PJ Media previously reported on the story of a 17-year-old high school student from Farmington, Conn., who was originally blocked from participating in a school assembly on March 14 where she had planned to present her conservative and pro-Second Amendment views. Thanks to the attention her story...
Ron Klain is a longtime Democratic operative. Among other important posts, he served as chief of staff to two vice presidents, Al Gore and Joe Biden. Klain is a personable guy. He was liked and respected by conservatives I know who dealt with him during the Clinton years.
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Photo, above: Gov. Cuomo lies down in Zuccotti Park as he participates in a die-in demonstration Wednesday with students fighting for gun control measures following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre. (KEVIN P. COUGHLIN//OFFICE OF GOVERNOR ANDREW M. CUOMO)
It is easy to get lost in the weeds if you don't follow the details closely; however, last night James Clapper appeared on CNN to defend himself against mounting evidence he leaked, and falsified the content of a presidential briefing of an Intelligence Discussion -including the "Steele Dossier"- to CNN January 9th or 10th 2017.…
The media, the Democrats, and a few NeverTrumps are in a tizzy these past few days because President Trump dared to call NBC's Chuck Todd "a sleeping son of a b‑‑‑‑" and The New York Times' Maggie Haberman a "Hillary flunky."Said NeverTrump Erick Erickson, "The fact is @MaggieNYTand @chucktoddhave better character, better morals, and are more honest than the President who is attacking them."
Omri Ceren’s tweet below is at the same time a valuable piece of media criticism and history. The letter to Khameni cited by Omri is described well in the Wall Street Journal story by Jay Solomon and Carol Lee. We are living in strange, strange times, and the press is a virtually insuperable obstacle to understanding them. Omri’s tweet is a valuable reminder on that score as well.
Screeching MSNBC hostess Rachel Maddow was livid after word emerged last week that President Trump will meet one on one in May with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in an effort to get the rogue nation to drop its nuclear weapons program.