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Albuquerque Police Department to start manufacturing crack cocaine so they can arrest the people they sell it to

December 21, 2016 -

Wait a sec... Crack cocaine is an illegal substance, right? So now the police are going to possess it, manufacture it, sell it and then arrest citizens who buy it from them?

Yep. That's how some police tell themselves they are the "good guys" when they manufacture crack cocaine to sell to the "bad guys" who were making the crack cocaine before the police started making it.

In other words, the Albuquerque Police Department will now be engaged in the manufacture ...

Judge draws outrage after using woke bail reform group’s “safety tool” to free suspect in two murder cases

November 07, 2022 -

Adrian Avila, 18, was charged as one of four people who murdered 17-year-old Donnie Brandon in 2020. Brandon was shot multiple times in the head, chest and neck at Sandia Vista Park.

He was also charged in the 2021 killing of former corrections officer Elias Otero. He and an 18-year-old accomplice, Anna Bella Dukes, have both been charged with murder, armed robbery, conspiracy, tampering with evidence and kidnapping after using a social media app to lure Otero's brother ...

Inflation, economic downturn force Walmart to close under-performing stores

February 17, 2023 -

A spokesperson for the retail giant told KRQE 13 that a Walmart in southeast Albuquerque, New Mexico will be closed on March 10 for failing to meet financial projections. Local reports also disclosed that a Milwaukee store will be closed for the same reason. Moreover, Walmart will shutter three more stores in the Chicago area – with two of the three stores in the Windy City failing to meet company targets, WGN 9 reported.

"This decision was not made lightly ...

11 of the world’s most violent cities are in the U.S. and they all have one thing in common — one party runs them

February 03, 2023 -

There are 11 American cities listed among the world’s 50 most dangerous, according to the 2023 rankings from Numbeo, and they have one common factor -- they are all run by Democrats, and what's more, they have been for years -- decades, in most cases.

The Crime Index 2023 lists Baltimore at No. 15, Memphis at No. 18, and Detroit at No. 19. Two additional cities, No. 23 Albuquerque and No. 27 St. Louis, are among the top 30 worst.

Just the News reported, ...

In the past month, NINE recycling plants across the U.S. have burned down: What’s going on?

a month ago -

The latest casualty occurred in Pensacola, Fla., where thick plumes of black smoke were seen bellowing from the destroyed facility – watch the video below:

?#BREAKING: Numerous firefighters are batting a massive fire at a recycling center ???#Pensacola | #Florida??Right now multiple Firefighters are currently working to control a massive fire at a recycling center in Pensacola Florida. Multiple witnesses are reporting heavy…

— R A W S A L E R T ...

Flashback: ATF recruits mentally disabled people to entrap gun store owners

April 04, 2023 -

Case in point: The ATF began using mentally handicapped people long ago to try and get a gun store owner to commit a crime.

A Milwaukee newspaper reported in 2013 that the ATF had established storefront sting operations, where agents had recruited people with mental disabilities as informants. Initially, the use of such informants was attributed to "rogue agents" in Milwaukee, but it was later revealed that the practice of recruiting informants with "low IQ" was widespread ...

FBI chief was found dead after exposing sickening truth about the elite

October 09, 2022 -

(Article by Baxter Dmitry republished from

So it probably comes as a great surprise to learn that FBI chiefs weren’t always Deep State goons.

What if I told you there was an FBI chief who, before his death in 2011, blew the whistle on Satanism in the CIA, the Illuminati, elite pedophile rings, and more, and who took his message directly to the people – before he was cruelly cut down before his time?

Meet Ted Gunderson, Federal Bureau of Investigation ...

Walmart cuts another 2,000 warehouse jobs following retail store closure announcement

April 07, 2023 -

More than 1,000 people will be let go from a warehouse in Fort Worth, Tex., as will 600 people at a Pennsylvania fulfillment center; 40 people at a Florida warehouse; and 200 people in New Jersey, regulatory filings show. Additional reductions are also planned in California.

On March 23, hundreds of workers at five e-commerce fulfillment facilities were informed that they will need to find new jobs within the next 90 days at other company locations. The news came not long ...

