Author Archives: Sean

Do we have a big tech government?

The National Security Agency (NSA) has opted to award a secret contract valued at $10 billion to Amazon Web Services. The often subsidized and federally contracted private company will aid the NSA in their pursuit of a Hybrid Compute Initiative. The details of the contract, code-named “WildandStormy,” remain a mystery, though experts believe the NSA is attempting to modernize its ...

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Afghanistan Is A Major DNC Loss

As President Biden’s mishandling of the Crisis in Kabul has taken a deadly turn, many believe that his mistakes in Afghanistan will spell disaster for the Democrats in the midterms and in the 2024 Presidential Race! Even fellow Democrats believe that Biden’s abysmal failures – that have now led to the deaths of Americans – will spell political disaster for ...

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Rep. Ilhan Omar Takes On Biden

U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) issued a letter to President Joe Biden on Thursday asking him to pardon Daniel Hale, a former Air Force intelligence analyst, who leaked classified documents regarding U.S. drone strikes that were published by The Intercept in 2015. The information leaked by Hale revealed that U.S. drone strikes conducted under the Obama administration killed civilian causalities at a rate far ...

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NASA is being sued

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin filed a legal complaint against NASA at the US Court of Federal Claims on Monday.The space company argued that NASA’s $2.9 billion lunar lander contract with SpaceX was “unlawful and improper.”Blue Origin has also launched a PR attack against SpaceX’s Starship rocket. A lawsuit was filed by Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin ...

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DNC continues vote fraud lie

The far left – that combine of Democrats and the compliant media – has coined and standardized the “The Big Lie” as the buzz words for those who continue to claim that President Trump won the election.  The term also includes anyone who believes that significant vote fraud was present in the 2020 election – but perhaps not necessarily enough ...

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Greta Thunberg Returns With More Nonsense

Leftist puppet Greta Thunberg was back protesting outside the Swedish parliament on Friday, the three-year anniversary of her first school strike which grew into a global, youth-led protest movement. Thunberg’s grassroot initiative caught on around the world, with millions rallying at weekly “Fridays for Future” protests to call on world leaders to listen to scientists about, and act to stop, ...

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Taliban Armed With American Weapons, Vehicles

Taliban forces are conquering Afghanistan with the very same equipment the US provided to help defeat them.  Reports and photos confirm the insurgents have their hands on M4 carbines, M16 rifles, Black Hawk helicopters, A-29 Super Tucano attack aircraft, Humvees, and other armored vehicles. Experts worry the Taliban may have seized biometric devices capable of identifying Afghans who assisted American ...

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Taliban step up door-to-door hunts

Taliban fighters killed the relative of a Deutsche Welle journalist in Afghanistan as the group steps up its searches for people connected to or who worked for the West. The German broadcaster Deutsche Welle said that Taliban fighters who were searching for its journalist had shot dead one of their family members, and seriously injured another relative, while other family members ...

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Explosion Near The Capital

Police are investigating a report of a possible explosive device in a pickup truck outside the Library of Congress on Capitol Hill and have evacuated multiple buildings on the sprawling Capitol complex, two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press. U.S. Capitol Police said officers were “responding to a suspicious vehicle near the Library of Congress,” and that it was ...

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The Pentagon and the Generals Wanted This Disastrous War

In early July, Ron Paul penned a column titled “It’s Saigon In Afghanistan,” invoking the imagery of the fall of Saigon in 1975, when US military helicopters scrambled to evacuate personnel from the roof of the US embassy. But Paul suggested that maybe the situation in Afghanistan was “perhaps not as dramatic” as the situation in Saigon forty-six years ago. ...

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