Frontpage Magazine, by Daniel Greenfield Posted By: steveW- Wed, 20 56 2017 06:56:21 GMT Last week, CNN revealed (and excused) one phase of the Obama spying operation on Trump. After lying about it on MSNBC, Susan Rice admitted unmasking the identities of Trump officials to Congress. Rice was unmasking the names of Trump officials a month before leaving office. The targets may have included her own successor, General Flynn, who was forced out of office using leaked surveillance. While Rice’s targets weren’t named, the CNN story listed a meeting with Flynn, Bannon and Kushner. Bannon was Trump’s former campaign chief executive and a senior adviser. Kushner is a senior adviser. Those are exactly the
Breitbart.com, by John Nolte Posted By: steveW- Wed, 20 14 2017 07:14:03 GMT President Trump’s total vindication over his wiretap claim reminds me of one of the most important things I have discovered over the past couple of years: If the national media loses its ever’loving mind and launches a campaign to brand Trump a liar, that can mean only one thing — that Trump is not only telling the truth, he is telling a Big Truth, an inconvenient truth, a truth the MSM does not want the American people to hear. Almost exactly two years ago this sick pattern developed over then’candidate Trump’s assertion that he had seen “thousands” of American Muslims celebrate
American Thinker, by Jack Hellner Posted By: JoniTx- Wed, 20 32 2017 07:32:03 GMT The Washington Post reports that a “chilling new study´ shows that large numbers of college students are hostile to free speech. They believe that shouting down speakers they don´t like and committing violence against them is acceptable. They fail to recognize that ´hate speech´ is protected by the First Amendment.” According to columnist Catherine Rampell: A fifth of undergrads now say it´s acceptable to use physical force to silence a speaker who makes “offensive and hurtful statements.” That´s one finding from a disturbing new survey of students conducted by John Villasenor, a Brookings Institution senior fellow and University of California
Alexander Bolton and Peter Sullivan write at the Hill that after previous failed efforts the GOP is galvanizing forces in an “all-in last ditch effort” to repeal and replace Obamacare with the Graham-Cassidy health care bill:
“Sincere question: Is eye of newt an actual ingredient?”
As time runs out for the Republicans to keep their longtime campaign pledge to repeal and replace Obamacare, Democratic Senators rallied a small group of constituents outside of the capitol on Tuesday to oppose the Graham-Cassidy legislation that coul…
“The police department’s outlook and view is vastly different than it used to be,” Ferguson’s police chief says.
Peter Kirsanow, a 15-year veteran of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (USCCR), penned a letter to President Donald Trump Tuesday imploring him not to cave to calls for amnesty with major immigration concessions.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — When scandal-plagued former Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley decided to appoint his state’s attorney general, Luther Strange, to the U.S. Senate, Bentley appeared to have considered that he would also get to appoint a new attorney general, according to his notes, obtained by The Associated Press.
The former presidential candidate shares a passage from the speech in her new memoir.