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Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?

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Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged? The Justice Department announced Friday that it is closing its investigation of Andrew McCabe, the FBI’s former deputy director, over his false statements to investigators probing an unauthorized leak that McCabe had orchestrated. McCabe was fired in March 2018, shortly after a blistering Justice Department inspector general (IG) report concluded that he repeatedly and blatantly lied — or, as the Bureau lexicon puts it, “lacked candor” — when questioned, including under oath.Why not indict McCabe on felony false-statements charges? That is the question being pressed by incensed Trump supporters. After all, the constitutional guarantee of equal justice under the law is supposed to mean that McCabe gets the same quality of justice afforded to the sad sacks pursued with unseemly zeal by McCabe’s FBI and Robert Mueller’s prosecutors. George Papadopoulos was convicted of making a trivial false statement about the date of a meeting. Roger Stone was convicted of obstruction long after the special counsel knew there was no Trump–Russia conspiracy, even though his meanderings did not impede the investigation in any meaningful way. And in the case of Michael Flynn’s false-statements conviction, as McCabe himself acknowledged to the House Intelligence Committee, even the agents who interviewed him did not believe he intentionally misled them.I emphasize Flynn’s intent because purported lack of intent is McCabe’s principal defense, too. Even McCabe himself, to say nothing of his lawyers and his apologists in the anti-Trump network of bureaucrats-turned-pundits, cannot deny that he made false statements to FBI agents and the IG. Rather, they argue that the 21-year senior law-enforcement official did not mean to lie, that he was too distracted by his high-level responsibilities to focus on anything as mundane as a leak — even though he seemed pretty damned focused on the leak while he was orchestrating it.The “he did not believe he intentionally misled them” defense is not just implausible; it proved unavailing on McCabe’s watch, at least in General Flynn’s case. Hence, McCabe has a back-up plan: To argue that it would be extraordinary — and thus unconstitutionally selective and retaliatory — for the Justice Department to prosecute a former official for false statements in a “mere” administrative inquiry (which the leak probe was), as opposed to a criminal investigation. Again, tell that to Flynn, with whom the FBI conducted a brace-style interview — at the White House, without his counsel present, and in blithe disregard of procedures for FBI interviews of the president’s staff — despite the absence of a sound investigative basis for doing so, and whom Mueller’s maulers squeezed into a guilty plea anyway.It will be a while before we learn the whole story of why the Justice Department walked away from the McCabe case, if we ever do. I have some supposition to offer on that score. First, however, it is worth revisiting the case against McCabe as outlined by the meticulous and highly regarded IG, Michael Horowitz. If you want to know why people are so angry, and why they are increasingly convinced that, for all President Trump’s “drain the swamp” rhetoric, a two-tiered justice system that rewards the well-connected is alive and well, consider the following.McCabe’s Leak In October 2016, McCabe directed his counsel, Lisa Page, to leak investigative information about the FBI’s Clinton Foundation probe to reporter Devlin Barrett, then of the Wall Street Journal. The leak had the effect of confirming the existence of the investigation, something the FBI is supposed to resist. While his high rank gave him the power to authorize such a disclosure if it were in the public interest, the IG found that McCabe’s leak “was clearly not within the public interest.”In fact, the Bureau’s then-director, James Comey, had tried to keep the Clinton Foundation probe under wraps, refusing to confirm or deny its existence even to the House Judiciary Committee. Comey had been right to stay mum: Public revelation would have harmed the probe and thrust the FBI deeper into the politics of the then-imminent 2016 presidential election, in which Hillary Clinton was the Democratic candidate and her investigation by the Bureau was an explosive campaign issue.Notwithstanding these concerns, according to Horowitz’s report, McCabe orchestrated the leak “to advance his personal interests” — to paint himself in a favorable light in comparison to Justice Department officials amid an internal dispute about the Clinton Foundation probe (specifically, about the Obama Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?

