Trump Urges GOP Senators to Overtur...

Trump Urges GOP Senators to Overturn Affordable Care Act

President Donald Trump called Monday on Republican senators to vote this week to initiate debate on the party?s effort to overturn the law they call Obamacare, saying ?now is the time? for senators to keep their campaign promises.



MUELLER’S DREAM TEAM Meet the lawyers who gave $$ to Hillary, now investigating Trump

WHO IS SCARAMUCCI? New comms direc...

WHO IS SCARAMUCCI? New comms director's rise, from Wall Street to WH

PROF WITH NO CLASS California acad...

PROF WITH NO CLASS California academic blasts McCain’s well-wishers

TODD STARNES Left silent on 'butch ...

TODD STARNES Left silent on 'butch queen' Huckabee Sanders attack

'A TERRIBLE PRICE' New details in i...

'A TERRIBLE PRICE' New details in illegal immigrant truck horror

US preps next missile test, from Al...

US preps next missile test, from Alaskan island


History Doesn?t Happen in the Past

History Doesn?t Happen in the Past

The parasite has out grown its host and it can?t live on its own. We are witnessing the convergence of multiple mistake streams combining into one river of destruction. We have a ruling clique concerned only with maintaining its power supported by a dependent class that wants what it wants now not later. And they are employing public sector unions that want to negotiate feather-bed contracts with the same people they help elect. All empowered by a mass of low information voters who either don?t pay any attention to what is going on or accept anything they see, hear or absorb from the Corporations Once Known as the Mainstream Media, late night talk shows or the Daily Show as real news.
Phony scandals

Phony scandals

BOHEMIA, NY, Aug 2 - Barak Obama's "ill advised" summer campaign tour is in full swing as he tries to convince Americans that he has successfully turned the economy around. "But a record 46.2 million citizens living in poverty - including an overwhelming number of seniors - will find the president's overly optimistic assessment of living conditions in these United States hard to swallow," according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens.
Repeal Obamacare

Repeal Obamacare

Okay. Let me get this straight. The people who drafted the legislation --“ the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act -- ObamaCare --“ don't want it. Staff are bailing out of Congress.
There is Plenty of White Guilt to G...

There is Plenty of White Guilt to Go Around But has It really Helped the Blacks.

Shelby Steele is the author of White Guilt. I found the book fascinating especially after the uprising brought about by the self destruction of little Trayvon. All of a sudden America was faced with the illogical cries that everything is unfair in this country because of color. And I had my own observations on this matter but it was interesting to read the remarks brought by a so called black conservative who claimed to live through the bad times in America. So let's see if we can understand what this is all about.
White House Has ?Peculiar? Justific...

White House Has ?Peculiar? Justification for Illegal Immigration

Someone in the White House is channeling John C. Calhoun.
Entrepreneurs? property rights at s...

Entrepreneurs? property rights at stake in France

By Dr. Sylvain Charat It happened on a cold of day during the last French presidential campaign in a small industrial town called Florange, in Eastern France. On February 12th, 2012, the campaigning and would-be president Francois Hollande climbed a small truck ladder to get on the roof.


MRC?s DisHonors Awards for the Deca...

MRC?s DisHonors Awards for the Decade?s Most Outrageous Liberal Bias

Full program video. On Thursday night, December 9, 1999, at the Monarch Hotel in Washington, D.C., the Media Research Center presented the “DisHonors Awards for the Decade’s Most Outrageous Liberal Bias” culled from the MRC’s archive of news video and print publications from the 1990s.

U.S. Catholic Bishop: Politicians W...

U.S. Catholic Bishop: Politicians Who Made Gay 'Marriage' Legal Must Not Receive Communion


Trump Is Least-Regulatory President...

Trump Is Least-Regulatory President Since Reagan in First Six Months

No one is surprised that the Trump administration would issue considerably fewer regulations than the Obama administration.

Cher Calls Trump 'Troglodyte' Who '...

