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March 8, 2018
WORLDNETDAILY — Despite alleged Russian hacking of the 2016 presidential election, no evidence has been produced showing Moscow's hackers -- or anyone else -- being able to remotely access and change votes on any of the 350,000 electronic voting machines used in the U.S.... (more)


March 8, 2018
NATIONAL REVIEW — The FBI recruited computer technicians at Best Buy to inform them about illegal content on personal devices customers brought in for repairs, new Bureau documents show. The informants were discovered after Best Buy's Geek Squad technicians at a Kentucky repair shop found thousands of child-pornography images on California doctor Mark Rettenmaier's computer. The documents from the ensuing court case showed that eight informants were cooperating with the FBI to turn over illegal content.... (more)


March 7, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — Attorney General Jeff Sessions opened a new front in the legal war over California's sanctuary city policies Tuesday, asking a federal court to halt three state laws that prohibit police and businesses from cooperating with federal agents. The lawsuit, filed in federal district court in Sacramento, says those laws not only trample on the federal government's powers to set national immigration policy, but endanger communities by freeing criminals back onto the streets.... (more)


March 7, 2018
R. EMMETT TYRRELL JR. — President Donald Trump has had a splendid first year in office. He has the economy moving again and at a healthy pace, 2.6 percent in the most recent quarter. Unemployment is down, the stock market is up and the economic signs are mostly healthy.... (more)


March 7, 2018
LARRY KUDLOW — One of the ironies of trade protectionism is that tariffs and import quotas are what we do to ourselves in times of peace and what foreign nations do to u‎s with blockades to keep imports from entering our country in times of war. Or consider that we impose sanctions on U.S. enemies such as North Korea, Russia and Iran because we want them to feel the economic pain of being deprived of imports. But now we are imposing sanctions on our own country by punishing with tariffs in order to make Americans more prosperous. If ever there were a crisis of logic, this is it.... (more)


March 6, 2018
FOX NEWS — CHRIS WALLACE, "FOX NEWS SUNDAY" HOST: I'm Chris Wallace. A wild week in Washington as President Trump splits with conservatives on two fronts. WALLACE: On trade. DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: It will be 25 percent steel. It will be 10 percent for aluminum. It will be for a long period of time.... (more)


March 6, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — Christopher Steele learned he was being paid by Democrats soon after beginning work on his unverified anti-Trump dossier, a timeline element that may contradict the FBI's warrant application to spy on Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page. The FBI's Oct. 21, 2016, application to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court judge said Mr. Steele didn't know who was paying him, thus giving him the aura of objectivity, but a House Republican intelligence memo shows that he was an acknowledged partisan.... (more)


March 6, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — The FBI's abuse of snooping laws during the 2016 presidential campaign was so egregious that it merits a special counsel to conduct a full accounting, two top House Republicans said in an official request Tuesday to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.... (more)


March 6, 2018
NATIONAL REVIEW — A nautical research expedition sponsored by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has discovered the remains of an American aircraft carrier sunk by the Japanese during World War II. The crew of Allen's personal research vessel, R/V Petrel, came upon the USS Lexington Sunday, two miles beneath the Coral Sea and roughly 500 miles off the eastern coast of Australia.... (more)


March 6, 2018
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Wes Studi, a Cherokee Indian actor who served for 12 months in the Vietnam War with the National Guard, introduced the tribute video to the military and service members in film during the 90th Annual Academy Awards. While he didn't take home any hardware, he won the night by trolling the Oscars audience over their lack of military experience.... (more)


March 6, 2018
ALAN KEYES — "I went from VERY successful businessman, to top TV star...to president of the United States (on my first try)," Mr. Trump said, referring to his "Apprentice" TV show and his real-estate empire. "I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius...and a very stable genius at that!" ("Trump...says he's a very 'stable genius'")... (more)


