While we know little of the specific findings in the Mueller report, we still can still take some lessons from the experience, although not the ones many had hoped. But first we should review the basics of Mueller’s investigation. Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election was met
The Roundtable is Torchlight staff’s discussion of news and events. The text has been lightly edited for clarity, and some links were added after the fact. This conversation happened on March 18, 2018. Tom Rich, Editor-in-Chief Welcome to the Roundtable, where Torchlight staff discuss the news and events of the past week. We’d love to
If you had not heard of Sam Nunberg before Monday, you are not alone. However, his awesome (in the classic sense of the word) meltdown on live television is so stark, singular, and self-immolating that we now need to know who he was, and what exactly happened. Mr. Nunberg was originally an advisor to then
Josh Kyu Saiewitz, Sr. Managing Editor Welcome to the Roundtable, Torchlight’s discussions of news and events. In this week’s Roundtable, we’ll be discussing propaganda in all its forms—and the way the machine seems to be running at top speed to try and counter these very real recent indictments by the Mueller team. Let’s start specifically
On May 18, former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed as Special Counsel to investigate possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. What precisely does that entail? What powers and authority will Mueller have? Where do they come from? And how much trouble could it mean for the Trump administration? Let’s take a look.
“Those were lies, plain and simple” – Fired FBI director James Comey On Thursday, May 11, I attended the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on worldwide threats. The most anticipated topic of discussion was Russia’s interference with the U.S. elections, and more specifically, Director of the FBI James Comey’s firing that happened barely 48 hours before.