Robert Mueller money laundering push could spark constitutional crisis

Any move by special counsel Robert Mueller to go beyond collusion and obstruction of justice to probe possible money laundering by President Trump and his family could trigger a major constitutional clash – and present Congress with a massive political headache. With nearly eight months gone by and some $7 million spent on Mr. Mueller’s Russia… Please follow and like us:

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Julian Assange: WikiLeaks’ fugitive anti-hero

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange becomes a citizen of Ecuador more than five years after moving into its London embassy Julian Assange: WikiLeaks’ fugitive anti-heroto escape arrest, over a rape investigation that he claims is linked to his whistle-blowing activities. The pale, lanky Australian, a former computer hacker is at the centre of a dispute that his supporters see as a… Please follow and like us:

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These liberals are angry corporations are giving out bonuses

Nancy Pelosi Last week, Speaker Paul Ryan said he believes the Republican tax bill would help workers. Today’s Savannah Guthrie asked Ryan, “Are you living in a fantasy world?” quoting tax plan critic, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Savannah Guthrie challenging Speaker Ryan on the #GOPTaxScamBill: “Are you living in a fantasy world?” Yes,… Please follow and like us:

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Roger Stone, former Trump adviser, claims Cabinet members are plotting to remove the president

Some members of President Trump’s own Cabinet have discussed plans to remove him from the White House, according to Roger Stone, Mr. Trump’s former presidential campaign adviser. Mr. Stone claimed during a recent interview aired on C-SPAN that he heard that some members of Mr. Trump’s administration have weighed whether they can invoke the 25th Amendment… Please follow and like us:

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Silicon Valley mystery: Why the ‘time is right’ for Eric Schmidt to leave as Alphabet chairman

If the first thing you asked was “what did he do” when you heard the news that Google fixture Eric Schmidt is stepping aside as Alphabet executive chairman, you have company. The Silicon Valley tech giant didn’t say why Schmidt is out. “Larry, Sergey, Sundar and I all believe that the time is right in Alphabet’s… Please follow and like us:

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Trump slams ‘vicious’ media after erroneous reports on WikiLeaks, Russia

Donald Trump on Saturday renewed his onslaught against major US news networks, accusing them of launching a “vicious” assault on his presidency as he seized on a reporting error by CNN. In an early-morning tweet, the US president said “Fake News CNN made a vicious and purposeful mistake yesterday. They were caught red handed, just like… Please follow and like us:

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Fake news ABC suspends Brian Ross… for reporting fake news

WASHINGTON, December 4, 2017 – Fake news is in the news again. Friday morning, ABC “reporter” Brian Ross breathlessly proclaimed that candidate Donald Trump had “illegally” directed Michael Flynn to “collude” with the Russian government. This fake news was disastrously wrong and misleading on at least two counts. But it was enough to cause a Friday… Please follow and like us:

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McCain Recommends Hillary ‘Shut Up’ And ‘Move On’

Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain called out former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for trying to rewrite the history of the 2016 election shortly after she lost, and recommended she “just shut up.” “You’ve got to understand that you can’t rewrite history,” McCain told Esquire magazine for a long profile released Monday. “One of the almost irresistible… Please follow and like us:

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US Justice Department mulls special prosecutor to probe Clinton Foundation

The US Justice Department has asked prosecutors to examine alleged misconduct at the Clinton Foundation and the controversial Obama-era sale of a uranium firm to Russia, according to a letter obtained by broadcaster NBC. The letter also raises the possibility of a special prosecutor being appointed to investigate the longstanding Republican grievances, which opposition Democrats have… Please follow and like us:

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Guilt and redemption in a hyper-divided America

It has become increasingly clear that the left’s ever-more-bizarre agenda for America – from passing laws prescribing imprisonment for those who fail to use the correct transgender pronoun (out of over 50 new genders!), to importing into the U.S. as many migrants as possible from impossible-to-vet, terrorist-hotbed regions of the world, to demonizing centuries of American… Please follow and like us:

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In new book, Donna Brazile assails Hillary Clinton campaign for taking ‘control’ of DNC

Donna Brazile has torn open an old, persistent wound within the Democratic Party. In her new book, the former interim Democratic National Committee chairwoman makes a bold — if not previously suspected — allegation: Before she took over the organization in the summer of 2016, leaders within the party showed considerable favoritism toward Hillary Clinton during… Please follow and like us:

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Trump’s Likely Fed Chair Could Be Good for Business

When it comes to the Federal Reserve, President Donald Trump has been all over the map. He’s alternately praised and attacked its leader, Janet Yellin. During the 2016 campaign, he labeled her a stooge of President Barack Obama who he said was keeping interest rates and the economy humming just to get Hillary Clinton elected. “The… Please follow and like us:

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Sebastian Gorka suggests Hillary Clinton should be tried for treason, executed over Uranium One deal

Hillary Clinton deserves being tried for treason and potentially executed, according to Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s former deputy assistant. Mr. Gorka made the comment during an interview Thursday evening with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity as the two discussed Mrs. Clinton’s role authorizing the sale of Canadian mining firm Uranium One to Russian state-owned nuclear company… Please follow and like us:

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Twitter Blocks Ads by Russia’s Sputnik, RT

The social media company Twitter on Thursday announced it would block any advertising on its platform from Russia-sponsored news outlets Sputnik and RT. The company, in a statement on its blog, said it took the step as part of its “ongoing commitment to help protect the integrity of the user experience on Twitter.” Twitter cited a… Please follow and like us:

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Clintons have long, dirty history with Russia

In 1993 Bill and Hillary Clinton selected Ron Brown to be their secretary of commerce not in spite of his history of corruption but because of it. Compromised as Brown was, especially after the president used his juice to clear him of a bribery charge involving Vietnam, Brown became the Clintons’ designated bagman for foreign cash.… Please follow and like us:

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