The following is an editorial in the Las Vegas Review-Journal Imagine someone in the Trump administration had turned loose intelligence agencies to spy on reporters who had written critical stories. The perpetual progressive outrage machine would have blown a gasket — and rightly so. It’s curious, then, that the case of former CBS News investigative […]
Analysis Today were oral arguments in the appeal of my lawsuit against the Dept. of Justice and FBI for the government computer intrusions. This is my layman’s non-legal read of the issues and questions. Government officials such as Attorney General Eric Holder enjoy broad immunity from lawsuits such as mine. There are some good reasons […]
Every day brings new stories about Russian interference in the 2016 election, whether Donald Trump played a role, and alleged abuses by our intelligence agencies. One of the deepest, darkest, most important issues in the whole mess has to do with the massive number of “unmaskings” of U.S. citizens. It potentially opens a can of worms squirmier than […]
Appeals Court to Hear Case of Reporter Alleging Surveillance By Associated Press on January 28, 2019 (With clarifications inside article) When Sharyl Attkisson first began hearing clicking sounds on her phone and her computers started turning on and off in the middle of the night, she thought it was a technical glitch that could be easily fixed. […]
| AUDACITY In September 2013, Ambassador Thomas Pickering agrees to do a sit- down interview with me about his work heading up the State Depart- ment Accountability Review Board’s (ARB) controversial Benghazi report. The ARB is under fire for possible conflicts of interest and for its decision not to interview relevant officials, including then–secretary of state […]
PRESS RELEASE Oral Arguments Attkisson v. Dept. of Justice, FBI et. al.Tues. Jan. 29; 9:30amUS Court of Appeals, 1100 E. Main St., Richmond, VA Public is Welcome to Attend First publicly announced on Aug. 7, 2013, oral arguments will be heard in the case of Investigative Reporter Sharyl Attkisson’s computer intrusions on Tues. Jan. 29 […]
A video update in Attkisson v. DOJ and FBI.
California has a new mandate requiring solar panels on all new homes. What does this have to do with you? Other states are looking to California's experience to decide whether they should require solar panels, too. This week on Full Measure, I travel to California to hear both sides in the solar debate. Surprisingly, solar […]