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    Share this: The federal court-authorized search of former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate has brought renewed attention to the obscure but infamous law known as the Espionage Act of 1917. A section of the law was listed as one of three potential violations under Justice Department investigation. The Espionage Act has historically been employed most often by law-and-order conservatives. But the biggest uptick in its use occurred during the Obama administration, which used it as the hammer of choice for national security leakers and whistleblowers. Regardless of whom it is used to prosecute, it unfailingly prompts consternation and outrage. We are both attorneys who specialize in and teach national security law. While navigating the sound and fury over the Trump search, here are a few things to note about the Espionage Act.
    Monday on FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) sounded the alarm over the record-high inflation and its effects on food costs. Noem emphasized that the United States had a “food crisis” on its hands. She noted the difference between now and when former President Donald Trump was in the White House. “It’s amazing how people’s grocery shopping habits have completely changed because of inflation and the food supply, prices going up,” Noem explained. “You know, that’s the thing. In South Dakota, we grow the world’s food. It’s right there, but because there’s so much government intervention and control by conglomerates and even companies that aren’t owned in the United States of America, we do have a food crisis on our hands. And this is something I’ve been talking about for 10 or 15 years, really, is that food security is national security. When we don’t feed ourselves in this country, and we don’t control our own food supply, then another country controls us. And so, this is something our federal government, our president, needs to start caring...
    Fox’s Maria Bartiromo asked Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz whether he would diagnose President Joe Biden with dementia during a Tuesday interview. Appearing on Mornings with Maria, Dr. Oz promoted his Senate run against Democrat John Fetterman, called for “energy independence,” and urged Democrats to ditch the president’s policies amid numerous crises to vote Republican in November. Bartiromo turned the conversation, at one point, to Biden’s cognitive abilities. Dr. Oz is a cardiothoracic surgeon and Biden is obviously not under his care, but Bartiromo bluntly asked him, “Let’s take a look at all of these gaffes that we are watching on display every day from this president. You’re a doctor, does he have dementia? Is this a national security issue?” Dr. Oz responded with laughter and eventually said part of his hippocratic oath as a doctor prevents him from answering such a question. “Part of the hippocratic oath is you don’t doctor on people who don’t want your help. I’m not taking care of him. I can’t speak to that issue,” he said, then turning the conversation back to Biden’s...
    YOU need to check your iPhone now or risk being hacked, experts have warned. An urgent security fix has been issued by Apple that all iPhone users should download immediately. 1Update your iPhone todayCredit: Apple The new software version of iOS 15.0.2, and patches the vulnerability. Similar updates are available for Apple Watch and iPad owners. To check your version on iPhone, go to Settings > General > Software Update. If the number is lower than 15.0.2 then you need to update your device immediately. Apple has said one of the bugs may already be under attack on iPad and iPhone. It could allow a cyber criminal to exploit the "IOMobileFrameBuffer" and intrude on your device. Most read in TechFACE OFF Warning to DELETE Facebook as angry users race to quit appMICRO-HARD! Microsoft warns of 'BIGGEST cyberattack ever' from 70,000 computers across AsiaHURRY! Nintendo Switch OLED RESTOCK at Amazon - consoles going fastPANIC BUTTON Warning to fix your iPhone TODAY as Apple warns 'users being hacked right now'SCAM ATTACK iPhone, Android and Gmail users need to check for these messages...
    US Soccer Team Captain Megan Rapinoe had to persuade bouncers to let Ozark star Julia Garner and her friends get into Rhianna's Met Gala after party on Monday night. In video obtained by DailyMail.com, Garner could be seen standing in the middle of a crowd outside the celebrity party as a security guard appears to try to keep her back. Garner tries to raise her hand to signal another security guard blocking the entrance, but to no avail, at which point she tries to push her way through security and try to explain her situation to the bouncer at the front. When she finally reaches the front, one of the bouncers seems to recognize her, to which she replies: 'Yes, OK, let's go,' and waves to another guest behind her to follow her. The guard then tries to stop the other guest from coming through, saying he could not let everyone in, but Rapinoe explains to the guard that they are both on the proverbial list, saying 'No, no, just two.' He then lets Garner and her friend pass, as Rapinoe...
    Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) said on Thursday that she plans to keep having private security while still calling for defunding the police. During an interview on CBS News’ streaming service, CBSN, co-anchor Vladimir Duthiers asked Bush, “You faced some criticism in recent weeks over your push to defund the police. Campaign records show that you spent roughly $70,000 on private security. Critics say that move is hypocritical. What’s your response to those critics?” Bush responded, “They would rather I die? You would rather me die. Is that what you’d want me to see? You want to see me die? You know, because that could be the alternative.” “So either I spend $70,000 on private security over the last few months and I’m here standing now and able to speak. Able to help save 11 million people from being evicted,” she continued, referring to her protest outside the steps of the U.S. Capitol in protest of the CDC not extending its eviction moratorium, causing the agency to issue a new one on Tuesday. “Or I could possibly have a death attempt...
    Fox News contributor Dan Bongino ripped President Joe Biden's immigration policy on "Fox & Friends," and said that we don't have a country without a border. BORDER 'DISORDER' EXPLOITED BY POTENTIAL TERRORISTS, GOP LAWMAKERS SAY DAN BONGINO: "Who is the genius who’s sitting in a board room in Washington D.C. somewhere, or up on Capitol Hill saying, 'I’ve got a better idea. As we’re giving people money to tax it back let’s just open the southern border in the middle of a pandemic because this is a spectacular idea. There is nothing better than this.' Does anyone in that room say folks I have a question, I’m going to raise my hand. Not only are we in the middle of a pandemic, but we have this whole national security thing we’ve been talking about where we should probably vet people coming into the country. And everybody is like 'look at this idiot – national security, pandemic, borders – who needs any of that crap?' CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP We have a border. Is there a country in the...
