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[VIDEO] New Evidence Obama’s NSA Conducted Illegal Searches; Fallout From NSA Revelations; Hemingway, Krauthammer

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[VIDEO] Roger Ailes Dies at 77: Here is how the Mainstream Media Reacted


[VIDEO] Freaky Friday Politics: Republicans And Democrats Keep Switching Positions 

Democrats and Republicans are pivoting on issues faster than a bipolar swing dancer on a merry-go-round. Republicans are now big government protectionists. Democrats support free trade and states’ rights. It’s like the two parties switched bodies! It’s almost as if… they were FREAKY-FRIDAYED!


[VIDEO] Krauthammer: Trump’s Russia Meeting & Classified Intelligence Slip Stokes Intrigue 

Charles Krauthammer said during a previous segment that Trump would probably not be affected by the reported intelligence slip during a meeting with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, but in this clip he pointed out that incidents with Russia are a recurring problem for the administration:

Nobody thinks that the president actually sat down with the Russkies and said, “Look this is exactly how we collect information from al Qaeda in Yemen and ISIS in Syria.” Of course he didn’t. It would have been a slip in which he might have mentioned an ally in place, and that would not be good. I am sure the ally is understanding. I don’t think this is going to cause a rift as a matter of principle, but out of perhaps concern and prudence, they may want to pull back for a short while. Again, if the story is true and if they were compromised. You have got to ask yourself: Why do the Russians keep turning up every three days in the Trump administration? It seems as if Trump has a recurring cold and the Russkies are involved in that. I mean, of all the countries, it didn’t have to be Russia.

Source: National Review


[VIDEO] Henninger: Comey was Brought Down by the ‘Clinton Method’ 


[VIDEO] SUPERCUTS! Comey: Should He Stay Or Should He Go?




BREAKING: DESSERT-GATE SCANDAL ROCKS WASHINGTON

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Study: Media Jobs, Salary, Soar 38% in DC, Crash 22% Nationally

Paul Bedard  writes: In the latest sign that Washington operates in an alternate economy, journalism jobs around the country dove 22 percent in the last 10 years, but they spiked a whopping 38 percent in the nation’s capital, according to a new economic study. What’s more, salaries for Washington journalists rose 7 percent while diving nationally.

While 12,000 reporting jobs were eliminated in most markets in the last decade, the Washington journalism market expanded from 2,190 to 3,030. That is more than five journalists for every single House and Senate member.

 

In New York, by comparison, the drop was historic, from 5,330 jobs in 2005 to just 3,478 in 2015, said the study from Apartmentlist.com.

The study reviewed rents in major cities and showed how rents have spiked while the salaries of reporters hasn’t. That gap may be responsible for the shift by reporters, even award-winning journalists, to better paying public relations.

“Our analysis illustrated that reporter salaries are growing slower than rents in most metros. Nationwide, reporter salaries declined by 7 percent over the past decade while rents increased 9 percent. If this trend continues, publications will struggle to hire and retain talent,” said the report provided to Secrets. Read the rest of this entry »


[VIDEO] Exclusive Footage of James Comey Waving Goodbye


[VIDEO] Jeffrey Toobin Goes on Full-Scale Global Panic Cuckoo Bananas Rant Over Comey Firing 


Former FBI Director James Comey: Driver’s License Still Valid!

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[VIDEO] No Drama Obama!


[VIDEO] SUPERCUTS: The GOP Health Care Bill Will Kill Everyone!


[VIDEO] What’s the Fate of Iraq’s Christian Community? 


‘Colber’s Vulgar Rant After Prez Insults CBS’: New York Post Cover for May 3, 2017 

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‘MOMMY MEANEST’: New York Post Cover for April 23, 2017

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[VIDEO] Harvard Tells Students Gender Identity Can Change Day-to-Day 


[VIDEO] The Resistance Talks Dirty!


[VIDEO] The Worst Of Maxine Waters 


[VIDEO] Jon Ossoff: Hero to Zero

 


[VIDEO] Dems’ Cloud: Fail to win Georgia Race, Russia Conspiracy Fizzles 

Upstart Jon Ossoff’s failure to win the Ga. congressional seat, triggering a runoff – despite an $8.3 million war chest, must have Democrats wondering when they’ll win again. And what has happened to their conspiracy theories on Trump and Russia?


