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  • I just heard that there might be "Russian Collusion" between Trump and the Russians

    04/05/2018 4:16:29 PM PDT · by SamAdams76 · 53 replies
    I think Trump has done a splendid job so far as president of the United States. However, I heard just today that there is a possibility that there might be some collusion (col-u-son) between Trump and the Russians. Apparently the Russians wanted Donald Trump to be president just as much as we did and so they did some collusion type things to make sure that Trump won the election. I'm not quite sure what kind of things they were but it could be that Russians were sent over here during the election to dance outside of Trump tower and hold...
  • Exclusive: L.A. Street Artists Hit Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown

    11/04/2014 5:03:49 AM PST · by Enterprise · 7 replies ^ | November 3, 2014 | Charles C. Johnson
    L.A. street artists hit Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown a day before the election. The photos show a cross-eyed Brown as if looking up from a toilet bowl filled with bullet trains. The artists have hit targets in Michigan, New Hampshire, and around Maxine Waters’s neighborhood this past week. They promise more “shenanigans” in the weeks to come. If you are interested in supporting their work, please earmark it in the donate button up top. We’ll get it to them.
  • Investigative book about "Babygate", Sarah Palin's faked pregnancy with Trig, about to be published

    05/16/2011 11:53:09 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 93 replies
    PoliticalGates ^ | 05/16/2011 | Patrick
    By Patrick "Facts need testimony to be remembered and trustworthy witnesses to be established in order to find a secure dwelling place in the domain of human affairs. From this, it follows that no factual statement can ever be beyond doubt—as secure and shielded against attack as, for instance, the statement that two and two make four. It is this fragility that makes deception so very easy up to a point, and so tempting. It never comes into a conflict with reason, because things could indeed have been as the liar maintains they were. Lies are often much more plausible,...
  • New Yorker's plane snub over Obama 'terrorist' cartoon

    07/21/2008 12:13:23 PM PDT · by Syncro · 24 replies · 1,366+ views ^ | Monday July 21, 2008 | Matthew Weaver
    <p>The New Yorker's Washington correspondent has been denied a press place on Barack Obama's tour of the Middle East and Europe after the magazine depicted the presidential candidate as a terrorist on its cover.</p> <p>The Obama camp said there was not enough room on the aircraft but the move is being seen as a snub to the magazine.</p>
  • Can Azzam The American Keep His Head?

    10/07/2006 1:17:31 PM PDT · by RunningWolf · 24 replies · 784+ views
    Pravda ^ | 09-11-2006 | Steve Darnell
    Twenty-eight-year-old California native Adam Yahiye Gadahn (aka Azzam the American) recently appeared on an al-Qaida video with al-Qaida’s number two man, Ayman al-Zawahiri. In the video Gadahn, looking like a bearded Pillsbury Doughboy in his white robe and turban, challenged American soldiers to convert to Islam.
  • Semi-News: 25,000 Years Old Cave Drawings Spark Muslim Protests

    02/16/2006 7:45:04 AM PST · by John Semmens · 5 replies · 274+ views
    azconservative ^ | 10 Feb 2006 | John Semmens
    Cave drawings thought to 25,000 years old have been discovered in a grotto in western France. Several of the drawings—one showing an apparently turban-wearing human figure eating a wild pig—are deemed to be offensive to Islam. Coming on top of the cartoons of Mohammed published in Denmark and reprinted in several other European countries, Muslim anger has continued to swell. “These infidels cannot continue to mock us without consequence,” said Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah. “The West should be prepared for the real holocaust. When Iran has the bomb there will be no mercy for these blasphemers.” In an effort to...
  • Journalists Lampoon Political Insiders (Gridiron Club's 120th annual dinner - Hagel, Richardson)

    03/12/2005 7:37:01 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 5 replies · 452+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 3/12/05 | Darlene Superville - AP
    WASHINGTON - John Kerry (news - web sites)'s wife sang about how happy she is that he wasn't elected. Karl Rove revealed his successful strategy for winning President Bush (news - web sites) a second term. Wannabe presidential candidates pressed for advantage in the 2008 race. It was as close to "Saturday Night Live" as Washington gets, as journalists assumed the personas of politicians in song, dance and wisecracks at the Gridiron Club's 120th annual dinner. It's a journalistic tradition in which, for one night, members of the Fourth Estate turn the tables on the powerful people they report and...
  • Dan Rather Airs Segment Tonight On Ralph Nader Sex Scandal

    09/14/2004 5:48:11 PM PDT · by MrFine · 33 replies · 1,951+ views
    American Colonoscopy Review, September, 2004 Issue | 9/14/04 | Mr.Fine
    CBS Anchorman, Dan Rather has exposed papers showing Reform Party candidate Ralph Nader was paid for a nude photo spread on this weeks segment of 60 minutes.
  • Laughter and salvation: Satirist Tony Hendra's memoir honors a monk who inspired him.

    05/30/2004 1:44:24 PM PDT · by tridentine · 7 replies · 161+ views
    Philadelphia Inquirer ^ | May 30, 2004 | Frank Wilson, Inquirer Book Editor
    Father Joe The Man Who Saved My Soul By Tony Hendra Random House. 271 pp. $24.95 Tony Hendra will always occupy a warm spot in my heart because of his hilarious (and uncanny) imitation of John Lennon on "Magical Misery Tour," one of the selections on National Lampoon's 1972 LP Radio Dinner. Hendra was one of the founders of National Lampoon, and he recounts both his days there and how the Lennon send-up came about in Father Joe. But only in passing. For this is definitely not your usual show-biz memoir. True, by starting off with an account of how...