Why Wasn’t Feinstein Spied On When the FBI Discovered her Driver was a Chinese Mole

by Steve MacDonald August 8, 2018

A few years ago the FBI notified a ranking US Senator on the Intelligence committee that her long-time Chinses driver was, in fact, a spy. The individual was fired though we’ve no idea how many sensitive conversations they shared over those many years. I bring this up because that’s what the FBI does, or did until […]

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The FBI will survive despite its leadership

by Peter Lemiska February 6, 2018

While the recent release of the controversial FISA memo has shed more light on the genesis of the FBI investigation into the Trump campaign, it has unleashed a firestorm. The battle lines have been drawn. On one side are the Republicans. They point to clear political bias by senior FBI investigators and indisputable irregularities in […]

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The Memo! The Memo! – The Devin Nunes Memo Alleging FBI Corruption Released

by Steve MacDonald February 2, 2018

The most damning thing, so far, in the long talked about the memo, is that the FISA warrant issued to spy on the Trump Campaign and the Trump transition would never have been issued without the dossier we now know to be a fabricated political hit piece paid for by the DNC and the Clinton Campaign. […]

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NYT – Obama Admin Wiretapped Trump Campaign

by Steve MacDonald March 7, 2017

There is a growing mountain of evidence that the Obama Administration was spying on Trump and his campaign. (They spied on everyone else.) How much the Bamster or Rasputin Jarrett knew remains to be lied about extensively by the Democrat Party, the Media, and Obama insiders, outsiders, and camp followers. (They lied about Fast and […]

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Lavabit Melts Down; Circle Silenced; Individuals Flagged: Welcome To New Secure Amerika!

by Mike August 12, 2013

In case you were tempted to think that the government is not interested in you, and that you can go about your personal business with impunity “Because I’ve done nothing wrong”, even as the surveillance state metastasizes, THINK AGAIN! (And see Obama’s comforting comments here.) There are lots of reasons to invest in secure communications, […]

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Public Service?

by Steve MacDonald April 17, 2010

One of the pleasures of blogging is reminding people of what blatant hypocrats liberals are.  For example.  As we approach November neither Paul Hodes nor Carol Shea Porter should be expected to spend any time politicking on the issue on warrantless wire taps and violations of personal privacy committed by the executive branch.  And the reasons […]

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