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Johnny Depp už je opět single, nevyšel mu vztah s mladičkou go-go tanečnicí

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Election 2019 declaration times – when will key seats declare their results?

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THE results of the election that will determine the country’s future have been rolling in. Parties will be relying on particular constituencies to sway the outcome. Here’s when key seats will declare their results. Follow our general election 2019 live blog for all the latest news What time are seats declared? The first results of […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court

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Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court By R. Jeffrey Smith, Center for Public IntegrityThe Trump administration has refused to disclose how key officials at the Department of Defense and the White House Office of Management and Budget reacted to President Trump’s decision to halt military aid to Ukraine.On Nov. 25, federal district court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the administration to produce records reflecting what these officials said to one another about the legality and appropriateness of Trump’s order. The Center for Public Integrity sought the information in Freedom of Information Act requests filed in late September. On Thursday afternoon, however, as the House Judiciary Committee was voting on two articles of impeachment against Trump, Public Integrity received 146 pages of documents that had been almost completely redacted by the government. Every substantive exchange between officials at the agencies was blacked out. Public Integrity is planning to file a motion Friday challenging the government’s response.“We are deeply disappointed that the public won’t have access to this important information at the heart of the impeachment process. But we will continue to fight to ensure that the documents see the light of day,” said Public Integrity’s chief executive officer, Susan Smith Richardson.Access to the documents was granted by the judge after a brief but fierce court battle.Trump Faces Two Impeachment Articles on Abuse of Power and ObstructionAlthough the Defense Department initially proposed to put the Public Integrity  request at the end of a year-long queue, the judge said the documents must be provided on an urgent timetable because they were meant “to inform the public on a matter of extreme national concern,” given the continuing investigation by Congress into Trump’s aid halt and its impact. To ensure “informed public participation” in the impeachment proceedings it provoked, “the public needs access to relevant information,” the judge said.She noted further that since the administration had failed to answer congressional requests for the information at issue, the public was unlikely to get it without Public Integrity’s help. Any hardship placed on the government, she concluded, was “minimal.”But the two institutions, in their initial production to Public Integrity, removed key passages delineating what the officials said about Trump’s decision, arguing that the information was related to the administration’s “deliberative process” — even though it appears that much of the information withheld may simply be factual rather than deliberative. They also claimed that providing some information would violate the officials’ privacy.Messages that officials at the White House and Pentagon exchanged shortly after the aid halt became public in late August were, for example, completely blacked out. A detailed description by the Pentagon of how the aid program was meant to be carried out — provided to OMB shortly after a whistleblower filed a complaint alleging the program had been mishandled at the White House — was redacted.Pentagon Official: Ukrainians Knew in July Aid Was on HoldA lengthy email exchange in August between Elaine McCusker, a career employee at the Defense Department who is the deputy comptroller there, Michael Duffey, a political appointee and the associate director at OMB, and OMB General Counsel Mark Paoletta — a former legal adviser to Vice President Mike Pence – was also blacked out. McCusker on Aug. 19 did email Duffey to say “the funds go into the system today to initiate transactions and obligate,” which set off more emails from Duffey and Paoletta. The flurry of messages between them continued into the following day, when McCusker at one point emailed to say, “Seems like we continue to talk [email] past each other a bit. We should probably have a call.” “Any potentially interesting bits are redacted,” said Margaret Taylor, a former State Department lawyer who was deputy staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 2015 through July 2018.The FOIA response is part of a pattern of behavior by the Trump administration, which has maintained a cloud of secrecy around key aspects of the aid halt.Although the halt has been the focus of multiple congressional hearings, key details about its origins and legality have remained murky: When did it start, who in the government knew about it, how did they react, and what did they say to one another? Testimony by mid-level government officials during the hearings into Trump’ Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court

