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Archive for May 16th, 2017

Ex-Justice Official Blasts Attorney General Session for Tougher Drug Sentence Policy

Vanita Gupta

Vanita Gupta

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Vanita Gupta, the former head of the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, has joined in the chorus of people critical of Attorney General Jeff Sessions new call for a harsher sentencing policy for drugs, Yahoo! News reports.

Gupta calls the policy “incredibly disappointing.”

Gupta, who also served as principal deputy assistant attorney general in the Obama administration, told Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric that the new policy marked a “resounding step backwards into the 1980s of failed policies in our criminal justice system that resulted in us having the highest incarceration rate of industrialized nations in the world.”

“It’s a real throwback in a lot of ways, and very troubling,” Gupta said, adding that mass incarceration is ineffective as a means of promoting public safety.

Ex-Secret Service Agent Who Owns Texas Gun Store Installs A Flash Fog System to Battle Theft

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Former Secret Service Agent Thom Bolsch, owner of Saddle River Range in The Woodlands, Tex., has figured out a trap for thieves.

He has installed a custom-made FastFog System from a company in Canada. The system is triggered when a thief breaks in his store. It essentially spews fog and blinds a thief, making it difficult to see the guns, KTRK reports. (See video below)

James Comey Should Have Been Fired Last Year, NY Post Column Says

Former FBI Director James Comey

Former FBI Director James Comey

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

There are many critics who think President Donald Trump should never have fired FBI Director James Comey.

Then there’s folks like Michael Walsh, an author, screenwriter and contributing editor at PJ Media, who thinks Comey should have been fired by President Barack Obama.

In a column in the New York Post, he writes:

Let’s cut right to the chase: James Comey should have been fired immediately following his disastrous press briefing last July, in which he candidly laid out the case against Hillary Clinton over her mishandling of classified information and then refused to recommend charges. Overstepping his authority while radiating sanctimony, arrogating power while clumsily intervening in the election, Comey deserved to be sacked on the spot.

Everything since has been one long slow twist in the wind for Comey, a former US attorney in Manhattan, where his most notable accomplishment was sending Martha Stewart to jail.

Ignore for the moment Comey’s series of missteps resulting from the Clinton investigation and his increasingly erratic and unconvincing public fan dance as he sent the nation into electoral paroxysms over the past 10 months.

On his watch, the FBI continued its politically correct, see-no-evil attitude toward radical Islam and thus failed to prevent the atrocity in San Bernardino; it also investigated the Orlando nightclub shooter for 10 months before closing its case, allowing him to kill or wound 102 people. Meanwhile, the federal office of personnel management was hacked by the Chinese, resulting in a serious data breach. That’s failure on an unacceptable level.