Prominent human rights advocate and councilwoman Marielle Franco was fatally shot while in her car by unknown assailants.
Libby Schaaf, Oakland’s Democratic Mayor, first gained national notoriety last January, after publicly vowing that she was willing to go […]
This afternoon, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence announced that its’ investigation into Russia active measures targeting the 2016 […]
On Tuesday, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), Chairman of the […]
The public must reconfigure the way it views ‘humanitarian aid,’ so that it views NGO’s in a much more skeptical light than has long been the case. If NGO’s are not critically appraised, bad actors will continue to hide atrocities beneath a veneer of charitable intent.
On Saturday, the much-anticipated Democratic rebuttal to the “Nunes” memo was finally released. As suspected, the memo contradicts some of the claims made in the majority memo, agrees with others, and completely leaves out important details.
In 2017, Mike Tolkin ran for New York City Mayor as a Democrat against incumbent Bill de Blasio. He poured his life savings – over $500,000 – and heart into the race, but was not allowed to participate in three crucial debates (two in the primary, one in the general) that would have given him the opportunity to face the incumbent.
On Friday, the much anticipated “Nunes Memo” was finally released to the general public. Disobedient Media previously reported on the push to prevent the memo from being released. While there is much contained in the four pages, the most glaring issue contained in the memo is the FBI’s willful concealment of pertinent details of which they were required by law to turn over to the FISA court when seeking the initial surveillance warrant on Carter Page, a former volunteer foreign policy adviser for the Trump campaign.
According to a recent report by the Washington Examiner, President Trump will declassify the controversial four-page memo that reportedly details […]
This afternoon, the House Intelligence Committee voted to approve the release of the much-anticipated memo, authored by Congressman Devin Nunes (R-CA).
On Friday, Mark Lambert, former co-president of Maryland-based shipping company Transport Logistics International (TLI), was charged in an 11-count indictment. The charges include of one count of conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and to commit wire fraud, seven counts of violating the FCPA, two counts of wire fraud and one count of international promotion money laundering.