Trey Gowdy Furious Over Closed Door Congressional Security Leaks

As new head of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, it is important that information contained and discussed behind closed doors be secure from leaks. Unfortunately, Trey Gowdy found out this week, those in attendance of a “secure closed door meeting” apparently can not be trusted to honor their oath and committment to national security. The June 20th press release for the Russia Investigative Task Force Hearing stated that “On Wednesday, June 21, former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, will appear in open session starting at 10 a.m. to answer questions related to Russian active measures … Continue reading

ICE – Carrying Out A Difficult Job As A Matter Of National Security – Yet Sanctuary Cities Continue To Obstruct

ICE – Carrying Out A Difficult Job As A Matter Of National Security – Yet Sanctuary Cities Continue To Obstruct That Duty (Prepared Statement by Senator Chuck Grassley) ICE ERO Arrests Continue to Climb DHS website 100 days WASHINGTON, D.C. – In the 100 days since President Donald J. Trump signed Executive Orders (EOs) regarding immigration enforcement priorities, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has arrested more than 41,000 individuals who are either known or suspected of being in the country illegally. This reflects an increase of 37.6 percent over the same period in 2016. Between Jan. 22 and April … Continue reading

If One is raked over the coals for “Russian” involvement then All must be burned

If One is raked over the coals for “Russian” involvement then All must be burned Flashback: Russian Ambassador Visited Obama White House 22 Times   Town Hall Matt Vespa June 18, 2017 Prior to the testimony given by Attorney General Jeff Sessions before the Senate Intelligence Committee this week, there was a lot of chatter about his third undisclosed meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Depending on whom you read, like the LA Times or the Associated Press, Sessions denied the third meeting, while NBC News says the attorney general said it was “conceivable” a third rendezvous occurred, but he cannot recollect what happened. He … Continue reading

State Department Grant Funds Used to Oppose Netanyahu

ACLJ Case Seeking Information About State Department Grant Funds Used to Oppose Netanyahu Moves Forward   ACLJ June 10, 2017 We obtained a crucial victory yesterday in our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation against the Department of State, in which we are seeking records concerning the then-Obama State Department’s grant of funds to several organizations that campaigned to unseat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the 2015 Israeli elections. The district court in Washington, D.C., ordered that we be permitted to file an amendment to our initial complaint detailing not just the State Department’s failure to abide by the … Continue reading

Indictment of First Major Leaker

It’s an issue that shouldn’t be partisan. It shouldn’t matter who the President is.   ACLJ June 14, 2017 It’s an issue that shouldn’t be partisan. It shouldn’t matter who the President is. All Americans should praise the indictment of someone who leaks top-secret classified information and breaks the law while also making statements siding with Iran over the United States, saying she wanted to “burn the White House down.” Reality Leigh Winner, 25, a Federal Government contractor with top secret security clearance was charged with leaking classified U.S. intelligence documents after she allegedly removed classified materials from a Government … Continue reading

How Is DoJ Press Release A “Cryptic” Message?

  The statement was issued just hours after a report from the Washington Post stating that Special Counsel Robert Mueller was investigating President Trump for possible obstruction of justice. Twitter and internet have blown this sky high claiming it is “cryptic”.  Cryptic — really? As defined, cryptic is (1) having a meaning that is obscure, enigmatic, mysterious, confusing, mystifying, perplexing, puzzling,  abstruse, arcane, oracular, Delphic, ambiguous, elliptical, oblique; or in more modern vernacular–informal “as clear as mud”. (2)  serving to conceal; and  (3)  employing cipher or code. The only think cryptic about that message is that people have managed to go … Continue reading

Looks Like Radical Left Decided If Less Violent Threats Aren’t Enough in Georgia…

to get their way, then they will resort to other means of getting their people elected.     The special election is to replace former Rep. Tom Price (R), who left to become President Trump’s Health and Human Services secretary. The two main candidates in Georgia District 6 are Karen Handel (R) and Jon Ossoff (D). A federal district judge ordered the voter registration to be reopened on May 4th citing the ruling as part of a broader lawsuit by a Washington-based advocacy group, which last month accused Georgia of violating federal law by reducing the amount of time residents had to … Continue reading

Is Wasserman-DNC Lawsuit Turning Deadly? Why The MSM Blackout?

MSM appears to be trying to black out any reporting on the highly political fraud lawsuit brought against the DNC by members of the Democrat Party. Now strange events are unfolding as the lawsuit continues.     According to the DNC Fraud Lawsuit website, the filing is a class action against the Democratic National Committee and Debbie Wasserman Schultz for collusion and fraud. June 2016 – Wikileaks released several volumes of documents which pointed to the DNC and Debbie Wasserman in particular as colluding and deliberately channeling party contributions in the presidential election to Hillary Clinton rather than treating Bernie Sanders as a legitimate … Continue reading

Democrats Turn On Lynch

    Feinstein, Graham Call For Congressional Investigation Of Lynch “This should be in the Judiciary Committee.” Western Journalism By Jack Davis June 12, 2017 In a rare instance of senators from both parties agreeing on the need for further investigation, two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee indicated Sunday that they have new questions about former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s involvement in the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said on Sunday’s State of the Union on CNN that “I would have a queasy feeling too.” “I think we need to know more about that. And … Continue reading

Just In – Patrons at London Bridge Under Attack

Pedestrians have reportedly been hit by a white van on London Bridge Eyewitnesses tell the BBC several people are injured Armed officers and paramedics at working at the scene Police say they are also responding to an incident in Borough Market, near London Bridge Downing Street says Prime Minister Theresa May is being regularly updated London Bridge railway station is closed while transport police deal with the incident Transport for London says the bridge is closed to all traffic PANIC AT LONDON BRIDGE London Bridge incident: Terror attack fears as van ploughs into up to 20 pedestrians including a police … Continue reading