Cher Calls Trump 'Troglodyte' Who 'Reads Hitler?s Speeches Constantly'

Outspoken celebrity singer Cher says President Donald Trump “is a troglodyte” who “reads Hitler’s speeches constantly.”

Jared Kushner: Trump 'Had a Better ...

Jared Kushner: Trump 'Had a Better Message and Ran a Smarter Campaign, and That Is Why He Won'

 On the heels of his closed-door appearance at the Senate Intelligence Committee on Monday, Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law, told reporters at the White House that he did not collude with Russia and knew of no one in the campaign who did. He said reason Trump won the presidency was because he had a better message and campaign than Hillary Clinton.

Trump Admin Pushing in Wrong Direct...

Trump Admin Pushing in Wrong Direction, Doubles Down on Gov?t-Sanctioned Theft

One can only imagine how Jefferson, Madison, Mason, et al, must be rolling in their graves as they contemplate the disgusting practice of civil asset forfeiture, which basically allows agents of the government in the modern era to steal property from people who have not been convicted of any crime. I’m not joking.


U2's Bono Meets French President Ma...

U2's Bono Meets French President Macron to Discuss Poverty

French President Emmanuel Macron has received pop singer and philanthropist Bono at the Elysee Palace in Paris for talks about poverty.Bono met with Macron for over an hour Monday to discuss the U2 front man's non-governmental organization ONE, which - its website says -...
St. Peter's Square Fountains Being ...

St. Peter's Square Fountains Being Shut off Due to Drought

The Vatican says it is shutting off all its fountains, including those in St. Peter's Square, because of Italy's drought.Vatican Radio on Monday said the decision is linked with Pope Francis' teachings on the environment. The pope has decried wasteful practices and praised...
Phelps Loses by 2 Seconds to Simula...

Phelps Loses by 2 Seconds to Simulated Shark in 'Shark Week'

Michael Phelps has finally met his match in the water: a "great white shark."The Olympic champion swimmer was bested Sunday night in the Discovery Channel's Shark Week special "Phelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Great White."But Phelps didn't swim with a real shark. He...
Telemedicine Apps Make Virtual Hous...

Telemedicine Apps Make Virtual House Calls a Reality

Medicine is undergoing a virtual digital revolution, pushing the common doctor's office visit into a brave new world of technology. If you've broken out in a strange new rash, are suffering a urinary tract infection, or have one of many other common health issues, you can...
Forbes: 73% of CBO's 'Lost Cover...

Forbes: 73% of CBO's 'Lost Coverage' Estimate Is From Repeal of Individual Mandate

Forbes' opinion editor Avik Roy is shredding the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office's evaluation of the Republican healthcare bill.
Court: Local Officials Can't Hold U...

Court: Local Officials Can't Hold Undocumented on ICE Detainers

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled Monday that undocumented immigrants can't be held by law enforcement on an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer alone.

NRA: 'Journalism Dies at the W...

NRA: 'Journalism Dies at the Washington Post'

The NRA has been firing back at false accusations made by the Washington Post including one that claimed the gun-rights advocate had illegal ties to Russia (Fake News). In a video released last week, Grant Stinchfield at NRA-TV suggested that the disgraced publication's motto should be, "Journalism Dies at the Washington Post," instead of, "Journalism Dies in Darkness." He called out the violence of the left and the lies told by the media.

"If gun-owners abused the Second Amendment the way you have abused your paper and the First Amendment, our rights would have been taken away long ago. You people do more damage to this country with a keyboard than every NRA member combined has ever done with a firearm."

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Of course, slandering and libeling the NRA is a regular activity for the media.

NYT Editor Insinuates Sexism ?Worse...

NYT Editor Insinuates Sexism ?Worse After The Election?

Once again, the liberal media are insinuating that sexism in America has hit a new low. The New York Times is currently collecting anecdotes from women recounting post-election sexist behavior. And (shocker) it’s pointing to the 2016 presidential election as the cause.

