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  • Trump says he will submit evidence of wiretapping to House committee 'very soon'

    03/16/2017 12:24:55 PM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 90 replies
    Fox News ^ | March 15, 2017 | none stated
    President Trump discussed his tweeted accusation that President Obama ordered "wires" at Trump Tower tapped during last year's presidential campaign in an exclusive interview with Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday. Trump told host Tucker Carlson that the administration "will be submitting things" to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence "very soon." The president added that he "will be, perhaps speaking about this next week" and predicted that "you’re going to find some very interesting items coming to the forefront over the next 2 weeks." When asked by Carlson why he tweeted about the alleged phone tap before producing...
  • More Evidence Surfaces – NSA Director Mike Rogers Did Not Aid Obama’s Surveillance Scheme

    03/14/2017 8:39:46 PM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 142 replies
    The Conservative Tree House ^ | March 14, 2017 | sundance
    Every time I see an interview discussing 2016 surveillance of the Trump Campaign and candidate Donald Trump I keep going back to that November 17th, 2016, Trump Tower visit by NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers. No-one in the Obama chain-of-command knew Director Rogers was going to meet with President-Elect Trump; Rogers did it entirely on his own impetus, and James Clapper was furious in the aftermath.Additionally, Admiral Mike Rogers is still running the NSA. President Trump has made no effort to replace him. “Three intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Obama went outside the chain of command. He...
  • Google Chrome Listening In To Your Room Shows The Importance Of Privacy Defense In Depth

    06/23/2015 12:58:49 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 31 replies
    Privacy Online News ^ | 6/18/15 | Rick Falkvinge
    Google Chrome Listening In To Your Room Shows The Importance Of Privacy Defense In Depth Yesterday, news broke that Google has been stealth downloading audio listeners onto every computer that runs Chrome, and transmits audio data back to Google. Effectively, this means that Google had taken itself the right to listen to every conversation in every room that runs Chrome somewhere, without any kind of consent from the people eavesdropped on. In official statements, Google shrugged off the practice with what amounts to “we can do that”.It looked like just another bug report. "When I start Chromium, it downloads something."...
  • Heresy: Fundamentals of Combat Riflecraft, Part Three (Or, “Two Will Do….Except When It Won’t!)

    06/12/2013 12:29:46 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 15 replies
    mountainguerrilla ^ | 6/11/13 | John Mosby
    Heresy: Fundamentals Combat Riflecraft, Part Three (Or, “Two Will Do….Except When It Won’t!) June 11, 2013 There is a false truth present in the “tactical” shooting community that has been around for decades. This lie goes back to the old mythology of “one-shot stops” and the mantra of “I’ll only carry a pistol if it starts with point-four.” That lie is the misguided faith in a two-shot default response to a bad guy problem that requires a ballistic solution. This used to be taught as the “double tap.” Based on conversations I’ve had with supposedly “trained” tactical shooters, including numerous “instructors,”...
  • BREAKING NEWS: DRUDGE SIREN - Govt obtains wide AP phone records in probe

    05/13/2013 1:49:29 PM PDT · by CWW · 467 replies
    Drudge Report ^ | 05-13-2013 | cww
    <p>Looks Like DOJ HAS BEEN TAPPING AP NEWS TELEPHONE LINES TO DISCOVER THEIR CONFIDENTIAL SOURCES IN CONGRESS!</p> <p>The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press in what the news cooperative's top executive called a "massive and unprecedented intrusion" into how news organizations gather the news.</p>
  • Hornady TAP ammo warning

    11/24/2010 11:26:33 AM PST · by archy · 30 replies
    NLETS ^ | 23 NOV 2010 | Hornady
  • A Triple Threat to Patients [New GOP Congress needs to pull plug on TAP, CER, & Berwick]

    10/25/2010 4:48:29 PM PDT · by rhema · 5 replies
    Anmerican Spectator ^ | 10/25/10 | Robert M. Goldberg
    If and when a new Congress comes in, the fastest way to eliminate Obamacare will be by shutting down its "operating system" the Centers for Medicare and Medicare Services and investigating its unconfirmed director, Donald Berwick. And it should start by pulling the plug on Berwick's Triple Aim Program and the billions of dollars he has for implementing it. The Triple Aim Program (TAP) focuses on "improving the patient experience, improving population health and lowering per capita health care costs." Berwick claims that all three are achievable not through consumer driven healthcare. In various speeches and slide presentations, Berwick claims...
  • Mpls Taxpayer Money to Promote Tap Water -Tap Minneapolis costs $180,000