    Former CIA Director John Brennan said Tuesday on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut” that he believed the Biden administration will properly address the threat of domestic extremists because “now we have adults in the White House.” Anchor Joy Reid said, “What should we be worried about? Should we worried about the inaugural in the near future? There’s the whole QAnon conspiracy that on the 14th, somehow Donald Trump is going to be inaugurated. What is keeping you up at night? Brennan said, “Well, I think there could be any number of flashpoints that could motivate these individuals to take violence into their own hands once again. But what gives me a sense of optimism here is that we now have a White House that is focused on this issue. We have competent people in charge..” He continued, “One of the things I still don’t know whether or not there was any discussions and meetings that the White House had prior to the January 6 event because it was quite clear that all these various groups were going to be descending upon Washington. When I was...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA had to be pulled away from Kubrat Pulev at their Friday weigh-in as the Saturday fight threatened to start early. AJ, 31, got his giant right hand on the Bulgarian’s left shoulder after the 39-year-old veteran overstepped the mark as a war of words broke out in a chorus of screams and shouts from his team. 6Joshua and Pulev's weigh-in erupted in a sea of shoves and screamsCredit: ©Mark Robinson/Matchroom 6Pulev and his team aggressively confronted AJ during the weigh-in, with the Brit standing firmCredit: ©Mark Robinson/Matchroom 6Joshua and Pulev had to be separated after their furious confrontationCredit: ©Mark Robinson/Matchroom Joshua weighed-in at 17st 2lbs, three pounds heavier than he was for the rematch win over Andy Ruiz Jr in December 2019. And after both fighters completed the formalities, they broke out into a battle of shouting and finger wagging, following by a round of fist punching. Eddie Hearn later confessed the brawl was NOT staged and he 'has the skid marks' to prove it as security guards held back members of Pulev's team. On the scuffle, AJ...
    Covid vaccine distributions: States tough questions about who should get Covid-19 vaccines after the initial groups Google will end political ad ban this week 3 Signs Youll Have Retirement Regrets Retirement is a milestone almost everyone experiences. When you reach it, you want to enjoy the fruits of your labor in your later years. Unfortunately, not everyone gets that chance. In fact, far too many Americans dread the day they'll have to leave the workforce because they're worried about how to survive financially once paychecks stop coming. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Signs You'll Have Retirement Regrets So how can you tell if you'll end up as one of the millions of retirees with major financial regrets? Watch for these three big red flags suggesting this will be your fate.  © Getty Images Upset older couple looking at laptop and financial papers. 1. You haven't set retirement savings goals You'll need savings if you don't want to struggle in retirement -- Social Security alone can't support you. To have enough for financial security, you must invest enough...
    Dear MarketWatch, I’m a 63-year-old widow laid off from my restaurant job of 34 years. I’ll never be able to make the money I was making before COVID. I was going to work for a few more years to pay off some bills. I was thinking about getting survivor’s benefits from Social Security and letting my benefits build for a few more years, then work part time. I don’t have a lot of savings as I worked paycheck to paycheck, I have about $40,000 in my 401(k). I owe $100,000 on my house. I’m kind of lost right now, no job and afraid to go back because I’m in the high-risk category. Advice would be appreciated. Thank you. See: I have a seven-figure nest egg — am I saving too much for retirement? Dear reader, I’m so sorry you’re going through this. You are not alone — millions of Americans have been laid off because of the current pandemic, and not everyone knows what their next steps will be in this type of environment. First,...
    South Dakota Republican Governor Kristi Noem is having a $400,000 security fence built around the governor’s official residence at the insistence of her security team, which deemed it to be “critical at this time.” “Noem’s office did not give specifics on any threats, but her spokeswoman Maggie Seidel said her security team recommended the fence,” the Associate Press reported. Noem “raised her national political profile in the past year, including tying herself more closely to President Donald Trump, who spoke at Mount Rushmore on the eve of Independence Day this year.” “In America, we debate issues; we don’t turn to violence,” Seidel said. “But it only takes one, and per the Governor’s security team, putting up a fence around the residence is critical at this time.” The construction of the fence comes as political violence has skyrocketed in recent months with violent riots breaking out in Democrat-controlled cities across the country. Noem has been one of the governors at the forefront of trying to get kids back into school for the upcoming school year and has been known to have...
    NBC News reporter Ben Collins joined Ali Velshi on The Rachel Maddow Show Wednesday night to talk about the alarming Twitter hack that targeted multiple prominent user accounts belonging to figures like Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and more. “This could have been a really dangerous day, not just for democracy but for the world,” Collins said. “You know, we don’t really fully understand what happened yet. Neither does Twitter… We don’t know if the people who hacked this had access to people’s private direct messages. If they did, that’s a national security issue, frankly.” There are serious implications to this particular hack, and Collins even referenced President Donald Trump’s own Twitter account to say, “These people could have done an incredible amount of harm. Maybe they still can. We don’t really fully know yet. We’re lucky this didn’t happen on November 1st, November 2nd, and it happened now, and all they wanted was some money.” Senator Josh Hawley (R- MO) sent a letter to Twitter after the hack asking about its security measures and how...
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