Care to do some digging of your own? Just click on the headers below, and Dig In!
If you are looking for specific documents that have been released, you may find them in The File Drawer.
This is an amazing list, organized in a very efficient manner, of individuals with possible involvement or affiliation in Trump Surveillance, Steele Dossier and/or the Russia Narrative.
ADSBexchange.com is a co-op of ADS-B/Mode S/MLAT feeders from around the world, and the world’s largest source of unfiltered flight data.
Website owner reverse look up tool. Find all of their websites that linked to Adsense, Google Analytics, Amazon Affiliate, Email, Addthis, Sharethis, Clickbank Affiliate, Commission Junction Affiliate, Doubleclick, Linkshare Affiliate, Facebook App, IP, Name Server, Registrar, Amazon Product, Clickbank Product, Commission Junction Product and Linkshare Product.
ARCHIVE EVERYTHING! Archive.li is a time capsule for web pages! It takes a ‘snapshot’ of a webpage that will always be online even if the original page disappears. It saves a text and a graphical copy of the page for better accuracy and provides a short and reliable link to an unalterable record of any web page. If you are digging and come across a critical article, copy and paste it into archive.is so that it will remain accessible to everyone, even if the source removes it from their own website.
This is a terrific violation tracker on pharmaceutical company violations, with a fairly detailed breakdown of manufacturer, brand, dates, fines, specific product, and actual violation.
Chronological list by location/date of George Bush’s travel schedule during his presidency.
Search for information and documentation within the Registry’s database related to charities, charity fundraising professionals, and raffle registrants.
They claim: “As the nation’s health protection agency, CDC saves lives and protects people from health, safety, and security threats.” I full-heartedly disagree based on prior research. Nonetheless, it is a good site to see what they are up to, who they are in bed with, and what’s coming down the pike.
The New York Attorney General’s one-stop resource for charitable organizations, fundraisers, grantmakers and members of the public.
Central Intelligence Agency’s Freedom of Information Act Electronic Reading Room. An excellent source for declassified information that they don’t tell you has been declassified. Wink wink.
The World Factbook provides information on the history, people, government, economy, energy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for 267 world entities. The Reference tab includes: maps of the major world regions, as well as Flags of the World, a Physical Map of the World, a Political Map of the World, a World Oceans map, and a Standard Time Zones of the World map.
Chronological list by location/date of Bill Clinton’s travel during his presidency.
This is a list of Clinton associates, prepared by CBS Las Vegas, whom have died that had “the goods” on the Clintons – many of whom were in the process of coming forward. In addition, 12 of the Clinton bodyguards died. Note: This is an incomplete list.
A list of the numerous Clinton foundations, LLCs, LTDs, SAs, and shell companies.
Chronological list by location/date of Hillary Clinton’s travel during her time as Secretary of State.
This is a pretty thorough timeline Sharyl Attkisson put together that may be helpful in your research.
Want to see what your congressman/congresswoman is up to, being as they often try to sneak Bills through? This is a terrific searchable database of current Bills, Lists, and Legislation.
A basic corporation search that shows names, addresses, and other connected companies.
Keep current with press releases detailing investigations, indictments, policies, news releases that you don’t often hear about on MSM.
Or, dig into their archives to review old documents, including those from prior administrations.
This is a great site if you need to research pharmaceutical manufacturers, their medications, lawsuits, and recalls.
I maintain a page on here with a list and links to all Executive Orders.
Keep current on investigations, arrests, and announcements. You can also review testimony to ongoing cases as well as videos, speeches and other topics.
The Vault is the new FOIA Library, containing 6,700 documents and other media that have been scanned from paper into digital copies so you can read them in the comfort of your home or office.
The Federal Procurement Report data can be used for geographical analysis, market analysis, and analysis of the impact of the congressional and presidential initiatives in socio-economic areas such as small business. The data is also a reliable basis for measuring and assessing the impact of Federal acquisition policy and management improvement. Type “contracts” in the search bar and you can search a multitude of federal contracts.
If you are trying to track a specific plane, or the activity of planes in a specific area, this is a real time site for doing so worldwide. It allows you to click on a plane and get additional information.
