Category Archives: Media and Communications

House Voted 364-58 Against Pursuing Impeachment

Posted by Tina Texas Democratic Rep. Al Green brought an impeachment bill before the House today to disastrous result. Nancy Pelosi and Stenny Hoyer basically told their colleagues to stand down because there was too much the House had to … Continue reading

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Mueller Grand Jury Approves First Charges – CNN Creates Fake News in Fusion GPS Funding Story

Posted by Tina Who colluded with Russians to affect the election? Looks more and more like it was Hillary Clinton and the DNC! Well now…the Mueller grand jury has come to at least one conclusion. The first charges to come … Continue reading

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Quarterback in Hot Water – Accused of Being Sexist

Posted by Jack A female reporter was interviewing Cam Newton and her question involved a technical term about routes.  Trying to be humorous, Newton responded by saying, “It’s funny to hear a female talk about routes,” he then chuckled. Seeing … Continue reading

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Wake Up America – Context! Timeline! Truth! They Matter!!

Posted by Tina I’m a blogger. My game is discussing politics and current events. It’s not always easy to get the facts straight because I have to rely on media reporting. Thankfully there are some who investigate what’s being reported … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution & The Law, Education, Government Fraud and Corruption, Liberty, Media and Communications, Patriotism, Political Intrigue, politics, Protest and Agitation, Western Values | 6 Comments

Fake News from NPR

by Jack Lee Question,  should news networks like CNN, FOX, NPR and others be severely punished for deliberately feeding us false and misleading information? As you know they all have guest experts from time to time.  These experts offer up … Continue reading

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Why the BFD About Anthony?

by Tina Anthony Scaramucci says he made a mistake and it won’t happen again. Good for him. He says he trusted the media. This is a media that, one would think by the reaction, has never heard words like this … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights, Constitution & The Law, Education, Liberty, Media and Communications, Media and Social Media, Patriotism, politics | 16 Comments

Leaker You’re Fired!

by Jack President Trump has the support and admiration of tens of millions of American when he takes bold action to stop the White House leaks. Anthony Scaramucci, President Trump’s new communications director, announced moments ago he was given the … Continue reading

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“Truthbomb” Hits CNN

Posted by Tina Apparently the relentless James O’Keefe has done it again. This time he caught a CNN producer saying that the stories they do are made up. James Delingpole of Breitbart-Big Journalism reports: “Could be bullshit. I mean, it’s … Continue reading

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Wooopsy Lesson of the Day: Anti-Trump Poll Flops!

Posted by Tina CNN conducted an online poll to demonstrate wide-spread hatred for President Donald Trump: On Saturday, CNN openly sided with Cuba’s communist regime as it slammed Trump for rolling back former president Barack Obama’s steps to expand relations … Continue reading

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Election Montana: Republican Body-Slams Reporter

UPDATE (emphasis mine): BOZEMAN, Mont. — Republican businessman Greg Gianforte has won Montana’s sole House district in a special election Thursday, keeping a seat in Republican hands despite facing assault charges for allegedly attacking a reporter who’d asked him about … Continue reading

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