ONLY IN AMERICA: Biden releases $77M to aid illegal immigration

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The announcement was made earlier by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. According to John Binder of Breitbart News, the recipients include NGOs like the Catholic Charities, United Way, Mission: Border Hope, and Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention, which depend on illegal immigration to maintain their operations.

Sanctuary cities, such as Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Albuquerque and New York are also recipients ...

Major retailers will keep shutting down their stores until organized retail crime gets under control

April 18, 2023 -

Chicago became the latest to experience retail closures when Walmart announced that it was shutting down four of its eight locations there – mostly located in the city's exceptionally crime-ridden south and west sides – because of tens of millions of dollars in annual losses. (Related: Walmart to close half of its stores in Chicago due to millions in annual losses – and a collapsing retail economy.)

Walmart has closed stores in several other cities, including Albuquerque, ...

Scientists discover evidence of SELF-HEALING METALS

July 21, 2023 -

The study, published in the journal Nature, found that pieces of pure platinum and copper spontaneously healed cracks caused by metal fatigue during nanoscale experiments. The experiments were designed specifically to study how such cracks form and spread in certain metals placed under a lot of stress.

"This was absolutely stunning to watch firsthand," said Brad Boyce, a materials scientist with the Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque. "What we have confirmed ...

More seniors are flocking to homeless shelters that are not equipped to care for them

June 06, 2023 -

They represent a specific vulnerable segment of the 70 million Americans from the baby boom generation, the youngest of whom turn 59 this 2023.

Advocates for the homeless in many big cities have observed an alarming spike in the number of elderly homeless with unique health and housing needs.

Some communities, like Phoenix and Orange County in California, are trying to develop novel solutions, including setting up senior shelters and hiring specially trained staff....

Over 5,000 arrested since July under Trump administration’s anti-violent crime initiative, Operation Legend

October 27, 2020 -

“Violent crime is solvable,” said Barr at a roundtable with law enforcement officials in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Wednesday, Oct. 14. “It's not something people have to live with at the levels they're living with it. And here in AlbuquerqueAlbuquerque has a violent crime rate that's between three and four times the national average. That's unacceptable in any American city, and it is a solvable problem.”

Barr told law enforcement officers ...

Flight audio captures pilot’s frantic reaction to “fast-moving cylindrical object” over New Mexico

February 23, 2021 -

(Article by Tyler Durden republished from

AA Flight 2292 had been en route between Cincinnati and Phoenix when the crew was startled by the strange object which "almost looked like a cruise missile" - according to the audio - flying over their aircraft which was at an estimated 36,000 feet at the time of the sighting, according to details in The Drive.Amazingly the pilot's reaction to the strange encounter was actually recorded, with the radio transmission ...

Democratic governors catch flack for flouting their own coronavirus rules

June 07, 2020 -

Governors caught breaking their own rules

In Virginia, Gov. Ralph Northam recently announced an executive order compelling people to wear face coverings over their mouths and noses while using public transportation, shopping in stores or going to any other indoor spaces where people congregate. However, even as Northam announced the order, photos surfaced online showing him not wearing a mask and not observing social distancing guidelines. (Related: Virginia reports highest number ...

Bill in New Mexico could ban aspartame from the state

January 30, 2007 - printable article

Bill in New Mexico could ban aspartame from the state

Aspartame is a chemically created sweetener that has replaced sugar and corn syrup on a widespread level for many products, including diet soda.The bill is sponsored by Sen. Gerald Ortiz y Pino, D-Albuquerque, who told the Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper that "it's going to be an uphill battle."If the bill is passed, it will ban products containing aspartame from being ...

Breakthrough in artificial muscles promises to revolutionize the \nrobotics industry

June 10, 2004 - printable article

Breakthrough in artificial muscles promises to revolutionize the

robotics industry

Imagine it: no motors to wear out, no cables to

snap, no rods to break: just muscle-like fibers that contract in

response to an electric current. It's nothing short of a revolution in

robotics. No doubt, the industry will rely heavily on this technology in

the years ahead. There's even hope that such fibers might somehow be

used in human patients to aid ...

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