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Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged? The Justice Department announced Friday that it is closing its investigation of Andrew McCabe, the FBI’s former deputy director, over his false statements to investigators probing an unauthorized leak that McCabe had orchestrated. McCabe was fired in March 2018, shortly after a blistering Justice Department inspector general (IG) report concluded that he repeatedly and blatantly lied — or, as the Bureau lexicon puts it, “lacked candor” — when questioned, including under oath.Why not indict McCabe on felony false-statements charges? That is the question being pressed by incensed Trump supporters. After all, the constitutional guarantee of equal justice under the law is supposed to mean that McCabe gets the same quality of justice afforded to the sad sacks pursued with unseemly zeal by McCabe’s FBI and Robert Mueller’s prosecutors. George Papadopoulos was convicted of making a trivial false statement about the date of a meeting. Roger Stone was convicted of obstruction long after the special counsel knew there was no Trump–Russia conspiracy, even though his meanderings did not impede the investigation in any meaningful way. And in the case of Michael Flynn’s false-statements conviction, as McCabe himself acknowledged to the House Intelligence Committee, even the agents who interviewed him did not believe he intentionally misled them.I emphasize Flynn’s intent because purported lack of intent is McCabe’s principal defense, too. Even McCabe himself, to say nothing of his lawyers and his apologists in the anti-Trump network of bureaucrats-turned-pundits, cannot deny that he made false statements to FBI agents and the IG. Rather, they argue that the 21-year senior law-enforcement official did not mean to lie, that he was too distracted by his high-level responsibilities to focus on anything as mundane as a leak — even though he seemed pretty damned focused on the leak while he was orchestrating it.The “he did not believe he intentionally misled them” defense is not just implausible; it proved unavailing on McCabe’s watch, at least in General Flynn’s case. Hence, McCabe has a back-up plan: To argue that it would be extraordinary — and thus unconstitutionally selective and retaliatory — for the Justice Department to prosecute a former official for false statements in a “mere” administrative inquiry (which the leak probe was), as opposed to a criminal investigation. Again, tell that to Flynn, with whom the FBI conducted a brace-style interview — at the White House, without his counsel present, and in blithe disregard of procedures for FBI interviews of the president’s staff — despite the absence of a sound investigative basis for doing so, and whom Mueller’s maulers squeezed into a guilty plea anyway.It will be a while before we learn the whole story of why the Justice Department walked away from the McCabe case, if we ever do. I have some supposition to offer on that score. First, however, it is worth revisiting the case against McCabe as outlined by the meticulous and highly regarded IG, Michael Horowitz. If you want to know why people are so angry, and why they are increasingly convinced that, for all President Trump’s “drain the swamp” rhetoric, a two-tiered justice system that rewards the well-connected is alive and well, consider the following.McCabe’s Leak In October 2016, McCabe directed his counsel, Lisa Page, to leak investigative information about the FBI’s Clinton Foundation probe to reporter Devlin Barrett, then of the Wall Street Journal. The leak had the effect of confirming the existence of the investigation, something the FBI is supposed to resist. While his high rank gave him the power to authorize such a disclosure if it were in the public interest, the IG found that McCabe’s leak “was clearly not within the public interest.”In fact, the Bureau’s then-director, James Comey, had tried to keep the Clinton Foundation probe under wraps, refusing to confirm or deny its existence even to the House Judiciary Committee. Comey had been right to stay mum: Public revelation would have harmed the probe and thrust the FBI deeper into the politics of the then-imminent 2016 presidential election, in which Hillary Clinton was the Democratic candidate and her investigation by the Bureau was an explosive campaign issue.Notwithstanding these concerns, according to Horowitz’s report, McCabe orchestrated the leak “to advance his personal interests” — to paint himself in a favorable light in comparison to Justice Department officials amid an internal dispute about the Clinton Foundation probe (specifically, about the Obama Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?

