to contain vectors of exposure…fight the Boko Haram and keep President Jonathon in office.
  • Fact:  Oil companies are pulling their people of their rigs in that area of the world, airline companies want to suspend flights, people who are exposed need containment solutions immediately.
  • Big Pharma wants to provide the solution….more vaccinations!
  • Former 10th Group Spec. Ops Col. saw the need for its use in anti-terrorism and worked with chemists to stabilize the solution to have a shelf life of up to 6 years.  It can be distributed through the fogging system, wipes, sprays or in “bug bomb” type canisters.  There has been talk with Dallas schools transportation,  Major US commercial airlines and the need for immediate investors is imminent.  If you or someone you know can help bring this to the attention of people who care, please contact us to connect.
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EPA has already approved it for other use and with someone taking the lead to use it (Dallas schools saw it, asked for a bid…no response since..interesting huh? However, now a major US airline is looking at it…) it will prove successful! I’m behind this former 10th group Col. who saw the need for it in counter terrorism, worked with a chemist to stabilize it for a 6 year shelf life and reached out to me for investors to help him get their team to W. Africa where they have partnered with a milk plant to mass produce it. We know the need here is NOW and I’m confident someone will step up. Then he can head to the armpit of the world and save some lives to prove the rest! The political implications for W. Africa is very important so that Pres. Jonathon can overcome the terror groups who control much of the territories now and win the election in Jan. Without him, highly likely that the whole country will be ruled by these violent thugs and we can expect them to pass it onto us just for the fun of it. Not to mention the oil companies are in a panic over the entire situation. Most popular drug in W. Africa right now? One that reduces your fever so you can move through customs and travel! YEP…ITS COMING FOLKS!

What happens if you are considered “dangerous”?

Gun owners wary of government overreach in the name of “public safety,” take heed.

We all agree that laws should seek to keep firearms out of the hands of dangerous people. But the details of these laws are important. Who is considered “dangerous”? What information supports that decision? Who gets to make “dangerousness” determinations and by what standards? Who provides oversight or review of these decisions? Could such a determination apply to you? If you were unfairly and inaccurately labeled dangerous, would you have effective recourse to clear your name?

Now imagine a country in which the government maintains a secret list of what it considers dangerous people. No one outside the government is allowed to see the list or know who is on it. No one outside the government is allowed to know the information that led to a person’s inclusion on the list.

Yet being on the list has very serious consequences. It means a person is being watched, and his or her activities are being documented. It can lead to a denial of freedoms, like the freedom to use ordinary modes of interstate and international travel. These denials, in turn, can hurt a person’s educational, business, or personal prospects, not just freedom of movement. If they are obvious enough, they can damage the person’s reputation in the community.

The person will know weird things are happening, like denials of rights and services, but he or she won’t know why. In some cases, the person will be told he or she can fill out a form to have someone in the government investigate the matter. Months or maybe years later, the person will receive some sort of “determination.” It will neither confirm nor deny the person is on the list. It will neither confirm nor deny that further restrictions will occur. It will simply tell the person the case has been reviewed, and perhaps, that the person can ask a court for relief.

If the person does ask a court for relief, the person still won’t have access to any of the government’s information about his or her case. The government will insist that this information will be provided to the court for the court’s own consideration, but no one except the government will know whether the court really did get all the information. The person will get to describe his or her experience to the court, but he or she won’t get to answer the specific evidence or allegations the government presents in secret to the court. He or she won’t even know what accusations the government is making.

After additional months or years, the court will make a decision on the case and either determine the government followed its own secret procedures for including the person on the list or it didn’t. If the court finds the procedures were not followed, it can refer the case back to the government and order the government to correct the problems. But the person himself or herself will not get to know what is supposed to be fixed or be able to evaluate whether or not the fix was made (other than noticing whether the mistreatment and deprivations continue).

The government, however, will insist that this is all for the benefit of public safety and order and that the people involved are professionals who can be trusted. It will defend these practices as fair to the individual, because even though the individual will have no idea what is happening or why it’s happening, bureaucrats and judges will be looking out for the individual’s best interests.

