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A Nunes, Mueller, Flynn, Manafort, Steele, Russian Round Up

by Steve MacDonald February 19, 2018

Mike Rogers shares some thoughts from the left-coast that turn into a recap of the Russia, Russia, Russia Story to date from front to back, or maybe back to front. Memos, dossiers, indictments, Uranium deals, and a lot more. Mike does a great job of distilling it all down in short order.  Check it out. Also […]

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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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“Take it to the bank, the FBI/FISA docs are devastating for the Dems”

by Steve MacDonald January 19, 2018

This looks like fun. The House Intel panel’s passage of New York Republican Rep. Peter King’s motion to release the FISA abuse memo to fellow House members has rocked Washington, D.C.  Lawmakers from Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) to Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) have called for the classified memo’s immediate release. According to Fox News contributor […]

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Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber: The “Memo” That Made The Media Flip Out

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2017

Did you hear about the deplorable memo some woman-hating Google engineer shared? The media being the media, redacted, cherry picked and excerpted their way into their very own echo chamber tizzy. In reality, “… a major purpose of the memo was to brainstorm ideas about how to make Google a more friendly environment for women without […]

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