According to the Justice Department's Inspector General, that's not right. The IG report released in December 2019 made clear that there was no "documentary or testimonial evidence that political bias or improper motivation influenced" that influenced the opening of the counterintelligence probe. It also found that the "FBI did not try to recruit members of the Trump campaign as [Confidential Human Sources], did not send CHSs to collect information in Trump campaign headquarters or Trump campaign spaces, and did not ask CHSs to join the Trump campaign or otherwise attend campaign related events as part of the investigation." (The IG report did find 17 "significant errors or omissions" in the way in which the FISA warrant application to suveill Page was submitted.) … [Read more...] about What today’s guilty plea in the Russia probe shows (and what it doesn’t)
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“With BCM closed, people who are struggling in that area have no local ministry providing assistance, so CAM makes food available to that zip code, 77084, as well and that is the area demonstrating the most need,” Ryan said. “More businesses are closing, unable to remain in operation with what has become a long-term time frame of fewer customers.” … [Read more...] about Cy-Fair COVID Resources: Where to find school supplies, online bill assistance and food
Under limited supervision of the Public Works Director, City Stormwater Engineer, and GIS Coordinator the candidate will be responsible for collecting field data of stormwater infrastructure and updating ArcGIS drainage maps as part of ongoing MS4 mapping improvements. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to collecting data using ArcGIS Collector and GPS Trimble survey equipment, importing survey data and updating ArcGIS drainage maps, performing water quality sampling and laboratory testing, and executing other various ArcGIS office tasks as needed. This is a full time, seasonal-temporary position. … [Read more...] about City Of Enumclaw Seeks GIS/Survey Intern
DeWeaver is one of only a few hundred Californians in the last decade who have had their criminal sentences commuted by the governor. When he was just 18, in a flash of violence in Oakland, he shot and killed a neighborhood rival at a dice game, resulting in a conviction for first-degree murder; he was also convicted of shooting and injuring a witness, and received a sentence of 67 years to life. Twenty years later, he was a published writer, the founder of his own justice-reform nonprofit and a leader of the first Society of Professional Journalists chapter at San Quentin State Prison. Everyone from Stanford professors to tech-industry professionals testified that he had transformed himself and was serving the community. In 2017, Gov. Jerry Brown agreed, commuting DeWeaver’s sentence to a lesser charge and allowing him to walk free a year later. … [Read more...] about California could cut its prison population in half and free 50,000 people. Amid pandemic, will the state act?
I’m worried about what Porter’s departure says about Zynga. After yesterday’s dismal results, the company appears to have very little gas left in the tank, and few new ideas. Clearly it has some management issues that may eclipse even a wild success with Draw Something 2. Maybe its jig is simply up — it sold as many purple cows and virtual bridges as Facebook time-wasters were willing to buy. Or maybe it doomed itself by pursuing expensive acquisitions like OMGPop and building derivative games that couldn’t sustain people’s interest for long enough to sell them stuff. … [Read more...] about What’s the Matter With Zynga?