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Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court By R. Jeffrey Smith, Center for Public IntegrityThe Trump administration has refused to disclose how key officials at the Department of Defense and the White House Office of Management and Budget reacted to President Trump’s decision to halt military aid to Ukraine.On Nov. 25, federal district court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the administration to produce records reflecting what these officials said to one another about the legality and appropriateness of Trump’s order. The Center for Public Integrity sought the information in Freedom of Information Act requests filed in late September. On Thursday afternoon, however, as the House Judiciary Committee was voting on two articles of impeachment against Trump, Public Integrity received 146 pages of documents that had been almost completely redacted by the government. Every substantive exchange between officials at the agencies was blacked out. Public Integrity is planning to file a motion Friday challenging the government’s response.“We are deeply disappointed that the public won’t have access to this important information at the heart of the impeachment process. But we will continue to fight to ensure that the documents see the light of day,” said Public Integrity’s chief executive officer, Susan Smith Richardson.Access to the documents was granted by the judge after a brief but fierce court battle.Trump Faces Two Impeachment Articles on Abuse of Power and ObstructionAlthough the Defense Department initially proposed to put the Public Integrity  request at the end of a year-long queue, the judge said the documents must be provided on an urgent timetable because they were meant “to inform the public on a matter of extreme national concern,” given the continuing investigation by Congress into Trump’s aid halt and its impact. To ensure “informed public participation” in the impeachment proceedings it provoked, “the public needs access to relevant information,” the judge said.She noted further that since the administration had failed to answer congressional requests for the information at issue, the public was unlikely to get it without Public Integrity’s help. Any hardship placed on the government, she concluded, was “minimal.”But the two institutions, in their initial production to Public Integrity, removed key passages delineating what the officials said about Trump’s decision, arguing that the information was related to the administration’s “deliberative process” — even though it appears that much of the information withheld may simply be factual rather than deliberative. They also claimed that providing some information would violate the officials’ privacy.Messages that officials at the White House and Pentagon exchanged shortly after the aid halt became public in late August were, for example, completely blacked out. A detailed description by the Pentagon of how the aid program was meant to be carried out — provided to OMB shortly after a whistleblower filed a complaint alleging the program had been mishandled at the White House — was redacted.Pentagon Official: Ukrainians Knew in July Aid Was on HoldA lengthy email exchange in August between Elaine McCusker, a career employee at the Defense Department who is the deputy comptroller there, Michael Duffey, a political appointee and the associate director at OMB, and OMB General Counsel Mark Paoletta — a former legal adviser to Vice President Mike Pence – was also blacked out. McCusker on Aug. 19 did email Duffey to say “the funds go into the system today to initiate transactions and obligate,” which set off more emails from Duffey and Paoletta. The flurry of messages between them continued into the following day, when McCusker at one point emailed to say, “Seems like we continue to talk [email] past each other a bit. We should probably have a call.” “Any potentially interesting bits are redacted,” said Margaret Taylor, a former State Department lawyer who was deputy staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 2015 through July 2018.The FOIA response is part of a pattern of behavior by the Trump administration, which has maintained a cloud of secrecy around key aspects of the aid halt.Although the halt has been the focus of multiple congressional hearings, key details about its origins and legality have remained murky: When did it start, who in the government knew about it, how did they react, and what did they say to one another? Testimony by mid-level government officials during the hearings into Trump’ Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court

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Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court By R. Jeffrey Smith, Center for Public IntegrityThe Trump administration has refused to disclose how key officials at the Department of Defense and the White House Office of Management and Budget reacted to President Trump’s decision to halt military aid to Ukraine.On Nov. 25, federal district court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the administration to produce records reflecting what these officials said to one another about the legality and appropriateness of Trump’s order. The Center for Public Integrity sought the information in Freedom of Information Act requests filed in late September. On Thursday afternoon, however, as the House Judiciary Committee was voting on two articles of impeachment against Trump, Public Integrity received 146 pages of documents that had been almost completely redacted by the government. Every substantive exchange between officials at the agencies was blacked out. Public Integrity is planning to file a motion Friday challenging the government’s response.“We are deeply disappointed that the public won’t have access to this important information at the heart of the impeachment process. But we will continue to fight to ensure that the documents see the light of day,” said Public Integrity’s chief executive officer, Susan Smith Richardson.Access to the documents was granted by the judge after a brief but fierce court battle.Trump Faces Two Impeachment Articles on Abuse of Power and ObstructionAlthough the Defense Department initially proposed to put the Public Integrity  request at the end of a year-long queue, the judge said the documents must be provided on an urgent timetable because they were meant “to inform the public on a matter of extreme national concern,” given the continuing investigation by Congress into Trump’s aid halt and its impact. To ensure “informed public participation” in the impeachment proceedings it provoked, “the public needs access to relevant information,” the judge said.She noted further that since the administration had failed to answer congressional requests for the information at issue, the public was unlikely to get it without Public Integrity’s help. Any hardship placed on the government, she concluded, was “minimal.”But the two institutions, in their initial production to Public Integrity, removed key passages delineating what the officials said about Trump’s decision, arguing that the information was related to the administration’s “deliberative process” — even though it appears that much of the information withheld may simply be factual rather than deliberative. They also claimed that providing some information would violate the officials’ privacy.Messages that officials at the White House and Pentagon exchanged shortly after the aid halt became public in late August were, for example, completely blacked out. A detailed description by the Pentagon of how the aid program was meant to be carried out — provided to OMB shortly after a whistleblower filed a complaint alleging the program had been mishandled at the White House — was redacted.Pentagon Official: Ukrainians Knew in July Aid Was on HoldA lengthy email exchange in August between Elaine McCusker, a career employee at the Defense Department who is the deputy comptroller there, Michael Duffey, a political appointee and the associate director at OMB, and OMB General Counsel Mark Paoletta — a former legal adviser to Vice President Mike Pence – was also blacked out. McCusker on Aug. 19 did email Duffey to say “the funds go into the system today to initiate transactions and obligate,” which set off more emails from Duffey and Paoletta. The flurry of messages between them continued into the following day, when McCusker at one point emailed to say, “Seems like we continue to talk [email] past each other a bit. We should probably have a call.” “Any potentially interesting bits are redacted,” said Margaret Taylor, a former State Department lawyer who was deputy staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 2015 through July 2018.The FOIA response is part of a pattern of behavior by the Trump administration, which has maintained a cloud of secrecy around key aspects of the aid halt.Although the halt has been the focus of multiple congressional hearings, key details about its origins and legality have remained murky: When did it start, who in the government knew about it, how did they react, and what did they say to one another? Testimony by mid-level government officials during the hearings into Trump’ Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court

