Author Archives: Kay Day

About Kay Day

Kay B. Day is a freelance writer who has published in national and international magazines and websites. The author of 3 books, her work is anthologized in textbooks and collections. She has won awards for poetry, nonfiction and fiction. Day is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and the Authors Guild.

Cutting through rhetoric on the Sweden refugee affair

President Donald Trump brought up the topic of refugees in Sweden in a speech he made to supporters on Saturday in Melbourne (FL). Trump cited Sweden as a country having problems because of refugee admissions—“You look at what’s happening last … Continue reading

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Why are legacy media ignoring House IT scandal?

Legacy media appear to be ignoring a House of Representatives IT scandal. Details emerging sound like they’re ripped from the pages of a spy thriller. Despite intrigue, most of the coverage is coming from conservative websites. Politico has done at … Continue reading

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China’s deal: What media didn’t say amid questions to Mattis on Iraq oil

After being asleep at the wheel for eight years, media are suddenly concerned about US interests in Iraq oil. CNN reported: “Before departing for his first trip to Baghdad as US Defense Secretary, James Mattis told reporters, “We’re not in … Continue reading

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California secessionist lives in Russia as analyst’s prediction about US breakup forgotten

In 2008 I wrote about a Russia analyst’s prediction making its way around some media.  Igor Panarin forecast the United States would disintegrate into sections that may be controlled by foreign countries. Panarnin claimed there would be six sections, and … Continue reading

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Milo drives attention for Maher as journo who sparked nun cancellation withdraws

If ever a human being was the poster child for provocateur, that would be Milo Yiannopoulos. Known simply as Milo to both his supporters and detractors, he is the sort of person who, when given a stage, is impossible to … Continue reading

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Amid political assault, OC college student figuratively gagged by biased instructor

Imagine sitting in a college classroom and hearing an instructor bash the US president you voted for as the product of an “act of terrorism.” Then imagine that same instructor, in the vein of Chairman Mao, telling students who supported … Continue reading

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Not leaked: JW suit reveals DoD cast Hillary Clinton as ‘insider threat’

As President Donald Trump deals with leaks from government insiders who worked, on taxpayer dollars, to produce a different outcome in the November election, media are ignoring another scandal related to President Barack Obama’s administration. Media and many politicos cast … Continue reading

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