How a Senate Inquiry Revealed the Israeli Surveillance Industry’s Role in Orchestrating Russiagate

A Senate investigation reveals that a consortium of Israeli hacking and surveillance firms coordinated and facilitated meetings between Trump campaign operatives and Russia during the 2016 campaign, but they don’t really want to talk about it.

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Alleged Russian interference in the 2020 presidential election is headline news, once again, as a Ukrainian lawmaker is charged by the Trump administration "in a sweeping plot to sow distrust in the American political process," reports the Associated Press. Microsoft also made claims that it detected "hacking attempts targeting U.S. political

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Send Mad Dog Mattis to the Corporate Kennel

“Mad Dog” Mattis was famous for quipping, “It’s fun to shoot some people.” It remains a supreme irony that Mattis was widely considered the only “adult in the room” in the Trump administration, argues Ray McGovern.

James Mattis | James Mattis | Secretary of Defense

Outgoing Defense Secretary Gen. James “Mad Dog” Mattis was famous for quipping, “It’s fun to shoot some people.” It remains a supreme irony that Mattis was widely considered the only “adult in the room” in the Trump administration. Compared to whom? John Bolton, the rabid neocon serving as national security adviser? That would be the epitome of

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Congress Fails to Discover Collusion to Subvert the 2016 Election — Again

There are daily newspaper reports explaining how Mueller’s noose is tightening around Trump, though no one quite explains how that is so. What is clear is that Trump is an immoral man and that a lot of his friends were engaged in activity that might be described as sleazy. But sleazy does not equate to a deliberate attempt to fix a national election and subvert the Constitution of the United States of America.

There have been a number of developments in the endless inquiry into possible collusion between the Russian government and Donald Trump to manipulate perceptions and voting relating to the two presidential candidates in the November 2016 election. In particular, it has been alleged that the Russians were, with the connivance of some in the Trump

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Jill Stein Breaks the Silence on Being a Russiagate Target

Former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has turned in her campaign materials to the Senate Intelligence Committee, and warns that Russiagate is being used to silence dissent.

Green Party candidate Jill Stein believes third parties, including the Green Party, are key to curing what ails democracy.

Jill Stein breaks silence, completing handover of documents to Senate Committee. (Full Statement) “We are facing a precarious historic moment. Democracy is threatened by interference in our elections, and by interference in our civil liberties. Likewise we are endangered by warmongering, rampant militarism, nuclear confrontation and accelerating

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Who’s Who of War Criminals and Torture Apologists Endorse Gina Haspel for CIA Director

The current and former officials who signed a letter endorsing Gina Haspel make up a veritable who’s who of individuals who escaped accountability for torture and war crimes. They also include individuals who have developed a reputation as advocates for The Resistance™ to President Donald Trump.

Gina Haspel speaks at the 2017 William J. Donovan Award Dinner (Screenshot)

An array of former intelligence and other government officials signed a letter to the Senate intelligence committee in support of Gina Haspel, the nominee for CIA director. Haspel, who is currently the deputy CIA director, was briefly in charge of a black site prison in Thailand during President George W. Bush’s administration. She helped

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Trump Scrambles To Keep CIA Torture Report Secret

The 6,700-page document excoriated US torture policies after 9/11 and noted that not a single incident of a terrorist attack had been foiled because of the torture.

Cpl. Charles A. Graner Jr. appearing to punch one of several handcuffed detainees lying on the floor in late 2003 at the Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad, Iraq. (AP Photo)

The likelihood of the full version of the 2014 CIA torture report compiled by the Senate Intelligence Committee ever being made public has dropped precipitously, as President Trump has begun returning all copies of the still-classified document to the committee chairman Sen. Richard Burr (R – NC). Government documents, even classified ones, are

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