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FAIRFIELD — A Vietnam veterans group has named state Assemblyman Jim Frazier its 2013 Legislator of the Year for his support of veterans and the military.

Frazier said he’s honored by the action of the California State Council of Vietnam Veterans.

“Veterans are profound heroes who left their homes and families to answer the call of duty,” said Frazier, D-Oakley, in a press release. “Although their service is a debt that can never be repaid, I will continue my efforts to give back and improve the lives of all of our veterans who have served our country so unselfishly.”

Frazier has introduced legislation that includes requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles to offer a driver’s license printed with the word “veteran” to ensure that veterans can easily identify themselves and access services. The bill was held in the Assembly Appropriations Committee, Frazier said, but he plans to reintroduce the bill within the next few weeks.

Frazier is hosting The Wall That Heals exhibit, a traveling half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., and accompanying mobile museum, to the California State Capitol, his office said. The Wall That Heals will be available for public viewing 24 hours a day from Feb. 27 to March 2.

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  • http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/05/04/dhs-whistleblower-war-on-terror-a-charadereal-targets-american-patriots/February 07, 2014 - 7:29 am

    DHS Whistleblower: War On Terror a Charade Saturday, May 4th, 2013 by Tim Brown veteranstoday....In General Google....DHS targets veterans........................Julia Davis, a former Customs and Border Protections Officer, was falsely declared a domestic terrorist and subjected to retaliatory efforts against her by the Department of Homeland Security. Her home was raided by a 27 man “special response team.” She was twice falsely arrested and imprisoned, but later exonerated............................ She is now anational security expert and has put out a historical documentary titled, Top Priority: The Terror Within. She claims that the “War On Terror” by the Department of Homeland Security is a charade and that the agency seems to be targeting concerned American patriots. ...................... Davis says her documentary is about her time with DHS in dealing with applicants from countries with ties to terrorism, who are seeking to come into the United States. [Editor's note: Of course, the whole "War on Terror" is a fraud, but what she is exposing is that NOT EVEN DHS BELIEVES THAT IT'S REAL!]........................... She says that they had “very specific alerts” that on July 4, 2004, members of Al-Qaeda [Editor's note: which is itself a creation of the CIA] would be attempting to cross the border from Mexico into the US. The land port where Ms. Davis worked is the largest and busiest land port in the world, San Ysidro Port. She says that Islamic clerics say this is the best place to breech the US border because of the large number of people coming through............................................

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  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LHC-C-ODO0February 07, 2014 - 7:35 am

    Top Priority : The Terror Within - Julia & BJ Davis : Part 1 / 2 ..........Top Priority: The Terror Within" is a documentary film by Fleur De Lis Film Studios. It features an incredible true story of Julia Davis, a national security whistleblower who was falsely declared a "Domestic Terrorist" and subjected to retaliation of unprecedented proportions by the Department of Homeland Security. She joins us to discuss what happened when she discovered and reported a breach of national security at the largest and busiest land border crossing in the U.S. on 4th of July, 2004. The DHS failed to act on her reports but instead of correcting the shortcomings exposed by Julia's report, they opened investigations against her. Her husband BJ, a film producer who documented these events with a camera, also joins in to talk about the detailed events of this major story, never reported on by mainstream media, although Julia took her case to court and won. They'll detail unprecedented retaliation and abuses of the Patriot Act in Julia's case and talk about how the DHS spent American taxpayer's money on warrantless surveillance, including aerial surveillance with a Blackhawk helicopter and a fixed-wing airplane, wiretaps, sneak and peek burglaries, Internet monitoring and On-Star tracking of the Davis family. They'll explain why this story was never reported on by mainstream media and who was involved. In the second hour, we hear about several deaths connected to this story including Julia's father, her neighbor who filmed the footage of the Blackhawk and the actress Brittany Murphy as well as her husband. Julia and BJ talk about the diminishing of our American rights amongst "terror theatre 101." Don't miss this astonishing story of the real terror, within the US government.

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  • In General GoogleFebruary 07, 2014 - 7:38 am

    homeland security targeting veterans

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  • http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/03/23/fusion-centers-expand-criteria-identify-militia-members/February 07, 2014 - 7:47 am

    'Fusion Centers' Expand Criteria to Identify Militia Members Joshua Rhett Miller March 23, 2009 FoxNewscom.............MIAC is one of 58 so-called "fusion centers" nationwide that were created by the Department of Homeland Security, in part, to collect local intelligence that authorities can use to combat terrorism and related criminal activities. More than $254 million from fiscal years 2004-2007 went to state and local governments to support the fusion centers, according to the DHS Web site............................... During a press conference last week in Kansas City, Mo., DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano called fusion centers the "centerpiece of state, local, federal intelligence-sharing" in the future...................................................... "Let us not forget the reason we are here, the reason we have the Department of Homeland Security and the reason we now have fusion centers, which is a relatively new concept, is because we did not have the capacity as a country to connect the dots on isolated bits of intelligence prior to 9/11," Napolitano said, according to a DHS transcript. ....POSTER'S NOTE......Remember 9/11 was an inside job....our own Government, and Dark operatives of our own intelligence agencies and portions of top military along with the Mossad and top Operatives of the Republican like Cheney/Bushs ....AND DEMOCRAT Clintons/Schumer/Feinstein/Pelosi parties did it/covered up/voted to fund the Luciferian Banker Wars......(not all intelligence and not all military have been corrupted)

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  • http://www.whodidit.org/cocon.htmlFebruary 07, 2014 - 8:11 am

    Google...Who Did It? - Home ......or www(dot)whodidit(dot)org......click on coconspirators ( a partial list )

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  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVKGRB3cyggFebruary 07, 2014 - 8:21 am

    Why The Military Knows Israel Did 9/11....................................... But really it was elements of our own Government ( Bush/Cheney and Clinton) and British, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Pakistani Intell......all working for the International Bankers...but the Demolition was most probably done, charges placed by Mossad operatives.

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  • In general googleFebruary 07, 2014 - 8:23 am

    Who did 9/11

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