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Americans Find Trump More Trustworthy Than Media

Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars, MSM has a 14 point credibility gap. A new national poll finds that Americans see Donald Trump as being more trustworthy than the mainstream media. The survey, conducted by Emerson College Polling, found that the Trump administration is considered to be truthful by 49% of respondents compared to 48% who

Your Social Security checks aren’t safe from the prying hands of big government

David Asman, During this month’s confirmation hearings for HHS nominee Tom Price, Democrats got on their high horses about how he’d better not ever touch Social Security and Medicare, which is our sacred right. Dr. Price, of course, agreed. But he should have pointed out that for Democrats to warn others not to touch Social

The Sky’s the Limit for Skilled Trades

Tom Purcell, The demand for skilled laborers – electricians, plumbers, HVAC technicians and others – continues to soar, and that’s a good thing for America. According to the Society for Human Resource Management, skilled-trades jobs have increased by more than 1 million since 2012 – “the most of any profession.” The pay is better than

Joss Whedon: ‘I Want a Rhino to F*ck Paul Ryan to Death’

Daniel Nussbaum, Filmmaker Joss Whedon let loose on House Speaker Paul Ryan on Twitter this week, wishing him an unfortunate death at the hands of a certain horned mammal. Whedon — a longtime Democratic Party contributor and an outspoken anti-Trump celebrity activist — has been on a social media tear since shortly before the election, when he

Why the criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton is back to front and center

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, The criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton is back front and center now that the FBI has released proof that her failure to safeguard state secrets caused the secrets to fall into the hands of foreign governments, some of which wish the United States ill. Even though the case against her —

Losing a Presidential Bid Looks a Lot Like Getting Dumped

Gillian Brassil, Earlier this week, Hillary Clinton was spotted alone at breakfast in upstate New York, clutching her phone with two hands and gazing at its screen. Within minutes of the photo being tweeted, every armchair psychologist in the country had figured out how she was feeling (forlorn, obviously). After all, anyone who’s seen a

Trump was right to try to stop Obama from tying his hands on Israel

Alan Dershowitz, The Egyptian decision to withdraw the one-sided anti-Israel Security Council resolution should not mask the sad reality that it is the Obama administration that has been pushing for the resolution to be enacted. The United States was trying to hide its active ‘behind the scenes’ roll by preparing to abstain rather than voting