THE NEW FBI AGENCY EVERYONE FORGOT – DID ADAM SCHIFF JUST GET CAUGHT IN AN ELABORATE COUNTERINTELLIGENCE STING?…
December 9, 2017 by Sundance
By now everyone is likely aware of the Fake News story run by CNN on Friday surrounding an email received by Donald Trump Jr. The email was part of the investigative evidence shared with the House Intelligence committee; and later leaked from within that committee to CNN – thereby initiating the false reporting on the content.
The central issue in the CNN story was the date of an email.
It was leaked from within the committee, and later reported by CNN, that the date was “September 4th, 2016”; a date convenient for a collusion narrative between Trump Jr and WikiLeaks.
However, the real date, on the actual email, was “September 14th, 2016”; a day after Wikileaks published the content of their DNC leaks and a date that makes the entire CNN report a ‘nothingburger’.
However, CNN reports that two independent sources originally leaked to them the contents of what they had seen on the email in question. But CNN never saw the email, until later in the day.
Think about this carefully.
♦Two “independent sources” both looked at an email, and both came away from reading that email with the wrong date? How is that possible?
It has been CTH contention for several weeks that a counterintelligence sting operation has been going on within the IC community. False trails of information, seeded by ‘White Hat’ investigators, intended to be captured by ‘Black Hat’ leakers – and delivered to their usurping allies in media. The stories are fake, the leaks are real.
All investigative documents, relating to the witness, are provided to the congressional committees prior to the interviews with the witnesses; or, if the information is classified, each committee member has an opportunity to review the documents via a controlled SCIF environment when no physical copies are allowed as part of the evidence.
The Don JR./Wikileaks email could very easily be part of a ‘sting’. The date was intentionally seeded as incorrect. The resulting story is fake. The leak, however, is real.
Each nugget of disinformation exposes a specific leaker. Each trail used in the sharing of that disinformation exposes the enabling media. The White Hat plants the fake news seed, and then watches to see where, when, how, to-whom, and from-whom, it shows up.
In this example, we believe it is most likely House Intelligence Committee Minority Chairman Adam Schiff was the recipient of the disinformation, and has now exposed himself as a leaker to an elite, previously undisclosed, investigative unit specifically assembling evidence of corruption and leaking at the highest levels of government.
The scale and strength of the CNN push-back, and specifically the tone in their refusal to even consider discussing source of the false information, further supports our supposition.
Keep in mind, Representative Adam Schiff is -as an outcome of his minority ranking on the House Intel Committee- a member of the elite congressional oversight “Gang of Eight”.
This is a VERY BIG deal. The Gang of Eight holds oversight on every covert intelligence operation going on around the world. The Go8 oversee the NSA, CIA, FBI, DNI, and every single intelligence unit and operation. The Go8 are the only group with oversight on the CIA action from Presidential Finding Memos authorizing covert operations.
The back-story to CTH theory on this endeavor includes an almost complete, years-long, Dept of Justice Office Inspector General investigation that no-one was paying attention to until recently. And don’t forget the ongoing FBI investigation into the Awan Brothers, and the quantifying the potential intelligence compromise, plays into this.
That said, it would not be the IG carrying out the counterintelligence operation to identify leakers. In actuality, no official IC agency would be empowered to place fake news in front of congress. Setting traps for congress is generally bad form, and for matters of trust – bad politics. That reality, amid those who follow DC politics, is the central point to dismiss such the “Black Hat Hunting” theory.
However, few people were paying attention four months ago when Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coates told us they were going to do exactly that:
04:30 …”The FBI has created a new counterintelligence unit to manage these [leak] cases”…08:17 …”these National Security breaches do not just originate from within the Intelligence Community. They come from a wide range of sources within the government, including the Congress.”…
Two days later, Sunday August 6th, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reiterated he was going to follow through on the investigative demand of AG Sessions and DNI Coates and again referenced a “new counterintelligence division within the FBI”.