On July 20, The New York Times senior correspondent and editor on gender issues, Susan Chira, reported that a “wide range of women” have recently told her “men feel emboldened to make sexist remarks or to dismiss objections as ‘political correctness.’” She then asked NYT readers to report “concrete anecdotes” of sexism in her piece headlined “Has Sexism Become Worse After the Election?”

Chira’s effort to prove America has reached a new low when it comes to sexist behavior is both misguided and a little ridiculous. In our country’s earliest days, married women could not own property independently, and it was only in the past century that male lawmakers granted women the right to vote.

And the blatant misogyny women currently experience in Middle Eastern countries, particularly, makes sexism in America look like child’s play. New York Times readers were invited to report “an encounter at work, in your social life, on the street, or online.” Yet compare these abnormal “encounters” to the sexism incorporated into radically Islamic cultures -- something the liberal media rarely report.

Although, there are exceptions. Indeed, not too long ago, The New York Times itself published an opinion piece on how frequently liberals, favoring issues like abortion and the gender pay gap, overlook “Honor killings, child marriages, polygamy, sex slavery, and female genital mutilation” -- horrors that are normal to many women outside the comparatively privileged United States.

And The New York Times reflects this privilege perfectly. According to a 2012 survey from the Pew Research Center, 68% of the NYT’s regular readership is over the age of 30, 56% are college grads, and 38% are “high-income earners.” Most NYT readers identify as “liberal.”

If Chira wants to seriously consider a widespread increase in sexism after the election, she would do well to note the liberal media’s increasing attacks on conservative women -- particularly women working with the president. Protection from sexist behavior seems to apply to just about everyone except conservative women -- an obvious double-standard.

Chira’s “Has Sexism Become Worse After the Election” is simply contributing to an elitist, liberal echo chamber which, frankly, has nothing new to say apart from the alarmist rhetoric it regularly employs.

New York Times Still Loving ?Auntie...

New York Times Still Loving ?Auntie Maxine,? Victim of Racist Republicans

NewsBusters previously reported how a New York Times news story on July 8 gushed over “Auntie Maxie,” also known as Rep. Maxine Waters, the liberal U.S. Representative for California’s 43rd Congressional District.

Liberal journalist Ana Marie Cox’s obsequious interview in her slot at the back of the July 23 Times Sunday Magazine portrayed Waters as a hero to the young and hip, and proved the paper’s propaganda for liberal politicians can’t be limited to just one section of the paper. Waters is sufficiently left-wing for Cox, in a way that even CNN anchor Don Lemon failed to be: “Maxine Waters Is Learning From Millennials.” If being hip is being seen as engaging in some financial shenanigans with your husband, count me out (and most other millennials).

A truncated sampling of Cox’s super-soft treatment of Waters below. All of Cox’s questions are in bold, and some of Waters’ snide partisan responses are included in italics after the questions that triggered them.

Recently you’ve found internet fame after some of your public appearances went viral. Why do you think you’ve become so popular with young people?

How does it feel to be a meme?

I’ve seen a few references to your rhetoric, including the nickname Kerosene Maxine. Do you like-I don’t. I think it was born out of a right-wing group’s description of a person they didn’t like, and they try to tag you with something that would help others believe there’s something wrong with you. I like Auntie Maxine.

(So did the Times, in its headline on July 8.)

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You’ve actually said that you have a right to your anger. There’s a history of enslaved African-Americans having to make their slave masters comfortable. This business of what we call skinning and grinning -- that is something African-Americans are very much cognizant of.

Cox turned even potential tough topics into softballs, and allowed Waters to play the race card without rebuttal:

Tucker Carlson went after you recently: He used some very loaded language about your home, which he implied you could not afford on a government salary. I own several properties. The way he talked about it is: What right does an African-American woman have to do well? He doesn’t know anything about my investments, about the house that I’ve lived in for 25, 30 years. This idea of ‘‘how could she afford that?’’ is racist, and I just dismiss it.

