Ultimately, this site is about solutions. I want to take a moment to thank every reader who took the time to email me after spotting oftwominds.com on the Washington Post's absurd "list of Russian propaganda sites." You all got the joke,...Show More Summary
Fortunately, Trump’s no Caesar yet, as the Washington Post’s Alex Wellerstein has a meltdown in the Era of Trump No one can stop President Trump from using nuclear weapons. That’s
Couple who carried out San Bernardino massacre googled "who is the leader of ISIS?" on morning of attack, ABC News reporting — Mohamad Bazzi (@BazziNYU) December 1, 2016 The Washington Post, doing journalism: … “The brutality of the attack’s perpetrators could not have been in starker contrast to the selflessness and generosity that characterized those […]
The Washington Post was given an exclusive tour of the new MGM National Harbor before its grand opening on Dec. 8.
``The "Russians did it" story was greedily devoured by a growing segment of blue-state America that is beginning to fall victim to the same conspiracist tendencies that became epidemic on the political right in the last few years... Most high school papers wouldn't touch sources like these. Show More Summary
Dana Milbank, Washington Post: Remember Trump's talk about taking on the elites and the well-connected? Well, you can stick a sterling-silver fork in it. The Trump campaign, a revolution of sans-culottes, has yielded to a Trump transition...Show More Summary
Many reporters rallied around Truthdig and other news sites erroneously tarred as pro-Russian propagandists by a dubious blacklist given undeserved credence by the Post.
WASHINGTON - U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, who is charged with desertion for walking away from his combat post in Afghanistan in 2009, has asked President Barack Obama for a pardon, the White House said on Saturday. Obama will relinquish office on Jan. Show More Summary
The Media Research Center’s Rich Noyes appeared on the Fox Business Network, Friday, to blast a journalistic double standard on Donald Trump’s “wealthy” cabinet. Responding to the Washington Post's whining about net worth, the MRC research director highlighted, “President-elect Trump is picking people with actual success. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the former prisoner of war who's accused of endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan, is asking President Barack Obama to pardon him before leaving office. If the pardon...Show More Summary
The Washington Post reports: President-elect Donald Trump’s ultra-wealthy Cabinet nominees will be able to avoid paying millions of dollars in taxes in the coming weeks when they sell some of their holdings to avoid conflicts of interest in their new positions. Show More Summary
Beyond the prestige of holding a top position in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration is an extra bonus for what is shaping up to be the richest cabinet ever. According to the Washington Post, wealthy cabinet members may be in line to duck out on paying hundreds of million dollars in...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A former prisoner of war accused of endangering his U.S. comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan is asking President Barack Obama to pardon him before leaving office. The Obama administration's decision to swap prisoners for his return in 2014 was criticized by some Republicans.
Do you need a financial adviser? Barry Ritholtz Washington Post, November 22 Do you need a financial adviser? It is a simple question, but many investors are not sure about it. New changes in law (the fiduciary standard) and technology (robo-advisers) have added layers of complication to the answer. Show More Summary
The Washington Post spoke this week to Matteo Salvini, the head of Italy’s right-wing Northern League Party, which has been one of the biggest forces in opposing proposed constitutional changes that will go to a referendum on Sunday. The Northern League and another populist party, the Five Star Movement, have surged in the polls as […]
Washington Post political columnist Philip Bump joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the possible implications of Donald Trump's risky call to Taiwan, and his Cabinet picks.
Authored by William Blum, originally posted at Strategic-Culture.org, On November 16, at a State Department press briefing, department spokesperson John Kirby was having one of his frequent adversarial dialogues with Gayane Chichakyan, a reporter for RT (Russia Today); this time concerning U.S. Show More Summary
Dana Milbank, Washington Post: Millions of would-be voters didn't participate because of obstacles designed to discourage them. The hurdles were, thanks to a 2013 Supreme Court ruling invalidating key parts of the Voting Rights Act, largely legal. Show More Summary
On November 30, one week after the Washington Post launched its witch hunt against "Russian propaganda fake news", with 390 votes for, the House quietly passed "H.R. 6393, Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017", sponsored...Show More Summary