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  • Obama spying looks even worse than Trump claimed Intel source bombshell

    04/01/2017 9:15:00 AM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 155 replies
    WND ^ | March 31, 2017 | Garth Kant
    The spying by the Obama administration on then-presidential candidate Donald Trump reportedly was even worse than what he has alleged. And it had nothing to do with Russia but everything to do with politics. Sources in the intelligence community claim the potentially illegal revealing of names, or unmasking, of people in the Trump camp who were under surveillance was done purely “for political purposes” to “hurt and embarrass (candidate) Trump and his team.” The bombshell revelations come from rank and file members of the intelligence community who are fighting back against a stonewall by the leaders at the nation’s spy...
  • Wikileaks founder fears he could be arrested (White House warns him off return to avoid arrest??!!)

    Julian Assange: Wikileaks founder fears he could be arrested Julian Assange, the Australian founder of Wikileaks, has said he has been warned by "inside sources in the White House" not to return to the US as he could be arrested. By Amy Willis Published: 6:30AM BST 28 Jul 2010 The 39 year-old told journalists at the Frontline Club last night that US government insiders had informed him about discussions to charge him as a co-conspirator to espionage. The discussions were later dropped. Mr Assange says despite this he still fears he is at risk of being forcefully detained by the...
  • FoxNews: Ethics Panel Says 'Sorry, Charlie, No Deal'

    07/29/2010 2:22:06 PM PDT · by topher · 48 replies · 4+ views
    Fox News ^ | Published July 29, 2010
    ... Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, ranking member on the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, said Rangel was given an opportunity to settle charges during the investigative process, and that time has passed. "Let me be clear that Mr. Rangel under these rules was given opportunities to negotiate a settlement during the investigation. Let me be clear that I did not participate in any attempts to cut a back room deal behind closed doors," McCaul said at the start of a hearing on possible corruption charges. McCaul said it's not lost on any member of the panel that the...
  • Clinton Wedding Raises Questions of Interfaith Marriage

    07/29/2010 8:43:14 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 56 replies · 2+ views ^ | July 28, 2010 | Janice Shaw Crouse
    Click here to find out more! When asked about the significance of her daughter, Chelsea, marrying Marc Mezvinsky, who is Jewish, and thus being married in an interfaith union, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton responded, “Over the years, so many of the barriers that prevented people from getting married, crossing lines of faith or color or ethnicity have just disappeared.” True, the barriers have disappeared, but serious difficulties remain. While some scholars argue that mixed-faith unions “serve as a refiner’s fire” that make the relationships stronger, the statistical evidence indicates this is all too frequently not the outcome. The American...
  • (On This Day In History) June 19, 1953 - Atomic Bomb Spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg Executed

    06/19/2007 11:09:54 AM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 56 replies · 1,766+ views ^ | June 19, 2007 |
    June 19, 1953 : Julius and Ethel Rosenberg executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, a married couple convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage in 1951, are put to death in the electric chair. The execution marked the dramatic finale of the most controversial espionage case of the Cold War. Julius was arrested in July 1950, and Ethel in August of that same year, on the charge of conspiracy to commit espionage. Specifically, they were accused of heading a spy ring that passed top-secret information concerning the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. The Rosenbergs vigorously protested their innocence, but after a...
  • U.K. Lets Snoop Dogg Out Of The Pen

    04/28/2006 1:46:47 AM PDT · by MadIvan · 35 replies · 1,074+ views
    CBS News ^ | April 28, 2006 | Staff
    (CBS/AP) Snoop Dogg is out on bail after a brawl involving police at London's Heathrow Airport.Attorney Peter Binning says no charges were filed, and although the rapper will have to return at a later date, he'll be able to honor his concert commitments in South Africa. Police say seven British officers were hurt in a "disturbance" that broke out when the rap star and his party were denied access to a first class airport lounge. When the group was told it couldn't board the flight, police say some members of the party became abusive and shoved officers. British Airways planned...
  • Eleven Cities Want Dem Convention in 2008

    02/28/2006 11:37:13 AM PST · by rebrane · 40 replies · 2,338+ views
    AP ^ | Feb. 27, 2006 | Will Lester
    WASHINGTON Feb 27, 2006 (AP)-- Eleven cities have shown interest in playing host to the 2008 Democratic National Convention, twice the number of cities that applied to get the 2004 gathering. The DNC initially sent out letters to more than 30 cities, giving them an overview and finding out their level of interest. The 11 cities that said they were interested: Anaheim, Calif.; Dallas; Denver; Detroit; Las Vegas; Minneapolis; New Orleans; New York; Orlando, Fla.; Phoenix and San Antonio. Some of the cities are in critical swing states like Florida and Arizona, while others are in population centers like New...
  • Sing Sing was tough in the '30s

    05/26/2005 11:02:58 AM PDT · by JZelle · 34 replies · 1,134+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 5-26-05 | Dan Daly
    Though I've yet to see the movie -- it opens nationwide tomorrow -- I suspect the remake of "The Longest Yard" features more (Chris) Rock than rock pile. Adam Sandler as an NFL quarterback-turned-convict? Not a whole lot of verite in that cinema. (At least Burt Reynolds, who had Sandler's role in the original film, played some college ball at Florida State.) So let me tell you about a real prison football team, just so you'll know the difference. Let me tell you about the team they had at Sing Sing from 1931 to '35. The Black Sheep, they called...
  • Left-Leaning Attorney Is Guilty of Aiding TerrorCase Has Broad Implications for Civil Liberties

    02/11/2005 7:34:25 AM PST · by snowrip · 43 replies · 1,033+ views
    AP | Larry Neumeister
    Updated: 08:15 AM EST Left-Leaning Attorney Is Guilty of Aiding Terror Case Has Broad Implications for Civil Liberties By LARRY NEUMEISTER, AP advertisement AP Stewart said she was stunned and vowed to appeal the verdict. Gallery: See Trial Photos More on This Story: · Stewart's Case Log · Lawyers Uneasy on Future Talk About It: Post | Chat NEW YORK (Feb. 11) - A veteran civil rights lawyer known for representing radicals and revolutionaries in her 30 years on the New York legal scene has vowed to fight her conviction for smuggling messages of violence from one of her jailed...