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Putin’s Time of Troubles?

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The Sater Saga Continues…

Once again: Who is Felix Sater? American hero? Russian-American Mobster? American Spy? Russian Intelligence Asset? Coming Soon to the Big Screen? All the Above? Felix Sater is now in LA and once again making headlines here, here and here. The BuzzFeed piece … Continue reading

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Maybe President Trump and AG Sessions Should Interview Mueller & Gang First?

The unmentioned issue in all the speculation about a possible Mueller interview of President Trump concerning “whatever” the Special Counsel is supposed to be investigating, is Felix Sater’s relationship with Mueller, Weissmann other various former Obama officials, and then the … Continue reading

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Take Our Movie Stars, Please!

  “Chinese companies poured record amounts of capital into Hollywood in 2016 — a trend eagerly embraced by the U.S. film industry. Among the deals: Dalian Wanda Group acquired Legendary Entertainment for $3.5 billion and Dick Clark Productions for $1 … Continue reading

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Monolithic Intelligence Communities?

Both the Trump Camp and critics are operating and tweeting based on a false premise that the IC, in fact any IC, is a monolithic entity. Divisions, cliques, cabals, bridge clubs, whatever, the American IC is no more  monolithic than … Continue reading

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Deja Vu All Over Again: Woolsey has resigned! Next Ex-Director on Deck: The ‘Deutch Treat’?

It’s a shame that Woolsey resigned as an advisor to the transition team, he would have been a valuable asset for the incoming Administration. Will Trump now follow Clinton down the rabbit hole of DC insider advisors and now take … Continue reading

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From St Bart’s to the White House

The Grazing Habits of Hollywood’s Lemmings  

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