Donald Trump: Hacking Investigations ’A Political Witch Hunt’

“They got beaten very badly in the election. I won more counties in the election than Ronald Reagan,” Donald Trump says of Democrats in an exclusive interview with the New York Times. “They are very embarrassed about it. To some extent, it’s a witch hunt. They just focus on this.”

Trump Rally in Sarasota Florida (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)

Cyberwar Defeat: U.S. Pulls Assets from China After OPM Hack

CNN reported Wednesday that a U.S. official has confirmed that “the United States is pulling spies from China as a result of the cyberattack that compromised the personal data of 21.5 million government workers.”

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U.S. Considers Cyberwar Sanctions Against Russia, China

Hard on the heels of reports that China and Russia are busy using stolen U.S. government data to identify American intelligence officers and assets, comes word that the Obama administration is considering retaliatory sanctions against Russian and Chinese targets.

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Cybersecurity Report: OPM Hackers May Have Added Data as Well as Stole It

A report on the breach of OPM’s computers systems by the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT) says hackers did not have to work very hard to gain entry. The report also raises a worrisome new possibility about what hackers might have been doing during the months they had undetected access: adding false data to the systems even as they were stealing from it.


OPM Director’s Resignation Statement Contains 3 Errors

Did outgoing OPM Director Katherine Archuleta write her own resignation statement? Perhaps it’s better to ask: Did she even bother to read her own resignation statement? In any case, the last word on Archuleta’s tenure contains three embarrassing mistakes in the span of 10 sentences.

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Chaffetz: OPM Hack ‘Sort of An Act of War’ In ‘Ghost War’

House Oversight Committee Chairman Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) argued that the OPM hack has “sort of an act of war” and that there is “sort of this ghost war” involving hacking and security on Friday’s “America’s Newsroom” on the Fox


Cyber Security Fail: Saluting Hillary Clinton for Not Trusting the Big Gov’t She Worships

Just for a moment, let us indulge McLaughlin and Clift and suppose Hillary Clinton, contrary to all available evidence and testimony, really did set up a private server because she thought the State Department system she was required to use was dangerously vulnerable. What does that tell us about Big Government and its high priestess? The Democrats who saddled us with a gigantic burden of taxes, deficit spending, and regulations don’t trust the multi-trillion-dollar government they’ve built.


Private Security Firm Believes They Know Who Is Behind OPM Hacks

FireEye, a private sector cybersecurity firm, told media that they believe they have discovered who was behind the massive hack on the federal Office of Personnel Management in which millions of federal employees’s data was stolen.


DC Admits Obamacare for Congress Scheme Unlawful

They didn’t fess up willingly, but after we applied the appropriate pressure, government officials responsible for operating the Washington, D.C. Obamacare “Small Business Exchange” have finally admitted that Congress is taking advantage of health benefits its members and staff are not entitled to claim.