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Lara Logan, GPS Fusion, Dossier, Journalism, Russia, Stephe Nemo

Lara Logan discusses the partisan media and collusion with Fusion GPS

WASHINGTON. If you ask former CBS correspondent Lara Logan the difference between mainstream media “journalism” and the tactics employed by opposition research firm Fusion GPS, her answer would likely be, “Not much.” But we’ll get back to Lara Logan’s unceremonious departure from the “Tiffany Network” in a moment. Democrats, journalists, smear machines, and Trump/Russia collusion ...

Jussie Smollett, MAGA, Attack, Chicago, Liberal Lies

Earth to liberals: You are all Jussie Smollett

MYRTLE BEACH: Some gay black television actor on some show a few people watch accused Trump supporters of beating him up. Trump-hating liberal celebrities (redundant) immediately declared the actor to be the gay Rosa Parks.  His assailants were the love child of Adolph Hitler and Bull Connor. This time the racial and LGBTQ arsonist was “Empire” ...

Exclusive: Obama’s coup d’etat docs prove illegal surveillance coverup

WASHINGTON:  Senior FBI and DOJ officials involved in the Mueller’s Russian collusion investigation were part of the team investigating whistleblower Dennis Montgomery. Montgomery claims that Obama administration officials illegally spied on citizen and candidate Donald Trump. Among those Montgomery identifies are CIA Director John Brennan and the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper Dennis Montgomery is ...

From Ossoff (who?) to Russia: The 10 least important news stories of 2018

LOS ANGELES:  The media is overwhelmingly liberal to the point of outright advocacy. Unimportant stories are amplified ad nauseam while vital stories are ignored. Far too many media personalities are now more interested in being the news rather than just reporting it. Accosted by Acosta: CNN correspondent banned from White House The liberal covers stories not ...

Russia claims it was a hoax, fuels moon-landing conspiracy theories

WASHINGTON: According to the Pew Research Center, 7 percent of Americans say Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin never landed on the moon in July of 1969. In Britain, that number climbs to 52 percent. But in Russia, a whopping 57 percent steadfastly deny it, according to a poll by the Russian Public ...

White House Press Corps, Jim Acosta, Paul H. Yarborough

Real results of the Midterms: Trump, Pelosi win – Obama, Hollywood lose

LOS ANGELES: As Democrats celebrate recapturing the House, expect many of the blind liberal media partisans to miss the real election 2018 aftermath story. For the third straight election, virtually everyone and everything President Barack Obama believes in was rejected. The real results of Midterm 2018 are that almost everything Hollywood liberals obsess over is now ...

Erdogan, Turkish lira

Under erratic Erdoğan, Turkish lira tanks, U.S. stock market follows

WASHINGTON. Back in the mid-19th century, the once-powerful Ottoman Empire tottered on the edge of economic ruin. John Russell, a two-time UK Prime Minister, termed that country a “sick man.” And that epithet stuck. With a little embellishment. Other political wits Christened the Empire “the sick man of Europe.” Today, under Turkey’s modern dictator, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, ...

Godwin's law, Anti-Trump Hysteria, Democrat Socialists

Trump – Putin Summit: Godwin’s Law “Everyone is Hitler”

Godwin's Law is an internet adage derived from one of the earliest bits of Usenet wisdom. The "law" posits that "if you mention Adolf Hitler or Nazis, you've automatically ended whatever discussion you were taking part in." Following the Trump - Putin summit, Godwin's Law is in full flower.

Russia, Democrats and Republicans, Enemy of my Enemy is my friend

Russia, Russia, Russia: Will it be the tie that binds Democrats and Republicans

Russian aggression and Russian interference in the election process is a threat to all Americans.  Churchill said "the enemy of my enemy is my friend." Since the Republicans and Democrats are all Americans, the parties are united in their opposition. But is Russia enough to bind our warring two parties together again?