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CIA: Public Can’t See Classified Information It Showed Reporters

Authored by Will Racke via The Daily Caller,Intelligence officials can selectively release classified information to trusted journalists while withholding the same information from other...
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Assange Hits Back at The Intercept, Claims Obsessive Campaign Against Him

Julian Assange hit back at The Intercept over a February 14 article claiming he backed Donald Trump's presidential campaign in leaked group chats from a disgruntled former...
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The Left-Wing Infatuation With Taking Offense

The mob was unusually vociferous, even for Twitter. After the California-born ice skater Mirai Nagasu became the first American woman to land a triple...
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New York Times Struggles: Are Any Conservatives Fit to Print?

This week, New York Times op-ed editor Bari Weiss tweeted out congratulations to U.S. Olympic figure skater Mirai Nagasu. The six-word tweet read, “Immigrants: They...
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Washington Post: Claim of 18 School Shootings This Year Is Wrong

On February 15, the Washington Post responded to widespread reports of “18 school shootings in 2018” and declared the claim is “horrifying” but “it...
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New York Time’s Really Weird Russiagate Story

Exclusive: The Russiagate narrative has taken a turn toward the surreal with a report in the New York Times alleging that U.S. spies paid a “shadowy...
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Deep State: Why Did Forbes Article of DOJ-FBI Abuse Disappear?

By William F. Jasper, The New American, February 15, 2018 Why did Forbes website take down a hot-trending article about one of the most talked-about Trump-related issues...
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The Media Stopped Reporting the Russia Collusion Story Because They Helped Create It

Half the country wants to know why the press won’t cover the growing scandal now implicating the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of...
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Dutch Official Admits Lying about Meeting with Putin

By Glenn Greenwald, The Intercept, February 15, 2018EVERY EMPIRE NEEDS a scary external threat, led by a singular menacing villain, to justify its massive military...
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Facebook Quality News Prioritization May Result in Bias

Although AI, machine-generated content removal in the social media news-ranking system will become a reality, a lot of decisions still will be made by...

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