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Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged? The Justice Department announced Friday that it is closing its investigation of Andrew McCabe, the FBI’s former deputy director, over his false statements to investigators probing an unauthorized leak that McCabe had orchestrated. McCabe was fired in March 2018, shortly after a blistering Justice Department inspector general (IG) report concluded that he repeatedly and blatantly lied — or, as the Bureau lexicon puts it, “lacked candor” — when questioned, including under oath.Why not indict McCabe on felony false-statements charges? That is the question being pressed by incensed Trump supporters. After all, the constitutional guarantee of equal justice under the law is supposed to mean that McCabe gets the same quality of justice afforded to the sad sacks pursued with unseemly zeal by McCabe’s FBI and Robert Mueller’s prosecutors. George Papadopoulos was convicted of making a trivial false statement about the date of a meeting. Roger Stone was convicted of obstruction long after the special counsel knew there was no Trump–Russia conspiracy, even though his meanderings did not impede the investigation in any meaningful way. And in the case of Michael Flynn’s false-statements conviction, as McCabe himself acknowledged to the House Intelligence Committee, even the agents who interviewed him did not believe he intentionally misled them.I emphasize Flynn’s intent because purported lack of intent is McCabe’s principal defense, too. Even McCabe himself, to say nothing of his lawyers and his apologists in the anti-Trump network of bureaucrats-turned-pundits, cannot deny that he made false statements to FBI agents and the IG. Rather, they argue that the 21-year senior law-enforcement official did not mean to lie, that he was too distracted by his high-level responsibilities to focus on anything as mundane as a leak — even though he seemed pretty damned focused on the leak while he was orchestrating it.The “he did not believe he intentionally misled them” defense is not just implausible; it proved unavailing on McCabe’s watch, at least in General Flynn’s case. Hence, McCabe has a back-up plan: To argue that it would be extraordinary — and thus unconstitutionally selective and retaliatory — for the Justice Department to prosecute a former official for false statements in a “mere” administrative inquiry (which the leak probe was), as opposed to a criminal investigation. Again, tell that to Flynn, with whom the FBI conducted a brace-style interview — at the White House, without his counsel present, and in blithe disregard of procedures for FBI interviews of the president’s staff — despite the absence of a sound investigative basis for doing so, and whom Mueller’s maulers squeezed into a guilty plea anyway.It will be a while before we learn the whole story of why the Justice Department walked away from the McCabe case, if we ever do. I have some supposition to offer on that score. First, however, it is worth revisiting the case against McCabe as outlined by the meticulous and highly regarded IG, Michael Horowitz. If you want to know why people are so angry, and why they are increasingly convinced that, for all President Trump’s “drain the swamp” rhetoric, a two-tiered justice system that rewards the well-connected is alive and well, consider the following.McCabe’s Leak In October 2016, McCabe directed his counsel, Lisa Page, to leak investigative information about the FBI’s Clinton Foundation probe to reporter Devlin Barrett, then of the Wall Street Journal. The leak had the effect of confirming the existence of the investigation, something the FBI is supposed to resist. While his high rank gave him the power to authorize such a disclosure if it were in the public interest, the IG found that McCabe’s leak “was clearly not within the public interest.”In fact, the Bureau’s then-director, James Comey, had tried to keep the Clinton Foundation probe under wraps, refusing to confirm or deny its existence even to the House Judiciary Committee. Comey had been right to stay mum: Public revelation would have harmed the probe and thrust the FBI deeper into the politics of the then-imminent 2016 presidential election, in which Hillary Clinton was the Democratic candidate and her investigation by the Bureau was an explosive campaign issue.Notwithstanding these concerns, according to Horowitz’s report, McCabe orchestrated the leak “to advance his personal interests” — to paint himself in a favorable light in comparison to Justice Department officials amid an internal dispute about the Clinton Foundation probe (specifically, about the Obama Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?