This may sound like a dystopian novel of a dark future or an account from place a like North Korea. In fact, this is a summary of facts from the case of Latif, et al. v. Eric. H. Holder, Jr., in his official capacity as Attorney General of the United States. This case examines the shadowy world of the U.S. government’s Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB), otherwise known as the “Terrorist Watchlist.” The plaintiffs include American citizens and permanent residents, some of them U.S. military veterans, who the government denied the opportunity to travel in commercial aircraft originating from, landing in, or traveling over U.S. airspace. They were not told why, and when they went through the “administrative appeals” process, they were not given relief or explanations. They claimed, however, that the government’s actions arose from their inclusion on the “No-Fly List,” a component of the TSDB.

Eventually, their cases found their way to the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. Last August, the courtissued an opinion that concluded these deprivations intruded upon the plaintiffs’ constitutionally-protected liberties of international air travel and of being free from false government stigmatization. Although the government refused to admit whether or not the plaintiffs were actually on the government’s No-Fly List, it was willing to stipulate for the purpose of the court case that they could be. After the August decision, the court ordered additional proceedings to determine if the procedures the government provides to protect the rights of passengers on the No-Fly list are constitutionally permissible.

On Tuesday, in a strong rebuke to government secrecy and overreach, District Judge Anna J. Brown held the government’s procedures were legally inadequate. Specifically, Judge Brown found the procedures for contesting inclusion on the No-fly list violated procedural due process and were “arbitrary and capricious,” in violation of the federal Administrative Procedures Act (APA).

Regarding the due process claims, the court focused upon the extremely low (and entirely one-sided) “reasonable suspicion” threshold for the government to place someone on the No-Fly List. While this standard requires more than a hunch, it is even less than what is required to arrest someone for a crime. The court found that this could lead to erroneous inclusions on the No-Fly List and noted that even the government’s own reviews had found “many errors” on the list that had persisted for years, even after they were identified.

Judge Brown also found the court procedures necessary to correct erroneous listing were ineffective, as people challenging their listings have to guess at the accusations against them and what sort of evidence they should present on their own behalf. Moreover, the challengers have no opportunity to correct errors or omissions in the record the government presents to the court. Thus, people who pose no demonstrable risk whatsoever could be snared by the list and unable to extricate themselves from it.

Regarding the APA claims, the court held the No-Fly list review process “entirely fails” Congress’ instruction that passengers delayed or denied boarding as security threats be able “to appeal such a determination and correct information in the system.”

Judge Brown ordered the government to correct these deficiencies by creating a review process for the No-Fly list that includes notice of one’s placement on the list and a sufficient explanation of the reasons to allow the affected person to submit evidence in response to those reasons. She also ruled the plaintiffs’ evidence has to be included in the record at every stage of review.

How is this relevant to gun owners? As we have reported, anti-gunners in Congress have been engaged in a long-term effort to make inclusion on the Terrorist Watchlist a basis to deny a person his or her Second Amendment rights. Meanwhile, we have also reported on efforts to portray ordinary, law-abiding gun owners as “terrorists” or public safety threats simply because of their views on the Second Amendment. Judge Brown’s opinion validates concerns we have raised about the constitutional and legal problems inherent in the government using secret and essentially unchallengeable lists as a basis to deny people their rights.

While this and other recent judicial curbs to President Obama’s executive actions are welcome developments, the fight is far from over. Some gun controllers are becoming more sophisticated in their tactics. Rather than challenging law-abiding gun owners head-on, they create ominous-sounding categories of presumptively “dangerous” people who they claim shouldn’t be allowed to have guns. Once the category is established, however, permissive standards of inclusion allow it to continually expand until its original justification becomes unrecognizable. We recently reported on one such attempt by the Chair of the Federal “Gun Violence Prevention Task Force.”

The Bill of Rights, and the Second Amendment itself, are expressions of the belief that ultimate authority rests with the people and that the government can only go so far in pursuing its objectives. While we all have a duty to obey the laws, the government likewise must respect and adhere to those constitutional limits to maintain the trust, goodwill, and support of the American people.

