November 19, 2017

Data: 30 Percent of All Foreign Nationals with ‘Diversity Visa’ Came from Terror-Sponsored Nations

WASHINGTON, DC — Roughly 30 percent of all foreign nationals who have entered the United States through the Diversity Visa Lottery program in the last five years came from terrorist-sponsored nations, new data reveals. Research conducted by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) shows the enormity of the Diversity Visa Lottery program, where the U.S. […]

Declassified Memos Show FBI Illegally Shared Spy Data On Americans With Private Parties

WATCH: Circa’s Sara Carter explains the extensive nature in which raw intelligence was shared by the FBI. The FBI has illegally shared raw intelligence about Americans with unauthorized third parties and violated other constitutional privacy protections, according to newly declassified government documents that undercut the bureau’s public assurances about how carefully it handles warrantless spy […]

Mystery Surrounds Obama’s Mass Clemencies…Revealed: PC Gov’t Data Collection, Reporting Hides Key Info, Keeps Americans Vulnerable…

The Department of Justice should keep the public informed about the results of former President Barack Obama’s decision to grant early releases to 1,715 convicts, says a former federal prosecutor. “What [Attorney General Jeff] Sessions Justice Department needs to do now is track the hundreds of fellows who got these pardons and commutations,” said former […]

Some interesting audience data from Trump’s speech to Congress

Recently, President Trump delivered his first speech addressing all of Congress.  It was met with applause, boos, praise, and criticism from both sides of the aisle, and notably included the instantly famous moment when the president gave a tribute to fallen Navy SEAL Ryan Owens. Let’s start with the raw numbers. According to a CNN/ORC […]

Leaked FBI Data Reveal 7,700 Terrorist Encounters in USA in One Year; Border States Most Targeted

Leaked documents with sensitive FBI data exclusively obtained by Breitbart Texas reveal that 7,712 terrorist encounters occurred within the United States in one year and that many of those encounters occurred near the U.S.-Mexico border. The incidents are characterized as “Known or Suspected Terrorist Encounters.” Some of the encounters occurred near the U.S.-Mexico border at […]

Exclusive Data Analysis: Hillary Clinton First Candidate in Era with Less Primary Votes than First Run

The 2016 Democratic nominee is the first major party candidate for president in the current era of primaries and caucuses to earn fewer votes in their run for the White House than in a previous campaign. Hillary R. Clinton, who was nominated by the Democrats at their national convention in Philadelphia Tuesday, received 916,870 fewer […]

New data reveals STUNNING truth about Trump’s supporters…

Liberals and their media would want you to believe that presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump has no chance of earning a single Latino vote. Even when numbers suggest otherwise — for example, when Trump claimed a win in Nevada with 46 percent of the Hispanic vote — then suddenly, critics cite small sample size to […]

White House Making Up Iran Data?

Colin Kahl, Vice President Joseph Biden’s National Security Advisor, reportedly told a conference at the RAND Corporation that the $100 billion released to Iran under the terms of the Comprehensive Joint Plan of Action (JCPOA) were “being used for domestic investment, to the dismay of [Qods Force chief] Qassem Soleimani.” Really? It would be useful […]

Summary of Psychosocial Manipulation in the Common Core Standards, Aligned Tests , Curriculum , and Data Collection Systems

The issue of teaching, testing and collecting data on psychological attitudes, values and beliefs is extremely serious and a major concern to parents, citizens, and experts. Despite promises by proponents that the Common Core Standards are “academic” and “rigorous,” documentation from the U.S. Department of Education, the National School Boards Association, The American School Counselors […]

House Votes to End the Government’s Bulk Collection of Americans’ Phone Data

The House took a big step Wednesday toward ending the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of phone data, by passing legislation to stop this practice. The vote happened nearly two years after Edward Snowden famously disclosed the NSA’s operation, a move that forced him to flee the country, but also forced the United States to […]

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