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  • Julian Assange: We Have Thousands of Cables Hillary Signed with “C” for Confidential

    09/07/2016 6:14:21 AM PDT · by bobsunshine · 83 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | September 7, 2016 | Jim Hoft
    WIkileaks founder Julian Assange told Sean Hannity tonight his organization will release several batches of Hillary Clinton emails in the coming weeks. Assange said Wikileaks may release the first batch next week. Julian Assange also told Sean Wikileaks has thousands of cables Hillary Clinton signed with a “c” that designated it as classified confidential. Julian Assange: I just want to say one thing, in the FBI report released Friday I agree with your analysis. It is very strange that it was released Friday afternoon on a Labor weekend. I do think it brings up questions to what sort of game...
  • Hillary Clinton Originated State Department Cables With Classified Designation

    09/07/2016 5:56:07 AM PDT · by bobsunshine · 26 replies
    Conservative Treehouse ^ | September 7, 2016 | Sundance
    The key aspect to Julian Assange’s interview with Sean Hannity last night was Assange reminding everyone of the original WikiLeaks Cable scandal in 2010, and also pointing out that Hillary Clinton was the originating official of cables marked (c) “classified”. Hillary Clinton authored the content of the cables (as described); and she herself has originating autonomy to designate material as “classified” or “confidential”. Assange is essentially reminding everyone that Secretary Clinton assigned that designation personally. It is ridiculous for Secretary Clinton to state she doesn’t know what the “(c)” designation is, she used it herself.
  • Pennsylvania Making Millions by Selling Your Driver's Record.

    05/06/2016 5:29:07 AM PDT · by carriage_hill · 28 replies
    NBC10 Philadelphia ^ | Friday, May 6, 2016 |
    The information on your driver’s license is a gold mine and Pennsylvania is cashing in. The NBC10 Investigators found the state has earned more than $157 million since 2010 selling driver records. An NBC10 analysis of the more than 32,000 private companies and government agencies to which PennDOT sold driver information, traced it to every state in the country. The companies include credit agencies, insurance companies and car dealerships. The information PennDOT sold includes names, addresses, and driving histories.
  • Judicial Watch: State Department Asked Hillary Clinton Lawyers to Delete Specific Classified...

    02/10/2016 11:00:45 AM PST · by jazusamo · 27 replies
    Judicial Watch ^ | February 10, 2016
    Full title: Judicial Watch: State Department Asked Hillary Clinton Lawyers to Delete Specific Classified Records, Return Paper Copies (Washington, DC) - Judicial Watch today released a letter from the Department of State to Hillary Clinton's lawyers that includes a list of classified records to be either deleted or returned to the State Department. The documents were produced under court order in a FOIA lawsuit for all of Clinton emails and for records about her email practices ( Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:15-cv-00687)). The June 30, 2015, letter from Secretary of State for Management Patrick F....
  • Official: Some Clinton emails 'too damaging' to release

    01/29/2016 12:15:21 PM PST · by Red Badger · 58 replies ^ | January 29, 2016 | By Catherine Herridge
    EXCLUSIVE: The intelligence community has now deemed some of Hillary Clinton’s emails “too damaging" to national security to release under any circumstances, according to a U.S. government official close to the ongoing review. A second source, who was not authorized to speak on the record, backed up the finding. The decision to withhold the documents in full, and not provide even a partial release with redactions, further undercuts claims by the State Department and the Clinton campaign that none of the intelligence in the emails was classified when it hit Clinton's personal server. Fox News is told the emails include...
  • Top Secret Service official urged release of unflattering information about congressman

    09/30/2015 5:34:04 PM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 12 replies
    The Washington Compost ^ | 09/30/2015 | Carol D. Leonnig and Jerry Markon
    An assistant director of the Secret Service urged that unflattering information the agency had in its files about a congressman critical of the service should be made public, according to a government watchdog report released Wednesday. “Some information that he might find embarrassing needs to get out,” Assistant Director Edward Lowery wrote in an e-mail to a fellow director on March 31, commenting on an internal file that was being widely circulated inside the service. “Just to be fair.” Two days later, a news Web site reported that Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, had applied...
  • Confidential Obamacare Navigator training manual uploaded online

    12/16/2013 1:40:07 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 84 replies
    Capitol City Proj ^ | December 16, 2013 | Joe Schoffstall
    Tammy Duffy, a radiation health physicist from New Jersey, was talking with Obamacare Navigators one day and asked a question regarding people who are self-employed, in which they could not provide an answer. She then asked for a copy of the manual, which they would not give her since it’s not meant to be available to the public. “I asked the nice ladies for a copy and they said I could not have it because it was a government document not for the public. So I thought maybe there is an outline or shorter version that is for the public....
  • Fox News Reporter Faces Judge Over Refusal to Reveal Sources — Will the First Amendment Win Out?

