Get news like this in your Facebook News FeedOn Sunday, The Federalist‘s senior editor Mollie Hemingway reminded mainstream media reporters, claiming that FBI Deputy Andrew McCabe’s firing was vindictive, that he was under investigation before Donald Trump became President.
One last dance with HillaryHow Hillary Clinton still misses the pointTwitter, truthiness and titillationGina Haspel, President Trump’s next pick to lead the Central Intelligence Agency, did not oversee the waterboarding of Abu Zubaydah at a “black site” prison in Thailand, Pro Publica reported Thursday, retracting a 2017 story that had made the claim.
When it was reported earlier in the week that President Trump was going to nominate career CIA officer Gina Haspel to become the agency's director after it was announced that current director Mike Pompeo was heading to the State Department, many on the left and right seized on Haspel's alleged ro...
Mar 13, 2018RUSH: The Democrats have a golden opportunity. Pencil Neck has a golden opportunity. The House Intelligence Committee… The Republicans run the committee; Devin Nunes is the chairman. They announce as a committee — with the Democrats dissenting, but they announce — that the committee is closing its investigation of the Trump-Russia collusion story because after 73 witnesses and 300,000 hours, pages, whatever the hell else, they haven’t got a shred of evidence.
Get news like this in your Facebook News Feed— It’s not like Democrats do this in every election!Pennsylvania “steelworker” Danny Cregut went on FOX News on Saturday to say he publicly supports Democrat Conor Lamb in the Congressional race next week.
It is the burden of Jane Mayer’s 15,000-word New Yorker profile of Christopher Steele to keep hope alive in the veracity of his dossier. To do so, Mayer whips up the ardor of a smitten teenager in the flush of first love. One can almost feel Mayer’s hormones raging. Given the comic book portrait of Steele as the mighty would-be savior of the republic, the thing should have been titled “Man of Steele.”
Half the country hates Donald Trump, and even the half that thinks he’s doing a good job often flinch from his boorishness, his nasty public attacks, sometimes even on his own aides. For all the top talent he says he’s surrounded himself with, the president repeatedly attracts among the worst th...