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Marco Rubio

More Bad News for Rubio

Reading Time: < 1 minute Marco Rubio’s plan to unite the GOP establishment behind him in a bid to snatch the Republican nomination from Donald Trump has suffered another setback: Eight members of Jeb Bush’s national finance committee joined the campaign of rival Ted Cruz. Rubio was Bush’s protégé in Florida and, despite an acrimonious fight between the two during Read More

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Today’s Trump Reality Show

Reading Time: < 1 minute RANT Make no mistake about it: the GOP primary race is a scripted reality show. Today the loser from last season, Mitt Romney, picked a fight with the bully from this season, Donald Trump. Omarosa, of Apprentice fame, was on to respond to Romney’s statements, defending her old boss, Trump. When the debate ratings soar Read More

Boston Marathon Bombing 2013

The Curious Timing of the Boston Bombing Documents Release

Reading Time: < 1 minute Journalists refer to a “news dump” when information is revealed at a time that makes it unlikely that much coverage will be devoted to it. That is why administrations often release potentially damaging information on Friday afternoons, for example. And that makes the timing of the latest information dump in the Boston Marathon bombing case Read More

Beth Clarkson, Kris Kobach

Kansas Election Verification Foe Labels ACLU “Communists”

Reading Time: < 1 minute WhoWhatWhy readers will recognize the Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach as the antagonist in election activist Beth Clarkson’s fight for voting transparency.But Kobach isn’t just opposed to verifying election results. He is also no fan of commies and has a pretty broad definition of who is included in that group.In a speech to reporters Read More

DC Madam, Little Black Book

Will D.C. Madam’s Infamous “Little Black Book” Emerge?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Yes, Madam. Call us crazy, but we do think it’s a little strange when a person ends up dead exactly the way they said would never happen. Especially if that person was in possession of documents that could topple the careers of hundreds of powerful people. “D.C. Madam” Deborah Jeane Palfrey said she would never Read More

Sirhan Sirhan

Why New Ban on Televising Sirhan Parole Hearing?

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Shane O’Sullivan As I noted at the end of yesterday’s piece, media interviews with inmates are banned in California, so the only time the public gets to see Sirhan Sirhan is in televised coverage of his parole hearings. A few weeks ago, I was shocked to discover that, for the first time ever, no Read More

Donald Trump, documentary

The Story Behind the Suppressed Trump Documentary

Reading Time: 2 minutes For two weeks prior to the Iowa caucus, we ran a documentary on Donald Trump. When it was first supposed to be aired, however, Trump himself quickly shut down the possibilities for the film to run with threats to sue. “He screamed, and yelled and threatened to sue us,” said Libby Handros, the producer of Read More

Experian Operation Headquarters

Firm Loses Your Financial Data, So Wants Your Financial Data

Reading Time: < 1 minute Experian, one of the major credit bureaus, “discovered that an unauthorized party accessed certain Experian servers….Information you provided when you applied for an account at T-Mobile likely was acquired. That information includes your name, address, social security number, date of birth, identification number (such as driver’s license, military ID, or passport number) and additional information Read More