Sunday, January 20, 2019

Wikileaks Provides An Update On The Assange Internet Outage

It seems that the Obama administration's efforts to save the presidential candidacy of Hillary Clinton is finally starting to yield tangible results as WikiLeaks just provided the following update that Julian Assange was cut off from using the Internet at the Ecuadorian embassy in London effective Saturday evening. We can...

State Department official pressured FBI to declassify Clinton email: FBI documents

A senior State Department official sought to shield Hillary Clinton last year by pressuring the FBI to drop its insistence that an email on the private server she used while secretary of state contained classified information, according to records of interviews with FBI officials released on Monday. The accusation against...

New FBI release on Clinton email probe refers to Shadow Government

A new trove of interview summaries and notes from the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails lays out a series of allegations that could prove fodder for future attacks on the Democratic presidential nominee. The 100 pages, released Monday morning, include claims that Clinton "blatantly" disregarded protocol. Other claims include...

The Press Buries Hillary Clinton’s Sins

As reporters focus on Trump, they miss new details on Clinton's rotten record. If average voters turned on the TV for five minutes this week, chances are they know that Donald Trump made lewd remarks a decade ago and now stands accused of groping women. But even if average voters had...

Citigroup chose Obama’s 2008 cabinet, WikiLeaks document reveals

One month before the presidential election of 2008, the giant Wall Street bank Citigroup submitted to the Obama campaign a list of its preferred candidates for cabinet positions in an Obama administration. This list corresponds almost exactly to the eventual composition of Barack Obama’s cabinet. The memorandum, revealed by WikiLeaks...

GOP States Keep Ignoring Court Orders to Restore Voting Rights

On July 29, US District Judge James Peterson called Wisconsin’s process for issuing voter IDs “unconstitutional,” “a wretched failure,” and “pretty much a disaster.” The state’s strict voter-ID law “has disenfranchised a number of citizens who are unquestionably qualified to vote, and these disenfranchised citizens are overwhelmingly African American...

The Most Important WikiLeak – How Wall Street Built The Obama Cabinet

Perhaps the most startling discovery of the WikiLeaks dumps so far didn't come from the most recent emails surrounding the various Hillary scandals, though there are many great ones, but from 2008 when John Podesta served as co-chair of President-elect Barack Obama's transition team. The email came from Michael Froman,...

Voter ID in Wisconsin, a Slow-Motion Train Wreck

MADISON -- A federal judge held a hearing Wednesday to determine if procedures put in place by Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to implement the state's new voter ID law were sufficient to protect the right to vote. The advocacy organization One Wisconsin Now was asking the judge to...

Ohio does not want to add most illegally purged voters back to the rolls

The Republican Secretary of State’s proposal would leave thousands disenfranchised. COLUMBUS, OHIO — Ohio native Larry Harmon has been voting since 1976. He has only skipped a couple of elections in his life, when he didn’t feel informed enough or compelled by the candidates on the ballot. Last November, he showed up...

New Email Leak Reveals Clinton Campaign’s Cozy Press Relationship

Internal strategy documents and emails among Clinton staffers shed light on friendly and highly useful relationships between the campaign and various members of the U.S. media, as well as the campaign’s strategies for manipulating those relationships. The emails were provided to The Intercept by the source identifying himself as Guccifer 2.0, who...

The Podesta Emails

Today WikiLeaks begins its series on deals involving Hillary Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta. Mr Podesta is a long-term associate of the Clintons and was President Bill Clinton's Chief of Staff from 1998 until 2001. Mr Podesta also controls the Podesta Group, a major lobbying firm and is the...

Dangerous New Group Think for War with Syria/Russia

Official Washington has a new 'group think' that is even more dangerous than the one that led to the Iraq War. This one calls for U.S. escalation of conflicts against Syria and nuclear-armed Russia. Not since the eve of the U.S. invasion of Iraq has Official Washington’s political/punditry class clamored...

DMV workers at 7 more stations give wrong voter ID info

Madison — Workers at seven Division of Motor Vehicles stations across Wisconsin provided inaccurate or incomplete information about the availability of IDs for voting, newly released recordings show. “You’re not guaranteed to get an ID card. Nothing’s guaranteed,” a worker at the DMV station in Hudson told a woman on...
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Google’s Jigsaw: Undermining Alternative Media

In this premier episode of The Geopolitical Report with Kurt Nimmo, we examine Google’s Jigsaw, an emerging technology that will be used on the internet to counter speech and ideas considered “extremist” by the global elite. Initially beta tested on radical Islamists, we demonstrate how Google and its partners...

The US is your know-it-all friend who should just keep his mouth shut

When makers of American foreign policy dream of an ideal world, they fixate on one word: primacy. It used to be called “full-spectrum dominance.” On the street, it comes out as “Don’t even think about it.” Tough guys in Western movies put it differently: “This town ain’t big enough...

