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  • A Secret Senate Impeachment Vote Would Be Outrageous

    11/12/2019 2:11:28 PM PST · by Enlightened1 · 61 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | 11/12/19 | Tom Rogan
    A president's removal from office is one of the most solemn responsibilities afforded to Congress. It cuts to the heart of the relationship between the citizenry and their representatives, the act of voting, and the principle that no person is above the law.Those principles inform why I deeply disagree with former GOP adviser Juleanna Glover's argument on Tuesday that the Senate should introduce a rule change to allow senators to cast secret impeachment votes. Writing for Politico, Glover asks, "What if senators could vote on impeachment by secret ballot? If they didn’t have to face backlash from constituents or the media or the...
  • The secret to better beer could lie in cell signaling networks

    10/26/2019 12:56:36 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 25 replies
    One of the oldest and most successful human endeavors is the fermentation of cereal-based mush to create an ethanol-rich liquid. In other words, beer-making. At the heart of this process is yeast, a single-celled fungus that does all the heavy lifting for brewers. It is so important that beer makers have learned to collect the yeast from the fermented liquid and reuse it in the next round. This trick, called serial repitching, saves both time and money. However, after several generations, the quality of the yeast begins to drop. This impairs fermentation and introduces off flavors that ruin the beer....
  • The Faber College Democrats: Double-Secret Impeachment

    10/12/2019 4:35:58 AM PDT · by Libloather · 19 replies
    Spectator ^ | 10/12/19 | JOHN C. WOHLSTETTER
    **SNIP** The official House impeachment inquiry, in its open contempt for even basic due process, makes the Faber trial climactic scene (3:18) seem like dj vu all over again. The White Houses October 8 letter to key House leaders lists the due-process rights denied the president: (a) to be apprised of laws allegedly violated and all evidence produced, including exculpatory evidence, plus being given full access to evidence that impeaches the credibility of prosecution witnesses; (b) to confront and cross-examine prosecution witnesses; (c) to call defense witnesses and introduce defense evidence; (d) to make objections to witness examinations and admissibility...
  • Much of impeachment inquiry may be conducted in secret

    10/02/2019 2:15:24 AM PDT · by Libloather · 95 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 10/02/19 | Susan Ferrechio
    Impeachment will uncover the truth, House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters, a California Democrat, tweeted Tuesday. But a decision by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to hand off the impeachment inquiry to the Intelligence Committee means key parts of the inquiry will be kept secret. The House Intelligence Committee, led by Chairman Adam Schiff, is scheduled on Friday to interview Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael K. Atkinson. Atkinson is one of the most important witnesses in the impeachment inquiry. He conducted the initial review into a whistleblower allegation that President Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate corruption allegations...
  • Secret deodorant donates $529G to US womens soccer team to close gender pay gap.

    07/14/2019 8:33:15 AM PDT · by carriage_hill · 56 replies
    Fox Business ^ | 7/14/2019 | Katherine Lam
    US womens soccer team deserves equal pay: Comedian Joe Piscopo Comedian Joe Piscopo says the U.S. womens soccer team deserves equal pay. Secret deodorant announced Sunday its donating $529,000 to the U.S. womens soccer team, Opens a New Window. becoming the first USWNT sponsor to publicly support the four-time Womens World Cup champions fight for equal pay. The deodorant brand, owned by Proctor & Gamble, said each of the 23 players on the U.S. World Cup roster will receive $23,000. In a full-page ad printed in Sunday edition of the New York Times Opens a New Window. , the company...
  • Obama And Former Italian PM Renzi Are Holding Secret Meeting Today Experts Including Papadop

    06/18/2019 10:00:39 AM PDT · by bitt · 28 replies
    TEAPARTY.ORG ^ | 6/17/2019
    (Gateway Pundit) Much has happened since our post May 25th Rumors Swirling that Fired Italian Spies Were Connected in Plot to Eliminate Trump. The Gateway Pundit reported on rumors swirling that the recent firings of top Italian spies were related to Obama and a plot to set up candidate and President Trump during the 2016 election. As reported on May 25th==>> Earlier this month Italian Prime Minister Conte asked for the resignations of four top intelligence officials after his call with President Donald Trump. And now another Internet Sleuth has uncovered some shocking news related to the recent...
  • What Happened When The DEA Demanded Passwords From LastPass

