May 21, 2019
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  • Trump troubled in a post-Buzzfeed world

    What the hell is happening in the White House these days? We sent Trump in to clean up the swamp, but so far, his administration has been mired in muck. Last week, quiz-spawn Buzzfeed reported that the President had directed his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, to lie to Congress about whether there…

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  • Trump fails to take a stand for Biblical history facing destruction by the Saudi regime

    Evangelical Protestants are among the most reliable parts of President Trump’s base of support, a fact that seems a bit surprising given Trump’s checkered past on abortion rights and his multiple marriages and infidelities. But a new report from The Gateway Pundit might cast an even greater pall over that…

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  • What’s Apple CEO Tim Cook hiding?

    In a move that sent shockwaves through the stock market, Apple downwardly revised its revenue projections for this quarter because of slow sales in China. Apple stock prices have dropped almost 40% from their October 2018 high. Following the announcement, other tech stocks saw their value sink and the market…

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  • Ex-Bush advisor: Trump to leave office before end of 2019

    A former advisor to former President George W. Bush and former EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman argues that President Trump will make a deal to leave the presidency before the end of 2019. The former Bush official, Alan J. Steinberg, made the argument in an op-ed on NJ.com: “The self-professed…

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  • Ocasio-Cortez caught in ANOTHER lie

    Every time Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tries to have another Jennifer Lopez moment, it backfires on her. When will she learn? This week, the Congresswoman-elect tweeted a photo of the sign outside of her new office on Capitol Hill with the caption, “🎶 Don’t be fooled by the plaques that we got,…

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  • Recession likely by 2020… fishy timing?

    It’s been a volatile few weeks for the stock market, with an overall dramatic downward swing starting with President Trump’s tweet about being a “Tariff Man.” As Politico reported: “President Donald Trump loves two things very much: tariffs and a rising stock market. It’s becoming increasingly clear he can’t have…

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  • Republicans on Capitol Hill losing sleep over Trump’s shutdown maneuvering

    Children may be opening the windows in their Advent calendar and counting down the days until Christmas but in Washington, D.C. an entirely different countdown is underway: the countdown to the shutdown. After an explosive televised meeting at the White House with President Trump, Vice President Pence, incoming Speaker of…

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  • Is facial recognition everywhere we go the new normal?

    Nowhere is safe. Hundreds of thousands of concertgoers at country/pop princess Taylor Swift’s May 18 Rose Bowl concert were unknowingly subjected to facial scanning technology…and nobody really seems to care. Swift’s security team casually mentioned the extreme invasion of privacy in a Rolling Stone interview this week as if it…

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  • Why in the world did Nick Ayers say no to Trump?

    Nick Ayers is a political genius, managing to wow both President Trump and Vice President Pence, stay above the fray in the food fights within the White House, and rapidly ascend the political hierarchy at a young age. But when a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to serve as President Trump’s chief of…

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  • BREAKING: WikiLeaks launches fundraising campaign

    The Democrats have never been ones to fight fair, so why should they start now? According to the GoFundMe page that WikiLeaks was forced to launch last week to keep up with their increasing legal costs: “In April 2018, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against WikiLeaks…

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