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Anti-Trump March Organizers Met to Discuss Plans With Twitter/Facebook Execs

Daniel Greenfield, While Twitter and Facebook agreed to censor conservative news under the guise of fighting a “fake news” epidemic, tech executives have apparently been coordinating with anti-Trump protesters.  On February 10, behind closed doors in San Francisco, national organizers of the Women’s March on Washington met with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and other tech

Why We Are Losing the Cyber War

Steve King, U.S. ill-prepared to defend and engage in new world of asymmetrical cyber threats. For the better part of the last 10 years, we have been unwillingly engaged in a developing set of battles on several cyber-fronts, including business, healthcare, industry, education and government. These have been largely a disorganized set of skirmishes that usually

Trump Campaign Announces New COO Jeff DeWit

State Treasurer of Arizona and Early Trump Supporter Named COO (New York, N.Y.) July 27, 2016 – The Donald J. Trump for President Campaign is pleased to announce Jeff DeWit, State Treasurer of Arizona, as the campaign’s new Chief Operating Officer. Formerly a CEO and now State Treasurer, Mr. DeWit is managing the organizational and

Eric Trump: My dad’s VP should make for a great COO

Ahead of the Republican Convention that kicks of on July 18 in Cleveland, Ohio, everybody is wondering who Donald Trump will select as his running mate. Donald Trump’s son, Eric, may have fueled the speculation when he traveled to Cincinnati with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who has been discussed as a potential running mate.