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Bluegrass: Frank D. Ray, Hillsboro, Mo., “False Hearted Love”; James Woolsey, Petersburg, Ind., “Lights of Home”; Vickie Austin, Fall Branch, Tenn., “Can't Hold On To Much”. Gospel/Inspirational: Andy Owens, Boone, “The Truth of Love”; Beth Lee, Black Mountain, “Sacred Song”; Bob Hight, Greensboro, ...
Late last year, R. James Woolsey and Brian Fox wrote an op-ed piece about the security benefits of open sourcing election software. Woolsey is a former director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Fox is the creator of several open source components, including the GNU Bash shell, and a board member of ...

Former U.S. Director of Central Intelligence James Woolsey said that if we strike Syria, it should be more than just a "slap on the wrist." On Thursday, President Trump questioned striking Syria after an alleged chemical attack last week. (April 12). Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/ ...
Similarly, former head of the CIA James Woolsey and others have warned of the electromagnetic pulse threat from North Korea for decades, just as Iran reportedly endorsed the idea of using an EMP against the United States in 2015. Sadly, having continuously assumed that a successful, wide-scale attack ...
Cato's Chairman, William Niskanen, came forward with one of the earliest arguments against war with Iraq, in December 2001, in a debate at the institute with former CIA Director James Woolsey, and in a follow-up article in the Chicago Sun-Times under the headline “U.S. Should Refrain from Attacking Iraq ...
On Tuesday, homeland security advisor and Former CIA Director James Woolsey commented on the appointment of CIA Director Mike Pompeo to U.S. secretary of state, which was made known earlier that day. “He is a very able individual,” Mr. Woolsey said. “A candid man who is clear about what he ...

Former CIA Director James Woolsey recently admitted the U.S. meddles in overseas elections. During an interview with Laura Ingraham on Fox News, Woolsey laughed about it and said the U.S. takes such action “only for a very good cause.” Woolsey made the comments shortly after 13 Russians were ...
When Mueller indicted a few obscure Russians, I thought that the witch-hunting expedition might end. That was too much to hope for. Instead, Mueller, absent any Republicans among his investigators, plods on in the never-ending effort to impeach Trump. For no other reason than “progressives” hate him.
James Woolsey, a hardline neoconservative who led the CIA in the 1990s, insisted in an interview on Fox News that when the U.S. meddles in foreign countries' politics, it is "only for a ... JAMES WOOLSEY: Oh probably, but it was for the good of the system, in order to avoid the communists from taking over.
James Woolsey, a hardline neoconservative who led the CIA in the 1990s, insisted in an interview on Fox News that when the U.S. meddles in foreign countries' politics, it is "only for a ... JAMES WOOLSEY: Oh probably, but it was for the good of the system, in order to avoid the communists from taking over.
According to the indictment by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Russian trolls, operating out of St. Petersburg, took American identities on social media and became players in our 2016 election. On divisive racial and religious issues, the trolls took both sides. In the presidential election, the trolls favored ...
James Risen and Glenn Greenwald have both won Pulitzer Prizes. They both have found themselves in the crosshairs of the U.S. government for their journalism. And they both write for The Intercept. But Jim and Glenn have taken very different approaches to covering the Trump/Russia story. This week on ...
During a Friday appearance on Fox News, former CIA chief James Woolsey shared a laugh with host Laura Ingraham over the United States' history of interfering in elections throughout the world. The two yukked it up after Ingraham asked Woolsey to confirm that the United States does not "mess around in ...
The United States "do it too," writes Scott Shane, and mentions Serbia and the overthrowing of President Slobodan Milosevic as one example. "Millions of pamphlets, posters and stickers printed to defeat an incumbent in Serbia," along with "bags of cash delivered to a Rome hotel for favored Italian ...
When asked whether the U.S. interferes in other countries' elections, James Woolsey said, “Well, only for a very good cause in the interests of democracy." “Oh, probably, but it was for the good of the system in order to avoid communists taking over,” he told Laura Ingraham on her Fox News show on Friday ...
By R. James Woolsey and Brent Turner on February 14, 2018 1:00 am. At first glance, a citizen or “expert” might be persuaded that the way to provide adequate security surrounding the current U.S. election systems is to make sure the systems utilize paper ballots. This is certainly a good idea, but only one piece of the ...
A key witness in the special counsel probe ate dinner with President Donald Trump over the weekend at Mar-A-Lago. James Woolsey, the former CIA director and board member at Mike Flynn's lobbying firm, took part in a “lengthy conversation” Saturday with the president, reported Business Insider.

