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Russia and The Gullible American Public

Americans fooled by political subterfuge on Russia People consistently fail to utilize their critical thinking. I don’t care what Secretary Clinton or President Obama say. At this date, there’s no definitive proof that Russia interfered in the 2016 Presidential Election by hacking emails. According to the former Obama appointed FBI director James Comey, As far as the WikiLeaks connection, the evidence there is not as strong and we don’t have… Read More »

Pardon From Obama Not Likely for Manning

Unlikely that Obama will pardon Private Manning Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning, was sentenced to 35 years in prison on August 21, 2013. Now, Pvt. Manning and his attorney David Coombs are moving for a pardon from President Obama. Manning was convicted on 20 of 22 charges, 6 of which were charges under the Espionage Act. On September 4th, Manning formally appealed to President Obama for a pardon.… Read More »

Bradley Manning Not Guilty of Aiding and Abetting

Bradley Manning found not guilty of ‘aiding and abetting’ The acquittal for aiding and abetting (Espionage Act) presents a major victory for journalism in the U.S., including Bradley Manning, despite him being convicted on other charges. Prvt. Bradley Manning was found guilty on 20 counts, 4 of which were his lesser included pleas. Manning still faces over 100 years in prison. He was also found guilty of 5 counts under… Read More »

‘War on Whistleblowers’ Continues

Obama’s embittered attack on whistleblowers continues With the controversial verdict in the Trayvon Martin Shooting trial of George Zimmerman, the mainstream media has flooded the public with the trial and the dramatic developments throughout, and even stoked the flames of stereotypes and racial hatred, and has caught the attention and emotions of the general public. Moving forward, we must not allow the mainstream media to distract us or make us… Read More »

Gary Webb Exposes CIA Drug Trafficking

Journalist Gary Webb reveals CIA involvement in drug trafficking in the U.S. Gary Webb: “Investigative reporting is being sort of squeezed out of the picture, and I think intentionally, because it tends to ruffle feathers and it’s good investigative reporting that does ruffle feathers, and it draws lawsuits and it gets newspapers in trouble.” These words of the late journalist Gary Webb, who was a reporter for the San Jose… Read More »

Sanders: Firebrand senator of Vermont

Senator Sanders speaks of issues that affect the American public Senator Bernie Sanders describes this as the worst economic times since the Great Depression, where the top 1% richest people in the U.S. own 40% of the total wealth in the U.S., where Working class America is stuck ‘footing the bill’ to bail-out corporations who engaged in reckless and in many cases illegal financial behavior. There have been few representatives in… Read More »