Archive for May, 2017

Honor Guard

Posted in Society on May 29th, 2017

Honor GuardHonor Guard

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Trumpex For The Cure

Posted in Humor, Politics on May 28th, 2017

Trumpex For The Cure

At last, some good news. They’ve developed a treatment for TURD, the horrific and debilitating mental disease sweeping the nation. Now the many sufferers can lead something akin to normal, productive, American lives.

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CNN’s Consistent Bias

Posted in Politics on May 26th, 2017

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CNN’s Consistent Bias

Recently, President Donald Trump delivered a speech to the leaders of more than 50 countries of the Muslim World to outline his vision for US-Muslim relations. President Trump’s 36-minute long address at the Gulf Cooperation Council Summit was the centerpiece of a two-day visit to Saudi Arabia, his first overseas mission as president.

So of course, CNN, the world’s #1 purveyor of fake news, report of this even was, “On Islam, Trump is consistently inconsistent,” totally disregarding the simple fact that there was little to nothing in President Trump’s address to the Muslim political leaders that varied even in tone from many statements made by Obama over the course of the previous eight years – statements that CNN lauded as being “considered,” “nuanced,” and as showing an understanding of the complexities of dealing with terrorist groups who operate under the banner of Islam.

Got to give CNN some small measure of credit though. They are consistent – consistent in the anti-Trump and anti-American bias.

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