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CNN Accuses President Trump Bullying As They Doxx Private Individuals

‘The escalating war of words between CNN and President Donald Trump only continues to get worse. President Trump believes he is taking a stand against fake news, a label he has given to the network and other mainstream media sources. CNN, on the other hand, views itself as a frontline defender of the free press and democracy. The claim among many against the President is that his attacks are a threat to the First Amendment.

President Trump attacked a recent news story claiming he watches 4-8 hours of television per day. The story was picked up by a number of news sources, including CNN. In response, the President said it was false and that he doesn’t watch CNN or MSNBC. After that, he took a personal shot at anchor Don Lemon, who he called the “dumbest man on television.”

CNN naturally responded in defense of Lemon, as any employer should. The problem is the network continues to stand behind false and questionable reporting. The network also released a statement accusing the President of being a bully, comparing him to child bullies who torment other kids on the playground. It’s understandable that one would view this sort of language as bullying, but the problem here is CNN’s hypocrisy.

CNN is also the home of Andrew Kaczynski’s “Kfile.” The Kfile was involved with a threat to doxx a private citizen if that individual didn’t abide by the network’s demands. The incident involved an animation that President Trump tweeted, which showed a wrestling video of him taking down CNN. Despite the animation being obvious satire, Kfile tracked down the Reddit user allegedly responsible for making the gif.
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Elizabeth Warren Suggests Kristen Gillibrand Had Sex For Campaign Contributions In Tweet

This morning, President Donald Trump focused the power of his twitter on yet another Swamp creature: New York Senator Kristen Gillibrand. Trump proclaimed that the “disloyal” and “lightweight” Gillibrand “would do anything” for campaign contributions. The obvious implication here being that she would perform Harvey Weinstein-esque acts for the cash. Interestingly, the suggestion that Gillibrand … Keep Reading

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MSNBC Rehires Sam Seder, Lets His Joke About Child Rape Slide

Sexual misconduct has become a big issue in American society and rightfully so. There is no excuse for violating anyone’s personal space, forcing them to do things against their will, and otherwise showing a blatant disrespect for their personal being. What began with allegations against prominent Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has turned into an avalanche … Keep Reading

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Justice Department To Probe Planned Parenthood

The Justice Department has informed the Senate Judiciary Committee that it will be probing Planned Parenthood in a letter requesting unredacted documents. The Senate Judiciary Committee had previously probed the controversial abortion organization over allegations that it profited off of the transfer of aborted babies’ body and tissue to research organizations. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) … Keep Reading

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Governor Paul LePage Calls Senate Candidacy Reports “Fake News”

Rumors have continued to swirl that Maine Governor Paul LePage is considering a candidacy for United States Senate, even after he declared earlier this year he had no intention to do so. Even his wife, Ann, has been swept up in the rumors. Steve Bannon had reportedly sought to recruit Ann LePage to run, something … Keep Reading

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CNN Accuses President Trump Bullying As They Doxx Private Individuals

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‘The escalating war of words between CNN and President Donald Trump only continues to get worse. President Trump believes he is taking a stand against fake news, a label he has given to the network and other mainstream media sources. CNN, on the other hand, views itself as a frontline defender of the free press and democracy. The claim among many against the President is that his attacks are a threat to the First Amendment. President Trump attacked a recent news story claiming he watches 4-8 hours of television per day. The story was picked up by a number of…

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Christie V. NCAA: The Modern Fight For The Tenth Amendment

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In modern America, the Bill of Rights is treated as a suggestion booklet. The Second Amendment states that the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed, through it is often limited and watered down by excessive regulation. The Fourth Amendment protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures, though the federal government regularly violates people’s privacy in the digital age. These are just some of the many numerous examples. And then there’s the Tenth Amendment. The Tenth Amendment has a fairly straight-forward premise. Whatever is not specifically authorized for the federal government or prohibited for the states is…

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Mainstream Media Still Doesn’t Understand Why Fake News Label Exists

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The arrogance of the mainstream media is perhaps at its highest. While free press is a necessary element to a free society, the idea is fading. The fading of the free press isn’t because of President Donald Trump ripping fake news outlets or his supporters trolling networks like CNN. It’s fading because the networks being targeted continue to get stories wrong and assume that it does nothing to their integrity. As major providers of the news, mainstream media sources have an enormous responsibility. This responsibility to the American people doesn’t include flashy headlines, clickbait new stories, or misreported facts. The…