    04/11/2019 5:50:55 AM PDT · by vannrox · 2 replies
    forbes ^ | 10apr19 | Thomas Brewster Forbes Staff
    The government makes very few demands for data from password managers, but when it does it expects a lot, including login information, Forbes has learned.In one casethe first documented government request to any major password managerthe Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) demanded logins and physical and IP addresses, as well as communications between a user and LogMeIn, the owner of massively popular tool LastPass. Its an encrypted vault for storing passwords. The DEA was seeking information related to a LastPass customer, Stephan Caamano, suspected of dealing drugs via the dark Web and Reddit, according to a search warrant detailing the request....
  • Gap, Victoria's Secret and even Tesla: 4,300 store closures already announced this year

    03/01/2019 8:10:16 PM PST · by Libloather · 93 replies
    CNBC via MSN ^ | 3/01/19 | Lauren Thomas
    A recent wave of store closure announcements will hit shopping malls across the U.S., leaving hundreds of storefronts empty. Just this week, Victoria's Secret said it will shut around 50 locations in 2019 when it normally closes closer to a dozen each year; Gap said it's closing 230 of its namesake brand's stores over a two-year span; and J.C. Penney announced it plans to shut 18 department stores and nine of its furniture and home locations in 2019. That builds on recent store closure announcements by Gymboree, Payless ShoeSource, Charlotte Russe and Ann Taylor parent company Ascena Retail, to...
  • Military Computer Hacker Proves A Space Force Existed Long Before Donald Trump

    02/07/2019 5:18:09 AM PST · by vannrox · 88 replies
    Collective Evolution ^ | 7feb19 | Arjun Walia
    In Brief The Facts:In 2002, Gary McKinnon hacked the Pentagon and Department of Defence in the largest publicly disclosed military computer hack of all time. He discovered strange 'off world' findings that hint the existence of a space force before Trump.Reflect On:Do we really live in a democracy when transparency doesn't exist? How can we know what's really going on? Is reality far different than what we are presented with? Why is our world plagued with secrecy? Donald Trumps presidency has been one of thebest opportunities for the collective to see into how politics has been working all of these...
  • Secret Door in Great Sphinx leading to the Hall of Records (Cover up!)

    01/16/2019 4:41:16 AM PST · by vannrox · 89 replies
    ATS ^ | Dec, 30 2018 @ 04:10 PM | Editorial staff
    Here below is an aerial photograph of the great Sphinx. It is worth noting that aerial photography in the area is restricted. If you look at the top of the head you will note a round lighter coloured patch. It looks like it has been altered The image below show it a little more clearer. and the close up. Now if you go back in time and look at older ariel images you can clearly see that the top is open. Photo taken 15 Dec 1925 In 1914, Professor George A. Reisner of Harvard University excavated the hole on the...
  • The incredible national news story that we CAN'T report:very high-profile figure has been convicted

    12/12/2018 9:04:07 AM PST · by Red Badger · 75 replies
    www.dailymail.co.uk ^ | Published: 06:57 EST, 12 December 2018 | Updated: 06:57 EST, 12 December 2018 | By Aidan Wondracz For Daily Mail Australia
    Full Title: The incredible national news story that we CAN'T report: A very high-profile figure has been convicted of a serious crime - here's why you're not allowed to read about it ================================================================ A suppression order protected the conviction of a high-profile figure this week The person was convicted on Tuesday and will be remanded in February Victorian County Court has ordered a gag on the person's identity and charges The state accounts for more than half of suppression orders doled out in country =================================================================== A very high-profile figure has been convicted of a serious crime this week, but suppression...
  • Congress' Use of Sex Hush Fund Violates Campaign Finance Law & is Embezzlement of Taxpayer Funds

    12/10/2018 1:17:14 PM PST · by Stayfree · 24 replies
    Self | December 10, 2018 | Stayfree
    If Mueller's witch hunt is dumb enough to try and take down Trump by claiming that hush money paid to the two women was a campaign finance law violation, then Mueller must also go after all the Congressmen who secretly used taxpayer funds to silence claims against them of sexual harassment. Such a secret use of taxpayer funds is also embezzlement and they all should be prosecuted.
  • The Secret History Of The Saudi Consulate Affair: Turkey's Counter-Attack

    10/19/2018 2:56:05 PM PDT · by Jeff Chandler · 23 replies
    Forbes ^ | October 18, 2018 | Melik Kaylan
    Almost everything we know about what actually happened in the Saudi Consulate comes from the Turks. Make that everything we know. And make that what we think we know. One thing is certain at this point. The US-based Saudi journalist Jamal Kashoggi is dead. The rest, down to how long it took for the Saudi executioners to kill him seven minutes we have from Turkish sources. Now ask yourself why are the Turks so determined to be so informative? The regime in Ankara is hardly a champion of human rights for journalists. Hardly a paragon of selfless...
  • Hillary Clinton loses security clearance after server scandal

