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One Reader Tried To Get A Transcript Of What Obama Said To Yellen; This Is What The Fed Replied





One reader tried to get to the bottom of what was said during the Yellen-Obama meeting asking for the minutes from said meeting. Whe Fed's response: "we don't keep those."

 
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One Man Asks Why Was Tritium Found At 9/11 Ground Zero





Dr. Ed Ward has documented what he believes is strong evidence suggesting that up to three thermonuclear devices were detonated at the World Trade Center site on 9/11.

 
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Dear Dallas Fed, Any Comment?





"In September, regulators from the OCC, the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. met with dozens of energy bankers at Wells Fargo’s office in Houston...  Regulators pushed lenders to focus instead on a borrower’s ability to make enough money to repay the loan, according to the person familiar with the discussions."

 
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Noose Tightens On Clinton As Second Federal Judge Grants Discovery In E-Mail Fiasco





In the latest developments from the never-ending Hillary Clinton e-mail saga, a second federal judge will allow Judicial Watch to seek sworn testimony from officials. "Where there is evidence of government wrong-doing and bad faith, as here, limited discovery is appropriate, even though it is exceedingly rare in FOIA cases," U.S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth said, in an order entered on Tuesday.

 
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With Hillary Clinton's Email Lies Unravelling, 147 FBI Agents Are On Her Heels





“We [now] know why Hillary Clinton falsely suggests she didn’t use clintonemail.com account prior to March, 18, 2009 — because she didn’t want Americans to know about her February 13, 2009, email that shows that she knew her Blackberry and email use was not secure.”

 
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Obama Administration Sets Record In Lack Of Transparency: Denies Information In 77% Of FOIA Requests





The Obama administration set a record for the number of times its federal employees told disappointed citizens, journalists and others that despite searching they couldn’t find a single page requested under the Freedom of Information Act. In more than one in six cases, or 129,825 times, government searchers said they came up empty-handed last year. Such cases contributed to an alarming measurement: People who asked for records under the law received censored files or nothing in 77 percent of requests, also a record. In the first full year after President Barack Obama’s election, that figure was only 65 percent of cases. The new data represents the final figures on the subject that will be released during Obama’s presidency. Obama has said his administration is the most transparent ever.

 
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Missing Clinton E-Mail Claims Saudis Financed Benghazi Attacks





Something that has gone unnoticed in all the talk about the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s e-mails is the content of the original leak that started the entire investigation to begin with.

 
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It Was True After All: The Government Is "Breathing Down The Neck Of Banks To Limit Their Energy Exposure"





As it turns out what we reported about the Dallas Fed was spot on after all: "The OCC is breathing down the neck of the large commercial banks to limit their energy exposure."

 
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America's Corrupt Media – How Reporters Took Direct Orders From Hillary's Staff





"A newspaper is a device for making the ignorant more ignorant and the crazy crazier." If you really want to know how weak Hillary Clinton is as a candidate, you merely have to appreciate that the U.S. media essentially acts as her own personal PR firm, yet the public still recognizes her as a dishonest crook. Brace yourself for the following story, it’s huge.

 
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Dallas Fed "Responds" To Zero Hedge FOIA Request





Two weeks ago we, in collaboration with several readers, requested an official response from the Fed through a Freedom Of Information Act submission. Surely if the Fed would go so far as to call us liars, it would have no problem either responding or providing the required information. This is what we got back.

 
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The US Government Has An Internet Killswitch - And It's None Of Your Business





On Monday the Supreme Court declined to hear a petition from the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) that sought to force the Department of Homeland Security to release details of a secret “killswitch” protocol to shut down cellphone and internet service during emergencies.

 
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