Taking a Step Back

One of the biggest problems I am currently seeing from social media is the radicalization from fake news. If you have read some of my first posts on here, although strange, they dealt with confirmation bias as a whole. With the rise of the internet, it is tough to not get sucked into some form […]

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Trying to Unravel the Kian Knot.

If anyone has been following the General Flynn and Bijan Kian cases, chances are you are probably confused. Don’t worry, because I am confused as well. After General Flynn fired his old counsel of Covington and Burling and hired Sidney Powell, it seems that whatever we knew was going to happen, was thrown right out […]

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Breakdown of the Grassley Op-Ed

Today, Senator Charles Grassley released his Op-Ed for the Wall Street Journal. The main focus of the Op-Ed was the lack of enforcement of FARA violations since it’s inception. Grassley points out how since 1966, there have only been 15 FARA violations that have been prosecuted and almost half of those stemmed from the Mueller […]

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The Sting Theory

What got me into the politics surrounding Donald J. Trump actually had very little to do with the politics. I voted for him in 2016 and a lot of that was based on giving a middle finger to the establishment and I loved the energy surrounding his campaign. While I was loosely following his presidency, […]

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The Curious Case of Greg Craig

One of the more fascinating elements of the Mueller Special Council has been Mueller’s original referral of Tony Podesta, Greg Craig, and Vin Weber to the SDNY. This story first broke in August 2018 and it showed that they were originally referred back in early spring 2018. This highlights how tight lipped the Mueller SC […]

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