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JFK Assassination Files: The inside story Gov. Connally told Celente

Gerald Celente, The Trends Research Institute COLONIAL KINGSTON, NY, 23 October 2017—  As President Donald Trump prepares to release the John F. Kennedy assassination files, global trend forecaster Gerald Celente reveals the inside story told to him by Governor John Connally, who was seriously wounded when he took a bullet in the back sitting in front

National Breathlessness: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump The Debate

Rich Galen, There are few things that, when read or heard, are immediately understood as being of historic importance. Just say “Super Bowl” and, unless you live in a nation that does not include the words “United States of America” you know immediately what it means – in all its contexts, in all its textures,

Ken Blackwell: Third Party or Third Rail?

Record numbers of Americans are frustrated with the two major party candidates. Third party options are proliferating: there’s a libertarian, a “greenie,” and even an independent former CIA operative—at least, he says he’s former CIA. No doubt, they all have some redeeming qualities, although the positions taken by the greenie, a recently-arrested Harvard-trained physician, suggest

Hurry up, Please. It’s Time.

Suzanne Fields,  T.S. Eliot thought April is the cruelest month. But he didn’t live long enough to sample the 2016 presidential campaign. Besides, he skipped the country to take up citizenship in England. September and October are the cruelest months this year, leading out of a long, hot summer to the autumn road that will

Polls Show Donald Trump Gains from High Third-Party Support

John Pudner, Donald Trump gets a crucial two-point bounce when third-party presidential candidates combine for more than 10 percent in multiple polls, according to a Breitbart News analysis. Those two points could provide the critical margin to Ohio, Florida, Virginia, and North Carolina. The 10-percent threshold was reached five times in the 20th Century (1912, 1924,

Taking Trump seriously: His jump in polls against Hillary changes the media mindset

Suddenly, abruptly, the press is viewing Donald Trump as a potential president. The business that gave him no chance of winning the nomination, which remained in denial for months as he dispatched his GOP rivals, which has been operated under the assumption that Hillary Clinton will clobber him, is starting to change its tune. And

Demystifying Trump’s political success: Donald as a ‘doer’

Trump triumphs. Clinton struggles. Who would have predicted that? Soon it will be Donald Trump, who is now the presumptive Republican nominee, versus former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Clinton by a landslide in the general election? The great philosopher Yogi Berra once said: “Never make predictions. Especially about the future.”  Safer to talk about

One last attempt to derail Donald Trump, The Ted Cruz and John Kasich Pact #OnlyTrump

WESLEY PRUDEN, If wishes were horses, beggars would ride to town on Saturday night, and if early polls determined presidents John McCain and Ross Perot would be playing poker with Harry Truman and Chester Alan Arthur in the ex-presidents club. But it’s a rare beggar who owns even a spavined horse and John McCain and

Election: œThe question for Republicans is: Which candidate can win states that Mitt Romney lost?

Ann Coulter: Only Trump Can Bring GOP Victory In The Electoral College. Start with the fact that, before any vote is cast on Election Day, the Democrats have already won between 90 and 98 percent of the black vote and 60 to 75 percent of the Hispanic and Asian vote. Unless Republicans run the table

Why Hillary should be worried about Trump’s Ross Perot appeal #Trump2016

David S. Bernstein, He wasn’t exactly Trump, but the Texas billionaire’s 1992 run offers three warning signs for Hillary Clinton — and one reason to hope. As the Clinton camp looks ahead to the November election, it’s not clear whether this is a time to celebrate or panic. Its leading opponent isn’t the kind of