Sunday, March 17, 2019


‘We Don’t Have Light’

When anti-Semitism is reduced to bitter farce

The proof we STILL live in a man's world: Phones too big for our palms, chilly offices, cars designed for male drivers - a fascinating new book reveals the little ways life really is stacked against women

Southern Poverty Law Center Fires Leader, Doesn't Say Why

Metal exposure and Parkinson's symptoms: Link explored

US warship has been quarantined at sea for TWO MONTHS due to virus outbreak

EPA Proposes Use of 650,000 Pounds of Antibiotics Per Year on Citrus Fields

Cuomo’s petty trans-rights authoritarian play

Opinion: What’s the cost of smartphone addiction?

How the Boeing 737 Max safety system differs from others

The Boeing 'safety feature' in 737 Max 8 jets that crashed after take-off: System meant to prevent stalling pushes plane's nose down during steep climbs

The C8 Corvette Is So Powerful It Keeps Bending Its Frame, Report Claims

Facebook shows off creepy VR avatars that look and move 'exactly like you' - and could soon be used to let people virtually chat with each other

The U.S. Must Get Better at Counterintelligence
See the Wall Street Journal article, below.

A Dark Night Finally Turns to Day

Jacob Wohl’s Lying Hurts Real Victims

Mueller focus shifts to Rick Gates

Top prosecutor on Mueller's team expected to leave Justice Dept. soon

How Previous Democratic Presidents Would Fare in the 2020 ‘Woke’ Primary

Why Texas Is Nearing Battleground Status (It’s Not Just About Beto)

Democrats upset over Omar seeking primary challenger

Nikki Haley Risks Turning Into Jeb! 2.0

"You must never confuse faith that you will prevail in the end – 
which you can never afford to Lose – with the discipline to confront
the most brutal facts of your current reality, whatever they might be."
        - VAdm James Stockdale, USN (1923-2005)

FROM THE WALL STREET JOURNAL (without permission)  full stories at links

The U.S. Must Get Better at Counterintelligence

The question is this: Are the 30 agents in China and 42 in Iran who were punished in recent years for secretly working with U.S. intelligence merely occasional setbacks? No.

March 13, 2019 5:13 p.m. ET
William Evanina, director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, issued an ad hominem response falsely asserting my exposé of recent counterintelligence disasters is an affront to dedicated counterintelligence personnel (“In Defense of U.S. Counterintelligence Agents,” Letters, March 4).
I stated no such thing.
Those killed and imprisoned in China and Iran are the most recent victims of a broken counterintelligence system urgently in need of reform to prevent further compromises.
Bill Gertz

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