The Texas Voter ID Fight Keeps Getting Weirder

“You have elected officials on the eve of this election openly expressing a commitment to suppress the vote,” says NAACP President Cornell William Brooks. Texas officials have spent years in court fighting to keep their state’s controversial 2011 voter-ID law alive. The law, one of the toughest in the U.S.,...

Ohio’s process for removing voters from rolls is illegal, court rules

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted on Friday in a case involving removal of names from voter registration rolls. The case was based on a lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio and other entities arguing that Husted was...

Washington Tries to Break BRICS – Rape of Brazil Begins

Washington's regime change machinery has for the time being succeeded in removing an important link in the alliance of large emerging nations by railroading through a Senate impeachment of the duly elected President, Dilma Rousseff. On August 31 her Vice President Michel Temer was sworn in as President. In...

House Intel Panel Blasts Snowden In New Report, One Day Before Movie Release

The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence urged President Barack Obama on Thursday not to pardon Edward Snowden, concluding in an unclassified summary of a two-year investigation that the former NSA contractor was “not a whistleblower” — echoing what White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said during a press briefing...

Facebook, Twitter Join Network to Tackle Fake News

The network of more than 30 news and technology companies also includes CNN and Buzzfeed. Facebook and Twitter have joined a network of over 30 news and technology companies to tackle fake news and improve the quality of information on social media, the group said on Tuesday. First Draft Coalition, formed...

Another 9/11 Intrigue: Dick Cheney, John Yoo, and Continuity in Government (COG) Measures on...

In 1993 I wrote a book, Deep Politics and the Death of JFK, in which I said at the outset I was not going to try to solve the mystery of JFK’s murder but to examine the politics of it. I wish to argue here for similar research into the...

Brazilian politician who led Rousseff impeachment is expelled from office

Eduardo Cunha, former speaker of the lower house, loses his seat and is barred from politics for eight years amid perjury and corruption claims. Brazil's political bloodletting claimed another high-profile victim on Monday when the lower house voted to expel its former speaker Eduardo Cunha for perjury, corruption and obstruction...

Donald Trump, After Blasting Iraq War, Picks Top Iraq Hawk as Security Adviser

Donald Trump named former CIA director and extremist neoconservative James Woolsey his senior adviser on national security issues on Monday. Woolsey, who left the CIA in 1995, went on to become one of Washington’s most outspoken promoters of U.S. war in Iraq and the Middle East. As such, Woolsey’s selection...

Hillary Clinton’s National Security Advisers Are a Who’s Who of the Warfare State

Hillary Clinton is meeting on Friday with a new national security “working group” that is filled with an elite “who’s who” of the military-industrial complex and the security deep state. The list of key advisers — which includes the general who executed the troop surge in Iraq and a former...

There’s no such thing as a victimless billionaire: Inside the shadowy voter fraud conspiracy...

Greg Palast uncovers voter suppression beneath alleged fraud in new documentary, "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy". On Dec. 4, 2000, Salon ran a story by investigative journalist Greg Palast that added a whole new dimension to the controversy over the election in Florida — a premeditated, racially skewed effort...

Thousands march against new government in Brazil

Crowds fill Avenida Paulista in Sao Paulo in protest against country’s new president, Michel Temer. Thousands of people on Sunday filled Sao Paulo’s Avenida Paulista, a major thoroughfare in Brazil's largest city, to protest against the newly sworn-in president Michel Temer and his administration. While the new Brazilian president had dismissed...

Obama Unlikely to Vow No First Use of Nuclear Weapons

President Obama, who has weighed ruling out a first use of a nuclear weapon in a conflict, appears likely to abandon the proposal after top national security advisers argued that it could undermine allies and embolden Russia and China, according to several senior administration officials. Mr. Obama considers a reduction...

Controversial anti-voter fraud program risks disenfranchising voters through racial bias, report finds

Back in 2005, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach — who as chair of his state's Republican Party championed an illegal voter suppression technique called "caging" — launched a program called Interstate Crosscheck to compare voter registration data across states and ferret out evidence of double voting. The program has...

FBI releases Hillary Clinton email investigation documents

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her staffers employed an informal and sometimes haphazard system for exchanging and storing sensitive information and were at times either unaware or unconcerned with State Department policy, documents from an FBI investigation into her private email server system show. The documents reveal a myriad...

Trump’s Top Fundraiser Eyes the Deal of a Lifetime

Steven Mnuchin might have a shot at Treasury secretary, but his Wall Street pedigree makes him the type Donald Trump fans love to hate. Until one Tuesday in April, Steven Mnuchin's life had been ordered meticulously. The son of a Goldman Sachs partner, he was publisher of the Yale Daily...

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