May 2017 GAO Report Critical Of Prior Employee Cuts to National Weather Service

  Weather Service Staff Shortages Have Led to Burnout Among Employees Government Executive Erich Wagner May 26, 2017 Officials at the Government Accountability Office reported this week that an extensive hiring backlog at the National Weather Service has led to burnout among meteorologists at the agency, who are frequently shifting schedules and working overtime. NWS plays a vital role in tracking weather across the country, frequently sending out warnings and advisory alerts to Americans when severe storms are imminent. But the agency, which is a part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in the Commerce Department, has suffered from … Continue reading

Meet The New DoJ Prosecutor Who’s Leading Review of Violent Crime in Cities

Zealous Prosecutor Leading Review of Violent Crime in Cities   Newsmax May 29, 2017 Steve Cook’s hardline views on criminal justice were fortified as a cop on the streets of Knoxville, Tennessee, in the late 1970s and early ’80s. The unabashed drug warrior is now armed with a broad mandate to review departmental policies, and observers already worried about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ agenda are wringing their hands at Cook’s ascension. After some 30 years of prosecuting mostly violent crimes, Cook sums up his philosophy in simple terms that crystalized one night on patrol when he came upon a family … Continue reading

Obama NSA used for domestic political intelligence & violated Constitution

Obama NSA used for domestic political intelligence & violated Constitution     Judicial Watch Seeks Docs on Obama White House Spying Scandal With the news this week of the unprecedented spying on Americans by the National Security Agency under President Obama’s direction, it has become even more critical that we get to the truth about any Obama administration surveillance of Donald Trump and his campaign and the subsequent illegal leaking of classified information in an effort to undermine the Trump administration. We filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice and the National Security … Continue reading

Loyalty To Trump Isn’t Enough…

The prime objective of every American, especially in government should be fidelity to law, order, constitution, and the United States above personal gain or individual sentiment. Attacking a sitting president without just, factual, and legal cause is offensive, ill-advised, and smacks of sedition; but then, so is stupidity at the highest levels of governance. A need to “teach” a president something should not even be a consideration. Whistle-blowing is for real issues based in factual documentation not the bullying, tantrums currently being displayed by some who simply can not get over the fact they lost, refuse to move on, or … Continue reading

Words of Wisdom From Supporters

Fox News hits Michigan to get the pulse of Trump voters; one man looks camera in the eye… BizPac Review Frieda Powers May 19, 2017 A Michigan voter leveled a wake up call to Republicans and offered heartfelt encouragement for President Trump following the challenging week he has had. “Don’t try to win over the people who don’t support you,” DeOrsey advised Trump as he spoke to Fox News Channel’s Pete Hegseth Friday from the 3 Sons Diner in Warren, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. “They’re never gonna support you. There’s nothing you can do to please them. Remember: the … Continue reading

Cyber News From DC

  Last week many of the major countries of the world were cyber attacked and hijacked with malware. Even today we may be seeing repercussions here and abroad. What it has done is ratched up the concerns of the world over malevolent attacks. Cyber security has been a growing concern for many years. Certainly on the Hill it has been talked nearly to death without a lot of positive results. As usual Congress simply jabbers and rarely has pushed to achieve on an issue of growing and great concern. Just as the email scandals of the DNC and Hillary Clinton have … Continue reading

BGS Mining Groups Filed $10 Billion Lawsuit Against Soros

George Soros battles $10B lawsuit, familiar charges of wielding political influence FOX News World Brooke Singman May 5, 2017 A $10 billion suit against George Soros accuses the self-styled humanitarian of meddling in the politics of a poor African country in order to settle his own scores, a charge the billionaire’s critics say reflects his longtime modus operandi. The 86-year-old investor, who controls a web of international nonprofits in addition to his vast financial empire, used his sway with the government of Guinea to freeze Israeli company BSG Resources out of the West African nation’s lucrative iron ore mining contracts, … Continue reading

Sean Hannity’s Monologue – Liberal Fascists Attack On Conservative Voices

    For those that missed this monologue — Hannity is one hundred percent correct. Advertizers, media outlets, and conservative speakers who given in or in any way do not challenge these fascists thugs are only enabling them to continue and ramp up their attacks. Time to roll up the sleeves and challenge these idiots. The time for political correctness has passed. The FBI and DoJ need to bring down the hammer of the law on these hateful, bigoted, marxist, communists, fascists and if enough get silenced maybe the sheeple will get the message. Stop the flow of money from … Continue reading

Iranian National Sentenced – $36.6 Million Restitution and 10 years Behind Bars

Justice grinds slowly but in the case of one Iranian does end in a hefty financial slap down and stay behind bars. Milad Kalantari, 32, an Iranian citizen, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Louis Guirola Jr. of the Southern District of Mississippi. Kalantari was arrested in December 2015, when he entered the United States at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. On Oct. 6, 2016, Kalantari pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit identity theft and access device fraud and one count of substantive access device fraud. As part of the plea, Kalantari admitted … Continue reading

More Democrat Email Leaks. Someone Give ‘Em New Condoms, Please.

Not satisfied with losing control of the emails of Hillary Clinton and John Podesta … not satisfied with giving three Muslims access to emails of Democrat House members … we now learn that Feh Johnson and his crackerjack crew over at DHS also leaked secure information like a worn-out prophylactic.  Courtesy of the 17 February 2017 newsletter from Tom Fitton at Judicial Watch: Another Obama Administration Email Scandal – At Homeland Security  Hillary Clinton may be the poster child of skullduggerous email practices, but she wasn’t the only one in the Obama administration to put sensitive matters at risk on … Continue reading