The Narrative Changes: Republicans "Pour Cold Water" On Trump's Massive Stimulus, Will Block Tax Cuts
FBI Disputes CIA's "Fuzzy And Ambiguous" Claims That Russia Sought To Influence Presidential Election
The Washington Post continues to double-down on its Red-baiting hysteria, reporting over the weekend as follows:
Something very concerning is going in America. The various rogue alphabet soup intelligence agencies have made common cause with theMainstream Media (MSM) like never before.
OBAMA JUST ORDERED THE CIA TO STAB TRUMP IN THE BACK AND FLIP THE ELECTION
The MSM news reports have been replete with instances of fake news and false alerts directed at President-elect Donald J. Trump, as well as at the alternative news media (Alt Media).
Big Food is at it again, fooling us with false advertisements to make us buy food we don’t want to consume. Most of today’s consumers are increasingly health conscious and want to avoid products that contain health-damaging ingredients. High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is one of the substances that has made a bad name for itself.
This questionable sweetener – which is much cheaper than regular sugar, and extends the shelf life of processed products – has been linked to many health problems such as heart disease, obesity, dementia, diabetes, cancer and liver failure. For this reason, many consumers have begun to check food labels and steer away from foods containing HFCS.
But manufacturers have come up with a sneaky way to fool their customers so that they don’t have to change their money-making ways. Instead of removing this cheap, harmful ingredient, they have just changed its name on packaging to conceal it within their products.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said that he is “optimistic” that all of President-elect Donald Trump’s nominees will be confirmed by the Senate during a Monday morning press conference on Capitol Hill.
“I’ve been very impressed with the nominations so far, and we’ll have to wait and see who is nominated for secretary of State, and we’ll obviously treat whoever that is with respect,” McConnell said in response to a reporter’s question about whether he would have any concerns about possible conflicts of interest if Trump nominates ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson as secretary of the State Department.
“We’ll go through the regular process and respond to questions and we’ll see where it comes out,” the Senate majority leader said.
President elect Donald Trump has slammed the ongoing effect by detractors on the left to convince the American people that Russia was involved in somehow ‘hacking’ the US election, causing a Trump victory.
In a tweet sent out this afternoon, Trump succinctly asked readers to imagine what the media coverage would be like were the tables turned and Clinton had won the election:
Unveils new drone technology
Iran has been conducting a series of massive war-drills meant to demonstrate the Islamic Republic’s “supremacy” and show Western forces that the country is prepared to attack forces stationed in the Persian Gulf region, according to Iranian military leaders and reports in the country’s state-run media.
The war drills, which began on Sunday in southeastern Iran and continued into Monday, include ground and air forces as well as unmanned drones.
Despondent pundits crying crisis at every move from the president-elect
Those who expected the mainstream media to pause and reflect on its own biases following President-Elect Donald Trump’s victory are surely disappointed.
It has become inescapably clear that rather than attempt to break free from the ideological echo chamber in which they exist, liberal journalists in the mainstream media are only doubling down on progressive propaganda — descending ever further into self-parody.
Employees working for the National Security Agency are leaving their posts in “increasingly large numbers” following the scandal caused by whistleblower Edward Snowden, the NSA’s former director has revealed.
Keith Alexander, who ran the NSA from 2005 to 2014, said during a talk hosted by the University of Maryland’s journalism school on Tuesday that the mass exodus is partly the result of “how the American people see them.” He said much of that is due to Snowden’s leaks, and how they were reported.
In early November Wikileaks founder Julian Assange told reporter John Pilger in an exclusive interview that it wasn’t Russia who hacked into the DNC and Clinton staff emails.
Assange went on to say he “felt sorry” for Hillary Clinton.
Today former UK ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray, who is a close associate of Julian Assange, said he has met the DNC leaker and he’s not Russian.
ReadyNutrition Readers, this is kind of a sensitive subject: hunting for food. The article is designed to help those who either actively hunt and/or for those who would hunt if it was necessary to survive. Part of pioneer spirit and resourcefulness is to consider all avenues to a thing to succeed, and our forefathers certainly hunted for their food. Even though many of the colonists were farmers and ranchers, game was hunted to provide for their tables.
I do want to give you my own personal viewpoints on hunting, as simple as they are:
I do not “trophy” hunt: it’s only for meat, and only when my freezer is about emptied.