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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Not New York City’s Finest

 

USAR NYPDThe New York Police Department has a black eye, a bad cop, but you will not hear any Democrat decrying his actions, nor will any Soros-funded group demonstrate before cooperative cameras. This bad cop is allegedly a rat of the dirtiest sort, a spy for the Chinese Communist Party. It gets worse. This apparent pile of low-grade excrement is reportedly also a U.S. Army reservist and an NYPD Police Benevolent Association photograph shows him with sergeant stripes in a Marine Corps uniform. Baimadajie Angwang, a 33-year-old naturalized citizen and ethnic Tibetan, was specially recruited to report on the Tibetan community.

The New York Post has the story with the Marine Corps photograph, although there is no mention of Angwang’s time in the Marines.

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Official Announcement: “On May 12, the International Spy Museum now at L’Enfant Plaza is officially opening its doors to the public! With interactive exhibitions and installations, the foremost collection of spy artifacts in the world, and first-person accounts from top intelligence officers and experts, the new Museum places visitors in the shoes of the spies. […]

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Here are 3 spy series you and your significant other can immerse yourselves with over a long, cold weekend. Think of it as a cold cold-war weekend. Game, Set and Match, adapted from the books of Len Deighton Preview Open

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Christmas Eve 1968: Remember the USS Pueblo

 

Fifty years ago today, Christmas Eve, 1968, the USS Pueblo crew arrived home in San Diego, California. They had been held and tortured by the North Koreans during the past 11 months. This incident happened in the context of the North Vietnamese Tet Offensive and uprisings and unrest across Europe and the United States. The Pueblo’s crew was returned after the election of Richard Nixon to be President.

The USS Pueblo incident began on January 23, 1968.

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I’ve seen this before, but was reminded of it again, I know!, today by Beck. It’s about Norquist’s alleged ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. He is married to a devout Muslim, with an adopted PALESTINIAN baby. I’d appreciate feedback on this? Edit: I posted some clarification in the comments, for those with questions. Preview Open

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