    04/01/2013 6:53:26 PM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 47 replies
    The Blaze/AP ^ | Apr. 1, 2013 4:44pm | Jason Howerton
    UPDATE (AP) — A hearing on whether a reporter should be ordered to testify about how she obtained confidential information in the Colorado theater shooting case is being continued until next week. New York-based Fox News reporter Jana Winter cited anonymous law enforcement officials in reporting that suspect James Holmes had sent a psychiatrist a notebook of drawings that foreshadowed the July 20 attack. Prosecutors and Holmes’ lawyers argued about the issue in court Monday, but the defense wants to again question a detective about whether he might have told someone else about the notebook, who may have then talked...
  • Fox News reporter ordered to return to court over refusal to reveal sources

    04/01/2013 6:46:10 PM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 3 replies
    Fox News ^ | April 01, 2013 | none stated
    The reporter who broke the exclusive story about a notebook that Colorado shooter James Holmes sent to his psychiatrist, then refused to reveal her sources under threat of jail, was ordered to return to the Aurora courtroom April 10, in a case experts say has chilling ramifications for the First Amendment.
  • Fox News reporter ordered to return to court over refusal to reveal sources in Colo. shooting case

    04/01/2013 6:41:22 PM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 8 replies
    Legitimate Government ^ | Last updated: 04/01/2013 20:33:44 | legitgov
    Fox News reporter ordered to return to court over refusal to reveal sources in Colo. shooting case 01 Apr 2013 The reporter who broke the exclusive story about a notebook that Colorado shooter James Holmes sent to his psychiatrist, then refused to reveal her sources under threat of jail, was ordered to return to the Aurora courtroom April 10, in a case experts say has chilling ramifications for the First Amendment. Arapahoe County District Judge Carlos Samour intends to question a detective for a second time about who leaked the notebook, and then could still put veteran reporter Jana...
  • Hacker Begins Distributing Confidential Memos Sent To Hillary Clinton On Libya, Benghazi Attack

    03/18/2013 5:41:14 PM PDT · by tobyhill · 87 replies
    The Smoking Gun ^ | 3/18/2013 | staff
    In e-mail blasts this weekend, “Guccifer” sent documents stolen from the e-mail account of a former White House aide to congressional aides, political figures, and journalists. Armed with confidential memos to Hillary Clinton that were stolen from the e-mail account of a former White House aide, a hacker has distributed some of the documents to a wide array of congressional aides, political figures, and journalists worldwide. In a series of weekend e-mail blasts, the hacker known as “Guccifer” disseminated four recent memos to Clinton from Sidney Blumenthal, a longtime confidant of the former Secretary of State.
  • Officials probe how secret confetti rained on Macy's parade

    11/26/2012 6:27:46 PM PST · by thecodont · 6 replies
    Los Angeles Times / ^ | November 26, 2012, 11:40 a.m. | By Michael Muskal
    When Thanksgiving Day parade-goers in Manhattan looked into the confetti-filled sky last week, they may have seen more than they bargained for. Nassau County police announced that they are investigating how some of their confidential records including social security numbers and even details about a motorcade for Mitt Romney, then the GOP presidential candidate, ended up as joyous scraps raining from buildings on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. “I'm just completely in shock. How could someone have this kind of information, and how could it be distributed at the Thanksgiving Day Parade?” Inspector Kenneth Lack, from the Nassau County Police...
  • Teenage 'cyber terrorist' arrested after attack on CIA

    06/21/2011 10:01:13 PM PDT · by Niuhuru · 17 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 3:53 AM on 22nd June 2011 | By Rebecca Camber, Colin Fernandez and Lucy Collins
    A British teenager is suspected of masterminding computer hacking attacks on the CIA, the U.S. Senate and Sony from his bedroom. Ryan Cleary, 19, was arrested at his family’s home in Essex in a dramatic swoop following a joint inquiry by Scotland Yard and the FBI. He was held hours after the UK’s serious crime unit came under online siege from the hacking group known as LulzSec. The group recently declared on Twitter its intention to break into government websites and banks and leak confidential documents.
  • Census Bureau Not as `Cuddly' as it Seems

    03/26/2010 4:17:20 AM PDT · by Help! · 44 replies · 1,339+ views
    Miami Herald ^ | March 23, 2010 | Glenn Garvin
    Like most bureaucrats, Robert Groves, the director of the U.S. Census Bureau, has cultivated a poker face that works pretty well when he's fending off irksome questions from congressmen about why he spent $2.5 million on a TV ad during the Super Bowl or $3 million training employees who were fired before they worked a single day. But through careful observation of Groves' body language, it's possible for trained observers to interpret his words. When he scratches his right ear, for instance, he's telling the truth. When he cups his chin in his hand or rests a finger on his...
  • Confidential memorandum outlines how one network will cover the Republican National Convention