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Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court By R. Jeffrey Smith, Center for Public IntegrityThe Trump administration has refused to disclose how key officials at the Department of Defense and the White House Office of Management and Budget reacted to President Trump’s decision to halt military aid to Ukraine.On Nov. 25, federal district court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the administration to produce records reflecting what these officials said to one another about the legality and appropriateness of Trump’s order. The Center for Public Integrity sought the information in Freedom of Information Act requests filed in late September. On Thursday afternoon, however, as the House Judiciary Committee was voting on two articles of impeachment against Trump, Public Integrity received 146 pages of documents that had been almost completely redacted by the government. Every substantive exchange between officials at the agencies was blacked out. Public Integrity is planning to file a motion Friday challenging the government’s response.“We are deeply disappointed that the public won’t have access to this important information at the heart of the impeachment process. But we will continue to fight to ensure that the documents see the light of day,” said Public Integrity’s chief executive officer, Susan Smith Richardson.Access to the documents was granted by the judge after a brief but fierce court battle.Trump Faces Two Impeachment Articles on Abuse of Power and ObstructionAlthough the Defense Department initially proposed to put the Public Integrity  request at the end of a year-long queue, the judge said the documents must be provided on an urgent timetable because they were meant “to inform the public on a matter of extreme national concern,” given the continuing investigation by Congress into Trump’s aid halt and its impact. To ensure “informed public participation” in the impeachment proceedings it provoked, “the public needs access to relevant information,” the judge said.She noted further that since the administration had failed to answer congressional requests for the information at issue, the public was unlikely to get it without Public Integrity’s help. Any hardship placed on the government, she concluded, was “minimal.”But the two institutions, in their initial production to Public Integrity, removed key passages delineating what the officials said about Trump’s decision, arguing that the information was related to the administration’s “deliberative process” — even though it appears that much of the information withheld may simply be factual rather than deliberative. They also claimed that providing some information would violate the officials’ privacy.Messages that officials at the White House and Pentagon exchanged shortly after the aid halt became public in late August were, for example, completely blacked out. A detailed description by the Pentagon of how the aid program was meant to be carried out — provided to OMB shortly after a whistleblower filed a complaint alleging the program had been mishandled at the White House — was redacted.Pentagon Official: Ukrainians Knew in July Aid Was on HoldA lengthy email exchange in August between Elaine McCusker, a career employee at the Defense Department who is the deputy comptroller there, Michael Duffey, a political appointee and the associate director at OMB, and OMB General Counsel Mark Paoletta — a former legal adviser to Vice President Mike Pence – was also blacked out. McCusker on Aug. 19 did email Duffey to say “the funds go into the system today to initiate transactions and obligate,” which set off more emails from Duffey and Paoletta. The flurry of messages between them continued into the following day, when McCusker at one point emailed to say, “Seems like we continue to talk [email] past each other a bit. We should probably have a call.” “Any potentially interesting bits are redacted,” said Margaret Taylor, a former State Department lawyer who was deputy staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 2015 through July 2018.The FOIA response is part of a pattern of behavior by the Trump administration, which has maintained a cloud of secrecy around key aspects of the aid halt.Although the halt has been the focus of multiple congressional hearings, key details about its origins and legality have remained murky: When did it start, who in the government knew about it, how did they react, and what did they say to one another? Testimony by mid-level government officials during the hearings into Trump’ Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court

