Sam Rolley Archive
Sam Rolley Staff writer Sam Rolley began a career in journalism working for a small town newspaper while seeking a B.A. in English. After learning about many of the biases present in most modern newsrooms, Rolley became determined to find a position in journalism that would allow him to combat the unsavory image that the news industry has gained. He is dedicated to seeking the truth and exposing the lies disseminated by the mainstream media at the behest of their corporate masters, special interest groups and information gatekeepers. Email this author.
Jerad Miller, a felon and reported advocate of crystal meth use who — along with his wife, Amanda, fatally shot two Las Vegas police officers and an armed citizen who tried to intervene on Sunday — is anything but the patriotic Constitutionalist he purportedly fancied himself.
For years, “paranoid” surveillance critics have questioned whether cell phones could be used as listening devices by government snoops. Last month, National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden said that they can—even when they’re turned off. Tech experts have now confirmed Snowden’s claim. Snowden said last month that the NSA and the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters […]
President Barack Obama is looking for new ways to act “administratively, unilaterally using his executive authority” to enact new gun control legislation, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said during a press conference Tuesday. The official was responding to a journalist’s questions about the President’s reaction to news of a shooting that occurred at an Oregon […]
If you’ve enjoyed watching the Clinton Dynasty become a permanent fixture in liberal politics, you’re going to love this: Senator Michelle Obama. A column published by Reuters last week speculates that the first lady has her eye on Illinois Republican Senator Mark Kirk’s seat in 2016.
During a television appearance on Sunday National Security Advisor Susan Rice said that Pfc. (Sgt.) Bowe Bergdahl had served his country with “honor and distinction.” On Friday, CNN’s Jim Acosta called her out, hinting that she’s either a White House parrot or an outright liar. “I realize there has been lots of discussion and controversy […]
George Mason Law Professor Francis Buckley believes that President Barack Obama will be remembered as “the person who assumed king-like powers as President.” According to Buckley, Obama will be “the most consequential American president since George Washington.”
Thirty-seven whistle-blowers who helped to bring the veterans’ care scandal to light may have faced reprisals from leadership at the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to the government’s Office of Special Counsel.
President Barack Obama left no questions during a Thursday press conference in Brussels when he said that he makes “absolutely no apologies” for the prisoner swap which led to the return of Pfc. (Sgt., if you count promotions following his defection) Bowe Bergdahl. But that isn’t stopping many people in the United States from continuing […]
Newly appointed National Security Agency top dog Adm. Michael Rogers told an audience at a Bloomberg cybersecurity event on Tuesday that by “choice and by chance” anonymity is a thing of the past. His agency, the spy chief said, is caught in the middle of the shifting privacy paradigm.
A proposed Constitutional amendment would allow Congress to regulate and place limits on spending for Federal campaigns. Senator Ted Cruz blasted Democrats who support the amendment, claiming that it could represent the first step in government’s power to limit all manner of free speech.