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Monthly Archives: April 2018
Ted Cruz was asked whether he’ll support Trump’s reelection campaign in 2020 last night in a Breitbart interview. Here’s his response: Mansour asked Cruz, “Would you be supportive of President Trump is . . .
It’s been nearly 50 years since the first homicide.
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Washington Examiner, by Caitlin Yilek Posted By: mc squared- Wed, 25 52 2018 02:52:16 GMT Former Democratic Senate Leader Harry Reid, who was once “hopeful” about President Trump, is not warming up to the commander in chief. Reid still has hurt feelings about Trump mocking the injuries he sustained when an exercise band he was using at home snapped and hit him in the face. Reid fell to the floor, breaking his ribs and bones in his face. He now is blind in one eye. Trump mocked Reid in September 2016 after the Democratic leader commented on Trump’s weight. “[To show] what kind of a person he is, when I injured myself, I couldn’t sleep
Associated Press, by Staff Posted By: M2- Wed, 25 17 2018 03:17:36 GMT Media watchdog Reporters Without Borders says hostility toward journalists is growing worldwide, often encouraged by political leaders — even in democratic countries. The group´s annual global index of media freedom released Wednesday found an overall rise in animosity toward reporters and a drop in freedoms, notably in former Soviet states but also in countries from the U.S. to the Philippines. The group says many democratically elected leaders “no longer see the media as part of democracy´s essential underpinning,” singling out U.S. President Donald Trump for his media-bashing. It also notes the recent killings of reporters in EU members Slovakia and Malta. The watchdog
Fox News, by Bradford Betz Posted By: happywarrior- Wed, 25 26 2018 03:26:24 GMT Police released a video Tuesday showing a former financial adviser to Hillary Clinton getting involved in a heated, profanity’laced confrontation with several officers. &#…
Entertainment Weekly, by Dan Snierson Posted By: kono- Wed, 25 29 2018 03:29:12 GMT Hank Azaria is speaking out about the Apu controversy — and he’s even willing to lose his voice over it. One of the many characters that The Simpsons star voices is the Kwik’E’Mart owner, who was the subject of Hari Kondabolu’s recent TruTV documentary, The Problem With Apu, which asserts that Apu is a harmful stereotype of South Asian people. (Snip) I think that if anybody came away from that segment feeling that they should lighten up or take a joke better or grow a thicker skin or toughen up — yeah, that’s certainly not the way I feel about
PJ Media, by David Forsmark Posted By: Hazymac- Wed, 25 29 2018 03:29:44 GMT In the 2016 campaign, Democrats decided Flint, Michigan, was going to be the centerpiece evidence of uncaring Republicanism. To Michigan residents, it seemed an odd choice. Even in Flint’s surrounding suburbs, blaming anyone but Flint for Flint’s problems fell on deaf ears. But this crisis seemed too good to go to waste. So Bernie and Hillary trooped over and joined the chorus that Republicans had poisoned Flint. It was a little like blaming the chaos in Somalia on the U.S. troops who came to feed people. Flint’s descent into anarchy was decades in the making. Leadership in the city and county was
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