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Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court By R. Jeffrey Smith, Center for Public IntegrityThe Trump administration has refused to disclose how key officials at the Department of Defense and the White House Office of Management and Budget reacted to President Trump’s decision to halt military aid to Ukraine.On Nov. 25, federal district court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the administration to produce records reflecting what these officials said to one another about the legality and appropriateness of Trump’s order. The Center for Public Integrity sought the information in Freedom of Information Act requests filed in late September. On Thursday afternoon, however, as the House Judiciary Committee was voting on two articles of impeachment against Trump, Public Integrity received 146 pages of documents that had been almost completely redacted by the government. Every substantive exchange between officials at the agencies was blacked out. Public Integrity is planning to file a motion Friday challenging the government’s response.“We are deeply disappointed that the public won’t have access to this important information at the heart of the impeachment process. But we will continue to fight to ensure that the documents see the light of day,” said Public Integrity’s chief executive officer, Susan Smith Richardson.Access to the documents was granted by the judge after a brief but fierce court battle.Trump Faces Two Impeachment Articles on Abuse of Power and ObstructionAlthough the Defense Department initially proposed to put the Public Integrity  request at the end of a year-long queue, the judge said the documents must be provided on an urgent timetable because they were meant “to inform the public on a matter of extreme national concern,” given the continuing investigation by Congress into Trump’s aid halt and its impact. To ensure “informed public participation” in the impeachment proceedings it provoked, “the public needs access to relevant information,” the judge said.She noted further that since the administration had failed to answer congressional requests for the information at issue, the public was unlikely to get it without Public Integrity’s help. Any hardship placed on the government, she concluded, was “minimal.”But the two institutions, in their initial production to Public Integrity, removed key passages delineating what the officials said about Trump’s decision, arguing that the information was related to the administration’s “deliberative process” — even though it appears that much of the information withheld may simply be factual rather than deliberative. They also claimed that providing some information would violate the officials’ privacy.Messages that officials at the White House and Pentagon exchanged shortly after the aid halt became public in late August were, for example, completely blacked out. A detailed description by the Pentagon of how the aid program was meant to be carried out — provided to OMB shortly after a whistleblower filed a complaint alleging the program had been mishandled at the White House — was redacted.Pentagon Official: Ukrainians Knew in July Aid Was on HoldA lengthy email exchange in August between Elaine McCusker, a career employee at the Defense Department who is the deputy comptroller there, Michael Duffey, a political appointee and the associate director at OMB, and OMB General Counsel Mark Paoletta — a former legal adviser to Vice President Mike Pence – was also blacked out. McCusker on Aug. 19 did email Duffey to say “the funds go into the system today to initiate transactions and obligate,” which set off more emails from Duffey and Paoletta. The flurry of messages between them continued into the following day, when McCusker at one point emailed to say, “Seems like we continue to talk [email] past each other a bit. We should probably have a call.” “Any potentially interesting bits are redacted,” said Margaret Taylor, a former State Department lawyer who was deputy staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 2015 through July 2018.The FOIA response is part of a pattern of behavior by the Trump administration, which has maintained a cloud of secrecy around key aspects of the aid halt.Although the halt has been the focus of multiple congressional hearings, key details about its origins and legality have remained murky: When did it start, who in the government knew about it, how did they react, and what did they say to one another? Testimony by mid-level government officials during the hearings into Trump’ Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court

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Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court By R. Jeffrey Smith, Center for Public IntegrityThe Trump administration has refused to disclose how key officials at the Department of Defense and the White House Office of Management and Budget reacted to President Trump’s decision to halt military aid to Ukraine.On Nov. 25, federal district court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the administration to produce records reflecting what these officials said to one another about the legality and appropriateness of Trump’s order. The Center for Public Integrity sought the information in Freedom of Information Act requests filed in late September. On Thursday afternoon, however, as the House Judiciary Committee was voting on two articles of impeachment against Trump, Public Integrity received 146 pages of documents that had been almost completely redacted by the government. Every substantive exchange between officials at the agencies was blacked out. Public Integrity is planning to file a motion Friday challenging the government’s response.“We are deeply disappointed that the public won’t have access to this important information at the heart of the impeachment process. But we will continue to fight to ensure that the documents see the light of day,” said Public Integrity’s chief executive officer, Susan Smith Richardson.Access to the documents was granted by the judge after a brief but fierce court battle.Trump Faces Two Impeachment Articles on Abuse of Power and ObstructionAlthough the Defense Department initially proposed to put the Public Integrity  request at the end of a year-long queue, the judge said the documents must be provided on an urgent timetable because they were meant “to inform the public on a matter of extreme national concern,” given the continuing investigation by Congress into Trump’s aid halt and its impact. To ensure “informed public participation” in the impeachment proceedings it provoked, “the public needs access to relevant information,” the judge said.She noted further that since the administration had failed to answer congressional requests for the information at issue, the public was unlikely to get it without Public Integrity’s help. Any hardship placed on the government, she concluded, was “minimal.”But the two institutions, in their initial production to Public Integrity, removed key passages delineating what the officials said about Trump’s decision, arguing that the information was related to the administration’s “deliberative process” — even though it appears that much of the information withheld may simply be factual rather than deliberative. They also claimed that providing some information would violate the officials’ privacy.Messages that officials at the White House and Pentagon exchanged shortly after the aid halt became public in late August were, for example, completely blacked out. A detailed description by the Pentagon of how the aid program was meant to be carried out — provided to OMB shortly after a whistleblower filed a complaint alleging the program had been mishandled at the White House — was redacted.Pentagon Official: Ukrainians Knew in July Aid Was on HoldA lengthy email exchange in August between Elaine McCusker, a career employee at the Defense Department who is the deputy comptroller there, Michael Duffey, a political appointee and the associate director at OMB, and OMB General Counsel Mark Paoletta — a former legal adviser to Vice President Mike Pence – was also blacked out. McCusker on Aug. 19 did email Duffey to say “the funds go into the system today to initiate transactions and obligate,” which set off more emails from Duffey and Paoletta. The flurry of messages between them continued into the following day, when McCusker at one point emailed to say, “Seems like we continue to talk [email] past each other a bit. We should probably have a call.” “Any potentially interesting bits are redacted,” said Margaret Taylor, a former State Department lawyer who was deputy staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 2015 through July 2018.The FOIA response is part of a pattern of behavior by the Trump administration, which has maintained a cloud of secrecy around key aspects of the aid halt.Although the halt has been the focus of multiple congressional hearings, key details about its origins and legality have remained murky: When did it start, who in the government knew about it, how did they react, and what did they say to one another? Testimony by mid-level government officials during the hearings into Trump’ Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court

