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  • Trump sues New York Times for libel over Russia 'conspiracy' op-ed

    02/26/2020 10:15:53 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 8 replies
    Fox News ^ | 02/26/2020 | Gregg Re
    The Trump campaign has filed a libel lawsuit against what it called the “extremely biased” New York Times, saying the paper’s March 27, 2019 op-ed titled “The Real Trump-Russia Quid Pro Quo” amounted to a knowingly false smear intended to “improperly influence the presidential election in November 2020.” “They did a bad thing,” Trump said at a coronavirus press conference later Wednesday, before apparently promising more litigation. “There will be more coming. There will be more coming.” The lawsuit seeks “compensatory damages in the millions of dollars,” as well as punitive damages and legal fees. Knowing that then-Special Counsel Robert...
  • NSC adviser 'is to be reassigned' amid DC rumors SHE is the infamous 'Anonymous' behind anti-Trump NYTimes op-ed and book 'A Warning'

    02/18/2020 8:53:47 AM PST · by RummyChick · 36 replies
    dm ^ | 2/18/2020 | edwards
    Deputy national security adviser Victoria Coates may be reassigned to the Department of Energy amid rumors that she is reportedly the author of the infamous New York Times anonymous op-ed. Top officials from President Donald Trump's administration are reportedly discussing Coates' reassignment, according to a report from Axios. The possible move comes just weeks after Coates was accused of being behind the Times article, 'I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration,' that was published in September 2018, as well as a book titled, A Warning, that was released in November 2019.
  • Trump's Critics on the Economy: So Wrong, So Often.

    02/18/2020 6:28:58 AM PST · by Kaslin · 4 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | February 18, 2020 | Stephen Moore
    There's an old saying about baseball and life that no one ever had a 1.000 batting average. It turns out that's not exactly true. At least when it comes to the Trump economy, anti-Trumpers defied the near-impossible statistical odds and somehow have batted 1.000 on their predictions. They managed to get it wrong every time. A chorus line of President Donald Trump's critics, including the best and brightest minds of the liberal intelligentsia, predicted an economic and stock market free fall if Trumponomics were implemented. They weren't just wrong; in many cases, they were fantastically wrong. So wrong that Paul...
  • The Cruel Reality Of Life As One Of The Media’s Never-Trump Waterboys

    02/17/2020 7:11:01 AM PST · by Kaslin · 23 replies
    The Federalist ^ | February 17, 2020 | Christopher Bedford
    All of their predictions are based on the conventional wisdom and assumptions of an insulted and excluded D.C. intelligentsia, and all are wrong. Media bias is an old constant. It has never and will never go away. A reporter or host can use all the proper, sanitized words he wants, but behind the scenes lie the decisions that went into which stories to pursue and which to drop; where to pull back and where to push forward; who to interview, who to skip; what is most important versus what can be buried or even cut.And then, of course, there’s the...
  • Brian Stelter Gets Owned

    02/15/2020 9:21:44 AM PST · by Eleutheria5 · 3 replies
    Ovation Eddie 2 ^ | 15/2/20 | Brian Stelter
    Favorite Democrat Presidential Candidate found GUILTY & Going to Prison!
  • Bernie Sanders Isn’t a Socialist. But he plays one on TV. That’s a problem. (Krugman)

    02/14/2020 8:27:41 AM PST · by karpov · 65 replies
    New York Times ^ | February 13, 2020 | Paul Krugman
    ... Bernie Sanders isn’t actually a socialist in any normal sense of the term. He doesn’t want to nationalize our major industries and replace markets with central planning; he has expressed admiration, not for Venezuela, but for Denmark. He’s basically what Europeans would call a social democrat — and social democracies like Denmark are, in fact, quite nice places to live, with societies that are, if anything, freer than our own. So why does Sanders call himself a socialist? I’d say that it’s mainly about personal branding, with a dash of glee at shocking the bourgeoisie. And this self-indulgence did...
  • Joe DiGenova – White House has found the ‘anonymous’ mole…

    02/10/2020 8:34:28 AM PST · by Red Badger · 68 replies
    www.citizenfreepress.com ^ | on February 10, 2020 10:56 am | Kane
    Joe DiGenova says senior White House official told him they have identified the anonymous writer of the New York Times article. The person will be removed from the White House pretty quickly. https://twitter.com/AKA_RealDirty/status/1226884466314039296
  • Iowa Caucus Results Riddled With Errors and Inconsistencies: The mistakes do not appear intentional, but they raise questions about whether there will ever be a completely precise accounting.

