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Chelsea AKA Bradley Manning Out of Prison Today

For those pining for the days of President Obama, remember these kinds of decisions were routine:   1st tweet by Chelsea Manning, former Army PFC Bradley Manning. There’d be no Wikileaks without Manning’s leaks of classified information. https://t.co/tlKBrZA9Nq — Jennifer Griffin (@JenGriffinFNC) May 17, 2017 …

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ON U.S. SOIL: Turkish Embassy Workers Beat Up American Protesters

The people you see kicking are the President of Turkey’, Tayyip Erdogan’s,  hooligans. They are the ones in suits kicking the heads of American Kurdish protestors. Here’s the video: #Erdoğan‘ın korumaları kavgaya karıştı https://t.co/gsi1iQ68Ye #amerikaninsesi pic.twitter.com/Jv3g5E7AVA — Amerika’nın Sesi (@VOATurkish) May 17, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js It …

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World Exclusive: Curtains for Comey

After an exhaustive inquiry by The American Spectator’s team of award-winning investigative journalists this magazine can now report that in February of this year former FBI Director James B. Comey was captured on surveillance cameras in the White House blowing his nose on White House …

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Piling On: The Desperation of the Left

Advocates have a rule when making a case: Don’t pile on. But the columns against President Trump for firing FBI Director James Comey are piling on and spilling over the top — and are losing their punch. Here’s a list of titles from just one …

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The Russians Have Come

Washington While contemplating the Democrats’ agitated preoccupation with the Russians’ intrusion into our 2016 presidential election, many thoughts occur. However, the salient thought for me, engendered by our Democratic friends’ anti-Russian rhetoric, is that many years ago, during the early stages of the Cold War, …

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Let’s Get Soft on Crime

Let’s get soft on crime. Who’s with me? Hello? Anyone? If someone were to ask you if you favor tougher penalties for criminals or more lenient ones, giving you no context, you would almost certainly favor the former. Now take your context. What’s the average …

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Trump’s Intelligence Braggadocio

According to an afternoon report in the Washington Post on May 15, President Trump disclosed highly classified intelligence information to Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and its U.S. ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, in a May 10 meeting. The article said that Trump wanted to impress the …

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NASA’s Dangerous Alien Invitation

The New Horizons spacecraft flawlessly accomplished its designated mission. It explored the dwarf planet Pluto and will be sending back to Earth a treasure trove of data that astronomers are salivating to analyze as it continues to soar out beyond our solar system. New Horizons …

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What’s All the Fuss About Comey?

Let us concede that President Trump talks too much. And, maybe especially, tweets too much. Let us concede the complexity of his explanation(s) for firing FBI Director James Comey — bad job, always meant to, relied on the deputy attorney general’s observations, etc., in whatever …

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The Sabotaging of the President

So. Last night the Washington Post sends the media nerve system crazy with this story: Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian diplomats The story begins as follows, bold print supplied: President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White …

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