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ClandesTime 190 – Karl Rove and the Cultural Impact of 9/11

In the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, President Bush’s chief spin doctor and senior advisor Karl Rove enlisted Hollywood’s help in selling the War on Terror.

The Rebooted Designated Survivor: Sponsored by the CIA?

The soft reboot of the political drama Designated Survivor recently dropped on Netflix and in spite of Kiefer Sutherland making the least convincing president since Sarah Palin it is a considerable improvement on the first two seasons.

Activists to Presidential Candidates: US Democracy Is Broken, Fix It!

Reading Time: 4 minutesSounding the alarm on an eroding US democracy, a coalition of more than 100 good-governance, civil rights, and other groups is urging all presidential candidates and President Donald Trump to make democracy reform a priority on the campaign trail and when in office.

Why the Pentagon Rejected Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

In early 1977 the producers of Attack of the Killer Tomatoes approached the Pentagon about filming a couple of brief scenes at National Guard armories.  Even though the National Guard Public Affairs staff thought it was a fun film and were happy to h

The Real Truth Behind Kanye West and Donald Trump

In this video, we give you the latest breaking news on the real truth behind Kanye West and Donald Trump meeting at the White House today.Newsletter signup .The post

How Trump’s Main Enemies Are Actually Helping Him

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on Omarosa&;s tell all book &;Unhinged&;, with her secret recordings inside the White House as she was fired by John Kelly and phoned by Donald Trump.

Trump’s Movie Trailer for Kim Summit Exposes Hypocrisy of Entertainment Propaganda - Spy Culture

The entertainment highlight of the Trump-Kim negotiations is, undoubtedly, the fake movie trailer the White House showed to North Korean officials and displayed before Trump's press conference in Singapore.

The Decline of Leaking – Tom Secker on PPR - Spy Culture

Once more I joined Pearse Redmond on Porkins Policy Radio to discuss recent developments: The Reality Winner NSA leak story, Chelsea Manning and Dennis Rodman's latest trip to North Korea to visit his good friend Kim Jong-un.(

‘Keep to the Reduced Silhouette Path’ – CIA on Request for Film Production Assistance - Spy Culture

In 1981 White House aide Joe Holmes contacted the CIA as part of his scheme to encourage the production of 'pro-hero' movies and TV series. A Hollywood studio wanted CIA assistance for a spy film but CIA Director Bill Casey refused the request.

WATCH: Protests Emerge Across The U.S. Against Syria Airstrikes

Thousands took to the streets to protest against the U.S. airstrikes against Syria yesterday. Protesters from all across the country made it clear that they will not stand for U.S. aggression in Syria, in a direct clash with the recent actions ordered by the Trump administration.

Trump’s Deputy Assistant Calls Watergate a ‘Kindergarten Spat’ Compared to Susan Rice Scandal

President Donald Trump’s deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka has called Watergate “a little spat in the sandbox in the kindergarten,” compared to Susan Rice’s unmasking of Trump campaign officials. Gorka also stated that with all the strange circumstances leading up to the information being unmasked, and some ultimately leaked, that there is “not just smoke,” but actual fire.

Classic WhoWhatWhy: Police State Gears Up

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If you’re a small town or perhaps a university security department, the US Department of Defense has got a deal for you!

White House admits drone campaign against al-Qaeda in Yemen and Somalia for first time

Officials confirmed in the White House's semi-annual report to Congress on the state of US combat operations abroad that "direct action" was being taken against terrorists in the two countries. The report, which described the Yemen-based al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) as "the most active and dangerous affiliate of al-Qaeda today", comes amid fury among Republicans over alleged national security leaks to the media by the Obama White House.

Judge saves Americans from Obama's NDAA

Thursday marked another victory against the battle on the National Defense Authorization Act. District Judge Katherine Forrest not only sided with the plaintiffs suing the Obama administration, but with every American. Section 1021 of the act, which allows for the military to indefinitely detain Americans at home and abroad without due process has been met with heavy criticism causing the group of individuals to file the lawsuit.