Scott Johnson – By letter to Susan Rice dated February 8, 2018, Senators Grassley and Graham posed 12 numbered questions. I posted the Graham/Grassley letter in “Rice papers the file.” By letter dated February 23, 2018, white collar criminal defense lawyer Kathryn Ruemmler has now responded to the Grassley/Graham letter on Rice’s behalf. I posted Ruemmler’s letter nearby this morning in “Susan Rice responds, sort of,” and am embedding it again at the bottom.
Let’s take an inventory of Rice’s response to the questions: answered, partially answered, answered narrowly, or not answered. I have italicized my accounting below, subject to further thought and analysis:
Question 1. Did you send the email attached to this letter to yourself? Do you have any reason to dispute the timestamp of the email?
Question 2. When did you first become aware of the FBI’s investigation into allegations of collusion between Mr. Trump’s associates and Russia?
Not answered. Continue reading “The Silence Of Susan Rice”
American Patriot Daily – Devin Nunes rocked Washington with his memo outlining the FBI’s abuse of power in spying on members of the Trump campaign.
Now he has revealed what is in phase two of his investigation.
And it included a bombshell about collusion with Russia.
Chairman Nunes fired off a letter to over one dozen former government officials demanding to know what they knew about the fake news Christopher Steele dossier and if they shared it with anyone.
The Daily Caller reports:
“In the letters, Nunes submitted 10 questions covering when the officials learned of the dossier and how they handled the salacious and unverified document written by former British spy Christopher Steele. Continue reading “Devin Nunes Just Released Another Revealing Memo On Russian Collusion”
Success stories of entrepreneurs such as Bill Gates and Richard Branson often focus on the fact that neither of these two highly successful and influential individuals earned a college degree. Whilst society may tell you that a college degree is essential if you want to work in a successful career, this is clearly not always the case if you have a saleable business idea that is bound to grow. However, with an increasing number of people now starting their own businesses and working from home, more entrepreneurs are considering furthering their education to improve their knowledge and skills, along with increasing their credibility in the industry. Here are some of the best reasons for self-made entrepreneurs to invest in studying for an MBA.
#1. Improve Your Knowledge
Although anybody can start a business of their own, there’s a significant amount of learning which needs to be done before you can understand how to run a business successfully. When you first started out with a business idea, you probably knew a lot less than you do today, and much of it may have been through trial and error. For many business owners with little prior experience, learning is usually done through making mistakes and trying new things to figure out what works. However, studying for an MBA will help you skip making mistakes by providing you with a solid foundation of proven business knowledge to go by when making decisions for your company. Continue reading “How an MBA Benefits Self-Made Entrepreneurs”
While jewelry makes a great gift for all occasions it’s not always the benign, love-filled gift we expect it to be.
While many of us like wearing jewelry and expensive stones we’re beginning to realize the ways these stones are mined may reflect too high a price in human treatment. And this worries us.
Jewelry, especially diamonds, are often linked to conflict. This is because the price of weapons and wars are often paid with diamonds. Diamonds exchanged for guns ultimately cost lives and limbs. Obviously, a stone or piece of jewelry worn with such an origin is tainted, which is not a pleasing thought in the least. In fact, the term ‘blood diamond’ applies to stones used in these types of exchanges.
Fortunately there are now companies hard at work identifying jewelry for customers that is conflict-free, ethical and sourced without any blood being shed. Continue reading “What’s the buzz about ‘green jewelry’ all about”
Owen K Waters – Back in the Middle Ages in Europe, the popular path towards spirituality was to become a monk or a nun. Monasteries and convents were well funded as their local populations were compelled by law to, not only attend church on Sundays, but also to donate 10 percent of their incomes to the church.
Monks and nuns took vows which relieved them of the distractions of having to make a living. They took vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. Freed from the distractions of laboring for pay or supporting a family, they were able to spend many hours per day in worship and contemplation. The obedience part of the vow was thrown in for good measure because it suited those in charge.
The problem is that, once a vow is taken, it becomes stored in your subconscious mind which, unlike your physical brain, lives on after death and reincarnates with your spirit into each new life. Continue reading “Set Yourself Free”
Alexandra Bruce – Douglas Gabriel speaks with Michael McKibben, CEO of Leader Technologies. First, as a bit of background, McKibben claims that his company developed the source code for what became the foundation of all social media, which is not what we think it is.
The two claim that this code was quite simply stolen from McKibben by the US Government in 2000 and that it was weaponized into a scalable way to control the entire Internet and before being handed over to what would become their controlled social media giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google.
Continue reading “Wetware [Video]”