Julie Kelly joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss how the latest accusations against Brett Kavanaugh are not helpful for the Democrats or women.
The declassification order includes the Carter Page spy warrant, FBI notes on Page and Bruce Ohr, and texts from James Comey and others at the FBI and Justice Department.
An FBI agent reportedly told Congress behind closed doors the feds used the stories to justify spying on the Trump campaign.
Should Ohr show up ready to talk, House oversight committee chairman Trey Gowdy and his fellow members of Congress should get answers to these questions Tuesday.
To say that George Papadopoulos’ lies (or inaccurate memory of the events, as his wife puts it) prevented the FBI from questioning, detaining, or arresting Joseph Mifsud is unbelievable.
What began as a deep-dive into the Trump Tower meeting unearthed yet further proof of the DOJ and FBI’s abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi host this episode of Federalist Radio to discuss the debatable definition of collusion and the legal problem with it.
If James Comey, who signed the FISA application, couldn’t figure out who funded the dossier, how could a judge?
New facts indicate Obama administration officials and career FBI and DOJ employees misled the FISA court in more ways than previous thought.
The information Christopher Steele was providing so perfectly fit into a narrative of conspiracy that it was impossible to ignore, and almost too good to check.
More big details will likely come from twin U.S. libel lawsuits on a Democrat-funded opposition research dossier from a former British spy used to authorize spying on a U.S. citizen.
Newly revealed text messages show that Peter Strzok and Lisa Page colluded to secretly meet with the FISA judge who was recused from Michael Flynn’s case.
It seems Nellie Ohr was well aware the National Security Agency can intercept and store every communication on the Internet. Did that affect her decision to become a ham radio operator?
‘Those of us in the field were constantly working against the clock … while the bureaucrats in Washington took their sweet time reviewing our handiwork.’
Democrats’ memo destroys only straw-men unassociated with the proceedings, and confirms the use of raw intelligence to argue an American citizen committed treason.
The paradox of freedom has always been to create a government strong enough to defend the people against their foreign enemies, but not so strong that it becomes an oppressor itself.
A former FBI agent who served as one of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s top intelligence committee staffers is rumored to be the man currently directing efforts to defend an unverified dossier peddled by Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele.
The Trump dossier allegations came from unnamed Russian sources — not Christopher Steele or other known informants. That’s a big problem.
The Russia and FBI probes lure political partisans with the prospect of winning political battles by making an end run around ordinary politics.
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