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Belief Clinton would win election ‘factor’ in email probe: Comey

Belief Clinton would win election ‘factor’ in email probe: Comey

Former FBI chief James Comey said his belief that Hillary Clinton would be elected president in 2016 “was a factor” in his handling of the probe into her misuse of a private email server while she was secretary of state.

Commentary: Democrats Won’t Defeat GOP in November But Complacency Just Might

Commentary: Democrats Won’t Defeat GOP in November But Complacency Just Might

by Jeffrey A. … conservative Christopher Bedford wrote the other day at the Daily Caller, “Executive governance is out of style. On Friday, while 26 Senate Democrats up for re-election went home to their states or elsewhere …

14 candidates qualified for Oxnard Council Special Recall Election

14 candidates qualified for Oxnard Council Special Recall Election

Oxnard City Clerk I received notification Friday that the last candidate, Ms. Cryder, has qualified. Michelle Ascencion, CMC, City Clerk City of Oxnard: 300 W. Third Street, 4th Floor, Oxnard, CA 93030 (805) 385-7805 / michelle.ascencion@oxnard.org Qualified Name Office Sought Ballot Designation Lopez, Miguel Mayor University Academic Director Navarro, Modesto (Morey) Mayor Retired Starr, Aaron Mayor Oxnard Businessman/Accountant Stein, […]

Two Modest Proposals for Choosing Better Presidents

Two Modest Proposals for Choosing Better Presidents

  by Thomas L. Knapp In a recent column, I noted that if Oprah Winfrey runs for president in 2020, she will be at least as qualified for the office as the incumbent, Donald Trump, was when he announced his 2016 campaign. They’re both billionaires of similar net worth — her self-made, him not so […]

Major Jeff Burum announces candidacy for CA 26th District Congress Brownley seat

Major Jeff Burum announces candidacy for CA 26th District Congress Brownley seat

Oxnard resident, United States Air Force Major (Retired) Jeffrey Burum, also known as “The California Bear,” is a Republican candidate for Congress in CA District 26, challenging Rep. Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village), who represents the southern central coast and most of Ventura County. Major Burum is known for his lengthy career as a Desert Storm and Cold […]

Voter fraud likely in California, Maryland

Voter fraud likely in California, Maryland

The Election Integrity Commission will resume its work in September, now that the frivolous lawsuits against it are, one by one, being dismissed. The most recent case is in New Hampshire, where the American Civil Liberties Union has dropped a case over sharing publicly available voter information with the commission. The Granite State compromised and […]

California vote scandal blows up

California vote scandal blows up

  By Jon Rappoport (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) California vote-fraud scandal blows up “Los Angeles County officials informed us that the total number of registered voters [in the County] now stands at a number that is a whopping 144% of the total number of resident citizens of voting age.” […]

Democrats Risk Backlash Over Pushing Russia Probes, Strategists and Candidates Say

Democrats Risk Backlash Over Pushing Russia Probes, Strategists and Candidates Say

There is apparent discord within the U.S. Democratic Party over how vigorously it should emphasize allegations of collusion between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia, according to Politico. Democratic candidates and political operatives expressed concern to Politico that maintaining the Russia controversy as a primary issue, instead of health care and other pocketbook issues, could […]

Schumer: Democrats, Not Russia, To Blame For Election Loss

Schumer: Democrats, Not Russia, To Blame For Election Loss

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said that Democrats can only blame themselves, not Russia, for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s loss to President Donald Trump in November. “When you lose to somebody who has 40 percent popularity, you don’t blame other things – Comey, Russia – you blame yourself,” Schumer told The Washington Post […]

Do Polls Report Opinion – Or Shape it?

Do Polls Report Opinion – Or Shape it?

by Phil Erwin  The latest Washington Post/ABC News poll ostensibly “proves” Americans think the meeting between Trump campaign principals and a Russian “agent” was “inappropriate.” Not coincidentally, that same poll reports President Trump’s approval rating has dropped to a record low 36%. But what does such mathematical “disapproval” really tell us? To begin with: The […]

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