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Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged? The Justice Department announced Friday that it is closing its investigation of Andrew McCabe, the FBI’s former deputy director, over his false statements to investigators probing an unauthorized leak that McCabe had orchestrated. McCabe was fired in March 2018, shortly after a blistering Justice Department inspector general (IG) report concluded that he repeatedly and blatantly lied — or, as the Bureau lexicon puts it, “lacked candor” — when questioned, including under oath.Why not indict McCabe on felony false-statements charges? That is the question being pressed by incensed Trump supporters. After all, the constitutional guarantee of equal justice under the law is supposed to mean that McCabe gets the same quality of justice afforded to the sad sacks pursued with unseemly zeal by McCabe’s FBI and Robert Mueller’s prosecutors. George Papadopoulos was convicted of making a trivial false statement about the date of a meeting. Roger Stone was convicted of obstruction long after the special counsel knew there was no Trump–Russia conspiracy, even though his meanderings did not impede the investigation in any meaningful way. And in the case of Michael Flynn’s false-statements conviction, as McCabe himself acknowledged to the House Intelligence Committee, even the agents who interviewed him did not believe he intentionally misled them.I emphasize Flynn’s intent because purported lack of intent is McCabe’s principal defense, too. Even McCabe himself, to say nothing of his lawyers and his apologists in the anti-Trump network of bureaucrats-turned-pundits, cannot deny that he made false statements to FBI agents and the IG. Rather, they argue that the 21-year senior law-enforcement official did not mean to lie, that he was too distracted by his high-level responsibilities to focus on anything as mundane as a leak — even though he seemed pretty damned focused on the leak while he was orchestrating it.The “he did not believe he intentionally misled them” defense is not just implausible; it proved unavailing on McCabe’s watch, at least in General Flynn’s case. Hence, McCabe has a back-up plan: To argue that it would be extraordinary — and thus unconstitutionally selective and retaliatory — for the Justice Department to prosecute a former official for false statements in a “mere” administrative inquiry (which the leak probe was), as opposed to a criminal investigation. Again, tell that to Flynn, with whom the FBI conducted a brace-style interview — at the White House, without his counsel present, and in blithe disregard of procedures for FBI interviews of the president’s staff — despite the absence of a sound investigative basis for doing so, and whom Mueller’s maulers squeezed into a guilty plea anyway.It will be a while before we learn the whole story of why the Justice Department walked away from the McCabe case, if we ever do. I have some supposition to offer on that score. First, however, it is worth revisiting the case against McCabe as outlined by the meticulous and highly regarded IG, Michael Horowitz. If you want to know why people are so angry, and why they are increasingly convinced that, for all President Trump’s “drain the swamp” rhetoric, a two-tiered justice system that rewards the well-connected is alive and well, consider the following.McCabe’s Leak In October 2016, McCabe directed his counsel, Lisa Page, to leak investigative information about the FBI’s Clinton Foundation probe to reporter Devlin Barrett, then of the Wall Street Journal. The leak had the effect of confirming the existence of the investigation, something the FBI is supposed to resist. While his high rank gave him the power to authorize such a disclosure if it were in the public interest, the IG found that McCabe’s leak “was clearly not within the public interest.”In fact, the Bureau’s then-director, James Comey, had tried to keep the Clinton Foundation probe under wraps, refusing to confirm or deny its existence even to the House Judiciary Committee. Comey had been right to stay mum: Public revelation would have harmed the probe and thrust the FBI deeper into the politics of the then-imminent 2016 presidential election, in which Hillary Clinton was the Democratic candidate and her investigation by the Bureau was an explosive campaign issue.Notwithstanding these concerns, according to Horowitz’s report, McCabe orchestrated the leak “to advance his personal interests” — to paint himself in a favorable light in comparison to Justice Department officials amid an internal dispute about the Clinton Foundation probe (specifically, about the Obama Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?

