Monthly Archives: August 2019

The FBI Tried and Failed to Entrap Donald Trump Using his Business Associate, Felix Sater by Larry C Johnson

I am revisiting a story I did nine months ago about Felix Sater and the Steele Dossier (you can read it here). Let me cut to the chase–Felix Sater was an FBI informant since 1998. He was originally signed on … Continue reading

Posted in Larry Johnson, Russiagate | 17 Comments

“… could save Americans $30B a year.” Podium

  "Our projections show that that low-latency, LEO satellite internet is likely to have a similar impact on average regional prices as wired, low-latency wired providers. Extrapolating this additional competitor across all US households, the introduction of LEO satellite internet … Continue reading

Posted in Science, Space | 10 Comments

The “soul” of the Space Force?

"Finally, the debate that should have begun over a year ago has now arrived in earnest. Two different visions for the future of the Space Force have recently been presented to the public. One is from the president of the … Continue reading

Posted in Space | 44 Comments

Trumps Trade War – Still Easy To Win? by Walrus.

I have stated before that free trade is a good idea that enriches all participants. I think I understand that President Trump does not agree. His latest tweetstorm on the subject seems to me to contain an element of desperation. … Continue reading

Posted in The economy, Walrus | 88 Comments

“U.S. Signals the Beginning of a New Arms Race” SF

"The Associated Press ran a brief article asserting that: “The U.S. military has conducted a flight test of a type of missile banned for more than 30 years by a treaty that both the United States and Russia abandoned this … Continue reading

Posted in government, weapons | 9 Comments

Trump’s quotidian statements seem a bit mad today.

"Key Points President Trump again lashes out at Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. He asks who is America’s “bigger enemy,” Powell or Chinese President Xi Jinping. Trump has repeatedly blamed the Fed for concerns about a slowing U.S. economy and … Continue reading

Posted in Current Affairs | 37 Comments

Fedor The Russian Robot Launches For The ISS by Walrus.

I know that NASA first put a robot into space but I am captivated by “Fedor” the Russian robot who was launched today for the ISS in his own Soyuz ship. Yes, I know I shouldn’t anthropomorphise, but I like … Continue reading

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Joseph Mifsud, British “Joe”, Not Russia’s Boy by Larry C Johnson

Joseph Mifsud, the Maltese Diplomat who reportedly told George Papadopoulos that Russia had Hillary’s emails, was a British intelligence asset (known as a “Joe” among British spies). But the Brits did not keep Mifsud for themselves. They offered him to … Continue reading

Posted in Larry Johnson, Russiagate | 16 Comments

Her father hired a hit man …

"They were young, glamorous and dreamily in love. Pranay Perumalla strode into the wedding hall in a midnight blue suit, his face lit by a grin as he clasped the hand of his bride, Amrutha Varshini. The couple draped huge … Continue reading

Posted in Justice | 43 Comments

AOC does not love Amazon, but I do.

"Real estate firm Redfin named Arlington County and Alexandria in Virginia as America’s two most competitive markets for potential home buyers. Redfin looked at markets across the country to determine the highest number of competing offers and waived contingencies, how … Continue reading

Posted in Whatever | 50 Comments