Updated: November 19, 2019 This week House Permanent Select Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) began releasing transcripts indicated to be relevant in their Impeachment Inquiry of President Donald J. Trump. Check back daily for updates. >Letter from Chairman Schiff: >Former U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Kurt Volker (Excerpts): >Full Volker Deposition Transcript: >Additional Volker […]
> Part #1: CNN Insider Blows Whistle on Network President Jeff Zucker’s Personal Vendetta Against POTUS > Part #2: CNN Leadership Picks Winners and Losers on Eve of Debate / They (CNN) Like Elizabeth Warren A Lot > Part #3: CNN Field Manager: Zucker’s 9AM Calls BS / Totally Left Leaning / […]
Reprint from Smithsonian · by David Wise · August 9, 2011 Editor’s Note: This article was updated from the version in the July/August 2011 issue of the printed magazine to reflect Thomas Drake’s June 9 plea agreement and his July 15 sentencing. Thomas A. Drake was a senior executive at the National Security Agency for seven years. When […]
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China has been pushing for years to re-gear their commerce structure based on social acceptability. Social Credit, as it is commonly termed, is the concept of placing buying power at the mercy of one’s social interaction, or popularity. Although not as cut-and-dry as it sounds, for some Social Credit is actually an Orwellian attempt to […]
This week we are excited to announce that our podcasts are moving to more venues, including Spotify and Google Podcasts. Apple Podcasts (previously iTunes) and iHeart Radio are to follow soon. All previous podcasts will still be available, including our Archive section from the original online radio program. Along with this move, articles will include […]