Do you think that the Democrats should have made a more compelling argument to black voters in the last election?

In 2010, the Republican-dominated House ethics committee investigated you for allegations that you tried to intervene on behalf of a bank that your husband had a financial stake in, but you were cleared in 2012. Do you think it’s odd that they did that to you but won’t go after President Trump?

Do you think you might be having a more relaxed life if Trump weren’t president?

Do you feel pessimistic about the future under this administration?

If you could have a private conversation with Trump, what would you say to him? I would not waste my time.

Very classy!

'Daily Show' Stars Discus...

'Daily Show' Stars Discuss the Evil World of Trump, Claim Show Is the 'Most Factually Accurate News Source'

Last week, published an interview giving insight into the detached reality of two members of Comedy Central's The Daily Show. Desi Lydic is a field correspondent and Michele Wolf is a writer and on-screen contributor for the not-so-funny comedy show. Here are just a few comments made by the pair:

DESI LYDIC: How did you feel the day after the election?

MICHELLE WOLF: I was so sad. That’s when I cried on camera.


LYDIC: My husband and I, we looked at each other [On election night] and we were like, oh my god we just brought a child into this world. Maybe that’s dramatic, but it really felt like that.

Well, it's better than bringing a child into a world where Iran has nukes, illegal immigrant criminals are allowed to run free, and I have to wait months to receive adequate health care. But Trump is a meany head, right?

WOLF: We’re clearly a liberal leaning show, but I would argue we are the most factually accurate news source. Like we have a fact checker, and he won’t let anything slide by that’s not accurate.

This coming from the show that claimed Fox News is just like North Korean propaganda.

Among other things they also whined about the demise of Planned Parenthood:

LYDIC: Sometimes it’s inspired because it’s something that I care about, but also you immediately see the comedy in it. Like there was this idea [where states] were trying to make it harder for women to go to Planned Parenthood. But they were saying, "Here’s this list of other places where you can go and get your health care services." The places they listed were like a dentist's office, the Salvation Army, the school nurse of a high school. I’m like, this would make a great field piece, because not only is this absurd and crazy, but I want to go to a Salvation Army and ask for a pap smear. Like, I want to try and get a pap smear at the dentist’s office.

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Uhhmm....what? No serious person is suggesting you go to the dentist for a pap smear. That is not what the vast majority of Planned Parenthood critics are arguing. There are plenty of health service providers for women that don't use taxpayer dollars to perform abortions. I would tell these two to stick with comedy, but they aren't particularly good at that either.

CBS to Abortion Provider: Can We ?B...

CBS to Abortion Provider: Can We ?Believe? Pro-Life Group Isn't Violent?

CBS This Morning on Monday highlighted an abortion battle in Kentucky and the efforts to close the last remaining clinic. Journalist Anna Werner talked to the clinic’s director and pressed her on whether she really “believes” the assertion by a pro-life group that they are non-violent. A CBS graphic for the segment fretted, “Closing the Last Clinic?” 

Speaking of Operation Save America, Werner asked Anne Ahola: “One of their activists told me they don't espouse violence. Do you believe that?” She continued that Ahola “has been the clinic's director for 17 years" and wondered, "How do you feel about being a target?” 

She then featured unchallenged reply: 

AHOLA: It's offensive because there are people outside who believe they have a monopoly over God and they don't understand He is in there too. God is everywhere. You know, those people outside aren't the only Christians in the world. 

CBS has previously decried the GOP’s efforts to defund Planned Parenthood.     

In March, This Morning co-host Gayle King wondered if Republicans were planning a “war on women” with the effort. 

