Awan Brothers, Debbie Wasserman Schultz IT Scandal

  GOP Lawmakers Hold Meeting on Awan Brothers, Debbie Wasserman Schultz IT Scandal       Complete Meeting     Imran Awan case: Lawmaker calls ‘massive’ data transfers from Wasserman Schultz aide a ‘substantial security threat’ Fox News October 11, 2017 A Republican lawmaker on Tuesday described the “massive” data transfers on government servers by a former IT aide to Democratic Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz as “a substantial security threat.” “These facts, standing alone, indicate a substantial security threat,” Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Scott Perry said of the Imran Awan case during an informal hearing of Republican House members on … Continue reading

Is TPP threat to the world really dead because the US pulled out?

Brian Fallow: Reviving the Trans-Pacific Partnership New Zealand Herald Brian Fallon October 6, 2017 Alan Bollard thinks it is a 50:50 question whether leaders at next month’s Apec summit will sign off on a Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement which excludes the United States – the TPP11 – or will conclude that they have to renegotiate it. “It’s a bit hard to predict which they are going to do. If they don’t get something to sign, you would have to assume it is going to be on the back-burner,” said Bollard – the former Reserve Bank governor and Treasury secretary who now … Continue reading

Internet – Social Abuse and Censorship

Internet – Social Abuse and Censorship When the internet began, 1938: The Z1 was created by German Konrad Zuse in his parents’ living room between 1936-1938. 1951: Joe Thompson at Whirlwind console, ca. 1951 1968: Beranek and Newman, Inc. (BBN) unveils the final version of the Interface Message Processor (IMP) specifications. BBN wins ARPANET contract. 1969: U.S. Defense Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET). ARPA-funded researchers developed many of the protocols used for Internet communication today. It has been referred to as the beginning of internet as we know it today. But their’s was only the culmination of research and development by independent groups. 1974: The … Continue reading

Fort Knox, Germany, and Mnuchin’s Visit

Sharing a tidbit that may have escaped notice with the hurricane coverage                 At the end of August, Trump’s Treasury Secretary made an unusual and rare visit for a Treasury Secretary to one of the most secure storage sites in the world for gold — Fort Knox.  Two stories happened which made small ripples in the news during those latter days of August.  As usual, MSM carried little if anything about the visit, except to suggest that his trip was being closely examined by the IG. First, Germany demanded their stored gold in … Continue reading

An Open Letter To Larry Page, Google CEO

…. On the occasion of the 16th memorialization of the 9-11 attacks on our nation which were committed by violent theocratic statists and allies of the globalists.  This piece was written and sent by Felinity (a/k/a Missus SafeSpace) and reproduced here with her permission: Sir, Yet another post-2001 September 11 is here…and once again there’s a small, lone gray-black ribbon on the Google home page.  That little, forlorn ribbon doesn’t have a heading/title; one must put a cursor there to read the fleeting words”Remembering September 11th”. How fleeting were the lives snuffed out on that day in autumn of 2001…and … Continue reading

Batears Never Told 21 States Russians Were Hacking Their Voting Systems

From the Daily Caller: State election officials still don’t know which 21 of their jurisdictions Russian hackers targeted, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned. Secretaries of state — who are the top election officials in 40 states — told TheDCNF they were shocked to learn of the Russian hacking when Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials first divulged it at a June 21, 2017, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing. “We can’t find any secretaries of state who say they have been told they are part of this list of ‘targeted’ states.” said a spokeswoman for the National … Continue reading

Report: Obama Admin Feared Retaliation if It Responded to Russian Interference

From the Washington Free Beacon: U.S. intelligence officials were frustrated with the Obama administration’s response to Russia’s cyber espionage and disinformation campaigns to disrupt Western democracies, arguing the administration’s reluctance to respond more forcefully stemmed from fear of Russian retaliation. More than a dozen current and former national security officials from across the government told Politico how ineffective the White House and key agencies were in authorizing counter measures against Russian interference. Those officials said that responses such as shutting down suspected Russian intelligence sites or taking counter-intelligence action never went anywhere due to administrative roadblocks. “[Intelligence officials] had a list of things they … Continue reading

What Happens When Gang Headquarters Are Prisons

We have all seen prison fiction and documentary films about gang activity inside the walls. Often it depicts a bad prison warden and his henchmen or unconscionable gang activities. But what happens when those very fortresses meant to “punish” become the hub of gang business enterprises all because of technology? This is not fantasy but increasingly more fact. Especially now as more MS13 members and other gang members are picked up and held in prisons. Liberals would have us believe that prisoners are being deprived of their “human rights” when they have no access to internet or modern technology like … Continue reading

Continuing Enforcement Crackdown On DarkWeb Sites

HACKERS HAVE LOST FAVORITE BITCOIN LAUNDERING SERVICE AFTER AN ARREST IN GREECE     NextGov Joon Ian Wong July 29, 2017 DoJ Press Release – July 26, 2017 BTC-e and Vinnick were indicted on 21 counts for operating an unlicensed money service business, money laundering, alleged hack of Mt. Gox, and related crimes. Vinnick also was indicted for stolen identities, facilitating drug trafficking, and helping to launder criminal proceeds from syndicates around the world. The arrest of a Russian man named Alexander Vinnik in Greece on Wednesday could disrupt the operations of one of the world’s largest bitcoin exchanges, which is [allegedly] also … Continue reading

