New York Times headline specifically referenced Trump ‘wiretaps.’
Mark Levin, the man who started the ball rolling on ‘Obamagate’ by connecting the dots across various President Obama actions over the last year, has issued an open letter to CNN’s Brian Stetler, exclaiming “you are thoroughly dishonest.”
In response to this…
Levin writes… “You Are Thoroughly Dishonest”
When President Trump unveiled his first travel ban, he argued it shouldn’t have any advance notice to keep “bad dudes” from rushing into the country.
If the ban were announced with a one week notice, the “bad” would rush into our country during that week. A lot
Liberal media claims crucifix attracts “xenophobic” Christians
The following article by David Haggith is from The Great Recession Blog:
Headwinds that are starting to assail deep structural flawsin the US and global economies form the basis for my 2017 economic forecast, which looks like an all-out economic crisis building throughout the world. Some of these headwinds are global; some more locally focused within the United States,
While French presidential polls remain volatile, and according to some, rather useless in light of the polling industry’s striking failure to forecast either Brexit or Trump’s victory, one person is looking beyond the daily headlines and gyrations, which have suggested a surge for Macron in recent weeks at the expense
It’s been a head-spinning week for the nation, which watched the twin Donald Trumps compete in public. Tuesday night’s speech marked the apex of what the president’s rhetoric could achieve. Days later he found a new nadir, as he charged former President Obama with wiretapping his communications during the presidential
An investigation has revealed that the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association—College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAA)’s ties to a land grabbing scheme in Brazil had previously unnoticed connections to the Clinton Foundation, Senator Elizabeth Warren, the Open Society Foundation and Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway Group. The land grab occurred at
It’s been a tumultuous few weeks for lovers and haters of pineapple-topped pizza. The pizza flavor—notoriously a divisive choice—has come front and center in the political sphere and, of course, on Twitter.
First there was a meme circulated online meant to stir up the debate; it garnered more than 120,000
Homeless epidemic exploding as globalists cater to illegals, “refugees”
It can be a good idea to give your child a smartphone to keep them connected in case of emergencies. Thankfully, you don’t need to spend a lot of money on a smartphone for your child. That’s especially true if he or she is younger and you’re unsure of just
The S&P 500 along with numerous indices have been screaming higher over the past 90-days. Pre-election fear levels were high and stock market bulls, were hard to find. The strong move up, has some sentiment indicators reversing course, from where they were 90-days ago. Sentiment remains important to us,
President Trump signed an executive order on Monday that revised a previously issued ban on travel from certain majority-Muslim countries.
The revised order blocks travel from six countries, not seven, and no longer indefinitely bans the resettlement of refugees from Syria—but all refugees are still subject to a 120 day
While debates over the significance of the Eurosystem’s TARGET2 imbalances may have faded into the background now that sovereign yields in the Eurozone remains broadly backstopped by the ECB’s debt monetization generosity, and fears about an imminent European breakdown fall along the lines of populist votes more than concerns about
Family members of a pair of 97-year-old twin sisters who died after falling near each other in the freezing weather this weekend say they find comfort in knowing the two best friends spent their final moments together.
Police said Martha Williams and her twin sister Jean Haley were both found
This post is in partnership with the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin. A version of the article below was originally published on the Ransom Center’s Cultural Compass blog.
In August 2016, I joined the Ransom Center as a graduate student assistant from The
By Jeffrey Sachs in the Boston Globe
By Ted Gioia in the Smart Set
Why is the stock market seemingly so utterly oblivious to the potential dangers and in some respects quite obvious fundamental problems the global economy faces? Why in particular does this happen at a time when valuations are already extremely stretched? Questions along these
Obama wanted to deny 30-year mortgages to middle class to fund Obamacare
On Sunday evening, the New York Times’ columnist Nicholas Kristoff urged IRS employees Sunday to break the law, and leak Donald Trump’s tax returns to his publication: “If you’re in IRS and have a certain president’s tax return that you’d like to leak, my address is: NYT, 620 Eighth Ave,
Says POTUS is ‘extremely dangerous’ and ‘a low point in American history’.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said the discovery was the first case this year of highly pathogenic H7 avian influenza (HPAI) in U.S.
A universal “comprehensive” search may prompt passenger complaints to law enforcement.
Something historic, if largely unnoticed, took place at the end of 2016: China’s banking system surpassed that of the eurozone, becoming the world’s largest by assets, which according to the FT is a sign of both of the country’s increased influence in world finance and its reliance on debt to
Homeland Security’s Secretary Kelly, Secretary of State Tillerson, and AG Sessions will be unveiling the Trump administration’s all new and improved immigration plan to replace its previous executive order that was suspended by the courts. They will reportedly not be taking questions.
Trump administration officials have said that the
‘So with all due respect, to the reporters, I can’t cross-examine anonymous sources.’
As one of this year’s jurors for World Press Photo, I was stunned to learn that over the last ten years, the number of female entrants to the World Press Photo Contest has hovered around 15% (it remained at 15.5% in 2017).
March is Women’s History Month and in the
(WASHINGTON) — The Supreme Court ruled Monday that racial bias in the jury room can be a reason for breaching the centuries-old legal principle of secrecy in jury deliberations.
The court ruled 5-3 in a Colorado case in which a juror reportedly tied defendant Miguel Angel Pena Rodriguez’s guilt to
Trump’s geopolitical headaches continue to mount.
One day after North Korea launched 4 ballistic missiles, 3 of which fell into the East Sea inside Japan’s economic exclusion zone, and which have painted a spotlight on how Trump will react to this latest provocation, Fox reports that Iran also test-fired
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Attorney General Jeff Sessions will discuss travel restrictions to the U.S. as President Donald Trump enacts a new travel ban Monday.
Watch the remarks above, scheduled to begin at 11:30 EST.
The new ban will prevent people from six
Administration announces new policies regarding US refugee program.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The FBI is investigating 300 people who were admitted into the United States as refugees as part of 1,000 counterterrorism investigations involving Islamic State or individuals inspired by the militant group, congressional sources told Reuters on Monday, citing senior administration officials.
Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” co-host Mika Brzezinski unloaded on President Donald Trump, questioning his mental stability and whether or not he was capable of performing the duties of president of the United States. “As I said at the beginning of this show, I thought this presidency could happen,”