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‘There’s a Smell of Treason in the Air’

FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Mike Rogers appear in front of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on Monday, March 20, 2017  (Photo by Matt McClain/The Washington Post via Getty Images) 1,007 more words

U.S. Politics

Former House Intelligence Chair Rips Comey And Rogers After Hearings

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Pete Hoekstra, a former Congressman and Chair of the House Intelligence Committee, blasted both NSA Director Mike Rogers and FBI Director James Comey following yesterday’s Congressional hearing on Russian interference into the presidential election claims that Barack Obama ordered electronic monitoring of Donald Trump and the leaking of classified information to the press. 268 more words

Heard On

Waking Up the Power of the People - Solutions Part III – Finding the Message in a Sea of Garbage

I really did mean to write this a few days ago. But, when I heard that FBI Director James Comey, and NSA Director Mike Rodgers were going to testify before the Congressional  House Intelligence Committee, I thought I’d wait. 1,626 more words


Trump Administration's Apparent Collusion With Russia: Worse Than Watergate?

By Jason Taylor

If there were ever an issue which should bring the country together, this is it. An outside and adversarial government has manipulated with our election and have a stake in Trump holding the White House. 1,146 more words

Donald Trump

House Intelligence Committee: Public Testimony on Russian Interference Day 1

Well, well, well. I just managed to get the settings on this blog configured in time for an incredibly slow news day… ;)

Right. Now that you all have passed the sarcasm test, today was an absurd day in United States politics. 1,149 more words

Adam Schiff Lays It All Out.

These are the opening remarks of Adam Schiff at today’s investigative hearing of FBI’s James Comey and NSA’s Admiral Mike Rogers. His logic is so wonderfully delineated that I am running his entire opening statement unedited and without comment.   2,872 more words