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Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged? The Justice Department announced Friday that it is closing its investigation of Andrew McCabe, the FBI’s former deputy director, over his false statements to investigators probing an unauthorized leak that McCabe had orchestrated. McCabe was fired in March 2018, shortly after a blistering Justice Department inspector general (IG) report concluded that he repeatedly and blatantly lied — or, as the Bureau lexicon puts it, “lacked candor” — when questioned, including under oath.Why not indict McCabe on felony false-statements charges? That is the question being pressed by incensed Trump supporters. After all, the constitutional guarantee of equal justice under the law is supposed to mean that McCabe gets the same quality of justice afforded to the sad sacks pursued with unseemly zeal by McCabe’s FBI and Robert Mueller’s prosecutors. George Papadopoulos was convicted of making a trivial false statement about the date of a meeting. Roger Stone was convicted of obstruction long after the special counsel knew there was no Trump–Russia conspiracy, even though his meanderings did not impede the investigation in any meaningful way. And in the case of Michael Flynn’s false-statements conviction, as McCabe himself acknowledged to the House Intelligence Committee, even the agents who interviewed him did not believe he intentionally misled them.I emphasize Flynn’s intent because purported lack of intent is McCabe’s principal defense, too. Even McCabe himself, to say nothing of his lawyers and his apologists in the anti-Trump network of bureaucrats-turned-pundits, cannot deny that he made false statements to FBI agents and the IG. Rather, they argue that the 21-year senior law-enforcement official did not mean to lie, that he was too distracted by his high-level responsibilities to focus on anything as mundane as a leak — even though he seemed pretty damned focused on the leak while he was orchestrating it.The “he did not believe he intentionally misled them” defense is not just implausible; it proved unavailing on McCabe’s watch, at least in General Flynn’s case. Hence, McCabe has a back-up plan: To argue that it would be extraordinary — and thus unconstitutionally selective and retaliatory — for the Justice Department to prosecute a former official for false statements in a “mere” administrative inquiry (which the leak probe was), as opposed to a criminal investigation. Again, tell that to Flynn, with whom the FBI conducted a brace-style interview — at the White House, without his counsel present, and in blithe disregard of procedures for FBI interviews of the president’s staff — despite the absence of a sound investigative basis for doing so, and whom Mueller’s maulers squeezed into a guilty plea anyway.It will be a while before we learn the whole story of why the Justice Department walked away from the McCabe case, if we ever do. I have some supposition to offer on that score. First, however, it is worth revisiting the case against McCabe as outlined by the meticulous and highly regarded IG, Michael Horowitz. If you want to know why people are so angry, and why they are increasingly convinced that, for all President Trump’s “drain the swamp” rhetoric, a two-tiered justice system that rewards the well-connected is alive and well, consider the following.McCabe’s Leak In October 2016, McCabe directed his counsel, Lisa Page, to leak investigative information about the FBI’s Clinton Foundation probe to reporter Devlin Barrett, then of the Wall Street Journal. The leak had the effect of confirming the existence of the investigation, something the FBI is supposed to resist. While his high rank gave him the power to authorize such a disclosure if it were in the public interest, the IG found that McCabe’s leak “was clearly not within the public interest.”In fact, the Bureau’s then-director, James Comey, had tried to keep the Clinton Foundation probe under wraps, refusing to confirm or deny its existence even to the House Judiciary Committee. Comey had been right to stay mum: Public revelation would have harmed the probe and thrust the FBI deeper into the politics of the then-imminent 2016 presidential election, in which Hillary Clinton was the Democratic candidate and her investigation by the Bureau was an explosive campaign issue.Notwithstanding these concerns, according to Horowitz’s report, McCabe orchestrated the leak “to advance his personal interests” — to paint himself in a favorable light in comparison to Justice Department officials amid an internal dispute about the Clinton Foundation probe (specifically, about the Obama Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged?

