Authored by David Stockman via The Daily Reckoning, There’s not many tears being shed over Steve Bannon’s departure. His ethno-nationalist and protectionist worldview are opposite to true notions of liberty, free markets and a minimalist...Show More Summary
Steve Bannon, the Trump administration’s most prominent white nationalist figurehead, is no longer operating from within the inner sanctum of the White House. But his dismissal seems to have had little effect on President Donald Trump’s penchant for spewing coded, racist messages to rally faithful supporters to his side. In the aftermath of a deadly […]
Tuesday night’s speech revealed once again that Trump was Trump before Bannon ever came around.
A self-proclaimed email prankster posing as Steve Bannon tricked top Breitbart editors into agreeing to help bring down the former White House Chief Strategist’s enemies. The Bannon impersonator sent emails from a fake account to Editor-in-Chief...Show More Summary
According to reports, the editor thought he was emailing with Steve Bannon.
(Imaginechina via AP Images) Flags were hung in Tiananmen Square in Beijing to welcome the visit of President Obama on November 17, 2009. W hile Steve Bannon’s departure from the White House is being cheered and largely welcomed by the...Show More Summary
By Ryan Lizza Throughout the summer, six men—four members of Congress and two Trump officials—have been meeting in secret to rewrite the American tax code. The private sessions happen every two weeks or so—there’s no set schedule—often in the suite of either Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the House, or Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority […]
Macroeconomists are making Steve Bannon look good.
Steve Bannon was the one individual with the intellectual firepower, intestinal fortitude, and strategic vision to check the unchecked growth of our government.
Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, As I noted in last Friday’s piece, Donald Trump Finally Comes Out of the Closet, the firing of Steve Bannon represents the most significant event to occur during the Trump administration thus far. Show More Summary
The same person who tricked "The Mooch" via email has now fooled the editor of Breitbart — posing as none other than Steve Bannon. The self-proclaimed "email prankster" contacted Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow from firstname.lastname@example.org. Show More Summary
Ryan Lizza on how Steve Bannon lost to Gary Cohn and those whom Bannon derided as “globalists” in the battle to define the Trump Administration’s economic agenda.
In an extended tweetstorm conccurrent with Trump's Monday night Afghanistan address, Ron Paul lashed out at the president, saying that at long last, Trump's neo-con nature had emerged. "Steve Bannon brakes removed. Neocons feeling their...Show More Summary
Inspired by Bannon's departure from the White House, the prankster was able to get Breitbart editors to say a lot! The post Email Prankster Hilariously Dupes Breitbart Editors Into Believing He Is Steve Bannon appeared first on RedState.
A former Breitbart spokesman warns with Steve Bannon out, President Trump should worry about losing their support. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) reports.
An email prankster posing as former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon fooled top Breitbart editors into acknowledging that they were running critical articles about White House advisers Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump. As CNNShow More Summary
When Steve Bannon left the White House and fled directly to Breitbart, his conservative news outpost, pundits panicked about how he could push the Trump agenda from the outside. The 63-year-old Mr Bannon is best known for helping Mr Trump hone his populist rhetoric as a candidate, and push his nationalist agenda as President. Show More Summary
The "email prankster" created an account posing as Steve Bannon, who left the administration and returned to Breitbart last week.
“A self-described ’email prankster’ seemingly fooled top editors at Breitbart over the weekend into believing he was Steve Bannon, the fired White House chief strategist who returned to the right-wing website as executive chairman on Friday,” CNN reports. “In the [...]
CNN reports: A self-described “email prankster” seemingly fooled top editors at Breitbart over the weekend into believing he was Steve Bannon, the fired White House chief strategist who returned to the right-wing website as executive chairman on Friday. Show More Summary