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Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court By R. Jeffrey Smith, Center for Public IntegrityThe Trump administration has refused to disclose how key officials at the Department of Defense and the White House Office of Management and Budget reacted to President Trump’s decision to halt military aid to Ukraine.On Nov. 25, federal district court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the administration to produce records reflecting what these officials said to one another about the legality and appropriateness of Trump’s order. The Center for Public Integrity sought the information in Freedom of Information Act requests filed in late September. On Thursday afternoon, however, as the House Judiciary Committee was voting on two articles of impeachment against Trump, Public Integrity received 146 pages of documents that had been almost completely redacted by the government. Every substantive exchange between officials at the agencies was blacked out. Public Integrity is planning to file a motion Friday challenging the government’s response.“We are deeply disappointed that the public won’t have access to this important information at the heart of the impeachment process. But we will continue to fight to ensure that the documents see the light of day,” said Public Integrity’s chief executive officer, Susan Smith Richardson.Access to the documents was granted by the judge after a brief but fierce court battle.Trump Faces Two Impeachment Articles on Abuse of Power and ObstructionAlthough the Defense Department initially proposed to put the Public Integrity  request at the end of a year-long queue, the judge said the documents must be provided on an urgent timetable because they were meant “to inform the public on a matter of extreme national concern,” given the continuing investigation by Congress into Trump’s aid halt and its impact. To ensure “informed public participation” in the impeachment proceedings it provoked, “the public needs access to relevant information,” the judge said.She noted further that since the administration had failed to answer congressional requests for the information at issue, the public was unlikely to get it without Public Integrity’s help. Any hardship placed on the government, she concluded, was “minimal.”But the two institutions, in their initial production to Public Integrity, removed key passages delineating what the officials said about Trump’s decision, arguing that the information was related to the administration’s “deliberative process” — even though it appears that much of the information withheld may simply be factual rather than deliberative. They also claimed that providing some information would violate the officials’ privacy.Messages that officials at the White House and Pentagon exchanged shortly after the aid halt became public in late August were, for example, completely blacked out. A detailed description by the Pentagon of how the aid program was meant to be carried out — provided to OMB shortly after a whistleblower filed a complaint alleging the program had been mishandled at the White House — was redacted.Pentagon Official: Ukrainians Knew in July Aid Was on HoldA lengthy email exchange in August between Elaine McCusker, a career employee at the Defense Department who is the deputy comptroller there, Michael Duffey, a political appointee and the associate director at OMB, and OMB General Counsel Mark Paoletta — a former legal adviser to Vice President Mike Pence – was also blacked out. McCusker on Aug. 19 did email Duffey to say “the funds go into the system today to initiate transactions and obligate,” which set off more emails from Duffey and Paoletta. The flurry of messages between them continued into the following day, when McCusker at one point emailed to say, “Seems like we continue to talk [email] past each other a bit. We should probably have a call.” “Any potentially interesting bits are redacted,” said Margaret Taylor, a former State Department lawyer who was deputy staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 2015 through July 2018.The FOIA response is part of a pattern of behavior by the Trump administration, which has maintained a cloud of secrecy around key aspects of the aid halt.Although the halt has been the focus of multiple congressional hearings, key details about its origins and legality have remained murky: When did it start, who in the government knew about it, how did they react, and what did they say to one another? Testimony by mid-level government officials during the hearings into Trump’ Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court