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Why Wasn’t Andrew McCabe Charged? The Justice Department announced Friday that it is closing its investigation of Andrew McCabe, the FBI’s former deputy director, over his false statements to investigators probing an unauthorized leak that McCabe had orchestrated. McCabe was fired in March 2018, shortly after a blistering Justice Department inspector general (IG) report concluded that he repeatedly and blatantly lied — or, as the Bureau lexicon puts it, “lacked candor” — when questioned, including under oath.Why not indict McCabe on felony false-statements charges? That is the question being pressed by incensed Trump supporters. After all, the constitutional guarantee of equal justice under the law is supposed to mean that McCabe gets the same quality of justice afforded to the sad sacks pursued with unseemly zeal by McCabe’s FBI and Robert Mueller’s prosecutors. George Papadopoulos was convicted of making a trivial false statement about the date of a meeting. Roger Stone was convicted of obstruction long after the special counsel knew there was no Trump–Russia conspiracy, even though his meanderings did not impede the investigation in any meaningful way. And in the case of Michael Flynn’s false-statements conviction, as McCabe himself acknowledged to the House Intelligence Committee, even the agents who interviewed him did not believe he intentionally misled them.I emphasize Flynn’s intent because purported lack of intent is McCabe’s principal defense, too. Even McCabe himself, to say nothing of his lawyers and his apologists in the anti-Trump network of bureaucrats-turned-pundits, cannot deny that he made false statements to FBI agents and the IG. Rather, they argue that the 21-year senior law-enforcement official did not mean to lie, that he was too distracted by his high-level responsibilities to focus on anything as mundane as a leak — even though he seemed pretty damned focused on the leak while he was orchestrating it.The “he did not believe he intentionally misled them” defense is not just implausible; it proved unavailing on McCabe’s watch, at least in General Flynn’s case. Hence, McCabe has a back-up plan: To argue that it would be extraordinary — and thus unconstitutionally selective and retaliatory — for the Justice Department to prosecute a former official for false statements in a “mere” administrative inquiry (which the leak probe was), as opposed to a criminal investigation. Again, tell that to Flynn, with whom the FBI conducted a brace-style interview — at the White House, without his counsel present, and in blithe disregard of procedures for FBI interviews of the president’s staff — despite the absence of a sound investigative basis for doing so, and whom Mueller’s maulers squeezed into a guilty plea anyway.It will be a while before we learn the whole story of why the Justice Department walked away from the McCabe case, if we ever do. I have some supposition to offer on that score. First, however, it is worth revisiting the case against McCabe as outlined by the meticulous and highly regarded IG, Michael Horowitz. If you want to know why people are so angry, and why they are increasingly convinced that, for all President Trump’s “drain the swamp” rhetoric, a two-tiered justice system that rewards the well-connected is alive and well, consider the following.McCabe’s Leak In October 2016, McCabe directed his counsel, Lisa Page, to leak investigative information about the FBI’s Clinton Foundation probe to reporter Devlin Barrett, then of the Wall Street Journal. The leak had the effect of confirming the existence of the investigation, something the FBI is supposed to resist. While his high rank gave him the power to authorize such a disclosure if it were in the public interest, the IG found that McCabe’s leak “was clearly not within the public interest.”In fact, the Bureau’s then-director, James Comey, had tried to keep the Clinton Foundation probe under wraps, refusing to confirm or deny its existence even to the House Judiciary Committee. Comey had been right to stay mum: Public revelation would have harmed the probe and thrust the FBI deeper into the politics of the then-imminent 2016 presidential election, in which Hillary Clinton was the Democratic candidate and her investigation by the Bureau was an explosive campaign issue.Notwithstanding these concerns, according to Horowitz’s report, McCabe orchestrated the leak “to advance his personal interests” — to paint himself in a favorable light in comparison to Justice Department officials amid an internal dispute about the Clinton Foundation probe (specifically, about the Obama Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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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: Radikální zdražování potravin a nákladů na bydlení.

Tomio Okamura 17.02.2020, 10:46

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Tomio Okamura: SPD prosazuje otevření otázky vypořádání válečných reparací.

Tomio Okamura 17.02.2020, 10:26

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Tomio Okamura: EU dnes - Svoboda je otroctví George Orwell.

Tomio Okamura 17.02.2020, 10:19

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Tomio Okamura: ČT24 Události komentáře - Křeček.

Tomio Okamura 17.02.2020, 10:17

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Tomio Okamura: Zrušit lustrační zákon nebo ne?

Tomio Okamura 14.02.2020, 20:16

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Česká televize

Finále: Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková - Valčík

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 14:29

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Finále: Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková - Freestyle

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 14:23

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Finále: Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková - Slowfox

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 14:18

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Finále: Jakub Vágner a Michaela Nováková - Chacha

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 14:07

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Finále: Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová - současný tanec

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 14:03

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Finále: Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová - Freestyle

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 13:59

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Finále: Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová - Tango

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 13:54

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Finále: Matouš Ruml a Natálie Otáhalová - Jive

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 13:49

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Finále: Veronika Khek Kubařová a Dominik Vodička - Současný tanec

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 13:38

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Finále: Veronika Khek Kubařová a Dominik Vodička - Freestyle

Česká televize 17.12.2019, 13:34

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ParlamentníListy.cz

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Česká politická scéna jako na dlani

„Dvě mega? Pche. Čtyři? Néé! Šest? Furt málo. Vosum.“ Tolik milionů dostal Člověk v tísni i od Pirátů na festival, který ukázal, jak muž vylíže rty silikonové panně

18.02.2020, 04:43

ParlamentníListy.cz pokračují v interpretaci závazných dokumentů, které lze běžně najít v oficiálních registrech. Protentokrát naše redakce narazila na takzvanou veřejnoprávní smlouvu o poskytnutí víceleté účelové neinvestiční dotace – víceletého grantu – pro obecně prospěšnou společnost Člověk v tísni.
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„Krvavá Madlenko, ty jsi jen prachsprostá zlodějka!“ „Český národ nikdy Kosovo neuzná“. Připomínka „dne uloupení“ byla ještě bouřlivější, než jindy