00:50 …“we’re responding appropriately. We’re going to devote more resources, re-evaluate our procedures and make sure we investigate every one of those leaks in an appropriate way.”…1:07 “We have seen a surge in referrals (of leaks). We’ve seen an increase in the number of leaks. And we’re going to respond appropriately and try to establish an effective deterrent. Criminal prosecution isn’t the only way to prevent leaks but it’s an important part of the solution.”…1:43 “That significant increase has necessitated an increase in resources. And so we have re-prioritized our cases within the National Security Division, we’re providing appropriate supervision at a high level, we’ve created a new unit within the FBI to focus on those leaks, and we’re going to devote whatever resources are necessary to get them under control.”…
If you consider the years-long IG investigation is coming to a conclusion. And there have been several high-profile ‘mistakes’ (from the media perspective) based on leaks recently.
The leaks were real, the underlying information was false:
ADDITIONALLY, OVERLAY THIS: Some, are beginning to catch on… Keep Watching.
Source: The Conservative Tree House
A crisis in leadership at the FBI Upper management has been infected with political bias
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By John Ligato - - Tuesday, December 19, 2017
The institution of the FBI is not in tatters, contrary to recent reports. That’s because the identity of the FBI is not located on the seventh floor at FBI headquarters. It resides within the hearts and minds of the brick agents.
The FBI had been immune to outside influences until Robert Mueller became director. Although the FBI reports to the Justice Department, we maintained an arm’s-length distance from that politically infested agency. Previous attorneys general attempted to shroud their partisanship, but recent appointees such as Loretta “Tarmac” Lynch have openly ripped Lady Justice’s blindfold off and dropped Lois Lerner on her scales.
So how did the FBI become politicized? During his 12-year term as FBI director, Robert Mueller slowly merged the FBIinto Justice. Prior to his tenure, agents could investigate cases minus interference from the U.S. attorney. The agent would submit the investigation findings to Justice, which had three options: indict, decline or request additional evidence.
After Mr. Mueller’s tenure, Justice Department’s approval was required to open sensitive cases, informants and authorize investigative techniques. This additional bureaucratic layer would be a minor speed bump had Justice not engaged in selective prosecution based on personal belief systems.
I’m an Italian who spent eight years infiltrating the Mafia, but it never occurred to me to ignore criminal activity based on shared ethnicity. FBI agents must remain fact finders because if you act upon your bias, then you turn into Peter Strzok.
Special Agent Strzok and Deputy Director “Andy” McCabe soiled their FBI credentials. Mr. McCabe’s wife accepted political dollars from a Clinton bud, while Mr. McCabe was investigating Hillary. Mr. Strzok played verbal gymnastics with a federal statute allowing Hillary a pass. Retired agents are wondering, “What the hell happened to my FBI?”
The sole function of FBI headquarters should be to support the field. If HQ disappeared tomorrow the field can still fulfill our mission of putting bad people in jail. Brick agents view HQ as an obstruction to overcome. Delays have damaged cases and cost lives. Field divisions are staffed with Senior Executive Service-level agents who are capable of making many decisions now required by headquarters.
It appears that several HQ managers had allegedly schemed to influence the 2016 presidential election. Field agents are too busy protecting America to participate in attempted government overthrows. When FBI Director James Comey announced that field agents supported his decision not to prosecute Hillary, he was suffering from a severe case of Beltway delusion. A majority of agents in Tulsa and Pittsburgh believed his decision to be a travesty of justice.
Examples of failed leadership at headquarters abound, but the handling of the Zacarias Moussaoui case is especially troubling. One month prior to the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, Minnesota FBI agents were begging the Radical Fundamentalist Unit at headquarters for a FISA warrant. They sent HQ 70 emails warning of an “imminent” terrorist attack.
Evidence included intel from the Phoenix FBI that Osama bin Laden was sending agents to train in U.S. flight schools, a CIA warning that Moussaoui might be “involved in a larger plot to target airlines,” and pointing out Moussaoui’s $83,000 in tuition cash.
The Radical Fundamentalist Unit’s reply to a possible attack on U.S. soil was, “That ain’t gonna ever happen.” Well, it happened, and nearly 3,000 Americans were killed.
After the attacks, the FBI found documents linking Moussaoui to 11 of the hijackers. Minnesota agents testified that the leadership void inside headquarters is due to a culture of decision avoidance. The Radical Fundamentalist Unit at HQ was guilty of “obstructionism, criminal negligence, and careerism,” and that its opposition blocked “a serious opportunity to stop the 9/11 attacks.”
