Monday, May 22, 2017

Awan Brothers: House IT Aides Fear Suspects In Hill Breach Are Blackmailing Members With Their Own Data



Congressional technology aides are baffled that data-theft allegations against four former House IT workers — who were banned from the congressional network — have largely been ignored, and they fear the integrity of sensitive high-level information.
Imran Awan and three relatives were colleagues until police banned them from computer networks at the House of Representatives after suspicion the brothers accessed congressional computers without permission.
Five Capitol Hill technology aides told The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group that members of Congress have displayed an inexplicable and intense loyalty towards the suspects who police say victimized them. The baffled aides wonder if the suspects are blackmailing representatives based on the contents of their emails and files, to which they had full access.
http://truepundit.com/awan-brothers-house-it-aides-fear-suspects-in-hill-breach-are-blackmailing-members-with-their-own-data/

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Saturday, May 20, 2017

The Lawyer Bringing The Lawsuit Against The DNC Speaks Out


In this latest episode of Redacted Tonight VIP, Lee Camp talks to Jared Beck, the attorney leading the lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee, and its former leader Debbie Wasserman Schultz, for rigging the 2016 Democratic Primary for Hillary Clinton. Beck goes into detail with Lee about how Bernie Sanders and his supporters got screwed by an organization that, according to court hearings, felt no obligation to be transparent or impartial during the election process. While one would think such a blatant disrespect for the democratic process would get more play in the mainstream media, it's falling on deaf ears. In the second half, Lee Camp gets into the importance of the release of prisoner Chelsea Manning, who was originally sentenced to 35 years for revealing classified information about inhumane behavior in the U.S. military, including the slaughter of innocent civilians. Manning isn't the only one who suffered the worst for revealing the ugly truth about our country. Lee digs into other examples of how our government has made a habit of punishing people whose only mission was to reveal abuses in our society. Voting is beautiful, be beautiful ~ vote.©

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

USAID Brags About Helping Farmer Starting Pomegranate Orchard, Shows Photo Of Him In Poppy Field

Afghan farmers harvest opium sap from a poppy field in the Gereshk district of Helmand on April 11, 2017.
The US government has spent billions of dollars on a war to eliminate drugs from Afghanistan, but the country still remains the world's top opium producer. Noor Mohammad/AFP/Getty Images.

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) bragged about helping an Afghan farmer start a pomegranate orchard by posting a photo of the man in a poppy field.
USAID Afghanistan posted a photo to Twitter Sunday evening championing its investment in Afghan farmers, particularly Rahmatullah, who according to the post “started his own pomegranate orchard” in the province of Kandahar.


Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2017/05/01/usaid-brags-about-helping-farmer-starting-pomegranate-orchard-shows-photo-of-him-in-poppy-field/#ixzz4fwchIs9g


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Saturday, April 29, 2017

U.S. spy agency abandons controversial surveillance technique

FILE PHOTO - An aerial view shows the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters in Ft. Meade, Maryland, U.S. on January 29, 2010.       REUTERS/Larry Downing/File Photo

The U.S. National Security Agency said on Friday it had stopped a form of surveillance that allowed it to collect without a warrant the digital communications of Americans who mentioned a foreign intelligence target in their messages, marking an unexpected triumph for privacy advocates long critical of the practice.

The decision to stop the once-secret activity, which involved messages sent to or received from people believed to be living overseas, came despite the insistence of U.S. officials in recent years that it was both lawful and vital to national security.

The halt is among the most substantial changes to U.S. surveillance policy in years and comes as digital privacy remains a contentious issue across the globe following the 2013 disclosures of broad NSA spying activity by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-security-surveillance-idUSKBN17U2OF

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