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  • State Department says classified material on Hillary's home-brew server was so sensitive that...

    09/29/2015 1:41:36 AM PDT · by Libloather · 49 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 9/28/15
    State Department says classified material on Hillary's home-brew server was so sensitive that the safe it gave her lawyer to store the emails wasn't secure enough The State Department has told Senate investigators that it didn't provide Hillary Rodham Clinton's lawyer with a secure-enough method to read now-highly classified material from her homebrew email server because it didn't anticipate that the messages would be deemed so secret. In July, State Department officials installed a safe at the office of attorney David Kendall after the government determined some of Clinton's emails may have contained classified information. But it said last week...
  • Former CIA officer charged in alleged leaks

    01/23/2012 6:42:19 PM PST · by oldernittany · 11 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 1/23/2012 | Greg Miller
    Kiriakou, 47, was a source for stories by The New York Times and other news organizations in 2008 and 2009 about some of the agency’s most sensitive operations after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. ......... that the information Kiriakou supplied to journalists ... enabling defense attorneys there to obtain photographs of CIA operatives suspected of being involved in harsh interrogations. Some of the pictures were subsequently discovered in the cells of high-value detainees.
  • Wilsongate: Motive, Means, and Opportunity

    11/21/2005 2:28:31 PM PST · by Fedora · 170 replies · 12,006+ views
    Original FReeper research | 11/21/2005 | Fedora
    Wilsongate: Motive, Means, and Opportunity The Buried Story Behind PlamegateBy Fedora Introduction Since Robert Novak mentioned Valerie Plame’s CIA background in July 2003, the media has focused on trying to trace the leak of Plame’s name to the White House, but has devoted less follow-up to another newsworthy angle in Novak’s original story. Novak wrote: The CIA's decision to send retired diplomat Joseph C. Wilson to Africa in February 2002 to investigate possible Iraqi purchases of uranium was made routinely at a low level without Director George Tenet's knowledge. . . Wilson never worked for the CIA, but his wife,...
  • 'Fault in Our Stars' Eyes Stunning $52M-Plus Debut, Crushes (Tom Cruise) 'Edge of Tomorrow'

    06/08/2014 6:03:32 AM PDT · by C19fan · 24 replies
    The Hollywood Reporter ^ | June 7, 2014 | Pamela McClintock
    Younger females are storming the North American box office to see The Fault in Our Stars, which took in a whopping $26.1 million on Friday for a projected $52 million-plus debut. That's a major victory for Fox 2000, which made the romantic drama for a mere $12 million. ........................................................ Fault in Our Stars is trouncing Tom Cruise's big-budget Edge of Tomorrow, a sci-fi epic that cost Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow at least $178 million to produce. The critically acclaimed Edge of Tomorrow did slightly better than expected at the Friday box office, earning $10.6 million for a possible $30...
  • Liberty of Floridians threatened by "Seven50" initiative

    12/10/2012 10:28:50 AM PST · by Oldpuppymax · 2 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 12/10/2012 | Suzanne Eovaldi
    Destroying the sovereignty and freedom of United States citizens is well underway with a new doublespeak plan called Seven50, just another euphemism for Globalism through Regionalism. Flying under the radar, federal bureaucrats and alphabet agencies have joined with local politicians in 7 Florida counties in imposing The Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI), a United Nations created plan which divests Americans of Constitutionally guaranteed liberty by introducing social collectivism. Vero Beach County Commissioner Bob Solari warns that the Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI) being pushed by HUD, the EPA, and the USDOT is representative of a culture which believes “government can never be...
  • UFO Lying On The Bottom Of The Baltic Sea?

    06/20/2012 4:30:40 PM PDT · by dila813 · 42 replies
    Lee Rannals for ^ | June 19, 2012 | Lee Rannals for
    A Swedish expedition team has found an unidentified object at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, leaving some to believe it’s the remnants of an extra-terrestrial ship. Scientists went off on a deep-water dive to debunk some theories about the underwater object, but were left with more questions than they had answers. The divers found that the object was raised about 10 to 13 feet above the seabed, and curved in at the sides. “First we thought this was only stone, but this is something else,” Ocean X team diver Peter Lindberg said in a press release. The object had...
  • My report on Gov. Palin's speech at SCI

    01/30/2011 9:44:16 PM PST · by SFmom · 54 replies
    self | January 30, 2011 | self
    Gov. Palin rocked the place! Tickets were sold out months in advance. The ballroom seated 4,000. I decided to wait in line an hour and a half before the doors opened to get a good seat, and there were already 200 people in line when I got there. I felt I was there with "my peeps". I imagined that this felt what a Freeper convention would feel like! People were really happy, excited, thrilled to be going and I imagine if anyone had wanted to sell their tickets, they could have made a tidy sum. This audience, however, wasn't selling!...
  • Human neural stem cells restore motor function in mice with chronic spinal cord injury

