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Team Trump’s First Scalp

 

Washington Gen. Mike Flynn provided the first scalp in the Trump administration in record time — he served as White House National Security Adviser for 23 fleeting days before he resigned Monday night. In the eyes of President Donald Trump, Flynn could be his team’s first casualty of “fake news.” As Trump told reporters at […]

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Milo Yiannopoulos Confounds Bill Maher [Full Video]

 

Milo Yiannopoulos loves riling all the right (actually the Left) people. Bill Maher seemed bemused in the face of a man who is actually politically incorrect–something Maher ceased being many moons ago.  Milo admitted to Maher that he wasn’t really a conservative, but then, neither is Donald Trump. He said that he’s a single-issue guy. He’s […]

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Miller Time

 

President Trump had himself a great press conference, which included business advice to the Cable News Network (CNN): Tell the truth and see what happens! That is akin to asking Planned Parenthood to tell expectant mothers to plan to be parents. Or to tell Politifact to be factual instead of political. This was the climax […]

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All Those Little White Lies

 

What is fake news and what is real news? Who the heck really knows anymore? When we were children, we were all taught, or should have been taught, about a white lie, otherwise known as the lie of omission: “I never said ‘I didn’t fail,’ I never said ‘I didn’t do that,’ I NEVER SAID.” Most […]

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That’s Entertainment! Trump’s 75-Minute Tour de Force

 

Donald Trump, giving press conferences as president, is like a cross between Fidel Castro’s long-windedness and machismo and Christopher Walken’s theatrical presence — and nobody else in the room can compete with that. This was on display Thursday, when after a week’s worth of his administration being buffeted by a hurricane of negative media coverage […]

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The Global Water Crisis

 

I just finished a wonderful recent book by Seth Siegel on the global water crisis. The book, Let There Be Water, should be a wake-up call for world leaders to take the water crisis more seriously. Let me summarize some of its most important findings. In recent years, 600 million people have begun experiencing water […]

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Last Train to Swampsville

 

It’s hard to drain a swamp. The folks in Florida could have told us. The other day a golfer in North Fort Myers had more proof than he asked for. All set to putt out on the fourth hole, suddenly he noticed a 10-foot alligator gnawing at his right ankle. A trusty putter in his […]

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Leaky John Brennan

 

Out of hatred for McGovernite liberals, a Republican president in the 1970s broke the law. Now those aging radicals break the law out of hatred for a Republican president. Nested within intelligence agencies, they have fed a series of criminal leaks to a press corps that functions like an anti-Trump dirty tricks operation. Donald Trump […]

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‘Donald Trump Rants and Raves at the Press’

 

Donald Trump, a promoter of the historic Mike Tyson-Michael Spinks heavyweight title unification bout in 1988, picked up some tricks from the favorite trade of the Marquess of Queensberry. The president counterpunches, and he purposefully does so to his antagonist’s weakest spot. The media claimed the scalp of Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder this week. […]

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Donald Trump’s Press Conference to End All Press Conferences

 

If you missed the wondrous spectacle, you missed perhaps the most epic press conference in the history of press conferences. The media cried most. Watch and you’ll see why. CNN hit hardest.

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