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Hayden’s Headlines: Monderno’s Giveaway, TSA, Social Control, and Adrenal Burnout

Posted on Feb 22, 2013 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Economic News, Emergency Preparedness & Survival, Global & National News, Health, Food News, & Big Pharma, Social Networking

Former SEAL: Dear Mr. Security Agent

Posted on Jan 23, 2013 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

Excerpt from Matt Bracken’s Open Letter to Law Enforcement with Hayden’s Note at the end;

The unintended consequences of this misguided utopian fool’s crusade to ban guns would include a second civil war as agonizingly painful as the first one, if not more so, since there would be no front lines and no safe areas for anybody, anywhere. Every sane American wants to prevent such a calamitous outcome as a “dirty civil war” on United States soil.

But know this: those tens of millions will never be quietly disarmed and then later forced at government gunpoint onto history’s next boxcars. If boxcars and detention camps are to be in America’s future, then you, Mr. Security Agent, will have to disarm them the hard way first. Not Piers Morgan, not Dianne Feinstein, not Chuck Schumer.


And so, if you find yourself silently dismounting a covert SWAT vehicle at zero-dark-thirty, dressed in body armor, counting down to the explosion of battering rams and flash-bang grenades, on a raid against a sleeping household intended to result in the confiscation of firearms, ammunition, or magazines that were legal to own in 2012, millions of Americans who also swore an oath to defend the Constitution will consider you their domestic enemy, and they will resist you with force of arms....

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Homeland Security’s TSA VIPR Team at NFL Game with Surveillance Drone

Posted on Dec 31, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Police, Military, & War, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Reports are popping up all over the internet regarding a Homeland Security/TSA VIPR Team at the December 30th, 2012 Vikings vs. Packers football game.  Furthermore, additional photos are claiming a surveillance drone was deployed at the Metrodome plaza on the west side.

What are VIPR Teams, you ask?  Unlike the warm, fuzzy blue-shirts at the airport, these guys want to grope you on the bus, search your vehicle at an interstate checkpoint while driving home, interrogate you while riding a train, and rummage through your luggage while utilizing “any form of transportation….any location within the United States”, per 6 USC § 1112.


Photo: @nathanmhansen

While some might scoff at the idea of a surveillance drone hovering over a football event, or dismiss it as a sports photography drone, I urge you to consider the overall situation. Furthermore, drone aside; having a VIPR team at a random NFL event should send chills up your spine.

I was present, as a police officer, when the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America summit was held in New Orleans in 2008.  ...

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Hayden’s Headlines: Revolution Pilot Episode, TSA Brain-Freezes, and Poultry Houses of the Uber-Wealthy

Posted on Sep 27, 2012 in Mainstream Media & Programming

No Surprise Here: 318 Homeland Security Agents Arrested Last Year

Posted on Aug 25, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Wired

Border Patrol agents smuggling weed and coke. Immigration agents forging documents and robbing drug dealers. TSA employees caught with child porn. Those are just a few of the crimes perpetrated by Department of Homeland Security employees in just the past year.

Since the creation of the Department of Homeland Security nearly a decade ago, the agency’s inspector general has been tasked with uncovering corruption, waste and criminality within its own ranks. The IG has had his hands full.

According to a newly released DHS inspector general’s summary of its significant investigations, 318 DHS employees and contractors were arrested in 2011 (.pdf). That’s about one arrest per weekday of the men and women who are supposed to be keeping the country safe. The report lets us not only see how corrupt some agents tasked with protecting the homeland can be, it also gives us a scale of the problem. In short: There are a lot of dirty immigration and border officers.

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Active Shooter at Colorado Theater – Hayden’s Note on the Mockingbird Media, Gun Bans, and Globalists

Posted on Jul 20, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Global & National News, Police, Military, & War, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Source: PoliceOne

A former medical student in a gas mask barged into a crowded Denver-area theater during a midnight showing of the Batman movie on Friday, hurled a gas canister and then opened fire, killing 12 people and injuring at least 50 others in one of the deadliest mass shootings in recent U.S. history.

When the smoke began to spread, some moviegoers thought it was a stunt that was part of the “The Dark Knight Rises,” one of the most highly anticipated films of the summer. They saw a silhouette of a person in the haze near the screen, first pointing a gun at the crowd and then shooting.

Hayden’s Note:

I have spoken at length regarding active shooters, including Hillary Clinton and other members of various alphabet agencies warning that the next major blow to America would be a gunman.  I have gone into detail regarding Mumbai-style shooters, who are heavily armed, have some training, and opening fire at malls, theaters, and other crowded, soft-targets.  You can bet your next paycheck that with all of the media stories about the ATF, AG Eric Holder, Fast and Furious, the United Nations’ Small Arms Treaty, and more, this administration, and the Globalists, including the mockingbird media, will seize the opportunity and capitalize on these tragedies.