17.02.2020, 22:17

REPORTÁŽ „Prachsprostá zlodějko Albrightová, všechno to vrátíš!“ I to znělo v pondělí večer Václavským náměstím v Praze, kde se lidé sešli vyjádřit nesouhlas s jednostranným odtržením Kosova srbskému státu.
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Křečku, neprojdeš? Blokáda úřadu ombudsmana jde nečekaným směrem. Toto asi nečekali

17.02.2020, 18:51

ANKETA Bránit Stanislavu Křečkovi v nástupu do úřadu ombudsmana vlastním tělem? Takový je záměr aktivisty Jakuba Patočky. Jenže s tím narazil u českých politiků, mezi nimiž na takovou formu protestu panuje vzácná shoda. Padla dokonce slova o porušení zákona nebo fašismu.
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Rozřezané pneumatiky, rozbitá skla u aut... Slavík Tomáš Ortel se rozpovídal, čemu čelí jeho kapela

17.02.2020, 21:27

ROZHOVOR „Nejčastěji se organizátor zalekne medializace daného koncertu, nebo je na majitele vyvíjen nátlak od zastupitelů obcí či měst, aby koncert naší kapely nepořádal,“ vypočítává důvody, kvůli kterým je občas zrušen koncert skupiny Ortel, zpěvák, skladatel a textař Tomáš Ortel. V rozhovoru pro ParlamentníListy.cz se vyjádřil ke zprávě, že kapela letos nevystoupí na řípské pouti, i k postoji některých svých kolegů vůči Ortelu. „Je vskutku zarážející, že se tu svoboda vyjadřování a svoboda projevu dělí na správný a uznávaný názor a na ten nepohodlný a často dehonestovaný pohled jedince,“ říká pak ke slovům o cenzuře, které z některých míst zaznívají. Prozradil také, která z písní Ortelu vyvolává největší „vášně“.
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Privatizace? Děti komunistů tunelovaly, co šlo. Muž, který viděl mnohé, vás pobaví 90. léty. Nebo spíš nepobaví

17.02.2020, 16:59

30 LET POTÉ – KROKY K DEMOKRACII V druhé části svého vzpomínání na počátky české a slovenské demokracie se bezpečnostní analytik Milan Žitný zaměřil na počátky podsvětí a prolínání politiky a byznysu. Nemůžeme opomenout privatizaci ani rozdíly mezi oběma částmi bývalé federace. A došlo samozřejmě i na nejznámější příběhy, ať už je to v Česku Viktor Kožený, nebo na Slovensku Ján Ducký, zavražděný exministr hospodářství.
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Manipulace s pamětí národa

Vlastimil Podracký 17.02.2020, 00:10

Stále jsme konfrontováni se snahou měnit proti národnímu zájmu historická fakta a vnášet do nového výkladu politické zájmy pomocí viditelně lživé propagandy. Propaganda používá ony známé goebbelsovské metody, tak známé, že už by je měl každý dávno znát. Je to jednak selektování dějů tak, aby určité se vůbec nepřipomínaly, naopak jiné se zvýraznily a založilo se na nich nové tvrzení. To je třeba případ českých četníků v táboře v Letech, kteří se prý chovali nepatřičně. Ale neříká se, že tábor byl veden okupační správou, četníci poslouchali německé nadřízené, kdyby se chovali jinak, následovalo by jejich uvržení do podobného tábora. To samozřejmě nevylučuje selhání jednotlivců, ale potom nelze mluvit o „Češích“, ale o výjimkách. Jestliže lidická žena několik dní před vyhlazením její obce udala židovku, kterou předtím přechovávala, možná i několik let za obrovského rizika, udělala to na základě obavy ze stanného práva, které bylo vyhlášeno po likvidaci Heydricha a hlavně z obavy, aby nacistická komanda, která přepadala domácnosti, na ni nepřišla, protože jinak ubytovatelku v nejlepším případě čekal koncentrák.
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Co dělat?

