Monday, 16 December 2013


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Didn't we:
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"WASHINGTON, DC—Last night, Congressman Stephen F. Lynch and Republican Congressman Walter B. Jones of North Carolina jointly introduced a bipartisan House Resolution, H. Res. 428, designed to shed additional light on continuing questions about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

This House Resolution urges the President to declassify 28 pages of the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 2001.  This portion has remained classified since the Inquiry’s findings were first released in December 2002.  Congressman Lynch recently had the opportunity to review the 28 pages and believes they should be made public.

“Twelve years after the horrific September 11 attacks, unanswered questions still remain.  These pages contain information that is vital to a full understanding of the events and circumstances surrounding this tragedy.  The families of the victims and the American people deserve better; they deserve answers, they deserve a full accounting, and that has not happened yet.”

“I am very pleased to be working with my friend and colleague Congressman Jones to ensure these pages see the light of day.  I strongly encourage my colleagues to review this classified section of the Inquiry, and to work with me and Congressman Jones to get it declassified.”

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Published on Jun 29, 2012
House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Darrell Issa has confirmed that wiretap applications reveal in-depth detail on the Fast and Furious operation, including evidence showing that "agents were well aware that large sums of money were being used to purchase a large number of firearms, many of which were flowing across the border."

Roll Call reports today that Issa released details concerning the wiretaps in the House. His disclosure is protected by the Speech or Debate Clause in the Constitution, which offers immunity for Congressional speech on the floor.

According to Darrell Issa's letter sent to Maryland Democrat Rep. Elijah Cummings on May 24, not only did ATF officials know about the purchases, they oversaw activity by straw purchasers and ended their surveillance without interdicting the guns.

"Although ATF was aware of these facts, no one was arrested, and ATF failed to even approach the straw purchasers," Issa's letter states. "Upon learning these details through its review of this wiretap affidavit, senior Justice Department officials had a duty to stop this operation. Further, failure to do so was a violation of Justice Department policy."

As we noted on June 22, Obama lied to the American people on March 23, 2011, when he said that neither he nor Attorney General Holder authorized the effort to arm the drug cartels in Mexico. Several weeks later, on May 3, Holder lied to Congress. He said he did not know who approved Fast and Furious. He also lied when he said he "probably heard about Fast and Furious for the first time over the last few weeks."

Issa talks about contempt and criminal case against Holder.On Thursday, House Republicans held Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. The House made the historic move after Holder refused to divulge additional documents on the gun-running operation and Obama invoked executive privilege in an attempt to block the request for more information.

White House spokesman Jay Carney said during a press conference aboard Air Force One on Friday that Obama's executive privilege assertion makes the contempt citation and any criminal investigation irrelevant.

The weapons were responsible not only for the murder of federal agent Brian Terry, but also countless Mexicans caught up in the drug cartel war.

Members of Terry's family have accused the Obama White House of "lying" and "hiding something."



Coinbase Raises $25 Million From Andreessen Horowitz

Dec 12th, 2013
On August 1st, Coinbase reached a milestone of 200,000 users. That was quickly followed in mid-October by the news that we had reached 300,000 users. Today, there are more than 600,000 consumer Bitcoin wallets on Coinbase, signaling that we are nearing a tipping point for broad adoption of Bitcoin – what we at Coinbase believe to be one of the most important shifts in the global economy in our lifetime.
In order to keep up with the growing consumer and merchant demand for Bitcoin, we must scale. And in order to do that, we are pleased to announce that today we have secured a series B funding round totaling $25M, led by Andreessen Horowitz, with participation from existing investors Union Square Ventures and Ribbit Capital. With this funding, Andreessen Horowitz’s Chris Dixon will join our board, along with Union Square Ventures’ Fred Wilson.
This investment represents the largest fundraise in Bitcoin to date (bringing our total raised to $31M).  We see it as a key moment to show the opportunity of Bitcoin and the dramatic impact it will have on the global economy.
And we aren’t alone in that thinking. As Chris Dixon writes today on this blog,
The designers of the Web built placeholders for a system that moved money, but never successfully completed it. Bitcoin is the first plausible proposal for an economic protocol for the Internet.
This funding solidifies our position as the largest and fastest growing Bitcoin service in the U.S. We plan to use the funds to expand our team, continue to educate the market, and promote the mainstream adoption of Bitcoin. We’ll also expand our referral program, where you can give and get $5 in bitcoin for free when you refer a friend who buys or sells at least $100 of bitcoin.
Separately, we’re also very pleased to share that Gavin Andresen has joined Coinbase as an advisor. For those of you who don’t know him, Gavin is the head developer of Bitcoin as an open source software project. He said:

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