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
The past week's news cycle has included amateur analysis of how President Barack Obama's administration might have wiretapped President Donald Trump's personal calls and emails. Most pundits contend that all Mr. Trump has to do is call the Justice Department and they can reveal everything to him. What a joke. The CIA does not fall … Continue reading Complete Wikileaks “Vault 7” published here; how CIA is controlling your phone, tv, computer and car
A high ranking U.S. official, suggested on Sunday that the missiles fired by Houthis at the destroyer USS Mason on three attacks, while it was in the Gulf of Aden, were provided by Iran. Senator John McCain and others strongly agreed. The failed missile attack from Iranian-backed rebel-held territory in Yemen came as news reports … Continue reading USS Mason jarred by Iranian missiles, despite our State Department approving $150 billion to Iran