Messrs. Comey, Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein share a professional and personal history. In a questionable sequence of coincidences, Mr. Comey desires a special counsel and Mr. Rosenstein obliges by appointing their mutual bud Mr. Mueller, who then hires his buds, all of whom share a hatred for all things Trump. Had this team been vetted for jury duty, all would be excused for cause.
The above sequence of events does not pass the smell test. Politicians of both parties feel it suicide to fire Mr. Mueller. I disagree, since Mr. Mueller has violated several provisions of the statute which states that “the Special Counsel may be removed for a conflict of interest, or for even the ‘appearance,’ of a conflict of interest.”
Since Mr. Comey is both a witness and potential target in the Russia investigation, Mr. Mueller should immediately recuse himself or be fired for cause. In fact, this conflict of interest is so obvious that any decision made by the special counsel will be forever tainted.
The FBI is still the finest law enforcement agency on earth. We have some stress fractures, but we’ll survive and turn the page on this current crisis in leadership. We must return to our roots when the agents were viewed as knights in shining armor. I hope that Director Christopher Wray will reach out to the retired FBI ranks for some advice. I’m available.
• John Ligato is a retired FBI agent and former Marine who was the recipient of three Purple Hearts for action in Vietnam. His latest book is “The Near Enemy” (Post Hill Press, 2017).
What’s in and what’s out in the $1.3T omnibus spending bill
By SARAH FERRIS and KAITLYN BURTON
03/20/2018 01:42 PM EDT
Updated 03/22/2018 12:02 AM EDT
Congressional negotiators on Wednesday formally unveiled a $1.3 trillion spending bill to fund the government through the end of September.
The so-called omnibus would deliver a $143 billion spending boost across defense and domestic programs — the largest funding bump in recent years.
The House could vote as soon as Thursday on the 2,232-page bill, which is packed with dozens of long-simmering policy items on Capitol Hill:
— Money for the Gateway tunnel, with a catch: The deal would provide $650 million to Amtrak for capital projects along the Northeast Corridor, but any money Amtrak may try to direct toward the massive Gateway project under the Hudson River could need DOT approval. The Gateway project was initially slated to receive $900 million in federal funds.
— Border security and wall: The bill would provide nearly $1.6 billion for border security, but not for an increase in detention beds or federal deportation agents, a key priority for Democrats in the talks. The deal includes roughly $641 million for new physical barriers, which GOP leaders have called the “border wall project”, instead of the $18 billion Trump had sought for the wall. Republicans say it provides for more than 90 miles of “border wall system,” beyond Trump’s request of 74 miles in fiscal year 2018. Democrats point out that only half of the fencing is for “new barriers” and the rest is for “upgraded” existing barriers.
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— 'Grain glitch': The Republican measure, favored by House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Texas) and ag-state lawmakers, fixes a loophole in the GOP tax law that allows farmers to get big tax cuts by selling directly to co-ops.
— Low-income housing: In exchange for the grain glitch fix, Democrats won provisions expanding a tax subsidy for affordable housing — designed to shore up the low-income housing tax credit in the wake of the GOP tax law.
— Fix NICS: The bipartisan bill offers financial incentives for federal and state authorities to comply with the U.S. criminal background check system. It rejects conservatives demands for an expansion of "concealed carry" laws alongside that measure.
— School safety bill: The bipartisan school safety bill would create a $50 million-a-year grant program for training to recognize signs of gun violence. It’s led by Rep. John Rutherford (R-Fla.) in the House and Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) in the Senate.
-- Election security: State election officials would get $380 million in technology grants to upgrade their equipment to ward off digital attacks ahead of November's midterm elections. The FBI’s budget to fight Russia cyberattacks would also see a boost.
— ‘Fire borrowing’ fix The agreement creates an emergency pot of money for the U.S. Forest Service to use when it exceeds its fire-suppression budget, so federal agencies no longer have to dip into money earmarked for firefighting and prevention.
— Rural broadband: The bill has $600 million for a new pilot program within USDA aimed at rural broadband, in addition to existing USDA broadband loan and grant programs.
— FAA extension: Lawmakers included a six-month extension for the FAA reauthorization, which expires March 31.
