Most of the news media have ignored or downplayed the significance of the illegal spying on political opponents that was committed during the Obama administration. In fact, most of the reporting has been wrong. They promoted the Russia hoax instead of digging for the truth. News correspondents actually received top journalism prizes for their reporting. And they got the story wrong.
A handful of reporters and bloggers did terrific work exposing the illegal spying and other criminal activity. But the mainstream media's megaphone has left the public woefully uninformed about the greatest political/criminal scandal in U.S. history. This website is designed to supplement the investigative reporting of others and bring the real facts to citizens eager to know the truth.
I'm a former TV news reporter, writer and producer with 50 years experience in news and public policy reporting. So, I've been around the block. I've piled up a few awards, including three local Emmys, in my half-century of work.
In Washington, D.C. I reported for the local ABC news station covering the Federal Government, Economics and Personal Finance. I did that for 10 years. Earlier in my career I wrote and produced the 6pm or 11pm news at TV stations in Washington, DC; Detroit, Miami and Louisville. For more details, there's a PDF of my bio below.
Let's Roll America was our latest project. My wife, Sophia, and I covered the trucker convoy from California to Washington, DC. They were protesting mask and China Virus vaccine mandates.
Thousands of supporters turned out on bridge overpasses as the truckers made their 10-day, 2,500 mile journey across the country. We interviewed dozens of flag-waving patriots along the way. Our reports were featured on Steve Bannon's War Room.
This was a Federally-funded package of 36 training videos I wrote and produced for the National White Collar Crime Center. The videos trained state, local and Federal law enforcement on how to detect and solve computer and Internet crime. The program also showed how digital evidence helps solve cases involving violent crime. The project used real world criminal cases and was shot on location with more than a dozen law enforcement agencies around the country.
This package of 38 videos featured my interviews with students and professors offering inside tips on how to succeed in college. Five major universities purchased a DVD copy for each freshman student. The videos show first year students how to study, how to take various types of tests, how to take notes in class, how to write college-level papers, etc. The project was shot on location at a dozen college campuses ranging from small private schools to large public universities.