    06/23/2009 12:19:23 PM PDT · by WOBBLY BOB · 10 replies · 522+ views
    fox 9 news ^ | 6-22-09 | fox 9
    MINNEAPOLIS - The city of Minneapolis is spending nearly $200,000 to sell something that would seem to sell itself: tap water. With her bottle of water in hand, Susan Davis was feeling hot and a little guilty. “It would be great if everyone did drink the tap water,” said Davis. “I think the tap water in Minneapolis is just fine.” Tap Minneapolis is the city's new web site, and PR campaign to promote the city's tap water. But unlike tap water, it's not cheap. The web site costs $75,000. The total cost paid to the PR firm was $180,000.
  • Taliban Tap Into (UK) Soldiers' Mobile Phones

    08/21/2007 8:14:55 PM PDT · by blam · 8 replies · 590+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 8-22-2007 | Sophie Borland
    Taliban tap into soldiers' mobile phones By Sophie Borland Last Updated: 2:20am BST 22/08/2007 Taliban insurgents are tapping into the mobile phones of British soldiers in Afghanistan and making threatening calls to their families, according to The Sun. They are thought to be downloading numbers stored in the phones and then terrorising friends and relatives of the servicemen by calling them with threats. One wife of an RAF soldier based in Afghanistan claimed to have received a phonecall in the middle of the night telling her that her husband was dead despite the fact he was alive and well. Servicemen...
  • Local tap water bubbles up in restaurants

    03/21/2007 6:16:54 PM PDT · by SmithL · 23 replies · 771+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 3/21/7 | Carol Ness
    At a small but growing number of sustainably inclined Bay Area restaurants, bottled water has become as much of an outcast as farmed salmon and out-of-season tomatoes. Instead of bottled water, diners now are served free carafes of -- gasp! -- tap water. It's filtered and comes still or sparkling, fizzed up by a soda-fountain-style carbonating machine. Incanto, in San Francisco's Noe Valley, and Poggio, in Sausalito, pioneered the trend four years ago. But for several years, no other restaurants wanted to give up popular -- and profitable -- bottled water. Then Nopa, the San Francisco North of Panhandle hot...
  • See No Jihad, Hear No Jihad

    02/06/2007 7:11:10 AM PST · by PRePublic · 7 replies · 1,255+ views
    FrontPage ^ | 02,05,2007
    See No Jihad, Hear No Jihad By FrontPage | February 5, 2007In a decision that reveals the state of denial on American campuses, the editorial board of the Georgica Tech student paper – The Georgia Tech Technique – has rejected an ad from the Terrorism Awareness Project warning students about the threat that radical Islam poses to America. Nor is it the first campus publication to chill open debate on radical Islamic terrorism. Entitled “What Americans Need To Know About Jihad,” the ad warns students that “the goal of jihad is world domination,” and that “Jihad’s battle cry is ‘Death...
  • 3 arrested in (Prince) Charles phone tap probe (Almost MSM at it again)

    08/08/2006 3:10:18 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 4 replies · 419+ views
    San Jose Mercury News ^ | August 8, 2006 | Beth Gardiner
    LONDON - British police arrested three men - including a newspaper section editor - Tuesday in an investigation that began with complaints from Prince Charles' office about possible phone-tapping, police and the paper said. Police said they did not believe the phones of any members of the royal family had been tapped. But other public figures may have had their calls intercepted, raising potential security issues, the police said. They refused to specify who. Police did not identify those who were arrested, but the News of the World tabloid said Clive Goodman, editor of its section on royalty, was among...
  • Energy Dept. Ready to Tap Emergency Oil

    08/07/2006 9:45:50 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 25 replies · 654+ views
    AP on redOrbit ^ | 8/7/06 | H. Josef Hebert - ap
    WASHINGTON - The Energy Department is prepared to provide oil from the government's emergency supplies if a refinery requests it because of the disruption of supplies from Alaska, a department spokesman said Monday. "We're taking a very serious look at this," said spokesman Craig Stevens, referring to the loss of nearly half of oil shipments from Alaska's North Slope because of a pipeline corrosion problem. Stevens said the department will be in contact with BP Exploration Alaska Inc. and West Coast refiners later in Monday to assess the situation. "If there is a request for oil we'll certainly take a...
  • Millions Get First Tap Water in Eight Years

