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American Center for Law and Justice Files Lawsuits Against ‘Deep State’ Over Clinton Investigation and Uranium One
by Cassandra Fairbanks
February 20, 2018
The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) has filed lawsuits against the Department of State, the Department of Justice, the FBI and the US Treasury over the sham Hillary Clinton investigation and the Uranium One scandal.
The lawsuits are over the agencies failing to comply with Freedom of Information Act requirements. The group is asking that a federal court order the agencies to issue determinations and produce documents responsive to the ACLJ’s FOIA request.
In the first lawsuit, the ACLJ explained in a press release that they “are seeking to obtain documents concerning a decision by the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States (CFIUS) to transfer the U.S.’s controlling interest in Uranium One to the Russian state-owned ARMZ – a wholly owned subsidiary of the Russian nuclear giant, Rosatom.”
“The FBI was investigating bribes, kickbacks and racketeering by the Russian conglomerate’s American subsidiary calculated to compromise contracts in (more…)
THIS is why we won’t “solve” problem of school shootings: American Pravda media can’t even be honest about reporting on GUNS
by: JD Heyes
Friday, February 16, 2018
For the longest time, I believed that the primary reason why the so-called “mainstream media” could never get its reporting right when it came to guns — how they work, what they are and are not capable of, even correctly identifying them — was due to an inherent ignorance about firearms.
Most of them were from the city, I figured, and as such never spent much time around guns and never joined the military. So how would they know?
But then I came to the realization that the supposed lack of knowledge about guns may be true on a personal level for most reporters, but that wasn’t why they so regularly got their reporting about guns and the uses of a firearm wrong. These news agencies have investigative staff who spend a lot of time researching issues for reporters and broadcasters who are trying to learn more about a subject; so there’s no excuse for them not to know about something as common as a firearm.
So it had to be something else, and I believe (more…)
(COMMONDREAMS) — Two and half weeks after President Donald Trump rejected the idea of peace talks with Taliban, the militant group published an open letter to the American people urging them to pressure their government to end the occupation of Afghanistan, now in its 17th year, and engage in peace talks. The letter, published on the group’s website, denounces the […]Source: Open Letter From Taliban Asks American People to Recognize Failure of 16-Year War
PICTURED: THREE HUNDRED Central American immigrants are stopped trying to get into America in just two trucks – both without proper ventilation
(In response to Trump’s mention of Otto Warmbier in his State of the Union Address. –ts)
Will U.S. Fight Turkey? American Soldiers Will Not Leave City About to Be Attacked, Says Top General
When the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence votes to release the classified Russia memo, according to one journalist, it will be because the committee found such disconcerting practices by intelligence officials that the public has a right to know.
Mollie Ziegler Hemingway — a senior editor at The Federalist and Fox News contributor who spoke with The Daily Caller New Foundation — discussed how the media narrative is collapsing with new facts showing the misbehavior of certain FBI officials. Besides not showing any collusion, we can now look back to see “inappropriate” briefings by intelligence officials and the Congress using this discredited information.
Hemingway calls the use of the dossier to obtain surveillance on Trump administration officials a “scandal of epic proportions.” In addition, America is also learning of the post-election whisper campaign to delegitimize President Donald Trump.
As for the state of American journalism, Hemingway discussed the public’s reasonable impression of a herd who seemed to think former (more…)
A nuclear-armed North Korea is a danger to the U.S. as well as the rest of the world. Because there are so few foreign policy options to correct the situation, the U.S. and other world powers have been relying on financial and economic sanctions to bring the Kim regime back into denuclearization discussions. In addition, world governments have put sanctions in place to punish the nation for human rights violations, cyber-attacks, and money laundering.