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WSJ editor: Trump needs to be destroyed in the November election to teach GOP voters a lesson

4 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Appearing on CNN, an opinion page editor from the Wall Street Journal left no doubt how he feels about presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying not only will he not vote for him, but that Trump needs to be crushed in the November election as a lesson to Republicans. Pressed by host...

WSJ‘s Bret Stephens: Trump Must Lose So Badly That the GOP Voters ‘Learn Their Lesson’

6 hours agoNews : Mediaite

Wall Street Journal's Bret Stephens said that it was important for Donald Trump to lose the general election so utterly that the Republican party and its voters "learn their lesson" and never nominate someone like him ever agin.

Trump Rails Against 'Mexican' Judge In Trump Univ. Case

This is the presumptive GOP nominee, folks. A thin-skinned liar and bigot. But you knew that already. And of course the judge was born in Indiana. Source: Wall Street Journal SAN DIEGO–In one of his most personal attacks against an apolitical...Show More Summary

U.S. Navy’s Deadly New Supergun: ‘This Is Going To Change The Way We Fight,’ Says Top Military Official

The U.S. Navy recently revealed a deadly new supergun that is described as being a “potent offensive weapon to blow holes in enemy ships, destroy tanks and level terrorist camps.” As reported by The Wall Street Journal, the weapon is called a railgun and requires neither gunpowder nor explosive. Show More Summary

Goldberg on McCloskey and Spencer

(May 28, 2016 07:04 AM, by Alberto Mingardi) Jonah Goldberg has an excellent post on "Social Darwinism", in which he builds on a potential imprecision by Deirdre McCloskey, who published a piece in the Wall Street Journal abridging her new, wonderful book "Bourgeois Equality". Goldberg singles out this... (0 COMMENTS)

Basketball, More Than Any Other Major Sport, Is a Family Affair

Want to play in the NBA? It definitely helps to have brothers, fathers, or uncles who've blazed that particular trail. A Wall Street Journal study found basketball, more than other professional sports, seems to run in the family. On the Golden State Warriors alone, Steph Curry's father and brother made...

A Scary New Study Links Cell Phones And Cancer. Don't Stress. At All.

A new study of rats and mice, funded by the government, links cell phones and cancer. “It’s the moment we’ve been dreading,” exclaims Mother Jones. Stop with the dread, MoJo. (You too, Wall Street Journal.) Experts say the result may not be true, and even if it is, that the types [...]

The Wall Street Journal Staff Told to Be ‘Fair’ to Mendacious Demagogue Because ‘Serious People’ Support Him

An anonymous insider at The Wall Street Journal has shared the following anecdote with Politico: During a recent morning meeting at the paper, editor-in-chief Gerry Baker reminded his staff to be “fair” to Donald Trump, because “no matter what people think of him, Trump’s a serious candidate and lots of ... More »

Study Sees Link Between Cellphones, Cancer, but 'Far From Definitive'

The concern that cellphones may lead to cancer has been bounced around for years—and partial results from a $25 million government study purport to have found such a link, though with major caveats, the Wall Street Journal reports. Per the so-far results of the multiyear National Toxicology Program study...

Romney Says He Opposes Trump So He Can Sleep

Mitt Romney told the Wall Street Journal that the decision to take on Donald Trump was a matter of personal integrity. Said Romney: “I know that some people are offended that someone who lost and is the former nominee continues [......

Here's what we actually know about cellphones and cancer

The Wall Street Journal reports that a multi-year study by the US government has found a weak link between cell phones and cancer. No one disputes that cell phones emit radiation that can be absorbed by human tissue. Still, that doesn't...Show More Summary

Congress Continues Not to Care About Phone Scams Aimed at Elderly

The Wall Street Journal has an article today about the massive spike in robocall phone scams, mostly aimed at the elderly. Luckily, there are several well-known ways that phone companies could put a stop to this. So what's happeningShow More Summary

Facebook begins tracking non-users around the internet

Topic: Online Privacy Facebook will now display ads to web users who are not members of its social network, the company announced Thursday, in a bid to significantly expand its online ad network. As The Wall Street Journal reports, Facebook...Show More Summary

Wall Street Journal Tallies DoJ and SEC’s Pathetic Record in Tacking Wall Street Crime

The officialdom continues to defend the half-hearted effort by the DoJ and SEC to pursue financial services industry misconduct.

The IRS Scandal, Day 1114

Wall Street Journal editorial, Instant Document Destruction at the IRS: Has the Internal Revenue Service been systematically evading federal record-keeping laws? On Monday the Cause of Action Institute sued the IRS and commissioner John Koskinen for refusing to preserve electronic employee communications that concern official business. Cause of Action says...

Facebook is shutting down the video ad company it bought for about half a billion two years ago (FB)

Facebook is shutting down its video ad exchange, LiveRail, sources tell The Wall Street Journal. Facebook bought the ad tech company for a reported $400 million to $500 million in July 2014 to help it "make video advertising much better...Show More Summary

Airlines Are Giving You Yet Another Reason to Be Enraged

As if you needed another reason to be frustrated with airlines, they have devised a new way to make your blood boil. According to The Wall Street Journal, airlines will now charge families a fee to have guaranteed seats next to one another. Show More Summary

Wall Street Crime: 7 Years, 156 Cases and Few Convictions

The Wall Street Journal examined 156 criminal and civil cases brought by the Justice Department, Securities and Exchange Commission and Commodity Futures Trading Commission against 10 of the largest Wall Street banks since 2009. In 81% of those cases, individual employees were neither identified nor charged. Show More Summary

Gawker is considering selling itself after its $140 million loss to Hulk Hogan

Gawker Media is "exploring strategic options, including potential sale," as the company continues its legal battle with former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan, according to The Wall Street Journal's Steven Perlberg. This news follows an earlier...Show More Summary

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