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Sunday, March 04, 2018

The report, released by the House Science Committee, said it found evidence Russian-sponsored agents used Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to suppress the research and development of fossil fuels and stymie efforts to expand the use of natural gas and fracking. "This report reveals that Russian agents created and spread propaganda on U.S. social media platforms in an obvious attempt to influence the U.S. energy market," Texas Representative Lamar Smith, the chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, said in a statement. "Russian agents attempted to manipulate Americans' opinions about pipelines, fossil fuels, fracking and climate change." Separately, a study released by Iowa State University said English-language Russian media coverage of agricultural issues "fits the profile" of an effort to amplify controversy regarding genetically modified food. read more

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Schiff will not support the FISA court oversight bill he authored 5 years ago. read more

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Bruce Ohr, the Department of Justice official who brought opposition research on President Donald Trump to the FBI, did not disclose that Fusion GPS, which performed that research at the Democratic National Committee's behest, was paying his wife, and did not obtain a conflict of interest waiver from his superiors at the Justice Department, documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation show. The omission may explain why Ohr was demoted from his post as associate deputy attorney general after the relationship between Fusion GPS and his wife emerged and Fusion founder Glenn Simpson acknowledged meeting with Ohr. Willfully falsifying government ethics forms can carry a penalty of jail time, if convicted. read more


No, that was pretty much all concocted by Cheney's office.



Wow, you really don't have a good memory or you must lack integrity. The Brits lied their asses off just like the Neocons (pretty much all Neocons are never-Trumpers by the way).


False allegations that Saddam could attack UK targets within "45 minutes" were not withdrawn until 28 September 2004. Bogus information by a source known as Curve Ball that also fed into the case for war was not withdrawn until the following day, 29 September 2004.

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