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Giuliani: 2016 Trump Tower Moscow Talks Continued Through ‘October, November’

President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that conversations about a potential Trump Tower deal in Moscow — conversations involving then-candidate Trump — occurred “as far as October, November” of 2016. “It’s our understand that they went on throughout 2016,” Giuliani told “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd “Not a lot of them, but there were conversations. We can’t be sure of the exact dates, but the President can remember having conversations with [Michael Cohen] abo...
Tags: News, Congress, Russia, Cnn, Hillary Clinton, Moscow, Meet The Press, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Trump, Cohen, BuzzFeed News, Michael Cohen, Chuck Todd, Trump Tower


Giuliani: Trump Tower Moscow Talks Continued Throughout 2016 Campaign

President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that conversations about a potential Trump Tower deal in Moscow — conversations involving then-candidate Trump — occurred “as far as October, November” of 2016. “It’s our understand that they went on throughout 2016,” Giuliani told “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd “Not a lot of them, but there were conversations. We can’t be sure of the exact dates, but the President can remember having conversations with [Michael Cohen] abo...
Tags: News, Congress, Russia, Cnn, Hillary Clinton, Moscow, Meet The Press, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Trump, Cohen, BuzzFeed News, Michael Cohen, Chuck Todd, Trump Tower


A conspiracy of dunces

Just before Christmas, a story broke that seemed too strange — and too hypocritical — to be true. As Democratic Party elders were trying to stifle loutish impeachment threats by fanatical House freshmen, it was revealed that Democratic operatives had used cyber fraud to manipulate the 2017 Alabama Senate race. It’s hard to know precisely who masterminded the plot because the perpetrators have lawyered up and are pointing fingers at one another. But according to the New York Times and subsequent ...
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Putin, Obama, California, Washington Post, Opinion, Russia, Alabama, Usda, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Gop, Hillary Clinton, United States


The hot messiness of white-woman ass.

Phrases jump out at me as I try to read Rebecca Traister's "Don’t Give Up on the Women’s March" (New York Magazine):[T]he fact that millions of women and men have turned out for mass protests for two years in a row, not despite tensions over racial, religious, ideological, and economic differences — but in the midst of them, some engaging them head-on — has been one of the most defining and electrifying features of this iteration of a women’s movement. The hot messiness has been one of contempor...
Tags: Protest, Law, Hillary Clinton, Feminism, Anti-semitism, Donald Trump, BLM, Rebecca Traister, Farrakhan, Nation of Islam, Mallory, Ann Althouse, Racial Politics, Whiteness, Sarsour, Mallory Perez


What To Expect The Public Will See From The Mueller Report

Many details about the so-called Mueller report remain speculative: when it will be delivered, what form it will take, what level of detail it will contain. But this week, attorney general nominee Bill Barr provided a better sense of just how much of the special counsel’s report the public will see in the likely event that he is confirmed by the GOP-controlled Senate. The short answer: not much. Former federal prosecutors and Justice Department officials told TPM that Barr’s Tuesday testimony...
Tags: New York, News, Congress, Senate, Cnn, Gop, Hillary Clinton, House, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Justice Department, Starr, Clinton, James Comey, Trump, Allegra Kirkland


... while this one was criticized

Hillary Clinton was not known for her fashion taste, and she faced heavy public scrutiny even for her changing hairstyles. Watch 'American Style' on January 13 and January 20 at 9 p.m. ET.
Tags: News, Hillary Clinton, Stories


Hawkish establishment goes after Tulsi Gabbard

This year it seems every Democrat with a minimum of name recognition is considering running for president. For the party, the surge of enthusiasm comes with a few risks. The biggest is a messy intra-party fight. And so far, the worst sign of the consequences of that conflict is the early effort to torpedo the nascent campaign of Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii. Gabbard isn’t like the Democrats’ typical candidates. But she’s not one of the restive moderates or the activist socialists, either. On clo...
Tags: California, Opinion, Iraq, Barack Obama, Sport, Soccer, Hillary Clinton, Editorials, West Bank, Lausd, Donald Trump, Bashar Al Assad, Democratic Party, Obama Clinton, National Guard, Tulsi Gabbard


Trump's Attorney General pick raises alarms with comments on probing Clinton foundation and uranium conspiracy

New questions have been raised surrounding Donald Trump's pick to become the next attorney general and his views on investigating the Clinton Foundation and a uranium mining company. William Barr began two days of confirmation hearings on Tuesday to become the next head of the Justice Department, fielding questions from senators about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian impact on the 2016 election and other legal issues he would oversee if confirmed. The Republican — wh...
Tags: News, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Donald Trump, Justice Department, Clinton, Trump, State, Clinton Foundation, Robert Mueller, William Barr


