The Associated Press issued a “clarification” on Friday regarding articles it published on multiple days, from April through the end of June. Those articles claimed 17 U.S. intelligence agencies agreed that Russia not only tried to influence the 2016 presidential election but did so to benefit President Donald Trump over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
The New York Times has finally admitted that one of the favorite Russia-gate canards – that all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies concurred on the assessment of Russian hacking of Democratic emails – is false.
I can confirm that a meeting between Andrew Liveris and Scott Pruitt never happened. The two were attending the same conference where an introductory meet-and-greet was scheduled with no topics specified. However that meeting never happened due to schedule conflicts. The two have never had a meeting and have never discussed any Dow products.
One section of the special, titled, “The Russian Connection: Inside the Attack on Democracy,” reported on questions raised in the 35-page, largely discredited dossier on President Donald Trump.
RADDATZ: That’s beating up on the media? You’re in charge of homeland security there. That seems like a threat.
Liberal hacks at CNN were outraged Sunday after President Trump tweeted out a video of himself body-slamming and beating CNN outside a wrestling ring.
New York actors stabbed the president to death every night in Central Park for weeks.
But CNN and the rest of the liberal media and its supporters were anything but amused by the tweet, unleashing a string of their own Twitter attacks against Trump, saying it encouraged hate toward journalists and could even lead to someone’s death.
The Holy Father Francis follows with affection and emotion the story of the little Charlie Gard and expresses his closeness to his parents. To please them, hoping that you do not neglect their desire to accompany and care until the end of their child.
If we can help little #CharlieGard, as per our friends in the U.K. and the Pope, we would be delighted to do so.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 3, 2017
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has issued an executive order removing questions about criminal history from initial employment applications to the state’s executive branch.
Indiana lawmakers have ensured that employers in the state can ask job applicants about their criminal histories when they fill out applications.
Something strange has been happening to taxes in Republican-dominated states: They are going up.
The cost of owning a car or truck in Michigan is going up by $10.
Michigan’s secretary of state says she will comply with some requests for voter information from President Donald Trump’s voting commission, but personal data won’t be released.
The famous auctioneer scene that takes place on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in Disneyland and Disney World is set to be overhauled, according to a press release from the Disney Parks blog.
The Washington Post, owned by Amazon tycoon Jeff Bezos, produced and published a video last week that features the ‘Washington Post Kids Chorus’ mockingly singing quotes from posts to Twitter by President Donald Trump. The video shows a dozen or fewer young children wearing blue choral gowns singing, banging drums and waving American flags in a classroom setting. The video is labeled, “The Washington Post’s Kids Chorus Singing President Trump’s Tweets”. After having the children mock Trump, the Post has their Kids Chorus sing the Post’s new motto, “Democracy Dies in Darkness”, to close out the video.
The NRA is under fire like never before; targeted by leftists in political office and the establishment media alike. Yet instead of cowering, the civil rights organization is making clear they have no intention of changing course or apologizing for “telling the truth.”