CIA Operation “Zero Footprint”

The Real Motive For The Obama Administration’s Recent Arrest.    Qatar, Benghazi and the connection to Ahmed Abu Khattala

After the attack on Benghazi and the connection to supplying arms to Libyan rebels by the Admin, many started putting the pieces together as to why Ambassador Stevens was there in the first place. A review by a retired CIA friend pointed out that there is always more to the story and said, “Thanks for sharing this. Actually, they are not presenting all of the facts on the gang of 8. There is a class that some in the clandestine service at CIA have to take if they work with any type of lawmakers and its called ‘sharing secrets with lawmakers’ sounds corny but that’s what its really called. And you are taught how to wiggle your way around “legally” to make things like this happen and how to make them ‘legal’. its the nasty side of covert action that came into existence when lawyers got involved. The way they do it is the minimum that a covert operation and action has to be authorized is 4 votes and signatures from the gang of 8. So not all 8 have to be present during meetings. The 4 ruling was created in the event of an emergency that 4 could get the actions executed.

The end result has been a political tool for all presidents and bush was very successful at it and we used the gang of 4 ruling for extraordinary rendition and CIA’s RDI program all the time. It was so successful, Nancy Pelosi constantly cried that she was not in the know and that CIA had been doing things behind her back. It even garnered national press back in the day when it was occurring so frequently for the renditions of high value targets and detainees. Later, we presented 40 posterboard sized documents of her signature which was automatically done up if the gang of 8 signed off on an action. She was furious but legally there was nothing she could do. We did it and got away with it for 8 years under bush and it looks like they are doing the same thing under Obama. Which is not surprising!”

Sandy Hook Hoax a possibility? The more digging, the more real the question.

Fast forward to 32:38 to start.  Preston’s claims about who knew about this in the Obama Admin. and the Charities set up the day before approx. 38:00 into the interview.

We can no longer trust what we see on TV, just like we cannot trust everything on the Net. Read this, listen to the interview, question the facts and decide for yourself what pieces are missing here.

The transcripts are too long to post, so please visit our friends at for both the radio interview and the details.  What I want to know, is where is the data on the children who were killed, their school records showing they were in fact students and families in the district?  There must be families who know these kids and parents who witnessed burials and know this to be factually based.  Where are they?  The only replies I have ever seen online were from people “claiming they know families” but I have yet to see many of them interviewed and their facts checked and someone to undoubtedly prove that it was real.  You would think there would be some outrage at the claims of this being a hoax?  If I was one of those families who lost my child and I was an anti-gun activist, I’d make sure people got my point!   Why isn’t there an investigative journalists from mainstream doing this research?

The reason I keep interest in any of this “hoax” drama is based on first hand interviews I have actually done with store owners on the ATF investigation that insued immediately after the event.  Crazy enough, it appears Eric Holder was on the ground at Sandy Hook during the event.   The facts behind how they “thought there was an AR15” vs. saying there actually was one being used, came at a time that also appeared to coincide with reports taken about what guns were sold to the mother.  Prior to that, they only thought he had a handgun, but as soon as they learned that…all of a sudden its now specifically an AR15?!

I don’t want to believe that this was a hoax because it is an absolutely disgusting thought that our government is so far gone in corruption and manipulation of the American people through the press, but I can’t say I wouldn’t be surprised anymore.  Someone needs to dig even deeper into this!

2A supporters dumping Microsoft 365, One Drive, Outlook, and more!

Thank you to writer, Steve Johnson for evaluating all policies and giving us a heads up on the Microsoft products which I will be cancelling as of this moment!

Since 2009 Microsoft’s Code of Conduct has been applied to more and more of their online service. If a service is covered by this Code of Conduct, users of it are prohibited from using it in  “any way that promotes or facilitates the sale of ammunition and firearms” (See bullet point #13).

Almost all of Microsoft’s online services are by now covered under this “Code of Conduct”. These services include Windows Live, Office 365, Microsoft Sharepoint,,, Windows OneDrive, Exchange Online, MSN and a number of other services.

