Comey, Clinton, Obama
Former Asst. FBI Director:
Clinton Crimes 20 Times Bigger than Watergate...
PJ Media, by Debra Heine

Former Assistant FBI Director James Kallstrom unloaded on James Comey, Robert Mueller, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama Thursday, charging that major crimes "20 times bigger than Watergate" are being swept under the rug while Attorney General Jeff Sessions "is in a coma." Appearing on Fox News´ Varney & Co., Kallstrom told the host that it "was obvious to anybody that knows anything" that former President Barack Obama was not going to let James Comey indict Clinton. continue

Mitch McConnell-Led Senate Works To Stall Middle-Class Tax Cuts To Spite Trump
DCWhispers, by Staff

When the House passed a preliminary tax reform bill earlier this month the Republican Senate leadership moved quickly to slow the process. The effort has been led (again) by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. The primary motivation for the delay isn’t coming from a desire for more time to further review the steps toward eventual tax reform passage but rather to muddy the waters and ultimately ensure it is as weak and ineffectual bill that will provide as little political momentum for President Trump. That is how deep the dislike for Mr. Trump goes among some of DC’s most powerfull political elite. continue
The Trump Collusion Case Is Not Getting the Clinton Emails Treatment
National Review Online, by Andrew C. McCarthy

In July 2016, the Obama administration announced its decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for felony mishandling of classified information and destruction of government files. In the aftermath, I observed that there is a very aggressive way that the Justice Department and the FBI go about their business when they are trying to make a case — one profoundly different from the way they went about the Clinton emails investigation. There, they tried not to make the case continue


Taxpayer piggy bank lets Congress settle sexual harassment cases in secret
Fox News, by Barnini Chakraborty

Equal treatment for lawmakers? Don’t count on it. A little-known law has been on the books for more than a decade that gives anyone accusing a federal lawmaker of sexual harassment the right to sue – but only if they consent to a lengthy drawn-out process that includes a written statement within 180 days of the incident, 30 days of counseling and another month or so of mediation. During that time, the claimant’s employer will be notified. The lawmaker’s identity, however, will remain confidential even if he or she is found guilty. continue
Why should we believe the Washington Post?...
Donsurber.com, by Don Surber

If Roy Moore committed statutory rape, then he does not belong in the Senate. But I doubt it is true because the story stems from the Washington Post. This publication lies -- repeatedly.Oh, I don´t have to go back 36 years ago when Bob Woodward´s protege Janet Cooke invented an 8-year-old heroin addict and won a Pulitzer. Let´s just look in the past year, shall we? continue

81-year-old homeowner fatally shoots armed robber
by Jennifer Cruz

A suspect was shot and killed when he tried to rob an 81-year-old man at gunpoint outside of the man’s home in Genoa, Arkansas, on Thursday afternoon. Buddy Cates told KSLA that he walked outside of his home around 1:30 p.m. and came face to face with the suspect, who authorities are still working to identify. Cates said the suspect was holding a “big pistol,” but Cates also had his hand in his pocket, gripping his own gun. “The battle was one,” Cates recalled, noting that, between the two, at least a dozen shots were fired. continue

FLASHBACK: John McCain: The Most Reprehensible of the Keating Five...

You're John McCain, a fallen hero who wanted to become president so desperately that you sold yourself to Charlie Keating, the wealthy con man who bears such an incredible resemblance to The Joker.

Obviously, Keating thought you could make it to the White House, too. He poured $112,000 into your political campaigns. He became your friend. He threw fund raisers in your honor.