Search Result for “Freedom of Information Act”

A House committee asked the Interior Department Thursday to hand over an unredacted copy of a newly-released report detailing how more than 100 employees were “compromised” in a phishing email attack. Utah Republican Rep. Rob Bishop, chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources, sent a letter to Interior Deputy
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The Memphis VA medical center is trying to remove a whistleblower who recently revealed the facility allowed an employee to return to work after serving a 60-day sentence for driving under the influence. Management at the medical center sent whistleblower Sean Higgins a letter on May 15 in an attempt to remove
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In a similar fashion as to how the prosecution in the Bundy Ranch trials tried to hide Bureau of Land Management agent Daniel P. Love’s misconduct, they seem to have failed to disclose an FBI agent’s arrest for impersonating a journalist/private investigator. Charles Johnson, undercover agent of “Long Bow Fame,”
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If the last 24 hours have proved anything about the Democratic Party and its constituents, it’s that they have no idea what media narrative they are supposed to be following. On Tuesday, President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey following numerous scandals. Comey has been blamed by both voters and
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Our world is changing at a blinding pace that is accelerating with each passing day.  Thanks to the Internet, information travels at a speed that would have been unimaginable at other times in human history, and our technological capabilities are advancing at a rate that is exponentially increasing.  What all
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Those who founded this country strongly believed that “a man’s house is his castle.”[2] This belief—that the sanctity of one’s home should be protected against government invasions—led those who drafted the Constitution and the Bill of Rights to forbid government agents from conducting unreasonable seizures and searches of private property,[3]
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Government Watchdog group Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit against the State Department and US Agency for International Development (USAID) to obtain records regarding funding and political activities of George Soros‘ Open Society Foundation – Macedonia. On Wednesday, Judicial Watch announced the filing of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
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Cause of Action (CoA) Institute is suing the Federal Bureau of Investigation to find out whether the agency paid or planned to pay former British spy Christopher Steele for research on the infamous Trump dossier. The institute first tried to obtain records of the FBI-Steele relationship via a Freedom of Information
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So, after Wikileaks information was used by team Trump during the presidential election in 2016, the Trump administration is now seemingly turning on Wikileaks.  In his first speech as CIA director on Wednesday, Mike Pompeo took the opportunity to blast Wikileaks as a “nonstate hostile intelligence service often abetted by
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The question of the recent decades has been how much of our liberty can we and should we give up in the name of security. And while that question continues to persist, the new question of the modern age is how much privacy can we and should we give up
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