The only major Microsoft services this does not apply to is, at the time of this blog post, Skype, Microsoft Azure and XBox Live. I expect Skype will eventually fall under the Code of Conduct.

Windows OneDrive, formally known as Microsoft SkyDrive, is built into Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8 for Phones and Windows 8 for Tablets. If you work in the gun industry you should avoid these products. You could wake up one morning to find your account terminated and all your emails, contacts, calendar etc. deleted.

Windows Live powers a number of Microsoft services including Microsoft’s cloud email and cloud Office suite. Windows Live, and Exchange Online power many large institutions including colleges and high schools. Don’t use any Microsoft-hosted email systems to buy or sell guns, unless you are willing to risk getting kicked out of college (especially if you have signed documents agreeing to abide by Microsofts Terms of Use)

If you use Microsoft Office in your gun business, make sure you do not use the Office 365 service to share business-related files.

Here at TFB the only Microsoft service we use is Skype. If Microsoft bans gun-related business over Skype, we will most likely switch to Google Hangouts.

It is sad to think that the Gun Club @ Microsoft was once a relatively large club. Point and Click no more

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ATTACK ON VETS: $19.5 million tax payer dollars to pay STATES for expanded NICS?

This amendment would add an additional $19.5 million to pay states to turn in more names to the federal gun-ban (NICS) list. The vote was on a Mike Thompson (D-CA) and Peter King (R-NY) amendment to H.R. 4660, the Commerce-Justice-Science funding bill.  Both Representatives hold an “F” rating with Gun Owners of America.

Already, more than 175,000 law-abiding veterans have lost their Second Amendment rights this way.  And, in states like New York, this money will pay to strip Americans of their constitutional rights, merely because they consult a psychiatrist and are prescribed a therapeutic drug.

SO…essentially, we this would discourage people who need mental health help to avoid seeking that treatment, thereby making the people they are afraid of most…even worse!  And if you have ever been prescribed an anti-depressant or therapeutic drug on a list of “psychiatric” medications, you will also be reported to the ever so popular, NICS list.  

HERE’S YOUR LIST OF THE GOOD GUYS……. Go to and sign up for these alerts and easy to send emails to your representatives. 

Below are the U.S. House Members who voted NO on the Thompson-King amendment.

A NO vote is the pro-gun position.  


Aderholt (AL-4)

Amash (MI-3)

Bachmann (MN-6)

Barr (KY-6)

Barrow (GA-12)

Barton (TX-6)

Bentivolio (MI-11)

Bilirakis (FL-12)

Bishop (UT-1)

Black (TN-6)

Blackburn (TN-7)

Boustany (LA-3)

Brady (TX-8)

Bridenstine (OK-1)

Brooks (AL-5)

Broun (GA-10)

Burgess (TX-26)

Byrne (AL-1)

Calvert (CA-42)

Carter (TX-31)

Cassidy (LA-6)

Chabot (OH-1)

Coble (NC-6)

Cole (OK-4)

Collins (GA-9)

Collins (NY-27)

Conaway (TX-11)

Cook (CA-8)

Cotton (AR-4)

Crawford (AR-1)

Culberson (TX-7)

Daines (MT-al)

DeSantis (FL-6)

DesJarlais (TN-4)

Duncan (SC-3)

Duncan (TN-2)

Ellmers (NC-2)

Farenthold (TX-27)

Fincher (TN-8)

Fleischmann (TN-3)

Fleming (LA-4)

Flores (TX-17)

Forbes (VA-4)

Foxx (NC-5)

Franks (AZ-8)

Gardner (CO-4)

Garrett (NJ-5)

Gingrey (GA-11)

Gohmert (TX-1)

Gosar (AZ-4)

Granger (TX-12)

Graves (GA-14)

Graves (MO-6)

Griffin (AR-2)

Griffith (VA-9)

Guthrie (KY-2)

Hall (TX-4)

Harper (MS-3)

Harris (MD-1)

Hensarling (TX-5)

Holding (NC-13)

Hudson (NC-8)