Real time global map tracking human trafficking incidents and news, amber alerts, forest fires, disease outbreaks, HAZMAT situations, gang activity, border security, Presidential threat, terrorism events, drug interdictions, non-terror aviation incidents, food/medicine incidents.
A handy way to see bills that are coming up, as well as trending bills, and the ability to search all bills by category.
ICANN’s WHOIS Lookup gives you the ability to lookup any generic domain, such as “icann.org” to find out the registered domain holder.
A conglomerate of leaks from The Panama Papers and Paradise Papers with investigations by journalists into West Africa leaks, China, the U.S. and more.
Your place for unfiltered Government documents, releases, and statements, searchable by category.
LittleSis is a free database of who-knows-who at the heights of business and government.
The Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995, as amended by the Honest Leadership and Open Government Act of 2007, requires all active registrants to file quarterly activity reports with the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives and Secretary of the U.S. Senate. Side Note: This is a good starting point, though we know they use all sorts of shenanigans to evade or mislead when filing such documents.
This site is a goldmine! It offers the complete archives of Obama, Bush II, and Clinton’s administrations, as well as a wealth of other searchable documents. One example is the online databases of passenger arrival records and immigrants dating back to the early 1800s.
Online newspaper archive with 10,400+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s. They add additional pages monthly.
Chronological list by location/date of Obama’s travel schedule during his presidency.
This ICIJ database contains information on more than 785,000 offshore entities that are part of the Panama Papers, the Offshore Leaks, the Bahamas Leaks and the Paradise Papers investigations. The data covers nearly 80 years up to 2016 and links to people and companies in more than 200 countries and territories.
Huge open database of corporations displaying the company info, when and where it was registered, as well as its branches.
This database includes Federal Election Commission records of receipts from all individuals who contribute at least $200.
When searching in google, it’s a lot faster using “operators” to narrow your search effectively.
Pacer service provides on-line access to U.S. Appellate, District, and Bankruptcy court records and documents nationwide. You can search documents to obtain general information about a case, but if you want to dig into the case files, transcripts and motions there is a small fee of .10 per page downloaded (pdf format). NOTE: On a local level, most counties offer some details of case documents online for free.
Use this database to view summaries of 3 million tax returns from tax-exempt organizations and see financial details such as their executive compensation and revenue and expenses. You can browse IRS data released since 2013 and access over 9.6 million tax filing documents going back as far as 2001.
This is an ongoing list, updated daily, with notable resignations all across the country, as well as significant corporate people/politicians in other countries. The numbers are staggering, which is indicative of what is transpiring right now.
If you are grabbing or typing a long list of names, companies, or locations during your research, and would like them alphabetized for easy reference, this is a great and free online alphabetizer tool.
Civil nature of suite code descriptions. This comes in handy when reviewing court documents.
Sanctions Search: As part of its enforcement efforts, OFAC publishes a list of individuals and companies owned or controlled by, or acting for or on behalf of, targeted countries. It also lists individuals, groups, and entities, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers designated under programs that are not country-specific. Collectively, such individuals and companies are called “Specially Designated Nationals” or “SDNs.” Their assets are blocked and U.S. persons are generally prohibited from dealing with them.
Often times big stories are published in local papers and the MSM doesn’t report on it. This is a great source for tracking down local newspapers by state. It also has major news twitter feeds, although I would take most of their news with a grain of salt.
Free political research tool to study more than 65 million voter records.
Super handy when you notice a web page containing information has been altered. Go digging in the WayBackMachine to find a screenshot archive of it before they altered it.
Follow the News page to review and understand all executive orders, statements, press briefings and memorandums, rather than relying on MSM. For easy reference of Executive Orders, here is a current list of all Executive Orders, maintained on Corey’s Digs.
By far one of the best resources out there because you can review direct correspondence between politicians and many others. You can spend hundreds of hours researching in Wikileaks alone!
Wikipedia is a great source for tracing someone’s history, family connections and dates. However, be cautious, as they are beginning to censor just as so many sites are doing nowadays. But it is still a good point of reference to get initial names/info and go from there.
WorldCat is the world’s largest network of library content and services. WorldCat libraries are dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web, where most people start their search for information.