“While a small number of children cannot be vaccinated due to an underlying medical condition, we believe there should be no such thing as a philosophical or personal-belief exemption, since everyone uses public spaces,” Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne… Read More ›
Senator Dianne Feinstein claims eavesdropping on phone callls is not surveillance, nor is it protected under the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits unreasonable searches.
‘No phone call, no Internet transaction, isn’t recorded by the NSA’: Edward Snowden fires back at U.S. government surveillance denials Senator Dianne Feinstein claimed that the NSA’s phone-tracking is benign Whistle-blower Snowden said in a statement that it is pervasive… Read More ›
NSA-friendly cyber-slurp law CISPA back on the table with new Senate bill
Unsurprisingly with spooks’ full support By Iain Thomson Posted in Law, 22nd October 2013 19:33 GMT The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), which allows private companies to share customer information with the NSA and others in the… Read More ›
NSA officers ‘spy on love interests’
The spying has been given the codename ‘LOVEINT’ LOVEINT has been going on for at least the past decade This revelation is the latest in a summer of disclosures about how far the US government spy program reaches By Ryan… Read More ›
Condemnation, confusion and silence over Al-Qaeda conference call leaks
Posted By Josh Peterson On 10:33 PM 08/08/2013 In Politics | No Comments The Obama administration’s intelligence leaks about how the U.S. discovered an imminent al-Qaeda plot have drawn mixed reactions of silence and concern from top members of Congress’… Read More ›
NSA’s ‘Homeland’ includes Canada, Greenland, Mexico, Central America
Posted By Josh Peterson On 7:15 PM 08/02/2013 In Politics Americans now have responsibility for a bunch of new places they can’t find on a map. It turns out that the National Security Agency considers Canada, Greenland, Mexico and parts of… Read More ›
For Congress, ‘it’s classified’ is new equivalent of ‘none of your business’
McClatchy Washington Bureau Posted on Tue, Jul. 30, 2013 By Ali Watkins | McClatchy Washington Bureau last updated: July 30, 2013 05:12:33 PM WASHINGTON — ] The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence reportedly gave its approval last week to an… Read More ›
Commercial organic farms have better fruit and soil, lower environmental impact: ozone-depleting methyl bromide, which is slated to be replaced by the highly toxic methyl iodide over the protests of health advocates and more than 50 Nobel laureates and members of the National Academy of Sciences.
2010 report posted for filing Contact: John Reganold firstname.lastname@example.org 509-335-8856 Washington State University Study finds commercial organic farms have better fruit and soil, lower environmental impact Research team compared fields and fruits in heart of nation’s strawberry patch … Read More ›
Added 4 Categories Benghazi – Petraeus- EU Erosion – Quantum Science
As stated above… Will be removing some redundant categories. Added an Archive page, that just displays the last 60 titles for rapid reveiew. https://engineeringevil.com/last-60-posts/ Now with the added categories…It makes it easier to see how certain events unfold. Still looking… Read More ›
Dianne Feinstein threatens to subpoena former CIA director after he pulls out of appointment to give evidence about Benghazi attack
Top Democrat warns Petraeus could face subpoena to force him to give evidence about Benghazi to Senate after he cancels testimony following resignation Dianne Feinstein threatens to subpoena former CIA director after he pulls out of appointment to give evidence… Read More ›
Eric Holder ‘knew of David Petraeus affair’ for months but kept it secret until the day of the American election?
The crisis over General David Petraeus’s resignation reached President Barack Obama’s cabinet for the first time on Monday as it was alleged that the US attorney general knew about the affair for months but kept it secret until the day… Read More ›