Huelskamp (KS-1)

Huizenga (MI-2)

Hultgren (IL-14)

Hunter (CA-50)

Jenkins (KS-2)

Johnson (OH-6)

Johnson, Sam (TX-3)

Jordan (OH-4)

King (IA-4)

Kingston (GA-1)

Kline (MN-2)

Labrador (ID-1)

LaMalfa (CA-1)

Lamborn (CO-5)

Latta (OH-5)

Long (MO-7)

Lucas (OK-3)

Lummis (WY-al)

Marchant (TX-24)

Massie (KY-4)

McAllister (LA-5)

McCarthy (CA-23)

McCaul (TX-10)

McClintock (CA-4)

McHenry (NC-10)

Meadows (NC-11)

Messer (IN-6)

Mica (FL-7)

Miller (FL-1))

Miller (MI-10)

Mullin (OK-2)

Neugebauer (TX-19)

Nugent (FL-11)

Nunes (CA-22)

Nunnelee (MS-1)

Olson (TX-22)

Pearce (NM-2)

Perry (PA-4)

Peterson (MN-7)

Petri (WI-6)

Pittenger (NC-9)

Poe (TX-2)

Pompeo (KS-4)

Posey (FL-8)

Price (GA-6)

Rahall (WV-3)

Roby (AL-2)

Roe (TN-1)

Rogers (AL-3)

Rohrabacher (CA-48)

Rokita (IN-4)

Rooney (FL-17)

Salmon (AZ-5)

Sanford (SC-1)

Scalise (LA-1)

Schweikert (AZ-6)

Scott, Austin (GA-8)

Sessions (TX-32)

Shimkus (IL-15)

Simpson (ID-2)

Smith (MO-8)

Smith (NE-3)

Smith (TX-21)

Southerland (FL-2)

Stewart (UT-2)

Stockman (TX-36)

Stutzman (IN-3)

Terry (NE-2)

Thornberry (TX-13)

Tipton (CO-3)

Walberg (MI-7)

Walorski (IN-2)

Weber (TX-14)

Webster (FL-10)

Wenstrup (OH-2)

Westmoreland (GA-3)

Williams (TX-25)

Wilson (SC-2)

Wittman (VA-1)

Womack (AR-3)

Yoder (KS-3)

Yoho (FL-3)

Young (AK-al)

The story the guys are telling about Bergdahl

“We were at OP Mest, Paktika Province, Afghanistan. It was a small outpost where B Co 1-501st INF (Airbone) ran operations out of, just an Infantry platoon and ANA counterparts there. The place was an Afghan graveyard. Bergdahl had been acting a little strange, telling people he wanted to “walk the earth” and kept a little journal talking about how he was meant for better things. No one thought anything about it. He was a little “out there”. Next morning he’s gone. We search everywhere, and can’t find him. He left his weapon, his kit, and other sensitive items. He only took some water, a compass and a knife. We find some afghan kids shortly after who saw an american walking north asking about where the taliban are. We get hits on our voice intercepter that Taliban has him, and we were close. We come to realize that the kid deserted his post, snuck out of camp and sought out Taliban… to join them. We were in a defensive position at OP Mest, where your focus is to keep people out. He knew where the blind spots were to slip out and that’s what he did. It was supposed to be a 4-day mission but turned into several months of active searching. Everyone was spun up to find this guy. News outlets all over the country were putting out false information. It was hard to see, especially when we knew the truth about what happened and we lost good men trying to find him. PFC Matthew Michael Martinek, Staff Sgt. Kurt Robert Curtiss, SSG Clayton Bowen, PFC Morris Walker, SSG Michael Murphrey, 2LT Darryn Andrews, were all KIA from our unit who died looking for Bergdahl. Many others from various units were wounded or killed while actively looking for Bergdahl. Fighting Increased. IEDs and enemy ambushes increased. The Taliban knew that we were looking for him in high numbers and our movements were predictable. Because of Bergdahl, more men were out in danger, and more attacks on friendly camps and positions were conducted while we were out looking for him. His actions impacted the region more than anyone wants to admit. There is also no way to know what he told the Taliban: Our movements, locations, tactics, weak points on vehicles and other things for the enemy to exploit are just a few possibilities. The Government knows full well that he deserted. It looks bad and is a good propaganda piece for the Taliban. They refuse to acknowledge it. Hell they even promoted him to Sergeant which makes me sick. I feel for his family who only want their son/brother back. They don’t know the truth, or refuse to acknowledge it as well. What he did affected his family and his whole town back home, who don’t know the truth. Either way what matters is that good men died because of him. He has been lying on all those Taliban videos about everything since his “capture”. If he ever returns, he should be tried under the UCMJ for being a deserter and judged for what he did. Bergdahl is not a hero, he is not a soldier or an Infantryman. He failed his brothers. Now, sons and daughters are growing up without their fathers who died for him and he will have to face that truth someday.”

