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Here’s What Matt Whitaker Thinks of Robert Mueller

Here’s What Matt Whitaker Thinks of Robert Mueller

Saagar Enjeti | White House Correspondent President Donald Trump fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions Wednesday afternoon and temporarily elevated his chief of staff, Matt Whitaker. We are pleased to announce that Matthew G. Whitaker, Chief of Staff to Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the Department of Justice, will become our new Acting Attorney General of […]

You’re Surrounded Mr. Mueller, Give Yourself Up – The Truth is Becoming Too Big To Hide

You’re Surrounded Mr. Mueller, Give Yourself Up – The Truth is Becoming Too Big To Hide

By Elizabeth Vaughn From the moment candidate Donald Trump won the Republican nomination, the deck was stacked against him. He was a chicken, surrounded by wolves, and they were just waiting for the right moment to consume him. But they all underestimated him. Crazy as people believe Trump to be, he has prevailed in the face […]

Jerusalem, Spying on Campaigns, National Police Week and So Much More | Look At News Daily  (May 12-18/Day 113-119) Week 17

Jerusalem, Spying on Campaigns, National Police Week and So Much More | Look At News Daily  (May 12-18/Day 113-119) Week 17

By Michael Hernandez   May 12 (Saturday):  Day 113 North Korea announces the permanent shutdown of Nuclear Test Site North Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on Saturday that the communist regime would hold a ceremony on a date between May 23 and 25 to permanently shut down the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site, and journalists […]

Federal Judge Casts Doubt On Mueller’s Case Against Manafort

Federal Judge Casts Doubt On Mueller’s Case Against Manafort

 By CHUCK ROSS, Reporter . A Virginia federal judge expressed deep skepticism of the special counsel’s bank fraud case against President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, during a court hearing Friday morning. “You don’t really care about Mr. Manafort’s bank fraud,” U.S. District Court Judge T.S. Ellis III told Mueller’s prosecutors during the hearing. […]

Colluders on the Loose

Colluders on the Loose

  By Victor Davis Hanson | National Review Comey, McCabe, Clapper, Brennan, Lynch, Andrew Weissmann, Bruce and Nellie Ohr, Harry Reid, Samantha Power, Clinton attorney Jeannie Rhee . . . If collusion is the twin of conspiracy, then there are lots of colluders running around Washington. Robert Mueller was tasked to find evidence of Trump and Russia […]

Victor Davis Hanson: Mueller at the Crossroads

Victor Davis Hanson: Mueller at the Crossroads

 . .  By Victor Davis Hanson Mueller at the Crossroads Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel in May 2017 in reaction to a media still gripped by near hysteria over the inexplicable defeat of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. For nearly a year before Mueller’s appointment, leaks had spread about collusion between Russia and […]

Memo to Mueller: Time To Go!

Memo to Mueller: Time To Go!

by Phil Erwin Well, “The Memo” has been released, and everybody in newshound-land is chattering incessantly about what it “means.” Republicans are convinced it “proves” that Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation into “collusion” between Russia and the Trump team is a bogus political witch hunt. Democrats are equally convinced it “proves” that Republicans are Hell-bent on […]

“Russia-gate”: Worse than Watergate? Oh, you betcha!

“Russia-gate”: Worse than Watergate? Oh, you betcha!

by Phil Erwin Watergate is just a dim memory of endless political blather for many who lived through that contentious era. Without the “gate” suffix, younger Americans wouldn’t even recognize it as political scandal, even though Watergate actually started the “gate”-as-scandal convention. But last week’s news that there is a momentous “memo” hiding in Washington’s […]

The Mueller Test and the Paper Civil War on Trump

The Mueller Test and the Paper Civil War on Trump

“A last ditch effort by the establishment to wrest control from the president.” By Daniel Greenfield, originally published in Frontpage Mag. The original civil war was fought by farmhands and factory workers, freed slaves and young boys turned soldiers; the new civil war is being fought by lawyers in blue or gray suits not with […]

Why I should be named special counsel

Why I should be named special counsel

  By Larry Klayman You know me as the only lawyer ever to have a court of law rule that former President Bill Clinton committed a crime. This ruling was by a courageous U.S. District Court judge, Royce Lamberth, over Clinton’s violation of the privacy rights of an intern he assaulted and sexually abused in […]

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