Tag: government

Obama Talks Russian Hacking, Trump’s Intel Briefings [VIDEO]

President Obama sat down with Trevor Noah for Monday’s Daily Show, but he wasn’t in a joking mood when it came to Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential race. “We determined and announced in October that it was the consensus of all the intelligence agencies and law enforcement that organizations affiliated with Russian intelligence were…

Rachel Maddow And Trevor Noah Talks GOP Runners & More [VIDEO]

Trevor Noah asked Rachel Maddow some harsh questions Thursday night, that Maddow found nearly impossible to answer. โ€œIf you had to vote for one of the Republican candidates, if someone held a gun to your head because Ben Carson said (to) point it that way, who would you vote for if you had to vote…

[VIDEO] Money in Politics – GOP & Megyn Kelly Hypocrisy

Jon Stewart smacks down Megyn Kelly for hypocrisy over GOP corruption Jon Stewart exposes the GOP Hypocrisy in his segment: Friends with Benefactors EXCELLENT! Hillary Clinton comes under fire for a foreign donations corruption scandal, despite pervasive campaign finance deregulation and obscene political spending within the U.S.

Jon Stewart Presents, The Case of the Iranian Agent [VIDEO]

Former Vice President Dick Cheney reappears to make a rather ironic assertion about the legacy and burden of President Obama’s administration in “Jon Stewart Mysteries Presents, The Case of the Iranian Agent” when in fact, it was Cheney and his administration that started the mess in the middle east giving Iran more power in the…

Jon Stewart: The Chronicles of Gridlock in Washington [VIDEO]

The GOP promised action and a break in the gridlock once they took over the Senate (and House), but now the do nothing congress is worse than ever and John Boehner is still bad at his job. President Obama’s executive order on immigration reform has Republican leaders John Boehner and Mitch McConnell struggling to galvanize…

Radars Let Police See Inside Homes [VIDEO]

At least 50 U.S. law enforcement agencies have access to radar devices that enable them to see through walls to detect whether anyone is inside, a practice that was otherwise unknown to the public until it surfaced last month in a federal appeals court. The device, Range-R, has raised new legal concern over government surveillance…