Heroes KIA for Bergdahl

POTUS new Taliban HERO! Bergdahl release a travesty. Negotiating with terrorists a national disgrace!

Little does the American public know about the circumstances surrounding the “capture” of Bowie Berghdahl.  Special Forces operators and others involved in this travesty tell us stories of how Berghdahl willingly left in search of Taliban and to possibly even join them. Bottom line is that he purposefully dissented and there were many lives lost looking for him after his delusional “walk about”.  To give him a promotion and hero status is a slap in the face to every serviceman who lost his life in pursuit of him!  You won’t be seeing those facts in the mainstream press, rather they are too busy pushing anything anti Republican to stay on the POTUS agenda. Republicans are actually being painted as somehow wrong for questioning the actions of the POTUS in negotiating the release of 5 hardened Taliban leaders with the blood of American’s on their hands, for this mental case?!  Just another reason to believe the President is more than a “sympathizer” with Islamic leadership around the world. Hell, POTUS is their hero after Saturday after this sneaky deal he made without Intelligence Committee Chairman’s oversight.  How much more does the liberal left need to see in order to convince them they are supporting a walking time bomb waiting for every opportunity to destroy this country and reduce it to a socialist system? The Muslim Brotherhood is now a legitimate political party? Its insanity!   MORE to follow from soldiers who know the real story and are disgusted.

Marine Lance Cpl. Kyle Carpenter to receive Medal of Honor

South Carolina resident, Marine Lance Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, the only living military member of Taliban attack will receive the Medal of Honor next month at the White House.

Carpenter threw himself on a grenade while under Taliban attack on a rooftop while on duty in Afghanistan in 2010. His flag came after he was airlifted from that rooftop after being pronounced PEA, or patient expired on arrival, according to a statement he made in a video released detailing a portion of his story.

He was fighting alongside Lance Cpl. Nick Eufrazio, who lived after the attack.

Del Wilber – “Defending Our America” Life of Duty TV

Del Wilber, Brief Bio

Del W. Wilber brings over thirty years of experience in Security and Counterterrorism as a former Intelligence Officer serving with the Central Intelligence Agency in Eastern and Western Europe. He attended the Agency’s Field Tradecraft Course and received additional training with the Office of Technical Services. He also completed the Department of States Foreign Service Institute and School of Area Studies. Del spent two years with the Department of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis serving as a liaison with DEA and State and Local Law Enforcement on the Southwest Border of the United States.

His expertise took him to Iraq from 2004-2007 where he served as an advisor for Counterterrorism and Counter-IED Operations to the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Multi-National Corps Iraq.
Del also served as the Counterterrorism Advisor and Consultant to the State Investigative and Protection Agency (SIPA) for the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the autonomous Republik of Srpska, as well as the CT SWAT Unit for the Ministry of the Interior. Del worked closely with and advised the other Balkan Nations including Servia, Croatia, Slovenia, Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo, and the Counterterrorism SWAT Units of Greece, Italy, Austria, Germany, Turkey and Great Britain. He has designed and executed CT training exercises involving multi-national CT SWAT Units. Del has also conducted extensive training in Security and Counterterrorism for a variety of Middle Eastern Governments including Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates.
Del has been invited to appear as a counterterrorism expert on a number of television programs, including the ‘Crime Time’ discussion panel, and he also appears as a regular member of the discussion panel on the NRA-TV Life of Duty series, ‘Defending Our America’.


