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Category Archives: Art Joly
So. I turn 62 soon. I live on SSI and the SS has deemed me totally and permanently disabled. But SSI rules require me to apply for all forms of income that for which I am eligible. So I move … Continue reading
Rough draft, stream of conscious sort of thing. Or what happens when you drink your own Koolaid. I’ve been walking our dog and thinking. I’ve been tempting southern baptists to think, but that’s only my mean side showing. Paige Patterson, … Continue reading
Russian bots and their American allies gamed social media to put a flawed intelligence document atop the political agenda. That should alarm us. By MOLLY K. MCKEW February 04, 2018 Molly K. McKew is an expert on information … Continue reading
Politico analyzes the bot campaign behind the Nunes memo. By Salig Sunday Feb 04, 2018 · 11:40 AM EST Politico has just published a detailed and frightening account of the bot-enhanced social media campaign that led to the release of … Continue reading
By cbastian for The Washington Post Friday Feb 02, 2018 · 4:17 PM EST House Intelligence Committee Minority Response to Release of Chairman Nunes’ Misleading Memo Washington, DC – Today, the Minority of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence … Continue reading
After plenty of consternation — including a public rebuke from the FBI and cries of foul from Democrats — the GOP memo on the Russia investigation has been released. The full memo was crafted by Republican staffers to House Intelligence … Continue reading
“Page had been on the radar of the FBI at least as far back as 2013, when a bureau wiretap caught suspected Russian spies discussing their attempts to recruit him. Even after being interviewed by the investigators in that case, … Continue reading
Once upon a time, as all good fairy tales should begin, there was a barrier to entry. There was a barrier to entry if you wanted to publish a newspaper. Mimeographed sheets aren’t as credible as printed sheets. Tabloids aren’t … Continue reading