    02/06/2020 8:53:30 AM PST · by C19fan · 86 replies
    NY Times ^ | February 6, 2020 | Nate Cohn, Josh Katz, Denise Lu, Charlie Smart, Ben Smithgall and Andrew Fischer
    Results from the Iowa Democratic caucuses were delayed by “quality control checks” on Monday night. Days later, quality control issues have not been resolved. The results released by the Iowa Democratic Party on Wednesday were riddled with inconsistencies and other flaws. According to a New York Times analysis, more than 100 precincts reported results that were internally inconsistent, that were missing data or that were not possible under the complex rules of the Iowa caucuses. In some cases, vote tallies do not add up. In others, precincts are shown allotting the wrong number of delegates to certain candidates. And in...
  • How Private Equity Buried Payless shoes

    02/01/2020 2:28:17 AM PST · by Cronos · 88 replies
    NY times ^ | 31 Jan 2020 | Niel Irwin
    ..Over seven years, Payless went through a wringer of private equity and hedge fund stewardship that left it with inadequate technology, run-down stores and no financial cushion to survive an era of upheaval in retail. .. Financial managers exert greater control over nearly all American companies than they once did. Their willingness to cause some pain — to close factories, lay people off, renegotiate arrangements with longtime suppliers — is, many economists argue, a feature, not a bug .. The American economy has become markedly less dynamic. Fewer businesses are being started, and the newcomers are having less success unseating...
  • Republicans’ Emerging Defense: Trump’s Actions Were Bad, but Not Impeachable

    02/03/2020 3:47:35 AM PST · by where's_the_Outrage? · 120 replies
    NYT ^ | Feb 2, 2020 | Emily Cochrane
    WASHINGTON — Even as they are set to acquit President Trump in his impeachment trial this week, Senate Republicans appear to be increasingly breaking with his defense that he did nothing wrong. © Erin Schaff/The New York Times “I think he shouldn’t have done it — I think it was wrong,” said Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, center right. “Inappropriate, was the way I’d say it. Improper, crossing the line.” On Sunday, Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, who was a key vote against calling witnesses in the Senate trial, expanded upon his criticism that Mr. Trump was “crossing the line”...
  • Iraq Names New Prime Minister Who Praises ‘Bravery’ of Protesters

    02/01/2020 2:43:05 PM PST · by nuconvert · 9 replies
    NYTimes ^ | Feb. 1. 2020
    BAGHDAD — Iraq’s president stepped in to appoint a new prime minister after the Parliament failed to do so for two months, leaving the country largely rudderless at a time of multiple political crises. The premier, Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi, is hardly a new face — he is a former member of Parliament and former minister of communications. But he is not tarnished by the corruption allegations that dog many other Iraqi political figures. In his first comments upon accepting the nomination, Mr. Allawi paid homage to the anti-government protesters who have been out on the streets since October and he...
  • NOW, NY Times Touts Romney As a Man of the People (Forget Their Sliming in 2012)

    02/01/2020 6:45:18 AM PST · by kevcol · 55 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | January 31, 2020 | Tim Graham
    “He is a decent, honorable man,” former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. said in a recent interview of Mr. Romney. Mr. Biden conceded that it was unlikely that he would be running for president right now if it were Mr. Romney seeking re-election, not Mr. Trump. “I think this is Senator Romney’s moment to shine,” said Senator Amy Klobuchar... . . . “As Mitt once said in some context, ‘The worst thing that could happen to anyone in politics has already happened to me. I lost the presidency.’ It’s like the guys in Vietnam said, ‘What are you going...
  • Mitt Romney laments Trump’s ‘unfortunate’ attacks on possible impeachment witnesses

    01/31/2020 11:48:44 AM PST · by Trump20162020 · 118 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | January 31, 2020 | Caitlin Yilek
    Republican Sen. Mitt Romney is not keen on President Trump’s attacks on impeachment witnesses, but conceded that the insults are working. “He has made a career of trashing people by tweet,” Romney, 72, told the New York Times. “It is part of his shtick and it’s working for him,” the Utah senator said of Trump’s attacks on his former national security adviser John Bolton. “I think it’s unfortunate.”
  • Establishment Democrats' Dilemma: How to Do In Bernie Sanders Without Alienating His Young Voters

