Tag Archive 'NSA'

Mar 10 2017

About That Infamous “Trump Server”

  If you are wondering what in the world was the basis for all the investigating of candidate Trump and his ties to Russian banks, you have to refer back to the detailed (I would say “too detailed”) article from Slate.com on Oct 31, 2016. This is the article Hillary Clinton famously tweeted out on […]

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Mar 07 2017

Fake News Misleads On Obama Surveillance Of Trump

  Major Update: When crafting this long post I neglected to add one more bit of evidence that ties all these actions to the Obama White House (from The Guardian): The White House is aware of phone calls between retired lieutenant-general Michael Flynn and ambassador Sergey Kislyak, a senior US official told the Associated Press. […]

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Jun 10 2013

The NSA & The Whistle Blower

Published by under All General Discussions

I have a saying I like to use: Just because you CAN do a thing, does not mean you SHOULD. This tenant seems incredibly appropriate given the story unfolding around the massive surveillance capability being built up under President Obama and the young man who sacrificed so much to expose it. On one side, just […]

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May 06 2010

More Evidence Team Obama Stopped Shahzad Monitoring Begun Under Bush-Clinton

Welcome Big Government Readers – be sure to follow the links embedded below to previous posts on the timeline of decisions by the Obama administration to curtail surveillance, and if you have the time check out all our posts on the Ft Hood Massacre and the Christmas Day Bomber for how these details unfolded. Major […]

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Feb 23 2010

The Obama-Holder Failures On Domestic Terrorism Attacks

It is so pre 9/11 now. One of the tragedies that arose out of the NY Times’ erroneous reporting on the FISA-NSA changes made by President Bush in the after math of 3,000 people killed by terrorists on 9/11 was the idea we lost the trail of the soon-to-be mass murderers once they were in […]

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Feb 09 2010

I Think I Discovered How Team Obama Missed The Ft Hood Massacre And Christmas Bomber

I have worked many years in the government and I can tell you that radical, reckless or illegal policies cannot be dictated from on high and then executed mindlessly. It is the reason why America was never really at risk of Bush/Cheney eavesdropping on Americans instead of chasing down NSA leads when the Bush administration […]

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Jan 07 2010

Obama’s National Security Team Still Doesn’t Quite Get It

Update: Dana Milbank from the Washington Post apparently sees things the way I do. – end update Just finished listening to the Q&A session at the White House and reviewing the report, and we Americans clearly have more dots to connect ourselves. The White House report (as vague as it is) can be found here. First […]

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Jan 03 2010

Apparently J. Brennan & E. Holder Turned Down The Sensitivity Of Our National Security Network

One thing to know about our national security data collection and distribution systems is they are always on. The only way to stop dots from connecting is to filter what is distributed (can’t stop what is collected). Prior to 9-11 the big filter (or blockade) was a FISA policy that no NSA generated lead could […]

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Nov 15 2009

An Oldie, But A Goodie: The Democrat Contract With America

Back in February 2006, as the country started to step away from President Bush and the GOP, I took a cue from a Rush Limbaugh thread about how the liberals wanted to surrender the war on terror and created a twisted variant of the 1994 GOP Contract with America and turned it into the 2006 Democrat […]

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Nov 14 2009

Obama Administration Is Not Being Straight With America On Ft Hood Massacre

For the last week I have been posting about my suspicions regarding the Ft Hood terrorist massacre and how the Obama administration seemed to be in full spin mode, as if they knew something horrible about the incident. The crux of my concerns have been the well established, far left positions held by AG Holder […]

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