Mollie Hemingway, senior editor at The Federalist, made a great point about Susan Rice and the “unmasking” controversy and how Susan Rice changed her initial statement on her involvement: Yesterday, in a damage control interview with prominent Democratic journalist Andrea Mitchell, Rice admitted her unmasking efforts and said they were routine. Mitchell’s 16-minute interview involved […]
Andrew McCarthy, a columnist for National Review, outlined the reasons why Susan Rice had legal basis for her “unmasking” of Trump campaign and transition officials while at the National Security Agency (NSA). Yet, the implications of this scandal is that it could be yet another abuse-of-power scandal under the Obama administration: If the new reporting […]
A former analyst for the National Security Agency (NSA) goes into detail on why the Susan Rice “unmasking” controversy is being misreported by all sides and outlines why Susan Rice is unpopular in the intelligence community. It’s worth a read, since the author goes into “signals intelligence” (known as SIGINT) and the details of collecting […]
Is this former National Security Agency contractor a whistleblower, or a man seeking fame and fortune? The latest security breach suggests continued vulnerabilities at the NSA since Edward Snowden copied and gave to journalists more than 1 million highly classified documents and files on the agency’s electronic and digital surveillance programs at home and abroad… […]
The article on NBC News appeared to exonerate Edward Snowden from any blame in how Russian hackers somehow obtained NSA spying tools, as revealed this week. But, as NBC News even noted, Snowden is living in Russia to avoid U.S. prosecution…so is he involved, or isn’t he? Security experts and former National Security Agency officials […]
In this controversy about watch lists and depriving Americans of the right to bear arms, did you know that Martin Luther King, Jr. was on a National Security Agency (NSA) watch list? Food for thought.
As reported by the Washington Examiner: Hillary Clinton’s decision to use a private server while she led the State Department was “inconceivable,” and everything she has said about the matter is “incoherent,” according to a former chief of the National Security Agency. “What she set up was inconceivable. And the explanations since that point are […]
As the Free Beacon reported, intelligence gathering efforts have slowed down: U.S. policies are hindering efforts by intelligence agencies to prevent attacks by the Islamic State in Western countries, current and former U.S. officials say, raising concerns in the wake of the Paris attacks and the expiration of a key surveillance tool. The National Security […]
The USA Freedom Act supposedly revamps the National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance apparatus and practices, which Obama signed into law last night.
Edward Snowden dismisses the “traitor” label, but it does make sense that his leaks helped enable terrorists to avoid being tracked by the National Security Agency (NSA).
4/6/2017 - Why isn’t the Liberal Media Jumping on Susan Rice Changing Her Statement?
4/6/2017 - Susan Rice’s ‘Unmasking’ was Legal, but Another Obama Era Scandal
4/6/2017 - So Much Media Confusion on Susan Rice and ‘Unmasking’ Controversy
10/16/2016 - FBI Arrests a Wannabe ‘Snowden’?
8/18/2016 - NBC News Article Blames Russian-Backed Hackers for NSA Tools Release, but Not Snowden?
6/23/2016 - Did you know Martin Luther King, Jr. was on a Watch List?
3/30/2016 - Hillary Clinton’s Email Set-Up was “Inconceivable”, says Former NSA Chief
12/1/2015 - Intelligence Officials say Obama Administration, Lawmakers Impeding Terrorism Fight
6/3/2015 - Obama signs NSA Bill into Law
2/24/2015 - Snowden Helped Terrorists Avoid Detection, ex-NSA Director says
2/14/2015 - NSA Bracing for More Leaks