Monthly Archives: July 2017

Investigating Mueller and uranium

SOURCE: JEROME CORSI WASHINGTON, D.C. – On May 17, the day Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller as Special Counsel charged with investigating possible “Russian collusion” with President Trump’s campaign, Julian Assange at WikiLeaks tweeted a WikiLeaks released … Continue reading

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Luttwak writes about the political economy of automobiles and the corresponding incentives to vote for President Ivanka Trump

Luttwak is a crafty planner of coups d’etat. Luttwak wrote: the victory of the Democratic establishment merely ensured the victory of the only Sanders counterpart on the Repub­lican side with whom Sanders differed sharply on almost everything – except for … Continue reading

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Wikileaks accuses Mueller of handing over uranium to Russians … is this just a random attempt to drag down Mueller?

Considering the paper trail, this seems to have been an official, authorized handover. I don’t see why it would be illegal. I think Assange is willing to publish anything that looks tangentially relevant (and in his circumstances, I don’t blame … Continue reading

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Clean sweep of links

A drone carrying a grenade infiltrated an ammunition dump in Ukraine, setting off an explosion that caused an astounding billion dollars worth of damage. The incident points to the growing use of drones in wartime, particularly off the shelf civilian … Continue reading

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The House Judiciary Committee voted and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz “caught SITE” [sic]

Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee voted Wednesday to request documents about former FBI director James B. Comey’s conversations with the Obama administration and journalists, amending and replacing a Democratic resolution that was designed to obtain documents about Comey’s firing … Continue reading

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