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In Salon Andrew O’Hehir joined the throng of commentators comparing Trump to Hitler and you can’t blame them except comparisons to Hitler are so common and far-ranging they have all but lost their shock value. 552 more words

How Salon Gets Away with Deceiving Its Readers

by Eric Zuesse, originally posted at strategic-culture.org

Before I start this condemnation of lies from ‘liberal’ ‘news’ media, I should indicate that I am a former lifelong Democrat who left the Party over the corruption of the Obama Administration when the corruption became capped by their Democratic National Committee using many devices to steal the Presidential nomination away from Bernie Sanders, to hand it to Obama’s chosen successor Hillary Clinton, whom Obama expected would complete his pro-Wall-Street legacy by passing into law some version of his trade treaties and by Hillary’s conquering Russia, the latter of which goal was a U.S. 1,067 more words

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What do I owe my mother? It’s not selfish or childish to refuse to forgive and forget

I was on the beach when news of my mother’s stroke reached me. Did I really have to cut my vacation short?

By: Anna March/Salon… 2,855 more words

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Milo Yiannopoulos OUTrage

OUT Magazine did a profile about Milo Yiannopoulos that sent the social media world spinning.  Photography by Jill Greenberg. Styling by Michael Cook. Prop Styling: Greg Garry. 355 more words

Trump’s liar-in-chief: Since joining his staff, Kellyanne Conway has been living in a world of make believe - Salon.com

​The first interview I saw of her after becoming campaign chairman for Donald Trump was on Chris Matthews Hardball. The outrage from that interview has caused Chris Matthews ratings to plummet. 268 more words

Pence shocks Fox News host after laughing off Trump’s claim to 95% of Black support in 2020 - Salon.com

As much as I don’t like Mike Pence’s ideas I have to say that he has not allowed himself to be Donald Trump’s Whipping Boy. This is another example of Trump hyperbole. 49 more words