Category - Politics

ISIS claims hack that allegedly reveals military and government employee personal data

ISIS Hackers

The Islamic State posted that they have hacked government computers to reveal the personal information for US “targets” – people who work with the US military or US government that the terrorist organization wants attacked by domestic agents or affiliates.¬†However, many are questioning whether the list is accurate or even real at all and whether or not it came through sophisticated hacking or other means. Read More

LA is ‘Berning’ for Sanders

Bernie Sanders LA Rally

There are few 73-year-olds who can draw the kind of attention that Bernie Sanders is bringing to himself. After 28,000 people came to hear him speak in Portland, his campaign for the Democratic nomination for President nearly achieved the same level when 27,500 people attended his gathering at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. Many were forced to watch from a large television screen outside of the arena. Read More

Iran deal faces more obstacles from Democrats

Chuck Schumer

Between the Republicans, the Israelis, and a good chunk of the United States population, President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry have their work cut out for them to get the Iran deal sold and delivered. The last place where they want or even expect opposition is from Democrats in the House of Representatives and the Senate, but that’s exactly where the latest batch of naysayers reside. Read More

Truth Revolt says Iran deal will lead to terrorism and the bomb

Benjamin Netanyahu Angry

While the conservative side of the worldwide political machine has been railing against the United Nations’ deal with Iran to lift sanctions in exchange for curtailing their nuclear weapons program, those on the other side of the fence have been fighting the notion that it’s a bad deal. The number of people supporting it seems to be dwindling, however, and conservative publication Truth Revolt has levied some of the harshest rebukes of the deal. Read More

Greek ‘plan B’ gets former finance minister in hot water

Yanis Varoufakis

Before the Greek government agreed to their creditors’ demands, there were plans in the works to switch the currency exchange from the euro in a “flick of a button.” The man with his finger on the button, former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, is awaiting treason charges despite claims that his plan was approved by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Read More