    08/19/2010 2:07:49 PM PDT · by decimon · 15 replies
    University of California, Irvine ^ | August 19, 2010 | Unknown
    UCI study is first to show reversal of long-term hind-limb paralysisA UC Irvine study is the first to demonstrate that human neural stem cells can restore mobility in cases of chronic spinal cord injury, suggesting the prospect of treating a much broader population of patients. Previous breakthrough stem cell studies have focused on the acute, or early, phase of spinal cord injury, a period of up to a few weeks after the initial trauma when drug treatments can lead to some functional recovery. The UCI study, led by Aileen Anderson and Brian Cummings of the Sue and Bill Gross Stem...
  • Former State Department Official and Wife Arrested for Serving as Illegal Agents of Cuba...

    06/05/2009 4:00:39 PM PDT · by Cindy · 26 replies · 1,260+ views
    Note: The following text is a quote: Former State Department Official and Wife Arrested for Serving as Illegal Agents of Cuba for Nearly 30 Years Couple Allegedly Conspired to Provide Classified Information to Cuban Government A former State Department official and his wife have been arrested on charges of serving as illegal agents of the Cuban government for nearly 30 years and conspiring to provide classified U.S. information to the Cuban government. The arrests were announced today by David Kris, Assistant Attorney General for National Security; Channing D. Phillips, Acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia; Joseph Persichini, Jr.,...
  • SCI Youth Safari Day video from Corona CA

    08/05/2008 8:38:08 PM PDT · by spectr17 · 1 replies · 103+ views
    Safari Club International ^ | July 30 2008 | Jeff James
    SCI Youth Safari Day This is a special day for the kids held at Raahauges Shooting Complex in Corona CA. There were booths to shoot BB guns, shotguns, pistols, bows, slingshots, you name it. There were kayaks to paddle around in the lake and bumpers to toss into the water for the retriever dogs to fetch. There was a rock wall to climb for the adventurous. Also in attendence were cowboys from CAS showing how they can ride and shoot. The day was complete with BMX pro riders who demonstrated their flying acrobatics and signed autographs afterward. Tom Knapp, the...
  • 'Babylon 5' and 'Fugitive' star Andreas Katsulas, 59, dies

    02/21/2006 8:38:59 PM PST · by iPod Shuffle · 21 replies · 998+ views
    Mercury News & AP ^ | February 21, 2006
    Posted on Tue, Feb. 21, 2006 'Babylon 5' and 'Fugitive' star Andreas Katsulas, 59, dies Associated Press LOS ANGELES - Veteran character actor Andreas Katsulas, immortalized as imposing red-eyed alien ambassador G'Kar on television's "Babylon 5" and a one-armed murderer in the 1993 film "The Fugitive," has died of lung cancer. He was 59. Katsulas, who had been undergoing chemotherapy treatments, died in his Los Angeles home Feb. 13, his agent Donna Massetti said Monday. "He was a lovely and talented man, and we are deeply saddened. He will be missed," Massetti said. Born May 18, 1946, in St. Louis,...
  • FEMA Katrina Funeral Contractor Desecrated Corpses

    09/28/2005 3:39:32 PM PDT · by Ol' Dan Tucker · 48 replies · 1,560+ views
    Scoop ^ | September 15, 2005 | Jason Leopold
    FEMA Katrina Funeral Contractor Desecrated CorpsesThursday, 15 September 2005, 2:15 pm Article: Jason Leopold Division of Funeral Corp. Charged With Desecrating Corpses Hired to Collect Deceased Victims of Hurricane Katrina By Jason LeopoldA funeral services company which recently learned that one of its subsidiaries is negotiating a lucrative contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to remove dead bodies in areas ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, paid $100 million to settle a class-action lawsuit several years ago alleging the company desecrated thousands of corpses, and dumped bodies into mass graves.Moreover, the company paid $200,000 to settle a whistleblower lawsuit that sought...
  • Pennsylvania Prison Guards Ordered To Remove Pins

    09/04/2003 5:36:37 AM PDT · by Born Conservative · 12 replies · 525+ views
    Citizen's Voice ^ | 9/4/2003 | Edward Lewis
    Correctional officers at state correctional institutions, including the two located in Luzerne County, have been ordered to remove American flag and yellow ribbon pins from their uniforms. The order from Secretary of Corrections Jeffrey A. Beard on Sept. 2 has upset many correctional officers who wore the stars and stripes and yellow pins to show support for military personnel fighting in Operation Iraqi Freedom. "No one wants to get fired, but it's a matter of principle," said Jim Chernavage, business agent for the Pennsylvania State Corrections Officers Association. Beard said in his order that the responsibility of the department of...