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Saturday
Feb172018

Keiser Report: JP Morgan’s ‘Bitcoin Bible’ - a plea for help? (E1190)

Saturday
Feb172018

Cryptocurrency Regulation Is Still Far Off, White House Official Says, and That’s Good News

The U.S. government is far away from regulating cryptocurrency, Rob Joyce, special assistant to the president and White House cybersecurity coordinator, told reporters on Friday. Joyce pointed out that, before the government can regulate cryptocurrency, it must first understand it—and the government is still learning. 

“I think we’re still absolutely studying and understanding what the good ideas and bad ideas in that space are,” the US cybersecurity czar told reporters at the Munich Security Conference in Germany when asked about government regulation.  “So, I don’t think it’s close.” 

These remarks echo the sentiments that were expressed last week by the chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Christopher Giancarlo in his testimony before the Senate Banking Committee.

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Saturday
Feb172018

Where Is the Democratic Outrage Over Spying on Americans?

Under the Constitution, there are three branches of government.  The FBI is not one of them.  Instead, the FBI was created to assist the president in his job to enforce laws.  Members of the FBI are called “agents” because of their agency relationship with the president. 

During World War II and then the Red Scare, the FBI's mission expanded to gather intelligence against spies.  Here, too, the FBI was assisting the Commander in Chief.  Even the word “intelligence” connotes this fact.  The purpose was to help the president act intelligently against domestic threats. 

The FBI’s domestic intelligence gathering function caused understandable discomfort on the left.

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Saturday
Feb172018

Federal Judge Deals Heavy Blow To Fusion GPS In Dossier-Related Lawsuit

DAILY CALLER

A Trump-appointed federal judge said Friday that he will not recuse himself from a lawsuit related to the Steele dossier.

Trevor McFadden, a judge in Washington, D.C., issued the ruling in response to a recusal request submitted last month by Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that commissioned the dossier.

Fusion sought McFadden’s recusal as part of an attempt to avoid complying with a subpoena issued by a Russian businessman who is suing BuzzFeed News for publishing the unverified dossier. The businessman, Aleksej Gubarev, seeks depositions and documents from Fusion GPS as part of the lawsuit.

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Saturday
Feb172018

Q-DROP - Behavioral Control through Frequencies

Saturday
Feb172018

Their propaganda is no longer working 

by Charlotte Ruse

"The greatest fear of the Democrats no less than the Republicans is NOT Putin, but the growth of opposition within the United States. The report goes on at considerable length to detail how Russian agents supposedly promoted left-wing political organizations, anti-war sentiment, and opposition to the US two-party system."

The elites REAL fear is that their propaganda is no longer working as successfully as it has in the past, and that the "official narrative" is losing traction among the electorate. This apprehension about the public's access to alternative information is intensifying because it's revealing to the US population that they're being misled and hoodwinked by both political parties.

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Saturday
Feb172018

Indictment of Russian nationals used to campaign for censorship and war

On Friday, the US Justice Department announced charges against 13 Russian nationals and three organizations for allegedly entering into a conspiracy to “interfere in the US political system.” The indictments are the first charges filed by the investigation headed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the former head of the FBI.

The indictments are primarily aimed at providing the New York Times, Washington Post, and major broadcast media outlets with fodder for their claim of massive Russian involvement in US politics, including through the manipulation of the 2016 elections. The campaign has been used to justify a regime of Internet censorship and condition the population for war against Russia.

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Saturday
Feb172018

Until there are facts on election meddling, it’s all just blather 

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has again dismissed claims of Russian meddling in the US election, saying that until facts are presented by Washington, they are nothing but “blather.”

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Friday
Feb162018

FISA court responds to Republican leaders' requests for info on Trump aide surveillance

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court sent response letters to Republican leaders who requested certain documents related to investigations into surveillance of a Trump campaign aide, saying the court is analyzing the unusual requests.

Judge Rosemary Collyer, who presides over the national security court, explained in the letters dated Thursday and sent to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes and House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte that the requests the court have received this year are the first of their kind and thus a path forward has yet to be determined.

"Before 2018, the Court had never received a request from Congress for documents related to any specific FISA application.

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Thursday
Feb152018

Breaking Down The Deep State Valentine Distraction - Episode 1499b

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Thursday
Feb152018

“There Were Definitely Two Shooters”, Florida Eyewitness Of Mass Killing Reports

Thursday
Feb152018

Something's NOT Adding Up Here..

Some people will believe anything the government tells them! They have no critical thinking skills!! It's sad! Thank you, Secure Team!

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Thursday
Feb152018

WaPo Columnist: Americans Must Demand Answers From the FBI About Explosive Grassley-Graham FISA Memo

As the memo wars continue to rage inside the Beltway, much of the media continues to train its attention on the drama surrounding Adam Schiff's Democratic response to the GOP-prepared document from House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes, approved for release by President Trump a few weeks ago. Prior to its publication, Schiff loudly warned -- without any real basis, it turns out -- that the Republican file becoming public would endanger national security by potentially compromising "sources and methods" intelligence information. It did not. Now we know that the FBI has objected to numerous elements of Schiff's counter-memo, which the Bureau says would actually cause the sort of harm that Schiff falsely attributed to the Republicans' version.

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