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Mark Megahan

Mark Megahan

Biography

I have been living in Arizona since the mid-1980’s. Formerly a personal injury paralegal, I have been active on social media for several years in the realm of Conservative politics. I also volunteer as an advocate to help those who are disabled by Chemical Hypersensitivity, such as myself, to obtain their rights.

  • National Security

Department Of Homeland Security Issues Warning As “Uptick In Terrorist Interest” Detected

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Weaponized Drones are on Homeland Security’s radar this holiday season, along with chemical attacks and threats to commercial aircraft. “There’s been an uptick,” one senior DHS official says, “in using unmanned aerial systems as weapons.” DHS puts out National Terrorism Advisory System bulletins to alert law enforcement and the public about potential threats. The latest, issued Thursday, “introduces unmanned aircraft systems as potential threats and highlights sustained concern regarding threats against commercial aviation and air cargo,” press secretary Tyler Houlton...

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  • American Strength

Phoenix Veterans’ Administration Improving As “Better Services” Presented, Updates Given

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“The VA has made some improvements,” observes Scott Keil, Commander of Show Low Arizona’s VFW post. “There are still some rough edges that need smoothing but it’s now easier for veterans to get local care instead of traveling to Phoenix or Prescott to get what they need.” Post 9907 hosted a meeting this month with VA representatives to hear updates and discuss improving service. Commander Keil “can see the VA is moving forward at a steady pace to solve...

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  • Liberal Corruption

New York’s Head Of Pensions Pleads Guilty As Disgusting Charges Presented

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It is a darn good thing that Kang and his two partners made money, and lots of it, because it wasn’t just any portfolio that Kang managed. He was in charge of the retirement funds for New York state police, fire department and other state employees. When you are a pension fund portfolio manager in charge of more than “$50 billion in fixed-income assets” you are supposed to place funds with investors on a list of approved firms. Navnoor...

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  • National Security

Airport Security Fails Miserably As Undercover Tests Presented, Screeners Targeted

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The TSA just got an “F” on their latest report card. Airport security screeners totally missed somewhere “in the ballpark” of 80 percent of the “mock knives, guns and explosives” undercover agents smuggled through terminal checkpoints. The good news is they are doing better than last time. The agency responsible for more than 60,000 employees working at 440 of our nation’s airports missed 95 percent before. In advance of Wednesday’s public hearing of the House Committee on Homeland Security,...

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  • National Security

Russia Targeting Facebook As Compliance Being Scrutinized, Social Media Under Attack?

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As the back and forth attacks between D.C. and Moscow over social media influence heat up, it is Facebook’s turn to be in the crosshairs. The social media giant learned it is the target of Russian government scrutiny on Wednesday when Soviet watchdog Roskomnadzor announced it will be checking to see if Facebook is complying with Russian law. “In the near future, Roskomnadzor will plan a series of supervisory activities aimed at analyzing the activities of the administration of...

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