Friday, May 26, 2017

Larwyn's Linx: Something Is Deeply Wrong in the U.S. Intelligence Community

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Something Is Deeply Wrong in the U.S. Intelligence Community: AmInt
The Left’s Road Leads to Manchester: Robert Spencer
Sessions to take travel ban fight to Supreme Court: Ryan Lovelace

Russians Tricked Comey Into Letting Hillary Off the Hook: Jeff Dunetz
Gowdy Threatens to Stop Surveillance Funding Until ‘Unmasking’ is Answered: TPI
Some Seem Rather Upset That Trump Wants NATO Members To Pay Fair Share: RWN

Why CAIR Leader Fears a Terror Designation for Muslim Brotherhood: Joe Kaufman
RAIDS CONTINUE: ICE Nabs 188 In LA During 5-Day Operation: Breaking911
Two Things the CBO Got Very, Very, Very Wrong About Obamacare: NTK

Greg Gianforte Still Wins Montana Special Election: RWN
Ex-DNC Official: DNC ‘Decimated’, in ‘Really, Really Bad Shape’: Cameron Cawthorne
FEC Commissioner Ellen Weintraub Continues Pushing Partisan Agendas: GOP


Public pensions in some ways mirror Madoff’s Ponzi scheme: Dan McCaleb
No Debt Ceiling Increase Without Spending Cuts: Jason Pye
Chicago math: CPS has 378K students and $9 billion in debt: Marathon

Scandal Central

Investigator: Cops hid evidence, halted Seth Rich probe: Liz Crokin
Horrific Undercover Planned Parenthood Video Released: David Closson
Pelosi Dodges On Dem IT Staffers Under Investigation Keeping Their Jobs: NTK

Climate, Energy & Regulations

Sea level rise hysteria can be cured by looking at tide gauge data: JoNova


Advertisers Bow to Activist Left, Begin Pulling Ads from Hannity: Ben Kew
Trump Visits 14 Year Old Cancer Patient In Israel - MSM Refuses To Cover: ZH
‘That’s patently false!’ Seth Rich family spokesman denies DNC is paying him: Alicia Powe

Fox Backs Hannity Amid Advertiser Flight And Snap Vacation: TruNews
Obama lectures ‘we can’t hide behind a wall’ — from behind a wall!: Kyle Olson
Ex-Navy SEAL Tells Katy Perry: 'Hold One of Your Concerts in Syria': Craig Bannister


Manchester Bomber Attended 'Jihadi’ Mosque Accused of Funding al-Qaeda: Breitbart
President Trump Defends American Taxpayers To NATO Leaders: Katie Pavlich
Manchester attack: CCTV photos show suspect shopping for backpack used to carry bomb: News Au

In North Korea, the US Advertises Its Intentions: George Friedman
How Obama’s ‘smart power’ helped seed the Manchester attack: Post
China has a huge debt problem. How bad is it?: Alec Macfarlane

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Morgan Stanley's latest prediction about the future of self-driving cars should terrify automakers: Matthew DeBord
‘Space Aggressors’ Train US Forces for Extraterrestrial Conflict: Greg Walters
After being caught spying on viewers through their TVs, creepy Samsung unveils...: Glitch


'Breaking Bad' Pop-Up Bar Rolls into NYC in Walter White-Like RV This Summer: NBC-4
California's 'Big One' IS going to happen no matter how much people deny it, warns earthquake expert: DailyMail
Fighting Our Way to Victory - One Body-Slam At a Time: MOTUS

Image: RAIDS CONTINUE: ICE Nabs 188 In LA During 5-Day Operation
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QOTD: "The National Security Agency under former President Barack Obama routinely violated American privacy protections while scouring through overseas intercepts and failed to disclose the extent of the problems until the final days before Donald Trump was elected president last fall, according to once top-secret documents that chronicle some of the most serious constitutional abuses to date by the U.S. intelligence community.

More than 5 percent, or one out of every 20 searches seeking upstream Internet data on Americans inside the NSA’s so-called Section 702 database violated the safeguards Obama and his intelligence chiefs vowed to follow in 2011, according to one classified internal report reviewed by Circa.

The Obama administration self-disclosed the problems at a closed-door hearing Oct. 26 before the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that set off alarm. Trump was elected less than two weeks later." -- John Solomon and Sara Carter

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