Spenser Rapone, a West Point graduate, made the news when a graduation photo displayed an apparent support for communism.  He began serving active duty with the Army after leaving West Point, but his troubles over the photo had just begun as the controversy of that photo will not go away. The soldier has since been …

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Thursday, on social media, Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy attacked President Trump, strangely implying that Trump was transforming the U.S. into a “Banana Republic” after the president called for an investigation into Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The senator posted his comments on Twitter within minutes of the president urging the Department of Justice to not let Debbie Wasserman …

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A CNN reporter was mocked by President Trump after asking a loaded question about his relationship with world leaders at the G7 Summit on Saturday. Trump didn’t recognize the reporter who asked a smart aleck question of why the president’s relationships with world leaders were so bad, and why he seemed more interested in meeting …

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Something is wrong with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who barely made it through an incoherent press briefing this week, where she mispronounced words, kept forgetting her lines, and stumbled over poll numbers as she spoke to reporters at the Capitol. While Pelosi was talking to journalists during her daily press briefing she once again went …

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President Trump went to Quebec, Canada Friday to meet with world leaders at the G7 summit.  While there he defended his “America First” trade policy before heading off to Singapore for his historic meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. Trump promised to promote his trade campaign promises, and said he is looking forward to “straightening …

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Charges have been filed against the Senate Intelligence Committee’s long-time director of security James Wolfe, senior DOJ officials announced on Thursday. The charges state that Wolfe made false statements to the FBI and detail how Wolfe passed classified information, including information on Trump campaign aide Carter Page, to a number of news media outlets.  This …

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Speaker of the House Paul Ryan said Thursday he hopes to write up and get a amnesty bill through the House very quickly.  Someone has to be paying him off.   Why else would Ryan, who is leaving Congress at the end of this term, make another push for amnesty right before the midterm elections, a …

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Joy Reid, host of the “AM Joy” show on MSNBC physically threatened a senior colleague, and often referred to her hateful blog while working as a radio host over a decade ago according to superiors at the radio station.  One of them described Reid as an “evil woman” in those days. Reid has been under …

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Oppressed millionaire Colin Kaepernick’s lawyers are expected to pull President Trump into his legal battle with the NFL by subpoenaing the president, VP Mike Pence, and other officials on the protesting of NFL players who don’t stand for the national anthem in the quarterback’s so-called collusion case against the NFL. The point Kaepernick’s lawyers are trying to …

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Former president Bill Clinton tried to make himself the victim of his Monica Lewinsky scandal, and Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey both spoke out against it. While Clinton was being interviewed Monday morning, NBC’s Craig Melvin asked him if he felt he owed Lewinsky a personal apology for what he did during their White House affair.  The …

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