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Trump Administration Resists Ukraine Disclosures Ordered by Court By R. Jeffrey Smith, Center for Public IntegrityThe Trump administration has refused to disclose how key officials at the Department of Defense and the White House Office of Management and Budget reacted to President Trump’s decision to halt military aid to Ukraine.On Nov. 25, federal district court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the administration to produce records reflecting what these officials said to one another about the legality and appropriateness of Trump’s order. The Center for Public Integrity sought the information in Freedom of Information Act requests filed in late September. On Thursday afternoon, however, as the House Judiciary Committee was voting on two articles of impeachment against Trump, Public Integrity received 146 pages of documents that had been almost completely redacted by the government. Every substantive exchange between officials at the agencies was blacked out. Public Integrity is planning to file a motion Friday challenging the government’s response.“We are deeply disappointed that the public won’t have access to this important information at the heart of the impeachment process. But we will continue to fight to ensure that the documents see the light of day,” said Public Integrity’s chief executive officer, Susan Smith Richardson.Access to the documents was granted by the judge after a brief but fierce court battle.Trump Faces Two Impeachment Articles on Abuse of Power and ObstructionAlthough the Defense Department initially proposed to put the Public Integrity  request at the end of a year-long queue, the judge said the documents must be provided on an urgent timetable because they were meant “to inform the public on a matter of extreme national concern,” given the continuing investigation by Congress into Trump’s aid halt and its impact. To ensure “informed public participation” in the impeachment proceedings it provoked, “the public needs access to relevant information,” the judge said.She noted further that since the administration had failed to answer congressional requests for the information at issue, the public was unlikely to get it without Public Integrity’s help. Any hardship placed on the government, she concluded, was “minimal.”But the two institutions, in their initial production to Public Integrity, removed key passages delineating what the officials said about Trump’s decision, arguing that the information was related to the administration’s “deliberative process” — even though it appears that much of the information withheld may simply be factual rather than deliberative. They also claimed that providing some information would violate the officials’ privacy.Messages that officials at the White House and Pentagon exchanged shortly after the aid halt became public in late August were, for example, completely blacked out. A detailed description by the Pentagon of how the aid program was meant to be carried out — provided to OMB shortly after a whistleblower filed a complaint alleging the program had been mishandled at the White House — was redacted.Pentagon Official: Ukrainians Knew in July Aid Was on HoldA lengthy email exchange in August between Elaine McCusker, a career employee at the Defense Department who is the deputy comptroller there, Michael Duffey, a political appointee and the associate director at OMB, and OMB General Counsel Mark Paoletta — a former legal adviser to Vice President Mike Pence – was also blacked out. McCusker on Aug. 19 did email Duffey to say “the funds go into the system today to initiate transactions and obligate,” which set off more emails from Duffey and Paoletta. The flurry of messages between them continued into the following day, when McCusker at one point emailed to say, “Seems like we continue to talk [email] past each other a bit. We should probably have a call.” “Any potentially interesting bits are redacted,” said Margaret Taylor, a former State Department lawyer who was deputy staff director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 2015 through July 2018.The FOIA response is part of a pattern of behavior by the Trump administration, which has maintained a cloud of secrecy around key aspects of the aid halt.Although the halt has been the focus of multiple congressional hearings, key details about its origins and legality have remained murky: When did it start, who in the government knew about it, how did they react, and what did they say to one another? Testimony by mid-level government officials during the hearings into Trump’ Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Unisono – Za všechno může Putin

admin 13.12.2019, 19:40

To byl jeden chlapík, co jmenoval se Donald byl to fešnej blonďák a chtěl bejt jako Ronald prestituti píšou, že před Kremlem si kleknul už to bylo v suchu, Vladimír to hacknul.
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BABIŠ V PLNÉ PALBĚ

Petr Novák 13.12.2019, 19:00

Před 17. listopadem jsem psal, že dle toho, kdy se nejvyšší státní zástupce Pavel Zeman rozhodne zveřejnit svou zprávu o případném pokračování trestního stíhání na Babiše, se prokáže za koho a jak kope. Dle datumu kdy tak učiní, NIKOLIV dle toho JAK rozhodne! O to totiž vůbec nejde. Pokud by tak učinil těsně před 17.
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Přehled zpráv – RusVesna, RusNext 12.12.2019

Božena W. 13.12.2019, 18:50

1; Ruští boxeři odmítli vystupovat na Olympiádě bez státní vlajky a hymny. 2; U Zelenského se připravuje delegace pro vyslání do Doněcka a Luganska. Tímto způsobem chtějí u Zelenského předvést začátek národního dialogu mezi Ukrajinou a „okupovaným Donbasem“. 3; Vražda Ukrajinců v Polsku. Muži z Ukrajiny se dostali do sporu pracující v soukromé lesní školce
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Přehled zpráv – RusVesna, RusNext 11.12.2019

Božena W. 13.12.2019, 18:46

1; Malé, ale důležité posuny. Jak se Západ snaží utajit pravdu o sestřelení Boeingu MH17 v Donbasu. Válečný korespondent Dmitrij Stěšin komentuje posuny ve vyšetřování tragédie malajského Boeingu. Nejprve se snažili Boeing sestřelit pomocí stíhačky Su, a když se to nepodařilo, sestřelili ho „BUKem“. 2; Drsný boj v USA: V činnosti jsou bojové roboty, příslušníci
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Rusko bez důkazů vyřazeno z vrcholového sportu

Petr Novák 11.12.2019, 20:37

Ve vrcholovém sportu výkonnostního a nikoliv technického typu „sypou“ dnes všichni, protože jinak se na ten vrchol nemají při dnešní konkurenci šanci dostat. Dnes zneužívají anabolické steroidy zcela běžně již dorostenci. Sportovec po nich lépe regeneruje, vydrží vyšší fyzickou zátěž, rychleji se mu léčí zranění a díky tomu všemu může mnohem brutálněji trénovat a tím
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 12. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 08.12.2016, 12:37

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 11. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 28.11.2016, 15:53

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 10. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 23.11.2016, 01:35

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 9. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 16.11.2016, 13:26

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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S MUDr. Jonášem o zdraví - 8. díl

Kinosvět - záhady a tajemství 08.11.2016, 11:57

MUDr. Josef Jonáš, jeden z nejznámějších českých badatelů v oblasti přírodní a celostní medicíny, radí jak pečovat o své tělesné a vlastně i duševní zdraví.
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Tomio Okamura

Tomio Okamura:Nedostatek cenově přístupného bydlení, zrušení daně z nemovitostí/převodu nemovitostí.

