The GOP’s House Intelligence “Nunes Memo” – All Hat And No Cattle

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by Richard Cameron   The memo released on Friday, at the approval, perhaps at the behest of the White House, by the GOP members of the House Intelligence Committee – dubbed the “Nunes Memo”, is nothing more than a clumsy political stunt.  A last gasp effort to influence public opinion and clear the way for derailing the investigation into Trump campaign coordination with Russia to interfere with last year’s presidential election.  Equally as troubling, is that Donald Trump and his party are, in the process, willfully compromising the reputation of…

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The FBI Was Right To Target Trump Campaign Advisor Carter Page

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by Tony Wyman According to a poll taken late in 2017, three-quarters of Trump supporters believe the president should remain in office should the Mueller investigation prove the president colluded with Russia to defeat Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election. The same people who believe alleged FBI collusion with the Democrat Party is high treason, feel completely different about their man’s disturbingly close and surreptitious ties to the nation that has nearly 2000 nuclear warheads pointed at the United States.  Just 14% of Trump’s faithful, believe Mr. Trump should step down…

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What The Steve Bannon Subpeona By Robert Mueller Might Mean

by Richard Cameron   Former chief White House political strategist, Steve Bannon appeared before the House Intelligence Committee  investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and declined to answer all questions posed to him by members of the panel, including those of Republican Mike Conaway (R-TX).  Fellow GOP panel member Devin Nunes, (R-CA) was left with no option but to issue a subpeona to Bannon’s attorney. “Of course I authorized the subpoena,” he told reporters. “That’s how the rules work.”  Bannon was in meeting in closed door hearings for…

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