Finally, a Theory on Russian Meddling That Actually Makes Sense

In a terrific piece of analysis this week, FrontPage Magazine’s Daniel Greenfield put together some of the pieces of the Russian interference puzzle in a new way that actually fits much better than the Trump/Putin conspiracy theories we’ve been hearing for the last year and a half. In a theory of the Russian case that you’re not likely to ever ...

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Slate Writer Admits Journalists Are Trying to “Fracture” Trump’s Base

In a startling and perhaps unintentional bit of candor, Slate political correspondent Jamelle Bouie admitted in an article on Wednesday that American journalists were trying desperately to find some issue or event that would finally turn Trump’s base of support against him. Bouie made the admission in the process of identifying the issue that might do the trick: the Trump ...

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Trump Warns America: The Media Wants War With Russia

Well, the idiot news media has apparently driven President Trump to his absolute breaking point, and we can’t say we don’t get it. They have been abominable since his inauguration (and, let’s face it, well before then) but they really went to another level this week. The moment his press conference with Vladimir Putin was over, the media pounced, declaring ...

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Democrats Try to Stop GOP From Grilling Social Media Companies On Liberal Bias

Republicans were all set to question representatives from Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube on Tuesday, but Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee tried everything they could to keep the hearing from moving forward. In a scene that was part-grandstanding and partially a quite serious attempt to denounce concerns over Silicon Valley bias as unimportant and fanciful, Democrats actually held a vote ...

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Uber Driver Kicks Passengers Out…for Being Republicans

Two conservatives found out this week that the left is taking their marching orders – to confront and deny service to any supporters of this administration – extremely seriously. According to Mary-Elizabeth Russell and Chris Godbey, two young Republican activists who were in North Carolina for a conference, their Uber driver stopped the car, dropped them off at a gas ...

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Using “Wrong” Gender Pronouns at University of Minnesota Could Get You Fired

According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, a new draft policy at the University of Minnesota proposes to punish employees who intentionally “misgender” students and faculty who prefer to identify as a woman or a man in contrast with their birth sex. In the latest episode of Has Everyone Lost Their Minds?, the university has decided that employees who can’t be ...

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Yale Leftists OUTRAGED Over School’s Proud Endorsement of Brett Kavanaugh

Shortly after President Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Yale Law School published a press release taking understandable pride in one of their graduates having made it to the top of his profession. The press release quoted extensively from Kavanaugh’s friends, professors, and colleagues, all of whom had nothing but glowing words for the man slated to take ...

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Bullying in Science? Try Starting With Climate Change

Now THIS is funny. The website Nature indulged themselves in a bit of unconscious irony this week when they published an editorial entitled, “No Place for Bullies in Science.” The editorial was directed against a German research institute, where allegations of sexual harassment have ROCKED the science world, apparently. “Picture the scene: You are an enthusiastic young scientist with, you ...

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Our NATO Allies Are Going to Wish They’d Listened to Trump Sooner

President Trump traveled to Brussels on Wednesday to meet with the leaders of NATO, and he brought with him demands he has been making since before he assumed the presidency. Namely, that the other members of the alliance begin increasing their defense spending to match promises they made in 2014. His unwillingness to give our allies any more leeway was ...

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