Tomio Okamura 11.12.2019, 13:51

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Tomio Okamura: SPD představilo nový komplexní projekt pro rodinné politiky.

Tomio Okamura 11.12.2019, 09:40

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Tomio Okamura: Porušil Andrej Babiš český zákon o střetu zájmu?

Tomio Okamura 10.12.2019, 20:14

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Tomio Okamura: Jak bude v praxi fungovat návrh zákona SPD na zvýšení přímé hmotné odpovědnosti.

Tomio Okamura 10.12.2019, 15:23

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Tomio Okamura: SPD se daří plnit program v oblasti digitalizaci státní správy.

Tomio Okamura 10.12.2019, 11:06

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Česká televize

Karel Kovy Kovář a Veronika Lišková Waltz

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:31

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Karel Kovy Kovář a Veronika Lišková Paso doble

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:30

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Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková Paso doble

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:30

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Veronika Khek Kubařová a Dominik Vodička Paso doble

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:30

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Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová Slowfox

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:30

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Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková Slowfox

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:30

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Veronika Khek Kubařová a Dominik Vodička Valčík

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:30

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Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová Paso doble

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:30

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Veronika Khek Kubařová a Dominik Vodička Slowfox

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:30

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Karel Kovy Kovář a Veronika Lišková Slowfox

Česká televize 12.12.2019, 13:30

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Česká politická scéna jako na dlani

Triumf Borise Johnsona: „Mohli se podělat!“ Zahradil a Mach v tom vymáchali média. Klaus ml. odeslal do Británie dopis

14.12.2019, 13:33

Na velký úspěch britských konzervativců premiéra Borise Johnsona ve čtvrtečních parlamentních volbách, kteří ovládli absolutní většinu v 650členné Dolní sněmovně, u nás zareagovali hned tři velcí příznivci českého konzervatismu. Reakce plné chvály nad výsledky britských voleb tak přišly od bývalého europoslance a zakladatele Svobodných Petra Macha či od europoslance za ODS Jana Zahradila. Oba pochválili zejména reálnou možnost, že již nyní bude konečně dotažen odchod Velké Británie z Evropské unie. Nešetřili ani média. Poslanec Václav Klaus mladší pak za své hnutí Trikolóra britskému ministerskému předsedovi Borisi Johnsonovi, jehož Konzervativní strana po svém volebním úspěchu bude v britském parlamentu disponovat 365 křesly, blahopřál i dopisem.
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Novotný je mrzák. Ale to mají všude. Žirinovskij, Juncker... Jaroslav Foldyna o skutečném významu pře o vlasovce

14.12.2019, 12:46

ROZHOVOR Duševní mrzák? Tak vidí Pavla Novotného (ODS) Jaroslav Foldyna (ČSSD). „Bohužel jeho duševní mrzáctví dnes do jisté míry utváří pohled Rusů na celou Českou republiku,“ povzdechl si poslanec. A dodal, že vystoupení Vladimíra Žirinovského, který v ruské televizi pro změnu velmi neuctivě mluvil o Češích, je vlastně druhou stranou téže mince. „Ti dva pánové jsou si podobnější, než by se na první pohled mohlo zdát,“ soudí Foldyna a dodává, že jde o nedůležité kašpary.
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Islám je nenávistná doktrína k ovládnutí světa. Hrozí vyhlazení Evropanů, řekl poslanec od Babiše a představil zásadní projekt „národní fronty“, který chystá proti imigraci

22.08.2017, 16:27

ROZHOVOR „Je to další otřesný důkaz selhání politiky multikulturalismu a celého toho šílenství s přijímáním migrantů, za kterým stojí paní Merkelová a další politici západní Evropy,“ říká o teroristickém útoku v Barceloně poslanec ANO Zdeněk Soukup. Varuje před ustupováním tlaku ze strany Evropské komise a před korektní politikou, která se podle něho bojí přiznat, že nejsme ve válce s radikálním islámem (islamismem), ale s islámem jako takovým.
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Chválil mě Halík, volal Hřebejk! Pavel Novotný a dohra mejdanu s Ferim a schůzky s Kalouskem. A nové info o pomníku vlasovcům