A transcript of the segment is below: 

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CBS This Morning 
7:16am ET 

CBS graphic: Closing the Last Clinic? Anti-Abortion Activists Target KY’s Final Provider 

GAYLE KING: Kentucky has become ground zero for the abortion debate and the state. It’s sole remaining abortion clinic is under threat and the state could become the first in the nation without an abortion provider. Hundreds of protesters from a national anti-abortion group are gathering there this week. They're making the state and the clinic their target. Anna Werner is in Louisville where she’s been talking to the clinic’s director and those who want to shut it down. Anna, good morning.  

ANNA WERNER: Good morning, Gayle. And what you're looking at here, this black and yellow tape on the sidewalk, this is a buffer zone. It was put into place by a federal judge late last week because back in May protesters actually blocked patients' access into this abortion clinic. Now what the protesters have been doing is lining up along the edge talking to patients as they go in. Their goal is to shut this clinic down. Abortion opponents started gathering at churches in Louisville over the weekend, gearing up for citywide protests. Evangelical activists Jason Storms and wife Sarah brought their eight children with them from Milwaukee along with a firm belief. 

JASON STORMS: We have the wholesale, legalized, protected, tax-subsidized killing of little human beings in the womb is, to me, deplorable. 

WERNER: The group he belongs to, Operation Save America, calls Roe V. Wade, a covenant with death, and wants to close down the clinic, the last remaining abortion provider  in the state.

GOVERNOR MATT BEVIN: This is exactly why this matters. 

WERNER: Kentucky's abortion landscape is changing. Republican governor Matt Bevin publicly opposes abortion and the GOP-controlled legislature has passed new restrictions on abortion. In May, nearly a dozen protesters were arrested for blocking entrance to the clinic. Storm says they plan to be peaceful this time. 

STORMS: Well, there’s certainly not going to be any violence by anybody on our side. 

WERNER: One of their activists told me that they don't espouse violence. Do you believe that? 

ANNE AHOLA (EMW Women’s Surgical Center Director): No. 

WERNER: Anne Ahola has been the clinic’s director for 17 years. How do you feel about being a target? 

AHOLA: It's offensive because there are people outside who believe they have a monopoly over God and they don't understand He is in there too. God is everywhere. You know, those people outside aren't the only Christians in the world. 

WERNER: So the U.S. marshals are here to help keep the piece today. Also later today the federal judge is going to decide whether to keep this buffer zone in place for a long period of time, but protesters don't just plan to be here. They plan to go to the clinic doctors’ home as well, Jeff.  

The Anatomy of a Mass Media Fake Ne...

The Anatomy of a Mass Media Fake News Lie

The Internet is a wondrous free speech-free market Xanadu.  It has revolutionized an incalculable number of things.  Life is better, stronger, faster - easier.    

But like any other tool - a gun, hammer or shovel, for instance - the Internet can be used for things both good…and ill.  Which brings us to the legacy media - the Jurassic Press. 

Before the Internet and the rest of the new media revolution - the Jurassic Press had a monopoly.  A tiny coterie of Leftist outlets - controlled the entire national narrative. 

The World Wide Web - shattered the media landscape.  With shards for everyone.  There were millions of media pieces now available.  To anyone from anywhere along the ideological spectrum. 

Nothing before the Internet made free speech more horizontal.  Never before was the bar of discourse entry so low.

The Jurassic Press, quite obviously, loathe this revolution evolution.  They’ve now had two decades to adjust - and they aren't doing it very well. 

Their political sameness and bias - always suspected or intuited - was wholly exposed now that people had many additional news options with which to compare and contrast.

But rather than adjust their perspective and its presentation - the Press has become ever more strident and harder Left.

The Press, however, has learned one thing.  The Web makes it exponentially easier to try to implement the mass lie.

The Jurassic Press is a tightly knit messaging bubble.  One major outlet lies - and all the rest very rapidly fall in line behind.  The Web exponentially increases the speed of the lie’s spread.  We are hastily awash in their fake news disinformation. 

