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Times Journo Calls for Assassination of President Trump

Donna Rachel Edmunds, Times columnist and author India Knight has called for the assassination of U.S. President, Donald J. Trump. During a days-long invective against the newly inaugurated President, on Twitter in which Knight called Mr Trump a “moron”, “mad”, “needy”, and an “arse”, among other things, before telling him to “shut up”, she mused

Michelle Obama throws support behind John Lewis’s treasonous remarks

Pamela Geller, One might think after eight years of enjoying supreme power and all that goes along with the Oval office, Michelle Obama might act as a statesman, a world leader. No she did not come to love America. Instead, in an unprecedented act of subterfuge coming out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Michelle Obama is

In Scathing Attack, CIA Director Brennan Warns Trump To “Watch What He Says”

Tyler Durden,  The departing CIA director John Brennan has launched a scathing attack on Donald Trump, warning the President-elect does not fully understand the threat posed to the US by Russia. “I think Mr. Trump has to understand that absolving Russia of various actions it has taken in the past number of years is a

Donald Trump tweets bizarre New Year’s Eve message to all his ‘enemies’

Andrew Buncombe, Mr Trump used social media to deliver his seasonal message. It’s the time of year for looking forward. It’s when people look for the good in the world, and in one another, and try and let bygones be bygones. At least, that is how it works for most people. On New Year’s Eve,

The Government Should Play No Role in Educating Our Children

Teresa Mull,  As the presidential election looms, The Economist considers whether the next president will use “the regulatory power of the federal government to spur reform” in education policy—as both Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama did—and if he or she does, how that will be accomplished. “The era of regulation-driven school reform is now coming

Donald Trump can win the race for the White House

David Usborne, Donald Trump didn’t just dip into Ohio on Thursday, he really did the state. Three boisterous rallies in one afternoon and evening in front of large crowds in Springfield, Toledo and, after sundown, inside an athletics hall in Geneva, not far from Cleveland on Lake Erie. Mr Trump’s itinerary in this last stretch

Hillary was unpleasant, insincere, untrustworthy and irritating at the Debate

Hillary Clinton sought a humanizing moment at Monday’s presidential debate when she wiggled and giggled at an accusation from her rival Donald Trump — but she may have taken the gesture a little too far. After Trump cited a video message of Clinton bizarrely shouting at union laborers, moderator Lester Holt asked her to respond. The

Opinion: Anatomy of Donald J. Trump

Richard Ford, Times of London I’ve been thinking about Donald Trump – or trying to. You might have noticed that unless Mr Trump is shouting at us from behind a forest of microphones, dressed in one of his ill-fitting suits, preening and grimacing and mugging Mussolini-like, wagging his under-sized finger, or sometimes making his finger

Neocon Lindsey Graham to Attend Bilderberg

Elite want to pick his brain on how to stop Trump. Outspoken Donald Trump critic and neocon Senator Lindsey Graham will meet this weekend at the Bilderberg meeting in Dresden, Germany. McClatchy reports: Graham is likely to have been invited to speak about Donald Trump, whose unlikely rise to become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee

Indiana Voters Donald Trump Needs Your Vote on May 3rd to #MAGA

Trump is looking to secure the 1,237 delegates needed to win the Republican nomination before the party’s convention according to Independent British News. The bilious Donald Trump came roaring back at a rally in Indianapolis on Wednesday, lashing out extravagantly at his rivals and the media but directing his wildest ire at the leaders of

How Donald Trump Is Right About Our ˜Rigged’ Politics #VoteTrump

Matthew J. Dowd, WSJ Donald Trump is right. The political system is “rigged“–but on both sides of the aisle. I have faulted Mr. Trump numerous times in the past six months: for, among other things, not growing as a candidate, for not using his candidacy to unite the country, and for not putting together a