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House Oversight Chairman Chaffetz refers Bryan Pagliano to DOJ for charges

From Hot Air: Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions today asking Sessions to consider convening a grand jury or bringing charges against Hillary Clinton’s former IT guy, Bryan Pagliano. Pagliano was subpoenaed to testify before the committee last year…

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Judicial Watch: Federal Court Issues Opinion Ordering Release of More Clinton Foundation Conflict of Interest Documents

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced that U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras issued an opinion ordering the State Department to search for and turn over details on potential conflicts of interest between former Secretary Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.  The February 2 court opinion and order came…

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Judicial Watch Releases Defense Department PowerPoint Presentation Depicting Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as Example of ‘Insider Threat’

Clinton and General David Petraeus Are Cited in PowerPoint Presentation as Examples of ‘Careless or Disgruntled Employees’ Possibly Guilty of ‘Critical Information Compromises’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released a U.S. Department of the Army OpSec (Operational Security) PowerPoint presentation that depicts former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

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U.S. Army depicted Hillary Clinton as insider threat in cyber security training

From The Washington Times: The U.S. Army depicted former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as an insider threat in a Powerpoint presentation to soldiers on cyber security. A photograph of Mrs. Clinton, who lost the Nov. 8 presidential race, is depicted along with two murderers, two leakers of classified information…

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Michael Flynn and the revenge of the bureaucrats

From The Washington Times: The resignation of White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn on Monday was the result of a coordinated effort by current and former U.S. intelligence officials to undermine the Trump administration using the disclosure of highly classified communications intercepts. President Trump voiced his displeasure in a…

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Top State Obama Department Official Admitted Benghazi Had Nothing to Do With Protests

Transcript from September 12, 2012, Congressional Staff Call: Question from Congressional Staffer: ‘Was this attack under the cover of a protest?’ Answer from Under Secretary Patrick Kennedy: ‘No, this was a direct breaching attack.’ (Washington DC)—Judicial Watch today released 54 pages of new State Department documents, including a transcript of…

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Report: It’s week 4, and the ‘soft coup’ against Trump administration is in progress

From the World Tribune: Taken from the French phrase “coup d’état,” which translates to a strike at the State — a coup may be violent or not. In the latter case, it is a “soft coup.” Traditionally, soft coups are the stuff of Latin American political conspiracy theories and paperback…

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Are we going to need a tougher rule on feds’ private email use?

From the Washington Examiner: Kerry Picket has an interesting piece over at the Daily Caller on yet another Obama administration official who used a private, unsecured email account (although not a server in his own home) to send sensitive information and communicate with foreign governments.

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On Watch: Episode 7 – The ‘Soft Coup’ Continues

Farrell Tells Media: “Get Back to Reporting Facts” Dear Editor/Broadcaster,Below, you will find the video/transcript for On Watch: Episode 7 – The ‘Soft Coup’ Continues​ Transcript: I’m Chris Farrell . . . and this is On Watch It’s the middle of February and the soft coup against the Trump administration continues. A…

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Conservatives demanding details on federal workers’ encryption use

From Politico: Republicans in Congress and their conservative allies are demanding details about federal workers’ use of encrypted messaging apps, part of a broader counterattack on employees suspected of opposing President Donald Trump’s agenda. Congressional Republicans are also pondering changes to longstanding laws that protect government workers,


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