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  • Latest tweet from John "The Commie" Brennan

    04/04/2018 9:10:18 PM PDT · by Major Matt Mason · 66 replies
    Twitter ^ | 4/5/18 | John Brennan
    I served 6 Presidents, 3 Rs & 3Ds. I directly supported Clinton, Bush 43, and Obama. While I didn't agree with all their policy choices, I admired and respected all of them, as they put country above their personal interests. Not so with you, as your self adoration is disgraceful https://t.co/A1brb0HW3V— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) April 5, 2018
  • Passport Investigation Scrutinizes Employee of Firm With a Tie to Obama

    03/22/2008 3:19:16 PM PDT · by charles m · 41 replies · 2,191+ views
    FOX News ^ | 3/22/08
    The State Department investigation into how and why the passport files of three presidential candidates were breached is scrutinizing an employee at a Virginia-based company, which is headed by an adviser to Barack Obama’s campaign. The Washington Times, which broke the news Thursday that Obama’s files were improperly accessed, reported Saturday that the State Department inspector general’s internal probe will include polygraph tests of supervisors to determine whether there was a political motive behind the breaches. The article said a focal point of the probe will be an employee who works for The Analysis Corporation and is still with the...
  • CHOOSE A NAME FOR THIS LATEST CLINTON SCANDAL--How about "WALLGATE" or "TREASONGATE"?

    08/11/2005 6:30:09 PM PDT · by Bronc1 · 47 replies · 4,293+ views
    August 11, 2005 | Bronc1
    CHOOSE A NAME FOR THIS LATEST CLINTON SCANDAL-- How about "WALLGATE" or "TREASONGATE"?
  • How Chinagate Led to 9/11

    08/11/2005 6:14:05 PM PDT · by Bronc1 · 30 replies · 5,053+ views
    Front Page magazine ^ | May 25, 2004 | Jean Pearce
    "...In April, CNSNews.com staff writer Scott Wheeler reported that a senior U.S. government official and three other sources claimed that the 1995 memo written by Jamie Gorelick, who served as the Clinton Justice Department’s deputy attorney general from 1994 to 1997, created "a roadblock" to the investigation of illegal Chinese donations to the Democratic National Committee. But the picture is much bigger than that. The Gorelick memo, which blocked intelligence agents from sharing information that could have halted the September 11 hijacking plot, was only the mortar in a much larger maze of bureaucratic walls whose creation Gorelick personally oversaw..."
  • 9/11 Commission Transcript: U. S. Attorney General John Ashcroft - Wednesday, April 14, 2004

    08/11/2005 2:32:50 PM PDT · by Bronc1 · 32 replies · 3,429+ views
    Pittsburg Post-Gazette ^ | April 14, 2004 | Bronc1
    "...So it's my clear belief that the wall itself developed this culture which restrained in a substantial way the exchange of information in the intelligence and law enforcement communities. The Bellows report, which was part of some recommendations following the Wen Ho Lee case, indicated that it was part of the culture at the FBI that if one made a mistake and shared information that was later deemed to be inappropriate, it was called a career- ender, so that the risk of a person sharing information improperly was at least known in the culture of the law enforcement community to...
  • Who's Who on the 9/11 "Independent" Commission?

    08/11/2005 2:17:27 PM PDT · by Bronc1 · 19 replies · 2,158+ views
    Independent Media TV ^ | July 21, 2003 | Michael Chossudovsky
    According to The New York Times (8 July 2003): "the federal commission investigating the Sept. 11 terror attacks said today that its work was being hampered by the failure of executive branch agencies, especially the Pentagon and the Justice Department, to respond quickly to requests for documents and testimony." Several alternative media have joined the bandwagon. George W. Bush is accused of obstructing the investigation...Former Jersey governor Thomas Kean, the commission's chairman is presented as an honest and uncompromising individual, who is courageously confronting the US government: "Without greater cooperation, Kean said, ''we cannot do the job we are supposed...
  • OH REALLY, MR. KOJM?...Q & A with Christopher Kojm, Deputy Executive Director of the 9/11 Commission

    08/11/2005 2:00:11 PM PDT · by Bronc1 · 2 replies · 1,078+ views
    "...It was a deeply rewarding experience to work with highly capable colleagues and for such distinguished and thoughtful commissioners. Our commission sessions had long and occasionally heated discussion, but it was always productive and the commissioners themselves were devoted to achieving bipartisanship and unanimity. They understood very well that their impact would be greatest if they were unanimous..."
  • What are the backgrounds of the key players on the 9/11 Commission? Here's the answer...

    08/11/2005 11:39:12 AM PDT · by Bronc1 · 4 replies · 1,511+ views
    The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (also known as the 9-11 Commission), an independent, bipartisan commission created by congressional legislation...is chartered to prepare a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, including preparedness for and the immediate response to the attacks...
  • Four in 9/11 Plot Are Called Tied to Qaeda in '00

    08/09/2005 10:12:39 PM PDT · by Bronc1 · 25 replies · 2,637+ views
    New York Times ^ | August 9, 2005 | Douglas Jehl
    ...The former intelligence official said the first Able Danger report identified all four men as members of a "Brooklyn" cell, and was produced within two months after Mr. Atta arrived in the United States. The former intelligence official said he was among a group that briefed Mr. Zelikow and at least three other members of the Sept. 11 commission staff about Able Danger when they visited the Afghanistan-Pakistan region in October 2003...
  • Did DoD lawyers blow the chance to nab Atta?