Awan Brothers Helped Wasserman Schultz

Awan Brothers Helped Wasserman Schultz   In case you missed this update from Retired US Army Reserve Lt. Colonel Tony Shaffer who joined Laura Ingraham on Tucker Carlson Tonight.     Oops DWS is going DOWN! A conservative-leaning government watchdog group on Monday asked the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate whether Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) violated ethics rules by employing an IT staffer prevented from accessing the House computer system. Complaint to the Office of Congressional Ethics by the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust…The Hill July 31, 2017 All of this happening even as her website proclaims … Continue reading

The Continuing Saga of

Imran Awan, who is trying to flee the USA to either avoid, a) being Arkancided like Seth Rich was or, b) indicted and forced to testify in order to get a reduced sentence and THEN get Arkancided in prison, or c) all of the above!  EXCERPT:  “Imran Awan, a congressional aide arrested by the FBI after wiring $300,000 to Pakistan and misrepresenting the purpose, had previously wired money to the country and was frantically liquidating multiple real estate properties on the day he was arrested, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned. Imran’s real estate properties provide a source of money that … Continue reading

The Hill Report Explosive Investigative Report – Newly declassified memos

Newly declassified memos detail extent of improper Obama-era NSA spying     The Hill by John Solomon July 25, 2017 The National Security Agency and FBI violated specific civil liberty protections during the Obama administration by improperly searching and disseminating raw intelligence on Americans or failing to promptly delete unauthorized intercepts, according to newly declassified memos that provide some of the richest detail to date on the spy agencies’ ability to obey their own rules. The memos reviewed by The Hill were publicly released on July 11 through Freedom of Information Act litigation by the American Civil Liberties Union.  ACLU … Continue reading

Oh My How Cozy – What Does Imran Awan, Wasserman Shultz, and the Clintons Have In Common

THEIR HIGH POWERED LAWYER, OF COURSE!     From the biography written for American University Washington College of Law Professor Chris Gowen: – worked for Former President William Jefferson Clinton for five years as a traveling aide and a fact checker for President Clinton’s memoir, “My Life.” – Gowen is a founding partner of Gowen, Rhoades, Winograd and Silva law firm, with offices in Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia, Penn. – worked on several different initiatives with former President Clinton including: The Clinton Global Initiative, The Clinton Health Access Initiative, The Clinton Foundation, The Clinton Library and the Presidential Campaign to elect … Continue reading

Border Patrol – Recognition For A Difficult Job

Rarely do we get a chance to offer our thanks to the Border Patrol for an outstanding job so I am taking this brief moment to honor all of them Coast Guard, ATF, ICE, CBP and any I forgot. They put their lives on the line in often remote and extremely difficult circumstances. The last administration chose to handcuff them and prevent their doing their best to aid in the National Security of our country. Not any more!     Here are some of the many press release actions they have taken just in the last few days alone. Ajo … Continue reading

As The Song Goes

“this is how we do it, do it…” EXCERPT:  “While everyone in Washington is chasing Russian squirrels, it looks like Democrat IT staffers were allegedly committing bank fraud. Imran Awan is reportedly still on Debbie Wasserman Schultz payroll and he just got busted at Dulles Airport trying to flee the country. He’s being charged with multiple counts of bank fraud.” Now combine this with the report that a bunch of smashed IT hard drives, etc, was found by a Marine and turned over to the FBI a day or so ago. http://hardnoxandfriends.com/2017/07/24/deep-trouble-for-the-dems/ NOT looking good for Obama, Hillary, Podesta the Molesta, … Continue reading

Warning to Healthcare Fraudsters – Justice Department Is On Your Trail

Warning to Healthcare Fraudsters – Justice Department Is On Your Trail “While today is a historic day, the Department’s work is not finished. In fact, it is just beginning.” stated AG Sessions. DoJ did a press release on July 13, 2017 – “National Health Care Fraud Takedown Results in Charges Against Over 412 Individuals Responsible for $1.3 Billion in Fraud Losses”. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Tom Price, M.D., announced today the largest ever health care fraud enforcement action by the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, involving 412 charged defendants across 41 federal … Continue reading

AlphaBay and Hansa dark web markets shut down

  AlphaBay and Hansa dark web markets shut down BBC By Chris Baraniuk Technology reporter July 20, 2017 Two of the largest dark web marketplaces have been shut down following a “landmark” international law enforcement investigation. The AlphaBay and Hansa sites had been associated with the trade in illicit items such as drugs, weapons, malware and stolen data. According to Europol, there were more than 250,000 listings for illegal drugs and toxic chemicals on AlphaBay. Hansa was seized and covertly monitored for a month before being deactivated. The agency said it believed the bust would lead to hundreds of new investigations in … Continue reading

Personal details of nearly 200 million US citizens exposed

BBC: Sensitive personal details relating to almost 200 million US citizens have been accidentally exposed by a marketing firm contracted by the Republican National Committee. The 1.1 terabytes of data includes birthdates, home addresses, telephone numbers and political views of nearly 62% of the entire US population. The data was available on a publicly accessible Amazon cloud server. Anyone could access the data as long as they had a link to it. Political biases exposed The huge cache of data was discovered last week by Chris Vickery, a cyber-risk analyst with security firm UpGuard. The information seems to have been … Continue reading