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Democrats Still Not Ready To Let Go Of Superdelegates Under New Leadership

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For liberals and progressives, 2016 will be remembered as the year that they lost to Donald Trump. The businessman-turned-politician was never supposed to win. His crude remarks, his blunt style, and blatant violation of political norms offended Democrats across America. Despite all of these things, they still lost. Though many were united in opposition to then-candidate Trump, they were not united behind a candidate. Although former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was overwhelmingly selected to be the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee, the selection process itself was hardly fair. Despite support of the nominee by Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), his supporters…

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The Strange Resignation Of Senator Al Franken

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Allegations of sexual misconduct are piling up inside and outside of Washington D.C. Powerful men in society from the mainstream media to Capitol Hill are being taken down by claims that they acted inappropriately. In numerous instances, the targeted figures admit wrongdoing, beg for forgiveness, and disappear into private life. Prominent examples include fallen media titans Charlie Rose and Matt Lauer, both of which admitted to the allegations to some degree before resigning. Senator Al Franken (D-MN) gave a resignation speech, but his was far different. For weeks now, the allegations were piling up. It started with Leeann Tweeden alleging…

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Obama Shamefully Invokes Godwin’s Law While Whining About Democracy

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Changes to the presidency in recent memory have often meant a shift in ideology. Former President Bill Clinton was a liberal Democrat, but George W. Bush was a neoconservative. The most recent member of the ex-presidents’ club, Barack Obama, began as a progressive Democrat before finding his way to the establishment. While initially staying quiet, he has recently become more vocal in criticizing his successor. Like many Democrats, Obama seems to believe we’re living in the apocalypse. While President Donald Trump is no limited government politician, he is far from the satanist dictator his opponents make him sound like. Are…

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CNN’s Desperate Damage Control Effort Backfires Spectacularly

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CNN and the right have long been at odds. While MSNBC has always been considered more overtly liberal, CNN has carried the nickname “Clinton News Network” for some time. It carries that nickname for good reason. The battle became personal when Donald Trump entered the political arena and went to war with the network. Ever since, CNN and the President have been swiping at each other. Mainstream media networks, publications, anchors and journalists all like to claim that they’re under attack. When President Trump labels them as fake news, he’s apparently wanting to shut down the free press. This isn’t…

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President Trump Catches The Washington Post Lying About Crowd Size

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Much blame is placed on President Donald Trump for his ongoing feud with the mainstream media. Every time he calls them out, it’s taken as an attack on the free press. But is using your constitutional freedom of speech really opposing the free press? Can the First Amendment actually be used to stop the First Amendment? This is the issue with the constant hyperbole from left-wing agitators. The mainstream media has been caught with false information numerous times in just the past year alone, which has led President Trump and allies to label bad publications and networks as fake news.…

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Liberal Comedian Sarah Silverman Is Fine With Rape Jokes Because Of Partisanship

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The incident involving liberal commentator Sam Seder at MSNBC was bizarre. After a tweet surfaced where he made a rape joke about his daughter, he was let go by the network. The tweet was made about Roman Polanski, stating he didn’t care about him, “but I hope if my daughter is ever raped it is by an older truly talented man w/a great sense of mise en scene.” Reprehensible language that any respectable organization should disavow. The problem is that Seder’s fan-base of celebrity and internet liberals came to his rescue, defending him despite joking about raping his daughter. One…

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Al Franken Predicted His Own Political Sex Scandal Twenty Years Ago

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The saga surrounding Senator Al Franken has been interesting, to say the least. In just a matter of weeks, he’s gone from being a speculative contender for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 to a disgraced politician forced out of office. Numerous individuals have come forward alleging different episodes of sexual misconduct, some during his prior career as a comedian and some after his change to a politician. He’s claimed he either cannot recall these incidents or just flat out denies them, but still resigned from the U.S. Senate anyway. His comedy career has presented an unusual issue for people…

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Former Clinton Aide Slams Senator Gillibrand For Taking Stand Against Sexual Assault

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The political world has been shaken and turned upside down by the wave of sexual misconduct allegations facing both parties. From Representatives John Conyers and Trent Franks to Senator Al Franken, both political parties have been faced with enormous scandals. The proper course of action at this point would be to address the issue directly and ensure it doesn’t continue. Investigations need to occur and where misconduct is found, resignation or removal needs to happen. This is a point some are getting in both parties, while others are failing. For Democrats, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi struggled in the beginning…

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Why Do Modern Political Parties Fear Using Impeachment?