And so it is - when it comes to news about the Internet.  The Press loves big government.  And they despise the free market Internet - in no small part for what it’s done to them.  So for them, flacking for big government Internet policies - that shrink and diminish our Web options - is for them an obvious win-win.  

A little governmental background: The offending Internet-overregulation bureaucracy - is the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).  The Barack Obama FCC executed a HUGE Internet power grab (Title II reclassification - imposing 1945 landline phone law on to the Web - and Network Neutrality).  The Donald Trump Administration - is currently in the process of undoing said ridiculous grab.

The FCC is ostensibly an independent agency.  Created that way by Congress - to allegedly remove politics from what is supposed to be an expert, fact-driven decision-making body.  (A seriously delusional notion for anything that has anything to do with DC - but that’s how it was drawn up.) 

So collusion between the FCC and the White House - is considered to be a titanic no-no.  For the Press - this only means its yet another weapon to use against Republicans.  Non-existent GOP collusion is created out of whole cloth.  Meanwhile, massive Democrat collusion is ignored. 

To wit: What the Washington Post has been doing.  Their Tech reporter Brian Fung - is an an absurd caricature of all the awful for which the Jurassic Press stands. 

Fung ignored glaringly obvious collusion between the Obama White House and the Obama FCC when the later was power grabbing the Web. 

President Obama to FCC: Reclassify Broadband Service as Title II to Protect Net Neutrality

That isn't even collusion - it’s a direct order.  To which the Obama FCC happily acquiesced.  And with which Fung found nothing wrong.

But from the moment Trump took his oath of office - Fung has been on non-stop collusion watch.  So meticulous is Fung now, he reports on it - even when there isn’t any.

Repeatedly.  Last week, Fung and the Post foisted upon us:

The White House Just Endorsed the FCC’s Effort to Roll Back its Net Neutrality Rules

Wow - that sounds like collusion.  Not an outright order - like the Obama White House issued.  Not a leading statement - demanding a certain outcome.  But definitely a backing of the Trump FCC’s play.  And then there’s this:

“The Trump administration has signaled that it stands behind efforts by the Federal Communications Commission and its chairman, Ajit Pai, to roll back the agency's net neutrality regulations for Internet providers.”

That too sounds like collusion. 

What none of it sounds like - is anything remotely resembling what the White House actually said.  The VERY NEXT paragraph in Fung’s piece - after the one we just cited - was this

“‘We support the FCC chair's efforts to review and consider rolling back these rules,’ said deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, ‘and believe that the best way to get fair rules for everyone is for Congress to take action and create regulatory and economic certainty.’”

I’m sure you got that - even if Fung chose not to do so. 

The White House supports the PROCESS - the “efforts to review and consider rolling back the rules.”  That’s nowhere near endorsing any sort of OUTCOME. 

I’m a Washington Redskins fan.  I wholly endorsed the playing of - and the Redskins participating in - Super Bowl XVIII.  That doesn’t mean I endorsed the result - which was the Oakland Raiders killing the Redskins 38-9.

You can support the process - without endorsing any sort of outcome.  Which is the total extent of what Trump’s spokesman did.  Nothing more.  No endorsement of any outcome.  Certainly no direct order demanding one.   

This - for whatever reason - was entirely lost on the Post’s Fung.  And as a lead dog in the Jurassic Press sled team - the Post’s lie quickly beget untold numbers of other lies.      

White House Endorses FCC Chair Ajit Pai's Quest to Murder Net Neutrality

Trump Endorses FCC's Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality

The White House Endorses the FCC’s Effort to Roll Back its Net Neutrality Rules

Trump Team Endorses Overturning Obama-Era Net Neutrality Rules

White House Gives Thumbs Up to Overturning Net Neutrality Rules

White House Supports FCC Plan to Dismantle Net Neutrality

Each of those stories - is from a different major media outlet.  Each of their stories - begat lots and LOTS of reposts.  By outlets of all shapes and sizes.

