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Posted January 21, 2020, at 7:02 AM Pacific (9 hours ago)
By Greg Norman
Fox News
An Iranian lawmaker apparently has placed a $3 million bounty on President Trump's head.

Ahmad Hamzeh made the declaration Tuesday during a speech to parliament in Tehran, although it's unclear whether it has any backing from Iran's top leaders, Reuters reported, citing the ISNA news agency.

"On behalf of the people of Kerman province, we will pay a $3 million reward in cash to whoever kills Trump," Hamzeh was quoted as saying.

Posted January 20, 2020, at 8:50 PM Pacific (1 day ago)
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Posted January 20, 2020, at 8:56 AM Pacific (1 day ago)
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BOCA RATON, Fla. — Newsmax TV surpassed Bloomberg Television in total household reach, household coverage area rating, and average audience for the week of Dec. 9, 2019. Newsmax also topped C-SPAN in household coverage area rating for the same week, according to recently released Comscore data.

For the week of Dec. 9, 2019, Newsmax TV had a total reach of 2.64 million households compared to 1.63 million for Bloomberg Television.

"This is a major milestone for us," Newsmax Media CEO Christopher Ruddy said. "Our content is resonating with Americans across the nation who are hungry for a fresh alternative to Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, and other news channels."

Posted January 20, 2020, at 8:55 AM Pacific (1 day ago)
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By Robert Turner
Hollywood has clearly lost its taste for self-deprecation and self-effacement if its response to Ricky Gervais can be used as a barometer. The liberal press, surely it's mouthpiece, was scathing in their reviews of his master of ceremony duties for the 77th Golden Globe Awards.

Almost unanimous in their condemnation of Gervais and his comments on the evening, their responses are a clear indicator of how far out of touch they have become with the American public. How their sycophantic pandering to Hollywood and a group of self-aggrandizing, pretentious and pompous actors and producers has overwhelmed journalistic integrity and common sense.

Take this quote from the Los Angeles Times.

Posted January 19, 2020, at 4:43 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
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Washington Post
This is what happens when you don't pay your legal bills.

President Trump, whose businesses and now campaign have left a long trail of unpaid bills behind them, has never discriminated when it comes to stiffing people who work for him. That includes lawyers — which is part of the reason he found the need to make some curious last-minute tweaks to his team, announcing the addition of the legal odd couple of Alan Dershowitz and Kenneth W. Starr.

‚ÄčThe president has consistently encountered difficulty in hiring good lawyers to defend him. In 2017, after Robert S. Mueller III became special counsel, Trump couldn't find a high-end law firm that would take him as a client. His reputation for nonpayment preceded him: One major Manhattan firm I know had once been forced to eat bills for millions in bond work it once did for Trump. No doubt other members of the legal community knew of other examples.

Posted January 19, 2020, at 10:02 AM Pacific (2 days ago)
Let's see. We had thrilling matchups, upsets, an ejection and questions about next week's rankings.

A typical Saturday in the 2019-2020 season. 3 things from Saturday. Louisville punctuates season with pivotal win at Duke

We can discuss a multitude of moments that unfolded in No. 11 Louisville's 79-73 win at No. 3 Duke on Saturday. Louisville's 10-point lead at halftime. Louisville squandering that lead in the second half. Freshman David Johnson, who entered the game averaging 3.7 PPG, dropping 17 points on the Blue Devils in the first half. Rushed, significant shots by Tre Jones and Cassius Stanley down the stretch. Vernon Carey Jr.'s foul trouble and its effect on the outcome. Jordan Nwora's struggles (he was 3-for-12) in another big showcase.

Posted January 18, 2020, at 6:51 PM Pacific (3 days ago)
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By Joe Concha
Chris Wallace questioned the motives of some of those on President Trump's impeachment defense team, asking if it included "a bunch of people who each have their own axe to grind and their own ego to fill?"