— Tip-pooling language: A compromise between Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta would prohibit employers from stealing workers' tips under a proposed DOL rule that would allow the redistribution of tip money to back-of-house workers.
Modest gun measure set to hitch a ride on spending packageBy RACHAEL BADE, BURGESS EVERETT, SARAH FERRIS and HEATHER CAYGLE
— Border wall: Republicans wanted to devote at least $1.6 billion to begin construction on President Donald Trump’s border wall, though Trump had sought $18 billion. Democrats demanded other conditions.
— DREAMers: GOP leaders demanded that any deportation relief for young undocumented immigrants, known as DREAMers, is kept out of the spending bill.
— Obamacare stabilization: A bipartisan group of lawmakers fought for money for programs like cost-sharing subsidies and reinsurance to help avoid huge insurance premium hikes this fall.
— Internet sales tax: Rep. Kristi Noem (R -S.D.) pushed for states to collect sales tax from a national sales tax on online retailers, though it has run into fierce conservative opposition. Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.), the House’s chief deputy whip, signaled on Tuesday that Noem’s measure won’t be included in the omnibus and hasn’t had enough vetting.
— Medicare Part D coverage gap: Drugmakers pushed Congress to lower their share of a drug's costs in the coverage gap phase of Part D to 60 percent.
— Joint employer: Language to narrow the legal definition of joint employment was nixed.
-- Sexual harassment overhaul: Both parties had once hoped to include a broadly bipartisan plan to overhaul Congress’ antiquated workplace rules.
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— Tribal lands exemption: Republicans have sought language exempting Native American tribal lands from U.S. labor laws. Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.) and Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kansas) led the push.
— Yucca Mountain: House Republicans wanted funding to advance the stalled Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project in Nevada.
— California's dam project: House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy is pushing language to allow the Shasta Dam project to move forward over Gov. Jerry Brown's objections.
— Johnson Amendment: Some Republicans want to scrap a provision in the tax code barring churches and other nonprofits from endorsing or opposing political candidates. Trump has repeatedly vowed to repeal it.
— Flood insurance: The bill would extend funding for the National Flood Insurance Program until July 31.
— Yazoo funding: Senate Appropriations Chairman Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) has long pushed for a pricey Corps of Engineers project in the Mississippi Delta. The provision was included in a draft spending bill from Cochran’s committee.
— Ex-Im Bank: Some Republicans want to lower the required threshold of members for the Export-Import Bank to approve large loans. The seven-member board has consistently lacked a quorum.
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U.S. House Republicans Prepare Contempt Action Against FBI, DOJ
Bloomberg•December 3, 2017
Rod Rosenstein, deputy attorney general, listens during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats told associates in March that U.S. President Donald Trump had asked him to intervene with then-Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey to get the FBI to back off its focus on former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and Russia probe, the Washington Post reported yesterday.
MoreU.S. House Republicans said Saturday they are drafting a contempt of Congress resolution against Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray, claiming stonewalling in producing material in the Russia-Trump probes and other matters.
“Unless all our outstanding demands are fully met by close of business on Monday, December 4, 2017, the committee will have the opportunity to move this resolution before the end of the month,” said Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes, in a statement.
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Such contempt action has been under consideration by Nunes and other Intelligence Committee Republicans for several weeks. It is now moving forward after press reports Saturday about why a top FBI official assigned to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of Russia-Trump election collusion had been removed from the investigation.
In his statement Saturday, Nunes pointed to those reports that the official, Peter Strzok, was removed after allegedly exchanging anti-Trump and pro- Hillary Clinton text messages with his mistress, who was an FBI lawyer working for Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe.
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Until now, said Nunes, the FBI and Department of Justice have failed to sufficiently comply with an Aug. 24 committee subpoena -- including by specifically refusing repeated demands “for an explanation of Peter Strzok’s dismissal from the Mueller probe.”
“In light of today’s press reports, we now know why Strzok was dismissed, why the FBI and DOJ refused to provide us this explanation, and at least one reason why they previously refused to make Deputy Director McCabe available to the Committee for an interview,” said Nunes.
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“By hiding from Congress, and from the American people, documented political bias by a key FBI head investigator for both the Russia collusion probe and the Clinton email investigation, the FBI and DOJ engaged in a willful attempt to thwart Congress’ constitutional oversight responsibility,” he said.