    01/18/2006 4:39:29 PM PST · by SandRat · 25 replies · 1,440+ views
    Defend America News ^ | Jan 18, 2006 | Norris Jones
    Millions Get First Tap Water in Eight Years Iraqi workers completed repairs to two water treatment plants in south Baghdad. By Norris Jones Gulf Region Central District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers BAGHDAD, Iraq, Jan. 18, 2005 — Despite insurgent activity, Iraqi workers completed repairs to two water treatment plants in south Baghdad after nearly four months of work. Due to their skill and bravery, an estimated one million Baghdad residents will benefit from the renovations that continued regardless of insurgent attacks. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Gulf Region Central (GRC), provided oversight for the restoration project. Local...
  • Leaker: Go To Jail!

    01/02/2006 5:39:19 AM PST · by Hadean · 86 replies · 2,657+ views
    Post Chronicle ^ | Jan 2, 2006 | J. Grant Swank, Jr.
    It's not a college prank to leak classified information concerning a serious issue. Yet the United States secret detail is reported on the front page of the New York Times while the secret detail of al-Qaeda remains in the private entries of the Islamic killers international. Once they find the individual who leaked classified information regarding the President authorizing secret government wiretap networks, he should be sent to court, then to jail. The New York Times, having reported the data, must disclose the leaker. US President George W. Bush has called the leak a "shameful act." It is that and...
  • Unwarranted Outrage - The Times blew our cover.

    12/19/2005 1:53:38 PM PST · by Cinnamon · 316 replies · 4,660+ views
    National Review Online ^ | December 19, 2005, 8:59 a.m. | James S. Robbins
    Unwarranted Outrage The Times blew our cover. I have no doubt that revelations in the New York Times that the NSA has been conducting selective and limited surveillance of terrorist communications crossing into or out of the United States will be immensely valuable to our enemies. I also have no doubt that these and similar actions can be legal, even when conducted without warrants. How could that be? From the sound and fury of the last few days from politicians and pundits, you would think this is a development as scandalous as Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy's authorization to wiretap...
  • Former UW-Madison Student Invents 'Turbo Tap' (where there's beer,there's hope)

    07/15/2005 3:34:02 PM PDT · by Rakkasan1 · 31 replies · 765+ views
    channel 3000 news ^ | 7-15-05 | channel 3000
    Bars all over the nation may never be the same thanks to the innovation of a Wisconsin man. Turbo tap inventor Matt Younkle Ashwaubenon native Matt Younkle has invented a device called "turbo tap." The turbo tap can pour draft beer in about two to three seconds. That is four times faster than a conventional tap. Younkle said his invention has been several years in the making, and it all started back in his college days.
  • Simple Question

    05/16/2005 10:59:50 AM PDT · by WIstudent2005 · 106 replies · 1,437+ views
    What do you guys think; does the president drink tap water or bottled water? One of my professors brought it up today, and we all decided bottled.
  • Phone Tap Ban Prevented Hamza Trial In Britain

    05/28/2004 6:06:11 PM PDT · by blam · 4 replies · 223+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 5-29-2004 | Philip Johnston
    Phone tap ban prevented Hamza trial in Britain By Philip Johnston, Home Affairs Editor (Filed: 29/05/2004) Home Office dithering over a decision on whether to permit the use of phone tap evidence in court emerged yesterday as a key reason why Abu Hamza could not be tried in Britain. Although the Government has said for years that it was "reviewing" the prohibition on intercept evidence and was "minded" to lift the ban, it has yet to produce firm proposals. Hamza is in Belmarsh jail David Blunkett, the Home Secretary, conceded yesterday that evidence in American hands allegedly linking the extremist...
  • 'This goes no further' (YOU HAVE NO PRIVACY)

    03/04/2004 2:09:50 PM PST · by Action-America · 7 replies · 249+ views
    BBC News ^ | March, 2, 2004 | Brian Wheeler
    'This goes no further...'By Brian Wheeler BBC News Online Magazine Following revelations about bugging at the United Nations, is there any way of ensuring that your private conversations stay that way? News that Kofi Annan and other senior UN figures may have been routinely bugged by US or British security services has caused a huge political row around the world. But it will also have caused alarm among other people in the public eye who deal with sensitive information - or anyone, indeed, who values their privacy. If the secretary general of the United Nations cannot prevent his private conversations...