Richard Feldman on MSNBC with Chris Hayes 5/22/14

Replace Wyatt Earp with Bloomberg and the new millenium malitia of BLM or better, HUD “Operators” in the inner cities.  Now tell me that isn’t racist and elitist?

Patriot Promotions Press Release – Jack Suber Announces Run for USPSA President 2016

It’s Official: Russian-made 7N6 5.45×39 Ammunition = BANNED

April 7, 2014


On March 5, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) received a  request from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) to conduct a test, examination and classification of Russian-made 7N6 5.45×39 ammunition for purposes of determining whether it is considered  “armor piercing ammunition” as defined by the Gun Control Act (GCA), as amended. Since 1986, the GCA has prohibited the importation of armor piercing ammunition unless it is destined for government use or testing.  The imported ammunition about which CBP was inquiring was not destined for either excepted purpose.

The Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA), as amended, defines the term “armor piercing ammunition” as:

“(i)      a projectile or projectile core which may be used in a handgun and which is constructed entirely (excluding the presence of traces of other substances) from one or a combination of tungsten alloys, steel, iron, brass, bronze, beryllium copper, or depleted uranium; or

(ii)        a  full jacketed projectile larger than .22 caliber designed and intended for use in a handgun and whose jacket has a weight of more than 25 percent of the total weight of the projectile.”  (emphasis added)

When ATF tested the 7N6 samples provided by CBP, they were found to contain a steel core.  ATF’s analysis also concluded that the ammunition could be used in a commercially available handgun, the Fabryka Bronie Radom, Model Onyks 89S, 5.45×39 caliber semi-automatic pistol, which was approved for importation into the United States in November 2011.  Accordingly, the ammunition is “armor piercing” under the section 921(a)(17)(B)(i) and is therefore not importable.  ATF’s determination applies only to the Russian-made 7N6 ammunition analyzed, not to all 5.45×39 ammunition.  Ammunition of that caliber using projectiles without a steel core would have to be independently examined to determine their importability.

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Rational Debate on Gun Control 

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BROWNSVILLE — A federal judge granted a government motion to drop all charges against a special agent with the Office of Inspector General under the Department of Homeland Security based in McAllen, court records show.

U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen earlier this month signed an order to drop, with prejudice, charges of conspiracy to falsify reports and falsifying reports against Marco Rodriguez, 41, of Mission.

“Marco steadfastly maintained his innocence in the face of immense pressure from the federal government,” said Michael Rodriguez, Marco Rodriguez’s attorney. “This dismissal is the first step in returning Marco’s good name, which he made for himself over 16 years of exemplary service as a federal agent.”

Marco Rodriguez’s other lawyer, Darrell L. Fun, praised the ruling.

“It was a long and difficult fight for justice in Marco’s case, but in the end the government did the right thing and justice prevailed,” Fun said.

The agent was charged along with his former supervisor, Eugenio Pedraza, 49, of McAllen, who was in charge of the McAllen office of the DHS-OIG.

Pedraza, who is scheduled for trial in March 2014, has pleaded not guilty to 13 counts of falsifying federal investigation reports in the wake of an internal FBI investigation and a Washington, D.C.-area grand jury indictment. Pedraza was Rodriguez’s supervisor in the McAllen office of the DHS self-investigative wing, and both men were indicted in early April in Brownsville.

The 31-page indictment names seven cases involving U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Border Patrol officials who were suspected of helping drug and human smuggling operations working ports of entry in Brownsville and Pharr.

The Justice Department alleges the scheme was meant to hide Pedraza’s failure to ensure investigations were conducted thoroughly and properly.

Michael Rodriguez said since the charges against his client were dropped with prejudice, federal prosecutors cannot re-file them.

“A dismissal with prejudice prevents federal prosecutors from re-filing the same charges and is a complete and total vindication of Rodriguez,” Michael Rodriguez said.