Last of the FOIA responses

Today's mail contained what I figure to be the final Freedom of Information Act responses from our distinguished government agencies. 

CIA FOIA response

US Secret Service FOIA response 

So, what I take away from all of these is that, in the government's eyes, I do not yet exist. That won't last long though, soon the whole world will know my name. I am Will Robertson and I am running for president in the year 2020! 

Thank you, 



We the People A survey released for Independence Day in the U.S. shows that Americans cherish their freedoms. The poll, conducted by Vanderbilt University’s First Amendment Center, found the most important Constitutional right to Americans is the freedom of speech, followed by the freedom of religion and the right to bear arms. But when asked to name any of the guarantees in the Constitution’s First Amendment (freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to peaceably assemble and the right to petition the government for the redress of grievances), 49 percent could not name even one. Worse, 53 percent said the press has “too much freedom,” and 35 percent thought the government ought to have the power to approve stories that newspapers publish, up from 20 percent just two years ago. (AP) ...“Ignorance, forgetfulness, or contempt of the rights of man are the only causes of public misfortunes and of the corruption of governments.” —Declaration of the Rights of Man (French National Assembly, 1791). - Copied from 

More FOIA Requests

I have received two more responses, one from the Sacramento FBI Office and the other from the DIA. The Defense Intelligence Agency response surprised me, as I assumed, incorrectly I might add, that their letter would contain similar language to the CIA's. The DIA may be a member of the alphabet soup of agencies, but their response is more honest and straight-forward. View for yourself below. 

Each item is less than a megabyte in size and each is two pages, the first being the envelope and the second being the letter.

DIA FOIA response

FBI Sacramento Office resonse

I am surprised by the speed of the government's response. I submitted my FOIA paperwork at the beginning of the month. I like how the DIA apologizes for the delay. Personally, I think this is rather quick. Anyways, I submit these for you to laugh at. That is all. 


The news and the views

What are we doing? The media cannot be trusted to give an honest assessment of our world. By media, I am referring to that which is commonly known as the "mainstream media outlets," such as CNN, MSNBC, ABCNEWS, FOXNEWS, and others who accept government propaganda as fact. There are numerous independent sources that can be heard and trusted, though those voices are often small and far apart. One of those independent voices of honesty is Alex Jones in Texas. He can be heard across this great nation on satelite radio and shortwave. Be informed. Freedom be real. Keep an ear to the future. WJR

My FOIA requests

After submitting several requests for info about myself to various gov't agencies, here are the responses I received. The one that makes me really laugh out loud is the NSA. A two-page response to say that I am not privileged to know what they do or do not know about me. I hate secrecy and I do not believe our government has a right to "national security" protections. Read these and let me know what you think.  

Three PDF files, between 855K and 1753K in size.

FBI response

US DOJ Marshall's Service response 

NSA response

I got my letter to the Denver FBI office returned unopened with the notice that it is "Not Deliverable As Addressed. Unable To Forward." Not sure why that is, I am certain that the address is correct. Oh, well, still waiting on two more: the Secret Service and the CIA. The CIA response will probably be similar to the NSA, I am thinking.


Fw: Golden Eagle

I got this in my email and do not how accurate it is, but looks pretty amazing!



This is one pissed-off eagle!


What fish?

A redneck with a bucket full of live fish was approached recently by a
game warden in Central Mississippi as he started to drive his boat away
from a lake.

The game warden asked the man, "May I see your fishing license please?"

"Naw, sir," replied the redneck. "I don't need none of them there
papers. These here are my pet fish."

"Pet fish??"

"Yep. Once a week, I bring these here fish o'mine down to the lake
and let 'em swim 'round for a while. Then when I whistle, they swim right back
into my net and I take 'em home."

"W hat a line of're under arrest."

The redneck said, "It's the truth, Mr. Gov'ment Man. I'll show ya!
We do this all the time!!"

"WE do, now, do WE?" smirked the warden. "PROVE it!"

The redneck released the fish into the lake and stood and waited.
After a few minutes, the warden said, "Well?"

"Well, WHUT?" said the redneck.

The warden asked, "When are you going to call them back?"

"Call who back?"

"The FISH," replied the warden!

"Whut fish?" asked the redneck.

We may not be as smart as some city slickers, but we ain't as dumb as some government employees.