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Category Archives: 2016
Although most traditional politics and news media are ignoring the Russia scandal implicating Democrats’ national committee and 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, there is robust discussion on social media. There is some comedy in this debate, with current Democrat party … Continue reading
Left of center media have finally made official what most of us already knew. The national committee for Democrats was (allegedly) in on the infamous ‘dossier’ casting outrageous allegations against President Donald Trump. Note I used quotes around ‘dossier’ because … Continue reading
A Bloomberg columnist is raising questions about ‘hacking’ claims, sourcing his information to a group named Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS). The group has been right before and wrong before, but on the Russia ‘matter’ (to borrow a term … Continue reading
Who can keep up with the ongoing conspiracy theories involving Russia and the presidential election? The assortment of real news, fake news, and in-between news is enough to confuse anyone. I cherry-picked five moments in this coup saga that shed … Continue reading
With the 2018 midterm elections in mind, Democrats continue to keep a narrow focus on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election despite other potential interference that should definitely be investigated. Those potentials include Ukraine as well as a … Continue reading
After the attempted assassination of approximately 20 Republican lawmakers on Wednesday, the pundit class weighed in. Most chose to emphasize the need for unity. Many called for an end to the divisiveness that worsened after the 2016 presidential election didn’t … Continue reading