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The U.K. government says that access to satellites and space surveillance programs will suffer in the event of a “no deal” departure from the European Union . Britain has less than six months to go before the country leaves the 28-member...

A very fortunate part of my very fortunate gig is – I get to do a lot of radio interviews. Thanks in no small part to Rush Limbaugh (re-)creating political talk radio – Marconi job opportunities have been created throughout the land.  Un...

There is a reason that James Mattis has been a respected member of both the United States military and of President Trump’s staff. He is plain spoken. As I wrote here earlier today at Red State FEAR: Bob Woodward’s New Book Says Trump Staff T...

Famed Watergate reporter, Bob Woodward, sure knows how to do a lead up to a book launch. In his new book “FEAR: Trump in the White House by Bob Woodward” there are some things that are bound to tick off President #45. Here are some sample...

With a census just two years away, the Census Bureau has a cybersecurity problem. That’s a key takeaway from the congressional watchdog, the Government Accountability Office, which oversees the government’s spending. In a new report publi...

President Donald Trump yesterday delivered on yet another campaign promise. He announced the demise of the very awful North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).  In the alternative, we now have what he is calling “The United States-Mexico Trade...

According to Crikey.com.au on 15 August 2018:In addition to its village idiot approach to undermining end-to-end encryption in new surveillance laws, the government is also seeking a blunt-force trauma approach: it wants to jail people...