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Ex-Secret Service Agent Contends U.S. Bureaucracy Is ‘Very, Very Dangerous’

 

Daniel Bongino

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service agent who recently wrote a book about his experience with the federal agency, said the government’s growing bureaucracy is “very, very dangerous,” the Blaze reports.

Bongino, who wrote “Life Inside the Bubble: Why a Top-Ranked Secret Service Agent Walked Away from it All,” was speaking on the Glenn Beck program Thursday when he expressed grave concern over the growth of the U.S. bureaucracy.

“My experience in the government is, when something arrives on your desk, you assume it’s been through these massive layers of bureaucracy and management – that you don’t even ask the basic questions,” he explained.

Bongino is running for Congress and has pumped up his rhetoric since.

 

FBI, Police Take Novel Approach to Find Man Pointing Laser Beams at Descending Airplanes

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

When someone began pointing a high-powered laser beam at airplanes descending into Portland International Airport, police and FBI agents were determined to capture the perpetrator.

The Oregonian reports that agents and police flew planes over the area after dark until they could determine where the big green light was coming from.

After pinpointing an apartment building in Portland’s northeast side, authorities secretly installed surveillance until they could determine who was using the laser, which can be blinding to pilots.

The suspect, Stephen Bukucs, was arrested.

Most Dangerous States Are Not What You Might Expect

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Think of the most dangerous states in the U.S. and you’re likely to name places like Michigan, New York, California and Texas.

They have large cities with reputations for violence.

But newly released FBI statistics show the most dangerous states are Tennessee, Nevada and Alaska, the USA Today reports.

You are more likely to be a victim of violence in those states than any other in the country, according to the stats.