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Impeachment is a powerful tool within the Constitution. The Constitution features a series of checks and balances to keep the branches in order, but impeachment allows for the direct removal of officials from government. So why isn’t it used? With the exception of former President Bill Clinton, there has been no use of the process in recent memory. Does this mean all modern Presidents of the United States have acted with the utmost integrity? Hardly. Former President George W. Bush was widely despised by Democrats. Liberals and progressives were regularly protesting a man they saw as a hardcore warmonger. The…

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The US Constitution Was Never Necessary For Military Defense

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Before the US Constitution of 1787 was ratified, its proponents had claimed a centralized and powerful American state was necessary for the purposes of military defense. But, as the Anti-Federalists of the time pointed out, the older constitution (known as the Articles of Confederation) had already been sufficient enough to allow the colonies to defeat what was the most powerful state on earth — the British Empire. By the time the Federalists were advocating for a new, stronger, more costly constitution, the US was, as Richard Henry Lee put it, “in no immediate danger of any commotions; we are in a state of perfect peace, and…

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Two Portraits From The American Civil War

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Here are the portraits of famous figures from the Civil War: The first is a Democrat. Politically, he was the polar opposite of Abraham Lincoln and the new Republican Party. He was ardently pro-slavery. He supported the Lecompton Constitution that sought to make Kansas a slave state, and favored the Dred Scott decision that threw out the Missouri Compromise and opened even Northern territories to slavery. In 1860, this person attended the Democratic Convention. Before the party split and produced two rival nominees for president, he supported Jefferson Davis. After the split between the Northern and Southern democrats, he supported the Southern candidate,…

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It’s Not About Baking The Cake, It’s About Property Rights

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A big headliner in the news lately is the Supreme Court Case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. This case originated when Christian bakers refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding. Since then, leftists have seized the opportunity to label the bakers as “homophobes” or “discriminating” in their actions to deny the gay couple their wedding cake. They argue that the couple were victims of discrimination that is being masked as religious freedom. Alternatively, the opposing side argues that the bakers’ denial of their service is a free speech right and that they are acting in conviction of…

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Yes, We Can Have The 20 Percent Corporate Tax Rate — Next Month!

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Former Lieutenant Governor Betsy McCaughey (R – New York) has discovered the formula for delivering a 20 percent corporate-tax rate in 2018 — as the U.S. House wishes — not 2019, as the Senate voted, thus flirting with GOP political suicide. McCaughey, a senior fellow with the London Center for Policy Research (as am I), offered a delightfully simple plan in Wednesday’s New York Post: “This beautiful committee,” as President Trump dubbed the House-Senate conference, should accept the House’s January 1, 2018 date for the corporate tax to plunge from today’s 35 percent rate to a new, paradigm-shifting 20 percent. And how would conferees “pay for” such history-making tax relief for American…

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NRA-Republican Backed Bill Makes It Easier For Feds To Disarm Citizens

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On Wednesday, the Republican controlled house voted to further federalize gun laws in this country. While Ryan McMaken has noted the danger in further centralizing gun legislation, there is another deeply troubling aspect to this bill: it expands the ability of the Federal government to restrict Americans’ right to bear arms. During the legislative process, the NRA supported merging the bill aimed at nationalizing concealed carry permits with another piece of legislation aimed at “fixing” the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS.) Obviously this legislation was inspired by the failure of the US Air Force to report the criminal record of Devin…

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Flynn’s Sin Was Lying To Liars, Not Colluding With Russians

