Trump Blasts Michael Cohen in Fox Interview: “People Make Up Stories”

In an in-depth interview with Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt on Thursday, President Trump spoke at length about the legal cases that formed the bulk the media’s diet this week: The conviction of his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and the plea deal negotiated by Michael Cohen, the president’s former lawyer. In the interview, Trump pointed out that neither case implicated ...

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Conservatives – and Only Conservatives – Speak Out For Mollie Tibbetts

It was heartbreaking, if unsurprising, to see how our political divisions determined this week which victims we could actually give sympathy to, coverage of, and support for. The murder of 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts should have been a rallying point for all Americans; instead, it became just another political football to be tossed back and forth between the two sides. Conservatives ...

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Parkland Brat David Hogg Wants to Go Down in History

New York Magazine ran an extraordinarily long and glowing feature interview with David Hogg, the 18-year-old school shooting survivor-turned-activist who has found his calling in life: To rile up conservative gun rights supporters, pander to left-wing Democrats, and try his best to get people who disagree with him fired from their jobs. In the interview, Hogg said (threatened?) he would ...

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Trump Launches Brutal Assault on Media and Mueller

President Trump was irate over a New York Times article suggesting that White House Counsel Don McGahn has gone rogue, cooperating with Robert Mueller and spilling the president’s secrets all over the Office of the Special Counsel. The article, which was typical for the Times in that it relied much more heavily on rumor and insinuation than on the facts, ...

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No Blue Wave Coming, Says Pollster Who Learned the Lessons of 2016

The great tragedy of the fake news that we see so much of in the mainstream media these days is that it is a holdover from the (seemingly neverending) 2016 election. Channels like CNN and MSNBC and newspapers like The New York Times saw such tremendous success during that time period – when everyone and their brother was actually engaged ...

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After Supreme Court Loss, Colorado Targets Christian Baker One More Time

Clearly seething over their loss at the nation’s highest court, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission is once again targeting Christian baker Jack Phillips for refusing to bake cakes that violate his religious beliefs. Undeterred by the judicial smackdown they received at the Supreme Court in June, where they were admonished for persecuting Phillips and his Christian beliefs, the state has ...

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Breaking: Strzok’s Firing Was About More Than Text Messages

It was with little surprise that we found out this week that Peter Strzok had been fired from the FBI. Indeed, the only surprise was that it didn’t happen a long time ago. Strzok left the DOJ’s Inspector General with a long, digital paper trail of political bias demonstrating his hatred for Donald Trump and his preference for Hillary Clinton. ...

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Media Refuses to Tell the Truth About “Anti-Hate” Groups in Washington

In a perfect example of dumb media bias, the Washington Post, the New York Times, Politico, and countless other outlets described the protesters in Washington and Charlottesville this weekend as “Anti-Hate” groups. While several of these outlets (eventually) found time to report on the nasty slogans and violent behavior these groups engaged in during their supposed “counter-protest” rallies, the mere ...

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New York Wages Ad Campaign Promoting “Safe, Legal” Abortion for Residents

New York is launching a campaign to help women in the state access information about abortions in an attempt to combat what they call the “misinformation” being spread by the pro-life movement. Using public funds, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has set up the “Know Your Options” campaign, which encourages New York women to visit a state website where they can “get ...

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