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Priest Defrocked over Sexual Abuse Now TSA Supervisor at Philadelphia International Airport

Posted on May 26, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Kevin Hayden –

Source: CBS

The CBS 3 I-Team has learned that a Catholic priest who was removed from the ministry over sex abuse allegations now holds a sensitive security post at Philadelphia International Airport.

Hayden’s Note:

Well, I was starting to be disappointed in the lack of absurd TSA activity over the last week or so.  I should have known, I need only wait a few days and we’d find more dirt on the wonderful Transportation Security Administration.

The security checkpoint between Terminals D and E is a busy place where thousands of people – including lots of kids – pass through every day. But you might not believe who the I-Team observed working as a TSA supervisor at that checkpoint this week: Thomas Harkins.

Until 2002, Harkins was a Catholic priest working at churches across South Jersey. But the Diocese of Camden removed him from ministry because it found he sexually abused two young girls. Now, in a new lawsuit, a third woman is claiming she also is one of Harkins’ victims.

The I-Team asked Harkins about the suit as he was leaving his shift at the airport.


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State Dept Claims ‘War on Terror is Over’ – So Can We Get Rid of the Police State?

Posted on Apr 25, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Natural News

In an astonishing bit of unexpected news, a senior State Department official has announced, “The war on terror is over.” This stems from the idea, reports the National Journal, that, “it is no longer the case, in other words, that every Islamist is seen as a potential accessory to terrorists.”

That same official continues, “Now that we have killed most of al Qaida, now that people have come to see legitimate means of expression, people who once might have gone into al Qaida see an opportunity for a legitimate Islamism.”

This is great news, isn’t it? If the “War on Terror” is over, then we can repeal and reverse all the ridiculous police state laws that were put in place to protect us from terrorism… right?

I mean, can we now fire the TSA? They were only put in place after the “terror” attacks on 9/11. If the war on terror is over, the TSA is no longer needed (even if you assume they were effective at all, which they weren’t).

Can we now repeal the Patriot Act which was passed out of an urgency to defend America from terrorists?...

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OKC Bombing Memorial: Tribute or Homeland Security Indoctrination?

Posted on Apr 19, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

17th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing

Taking a cue from the Transportation Security Administration, Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Police were out in force, “protecting us,” at the 17th anniversary of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

I met up with the film crew of A Noble Lie and we handed out 500 copies of their new documentary while engaging in numerous conversations with passerby’s.  It would seem as though Oklahomans are finally starting to question the official story of the 1995 bombing, with a common theme of, “McVeigh was not alone…”

I’ll admit, I was surprised amused at the level of Federal law enforcement surrounding the event.  DHS had five members of a tactical unit patrolling the area in their black ninja outfits, along with casually dressed DEA agents, local police and sheriff’s deputies, private security, and several black suits running around like Secret Service agents on Colombian cocaine.

And if that weren’t enough to make you feel safe, Homeland Security was kind enough to park a large, mobile command center on the west side of the Memorial… just in case the unthinkable were to happen....

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Metro Bus Program: Undercover TSA Agents Searching Bags, Interrogating Passengers

Posted on Apr 18, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Police, Military, & War, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Paul Joseph Watson – video below

A new program in Houston will place undercover TSA agents and police officers on buses to perform bag searches, watch for “suspicious activity,” and interrogate passengers in order to ‘curb crime and terrorism’.

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee unveiled the program, labeled Bus Safe.

Hayden’s Note:

Welcome to the Police State.  Officers will now search your bags, question your motives, and invade your constitutional privacy in the name of preventing “terrorism” on buses and trains, via the criminal-laden TSA.  In reality, it is a conditioning effort.

It would not end pretty if I were riding the bus and was harassed by TSA goons, frisked without probable cause, or even reasonable suspicion, and questioned as if I were a common thug. I would likely end up in jail with severe injuries.  Let’s see… 1st, 4th, and 5th Amendment violations so far…

“While local law enforcement agencies focus on overall safety measures noted above, representatives with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will also be on hand, lending their counter-terrorism expertise and support during the exercise,” states the press release....

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This Week’s TSA Crime List: Prostitution Ring, Trashing Hotels, and Shootings

Posted on Mar 30, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Kevin Hayden –

In a repetitive fashion resembling the onslaught of new killer robots being churned out of DARPA, the TSA seems to be in my news stories quite often.  And often, these Transportation Security Agents are committing serious crimes: murder, felony theft, child p0rn, drug trafficking, and generally abusing the power and authority vested in them.

