Monthly Archives: May 2017

Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, will resign at the end of June

    by Kellan Howell    CIRCA.COM   Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), chairman of the powerful House Oversight Committee, announced Thursday that he will resign from Congress before the end of his term. In a letter to his constituents, Chaffetz said he will leave on June 30. “After careful consideration and long discussion with my […]

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  Pat Buchanan hammers N.Y. Times, WaPo for revealing intel secrets     By:  Patrick Buchanan Who is the real threat to the national security? Is it President Trump who shared with Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov the intelligence that ISIS was developing laptop bombs to put aboard airliners? Or is it the Washington Post that […]

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South Carolina U.S. Rep.Trey Gowdy seen with advantage to get key committee head post

By Emma Dumain    THE POST AND COURIER   WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy has the inside track to become the next chairman of the House Oversight Committee, succeeding Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, who is retiring next month, according to a news report Thursday. Gowdy, who gained national attention for leading the investigation into […]

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Political Cartoons: Michael Ramirez…… “Speaking of Obstruction of Justice”

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Anonymous Nation: America’s Papers of Record Have Turned into Tabloids

By: Joe Simonson According to the Washington Post‘s Glenn Kessler, an exultant cheer went up in his newsroom on Monday when web traffic for the Post’s latest anti-Trump salvo surpassed that of its last big hit, the Access Hollywood tape. “Blood lust” was how the Drudge Report described the scene. And appropriately, this new story […]

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Report: Trump Considering at Least Four People for FBI Director, Including Trey Gowdy

        By: David Rutz        The Washington Free Beacon President Trump is considering at least four people with law enforcement experience to replace James Comey as FBI director, according to a new Bloomberg report. Among those being considered is House Benghazi Committee chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy (R., S.C.), a former […]

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Comey Fired — Now Indict Hillary

  By Daniel John Sobieski Former FBI Director Comey and acting attorney general Yates were fired for essentially the same reason, namely, usurping authority they did not have. Comey assumed the judgment, authority, and prerogatives of the attorney general to address Hillary Clinton’s crimes last July, only to exonerate her. Even if he had recommended […]

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Albatrosses Around Her Neck

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Comey’s Deserved Dismissal

[Editor’s Commentary: The most politically motivated FBI Director in recent history is now history. His brief tenure at the FBI has demonstrated that his main function at the DOJ was to keep Obama and Hillary from being prosecuted for their utterly shameful handling of the Benghazi tragedy, that left 4 Americans dead and for their […]

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Trump goes to Riyadh

  By: Bruce Riedel       Al-Monitor President Donald Trump’s decision to make Saudi Arabia his first foreign stop on his first trip abroad reflects the importance his administration has given to courting the Saudis. There are useful lessons to be learned from previous presidents’ trips to the kingdom about how to successfully court […]

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