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  2. So you want to leak a bogus story against Trump and who do you turn to get the help you need? Your best partners of course British court records reviewed by Fox News as well as U.S. congressional testimony revealed that Steele was directed and paid at least $168,000 by Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson to push the research that fall to five American media outlets. According to British court documents, Steele met with The New York Times (twice), The Washington Post (twice), CNN, The New Yorker and Yahoo News (twice).
  3. Like my younger boy says..."opposite world dad"...apparently that is where everything that is right is wrong, left is right, etc. That is the NYT for me...if they think it is good, then it must be bad, etc. Most importantly, I never read them anymore..,and if I was forced to; I wouldn't believe it.
  4. I’d come to Russia to try to answer two key questions. The more immediate is how the Kremlin, despite its limitations, pulled off one of the greatest acts of political sabotage in modern history, turning American democracy against itself. And the more important—for Americans, anyway—is what might still be in store, and how far an emboldened Vladimir Putin is prepared to go in order to get what he wants. A lot of buzzwords, and a lot words in general, but to summarize: Clackavoid (n.) The technical term for a single page of script from an Australian soap opera. People who write these things are ignorant about the history of "The Voice Of America", "Radio Freedom" and "Free Europe". The political sabotage is being performed by the pollution of the government created by the POSOTUS specifically and the DNC in general.
  5. What did you think about the Atlantic article. Seriously. Or is it way too long to read.
  6. The sourpuss is desperate. The Atlantic to NYT is what NYT is to WSJ.
  8. No. I do care about the facts of any case that may be brought against him. If he colluded with the Russians then off to the clink he can go.
  9. Lol.. Trump does. Shouldn't you?
  10. Ha Ha Ha. We are to take anything the NY Times days about Trump seriously?
  11. This is the kind of stuff was looking forward to a year ago - it takes that long to peal back the layers and put in context. Great read. And then this, lol. "I don't watch TV, I read documents. Lots of documents. Believe me." This is the one that got all up in "who knew health care was hard" Donald Trumps grill over the weekend..
  12. Oh Captain My Captain
  13. A 41-year-old San Francisco plumber who was on a losing streak at local casinos and faced eviction for not paying his rent was found guilty Monday of slaughtering a family of five inside their Ingleside neighborhood home after targeting them for robbery. On its seventh day of deliberations, the San Francisco Superior Court jury found Binh Thai Luc, an undocumented Vietnamese immigrant with a violent criminal past, guilty of five counts of murder in the massacre of the Lei family on March 23, 2012. The victims’ bludgeoned bodies were found covered in blood and household cleaning products in various rooms of the row house on Howth Street, which had been flooded with water. The damage was so severe and the scene so chaotic that investigators didn’t initially know if they were dealing with a quintuple murder or a murder-suicide. Prosecutors said Luc used a hammer to commit one of the worst mass homicides in modern San Francisco history, though the weapon was never found. The defendant was also found guilty of five counts of attempted robbery and two counts of burglary. From one of the comments: "Before the killings, Luc was convicted in 1998 of committing an armed robbery at a Chinese restaurant in San Jose. After he served eight years in San Quentin State Prison, officials handed him over to federal immigration authorities for deportation back to his home country of Vietnam. Vietnamese authorities, however, refused to provide Luc with travel documents, and he was released from custody as required by federal law." America is a country of schmucks. He was a Vietnamese citizen in our country illegally. If Vietnam won't take him back... and why would they if a **** nation like the United States is willing to keep him, then freeze $10 million of Vietnamese assets, or do something for Christs sake. America's disgusting wimpiness killed this family and I'm ashamed.
  14. Yesterday
  15. Yahoo and Huff Post saying violence is ok if you think you are in the right.
  16. She is so wrong. This is just the latest. There will be more and the guy she no doubt voted for on the previous elections is partly to blame as is the same party she has always voted for and always will despite ample evidence this is not at all wise.
