THE (REDACTED) MUELLER REPORT VOLUMES I AND II and WHY

Sorry, Congresswoman Pelosi and the rest of Congressional Demoncraps: Redaction is REQUIRED BY LAW, even for Congress. More on that after the link. In the meantime, HERE IS THE REPORT, direct from the Department of Justice itself: Robert Mueller – Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election – Volume I […]

The B Side

My Song of the Day Suggestion: Hyperactive by Thomas Dolby, originally on the market in 1984 on 7″ and 12″ vinyl. I bought the 12″ version during the summer of 1984 and played it on my high-end Technics turntable, Sure needle, Harmon Kardon receiver/amplifier, and Bose speakers. I absolutely loved the music, but could instantly […]

Update on Home Networking

802.11a was the first, coming down the initial stretch at a whopping 54 Mbps. Problem is, it was intended for commercial use, so most people bought the much cheaper 802.11b at 11 Mbps. Then came 82.11g, also at 54 Mbps, but at home user prices. This was followed by 802.11n, which bumped the bar up […]

AG Barr has FULL authority to limit Congressional viewing to a redacted copy

Barr is following the law, specifically 28 CFR § 600.8 – Notification and reports by the Special Counsel: (c)Closing documentation. At the conclusion of the Special Counsel’s work, he or she shall provide the Attorney General with a CONFIDENTIAL report explaining the prosecution or declination decisions reached by the Special Counsel. The key word, there, […]

Why Mueller’s Investigation Should Remain Classified

Senator Schumer made a second plea today to have Mueller’s report made public. Senator McConnell blocked it. You can find a detailed description of the exchange in CNN’s article. I’m glad Senator McConnell blocked it. That’s as it should be. His comments, however, indicate the special counsel and the Justice Department will be releasing significant […]