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Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras sing Christmas music

By Robert Willmann Music for a Blessed Christmas http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3K5oLg-Fq4 Without ads but less video resolution– http://vimeo.com/149035819  4,972 total views,  3 views today

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CNN producer John Griffin is charged with sex crimes over a year later in an almost bare bones indictment

By Robert Willmann Last Friday, 10 December 2021, a man named John Griffin was arrested for sex crimes. News reports described him as a producer for the CNN television network, and that the court case originated in the State of … Continue reading

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Steve Bannon is charged with a crime about a subpoena from the January 6 committee. Remember when former AG Eric Holder refused to comply with a subpoena from Congress and nothing happened?

By Robert Willmann The Department of Justice has charged Steve Bannon, the architect of Donald Trump’s come from behind 2016 presidential election victory over Hillary Clinton, with a misdemeanor crime by an indictment filed on 12 November 2021. This was … Continue reading

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The Virginia Democratic Party sues the Post Office about election mail

By Robert Willmann After being sanctioned by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in June 2021 for violating the duty of candor and the court’s local rules, attorney Marc Elias left the Perkins & Coie law firm … Continue reading

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Two search warrants are disclosed in the Alec Baldwin movie set shooting case

By Robert Willmann Here are the two search warrants with supporting affidavits from the Santa Fe Magistrate Court that were issued on Friday, 22 October 2021, about the shooting by Alec Baldwin the day before on the set of the … Continue reading

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State Department F-77 reports and U.S. citizens in Afghanistan

By Robert Willmann Sitting over at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), formerly known as the General Accounting Office, is a report from October 2007 entitled: “State Department Evacuation and Preparations for Overseas Posts Can Be Improved”. The 62-page document, … Continue reading

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Biden kicks some members off the advisory boards of U.S. military academies

By Robert Willmann Administrator Joe Biden is terminating the appointments of some members of the advisory boards to the U.S. military academies by a letter dated September 8, 2021– “On behalf of President Biden, I am writing to request your … Continue reading

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10 years ago Congress tried to use the War Powers Act to leave Afghanistan

By Robert Willmann Ten years ago in March the U.S. House of Representatives voted on concurrent resolution number 28 to use the War Powers Act, technically called the War Powers Resolution, to withdraw from Afghanistan by the end of that … Continue reading

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Two events of 10 August 2021 regarding voting machines

By Robert Willmann As a coincidence theorist, I noticed two events that happened today. One is the beginning of a Cyber Symposium sponsored by Mike Lindell on the 2020 general election. The other is the filing of lawsuits by the … Continue reading

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Political prosecutions continue as Thomas Barrack is indicted for not registering as a lobbyist for a foreign country and for false statements

By Robert Willmann It is deja vu all over again. Around 1692-1693, in Salem in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, numerous people were charged with witchcraft, an accusation that was an abstraction. The situation produced the term “witch-hunt”, which remains in … Continue reading

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