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Daily breaking news and news the liberal media doesn't want you to know, won't report, or just daily news issues.

Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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Stillhere

BeRight

Fauxcahontis: that is the best yet!!!

BERIGHT, I have to give credit to Michelle Malkin, I did see it on her twitter feed, don't know if she coined that one or not, but I did not.

Posted 22 days ago.

BeRight

they just dont like anyone who isnt caucasion: That is a bigot.

Posted 22 days ago.

Ohwiseone

So please make available where you got this "story" bewrite !

Posted 22 days ago.

BeRight

Fauxcahontis: that is the best yet!!!

Posted 22 days ago.

BeRight

More Hillary got betting on Cattle!

Posted 22 days ago.

BeRight

After this episode, Hugh seemed to start behaving. That image only lasted for a couple of years, though. When Bill Clinton issued the slew of pardons before leaving office in 2001, drug dealer Carlos Vignali and Glenn Braswell, who had peddled a fake baldness cure by mail, received a sentence commutation and a pardon, respectively. Somehow, Hugh Rodham pocketed $400,000 for offering legal help in acquiring the pardons.

Posted 22 days ago.

BeRight

In 1999, Hugh, a former Florida public defender, and Tony, whose resume included work as both a private eye and a repo man, joined in on a $118 million business plan to process and import hazelnuts from the Republic of Georgia. There was a slight hitch though: the brothers' key connection in Georgia was a major political rival of Georgia's president (a key American ally). Bill and Hillary had to work in tandem with National Security Advisor Sandy Berger to talk the brothers out of their hazelnut empire. (We can only hope Roger Clinton would later defend his own antics with, ""¦yeah, but I never attempted to politically destabilize former Soviet republics, did I?"쳌)

Posted 22 days ago.

BeRight

Despite the nickname, Roger might not even have been the biggest familial headache Bill Clinton had to deal with during his term. Instead, the Clintons introduced a new species of White House blight: bad presidential brothers-in-law. While Roger was pretty much a run-of-the-mill troublemaker, Hillary's brothers Hugh and Tony were bumbling power grabbers who kept making almost comical attempts to capitalize on their sister's high station.

Posted 22 days ago.

BeRight

Some presidential siblings wait until their brother takes up residence in the White House to start making trouble. Not Bill Clinton's half-brother Roger, though. By the time Bill had jumped from the Arkansas' governor's mansion to Washington, Roger had already spent a year behind bars for a 1984 cocaine distribution arrest. He then spent much of Bill's two terms trying to realize his dream of becoming an Elvis-like rock star with his band, Politics, and appearing in a string of abysmal movies that must have been almost as embarrassing for Bill as the cocaine arrest. (It's one thing to get in trouble for drug trafficking, but it's quite another to have the poor judgment to appear opposite Pauly Shore in Bio-Dome.)

Posted 22 days ago.

BeRight

Story from 1992: In the last week of the 1990 campaign, the Clintons took out two personal loans totaling $100,000, to use in the 1990 campaign. The $100,000 notes are due on demand and have not yet been paid back. In its most recent state filings, Mr. Clinton's committee reports that it still owes the money.

Posted 22 days ago.

Kunectdots

The way to open up someone to unification is definitely NOT to show unremitting illogic when explaining about or dealing with an issue related to that policy.

IN FACT, it's just the means of losing those that may have been your supporters.

You'd think that an Ivy League educated, practicing Constitutional Law professor turned Community Organizer would understand that.

Posted 23 days ago.

Ohwiseone

You have to be open to unification in order for it to happen, and your republiduds arent having it ! Nah their not racist , they just dont like anyone who isnt caucasion !

Posted 23 days ago.

Stillhere

Let us not forget mooshell pretending to be a down trodden sista that just cannot catch a break cause of us racist white folk, Excuse me mooshell you are the freakin first lady

Posted 23 days ago.

Kunectdots

Where could it all lead, with these pretenders trying to influence us through portending to be what they are not?

Perhaps to a Half-white/Half-black man in the WH. From there he portrays himself as a "Unifier", while unnecessarily sticking his snoot into local law enforcement incidents involving interracial subtitles, and invariably coming down on the Black side (and usually being proven wrong with his assessment of the matter). He would do so as if to intentionally throw gasoline on a burning fire. Where would that leave us?

YEP! That certainly fits the definition of a "Unifier". But who would he really be trying to unify and for what purpose?

Posted 23 days ago.

Stillhere

Fauxcahontis warren (dances with marx). Got away with it, Whats the problem?

Posted 23 days ago.

Kunectdots

Maybe we could get "American Indian" Elizabeth Warren paired up with "Black" NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal, throw newly minted "Female" Caitlyn Jenner into the mix...and see if it explodes.

Don't get the splatters from that on you!

Posted 23 days ago.

absolem

"No way to get around it," he said.

The couple say their daughter is pretending to be someone she's not.

you just have to laugh......

Posted 23 days ago.

absolem

MAJOR DENIAL and DISILLUSIONMENT: CBS news reports: Rachel Dolezal, the president of the Spokane, Washington, NAACP, is being accused of falsely portraying herself as a black woman, CBS News' Adriana Diaz reports.

Her biological parents claim she is misrepresenting "major portions of her life," including being born white. As the city's mayor says it has opened an investigation and is gathering facts to determine if any city policies were violated, Dolezal is denying these accusations.

"Actually, I don't like the term African-American; I prefer black. So, if asked, I would say, yes, I consider myself to be black," Dolezal said to Spokane affiliate KREM.

But Dolezal's biological parents say that's just not true.

"Our daughter is primarily German and Czech and of European descent," her mother said.

Her parents, Ruthanne and Larry, live in a rural home in Troy, Montana.

Her father described a young Dolezal as blonde, blue-eyed and freckled-face.

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Posted 23 days ago.

Kunectdots

Not that I'm a psychologist, but I suspect NCN would like to use a version of name-calling here a little more inflaming than "buttercup".

As I said, I've missed Leftist lion Fred Oneill (real name) 1. Comparing me to Osama bin Laden, 2. Associating me with a guy that called in a bomb scare against one of our local colleges, 3. Admonishing me that he should call the Secret Service about me and 4. Advising me that I 'should go eat Road Kill - ALL BECAUSE I would argue Fred into a corner, on occasion, with his Leftist rhetorical diatribe.

What a "Buttercup" he was! The perfect wingman for LilyOvalley, who used to heat up these pages by nearly espousing that Barack Obama's image should be the next one placed on Mt. Rushmore. LOL

Posted 23 days ago.

NasCarNut

Days before Univision aired a controversial story this summer about the decades-old drug bust of Marco Rubio’s brother-in-law, top staff with the Spanish-language media powerhouse offered what sounded like a deal to the U.S. senator’s staff.

If Rubio appeared on Al Punto—Univision’s national television show, where the topic of immigration would likely be discussed—then the story of his brother-in-law’s troubles would be softened or might not run at all, according to Univision insiders and the Republican senator’s staff. They say the offer was made by Univision’s president of news, Isaac Lee.

making deals to hide family secrets...

Posted 23 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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