June, 2015

 

Bill Clinton decimated the CIA, Pulitzer winner James Risen, NewsMax April 20, 2006, Clinton administration began slashing intelligence budget in search of a peace dividend and Bill Clinton showed almost no interest in intelligence matters

CIA

Bill Clinton decimated the CIA, Pulitzer winner James Risen, NewsMax April 20, 2006, Clinton administration began slashing intelligence budget in search of a peace dividend and Bill Clinton showed almost no interest in intelligence matters   The following article can no longer be found at NewsMax. Apparently their archives only go back to 2007. Since it was scrubbed it is presented in it’s entirety. From NewsMax  April 20, 2006. “Pulitzer Winner: Bill Clinton Decimated the CIA Author James Risen won the Pulitzer Prize on Tuesday for his much ballyhooed NewRead More


CIA Sources Clinton Administration didn’t want’ Bin Laden arrested, Newsmax November 1, 2001, Two US intelligence officials, Deliberate effort to let bin Laden escape from the Sudan to Afghanistan

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CIA Sources Clinton Administration didn’t want’ Bin Laden arrested, Newsmax November 1, 2001, Two US intelligence officials, Deliberate effort to let bin Laden escape from the Sudan to Afghanistan   The following article can no longer be found at NewsMax. Apparently their archives only go back to 2007. Since it was scrubbed it is presented in it’s entirety. From NewsMax November 1, 2001. “CIA Sources: Clinton Administration ‘Didn’t Want’ Bin Laden Arrested A U.S. intelligence official, speaking on condition of anonymity, this week called the Clinton administration’s decision to passRead More


Top level domains replacing .com dot coms?, Donuts domain registry applied for 307 top-level domains, ICANN started the application program in 2012

DotComs

Top level domains replacing .com dot coms?, Donuts domain registry applied for 307 top-level domains, ICANN started the application program in 2012   From Market Watch June 3, 2015. “Is the dot-com era coming to an end?” “In the future, the familiar dot-com domains on the Internet may be as outdated as today’s Myspace page. At least, that’s what Donuts, a domain registry company, is banking on. “We believe over time that we will effectively replace dot-com,” said Richard Tindal, co-founder and chief operating officer of Donuts. Donuts spent $58Read More