Chris Cillizza's column at the CNN website is called "The Point" but it takes him many many words and paragraphs to finally get to The Point buried deep in his verbose musings about the Mueller Report. If you can actually make it to that Point, you w
Twenty-one years after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, a resurgent 'New IRA', which has taken responsibility for a car bombing and a series of parcel bombs discovered at landmarks in London and Glasgow, was blamed on Thursday for the killin
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Mark Dice Commentary on Newsweeks choice to put Congressman Adam Schiff on the cover...vowing to continue investigating until something is found.
Are you ready for the biggest non-event in recent American political history? The mainstream media is treating Thursday's release of the Mueller report as an event of critical historical importance, but it isn't. Unless Attorney General William
Trump Opens Fire on Fox News For 'Crazy Bernie' Town Hall: Bret Baier Was 'So Smiley and Nice'
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Tucker Carlson stands almost alone in telling the truth about Julian Assange, both what he did – and did not do.
NYT - Lynch mob mentality unacceptably targets individuals like Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange, groups like FARC, Hezbollah and Hamas, as well as nations for regime change like Iran, Venezuela, and numerous victims of US aggression.
coverage of Watergate or the Pentagon Papers?...(Natural News) Once upon a time, American newspapers and broadcast networks actually did report real news -- bombshell, breakthrough stuff that was important and reflected the journalistic ethic of "
The digital sphere has proven that it is continually curating content and information, and now another memo has leaked showing this exact thing.
Readers of The Washington Post on Monday were treated to more of the same from editorial page chief Fred Hiatt. Hiatt, who won his spurs by promoting misleading "intelligence" about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and suffered no consequences
The Republican campaign strategist on the Bushes, Alex Jones, and how he's never described himself as a 'dirty trickster'