Former CIA Director James Woolsey dined with President Donald Trump last weekend at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida — where, a report said, they had a "lengthy conversation" at the main dining table surrounded by several of Trump's friends, associates, and political allies. A tipster ...
WASHINGTON — Former CIA Director James Woolsey has been interviewed by FBI agents working for Special Counsel Robert Mueller about allegations that ... Former CIA Director R. James Woolsey testifies before a state legislative committee on the legalization of growing hemp at the Capitol Annex in ...
Former CIA director James Woolsey pitched a $10 million contract to two Turkish businessmen to help discredit a controversial U.S.-based cleric while Woolsey was an adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump's election campaign, three people familiar with the proposal said. Just eight days after formally ...
Flynn appeared as part of the center's “Chairman's Circle Lecture Series,” to which admission costs $10,000, according to a document Shaffer also posted. Other speakers in the series include former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former Sen. Joe Lieberman, former CIA Director James Woolsey and ...
Former CIA chief James Woolsey was asked last month on Fox News whether the U.S. government was continuing to meddle and “mess around in other people's elections?" Woolsey replied with a smile and said: "Only for a very good cause. In the interests of democracy." Obviously, democracy is ill-served ...
His first director of the CIA, James Woolsey, was left out of major decisions – so much so that when a deranged pilot flew a small plane into the White House, people joked that it was Woolsey trying to get a meeting with the president. Bad relations between a president and the CIA can have disastrous ...
This is the message that James Woolsey, who served as director of the CIA during President Bill Clinton's first term, has seemingly put forth in his recent interview on Fox News. Among the year's top news stories has been the announcement that a handful of Russian nationals will face indictment for their ...
In the course of that work, Flynn suddenly espoused views of the Turkish government diametrically opposed to what he'd previously said, and, according to former CIA Director and Trump adviser James Woolsey, discussed a plan to kidnap the Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen from exile in the United States ...
25, 2017, event in the basement of the U.S. Capitol, Room HC 8, was ostensibly a panel discussion, organized by former member of Congress and current lobbyist Connie Mack and featuring former CIA Director James Woolsey and Taruta. The purpose of the fake hearing was to review allegations of ...
James Woolsey, a hardline neoconservative who led the CIA in the 1990s, insisted in an interview on Fox News that when the U.S. meddles in foreign countries' politics, it is "only for a ... JAMES WOOLSEY: Oh probably, but it was for the good of the system, in order to avoid the communists from taking over.
According to the indictment by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Russian trolls, operating out of St. Petersburg, took American identities on social media and became players in our 2016 election. On divisive racial and religious issues, the trolls took both sides. In the presidential election, the trolls favored ...
Finian Cunningham (born 1963) has written extensively on international affairs, with articles published in several languages. Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, he is a Master's graduate in Agricultural Chemistry and worked as a scientific editor for the Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, England, ...
The United States "do it too," writes Scott Shane, and mentions Serbia and the overthrowing of President Slobodan Milosevic as one example. "Millions of pamphlets, posters and stickers printed to defeat an incumbent in Serbia," along with "bags of cash delivered to a Rome hotel for favored Italian ...
When asked whether the US meddles in the elections of other nations, ex-CIA director James Woolsey said "probably," and added, "only for a very good cause in the interests of democracy." "Oh, probably, but it was for the good of the system in order to avoid communists taking over," Woolsey, who served ...
When asked whether the U.S. interferes in other countries' elections, James Woolsey said, “Well, only for a very good cause in the interests of democracy." “Oh, probably, but it was for the good of the system in order to avoid communists taking over,” he told Laura Ingraham on her Fox News show on Friday ...
Former CIA director James Woolsey told CNN Wednesday that it was possible the showdown could be defused by making redactions to the document. The memo, however, has become such a political cause celebrate among conservatives that it would be extraordinarily difficult politically for Trump to back ...
