October 22, 2021

Opinion

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Played by the Russians, Fusion GPS founders now cash in
Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch have a book coming out on Tuesday, November 26. The leftist media, no doubt, will hail it as a masterful account of how Fusion GPS – the research firm founded by these two former journalists – bravely sought to expose the wrongdoings of then-candidate Donald Trump and prevent him from becoming president. Read More.
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UN rebukes North Korea on rights, missiles; South abstains
Though out of the limelight for nearly a year, North Korea’s quiet and covert push for intercontinental ballistic missile capability along with the communist regime’s continuing political crackdown on its own population has not abated. Read More.
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To NBC, Soros-backed Brennan Center is 'nonpartisan'
A radical activist legal organization that received over $1 million in funding from progressive globalist billionaire George Soros in 2018 alone has been cited by NBC News as a "nonpartisan" group whose reports are covered as straight news and whose staffers even host their own news segments for the network. Read More.
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Dems' breathtaking contempt: Impeachment and socialism
You need only to have paid attention for the excruciating, exhausting, emotionally draining 24 hours of Wednesday, November 20, 2019 to understand all you really need to know about today’s Democratic Party. Read More.
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California's road rage at the White House
The state of California is ramping up a spit-wad barrage (out of cardboard straws) at President Trump while angering major automobile manufacturers in a puff of putrid breath. Read More.
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Revealing data about DACA crime rates
A recent report from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may help shed light on the costs of allowing non-citizens to remain in our country. Read More.
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Despite impeachment drama, Trump leaves the field behind
Despite being pilloried by the media, facing a massive impeachment effort by House Democrats, and generally getting incredibly poor press coverage, Donald Trump has not only improved his overall job approval numbers but also managed to pull ahead of the 2020 contender pack. Read More.
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Clinton vs Thatcher: A tale of two women
Both would reach pinnacles in an otherwise man’s world. But only one broke the glass ceiling, and for that it seems Hillary Clinton is publicly snubbing former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, the late Margaret Thatcher. Read More.
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Many in Missoula protest Third World 'invasion'
Our ruling globalists are determined that there be no corner of America left untouched by Third World immigration. Read More.
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The new progressive line: Donald Trump, the Anti-Christ
2020 Democrat presidential candidates are taking their demonization of Americans who support President Trump to supernatural levels. Read More.
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The socialists are gaining momentum, while libertarians are losing steam
The socialists have had quite the last couple of weeks at the ballot box. Across the United States, self-described democratic socialists were victorious in gaining power or holding onto public office. Read More.
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Did GoFundMe Campaign for 'Whistleblower' violate the law?
An official complaint has been made to the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) suggesting that the impeachment scandal whistleblower may be in violation of federal law regarding gifts to current intelligence employees. Read More.
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Bash Trump, make a million bucks — or two
The Associated Press reports that former National Security Advisor John Bolton has inked a new book deal, just two months after departing the White House over foreign policy differences with President Donald Trump. Read More.
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In November 1989, a political tsunami toppled the wall
Thirty years ago on Nov. 9 1989, the world suddenly changed. Mass civil and religious demonstrations rocking East German cities created a political tsunami which soon reached Berlin. Read More.
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The Korea-Japan relationship is key to Asian geopolitics
Koreans have innumerable reasons to resent Japan's sense of superiority and also every reason to get over it. Read More.

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