Round and round the Internet - did the Fung-Post Big Lie go.

Thankfully, we now have lots and LOTS of outlets - to counteract their Big Lie with the truth. 

Here’s hoping the Jurassic Press doesn’t get their big government wish - which would do much to limit our options.   


Jared Kushner Denies Russian Collus...

Jared Kushner Denies Russian Collusion: Trump Won Because He ?Had a Better Message and Ran a Smarter Campaign?

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner prepares to leave after speaking to reporters outside the White House in Washington, Monday, July 24, 2017, following a meeting behind closed doors with the Senate Intelligence Committee on the investigation into possible collusion between Russian officials and the Trump campaign. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
White House senior adviser Jared Kushner denied colluding with Russia Monday afternoon, saying in a rare public statement that his father-in-law Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election because he ?had a better message and ran a smarter campaign.?
Kushner: ?I Did Not Collude With Ru...

Kushner: ?I Did Not Collude With Russia,? Suggesting Trump Won Because of Russia ?Ridicules? His Voters

During a statement on Monday, President Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner stated that he didn’t collude with Russia and doesn’t know of anyone else in the Trump campaign who did. He also denied having any improper contacts or relying on Russian funds for his businesses. Kushner said, “Since the first questions were raised in March, I have been consistent in saying that I was eager to share any information I have with the investigating bodies, and I have done so today. The record and documents I have voluntarily provided will show that all of my actions were proper, and occurred in the normal course of events of a very unique campaign. Let me be very clear, I did not collude with Russia, nor do I know of anyone else in the campaign who did so. I had no improper contacts. I have not relied on Russian funds for my businesses. And I have been fully transparent in providing all requested information. Donald Trump had a better message and ran a smarter campaign, and that is why he won. Suggesting otherwise ridicules those who voted for him.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
Caddell: Deep State Is Willing to R...

Caddell: Deep State Is Willing to Risk U.S. National Security to Damage Trump

Pat Caddell joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday to discuss the reaction to Sean Spicer's resignation, possible conflicts of interest for Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and other news worthy issues, as well.
Very Fake News: CNN?s Jake Tapper C...

Very Fake News: CNN?s Jake Tapper Claims ?Every Intelligence Expert? Under Trump, Obama Affirms Russia Interference

JERUSALEM -- During yesterday?s State of the Union program on CNN, host Jake Tapper wildly asserted that ?every intelligence expert, both under the Obama administration and under the Trump administration? agrees with the assessment that Russia attempted to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.
Losing: Megyn Kelly Hits Yet Anothe...

Losing: Megyn Kelly Hits Yet Another Viewership Low

NBC?s Megyn Kelly could not even get 3 million total viewers this week, hitting another new low as her sunday newsmagazine show?s ratings continue to plummet.
Gainor: NYT, WaPo Just ?Vanity Pres...

Gainor: NYT, WaPo Just ?Vanity Press? Propped Up by Billionaire Owners

FILE - In this Jan. 28, 2016, file photo, billionaire Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos talks about the history and character of the Post during a dedication ceremony for its new headquarters in Washington. Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told Fox News in an interview on May 12, 2016, that Bezos was using the Post to help Amazon avoid taxes. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
Dan Gainor, vice president of Business and Culture at the Media Research Center, joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday to discuss press reaction to Anthony Scaramucci, the New York Times? continued blaming of sexism for Hillary Clinton's election loss, and other current media topics.

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Does This Bikini-Clad Sports Illustrated Video Go Too Far?

It's pretty wild
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Couple Doses Newborn With Drugs At Hospital To Hide Infant?s Addiction Withdrawal

'Hours after the baby was born'
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Majority Of Dems, Republicans Would Rather Internet Be ?Safe? Than ?Free?

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'Appropriately focuses sanctions on the intended target'
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Tillerson, Mattis ?Teamed Up? To Shoot Down McMaster?s Afghanistan Plan

The secretaries did not think Trump would go for it


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