After sufficient pressure, however, the director of the CIA, James Woolsey, began releasing records of the CIA's involvement in UFO investigations, including the Air Force's projects to research UFO sightings (Project SAUCER and Project SIGN). These investigations were conducted in spite of the official ...
However, in 1993, the year Clinton was inaugurated, and as pressure was mounting on the CIA to confirm that it had followed UFO stories, Director of Central Intelligence James Woolsey “ordered another review of all Agency files on UFOs. Using CIA records compiled from that review, the study he ordered ...
... addressed a sold-out audience in October 2017. The institute's first event featured Gen. Colin Powell. Biden recently toured the region, discussing his memoir, “Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose.” Upcoming events at the Global Institute include Former CIA Director James Woolsey ...
... addressed a sold-out audience in October 2017. The institute's first event featured Gen. Colin Powell. Biden recently toured the region, discussing his memoir, “Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose.” Upcoming events at the Global Institute include Former CIA Director James Woolsey ...
In late 2002, Michael Ledeen joined Morris Amitay, vice-president of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs; ex-CIA head James Woolsey; former Reagan administration official Frank Gaffney; former senator Paul Simon; and oil consultant Rob Sobhani to set up a group called the Coalition for ...
1994 -- James Woolsey, the director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, makes a secret visit to Seoul for talks with South Korean President Kim Young-sam on ways to prevent North Korea's development of nuclear weapons. 2004 -- North Korea proposes an inter-Korean meeting to discuss ways of ...
Survived by her sister, LaRue (Lloyd) Taylor; granddaughters, Tonya (James) Woolsey, Kim (Curt) Gehrke; great-grandchildren, Bronzen (Crystal) Woolsey, Brock (Candace) Woolsey, Kajli Gehrke; great-goddaughter, Rachael (Garrett) Trahan; great-great-grandchildren, Bella, Ruby, Cambria, Damian, ...
SPRINGFIELD - Forty years after the founding of the Springfield Armory National Historic Site on the campus the Springfield Technical Community College, the property finally has sole possession of its collection of historic weapons. As part of a formal agreement between the National Parks Service and the ...
Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army Gerald O'Keefe, National Parks Service Superintendent James Woolsey and Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno are expected to attend. The Springfield Armory was founded by George Washington and served as a manufacturing center for U.S. military ...
Craig Gralley spent more than 30 years at the CIA, where he worked as a chief speechwriter for three agency directors: William Webster, Robert Gates, and R. James Woolsey Jr. When Gralley, now 62, retired from Langley in 2013, he began writing in the voice of someone quite different: legendary World ...
Ambassador James Woolsey, a former CIA director under President Bill Clinton, has put Fox and their host Lou Dobbs “on notice” amid the network's continued attempts to discredit special counsel Robert Mueller and undermine his Russia investigation. In a statement provided to Raw Story, Woolsey's ...
James Woolsey, the former CIA director who has been cooperating with the special counsel Robert Mueller, had a "lengthy conversation" with President Donald Trump over dinner last weekend at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. Woolsey, who served on the board of Michael Flynn's lobbying firm, Flynn Intel ...
A key witness in the special counsel probe ate dinner with President Donald Trump over the weekend at Mar-A-Lago. James Woolsey, the former CIA director and board member at Mike Flynn's lobbying firm, took part in a “lengthy conversation” Saturday with the president, reported Business Insider.
WASHINGTON — Former CIA Director James Woolsey has been interviewed by FBI agents working for Special Counsel Robert Mueller about allegations that Mike Flynn discussed the potentially illegal removal of a Turkish cleric from the U.S., Woolsey's spokesman told NBC News. "Ambassador Woolsey ...
Former CIA director James Woolsey pitched a $10 million contract to two Turkish businessmen to help discredit a controversial U.S.-based cleric while Woolsey was an adviser to U.S. President Donald Trumps election campaign, three people familiar with the proposal said. Just eight days after formally ...
Former CIA Director James Woolsey said on Wednesday that President Trump has not reached the level of foolishness that former President George W. Bush reached when he said he looked into Russian President Vladimir Putin's eyes and got a sense of his "soul." Woolsey made the comment while ...
JAMES WOOLSEY, FMR. CIA DIRECTOR: I don't know whether it was him or whether it would have been somebody else in the incoming administration. But I don't see anything untoward about having a back channel communications as long as you're doing it accurately and within the confines essentially ...


 

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