    08/09/2005 9:10:55 PM PDT · by Bronc1 · 13 replies · 2,021+ views
    Government Security News ^ | Unknown | Bronc1
    In September 2000, one year before the Al Qaeda attacks of 9/11, a U.S. Army military intelligence program, known as “Able Danger,” identified a terrorist cell based in Brooklyn, NY, one of whose members was 9/11 ringleader Mohammed Atta, and recommended to their military superiors that the FBI be called in to “take out that cell,” according to Rep. Curt Weldon, a longtime Republican congressman from Pennsylvania who is currently vice chairman of both the House Homeland Security and House Armed Services Committees...
  • Fitting the Pieces Together--Able Danger, Jamie Gorelick & 9/11

    08/09/2005 8:43:08 PM PDT · by Bronc1 · 67 replies · 10,499+ views
    The Strata-Sphere ^ | August 9, 2005 | Bronc1
    ...We do know that Able Danger made their report about four of the attackers in 2000. We do know the report was submitted and the request for action was denied. We do know the Gorelick policy ‘wall’ was in effect at the time. We do know Clinton was President and Dick Clark was terrorism guru. We do know 9-11 commission staffers were briefed on these events and 9-11 commissioners were not...
  • Agencies Shared Intelligence That Led to New Alert

    08/02/2004 8:53:56 AM PDT · by NCjim · 5 replies · 365+ views
    Washington Post ^ | August 2, 2004 | Walter Pincus
    At 5 p.m. Thursday, acting CIA Director John E. McLaughlin, in his other capacity as acting director of central intelligence, conducted the daily counterterrorism meeting where the first information about the latest detailed al Qaeda threats was discussed among senior CIA, FBI and military officials. They set in motion plans for antiterrorism operations in the United States and overseas, ultimately leading to yesterday's announcement of an elevated terrorism threat more specific than any the government had ever issued. Surrounding McLaughlin were officers who once were prohibited by law or habit from working together: CIA operatives from the clandestine service who...
  • CIA Analyst: 'Whole Bureaucracy' Still Opposes Bush

    03/29/2004 12:43:49 AM PST · by kattracks · 14 replies · 256+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | 3/28/04 | Carl Limbacher and NewsMax.com Staff
    Critics from inside the intelligence community tell Newsweek that post-9/11, despite the Bush administration's establishment of the Terrorist Threat Integration Center (TTIC) to remedy U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies' failure to communicate, everything the various intelligence agencies learn is still not being shared. "The whole bureaucracy is against TTIC," says one CIA analyst. "They've got the long knives out for it." Launched last May, the TTIC is an independent body manned with analysts from more than a dozen agencies, including the CIA, FBI, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, the National Security Agency, the Coast Guard, Homeland Security and the...
  • FBI up for private screens

    <p>The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security are developing a database that will allow private companies to submit lists of individuals to be screened for a connection to terrorism, the FBI Terrorist Screening Center Director Donna A. Bucella told legislators yesterday.</p>
  • INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS: Keeping Terrorist Secrets Secret

    10/19/2003 10:45:49 AM PDT · by John Jorsett · 6 replies · 158+ views
    StrategyPage.com ^ | October 19, 2003
    The U.S. intelligence community has explained to Congress that the only way to effectively deal with gathering information on terrorist threats is to create an organization that is not exposed to leaks and the constant attention of the media. To that end, the Terrorist Threat Integration Center (TTIC) was set up earlier this year by presidential order. The TTIC deals with intelligence data from intelligence agencies (CIA, DIA, Etc.) and the Homeland Security Department. To keep even the cost of this effort secret, the money spent on TTIC was placed under the CIA's secret "black" budget. Intelligence information regarding terrorism...
  • Terrorist Threat Integration Center (Began Operations May 1st)

    TERRORIST THREAT INTEGRATION CENTER BEGINS OPERATIONS The Terrorist Threat Integration Center (TTIC), whose creation was announced by President Bush in his State of the Union address in January, began operations today. Among those in attendance at the ribbon cutting ceremony held at CIA Headquarters this morning were Director of Central Intelligence George J. Tenet; FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III; Department of Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Gordon England; TTIC Director John O. Brennan; Paul J. Redmond, Assistant Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis, Department of Homeland Security; Richard Haver, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Intelligence; Ambassador at...
  • A Top Intelligence Post Goes to C.I.A. Officer in Spy Case

    03/14/2003 12:20:24 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 134+ views
    New York Times ^ | Friday, March 15, 2003 | By JAMES RISEN
    A Top Intelligence Post Goes to C.I.A. Officer in Spy CaseBy JAMES RISEN ASHINGTON, March 13 — The C.I.A. officer who led the team that caught the Soviet mole Aldrich H. Ames is coming out of retirement to take charge of intelligence at the new Department of Homeland Security. The officer, Paul Redmond, the former chief of counterintelligence at the Central Intelligence Agency, has been named assistant secretary of homeland security for information analysis, the White House announced today. The appointment ends months of speculation in Washington about who would take charge of the newly created — and highly sensitive...
  • Bush Announces Details of New FBI-CIA Counterterrorism Center

    02/14/2003 2:24:28 PM PST · by Ligeia · 2 replies · 200+ views
    Richmond Times-Dispatch ^ | Feb 14, 2003 | Curt Anderson
    <p>WASHINGTON (AP) _ FBI and CIA counterterrorism analysts will work together under a single roof in a new intelligence hub for the government's effort to detect and prevent terrorist attacks, the Bush administration said Friday.</p> <p>The new Terrorist Threat Integration Center, which will begin work May 1 at the CIA's headquarters in northern Virginia, will eventually relocate to a yet-to-be chosen, separate facility and will grow from 60 to 300 government employees, according to a White House fact sheet that provides new details of a plan Bush announced last month in his State of the Union address.</p>