Below, we offer our readers coverage and analysis of various officials and developments that influence public policies affecting science/technology. The institutions which affect science/technology developments include agencies, elected and appointed individuals, as well as outside influences such as lobbyists, contractors, and foreign entities involved research and development.

The main objective of our coverage is to reveal and expose the hidden goals of both known and unknown officials. Many times, the real objective of these individuals is to alter public policy in ways and means that have negative consequences for the very citizens who need honest representation and protection.

We believe that providing insightful and thorough examinations of the people, events, and policies of the science and technology communities will provide you with a greater understanding of The Deep State and its consequences.

Please explore the comprehensive content here and let us know your thoughts. We update our archives daily to assure our readers that they have the latest information about how The Deep State impacts science and technology. Thank you!


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Does the West Have the Courage to Survive?

“If you’re … pathetically weak, the country is going to be overrun with millions of people, and if you’re strong, then you don’t have...
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Obama to Cyber Chief: Stand Down against Russian Cyberattacks (w/video)

By Andrew Kugle, Washington Free Beacon, June 22, 2018Former Obama administration National Security Council cybersecurity coordinator Michael Daniel confirmed on Wednesday that a "stand down" order...
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On Climate and China, Liberals Blinded by Anti-Trump Smog

Two very different news items on climate change have emerged in recent weeks, one a source of pessimism, the other a source of optimism.First,...
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Who Benefits from Harvard’s Asian Quota?

The lawsuit alleging anti-Asian discrimination in Harvard admissions has unearthed some fascinating numbers. As we learned last week, Harvard’s own internal review found that...
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Your Phone Is Listening and It’s Not Paranoia

By Sam Nichols   Vice   June 17, 2018A couple years ago, something strange happened. A friend and I were sitting at a bar, iPhones in...
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How Harvard Defends Its Racially Discriminatory Admissions Process

According to Harvard, Asian Americans are too nerdy in their focus on grades and test scores. That’s my take, anyway, on how the school...
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Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, And Google Let Hate Profiteers Police Your Accounts

Amazon is the latest major tech company to reveal it relies upon the Southern Poverty Law Center to police social and financial transactions on...
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Sonic Attacks on American Diplomats: Real or Fake?

WASHINGTON - Something mysterious and disturbing has happened to US State Department personnel, first in Cuba and now in China.Strange high-pitched sounds - "buzzing",...
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New US Supercomputer Beats China’s Fastest as World’s Most Powerful

By Martin Giles   June 9, 2018Summit is a stepping stone toward a world of exascale computing.The winner: The US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge...

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