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Why is Obama getting a pass from the media over Comey's surveillance of Trump campaign?

(National Sentinel) Executive Branch Scandal: What did the president know, and when did he know it?

That infamous question was asked by Sen. Howard Baker during the Watergate hearings more than 40 years ago. 749 more words

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Trump VINDICATION: Report says Obama admin DID 'wiretap' campaign

(National SentinelPolitical Conspiracy: When President Donald J. Trump claimed in a tweet in March that the Obama administration “wiretapped” his campaign, he was widely mocked and ridiculed — which, even by then, had become standard operating procedure for most of Washington’s political and media establishment. 607 more words

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DOJ lets itself off the privacy hook

The ever-growing pile of evidence that privacy is dead just got a bit larger.

Last week, privacy advocates lost another round with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) in the battle over the relatively unfettered collection, analysis and distribution of massive amounts of personal data of those both in and outside of government. 833 more words

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Susceptibility in Operations: Stericyle

Stock: (ticker SRCL) 
Business as usual in more than 70% of its operations should provide some comfort

Stericycle’s share price has experienced one-year lows recently. As a result, the company has underperformed the broader S&P 500 market so far this year having generated 6.4% total losses compared to the index’s 13.33% (Morningstar). 1,013 more words

Another Left-wing judge blocks Trump admin's effort to end sanctuary cities

(National SentinelImmigration Reform: Passing laws in American mean nothing anymore when federal judges and Left-wing interest groups can simply overrule them by fiat. 505 more words

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Left-wing hate against Sheriff Arpaio continues as federal judge may refuse to vacate conviction after Trump pardon

(National SentinelInjustice: The Left-wing federal judge who railroaded former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio with a conviction for defying an improper order to end his department’s practice of detaining individuals suspected of being in the country illegally may now refuse to vacate the conviction, despite him being pardoned by President Donald J. 259 more words

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Is the Department of Justice Preparing to Go Easier on Corporate Crime?

In a speech at the Heritage Foundation on Thursday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said the U.S. Justice Department (DoJ) is reviewing its policies on prosecuting… 192 more words

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