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Facing The Budget

Each year legislators sharpen their knives, consider key constituent needs and meet to pass a budget. This year isn’t very different except that when the Republicans could not unify to replace the Affordable Care Act, unexpected questions about the party emerged. The Democrats are united in opposition and after tasting Republican blood in the DC […]

New York Times Misses the Mark on Hillary’s Defeat

What the Times reporters are missing is that their reporting reveals how Lynch was playing politics, passionately trying to downplay the Clinton investigation.

Washington Post Buries Favorable Trump Poll Numbers

A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds that while Donald Trump is the least popular president in modern times, he would still beat Hillary Clinton if the election were held today. The poll found that Trump’s approval ratings were at 42 percent and his disapproval ratings were at 53 percent. This compares To Obama’s 69-26 […]

Giving NY’s Governor a $783,000 Bribe Is Business as Usual for Rupert Murdoch

Murdoch has long made a practice of funneling large payments to influential politicians via HarperCollins book contracts, in what amounts to a system of legalized bribery.

Jihad Watch Director Robert Spencer on Islam, the Media, Universities and Free Speech

Jihad Watch Director Robert Spencer rejects the notion that “Islam is a religion of peace,” and asserts that to confront terrorism people must understand that the terrorists’ ideology derives from Islamic “texts and teachings.” “And it is not racism or bigotry or hatred to note that jihadis are using the texts and teachings of Islam […]

3 Count: Lost in Translation

Abbott and Costello heirs petition Supreme Court in case over Who's on First, fansubs ruled illegal in the Netherlands and John Deere takes DMCA spotlight. The post 3 Count: Lost in Translation appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Consultant Gives France’s Marine Le Pen 40% Chance of Victory, The Economist gives 1% Chance

Ian Bremmer, president of risk consultant group Eurasia Group, took issue with the left-leaning magazine The Economist over the predicted chances of a Marine Le Pen victory in France’s final round of presidential elections. Le Pen, often...Show More Summary

CNN Raised Alarm over Betsy DeVos and Her Student Loans Policies

Betsy DeVos, the new Department of Education cabinet secretary for President Donald Trump, is still deciding on student loan repayments and borrowing policies at the department. Yet, CNN raised the alarm because of the uncertainty, which is to be expected under a new administration.

Liberal Media Heralds Anti-Trump ‘Patriots’ in the ‘March for Science’

The ‘March for Science,’ which took place on April 22 (Earth Day), was yet-another anti-Trump march meant to allow anti-Trump elements to vent their frustration in public. Previous anti-Trump marches were the Women’s March on Washington on January 21st and the Tax March on April 14th. Yet, the liberal media does not recognize that these […]

Why did a Venezuelan-Owned Firm Donate $500,000 to Trump’s Inauguration while Facing Debt?

The socialist Venezuelan government-owned oil firm, Citgo, donated $500,000 to help cover the costs of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. It called Venezuela’s spending into question under Nicolas Maduro, Hugo Chavez’s protege, as people are starving and the country’s cash reserves are dwindling quickly.

Socialism Implosion Coming? Venezuela Down $10 Billion in Reserves since 2015

Venezuela’s socialist government has whittled down the country’s cash reserves from $20 billion down to $10 billion this year, while it needs $6 billion to pay off its debt. If Venezuela cannot pay them off, scarce resources like food will become even more scarce. Looks like socialism in Venezuela under Hugo Chavez’s protege, Nicolas Maduro, is […]

The Moral Obscenity of Kim’s North Korea

North Korea’s menace has been all over the news, including its missiles tests, visible preparations for a sixth nuclear test and its threats to attack a U.S. aircraft carrier and to reduce the U.S. to ashes with a “super-mighty preemptive strike.” Assorted experts, debating how to handle the rogue regime of Kim Jong Un, have […]

What’s Wrong With This Picture? Fawning Praise of Bush’s Veteran Art Ignores Iraqi Victims

In all of the fawning press coverage of George W. Bush's paintings of US veterans, one thing has been notably absent: Bush’s Iraqi victims.

Karma Catches Up With Bill O’Reilly

Corporate advertisers, undeterred by O'Reilly's years of on-air racism, sexism, homophobia, Islamophobia, outright lying and hate-mongering, evidently decided that was a bridge too far.

New York Times Sports Editor Takes Blame for Inaccurate Tweet About Patriots Visit to White House

Less than one day after The New York Times Sports Twitter account issued a tweet that inaccurately compared the number of New England Patriots players and staff that visited the White House when Barack Obama was president to the visit they had on Wednesday, the Times’ sports editor  John Stallman took responsibility in an email […]

7 Takeaways from ‘Shattered’, the Book about Hillary Clinton’s Failed Campaign

There have been multiple excerpts of the book, “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign”, which detailed the shortcomings and failings of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. Here are seven major takeaways from those excerpts: Hillary Clinton’s campaign did not do much, if any, polling in battleground states. Show More Summary

Liberal Media Alarmed by VP Mike Pence’s North Korea Speech

Vice President Mike Pence visited Japan and gave a speech that alarmed the liberal media over its rhetoric, primarily how the U.S. will not tolerate aggressive actions by the North Korean communist regime. Let’s take a look at the headlines and see how the media framed Pence’s speech (which you can watch here): CNN: Vice President […]

Liberal Media Left Feeling Empty after NCAA Returns Tournaments to North Carolina

The liberal media appears to be feeling empty after the NCAA kept championship tournaments in the state of North Carolina after the state legislature and governor reached a compromise on House Bill 2. House Bill 2, known as HB2, was passed to make sure that people went to the bathroom according to their birth gender. […]

What the Vietnam War Should Tell Us About Committing Ground Forces in Syria

In today’s world of a Donald Trump presidency in which any actions he undertakes, regardless of its logical rational, becomes a topic of criticism by his political opponents, we must look at two of his decisions – independent of the tainted lenses through which critics choose to view them – made concerning Syria. The first, […]

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