14.12.2019, 11:56

Řeporyjský starosta Pavel Novotný (ODS) měl opět napilno a během 48 hodin svou návštěvou poctil hned několik zástupců jiných stran. S tím se pochlubil skrze sociální sítě a pochvaloval si pozitivní reakce na plánovanou stavbu pomníku vlasovcům. Hezké reakce prý starostovi přicházejí například od kněze Tomáše Halíka či od režiséra Jana Hřebejka. Pak Novotný prozradil porobnosti o své možné další spolupráci a přiložil též fotografie z divokého večírku s pirátskými poslanci či s poslancem Dominikem Ferim (TOP 09). Nevynechal ani návštěvu předsedy poslaneckého klubu TOP 09 Miroslava Kalouska v Řeporyjích.
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Havel už je pryč! Elita? Někteří z nich to řeknou nahlas. Volební právo jen pro někoho? Stonjeková u Xavera šila do „kavárny“

14.12.2019, 10:50

„Slýcháme z médií, že je tady nějaká ‚lepší část společnosti‘, která ví, jak se chovat, jak volit – a potom jsou tady ostatní, kteří tedy volí špatně a špatně se chovají,“ řekla nedávno komentátorka Karolina Stonjeková na XTV u moderátora Luboše Xavera Veselého. Neslušní a špatní lidé však jsou „na obou stranách“. „Teď, po třiceti letech, jsme se dostali do bodu, kdy už se někteří intelektuálové nebo známé osobnosti nestydí říct, že by demokracie či volební práva měla být selektivní, a ne pro všechny,“ ukázala na „pachatele dobra“. Došlo i na ředitele spolku Evropské hodnoty Jakuba Jandu či na nespokojnost některých herců, kteří by rádi viděli někoho, kdo by razil názory zesnulého prezidenta Václava Havla.
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Trvalý růst v uzavřeném systému není možný

Juan Convidado 13.12.2019, 00:10

Odpověď na článek Zlaté doby pokroku končí. Neustále odvracíme pozornost od dvou neřešitelných problémů, kterými jsou populační exploze a prudce ubývající neobnovitelné zdroje levné energie.
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Dinosaurus NATO se ztěžka vleče

Finian Cunnigham 12.12.2019, 00:10

Roztržky a nevraživost na summitu NATO, který proběhl tento týden, nebylo možné skrýt, dokonce ani pomocí strojených výzev k „jednotě“. Američany vedená vojenská aliance je dinosaurus, který rozhodně překročil dobu svého zániku.
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Americký úřad FDA prohlásil: „Ať jedí bavlník“

William Engdahl 11.12.2019, 00:20

Vládní regulátoři v USA schválili geneticky modifikovanou odrůdu bavlníku jako „potenciální řešení pro hlad lidí“. Radikální řešení spočívá v tom, že konzumace GM semen bavlníku, vyvinutých na Texaské univerzitě A&M, avšak bez nezávislých dlouhodobých testů, bude kromě zvířat povolena i lidem. To vyvolává nové, vážné obavy ohledně bezpečnosti našeho potravinového řetězce. V důsledku toho může být světový potravinový řetězec brzy kontaminován geneticky modifikovanými semeny bavlníku, přičemž úřady jednoduše ignorují veškerá rizika.
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Zlaté doby pokroku končí

Vlastimil Podracký 11.12.2019, 00:10

Když ministr Brabec vypočítává, co musíme udělat, jak musíme přejít na elektřinu, ale zároveň zrušit elektrárny, jak musíme zateplit domy, což znamená už žádný dům nepostavit, co nás tedy čeká?
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Pozdní pláč nad nevratnou katastrofou

Autor neuveden 10.12.2019, 00:20

„Německý režisér a scenárista libanonského původu Imad Karim patří mezi nejostřejší kritiky islámu. Mirka Haasová se pokusila přeložit co nejvěrněji jeho FB příspěvek…
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Požáry v Amazonii způsobují rychlejší tání ledovců v Andách

Matthew Harris 10.12.2019, 00:10

Pokud jste v několika posledních měsících zapnuli televizi nebo si přečetli zprávy, pravděpodobně jste slyšeli o rozsáhlých požárech, které během letošního roku napáchaly velké škody v amazonském pralese. Požáry se v deštném pralese vyskytují každý rok, ale v posledních 11 měsících došlo k nárůstu počtu požárů o více než 70% ve srovnání s rokem 2018, což svědčí o výrazném urychlení odstraňování vegetace ze strany místních těžařských a zemědělských společností.
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Rozborová zpráva k Istanbulské úmluvě

Zdeněk Chytra 09.12.2019, 00:10

Rozborová zpráva Úmluvy Rady Evropy o prevenci a potírání násilí na ženách a domácího násilí (Istanbulská úmluva) její neodlučitelné součásti Důvodové zprávy k Úmluvě Evropy o prevenci a potírání násilí na ženách a domácího násilí
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Chvála české rozvážnosti

David Hilbert 07.12.2019, 00:10

Podle známého kontroverzního výroku Ústavního soudu z dubna tohoto roku je diskriminace (v tomto případě Rusů) v pořádku, pokud ní nevedou hanebné pohnutky. Důvody, které k tomu Ústavní soud vedly jsou ve stručnosti tyto.
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