March 6, 2018
BRYAN FISCHER — For the left, it's all about the children. At least, that's what they want you to think. But my assessment is that they simply use children to shamelessly advance their regressive agenda. They try to bludgeon us into silence by accusing us of hating children if we disagree with them.... (more)


March 5, 2018
BLOOMBERG — The jokes were mostly on Donald Trump on Saturday as he spent the evening with a few hundred of his least favorite people -- the Washington press corps -- at its annual Gridiron Dinner. The president, though, as the guest of honor, got the last laugh, and even thanked the media.... (more)


March 5, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — The security clearance process has tied the Trump administration in knots -- and that is exactly what the bureaucrats running the White House personnel security office intended, said a lawyer who has been battling the office. The problem is a small group of career bureaucrats holed up in the Old Executive Office Building who turned security reviews into quicksand to ensnare President Trump's team, said Sean M. Bigley, a federal security clearance lawyer who represents several senior administration officials caught up in the process.... (more)


March 4, 2018
ROBERT KNIGHT — One of the most memorable lines in the 1991 Bill Murray comedy "What about Bob?" was spoken by child actor Charlie Korsmo. As his frustrated father, an insufferably egotistic shrink played by Richard Dreyfuss, fails to get the kid, Siggy, to dive off a lakeside dock, the boy lurches away, blurting out, "With all the horror in the world, what difference does it make?"... (more)


March 4, 2018
YAHOO NEWS — The Florida Senate rejected a proposal to ban assault weapons, and voted for a measure to arm some teachers, weeks after 17 people were killed in the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history. An amendment that would have banned assault weapons attached to a wider bill failed on Saturday in a largely party-line vote, in response to the Feb. 14 killing of 14 students and three faculty at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the Fort Lauderdale suburb of Parkland.... (more)


March 4, 2018
NEWSMAX — Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., who wrote the book claiming to have a "Conscience of a Conservative," has rejected GOP President Donald Trump and refused to run again for the Senate, but reportedly admitted he keeps in touch with liberal former President Barack Obama.... (more)


March 4, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — Two pieces of evidence that have come together prove anti-Trump dossier writer Christopher Steele was the key source for a Yahoo News story that the FBI cited to support its wiretap application. Identifying the source of that September 2016 article on Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page has taken on added importance in recent weeks.... (more)


March 4, 2018
SATIRE — Here's a spoof of Mitt Romney's unreleased video that captured his first thoughts when he decided to run for the Senate from Utah....... (more)


March 3, 2018
WORLDNETDAILY — The FBI's decision to use the unverified "dossier" about President Trump in a top-secret spy court that authorized surveillance on the Trump campaign may have been a crime, according to a letter obtained by Fox News.... (more)


March 3, 2018
WASHINGTON TIMES — One of the stories for which the New York Times won a coveted George Polk Award was a Russia-Trump report that was repudiated by former FBI Director James Comey. The Times won the award on Feb. 20 for 12 stories it submitted on Donald Trump and his associates ties to Russia, according to a list provided by Polk to The Washington Times.... (more)


March 3, 2018
NEWSMAX — Former CIA Director John Brennan on Friday had harsh words for President Donald Trump, calling the president "unstable, inept, inexperienced, and also unethical," The Hill reported.... (more)


March 3, 2018
BOB UNRUH — The far-left and terror-linked activists at the Southern Poverty Law Center have been handed a huge loss in their attempt to silence a state judge who dared to speak out in favor of traditional marriage. This week a federal court in Alabama issued a preliminary injunction allowing Alabama Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker to speak out on issues current under review in the state's court system.... (more)


March 3, 2018
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — YouTube has tapped the Southern Poverty Law Center to help it police objectionable content, the Daily Caller reported this week. What a disaster. YouTube couldn't have chosen a worse or less trustworthy partner.... (more)


March 3, 2018
BOB UNRUH — The Senate has confirmed Russell Vought, President Trump's nominee to be deputy director for the Office of Management and Budget. It's true there are hundreds of such nominees in any presidential administration.... (more)