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What If Television News Disappeared?

What If Television News Disappeared?

By Jon Rappoport             (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) The desperate networks are grasping at straws. Their ratings reflect a continuing audience exodus. I once wrote that, if tomorrow the top news anchors admitted they were drag queens, the whole country would immediately collapse. That’s how fragile […]

Spies Like Us?

Spies Like Us?

by Phil Erwin Just what should we make of the “bomb threat” that unfolded over the past week? Our news was pegged on “BOMB-OVERLOAD!!!”, and will undoubtedly be chewing on it for some time. In the days before all those oddly-rendered packages started showing up, Conservative-friendly news outlets were 100% focused on the migration of […]

Crazed Zealot Jeff Sessions Attempts to Enforce Law

Crazed Zealot Jeff Sessions Attempts to Enforce Law

By Ann Coulter | Political Commentator The New York Times recently published a snippy attack on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, portraying him as a single-minded zealot pursuing crackpot ideas that were putting the Trump administration “on track to lose in court and prompting high-level departures.” The Times’ sources were “current and former career department lawyers.” […]

So Much for the Peaceful Transfer of Power

So Much for the Peaceful Transfer of Power

By Michael Greer   I’m madder than hell and I can’t take it anymore! I can’t stand the hypocrisy of the Left! I can’t stand their deceit! From the minute Donald Trump won the Presidency the Left has done everything possible to overturn the election….So much for the peaceful transfer of power.    The Left […]

For Better or Worse, Early Voting is Changing American Elections

For Better or Worse, Early Voting is Changing American Elections

by Thomas L. Knapp   In the US, “Election Day 2018” falls on November 6 this year. But Election Day isn’t what it used to be.   The New York Times reports that “millions have voted early” — nearly a million of them by mail in the Sunshine State alone, even before that state’s early […]

Caravan of Treachery By Democrats

Caravan of Treachery By Democrats

Mychal S. Massie, The Daily Rant   An Associated Press photo showed foreign insurgents, whom the media, and Democrats misidentify as “refugees”, burning the American flag with a swastika painted on it. But somehow that didn’t make the evening news. We know what is next. The noisy crows of the Democrat Party, i.e., the mainstream […]

Democrats Making Biggest Mistake in History of Politics

Democrats Making Biggest Mistake in History of Politics

  Wayne Allyn Root   I was one of the only commentators in the media who predicted a Trump presidential victory in 2016. I stood firm on Fox News with my prediction at the exact moment the New York Times gave Hillary a 92% chance of victory. Don’t look now, but as Yogi Berra would […]

CNN Boss Created a US Prez and Governor

CNN Boss Created a US Prez and Governor

Jon Rappoport   How CNN boss Jeff Zucker helped elect a US president and a governor of California  (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)   One thing you have to understand about Mr. Zucker. What he does, he does for show. For ratings. If he could get away with claiming Trump met with […]

American Minute with Bill Federer- United Nations: A Good or Bad Idea?

American Minute with Bill Federer- United Nations: A Good or Bad Idea?

By Bill Federer   The United Nations officially began OCTOBER 24, 1945. Its name was coined by President Franklin Roosevelt. The United Nations’ charter was drafted in the Garden Room of San Francisco’s Fairmont Hotel. The Charter meeting did not open with prayer. The United Nations was created to prevent future wars, particularly to guarantee there would not be another genocidal holocaust, such […]

Midterm Optics Are Bad for Progressives

Midterm Optics Are Bad for Progressives

Victor Davis Hanson Private Papers   Hordes of immigrants and screaming protesters won’t win many moderate votes. For progressives, the looming midterm elections apparently should not hinge on a booming economy, a near-record-low unemployment rate, a strong stock market, and unprecedented energy production. Instead, progressives hope that race and gender questions overshadow pocketbook issues. The […]