The List: At Least 6 and Potentially 7 and Suspected Intelligence Informants Accused of Spying on Trump Campaign

Gateway Pundit, by Joe Hoft Posted By: JoniTx- Thu, 24 59 2018 04:59:38 GMT As the Russia meddling into the 2016 US election unwinds, the meddling by the Obama Administration’s CIA and FBI, is becoming surprisingly more and more clear. Internet sleuth, former D.C. Bureau Chief for Investors Business Daily, author and Hoover Institution Media Fellow, Paul Sperry, tweeted a list of 6 or 7 individuals that worked for or were suspected of working for the FBI/CIA and who were involved in spying on President Trump. Sperry tweeted – (Tweet) Sperry’s list includes US and foreign agents as well. Christopher Steel ‘We’ve known for over a year that the Clinton campaign and the FBI worked

Inside JFK’s door’to’door search for a French call girl — and why she had to look like Jackie

New York Post, by Larry Getlen Posted By: Ribicon- Thu, 24 59 2018 04:59:51 GMT In May 1961, an elderly woman in Paris heard a knock at the door of her six’story walk’up apartment. It was only the most powerful man in the world. The president of the United States was going door’to’door hoping to find the call girl he had discreetly arranged to meet. John F. Kennedy, it turned out, used a fake excuse about a doctor’s visit to attend a long’arranged dalliance while in Paris for a crucial summit, only to wind up in the wrong building, knocking on the doors of random Parisians who were left with the surprise of their lives.

K’12: History of the Conspiracy against Reading

American Thinker, by Bruce Deitrick Price Posted By: JoniTx- Thu, 24 03 2018 05:03:45 GMT In his 1984 book about American education, Samuel Blumenfeld pointed out that “[n]othing has mystified Americans more than the massive decline of literacy in the United States. Children spend more time at school and the government spends more money on education than ever before. Yet, reading ability keeps declining. What has gone wrong?” You have probably heard this lament. But here´s where it becomes really alarming. Blumenfeld looked back seven decades to the year 1915. That´s when the literacy figures for 1910 were published by the U.S. Bureau of Education and quoted in a weekly publication, School and Society, edited

Morgan Freeman accused of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour

Daily Mail UK, by Staff Posted By: ladydawgfan- Thu, 24 05 2018 05:05:18 GMT Morgan Freeman is facing allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour. The Oscar-winning actor, 80, was accused of repeatedly behaving in ways that made women …

Jeff Flake to Harvard graduates: ´We may have hit bottom,´ and that´s good

Deseret News (SLC, Utah), by Staff Posted By: rubberneck- Thu, 24 18 2018 05:18:28 GMT We’ve hit the bottom, and that’s the good news. At least, so says Sen. Jeff Flake, R’Ariz., in a commencement address delivered to the Harvard Law School graduating class of 2018 on Wednesday. The bottom he candidly refers to is the unpleasant combination of a stymied Congress that’s toppled its Article I foundation and a president who frequently threatens the rule of law and disregards principled conduct.

Obama explains why he signed a deal with Netflix and how he thinks it will help solve our political divide

Business Insider, by Julie Bort Posted By: KarenJ1- Thu, 24 19 2018 05:19:35 GMT On Monday, Netflix announced that it had signed a multimillion deal with former president Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama, and on Wednesday, Obama spoke …

Journalist Goes To Melania’s Hometown For Some Reason, Discovers That People Like Her

Daily Caller, by Justin Caruso Posted By: JoniTx- Thu, 24 20 2018 05:20:58 GMT Vendela Vida, a writer for The New Yorker, traveled to First Lady Melania Trump’s hometown in Slovenia for some reason, and discovered an extremely juicy piece of news–people generally seem like her there. The article, titled, “Searching for Melania Trump’s Childhood Home,” follows the story of Vida traveling around Europe with her family. Vida makes it to Sevnica, Slovenia, the town in Eastern Europe where the future first lady was born. The writer peppers her piece with small put’downs of the country, pointing out the fact that some shops were closed and a waitress at a restaurant didn’t know whether

Centrists on cusp of forcing immigration votes as petition grows

The Hill [Washington, DC], by Juliegrace Brufke Posted By: KarenJ1- Thu, 24 28 2018 05:28:04 GMT Two more House Republicans have joined the discharge petition to force votes on immigration, potentially leaving centrists just two signatures short of suc…

Boy, 11, finds message in a bottle on a beach in Nova Scotia Two Decades after Massachusetts woman, now 80, threw it into the sea 250 miles away… and the pair now*

Daily Mail (UK), by Connor Boyd Posted By: JoniTx- Thu, 24 32 2018 05:32:32 GMT A message in a bottle that a woman tossed off the coast of Massachusetts has been found nearly two decades later in Nova Scotia. Rita Ganim, 80, dropped the bottle into Ipswich Bay in August 2000 with a short message asking the person who found it to contact her. Dallas Goreham, 11, had been looking for sea glass in the Canadian province last Wednesday when he came across the bottle. (Photos) The boy´s mother tracked Ganim down through the newspaper and sent a photo of her son holding the message. Dated Aug 19 2000 the note read: ´Hi ´friend,´ I

Canada´s Beach Jihad

FrontPage Magazine, by Robert Spencer Posted By: Judy W.- Thu, 24 40 2018 05:40:42 GMT Brad Hammond lives on the waterfront at Kirby’s Beach in Ontario, and he had never seen anything like it: glass shards and sewing needles had been deliberately planted at intervals along the beach, leading to the beach being closed for the first time in his memory. Another beach area, Bracebridge Bay Park, was closed as well. For the first time, but not likely the last, jihad had come to the beaches of Ontario. There is no doubt that the glass and needles had been placed on the beach deliberately. “It was pretty much the width of the beach but it was