Wallace, the anchor of "Fox News Sunday," also questioned whether Pat Cipollone, the president's counsel, would be happy with the rest of his team, which includes Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr, the former independent counsel who investigated then-President Clinton.

"The chief counsel for the president, Pat Cipollone, is going to be leading the team. If I were he, I would not be particularly pleased with the team that that the president has assembled," Wallace told Fox News anchor Sandra Smith. "A lot of them [are] people who appear on television as defenders of the president."

Posted January 18, 2020, at 12:08 PM Pacific (3 days ago)
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Washington Examiner
A trail of documents has reportedly led Attorney General William Barr's handpicked federal prosecutor to focus his inquiry into the origins of the Russia investigation on the first several months of President Trump's tenure.

John Durham, a U.S. attorney from Connecticut, is zeroing in on the period spanning from January 2017, when Trump took office, to May of that year. A "strong" paper trail, as CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge put it on Friday, has led the investigation into possible misconduct by federal law enforcement and intelligence officials to that time frame.

Durham's office declined to comment for this report.

While Trump and his allies have championed Durham's effort, Democrats have dismissed the allegations of wrongdoing during the Trump-Russia investigation and are concerned the inquiry may be an effort to discredit the work of special counsel Robert Mueller. Trump gave Barr full declassification authority for the endeavor.

Posted January 17, 2020, at 5:32 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
Larry Klayman responds to naming of 'accomplished loser' to Trump legal team
By Larry Klayman
Just when I thought nothing could become even more bizarre, President Donald J. Trump's so-called legal team, led by Jay Sekulow, has recruited Ken Starr and Robert Ray, independent counsels during the Clinton years, to lead the defense of The Donald during the looming impeachment trial. Joining the legal team as well is retired Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz and former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi. Notably absent from the legal team is Rudy Giuliani, the president's private legal counsel during the Russian collusion witch hunt of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Giuliani, not coincidentally, is the culprit, through his inebriated bad judgment, who played a key role, along with his now-indicted colleague Lev Parnas, in negligently getting the president into this impeachment quagmire. In the words of Laurel and Hardy, "A fine mess you have gotten me into, Ollie."

Posted January 17, 2020, at 1:15 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
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Posted January 16, 2020, at 4:44 PM Pacific (5 days ago)
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Posted January 16, 2020, at 1:39 PM Pacific (5 days ago)
By WND Staff
The FBI, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Education are investigating Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., according to a report.

The controversial newcomer to Congress already had been facing credible accusations of marrying her brother.

The new claim:

BIG Ilhan Omar update:

Federal investigators finally seem to be reviewing the overwhelming evidence against @IlhanMN.

Posted January 16, 2020, at 1:37 PM Pacific (5 days ago)
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By Ammiel Hirsch and Joshua Davidson
New York Times
We recently spoke to some 500 high school students, teachers and administrators at Ethical Culture Fieldston School in the Bronx. As the senior rabbis of two major Reform synagogues with which dozens of Fieldston families are affiliated, we presented the Jewish community's perspectives on the surge in anti-Semitic incidents in our area and throughout the country. We clarified that while we do not claim to represent all Jews, our views do fall within mainstream Jewish opinion.

We shared statistics from the New York City police and the F.B.I. about the pervasiveness of attacks against Jews. We also addressed the controversy that had erupted in the aftermath of Fieldston's November assembly, in which a guest speaker equated Israelis with Nazis and asserted that Israelis are an example of "victims becoming the perpetrators." Several hours after we spoke last week, Fieldston fired a teacher who had posted tweets demonizing Zionism. Students reported that while we were speaking, the teacher flipped a middle finger at one of us.

Posted January 16, 2020, at 1:36 PM Pacific (5 days ago)
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By Matt Wilstein
The Daily Beast
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway was asked four times by Fox News on Thursday morning to "flat-out" refute claims from Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas that President Donald Trump was fully "aware" of what he was up to in Ukraine. She didn't give a straight answer once.