    01/30/2020 7:58:25 AM PST · by Kaslin · 38 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 30, 2020 | John Kass
    Bernie Sanders is a survivor, but can he survive the orchestrated media onslaught that seems determined to bring him down? At 78, Sanders has survived a heart attack, and the loathing of the Democratic Party establishment and its compliant media wing. He survived that recent vicious and shameful CNN takedown accusing him of sexism for allegedly saying a woman couldn't be elected president. Sanders denied it. CNN didn't much care. Now his supporters are being shamed as dangerous and angry by other media and also as tools of President Donald Trump. But guess what? It's all backfiring. Sanders is surging,...
  • Panic About Peaceful Protest Reveals Gun Controllers' Bigotry:

    01/29/2020 7:38:22 AM PST · by Kaslin · 13 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 29, 2020 | Jacob Sullum
    After a gun rights rally in Richmond came and went last week without the "violence, rioting, and insurrection" predicted by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, Talia Lavin could not believe her eyes, and she urged the rest of us not to believe our eyes either. "It seems myopic at best to describe the Monday event as 'peaceful,'" Lavin wrote in a GQ article about the rally, which attracted thousands of armed Second Amendment supporters energized by Northam's gun control agenda. Lavin's reality-bending assessment reflects a Manichean attitude, all too common among gun control supporters, that casts sincere policy disagreements as a...
  • Report: Alexander Vindman’s Brother, Yevgeny.. Reviewed Bolton Book at NSC

    01/27/2020 8:24:55 PM PST · by Rabin · 37 replies
    Ammsrican Greatness ^ | January 27th, 2020 | Debra Heine
    The twin brother of controversial anti-Trump NSC aide Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman had seen a draft copy of John Bolton’s controversial new book, raising the possibility that he passed key passages to the New York Times. The Wall Street Journal described Yevgeny as “an NSC lawyer handling ethics issues.” Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman described his twin as the “lead ethics official” at the NSC. A U.S. Office of Government Ethics web page, updated on Friday, identifies Yevegeny Vindman as the “Alternate Designated Agency Ethics Official” for the NSC..
  • New York Times: Bolton wrote he was concerned Trump was granting favors to autocratic leaders

    01/27/2020 9:32:31 PM PST · by AAABEST · 92 replies
    Communist National Network ^ | January 28 2019 | Paul LeBlanc
    Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton claims to have privately told Attorney General William Barr last year that he was concerned the President was granting favors to the autocratic leaders of China and Turkey, The New York Times reported Monday, citing multiple people's descriptions of an unpublished draft manuscript by Bolton. Barr told Bolton in response that he worried Trump had created the appearance of undue influence over two Justice Department investigations of companies in China and Turkey, which are traditionally independent inquiries, the draft manuscript says, according to the Times.
  • Clinton Foundation Allegedly Demanded $500K Donation From Supermodel Petra Nemcova’s Charity

    06/29/2015 7:42:06 AM PDT · by safetysign · 13 replies
    Inquisitr ^ | 05/31/2015 | Staff
    According to the New York Times, Bill Clinton was willing to show up at the Petra Nemcova gala commemorating the 10th anniversary of the tsunami to accept an award only after the skids were greased with an invoiced $500,000 donation. Pictures at link:
  • John Bolton Denies ‘Coordination’ with New York Times After Book Details Leak

    01/27/2020 3:13:10 PM PST · by Hostage · 44 replies
    Breitbart ^ | January 27, 2020 | JOSHUA CAPLAN
    A spokesperson for former White House National Security Advisor John Bolton denied Monday that he or his publishers coordinated with the New York Times after the newspaper published claims in his upcoming book about President Donald Trump and Ukraine. “Ambassador John Bolton, Simon & Schuster, and Javelin Literary categorically state that there was absolutely no coordination with the New York Times or anyone else regarding the appearance of information about his book, THE ROOM WHERE IT HAPPENED, at online booksellers. Any assertion to the contrary is unfounded speculation,” Bolton aide Sarah Tinsley said in a statement. The denial comes after...
  • It’s a RINO Stampede in the U.S. Senate Now

    01/27/2020 3:27:44 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 33 replies
    DB Daily update ^ | January 27, 2020 | by David Blackmon
    Equally predictable have been the reactions by the three most likely RINO Usual Suspects, Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski. Romney, who has been actively looking for any pretense to side with his Democrat pals, jumped almost immediately, telling a CNN reporter early Monday morning this: “I can’t begin to tell you how John Bolton’s testimony would ultimately play on a final decision but it’s relevant and therefore I’d like to hear it.” Ok, yeah, sure, uh-huh. Romney, by the way, refused to say whether or not he would also support calling witnesses the Trump defense would like to...