Readers Want News Not Fluff

by Walter Brasch The New York Post, a Rupert Murdoch tabloid publication that isn’t likely to win a Pulitzer Prize anytime soon, splashed a full page picture of a smiling Jennifer Anniston on its Sept. 21 front cover. In the upper left-hand space it placed all-capitals text: “BRANGELINA 2004–2016.” Inside … Continue reading

Trump Campaign Struggles to Dial Back 2nd Amendment Reference to Hillary Today

Donald Trump really stepped in it at his campaign rally in North Carolina today when he suggested that 2nd Amendment supporters could “stop” Hillary Clinton. His campaign is desperately trying to quell the bleeding caused earlier today… Trump’s senior communications advisor Jason Miller said in a statement released to the … Continue reading

I Thought the GOP was AGAINST Big Government

We ought to be chilled. Instead, this will be cast into another “us versus them” bit of minor pettifoggery, while the intent to use government as a tool of political vendetta looms large already, without a Trump presidency that would almost undoubtedly be partially devoted to settling all and any scores, old and new.
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Boehner’s Blatant Lie: Does the Truth Matter? At ALL?

The question is– aside from the Logan Act, which, while not probably actionable, STILL strongly indicates that only the President makes foreign policy — can one lying leader of one Congressional House, invite a foreign head of state, while lying about his authority to do so, without our national press noticing or much caring that it is a blatant falsehood that walks right up to the front porch of treason and sedition and rings the doorbell? Continue reading

How many Republicans does it take to change a light bulb?

The [Fox News] network aired 281 segments alleging a “cover-up” by the Obama administration, with over a hundred references to past Washington scandals like Watergate and Iran-Contra. The study also found that Fox News tried 105 times to link Benghazi to Clinton’s presumed political aspirations.
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