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Retired US Army Lieutenant General Michael Flynn’s sin was lying to liars, not colluding with Russians. When he spoke to Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, following Donald Trump’s 2016 election, former National Security Advisor Flynn was discharging a perfectly legal and patriotic duty to the electorate. In a fit of pique, then-President Barack Obama had expelled Russian diplomats from the United States. K. T. McFarland, Flynn’s deputy in the Trump transition team, worried that Obama’s expulsion of the diplomats was aimed at “boxing Trump in diplomatically,” making it impossible for the president to “improve relations with Russia,” a promise he ran…

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How Impeachment Will Backfire On Democrats

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Most Democrats describe President Donald Trump with a great deal of hyperbole. We’ve apparently never seen a President like this before, and his unstable behavior is cause for panic. Many want to deal with him by removal, and there is a growing number of lawmakers embracing his impeachment. But even with this plan ongoing, Democratic leaders oppose impeaching the President and believe all ongoing investigations should conclude. With all of this said, there still are some Democratic lawmakers who have gone rogue and will continue to do so because their hatred of Trump. Congressman Al Green (D-TX) moved to force…

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Venezuelan Collapse Is Golden Opportunity To Showcase American Superiority

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Venezuela is not a country with a government, it is a hostage situation. The Maduro regime in Caracas has declared its ransom demands. They are actively robbing their captives, and make no mistake, they are executing many of those captives on a daily basis. Among its top ransom demands, the government in Caracas wants to restructure its enormous and dynamic debt burden. Their state-owned oil apparatus, PDVSA, was once a lucrative slush-fund/money-laundering operation for Maduro and the Cuban proxies in the upper echelons of power in Venezuelan politics. Now, PDVSA is financially underwater and struggling to make good on its…

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Meet The Uber-Rich Progressive Behind The Impeachment Commercials

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The citizens of this country have been inundated by commercials speaking of reasons for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. It appears that the socialists will stop at nothing to throw the duly elected President to the side in order to further their illicit agenda. The corruption and unconstitutional maneuvers of the Obama administration are slowly being pushed back to the benefit of the American people. One of the largest promoters of this attempt to impeach our President is Tom Steyer, a billionaire environmentalist whose own political ambitions include a possible run for the U.S. Senate in California. Speaking to…

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Why Tax Breaks Won’t Stop High-Tech, H-1B Human Trafficking

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The question “If the tax reform bill goes through, do you plan to increase your company’s capital investment?” was posed to a sizable group of corporate chieftains at The Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council, in the presence of White House economic adviser Gary Cohn. A pitiful show of hands failed to wipe the smirk off Mr. Cohn’s face. But at least the knaves were candid. Tax cuts for American big businesses are unlikely to move corporations to deploy that capital to raise the wages of the little guy, the worker. The repatriation deal planned for fat-cat multinationals is particularly sweet. But…

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Contemporary Feminism: A Self-Contradiction

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The entire Harvey Weinstein/Hollywood sex scandal is but the most recent glimpse into the Feminist Brain. And it is not pretty. To explore the Feminist Mind is the equivalent of being inside of Space Mountain while blindfolded, for it is a place racked with all of the turmoil—all of the madness—that one would expect to find in an oasis of irrationality. To put it succinctly, the Feminist Mind is ridden with incoherence. The Feminist’s insistence that women are entitled to treatment equal to that to which men are entitled rests upon the belief that women are every bit as strong…

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Why James Madison Hated Democracy

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Why was James Madison so critical of democracies? Moreover, why was he so concerned about them when, according to the definition he provided, “democracies” basically don’t exist anywhere, either in his time or in our own. Today, many conservatives like to claim that “the Founding Fathers” opposed democracy and supported less majoritarian republics. However, as is nearly always the case whenever “the Founding Fathers” are involved, a more accurate statement would be “some Founding Fathers” condemned democracy. Indeed, many of the Founding Fathers — especially among the Anti-Federalists, openly described themselves as being in favor of “democracy” and “the democratical…

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Instead Of Repealing Obamacare, Republicans Will Now Fund It

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It’s been a difficult year for Republicans. After last year’s stunning upset, the Grand Old Party had secured both chambers of Congress and the White House. Democrats reacted angrily out of fear that all of their major legislative trends would be undone. First and foremost, the target was going to be the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. Enter 2017, Republicans struggled with the one legislative goal they all agreed on. Politics met reality and suddenly everyone was shocked with the reality. Many did not want to actually repeal the law as they pledged, because it…

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