Nunes went on in his statement to say this has been part of “a months-long pattern by the DOJ and FBI of stonewalling and obstructing this Committee’s oversight work,” including also withholding subpoenaed information about their use of an opposition research dossier that targeted President Donald Trump in the 2016 election.
Salacious AllegationsThe dossier, which included salacious allegations about Trump, was paid for in part by the Democratic National Committee and Clinton through a law firm. Nunes and other committee Republicans -- backed by Speaker Paul Ryan -- say they want to investigate whether the Justice Department and FBI may have improperly relied on the dossier to kick-start federal surveillance that Trump associates were caught up in, without independently confirming the information they used to justify such spying.
“The DOJ has now expressed -- on a Saturday, just hours after the press reports on Strzok’s dismissal appeared -- sudden willingness to comply with some of the Committee’s long-standing demands,” Nunes said. “This attempted 11th-hour accommodation is neither credible nor believable, and in fact is yet another example of the DOJ’s disingenuousness and obstruction.”
Those agencies “should be investigating themselves,” he said.
A Justice Department spokesman, Sarah Isgur Flores, could not be immediately reached for comment by telephone or text.
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Have you ever wonder what Senators are writing books and how do they find the time?
These books, written by senators who serve in the 115th Congress (2017-2018), range from public policy to fiction to history.
Friends, Japanese and Tennesseans: A Model of U.S.-Japan Cooperation. New York: Harper and Row, 1986.
Going to War in Sailboats: Why Nuclear Power Beats Windmills for America's Green Energy Future. 2010.
Lamar Alexander's Little Plaid Book. Nashville: Rutledge Hill Press, 1998.
Six Months Off: An American Family's Australian Adventure. New York: William Morrow, 1988.
Steps Along the Way: A Governor's Scrapbook. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1981.
The Tennesseans: A People and Their Land. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1981.
We Know What to Do: A Political Maverick Talks with America. New York: William Morrow, 1995.
Jobs without People: The Coming Crisis for Missouri's Workforce: Final Report of the Governor's Council on Literacy. Jefferson City, MO: Governor's Advisory Council on Literacy, October 1989.
United: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good. New York: Ballantine, 2016.
Congress from the Inside: Observations from the Majority and the Minority, 3rd ed. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2004.
Myths of Free Trade: Why American Trade Policy Has Failed. New York: New Press, 2004.
Nine and Counting: The Women of the Senate. New York: Perennial, 2001.
Susan M. Collins
Nine and Counting: The Women of the Senate. New York: Perennial, 2001.
A Time for Truth: Reigniting the Promise of America. New York: Broadside Books, 2015.
Nine and Counting: The Women of the Senate. New York: Perennial, 2001.
Al Franken, Giant of the Senate. New York: Twelve, 2017.
I'm Good Enough, I'm Smart Enough, and Doggone It, People Like Me! Affirmations by Stuart Smalley. New York: Dell Publishing, 1992.
Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right. New York: Dutton, 2003.
Oh, the Things I Know! A Guide to Success, or, Failing That, Happiness. New York: Dutton, 2002.
Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot and Other Observations. New York: Delacorte Press, 1996.
The Truth (With Jokes). New York: Dutton, 2005.
Why Not Me? The Inside Story of the Making and Unmaking of the Franken Presidency. New York: Dell Publishing, 2000.
Off the Sidelines: Raise Your Voice, Change the World. New York: Ballantine Books, 2014.
My Story. Washington, D.C.: Paid for by Lindsey Graham, 2015.
Smart on Crime. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2009.
Orrin G. Hatch
An American, a Mormon, and a Christian: What I Believe. Cedar Fort, Inc./C F I Distribution , 2012.
The Equal Rights Amendment: Myths and Realities. Savant Press, 1983.
Higher Laws: Understanding the Doctrines of Christ. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Co., 1995.
Square Peg: Confessions of a Citizen Senator. New York: Basic Books, 2002.
The Greatest Hoax: How the Global Warming Conspiracy Threatens Your Future. Washington, D.C.: WND Books, 2012.
Angus S. King, Jr.
Governor’s Travels: How I Left Politics, Learned to Back Up a Bus, and Found America. Camden, ME: Down East, 2011.
