Electoral College Not Racist: Princeton Prof’s NY Times Mea Culpa


Published on Apr 23, 2019

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Princeton Prof. Sean Willentz, in a New York Times op-ed, confesses he was wrong about the racist roots of the Electoral College – says he’ll correct error in second edition of his recent book. Bill Whittle and Scott Ott examine the true reasons for our method of electing a president, and why Democrat efforts to snuff out the Electoral College must be stopped. Bill Whittle Now is a production of the Members at https://BillWhittle.com

 

Boston Marathon Bomber Ballot: Dem Candidates Back Voting from Death Row


Published on Apr 24, 2019

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Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris says she’s open to fellow candidate Bernie Sanders’ call to let the Boston Marathon bomber vote from prison. Harris says “we should have that conversation” so Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott get right to it. Members produce Right Angle, and enjoy 43 other shows each month, along with a private community of liberty-minded folks engaged in reasoned thought, great humor, and mutual encouragement. Join us today at https://BillWhittle.com/register/

 

Hire the Doper: Employers Relax Zero-Tolerance Drug Screening


Published on Apr 24, 2019

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As more states approve medical and recreational use of marijuana, employers relax their zero tolerance drug screening standards, and increasingly hire marijuana users. Is hiring a doper no different than hiring alcohol drinkers, or will joint-smoking employees inevitably put co-workers and customers at risk? Bill Whittle Now is a production of the Members who create this, and 43 other shows, each month. They write a blog, carry on intense conversations about liberty and tyranny, and enjoy fun fellowship at a Member-exclusive website. You can join us now at https://BillWhittle.com/register/

 

 

Birthers on the Left: Why Democrats Can’t Let Go of the Mueller Report


Published on Apr 22, 2019

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The desperation on the Left to wring some impeachable offense from the Mueller Report is reminiscent of the “birthers” who couldn’t let go after Barack Obama released his official certificate. Will House Judiciary Chairman Nadler’s subpoena and hearings find anything that will sway a single vote in the 2020 presidential election? Bill Whittle Now is a production of the Members who are true citizen-producers, with their own interactive website for vigorous inquiry, rational analysis, principled debate and frequent fun among a band of liberty lovers. If that sounds like your home team, and you want 44 new episodes each month, plus a deep archive of common sense and decency, join us today at https://BillWhittle.com/register/

 

The brain has two hemispheres because the world is made of Chaos & Order – Jordan Peterson


Published on Dec 7, 2018

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“The left tries to impose order on the world, the right hemisphere reacts to novelty and generates novel hypotheses.” – by VS RAMACHANDRAN http://web.psych.utoronto.ca/psy430/R…

 

“You spend your whole life trying not to have your right hemisphere turn on” Jordan Peterson


Published on May 8, 2018

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An understanding of the Right Hemisphere of the Brain and its purposes.

Bank of Canada Lowers GDP Forecast Amid Continued Upward GDP for U.S….


A tale of two contrasting sets of economic priorities. The U.S. economy continues to outpace all economic forecasts.  Recently U.S. retail sales, wage growth and housing starts have exceeded all expectations.  Tomorrows announced U.S. GDP growth is positioned to exceed all previous doomsayer predictions from the professional financial back-bench.

However, the economic results in Canada are going in the opposite direction.  The Bank of Canada cut their GDP forecast from 1.7% to 1.2% today.  A forecast drop of half a percent is a massive drop considering the prior rate of growth was meager at best.

Two full years into the advancement of America-First priorities, the international community is now admitting they can only find growth and value in U.S. investments.

(Via Reuters) […] The [Canadian] central bank now expects economic growth in the first half of 2019 to be lower than anticipated in January, when it released its last monetary policy report, due to a slowdown in Canada’s oil sector, the negative impact of global trade policies and a weaker-than-expected housing sector.

It lowered its gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast for the year to 1.2 percent from 1.7 percent in January, and said it was monitoring the impact of developments in household spending, oil markets and global trade. (read more)

With the slow-bleed continuing we can expect to see Canada quietly putting pressure on their U.S. liberal counterparts to support the USMCA.  Yes, the irony is delicious.  Ms. Freeland will try to stay under the radar while supporting Trump’s trade construct.

Meanwhile, U.S-China trade talks are due to resume next Tuesday, as negotiators USTR Lighthizer and Secretary Mnuchin head to Beijing with wind in their economic sails….

{{snicker}}

Rudy Giuliani Discusses Background and Downstream Consequences of Weissmann/Mueller Report….


Responding to criticisms made by Hillary Clinton, President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani discusses the political landscape after the Weissmann/Mueller report; including the sketchy Ukrainian connections to the origin of the fiasco.

BIG! – NSA Recommends Dropping Phone Surveillance Program….