After Fox aired a clip of Parnas' interview with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow from Wednesday night, they asked her to refute his central claims. Conway first tried to laugh it off, joking with no sense of irony, "Remember, people who go on TV are never under oath." Meanwhile, the Trump White House has blocked witnesses from testifying under oath and criticized the credibility of those who have.

But that argument didn't satisfy Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer, who repeatedly grilled Conway on the substance of what Parnas was saying.

Posted January 16, 2020, at 1:35 PM Pacific (5 days ago)
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By Tyler Olson
Fox News
Fox News' Kevin Corke reports on the latest news on the Trump impeachment battle.

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued a legal opinion on Thursday saying that President Trump's administration broke the law by withholding defense aid to Ukraine — the issue at the heart of the president's impeachment trial.

That money, $214 million which had been allocated to the Department of Defense for security assistance, was appropriated by Congress and therefore the administration did not have the right to hold it back just because it disagreed with its allocation, the opinion from the nonpartisan government watchdog said.

Posted January 16, 2020, at 10:05 AM Pacific (1 week ago)
American Greatness
From America to Iran and the deciders in between, attorney extraordinaire Larry Klayman and co-host Judah Friedman run the gamut in this freewheeling second episode of the "Larry Klayman 4 Everyone" podcast. They're joined once again by "Truthful Ombudsman" Lewis Fein. Watch and listen below. And, of course, follow the podcast on Twitter.

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Posted January 16, 2020, at 8:31 AM Pacific (1 week ago)
By Andrew Napolitano
Fox News
When witnesses testify in a courtroom and offer varying, contradictory or even unlawful explanations of the events under scrutiny, juries tend not to believe them. The same is now happening with the Trump administration's defense of its killing Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani by the use of an unmanned drone while he was being driven peacefully along a public highway in Iraq. Why the shifting justifications?

Here is the backstory.

The general was the commander of Iran's elite military and intelligence forces. He was a fierce opponent of ISIS and the American military presence in Iraq. Iraq and Iran were belligerents for generations owing to, among other factors, ancient disputes between the two main branches of Islam, Shiite and Sunni. For generations, Iran's elites were predominantly Shiite and Iraq's were predominantly Sunni.

Posted January 16, 2020, at 8:28 AM Pacific (1 week ago)
By Kyle Blaine, Jeff Zeleny and Marshall Cohen
(CNN)In a tense and dramatic exchange in the moments after the Democratic debate Tuesday night, Elizabeth Warren accused Bernie Sanders of calling her a liar on national television.

Sanders responded that it was Warren who called him a liar and said they should not talk about it right then.

When the CNN/Des Moines Register debate concluded, the studio audience and viewers saw Warren walk over to Sanders and not shake his outstretched hand. The two senators seemed to have a heated and brief exchange before Sanders appeared to throw his hands up, turn and walk away. The video of the exchange aired live with no audio.

Posted January 15, 2020, at 5:45 PM Pacific (1 week ago)
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A late Thursday turd floated by the WaPoo claims the Justice Department's effort to "mollify conservatives" was "winding down" and "found nothing of consequence". Has William Barr taken another dive? Larry Klayman joins me once again as our swamp tour guide.

Posted January 15, 2020, at 3:21 PM Pacific (1 week ago)
By John Hudson
Washington Post
A week before Germany, France and Britain formally accused Iran of breaching the 2015 nuclear deal, the Trump administration issued a private threat to the Europeans that shocked officials in all three countries.

If they refused to call out Tehran and initiate an arcane dispute mechanism in the deal, the United States would impose a 25 percent tariff on European automobiles, the Trump officials warned, according to European officials familiar with the conversations.

Within days, the three countries would formally accuse Iran of violating the deal, triggering a recourse provision that could reimpose United Nations sanctions on Iran and unravel the last remaining vestiges of the Obama-era agreement.