The Senator Next Door: A Memoir from the Heartland. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2015.
Uncovering the Dome. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, 1982.
The Freedom Agenda: Why a Balanced Budget Amendment Is Necessary to Restore Constitutional Government. Washington, D.C.: Regnery Publishing, 2011.
Our Lost Constitution: The Willful Subversion of America's Founding Document. New York: Sentinel, 2015.
Why John Roberts Was Wrong about Healthcare: A Conservative Critique of The Supreme Court's Obamacare Ruling. Ebook: Threshold Editions, 2013.
Written Out of History: The Forgotten Founders Who Fought Big Government. New York: Sentinel, 2017.
Character Is Destiny: Inspiring Stories Every Young Person Should Know and Every Adult Should Remember. New York: Random House, 2005.
Faith of My Fathers. New York: Random House, 1999.
Hard Call: Great Decisions and the Extraordinary People Who Made Them. New York: Twelve Books, 2007.
Thirteen Soldiers: A Personal History of Americans at War. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2014.
Why Courage Matters: The Way to a Braver Life. New York: Random House, 2004.
Worth the Fighting For: A Memoir. New York: Random House, 2002.
Plenty Ladylike. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2015.
The Long Game: A Memoir. New York: Sentinel, 2016.
Edward J. Markey
Nuclear Peril: The Politics of Proliferation. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Company, 1982.
Growing American Roots: Why Our Nation Will Thrive as Our Largest Minority Flourishes. New York: New American Library, 2009.
Nine and Counting: The Women of the Senate. New York: Perennial, 2001.
Mission: An American Congressman's Voyage to Space. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1998.
Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds. New York: Center Street, 2012.
Our Presidents and Their Prayers: Proclamations of Faith by America's Leaders. New York: Center Street, 2015.
Taking a Stand: Moving Beyond Partisan Politics to Unite America. New York: Center Street, 2015.
The Tea Party Goes to Washington. New York: Center Street, 2011.
Wisdom's Paradise: The Forgotten Shakers of Union Village. Wilmington, OH: Orange Frazer Press, 2004.
100 Innovative Ideas for Florida's Future. Washington, D.C.: Regnery Publishing, 2006.
American Dreams: Restoring Economic Opportunity for Everyone. New York: Sentinel, 2015.
An American Son: A Memoir. New York: Sentinel, 2012.
Bernard Sanders (Bernie)
Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2016.
Outsider in the House. New York: Verso, 1997.
Outsider in the White House. New York: Verso, 2015.
The Speech: A Historic Filibuster on Corporate Greed and the Decline of Our Middle Class. New York: Nation Books, 2011.
The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming-of-Age Crisis--and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2017.
Charles E. Schumer
Positively American: Winning Back the Middle-Class Majority One Family at a Time. Emmaus, PA: Rodale Books, 2007.
Nine and Counting: The Women of the Senate. New York: Perennial, 2001.
The Road to Prosperity: How to Grow Our Economy and Revive the American Dream. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons, 2009.
All Your Worth: The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan. New York: Free Press, 2005.
As We Forgive Our Debtors: Bankruptcy and Consumer Credit in America. New York: Oxford University Press, 1980.
Bankruptcy and Revised Article 9: Statutory Supplement. New York: Aspen Law and Business, 2001-2002.
Business Bankruptcy. Washington, DC: Federal Judicial Center, 1993.
Chapter 11: Reorganizing American Businesses: Essentials. New York: Aspen Publishers, 2008.
Comprehensive Commercial Law: Statutory Supplement. New York: Aspen Publishers, 2003.
A Fighting Chance. New York: Metropolitan, Henry Holt and Company, 2014.
The Fragile Middle Class: Americans in Debt. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000.
The Law of Debtors and Creditors: Text, Cases, and Problems. New York: Aspen Publishers, various editions.
Secured Credit: A Systems Approach . New York: Wolters Kluwer Law and Business, various editions.
This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America's Middle Class. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2017.
The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Parents Are Going Broke. New York: Basic Books, 2004.
Captured: The Corporate Infiltration of American Democracy. New York: The New Press, 2017.
On Virtues: Quotations and Insight to Live a Full, Honorable, and Truly American Life. Avon, MA: Adams Media, 2012.