    10/13/2018 3:23:50 AM PDT · by LeoWindhorse · 38 replies
    Washington Times ^ | October 12, 2018 | Stephen Dinan
    Hillary Clinton has given up her security clearance in the wake of the scandal over her handling of secret information on her email server, the Senate Judiciary Committee revealed Friday. Chairman Charles E. Grassley also revealed top Clinton aide Cheryl Mills and four others no longer have clearance [snip]The names of the four additional aides besides Ms. Mills were redacted from the State Department letter that the committee released.
  • 4 million government workers have access to classified information and here's why

    08/18/2018 2:43:17 PM PDT · by Libloather · 41 replies
    ABC News ^ | 8/16/18 | Mike Levine
    **SNIP** Similarly, a DHS document published in April noted the value of granting security clearances to those who own and operative private companies tied to the nation's critical infrastructure, including power companies, chemical plants, water utility firms and phone companies. "With clearances, these owners, operators, and representatives can access classified information to make more informed decisions," the DHS document said. The U.S. government also grants security clearance to private-sector security operatives protecting U.S. interests overseas, to senior bank officials looking to protect Americans savings accounts from foreign hackers, and to high-level officials at hotel chains who spend every day trying...
  • Trump Is Right About Clearances

    07/30/2018 2:58:49 AM PDT · by reaganaut1 · 30 replies
    Wall Street Journal ^ | July 29, 2018 | Sean Bigley
    The White House announced last week that President Trump was considering revoking the security clearances of six former intelligence officials. Law and policy support such revocations, but as the swift and negative reaction in Washington showed, the president must take a nuanced approach. The legal framework for security clearances was charted by a 1988 Supreme Court decision, Department of the Navy v. Egan. The justices noted that a president has absolute power to grant, deny or revoke access to classified information. This authority is inherent in his role as commander in chief. The court ruled that the president could form...
  • David Hogg threatens Trump on twitter?

    07/23/2018 6:40:02 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 121 replies
    Twitter @DavidHogg111 ^ | 12:48 PM - 23 Jul 2018 | David Hogg
    To US President Trump: NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN OR YOU WILL SUFFER CONSEQUENCES THE LIKES OF WHICH FEW THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAVE EVER SUFFERED BEFORE. WE ARE NO LONGER A COUNTRY THAT WILL STAND FOR YOUR DEMENTED WORDS OF VIOLENCE & DEATH. BE CAUTIOUS!
  • Heres The F-22 Production Restart Study The USAF Has Kept Secret For Over A Year

    05/05/2018 3:02:59 PM PDT · by PIF · 55 replies
    The War Zone ^ | May 4, 2018 | By Tyler Rogoway and Joseph Trevithick
    We finally see the study that was oddly classified on arrival and it has new relevance based on Japan's desire for a new stealth fighter. Finally, in early 2016, the debate surrounding the need for more F-22s came to a head and study was mandated by Congress for the USAF to research what putting the super-fighter back into production would take. That study was finished in late 2016 with some of its findings openly discussed, but the document itself remained classified, until now. Snip The total procurement cost would be between $40 and $42 billion, with the entire program costing...
  • Cathay Williams -- A Buffalo Soldier's Secret

    04/26/2018 6:44:48 AM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 12 replies
    The American Cowboy Chronicle ^ | April 22, 2018 | Tom Correa
    William Cathay enlisted in the United States Army on November 15th, 1866, in St. Louis, Missouri. Cathay signed upfor a three-year engagement and was assigned to the38th United States Infantry Regimentafter passing a medical examination. Shortly after enlisting, Cathay contracted smallpox and was hospitalized. When rejoining the 38th Infantry stationed inNew Mexico, Cathay was having problems due to the lingering effects of smallpox complicated by the New Mexico heat. Of course, as anyone in the infantry can attest to, marching in the heat takes a toll on a person. Coupled with the effects of smallpox, Cathay was hospitalized more often...
  • Bombshell Sessions Reveals Secret Prosecutor

    03/09/2018 7:54:15 PM PST · by Signalman · 78 replies
    youtube ^ | 3/8/18 | The Still Report
    AG Sessions discusses what is going on with the ongoing investigation of DOJ corruption.