Saturday, March 25, 2017

Donald Trump: Unchained and unapologetic

Donald Trump reportedly started work in the Oval Office on Thursday morning and told his staff he wanted to hold a press conference that day.

A Calculatingly Clever Political Move

And so the battle rages on between President Trump and the rule of law vs. liberal judges and justices who flagrantly violate the law that is our Constitution.

Trump Administration May Evict the Press from the White House

The upset to the existing order caused by the presidential election has been acutely felt by no one, perhaps, so much it has by the national press.

Celebrities and Politics; Why we need to listen

Lately, there have been a lot of Hollywood celebrities running for political office . . . or at least acting like it. It appears the general population of the US demands that celebrities tell us all how to think.

Then Came Trump

So that was Christmas, and what have we done? Another year over and a new one just begun! In the still sweet morning of December 26, people start preparing for the next blast of holiday cheer. Happy New Year!!! What will 2017 bring?

Watching the Fakestream Break Down

I never thought I'd see the day when U.S. political elites went stark raving mad. But this is what Hillary Clinton told her big money donors recently.

Democrats shouldn’t throw stones

Since Donald Trump won the presidency, Hillary supporters and liberals want to find something or someone to blame.

Conspiracy Theories and Fake News

Fake news is the new buzz phrase of liberals since the 2016 election. While present since the conception of the internet, the left has suddenly determined fake news must be eliminated . . . immediately.

In Search Of: Fake News (The New Bigfoot)

Fake news is the new version of Bigfoot. Everyone has heard of it, some claim to have seen it, but no one seems to know what it is or have any definitive proof it exists.

Malkin Slams Clinton: Calling for ‘Fake News’ Laws is ‘Chutzpah on Stilts’

Conservative author Michelle Malkin criticized former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for highlighting the need for referendum to counteract "fake news".

Can The Public Be Trusted With Their Own Voice?

For the first several decades of my life, almost all of the news received by the public came either from newspapers, the radio, or one of 2-or-3 Major Network television news stations. Nobody questioned the news back then, and the media was a faithful watchdog on our Halls of Power within the Beltway.

Countries that Won and Countries that Lost in Last Week’s Election

By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / Right Side Patriots on American Political Radio bit.ly/2cpXuRd It’s over...Donald J. Trump won and thankfully for our...

Sex Kitten Megyn Kelly Turns Feminist Warrior

Newt Gingrich is right. Fox News darling, Megyn Kelly obsesses with sex, at least by Trump.

Colin Kaepernick Converted To Islam Before His Anti-American Stance. Coincidence?

UPDATED: A report from Fox Sports analyst Jay Glazer indicates that the San Francisco 49ers are more than likely assembling the paperwork to cut quarterback Colin Kaepernick. “Regardless of politics or not, he has a very, very big uphill battle to make this team. I’d be shocked if he’s on the 49ers by the time this season ends. It has nothing to do with political views whatsoever. I’d be shocked if he’s on this roster by the end of this year. He may not be on it in the next two weeks,” Glazer said Monday on Fox Sports.

Huma Abedin separates from Anthony Weiner after latest sexting report

Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin announced Monday she is separating from husband and former Congressman Anthony Weiner, after a new report that he had sent explicit photos to a woman multiple times over the last 19 months.

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