    08/05/2008 12:19:30 PM PDT · by MaestroLC · 67 replies · 115+ views
    Power Line ^ | August 5, 2008 | Paul
    Scott and John do most of the original reporting on Power Line, but once in while I get my hands on something big. Rarely have I come up with anything bigger than this confidential memorandum from the chief of an unnamed news network regarding how his organization will cover the Republican National Convention. Here's the memo in its entirety: From: XXXXXXX XXXXX, III To: YYY's Republican Convention Coverage Team Re: Fair and balanced coverage We all know that network news coverage of national conventions has come in for severe criticism in recent years. While no one expects gavel-to-gavel coverage anymore,...
  • Surfing Out A Rat[Gov't Informants]

    05/22/2007 4:07:06 PM PDT · by BGHater · 3 replies · 758+ views
    CBS ^ | 22 May 2007 | Robert Hendin
    When we first read the newspaper today, we were intrigued by the article about a website called The story describes the site as an information clearinghouse about confidential informants who have participated with government investigations and helped put people behind bars. Many of these informants have their own criminal histories and some of the defendants and defense attorneys can use this information to try to save themselves, or their clients, from prosecution. The first thing we did was check out the site for ourselves. We barely got past the front page when we were asked to spend $7.99 for...
  • California government issues new rules on when its contracts may be kept confidential

    03/20/2007 8:46:34 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 225+ views
    North County Times ^ | 3/20/07 | Michael R. Blood - ap
    LOS ANGELES -- The California Department of Justice issued a new confidentiality policy Monday spelling out when information on its contracts may be withheld from state records. An Associated Press investigation had found tens of millions of dollars of contracts were improperly shielded from public view. "This policy change will absolutely ensure those things don't happen again," said agency spokesman Nathan Barankin. The AP investigation found that information on scores of Justice Department contracts, many of them let without bids, was erroneously labeled "confidential" and omitted from computerized state records, cloaking it from public sight. The hidden contracts included spending...

    11/09/2006 6:33:51 PM PST · by Jo Nuvark · 40 replies · 1,366+ views
    DC CONFIDENTIAL ^ | 11-08-06 | Chuck Muth
    Chuck Muth's DC CONFIDENTIAL November 8, 2006 ELECTION POST-MORTEM While most Republicans woke up this morning lamenting Armageddon Tuesday, some of us didn't lose any sleep over the election results. Happy at the prospect of two years with Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi running Congress? Hardly. But there are a lot of silver linings behind these otherwise dark clouds.
  • Art School Confidential: a review

    05/22/2006 8:44:14 AM PDT · by Republicanprofessor · 34 replies · 330+ views
    Hollywood Bitchslap ^ | 5/14/06 | William Goss
    The promotional campaign for 'Art School Confidential' employs the phrase “Just throw it on the wall and see what sticks.” The film adheres fine at first, working best as a collection of caricatures, but the humor eventually dries up and a half-hearted attempt at grander satire causes the second half to peel away, no matter how hard you try to smooth it back down. Jerome (a meek Max Minghella) wants to be the next great artist. As such, he decides to attend the Strathmore Institute, where other creative souls flock in the pursuit of greatness (or success, whichever comes first)....
  • Greensboro Leaders To Take Polygraph Exam (Someone leaked confidential police department report)

    05/02/2006 3:27:24 PM PDT · by Libloather · 17 replies · 689+ views
    WXII12 ^ | 5/02/06
    Greensboro Leaders To Take Polygraph ExamLeaked Report Is Subject Of Investigation UPDATED: 5:15 pm EDT May 2, 2006 GREENSBORO, N.C. -- City leaders are looking for the truth through the use of a polygraph exam. Some members of the City Council are taking the exam to prove they didn't release to the media a confidential report about the police department. Council members voted 8-1 to submit to the exam. Dianne Bellamy Small gave the dissenting vote and has said in the past that she's not responsible for the leak. Another member of the council, Yvonne Johnson, said she didn't like...
  • The Next London Bombing

    07/11/2005 10:46:07 AM PDT · by forty_years · 5 replies · 672+ views
    netWMD - The War to Mobilize Democracy ^ | July 11, 2005 | Daniel Pipes
    In a confidential report, Young Muslims and Extremism, prepared jointly by the Home and Foreign offices in mid-2004 and presented to Prime Minister Tony Blair, we learn something about the inner thinking of the British government. Leaked to the Sunday Times of London, the report is now available in four parts in .pdf format at the newspaper's site.Its goal is "to encourage moderate Muslim opinion to the detriment of extremism" and to that end proposes an "Operation Contest." Along the way, it contains much of interest in it, including these points: "A number of extremist groups are actively recruiting young...
  • Planned Parenthood Sues Ind. Over Privacy

