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  • The Bigger Story Behind the James Wolfe Indictment…(More leakers about to be exposed)

    06/08/2018 6:41:43 PM PDT · by Bigtigermike · 126 replies
    From the indictment [Note Male-1 is Carter Page]: Reporter #1 is likely Manu Raju of CNN. Reporter #2 is definitely Ali Watkins of New York Times. Reporter #3 is likely Marianna Sotomayor of NBC Reporter #4 is likely Brian Ross of ABC Accepting there has been a great deal of work on the leak investigation; and accepting the purpose therein; the Wolfe indictment appears strategic in that it captures four of the largest media outlets within the net. Four mainstream media enterprises are now on notice. With more than six months of investigation, and with the timing of the indictment...
  • Senate Select Intel Staffer Targeted Trump Campaign Adviser In Aggressive Leak Campaign

    06/08/2018 11:33:46 AM PDT · by detective · 22 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 06/08/2018 | Chuck Ross
    Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page was the primary target of a Senate Select Intelligence Committee (SSIC) staffer indicted for lying about his contacts with reporters, according to an indictment released on Thursday. James Wolfe, the former director of security for the SSIC panel, was in contact with at least three reporters at around the time they published articles about Page, an energy consultant who is a central player in the investigations into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government. Wolfe, 57, is charged with lying to the FBI during a Dec. 15, 2017 interview about whether he...
  • Justice Department looking into possible leaks from former Senate Intel aide

    06/07/2018 7:38:52 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 12 replies
    Fox News ^ | 06 07 2018 | Chad Pergram, Mike Emanuel
    A mysterious move by the Senate Wednesday night is part of a Justice Department inquiry into a former Senate Intelligence Committee aide who may have leaked classified information. The Senate unanimously approved a resolution allowing the committee to provide records to the Justice Department in response to a request related to the investigation. The aide's identity and the lawmaker for whom he or she worked is not clear, but on Thursday, The New York Times published an article saying that federal investigators had seized years' worth of email and phone records relating to one of its reporters, Ali Watkins.Watkins previously...
  • Methodical takedown - leakers, Qcomfirmation, and presstitutes (James Wolfe leaker review)

    The news just broke. Former director of security for the Senate Select Committee on Inteligence has been arrested for leaking classified intel! But this is much bigger than it appears on the surface, and I’m going to attempt to explain why.....
  • Ex-Senate staffer faces charges in leak investigation

    06/07/2018 8:03:36 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 44 replies
    Washington Post ^ | June 7 2018 | Shane Harris and Ellen Nakashima
    A former staff member of the Senate Intelligence Committee has been indicted and arrested on charges of making false statements to the FBI during an investigation into the leak of classified information, the Justice Department announced Thursday. As part of the investigation, law enforcement officials seized years worth of phone and email records of a New York Times reporter, Ali Watkins, who had previously been in a romantic relationship with the staffer, the newspaper reported Thursday evening. The Senate staffer, James A. Wolfe, was indicted on three counts of making false statements while he served as the committee’s director of...
  • Justice Department seizes reporter's phone, email records in leak probe: report

    06/07/2018 7:52:40 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 20 replies
    The Hill ^ | 06/07/18 | Julia Manchester
    The Department of Justice reportedly seized a New York Times reporter's phone and email records this year in an effort to probe the leaking of classified information, the first known instance of the DOJ going after a journalist's data under President Trump. The Times reported Thursday that the DOJ seized years' worth of records from journalist Ali Watkins's time as a reporter at BuzzFeed News and Politico before she joined The Times in 2017 as a federal law enforcement reporter, according to the report Thursday. Watkins was alerted by a prosecutor in February that the DOJ had years of records...
  • Petraeus, Allen supported Kelley's sister in child custody [Note from Whitehouse, Kerry + Sheldon]

    11/14/2012 8:04:06 PM PST · by BunnySlippers · 21 replies
    Metro US NY ^ | 11/14/12
    Khawam not only tapped her military connections in her custody battle but also invoked broader contacts as she sought greater access to her son. In emails with her ex-husband, Khawam wrote that Senator Kerry asked about the son and whether he would be coming to Martha's Vineyard in the summer of 2012. She also wrote that Senator Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island invited the son to a summer clambake in the state, and that the son "would greatly appreciate attending this family clambake." Included in the court file is what appears to be a handwritten note from Whitehouse, writing, "I...
  • General John Allen Scandel with Jill Kelley

