Former Vermont governor and Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean apparently thinks the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court was set up by President George W. Bush after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
American Greatness, by Brandon J. Weichert Posted By: earlybird- Sat, 04 55 2017 10:55:52 GMT Stockholm Syndrome” is defined as “feelings of trust or affection felt in certain cases of kidnapping or hostage’taking by a victim toward a captor.” Watching the recent George W. Bush interview with Jimmy Kimmel, is there any greater illustration of this definition on display? A man so many of the Left in Hollywood had been happy to call “Hitler” just eight years ago, was greeted to a standing ovation and treated to guffaws after all of his lame jokes?(Snip) Now, the Republicans finally have a leader in Donald Trump who has not only implemented sweeping change along conservative lines, but
Washington Post, by Fred Barbash Posted By: MissMolly- Sat, 04 58 2017 10:58:27 GMT Between 1925 and the 1960s, in a tiny town called Tuam in western Ireland’s County Galway, thousands of “fallen women” and their “illegitimate” children passed through the Mother and Baby Home operated by the Congregation of the Sisters of Bon Secours. After a period of involuntary service and penance, many of the women who came to the home left to resume their lives, as The Post’s Terrence McCoy reported in 2014. But some of the children did not leave. And what became of them remained a mystery into which few cared to inquire. But after painstaking research, a local historian named Catherine
American Greatness, by Chris Buskirk Posted By: earlybird- Sat, 04 02 2017 11:02:56 GMT Who knew that neoconservative standard’bearer Bill Kristol of The Weekly Standard and progressive’Left icon Tom Friedman of The New York Times were in such fierce agreement? Both have waded into the debate recently with defenses of the administrative state. Sure, they might disagree on the top marginal tax rate or which country to invade next, but these are tactical differences—a polite disagreement over means not ends.(Snip)Kristol and Friedman are representatives of a fading bipartisan consensus that prioritizes rule by experts. This has led to an erosion of national sovereignty throughout the West at the hands of the very institutions that
ZeroHedge, by Tyler Durden Posted By: earlybird- Sat, 04 17 2017 11:17:10 GMT Moments ago, Barack Obama through his spokesman Kevin Lewis denied Trump´s accusation that he had ordered the Trump Tower wiretapped, saying neither he nor any member of the Obama White House, “ever ordered surveillance on any U.S. citizen. Any suggestion otherwise is simply false.” (Snip)Yet while the carefully’worded statement, an exercise in semantics, claims Obama did not himself, or through members of his White House team, order a potential wiretapping, it does not deny an actual wiretapping of Trump (or Trump Tower), which as some have speculated in the past, did in fact take place after a FISA Court granted
Cybercast News Service, by Craig Bannister Posted By: JoniTx- Sat, 04 23 2017 11:23:04 GMT It was actually the Obama Administration that set up Senator Jeff Sessions’ (R’Texas) first meeting with a Russian ambassador last year, which Democrats are attempting to demonize, a former Justice Department attorney reveals. Attorney Hans A. von Spakovsky, former civil rights counsel for the Justice Department who also served two years as a member of the Federal Elections Commission (FEC), lays out the innocuous details of Sessions’ first meeting in his commentary, “Get real, Democrats, there is no good reason for Sessions to resign”: “So what are the two meetings that Sessions had? The first came at a conference on
Gateway Pundit, by Kristinn Taylor Posted By: JoniTx- Sat, 04 35 2017 11:35:45 GMT President Donald Trump stopped his motorcade outside the route to his Mar’A’Lago home and stepped out to thank supporters holding a rally. The supporters were gathered o…
Conservative Treehouse, by Sundance Posted By: earlybird- Sat, 04 39 2017 11:39:39 GMT CTH can independently confirm that a high ranking official within a foreign government actively worked with the Trump campaign seeking to undermine the candidacy of …
VP Pence Demands AP Apologize for Publishing, Refusing to Take Down Wife’s Active Personal Email Address
Saturday evening Vice President Mike Pence took to Twitter demanding an apology from the Associated Press for not only publishing his wife, the second lady’s, personal and active email address, but for then refusing to take it down when asked.