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October 27, 2017
NEWSMAX — Former CIA Director James Woolsey said Friday he believes John F. Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald "may have not acted alone" -- and may have been a KGB agent. In an interview on Fox News' "The Daily Briefing," Woolsey weighed in on the politically explosive theory in the wake of the release of long-secret documents related to the 1963 assassination.... (more)


October 27, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — Nothing like a little trick-or-treating to thaw the media's scary relationship with President Trump. Mr. Trump invited children of the White House press corps to the Oval Office in their costumes to meet him and pose for pictures during the annual Halloween festivities at the White House Friday.... (more)


October 26, 2017
CLIFF KINCAID — In the Mel Gibson film "Edge of Darkness," a mysterious consultant to a group of conspirators says, in regard to covering their tracks for a series of murders, "Make it so convoluted that anyone can have a theory, but no one's got the facts." Many theories have been offered about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, but the truth is not hard to find. The communists killed Kennedy. And they have the ideological motivation to kill President Trump.... (more)


October 26, 2017
FOX NEWS — The White House released 2,800 classified files related to former President John F. Kennedy's assassination on Thursday, but said it would temporarily keep some "sensitive" records under wraps.... (more)


October 26, 2017
FOX NEWS — President Trump, in a wide-ranging sparring session with reporters Wednesday afternoon, blasted Hillary Clinton over new revelations her campaign helped fund a salacious anti-Trump dossier last year -- calling the project a "disgrace" and claiming the tables have turned on Democrats over the "Russia hoax."... (more)


October 26, 2017
NEW YORK POST — After more than a year of lying denials, Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee now stand exposed as the funders of that salacious dossier alleging years of collusion between the Kremlin and Donald Trump.... (more)


October 26, 2017
NEWSMAX — Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped pay for political research into Donald Trump that ultimately produced a dossier of allegations about his ties to Russia, The Associated Press has learned.... (more)


October 26, 2017
GREG COROMBOS — The revelation that Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee funded the ongoing production of the infamous anti-Trump dossier leads former federal prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy to assert there are even more critical questions that need answers now.... (more)


October 26, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign was accused of breaking election rules Wednesday as she and fellow Democrats faced fallout from the disclosure that her campaign and party operatives paid for research used in a salacious anti-Trump dossier.... (more)


October 26, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — The IRS admitted in court Wednesday that it wrongly targeted tea party and other conservative groups for intrusive scrutiny, placing specific blame on former senior executive Lois G. Lerner, and entered into a settlement designed to make sure that kind of political targeting never takes place again.... (more)


October 26, 2017
BOB UNRUH — A conservative columnist, author and talk-radio host whose columns appear on the pages of WND has filed a lawsuit against YouTube and its owner, Google, for imposing "a political gag mechanism" on his work. The announcement of the lawsuit on behalf of Dennis Prager was made by Liberty Counsel.... (more)


October 26, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — Police have arrested the brother of Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock on child pornography charges. Bruce Paddock, 59, was apprehended at an assisted living center in North Hollywood and taken to the Metropolitan Detention Center, a local Fox News affiliate reported Monday. He is being held on $60,000 bail. The LAPD said the investigation of Mr. Paddock began "after evidence was discovered inside a business located in the 9000 block of San Fernando Road in Sun Valley."... (more)


October 26, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — In rallying the nation against drug addiction Thursday, President Trump spoke in unusually personal terms about the death of his older brother Fred from alcoholism, and about the lesson it holds for him in the value of abstinence. To an audience at the White House, Mr. Trump recalled his older brother as a "great guy."... (more)


October 26, 2017
DAILY CALLER — Fox News host Tucker Carlson dropped a huge new detail on the days following the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history in Las Vegas Wednesday.... (more)


October 24, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — The acting chief of U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Tuesday that illegal immigration across the southwest border will be at a 45-year when final 2017 numbers are fully tallied, and he credited President Trump with the success.... (more)


October 24, 2017
BYRON YORK — Investigators looking into the so-called "Trump dossier" were not surprised when news broke Tuesday night that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC, working through the Democrats' law firm, Perkins Coie, financed the "salacious and unverified" compilation of allegations of Trump collusion with Russia in the 2016 presidential campaign.... (more)


October 24, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — A controversial 2010 deal that cleared the way for a Kremlin-backed company to gain control of a huge chunk of America's uranium supply is getting new scrutiny as a Capitol Hill inquiry gears up to probe the Obama administration's suspected silencing of an FBI informant who reportedly had information on high-level corruption by Russian nuclear officials who engineered the deal.... (more)


October 24, 2017
THE HILL — Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), an outspoken critic of President Trump, shocked his colleagues on Tuesday by announcing that he will not run for reelection. Flake went on to blast Trump and Republicans in a Senate speech, accusing his party of abandoning "core principles" in favor of "anger and resentment."... (more)


October 24, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — Robert Epstein tried a simple experiment in the run-up to the presidential election: running searches on Google and Yahoo for political topics. The results were stunning. Google searches returned twice as many pro-Hillary Clinton news articles as Yahoo searches.... (more)


October 24, 2017
ALAN KEYES — U.S. District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan recently "ordered the government to allow an illegal immigrant minor in its custody to abort her preborn child 'promptly and without delay.'" But the premise of the U.S. Constitution, set forth in the Declaration of Independence, is that all human beings are endowed by their Creator with the certain unalienable rights, including first of all the right to life.... (more)


October 24, 2017
WES VERNON — His name (for the moment) is CS-1 – presumably "Confidential Source-One." That's the undercover name accorded him for the time being by the FBI and others in government. That designation was handed to a Washington lobbyist who had been offered a role in the super-secret counterspy effort to push back against a deal originated in 2009 by Russians eagerly seeking to purchase about 20 percent of America's stock of its vital war making-capable uranium to Russia. (See this column's recent "not just unfit; actually dangerous" Part 3).... (more)


October 23, 2017
WASHINGTON TIMES — The federal government posted a $666 billion deficit in the just-completed fiscal year 2017, the Treasury Department announced Friday, marking another year of deteriorating finances as the government slinks back toward the trillion-dollar mark.... (more)


October 23, 2017
ROBERT KNIGHT — Under the Trump administration, the federal government no longer wants to be complicit in abortions performed on under-age teens who enter the country illegally. To the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), refusing to facilitate the killing of these unborn children is "unprecedented, it's unconstitutional, and it's also unconscionable," according to Brigitte Amiri, a senior ACLU staff lawyer.... (more)


October 23, 2017
BOB UNRUH — Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has completed the reversal of state legislation that barred men from women's public restrooms and showers. The move is drawing a warning from one of the state's most prominent personalities: Franklin Graham.... (more)


October 23, 2017
BYRON YORK — Have you noticed? In recent public comments, the lawmakers investigating the Trump-Russia affair, along with some of the commentators who dissect its every development, seem to be focusing more on the facts of Russia's attempts to interfere with the 2016 election and less on allegations that Donald Trump or his associates colluded with those efforts.... (more)