Whenever there is a contrived story flashing on the news wires, your smart move is to look somewhere else for what's really important. The big "scoop" yesterday was that The President discussed the possibility with Russian and American officials that ISIS was trying to put a bomb inside a laptop. Kind of boring conversation, when … Continue reading Did DNC emails published by Wikileaks actually come from a party staffer, who was then murdered?
Sharyl Attkisson - former CBS investigative reporter, and five-time Emmy winner - has been surveilled, her computer hacked, her career threatened, all because of her exposes of government and political corruption. Last week she reported on a meeting with "a small group of reliable, formerly high-placed intelligence officials who have dropped a few interesting tidbits … Continue reading Spies, lies and your lost privacy
Susan Rice and Dr. Evelyn Farkas have so much in common. Both served in the Barack Obama administration, Rice at State and Farkas at Defense. Both are in the news - Farkas' remarks about the "alleged" Russian hacking of Democratic National Committee (DNC) servers, and Rice's unmasking of private American's names in government surveillance. Both … Continue reading DNC “Russian” hack was “proven” by associate of Rice/Farkas; FBI and NSA never examined servers
The F-35 is a $400 billion program to replace the current fleet of U.S. fighter planes for the Army, Air Force and Navy. The program has serious problems. Yesterday was an example. Two F-35s were set to arrive in the early afternoon in Israel - the first delivered outside the United States. Everyone seemed excited … Continue reading Israel gets two F-35s – only because fog lifts in Italy!
Secretary of State John Forbes Kerry said Sunday he thinks Israel is "heading to a place of danger" because of settlement growth, and he had been "pushing uphill" with the Israeli government, because a majority of the ruling coalition does not support a two-state solution. There's a basic choice that has to be made. Are … Continue reading John Forbes Kerry, Marty “Smarty” Indyk, and ??? – how foreign money influences State Department
The United States last month sent its largest shipment of ammunition to Europe in more than two decades. Some 620 containers were shipped by train from a port in Nordenham, Germany, to Miesau Army Depot, the largest ammunition storage area outside the U.S. “It’s another example of the commitment of the United States to security … Continue reading Europe gets huge shipment of our ammo, but we can’t afford any shells to fire USS Zumwalt guns
While most eyes are on a surprising election in America today, fascist China has announced plans to strip its 1.4 billion residents of their freedom of expression on the Internet. Once a Socialist, then a Communist nation, China today is a plutocracy that coordinates private corporations and government entities, brainwashing its population, forcing them to … Continue reading Will “security at any cost” traitors follow China’s example to virtually ban Internet free speech?
The average of all polls measuring voter sentiment in the 2016 Presidential race, except ABC, showed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ahead today of Donald Trump by 45.3 to 39.9, or a spread of 5.4. The poll results are updated daily by Real Clear Politics. For the past two days ABC has reported a … Continue reading ABC election poll is off the charts and should be excluded from list of Real Clear Politics’ results