  17. The Senators have a much better POS: Mike Hoffman.
  18. And now this one: EXCLUSIVE: A senior Justice Department official demoted last week for concealing his meetings with the men behind the anti-Trump “dossier” had even closer ties to Fusion GPS, the firm responsible for the incendiary document, than have been disclosed, Fox News has confirmed: The official’s wife worked for Fusion GPS during the 2016 election. Contacted by Fox News, investigators for the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) confirmed that Nellie H. Ohr, wife of the demoted official, Bruce G. Ohr, worked for the opposition research firm last year. The precise nature of Mrs. Ohr’s duties – including whether she worked on the dossier – remains unclear but a review of her published works available online reveals Mrs. Ohr has written extensively on Russia-related subjects. HPSCI staff confirmed to Fox News that she was paid by Fusion GPS through the summer and fall of 2016.
  19. for sure. and while we're at it, for pure cinematic entertainment...i give you 'rick kane brah'
  20. There can be no doubt there is collusion it is just not the collusion the media wishes discussed....
  21. I don't want to see that POS on the Sharks.
  22. SUNDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps CHICAGO 3, Arizona 1 ST. LOUIS 3, Buffalo 2 (OT) TORONTO 1, Edmonton 0 Minnesota 4, SAN JOSE 3 (OT) TARASENKO’S OT GOAL LIFTS BLUES TO TOP OF LEAGUE STANDINGS Vladimir Tarasenko (1-1—2) scored with 35.2 seconds remaining in overtime to guide the Blues (21-8-2, 44 points) to their fourth consecutive victory and into a tie, in terms of points, with the Lightning (21-6-2, 44 points) for first overall in the League standings. * Tarasenko scored his first overtime goal of the season and eighth of his career (372 GP) to surpass Pavol Demitra for the most in Blues franchise history. Tarasenko has notched all eight overtime goals since the start of the 2014-15 season, tied with Flames forward Sean Monahan for the most in the NHL over that span. * Brayden Schenn (1-0—1) has scored at least a goal in four consecutive games (6-1—7 in 4 GP) and ranks tied for fifth in the League with 16-21—37 in 31 GP this season. MCELHINNEY, MAPLE LEAFS SHUT OUT OILERS FOR 20TH WIN Zach Hyman scored 34 seconds into the contest and Curtis McElhinney made a season-high 41 saves to help the Maple Leafs improve to 20-10-1 (41 points) this season. * Elias notes that Toronto, who registered its 20th win in its 31st game of the season, matched the third-fastest mark to 20 wins in franchise history, trailing only the 1934-35 (20-6-2 in 28 GP) and 1946-47 (20-6-4 in 30 GP) clubs. * The Maple Leafs became the 10th team in NHL history, and second in consecutive nights (CBJ: 1-0 W vs. ARI on Dec. 9), to score an opening-minute goal and go on to earn a 1-0 regulation win. DID YOU KNOW: QUICK STARTS LEAD TO SUCCESS The Blues (0:40) and Maple Leafs (0:34) both opened the scoring in the first minute of play en route to victories. Teams that open the scoring in the first minute of regulation own a 22-9-2 record in 2017-18. CENTRAL DIVISION CLUBS EARN VICTORIES The Blackhawks (14-11-5, 33 points) and Wild (15-11-3, 33 points) both earned victories on Sunday night to climb the Western Conference standings: * Patrick Kane collected two assists, including the primary helper on Artem Anisimov’s game-winning goal, to boost his career totals to 295-486—781 and surpass Doug Wilson (225-554—779) for sole possession of fifth place on the Blackhawks’ all-time points list. Anisimov, who tallied his sixth game-winning goal of the season, moved into a tie with Brayden Schenn, Sean Monahan and teammate Brandon Saad for the League lead in that category. * Despite surrendering a three-goal lead, Nino Niederreiter scored with 1:34 remaining in overtime to lead the Wild to their second consecutive win – both of which have come in extra time (3-2 OTW at ANA on Dec. 8). Minnesota earned a victory after surrendering a three-goal lead for the sixth time in franchise history. SNEAK PEEK AT MONDAY’S ACTION
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