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Trump should escalate the Tweet Offensive and how Pres. Reagan might have tweeted

Lloyd Billingsley, “Interesting to watch Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut talking about hoax Russian collusion when he was a phony Vietnam con artist!” President Trump recently tweeted. “Mr. President,” Blumenthal tweeted back, “Your bullying hasn’t worked before and it won’t work now. No one is above the law.” The Connecticut Democrat also told reporters he

Pat Buchanan: Is the Left Playing with Fire Again?

Pat Buchanan, To those who lived through that era that tore us apart in the ’60s and ’70s, it is starting to look like “deja vu all over again.”        And as Adlai Stevenson, Bobby Kennedy and Hubert Humphrey did then, Democrats today like Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are pandering to the

Principal says Trump is worse than 9/11 terrorist attacks

Todd Starnes, The principal of a fancy New York City private school says the election of President Trump is worse than the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Steve Nelson, principal of the Calhoun School, fired off a hate-filled email to parents blasting the president. He also said Trump’s election would be more devastating than Vietnam,

Did Neil Gorsuch distance himself from Donald Trump? It’s complicated

Howard Kurtz, Now we have the debate over the debate on federal judges, and one judge in particular. If there’s ever been a time when a Supreme Court nominee criticized—or at least appeared to criticize—the president who picked him, I don’t recall it. The reported comments by Neil Gorsuch, in private meetings with senators, will

CNN’s Cuomo: Being Called ‘Fake News’ the ‘Equivalent of the ‘N-word’ for Journalists’

CNN anchor Chris Cuomo said Thursday that when President Trump refers to his network as “fake news,” it’s the same thing for reporters as the N-word is for black people. “I see being called ‘fake news’ as the equivalent of the N-word for journalists, the equivalent of calling an Italian any of the ugly words

Trump tweets dredge up Blumenthal’s Vietnam controversy

Sen. Richard Blumenthal may have thought he put his “stolen valor” controversy to rest during an apologetic press conference in 2010. Then President Trump picked up his cellphone. Trump on Thursday morning hit Blumenthal for allegedly exaggerating details of a conversation with Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch – while shining a light on the seven-year-old

States Are Cracking Down on the Biggest Protests Since ’60s

Republicans in statehouses across the U.S. are devising legal tools to regulate public dissent as demonstrators take to the streets to protest President Donald Trump in waves not seen since the Vietnam War. At least 10 bills to limit protests have been introduced in recent months. North Dakota is considering protection for motorists who unintentionally kill

Trump: Mattis Will Get the Last Word on Torture

Cortney O’Brien, Republicans and Democrats alike are worried what President Trump plans to do with our interrogation measures. He has indicated in the past that he would be fine with reintroducing waterboarding – and “a hell of a lot worse,” as commander-in-chief. However, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), who suffered for five years as a prisoner of war in

Great Read: Against the Liars, Thieves, and Killers

Edward Curtin, A Valiant Verbal Warrior Demythologizes the CIA. “Once there is a suspicion that a religion is a myth, its power has gone.”—Alan Watts, The Wisdom of Insecurity Like Odysseus, Douglas Valentine is a wily warrior who managed to enter the enemy’s stronghold disguised as a gift. Not Troy, and not within a wooden

Remembering Rich Blumenthal’s Vietnam Deception #Truth

Lloyd Billingsley, Senate smear never paid a price for claiming he served. ​In the confirmation hearings for Jeff Sessions, president-elect Donald Trump’s choice for Attorney General, Senator Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut Democrat, proceeded as though David Horowitz had been the AG choice.  David Horowitz was not present but Blumenthal cited his statements that all the major