    03/14/2005 9:28:33 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 5 replies · 531+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 3/14/05 | Ken Kusmer - AP
    INDIANAPOLIS - Planned Parenthood (news - web sites) sued the state of Indiana Monday to stop the seizure of its clients' medical records, saying investigators were on a "fishing expedition," possibly to identify the partners of sexually active 12- and 13-year-olds. The lawsuit filed in Indianapolis seeks temporary and permanent injunctions barring Attorney General Steve Carter and his Medicaid Fraud Control Unit from searching the private records of clients at 40 Planned Parenthood clinics across the state. Already, the unit has seized records of eight clients from clinics in Bloomington, Franklin and Lafayette, according to Betty Cockrum, chief executive officer...
  • Abu Graib and legal drugs, a question

    01/26/2005 9:27:46 PM PST · by det dweller too · 343+ views
    1-27-2005 | det dweller too
    I heard from two different sources in two days that there have been some reports that the army reservists working at Abu Graib were being prescribed anti-depressants because of the high stress of their jobs. Now I am not saying this is true, but I am asking if anyone here at FR has any contacts to find this kind of info out. I know in the case of those kids at Columbine, it took over a year for the info that those kids were on similar drugs to come out. It was all quashed because of doctor/patient confidentiality. I think...
  • You Can Blog, but You Can't Hide

    12/01/2004 10:35:05 PM PST · by neverdem · 26 replies · 2,971+ views
    NY Times ^ | December 2, 2004 | EUGENE VOLOKH
    GUEST OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR Los Angeles Say that an I.R.S. agent leaks a politician's income tax return to a newspaper reporter, an act that is a federal felony. The newspaper may have a First Amendment right to publish the information, especially since it bears on a matter of public interest. The government, meanwhile, is entitled to punish the agent, to protect citizens' privacy and ensure a fair and efficient tax system. To punish the agent, prosecutors may need to get the leaker's name from the reporter; but if the reporter refuses to testify because of a "journalist's privilege" to protect confidential...
  • From the files of Terror Inc

    08/16/2004 3:02:51 PM PDT · by Calpernia · 571 replies · 7,393+ views ^ | August 14, 2004 | Alan Cullison
    The September11 terror attacks in the US were staged to overcome disunity in al-Qa'ida, confidential computer records reveal. Alan Cullison reports on what happened after his laptop was wrecked while he was covering the combat in Afghanistan IN the autumn of 2001, I was one of scores of journalists who ventured into northern Afghanistan to write about the US-assisted war against the Taliban. After losing use of my computer in an accident, I scrawled stories by candlelight with a ballpoint pen and read dispatches to my editors at The Wall Street Journal over a satellite phone. When the Taliban's defences...
  • Exposing Howard Dean: Part 3.

    09/01/2003 12:51:59 PM PDT · by ConservativeMan55 · 20 replies · 365+ views
    Newsmax ^ | Printer friendly version | Ryan Thompson
    Exposing Howard Dean Part Three: Universal Medicine Equals Socialized Medicine By Ryan Thompson on 08/30/03 This is the third of several pieces exposing the agenda of Governor Howard Dean on several issues. Now I am going to discuss Governor Dean’s plans involving healthcare. The information from Governor Dean’s own website ( is the basis for my analysis. Also, I look at the past actions of the Governor to determine his agenda. Governor Dean’s plan has four major components: 1. Redefine and expand Medicaid along with the State Children’s Health Insurance Program to cover every person under the age of 25....
  • Judge upholds ruling that pregnancy tests aren't confidential, orders release to investigators

    07/18/2002 7:38:27 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 9 replies · 201+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 7-18-02 | EMILY GERSEMA
    <p>DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) --  A state judge upheld his decision that pregnancy test records aren't confidential and ordered Planned Parenthood to turn over records to help investigators find the mother of a newborn whose body was dumped in the trash.</p>

    04/16/2002 3:27:13 PM PDT · by RWBaral · 57 replies · 905+ views
    VISIT TO AN AMERICAN PUBLIC SCHOOL FROM HELL-OBERVATIONS OF A MAD DAD! My teenager & I recently made a visit to a local public high school, McCann Technical School, North Adams, MAss., (413)-664-9424, This is what we found, and why my child will not be sent to a public school in America today up in old New England. A poster I noted in the guidance dep't, "Evolution may take millions of years, but..." The theory of evoution is scientifically impossible. The very increadible order of every part of the physical world testifies to the clear presence of intelligent design....