This week is no different, and in fact, I have several new stories to tell you about.  Bryant Jermaine Livingston, 39, was a TSA Security Manager at Dulles International Airport.  According to a Fox affiliate in DC, he was just arrested for running a prostituion ring from a hotel.  After glossing over the numerous stories concerning the incident, it would seem as though Mr. Livingston was charging men $100 to engage in a large… uhh, Roman-style party, if you will.  When police and hotel officials made entry into his room to evict him, they discovered 11 men and women engaged in “activities.”

During a brief questioning in the hotel hallway, Mr. Livingston told police that he “runs the airport security at Dulles.”  This is merely my assumption and based on my own police experience, but it would seem he was hoping that little detail might get him out of hot water.  ...

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Psychology, TSA, and the Police State: the Tip of the Spear

Posted on Jan 25, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Constitutional & Liberty Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Sovereign ManSimon Black, Truth Contributor

This week, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul was detained by the TSA in Nashville after refusing to be fondled by the airport agents.

Paul has been a vocal enemy of the TSA, blasting the agency last year after agents conducted an invasive search of a 6-year old girl despite her parents’ objections. TSA Director John Pistole suggested that, because a young child in Afghanistan is capable of detonating a roadside bomb, all children should be considered potential threats.

Paul raised the issue again yesterday in an opinion piece. As usual, the Obama administration closed ranks around the TSA yesterday, defending the agency and insisting that “we take necessary actions to ensure that air travel is safe.” Such as treating 6-year old girls like criminal terrorists.

Air travel is never going to be safe. We’re talking about a 500,000 pound flying building crammed with hundreds of strangers criss-crossing the skies nearly 100,000 times in a single day. There’s a lot of room for things to go wrong.

Criminalizing travel, which is the effective net result of the current passenger screening process, has minimal impact on weeding out the boogeyman....

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Article 1, Section 6 – Were Senator Paul’s Rights Violated When He Was Detained by TSA?

Posted on Jan 23, 2012 in Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Source: SHTF Plan

The Senators and Representatives shall receive a Compensation for their Services, to be ascertained by Law, and paid out of the Treasury of the United States. They shall in all Cases, except Treason, Felony, and Breach of the Peace, be privileged from Arrest during their Attendance at the Session of their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any Speech or Debate in either House, they shall not be questioned in any other Place.

Constitution of the United States
Article 1, Section 6 

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) was refused entry into a secured area of the Nashville Airport today after he reportedly rejected a TSA pat-down. According to the Senator, he was “detained” by TSA and forced to miss his flight. Mr. Paul cited the U.S. Constitution, specifically Article 1, Section 6 that clearly protects Senators and Representatives from arrest if they are on their way to, or returning from, a session of their respective House.

US Sen. Rand Paul says he was stopped briefly by TSA agents security at the Nashville airport when a scanner found an “anomaly” on his knee.


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TSA to Test Employees for Radiation Instead of Naked Body Scanners

Posted on Jan 16, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Health, Food News, & Big Pharma

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Los Angeles Times

After years of rebuffing health concerns over airport scanners, the Transportation Security Administration plans to conduct new tests on the potential radiation exposure from the machines at more than 100 airports nationwide.

But the TSA does not plan to retest the machines or passengers. Instead, the agency plans to test its airport security officers to see if they are being exposed to dangerous levels of radiation while working with the scanners.

News of the test leaked out after the TSA issued a request last month to government vendors to provide wearable, personal dosimeters, devices that measure exposure to radiation.

Hayden’s Note:

Do TSA workers not realize that they are being lied to, used, and subjected to unknown amounts of radiation?  Specifically terahertz radiation?  These waves have the ability to unzip DNA and cause genetic mutations.  A lousy paycheck is not worth it.  ...

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Massive Expansion of TSA Checkpoints and VIPER Teams

Posted on Dec 27, 2011 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Congress will soon be signing a bill allowing additional funding for a large expansion of TSA checkpoints soon.  Yes, checkpoints.  No longer are the TSA relegated to the lowly airport, as 25 teams have been roving the country side conducting highway checkpoints, setting up shop at bus terminals, sporting events, and even a high school prom.  Congress apparently feels as though you aren’t being reminded on a daily basis that you live in an ever-increasing police state, so they want to add twelve more “Viper Teams” to the roster.

Just this past weekend, I was introduced to just how invasive the new “pat downs” are at the airport after “opting-out” of the naked body scanner.   The TSA agent advised me before starting, “I have to run my hand up your thigh until I meet resistance, both front and back.”  I replied, “Uhh, resistance?  Like my pelvic bone?”  He laughed and said, “Exactly.  Ready?”

I was left conflicted and slightly amused; should I leave my phone number or demand he buy me dinner and a drink first?...

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