Tammy on April 15, 2017
JFK Airport. This is an early report, but if it turns out to be true, we’re obviously dealing with a genius here. I’ll update with information as it becomes available. Via CBS NY. Sources tell CBS2 news that U.S. Customs Building 77 at John F. Kennedy Airport in Queens has been evacuated after officials found mail containing six hand grenades. Sources say the bomb squad is investigating the incident. U.S. Customs Building 77 is not a terminal and there are no JFK passengers inside the building.
Tammy on May 12, 2016
One of the reasons NATO is saying the missile defense operations are necessary for Romania and Poland is to protect against Iranian missiles. Which, we of course, have made possible. NATO’s reassurance to Russia also includes the assertion that these sites are way too south to ever be able to interfere with missiles Russia wants to launch. Isn’t that nice? Because who would want to interfere with that? Considering Russia is the country invading nations and annexing them, I’m sure proud we’re reassuring them they’re safe. I do look forward to the day when tyrants around the world seek to reassure us for a change. Via Stars and Stripes. The U.S. and NATO declared their missile interceptor system here ready...
Tammy on May 4, 2016
Of course not. But the president and his wife are no doubt ready for whatever TV show wants then next! So weird how the bureaucracy just isn’t interested in getting its act together. Like they can’t be bothered. Via CNS News. Two weeks after North Korea threatened to launch nuclear strikes against the U.S., the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported that the federal government has still not implemented all of the recommendations made eight years ago to prevent catastrophic blackouts caused by an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack. The recommendations were made in 2008 by the Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electro-Magnetic Pulse Attack (EMP Commission). Although the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department...
Tammy on April 23, 2016
This is somewhat good news, but two cases are still missing, and there’s been no arrest. They found the 30 cases based on a tip, so perhaps they’re close to an arrest. Via ABC. Most of the 32 cases of fireworks believed to have been stolen in transit have now been recovered thanks to a tip, officials said today, although no arrests have been made in the case. A senior law enforcement official told ABC News Friday that 32 cases of commercial grade fireworks were reported missing and were believed to be stolen from a CSX train shipment that originated in Chicago and ended in Detroit. The train went through Ohio, where officials believe the fireworks may have been stolen....