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Political Bias of News Reporting

Using my 18th birthdate as a starting point, I have attentively been following national and international politics for the past 47 years. First as a college student, followed by working at the CIA for [...]

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THE END OF THE JOHN BRENNAN ERA AT CIA – THANK GOD!

THE END OF THE JOHN BRENNAN ERA AT CIA – THANK GOD! Only time will tell whether some actions by the upcoming Trump Administration turn out to be good or bad, but one action is guaranteed to be a g [...]

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Why Are Journalists Above the Law?

WHY ARE JOURNALISTS ABOVE THE LAW? Attorney General Eric Holder has recently announced that the US Justice Department will not pursue the legal case to force New York Times reporter James Rise [...]

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U.S.–German Spy Relations

Last fall, there were the allegations, based on the traitor Edward Snowden’s alleged NSA documents, that the N.S.A. had been monitoring German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cell phone conversat [...]

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The Games of Sgt Bergdahl and the White House

The Games of Bergdahl, the White House and Closing Down the Afghan War Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has been released by the Taliban after five years of captivity and will soon be home in Idaho.  On the sur [...]

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SENATOR FEINSTEIN SHOCKED AT CIA’S “EIT” PROGRAM (OR) THE MYTH OF AN OBJECTIVE CONGRESSIONAL STUDY

The Democratically-controlled Senate Select Intelligence Committee (SSCI), chaired by California Senator Feinstein (D), has just voted to release to the public the 480-page executive summary and the 2 [...]

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“Oh what a tangled web we weave,

When first we practice to deceive.

But once we’ve done it quite a bit,

We really get quite good at it.”

-Anonymous