April 26, 2018

WSJ Columnist: The FBI Is Abusing Secrecy Powers To Save Itself From Embarrassment.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has seen better days. While there is zero evidence of collusion, the political Left thinks Russia’s meddling in our 2016 election helped tilt the race in Donald Trump’s favor. Congress has launched investigations into the matter. Yet, it seems the meddling was also coming from within the halls of the […]

WSJ: There’s Mounting Evidence of 2016 Election Meddling Coming From the FBI.

There is something rotten at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. I mean all of this is just absurd. We have two FBI agents texting one another, one of which is having an extramarital affair with the other, cryptically talking about “insurance” against a Trump presidency. That text between these two agents was delivered on August […]

WSJ: Trump Ends Campaign with ‘Overtly Nationalist Message’

Beth Reinhard writes in The Wall Street Journal that Republican nominee Donald Trump ended his campaign Monday night in Michigan with the same “overtly nationalist message” that he started it with 19 months ago in New York City. From The Wall Street Journal: Donald Trump ended his presidential bid Monday the same way he started it […]

WSJ: ‘Nation Now Has Proof’ of Hillary Scandals, But Leftist Media ‘Devote Its Front Pages to the Trump Story’

The Wall Street Journal’s Potomac Watch columnist Kimberley Strassel details the “devastating case against a Clinton presidency” that can be made by reviewing the WikiLeaks documents combined with what is already known in the public record. Strassel notes that although “the nation now has proof of pretty much everything [Hillary Clinton] has been accused of,” […]

WSJ: Migrant Crisis Threatens European Values – AUDIO

Of all the crises to hit Europe over the past years, the migration crisis remains the greatest threat to the survival of the European Union, says the Wall Street Journal. The arrival of more than a million migrants in 2015 provoked panic not so much because the numbers were in themselves unmanageable but because of […]

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