[VIDEO] Naked People Getting Arrested Compilation 

 


Bewitched, Bothered & Beleaguered: Bill O’Reilly Signs with AMC to Play Zombie in Upcoming Episode of ‘The Walking Dead’

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[VIDEO] Ninth Circle of Hell: Eyewitness Recounts Passenger’s Removal from Plane

 

 


[VIDEO] Nancy Pelosi Politicizing Faith at Rally in California 

 


[VIDEO] Heather Mac Donald’s Claremont McKenna College Speech that the Brownshirts Didn’t Want You to See

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The War on Police, Heather Mac Donald

The Black Lives Matter movement holds that the U.S. is experiencing an epidemic of racially-driven police shootings, and that policing is shot through with systemic bias. Contending that the central Black Lives Matter narrative is not just false but dangerous, Heather Mac Donald explores the data on policing, crime, and race and argues that policing today is driven by crime, not race, and that the movement has caused officers to back off of proactive policing in high crime areas, leading to the largest spike in homicides in nearly 50 years, disproportionately affecting blacks.

See more Ath videos: http://tinyurl.com/MMCAth


[VIDEO] OH YES SHE DID: Clinton Says That Putin Opposed Her Because ‘He’s Not Fond Of Strong Women’


[VIDEO] BREAKING: Footage from Russian Drones After Syria Attack

 


[VIDEO] Chuck Schumer Flip-Flopping Compilation


[VIDEO] Senate Confirms Neil Gorsuch to Be Next Supreme Court Justice

Replacing Scalia, a conservative icon, the ideological tilt of the bench is not likely to shift. He will restore a 5-4 majority that Republican appointees have held on the court for years.

Lisa Mascaro and David G. Savage report: President Trump’s nominee, Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, was confirmed Friday for a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, filling a 14-month vacancy after a dramatic Senate showdown that risked long-lasting repercussions to both institutions.

The confirmation will deliver a much needed political victory to Trump, whose administration is struggling in its first 100 days to make progress on many campaign promises amid infighting in the White House and on Capitol Hill.

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The Senate confirmed Gorsuch, 54-45, for the seat that had been vacant since the 2016 death of Justice Antonin Scalia. The Republican-led Senate had refused last year to consider President Obama’s nominee, Judge Merrick Garland, fueling partisan rancor and Democratic opposition to Gorsuch.

Only three Democrats joined Republicans in voting to confirm Gorsuch. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.), Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) all represent conservative-leaning red states that Trump won in the election. Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.), who is recovering from surgery, was absent.

It was the narrowest approval of a Supreme Court nominee since the 52-48 confirmation of Clarence Thomas in 1991.

Vice President Mike Pence presided over the vote as Republicans sat in their seats and onlookers, including conservative legal activists, filled the visitor galleries. But Friday’s vote, arguably Trump’s most enduring achievement to date, was largely upstaged by the U.S. airstrikes in Syria, which dominated news coverage.

The 49-year-old Gorsuch, who is expected to be sworn in on Monday, is a respected conservative who has worked for years on the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver. He is expected to bring a “textualist” approach to the court, relying on an exact reading of legal language.

Supreme Court Affirmitive Action

Since he is replacing Scalia, a conservative icon, the ideological tilt of the bench is not likely to shift. He will restore a 5-4 majority that Republican appointees have held on the court for years.

“He’s going to make an incredible addition to the court,” said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). “He’s going to make the American people proud.”

Democrats had staged a highly unusual filibuster to block the nominee. Republicans responded by changing long-standing Senate rules to allow filibusters of Supreme Court nominees to be broken with 51 votes rather than the previous 60.

Now Trump and future presidents will find it easier to choose Supreme Court nominees without needing much consent from the minority, opening the door to more ideological and partisan appointments. Read the rest of this entry »


[VIDEO] Pelosi: ‘I Like to be Close to the Children’


‘Thou Shall Not Teach’: New York Post Cover for April 2, 2017

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Bug Zapper: Trump Accuses Bam of Dirty ‘Spy Tricks’: New York Post Cover for March 5, 2017

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