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‘Holier-Than-Thou’ – How America’s Mainstream Media Rebuke Foreign Leaders

Authored by Brian Cloughley via The Strategic Culture Foundation, In the week of World Press Freedom Day the New York Times carried one of its holier-than-thou and unintentionally ironical editorials, this time titled «Donald Trump Embraces Another Despot». Seeing the headline, the world could be forgiven for asking which one it might be, this time, and eventually the Editorial Board revealed […]

Watch Live: Spicer Returns To Brief Press After “Missing” Two Days Of Comey Questions

Spicer Updates: Not surprisingly, the first questions for Spicer were concerning Trump’s early morning tweet about potential tapes of his conversations with James Comey.  Also, not terribly surprisingly, Spicer refused to add any color beyond Trump’s tweet. “Is [Trump] currently recording conversations taking place in the Oval Office?”Spicer: “The president has no further comment on […]

Canadians Get “A Little Mad” As Refugees Continue To Flood In From U.S.

Just over a month ago we highlighted the comments of one recently deported Mexican nationalist who told Reuters that illegally immigrating to the U.S. was over, courtesy of the Trump administration, and that it was “Canada’s turn” to welcome the world’s immigrants with open arms. “For those without documents, I think (the United States) is […]

Trump’s Job Approval Rating Drops To Record Low, Breaking Key Correlation

In the first week of February, a Credit Suisse analysis concluded that there was only one chart that mattered to markets: that of Trump’s approval rating. As the bank’s analyst Lori Calvasina wrote at the time, “US stocks have been trading closely with shifts in Trump’s favorability, as have 10 year Treasury yields… …the Dollar, […]

DOJ Delivers Trump Wiretap Documents To Congress, Statement Due Shortly

The DoJ just delivered documents to congressional committees responding to their request for information that could shed light on President Donald Trump’s claims that former President Barack Obama ordered U.S. agencies to spy on him. Reuters reports that a congressional official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the House Intelligence Committee was examining the […]

Mika Still Melting Down After ‘Sources’ Tell Her To View Trump “Tweets As Like Side Bodily Functions”

After being ‘triggered’ last week by White House tweets alleging that the Obama administration wiretapped Trump Tower, Mika Brzezinski of MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’, has apparently still not come to terms with Trump’s frequent Twitter rants.  After continuing to press White House staff on how she should interpret Trump’s tweets, Mika told viewers this morning that […]

Will The Real Donald Trump Please Stand Up?

Via Peter Tchir of Brean Capital, It is almost ironic that the President has a twitter handle of @realDonaldTrump the show where people have to identify the right person was titled ‘To Tell the Truth’ I can’t get Eminem’s Real Slim Shady song out of my head but, I think the question is real and […]

Trump Does Not Accept Comey’s Wiretap Denial: White House

Having thrown the Justice Department under the bus yesterday, it appears the FBI Director has not managed to pass the hot potato of blame/responsibility for Trump’s wiretap accusations. As The Hill reports, a White House spokeswoman on Monday said she “doesn’t think” Trump accepts Comey’s denial of the president’s claims. As a reminder, a New […]

Obama’s Surrogates Continue to Deny Trump Tower Surveillance, But Evidence Suggests Otherwise

The President’s tweets regarding alleged Obama wiretapping of Trump Towers during the campaign is making a lot of waves this afternoon — with the Sunday lineup of shills being interviewed on political discussion talk shows. From what we can gather thus far, the White House is calling for an investigation into the President’s claims that […]

“What Is To Be Done?”

Via Paul Craig Roberts, The question in the title is V.I. Lenin’s question. His answer was to create a revolutionary “vanguard” to spread revolutionary ideas among the workers, the economic class that Karl Marx had declared to be the class rising to the ascendency of political power. Finally, democracy, frustrated by upper class interests in […]