    11/14/2012 1:56:05 PM PST · by robowombat · 35 replies
    LaLate ^ | Nov 13, 2012
    This is the biography of Grayson Wolfe husband of Natalie Khawam the twin sister of Jill Kelley Khawam who was receiving a virtual data dump from Gen Allen. Is there some connection here to some sort of clandestine intelligence gathering operation on the part of the the interestingly named Akkadian Private Ventures ? Allen routinely received large quantities of highly sensitive intelligence relating to the entire Id East-SW Asia area. Who or why he was sending such huge amounts of data to is the real mystery of this convuluted drama. Grayson is a founding partner of Akkadian Private Ventues, LLC...
  • Forget Politics. This Battle Is Personal. [2006 hit piece on "Dummy" clinger Jeff Sessions]

    01/29/2016 3:10:06 PM PST · by ObamahatesPACoal · 18 replies
    Washington Post ^ | May 24, 2006 | Dana Milbank
    Alabama's Jeff Sessions sure knows how to nurse a grudge. Talking about his family earlier this year, the Republican senator recalled that "Lincoln killed one of them at Antietam." (SNIP) A short, wiry man with protruding ears, Sessions has become the Lou Dobbs of the Senate. He argues his points not with the courtly Southern tones of the late senator Howell Heflin (D), his predecessor, but with the harsh twang of a country tough -- which, in a sense, he is. Sessions was one of just nine senators to oppose a ban on torture. He has raised objections about renewing...
  • Wolf Demands FBI Punish Agents For CAIR Contact (Heads-up!_)

    09/20/2013 1:26:57 PM PDT · by yoe · 6 replies
    IPT ^ | September 19, 2013 | Staff
    On a day when the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) issued a report accusing its critics of bigotry, a Justice Department investigation reminds the public why CAIR does not merit the public's trust. Inspector General Michael Horowitz found a series of incidents in which FBI field offices knowingly engaged in outreach activity with CAIR despite a 2008 policy banning non-investigative cooperation with the Islamist group. Only (a summary) of the report has been released publicly. The rest is considered classified, but has been made available to Congress. The ban on interactions with CAIR, (first reported) by the Investigative Project on...
  • Dems Disenfranchise Voters After Polls Show Obama in Close Primary Race

    05/18/2012 12:07:24 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 11 replies
    The Weekly Standard ^ | May 18, 2012 | Michael Warren
    After a poll released this week showed President Barack Obama only beating his Democratic primary opponent John Wolfe Jr. by seven points, 45 percent to 38 percent, in Arkansas's Fourth Congressional District, state Democrats moved to practically disenfranchise Arkansas voters. "[D]elegates Wolfe might claim won't be recognized at the national convention," national party officials are telling state Democrats. Wolfe is being accused of not following the party rules. “They want a coronation,” Wolfe tells THE WEEKLY STANDARD. “They’re conflating [Obama] with the party. Are we supposed to call him ‘Dear Leader’? Is this some kind of North Korea thing?” Wolfe...
  • Obama Leads by Only 7 in Arkansas's Democratic Primary

    05/15/2012 2:44:14 PM PDT · by DFG · 15 replies
    Weekly Standard ^ | 05/15/12 | Michael Warren
    A new poll of Arkansas Democrats shows Barack Obama receiving support from only 45 percent of Democratic primary voters in Arkansas’s Fourth Congressional District, while 38 percent support his underfunded and relatively unknown primary challenger, Tennessee lawyer John Wolfe, Jr. Seventeen percent are undecided in the district poll. In an interview with THE WEEKLY STANDARD, Wolfe said the poll results were “unbelievable” and said a defeat for Obama in the Arkansas primary would be “politically cataclysmic.” “It says the momentum is good,” Wolfe said about the poll. “This is democracy in action." Wolfe predicted that the voters would move his...
  • Dan Wolfe Would Like an Apology from the Left-Wing Media (death threats in Weinergate)

    06/08/2011 9:53:24 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 6 replies · 1+ views
    verumserum ^ | 6-8-11
    Dan Wolfe Would Like an Apology from the Left-Wing Media John on June 7, 2011 at 5:29 am In case you haven’t followed this story beyond the headlines, since last Sunday there has been a cyber-battle of competing narratives from the left and right quarters of the blogosphere. The left found itself at pains to explain Rep. Weiner’s offending tweet and immediately seized upon the claim that he’d been hacked. They turned most of their attention on two suspects, Andrew Breitbart and the man who originally noticed the tweet, Dan Wolfe. Dan was portrayed as a shadowy hacker intent on...
  • Obama Senior aides told him not to sign ObamaCare and that it was "insane".

