Skip to comments.Armored Federal Agents Raid Texas Secessionist Meeting.
Posted on 03/03/2015 8:48:16 AM PST by grumpygresh
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Armored Federal Agents Raid Texas Secessionist Meeting.
Didn’t the Mexicans try that. Once?
It is blatantly illegal to coin money. That being said, if they stamped out weighed quantities of precious metals and put a stamp of authenticity on them, it is functionally a coin, but doesn't meet the prohibition of making actual coins.
They have my attention. We desperately need to come up with some medium of exchange that cuts Washington D.C. out of tampering with our stores of value.
Inflation is slowly thieving the value we put into our money. They are stealing our money through their bad economic policies.
How many raids in San Fran, Deeboristan and the like??
Oh, they’re only after ‘home grown’ (white/Christian) ‘terrorists’
I went to A&M. College Station and Bryan are right next to each other. Bryan is by far the larger of the two. College Station is hardly more than a few blocks around the Campus. They are often referred to as Bryan/College Station.
That culminated in 97 with a kidnapping and armed stand-off. Guv Bush convinced the federal agents to stay back allowing the Rangers and DPS to handle it. Some of them surrendered but a couple tried to escape into the desert and were killed.
ROT never ended, they just changed their techniques saying they were good ROT, different from the bad ROT that was causing all the problems.
Now they are back to their old tricks.
Back in those days ROT, militia, posse comitatus, sovereign citizens, etc were considered to be freaky fringe groups. Now they are considered to be mainstream GOP groups. The freepers worship Warlord Bundy and his militia for the armed stand-off with Clark County sheriff's dept. and BLM in Nevada.
Yesterday was also “Alamo day”
“Thought crimes lead to SWAT raids.”
Actually, counterfeit court’s summons served on a banker and a judge by some whackos, led to a legitimate warrant being served by local, state and federal law enforcement.
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