Archive | November, 2016

Donald and Hillary: Follow the Money

Hillary Clinton is squashing Donald Trump in terms of money raised both inside and outside the official campaign. That means more money for opposition research and negative ads against The Donald. What are the totals–and who are the big donors behind each candidate? We’ll dig deep Sunday on Full Measure. We’ll also look at the lighter […]

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Secrecy over the silliest things: our government today

The following is a news commentary For federal and local government, the reflexive position too often seems to be secrecy. Not only is it often unnecessary, but it could be argued it’s unethical and possibly unlawful, at times. It’s as if government entities don’t understand they derive their power from the people. They’re funded by […]

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Wikileaks: Clinton camp linked to office Sen. Reid wants to investigate Comey

Sometimes it seems as if everyone in Washington D.C. is connected. A search of Wikileaks emails turns up a personal relationship between Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and the office that Sen. Harry Reid wants to investigate his complaint about FBI Director James Comey. You may recall that Reid, a Clinton supporter, is upset […]

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Google chief Eric Schmidt’s plan for getting Hillary elected

Read how Google’s Eric Schmidt proposed helping get Hillary Clinton elected, according to Wikileaks emails. “Lets assume a total budget of about $1.5Billion, with more than 5000 paid employees and million(s) of volunteers.” “Key is the development of a single record for a voter that aggregates all that is known about them. In 2016 smart phones […]

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Apple has full time staff to “give governments info about Apple customers”

According to an email published by Wikileaks, providing “governments” information about Apple customers is a 24/7 job. “We have a team that responds to those requests 24 hours a day. Strong encryption does not eliminate Apple’s ability to give law enforcement meta-data or any of a number of other very useful categories of data,” Apple’s […]

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