    11/16/2010 7:52:26 AM PST · by GlockThe Vote · 60 replies
    NPR ^ | November 16, 2010 | NPR Staff
    'Revival' Author Outlines White House Identity Crisis by NPR Staff November 16, 2010 _____________________________ __________ Observers applaud in the East Room of the White House on March 23, the day President Obama signed the health care bill. Author Richard Wolffe writes that Obama was holding back tears amid the "hullabaloo" — and that moment helps explain why the president insisted on moving forward on the bill when senior advisers thought it was "insane." November 16, 2010 Democrats are still deciding the direction to take following what President Obama described as a shellacking. Richard Wolffe, for one, knows something about the...
  • Circle of friends The importance of other people in our preparedness plans

    12/17/2009 6:58:05 PM PST · by The Comedian · 137 replies · 2,746+ views
    Backwoods Home Magazine ^ | Dec. 17, 2009 | Claire Wolfe
    Hardcore survivalists cherish what I call the "George Romero Scenario." It goes like this: The proverbial poop has hit the propeller. Cities collapse into chaos. But we, the prepared, are...well, we're prepared. We hunker in our rural bunkers, clutching our Super Whiz-Whacker 3000 combat arms, eagle-eyed and ready for any eventuality. We boldly fend off wave after ravenous wave of starving city folk who stagger at us like unstoppable zombies in a Romero horror flick. These zombies crave not our living flesh, but our six-gallon, mylar-lined superpails of dried lentils, our root cellars full of last year's carrots, and our...
  • Latin Mass Appeal [An End To "Banality" and "Chaos" ?]

    11/29/2009 2:55:43 PM PST · by Steelfish · 47 replies · 1,034+ views
    NYTimes ^ | November 29th 2009
    Latin Mass Appeal By KENNETH J. WOLFE Published: November 28, 2009 WALKING into church 40 years ago on this first Sunday of Advent, many Roman Catholics might have wondered where they were. The priest not only spoke English rather than Latin, but he faced the congregation instead of the tabernacle; laymen took on duties previously reserved for priests; folk music filled the air. The great changes of Vatican II had hit home. All this was a radical break from the traditional Latin Mass, codified in the 16th century at the Council of Trent. For centuries, that Mass served as a...
  • Wolfe in sheep's clothing? (On "The Future of Liberalism" by Alan Wolfe.)

    03/01/2009 2:50:11 PM PST · by neverdem · 17 replies · 1,595+ views
    The New Criterion ^ | March 2009 | William D. Gairdner
    On The Future of Liberalism by Alan Wolfe. A political ideology may usefully be defined as a structure of interdependent ideas. It is like a building: if you can falsify the foundational notions in critiquing it, the whole structure will collapse. Readers already comfortable with the political leanings and beliefs of Alan Wolfe, a political scientist at Boston College, will enjoy The Future of Liberalism because it will make them feel—especially since the election of Barack Obama—that they are safely ensconced on the cozy side of history.[1] His critics—I am one—will appreciate the book because it is rare to find...
  • Rockefeller, Wolfe spar over financial bailout

    10/15/2008 9:12:01 PM PDT · by Maelstorm · 3 replies · 552+ views
    http://www.dailymail.com ^ | OCT 15, 2008 | by Jake Stump
    CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The recent bailout of Wall Street is just one of many issues separating longtime U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller from his Republican challenger Jay Wolfe. The two have squared off before, as Wolfe, 53, of Salem, failed in his bid for Rockefeller's seat in 2002. Rockefeller won by a 26-point margin. A recent Rasmussen Reports poll shows Rockefeller ahead 61 percent to 33 percent. Wolfe said he would have opposed the financial rescue package and called it a "Welfare for Wall Street scheme that was flawed from conception." "For our nation to borrow more money, increasing our national...
  • County GOP to open its headquarters on Monday(WV)

    10/05/2008 3:24:46 PM PDT · by Maelstorm · 2 replies · 301+ views
    http://www.timeswv.com ^ | Oct 3rd, 2008 | By Bill Byrd
    FAIRMONT — Marion County Republicans will open their campaign headquarters at 201 Adams St. in downtown Fairmont on Monday, said Andrew Sabak. And the county GOP’s annual Reagan Dinner is set for Oct. 16 at Muriale’s Restaurant and Banquet Center, said Sabak. He is the chairman of the Marion County Republican Executive Committee. “Everyone who is interested in any of the Republican candidates for office on the November ballot is welcome to drop in and see our campaign headquarters,” Sabak said. The new office will be open from 3 p.m.-7 p.m. on Monday. Operating hours will gradually be expanded as...
  • GOP candidate trying to debate with Jay (Rockefeller

    09/20/2008 10:10:52 AM PDT · by Maelstorm · 5 replies · 371+ views
    http://sundaygazettemail.com ^ | September 20, 2008 | By Paul J. Nyden
    CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Republican congressional candidate Jay Wolfe, a businessman and former state senator from Harrison County, told Gazette editors Friday that he's been trying to get his opponent, U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, to agree to a public debate this fall, without success. Wolfe said Rockefeller also wouldn't debate him when the two ran against each other six years ago. Rockefeller won his third term in the 2002 election. "He wouldn't debate me six years ago. I sent him a letter asking him to debate [this year], but I have not received an answer." Wolfe has long been an opponent...