Jan Vítek 15.02.2020, 00:10

Během noci narazilo na Azurové pobřeží sto lodí přeplněných vystěhovalci. Přicházejí hledat naději. Vzbuzují lítost. Jsou slabí jako jedinci a zároveň nesmírně silní. Jejich úděsná síla spočívá v bezmezném množství.… Popisem úmyslného ztroskotání vysloužilých parníků s lidským nákladem začíná dystopický román francouzského spisovatele Jean Raspaila Le Camp des Saints, který je k dostání v českém překladu pod titulem Tábor svatých. (K objednání napište paní Zuzaně Adamsonové) Měl by být povinnou četbou v každé rodině. Existenciální otázky, které položil před téměř padesáti lety, kdy vyšel poprvé, připadaly tehdy fiktivní. Pro nás jsou dnes skutečnou a bezprostřední výzvou, k níž se musíme postavit čelem.
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Čína - osočování Západem - vs. západní biologické válčení?

Peter Koenig 14.02.2020, 00:10

Generální ředitel Světové zdravotnické organizace (WHO) Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 29. ledna uvedl, že není žádný důvod k tomu, aby byla nákaza koronavirem 2019-nCoV v Číně prohlášena za pandemické riziko. 30. ledna prohlásil, že virus představuje globální stav zdravotní nouze, ale objasnil, že není žádný důvod k tomu, aby země vydávaly doporučení necestovat do Číny. Nyní budu spekulovat - „globální stav zdravotní nouze“ byl vyhlášen na žádost Washingtonu a poznámku ohledně cestovních doporučení přidal sám Dr. Tedros, neboť si uvědomil, že není důvod k panice, že Čína dělá zázraky, aby zastavila šíření viru a detekovala virus včas.
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Nechť nám ČT sdělí, jakou to nestrannost a svobodu má vlastně na mysli

Lubomír Man 13.02.2020, 00:20

Kodex ČT, schválený poslaneckou sněmovnou Parlamentu ČT v červenci 2003, který má být jakýmsi etickým vodítkem pro každodenní praxi pracovníků ČT, představuje skutečně útěšlivé čtení. Pročítáte si jej a neubráníte se dojmu, že tohle mohli sepsat jedině lidé ryzího charakteru a současně též nejvěrnější pokračovatelé díla a myšlení našich velikánů ducha nejnepochybnějších, jakými jsou Jan Hus a T.G. Masaryk. Jen si zásady Kodexu ČT poslechněte a příjemno v duši se vám udělá při pomyšlení, že takováto vznešenost ducha vůbec v tomto pokaženém světě ještě existuje, že je jí dovoleno promluvit, a že je jí na naší české půdě dokonce určeno, že by to měla být právě ona, která povede slova a činy pracovníků ČT k cíli, jímž má být lepší a mravnější národ..
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Zbraň nebo nákaza?

Jan Vítek 13.02.2020, 00:10

Zásadní a nejdůležitější otázka rozporuplné debaty o koronaviru z Wu- chanu zní: byl uměle „ozbrojen“ tak, aby se šířil rychleji a zabíjel houfněji? Epidemie vstupuje do období zlomu nebo průlomu.
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Merkelová: Volba durynského premiéra je neomluvitelná, a proto musí být zrušena

Maru 12.02.2020, 00:20

Jsme svědky otevřeného nástupu fašismu v Evropě. Jeho nositeli však nejsou patriotické strany jako německá AFD. Fašismus nyní nastupuje s podporou spektra tzv. klasických demokratických stran, které odmítají respektovat výsledky svobodných demokratických voleb.
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Sociální experiment Žít Brno

Martin Veselý 12.02.2020, 00:10

Žijete z dávek? Dlužíte městu na nájemném? Pak jste ideální kandidáti na to, abyste dostali nově zařízený byt, za který nemusíte platit. Že je to divné? Ne tak v sociálním experimentu neomarxistů z Žít Brno.
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Dobíjení e-aut zdražuje

David Dvořák 11.02.2020, 00:10

Řekl bych, že je nejvyšší čas osvětlit všem eurohujerům a zeleně svítícím sluníčkám, co obnáší definice užitečného idiota. Definici sice najdeme na Wikipedii, ale stručně a jasně - užitečný idiot je hodně aktivní hňup, který propaguje něco, o čem ví kulové. A jak se dříve říkalo, iniciativní blbec je horší než třídní nepřítel.
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