Perhaps the weaponization of the NSA database was the biggest research project we ever took on.  That said, CTH prudence requires a lack of commentary.  For a background on this story see the [“SIDE NOTE“] previously presented HERE.  “The candle is not worth the flame.”

(WASHINGTON DC) The National Security Agency has recommended that the White House abandon a U.S. surveillance program that collects information about Americans’ phone calls and text messages, saying the logistical and legal burdens of keeping it outweigh its intelligence benefits, according to people familiar with the matter.

The recommendation against seeking the renewal of the once-secret spying program amounts to an about-face by the agency, which had long argued in public and to congressional overseers that the program was vital to the task of finding and disrupting terrorism plots against the U.S.

The latest view is rooted in a growing belief among senior intelligence officials that the spying program provides limited value to national security and has become a logistical headache.

Frustrations about legal-compliance issues forced the NSA to halt use of the program earlier this year, the people said. Its legal authority will expire in December unless Congress reauthorizes it.  (read more)

…”It is up to the White House, not the NSA, to decide whether to push for legislation to renew the phone-records program. The White House hasn’t yet reached a policy decision about the surveillance program, according to the people familiar with the matter.

The White House National Security Council and the NSA declined to comment.”…

[…] In remarks over the past month, Gen. Paul Nakasone, the director of the NSA and chief of U.S. Cyber Command, has declined to offer specifics about the status of conversations about the metadata program, but he has acknowledged officials are reviewing whether it is necessary.

“It’s a collaborative process, and the administration will make the decision,” Mr. Nakasone said this month at a Marshall Forum event in Washington. “We are taking a look at it, what is the value of it, what are we able to get from it…I think the question becomes, is this a tool that we continue to need to have for our nation’s security?” (link)

May God continue to bless Admiral Mike Rogers…

Do not go about your day without contemplating the scale of this decision; and more importantly the ideological shift on the freedom continuum.  97% of our nation will have no comprehension of the importance of this story.

One of the hurdles in revealing the scale of the story behind the abused FISA process are the current interests of the intelligence community.  Those who benefited from the abuse of the system have used “national security interests” as a shield to avoid revealing the history of Obama-era political surveillance and spying.

However, if the intelligence apparatus says they no longer want/need the surveillance system; that is, the specific aspect used for prior abuse; well, the shield is removed;… and, as a consequence, the history of how the NSA database was abused for political spy operation can then be revealed.

Love to all.

Wolverines !!

Former State Department Employee Pleads Guilty to Spying for Chinese Agents…


[U.S. DOJ] […] Candace Marie Claiborne, a former employee of the U.S. Department of State, pleaded guilty today to a charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States, by lying to law enforcement and background investigators, and hiding her extensive contacts with, and gifts from, agents of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), in exchange for providing them with internal documents from the U.S. State Department.

[…] According to the plea documents, Claiborne, 63, began working as an Office Management Specialist for the Department of State in 1999. She served overseas at a number of posts, including embassies and consulates in Baghdad, Iraq, Khartoum, Sudan, and Beijing and Shanghai, China. As a condition of her employment, Claiborne maintained a TOP SECRET security clearance. Claiborne also was required to report any contacts with persons suspected of affiliation with a foreign intelligence agency as well as any gifts she received from foreign sources over a certain amount.

Despite such a requirement, Claiborne failed to report repeated contacts with two agents of the People’s Republic of China Intelligence Service, even though these agents provided tens of thousands of dollars in gifts and benefits to Claiborne and her family over five years.

The gifts and benefits included cash wired to Claiborne’s USAA account, Chinese New Year’s gifts, international travel and vacations, tuition at a Chinese fashion school, a fully furnished apartment, a monthly stipend and numerous cash payments. Some of these gifts and benefits were provided directly to Claiborne, while others were provided to a close family member of Claiborne’s.

In exchange for these gifts and benefits, as stated in the plea documents, Claiborne provided copies of internal documents from the State Department on topics ranging from U.S. economic strategies to visits by dignitaries between the two countries.

Claiborne noted in her journal that she could “Generate 20k in 1 year” working with one of the PRC agents. That same agent at one point tasked her with providing internal U.S. Government analyses on a U.S.-Sino Strategic Economic Dialogue that had just concluded.

Claiborne, who confided to a co-conspirator that the PRC agents were “spies,” willfully misled State Department background investigators and FBI investigators about her contacts with those agents, the plea documents state. After the State Department and FBI investigators contacted her, Claiborne also instructed her co-conspirators to delete evidence connecting her to the PRC agents. She was arrested on March 28, 2017, following a law enforcement investigation.

Judge Moss scheduled sentencing for July 9, 2019. Claiborne, of Washington, D.C., was ordered detained pending sentencing, but will self-surrender for said detention on June 5, 2019. (DOJ Link)

Link to Plea Agreement.

Original Criminal Complaint Below:

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