Wednesday Martin's 'Untrue' Questions Bases of Monogamy

Wednesday Martin continues to break the conventions of bland, milquetoast social science with her new book, Untrue: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity Is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free. The book's peep hole jacket and bright neon cover announce the boldness of Martin's eagerly awaited follow-up to her #1 New York Times bestseller, Primates of Park Avenue (Simon & Schuster, 2015) (now in development as a TV series). She delivers on the anticipation b...
Tags: Music, Review, Los Angeles, Infidelity, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, San Diego, Female Sexuality, Monogamy, Namibia, Martin, Meredith Chivers, Polyamory, Social Science, Skirt Club, Yale Ph D


Trump's attorney general pick: Robert Mueller is not overseeing a 'witch hunt'

Donald Trump’s nominee for attorney general has contradicted the US president by saying Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russian election meddling, is not involved in a “witch hunt”.  William Barr, who will oversee the Mueller probe if confirmed to the role, vowed to allow the investigation to be completed during a grilling by US senators on Tuesday.  Mr Barr called Mr Mueller a “friend” and said they had known each other for 30 years after being colleagues at the Justice Depart...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington, White House, Russia, US, Fbi, Hillary Clinton, Washington Dc, US Senate, Capitol Hill, Bob, Kremlin, North America, Donald Trump, Justice Department


Foreigners' Rights in Japan: Interview with Activist and Writer Debito Arudou

None Debito Arudou (formerly David Aldwinckle) was born in California and raised in Geneva, New York. After spending a long period of residence in Japan, he became a citizen of that country. Frequently engaged in outspoken activism on the issues of anti-foreigner discrimination and racism in Japanese society, Arudou has written extensively on these topics for various publications, including his regular contributions to the Japan Times newspaper for over 15 years as well his web site Debito....
Tags: Feature, Music, Japan, Supreme Court, Interview, California, France, US, America, Hillary Clinton, United States, Tokyo, States, Republican Party, Vietnam, Johnson


Hillary Clinton Tweets Flashback To Prediction Trump Would Be Putin’s Puppet

Clinton shared a clip from a 2016 presidential debate in which she said Trump was Russia's "clear favorite."
Tags: News, Putin, Russia, Hillary Clinton, Clinton, Trump


What We Know About The 5 Meetings Between Trump And Putin

This weekend brought the remarkable news that President Donald Trump went to extreme lengths to conceal or limit access to information about his in-person meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin. As first reported by the Washington Post, Trump has blocked the rest of his administration from receiving briefings about his conversations with Putin, once going so far as to take possession of the notes of the U.S. interpreter present. Details about these unusual, unprecedented actions are re...
Tags: Post, News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, North Korea, France, Senate, White House, Angela Merkel, Russia, Bloomberg, Syria, Ukraine, Cnn, Fbi, Hillary Clinton


'Like I said: A puppet,' Hillary Clinton tweets after recent reports about Trump, Russia

The former secretary of state took a shot at her 2016 opponent on social media for his Russia woes.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Russia, Hillary Clinton, Usa Today, Trump Russia


‘What the Constitution Means to Me’ Transfers to Broadway

“What the Constitution Means to Me,” a buzzy Off-Broadway production that counts Hillary Clinton and Gloria Steinem among its fans, is making the move uptown. The play will come to Broadway this spring for a 12-week limited run at the Helen Hayes Theater. “What the Constitution Means to Me” is one part civics lesson, one […]
Tags: News, Hillary Clinton, Broadway, Gloria Steinem, What the Constitution Means to Me


Brace Yourself: Waves Of 2020 Announcements Expected Soon

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — After months of speculation and secrecy, the 2020 presidential primary season is about to explode. With several Democrats already in the race, a half dozen more are locking down final travel, staffing and strategy to launch White House bids in the coming weeks. While plans may change, the announcements are expected to come in waves, the first featuring a group of ambitious Senate Democrats including New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, California Sen. Kamala Harris and Ne...
Tags: New York, Texas, News, Minnesota, Obama, California, Washington, Senate, White House, New York City, Los Angeles, Joe Biden, Ap, Cnn, Hillary Clinton, New Hampshire


The two reasons so many Dems are likely running in 2020

Dean Obeidallah writes there are two reasons why so many Democrats are likely to run in 2020: Donald Trump is still in office, and Hillary Clinton is likely not running.
Tags: Cnn, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Dean Obeidallah


The two reasons so many Dems are running in 2020

Dean Obeidallah writes there are two reasons why so many Democrats are likely to run in 2020: Donald Trump is still in office, and Hillary Clinton is likely not running.
Tags: Cnn, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Dean Obeidallah


Setting The Record Straight, NRA Haters You’re a Problem

Opinion Setting The Record Straight, NRA Haters You're a Problem USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- I’ve had it with the attacks on the NRA, I expect it from “The Trace” and “Mother Jones,” but I find it repugnant when so-called 2A supporters use those questionable sources to scorch the NRA. The simple fact is that without the NRA you will lose your right to own a firearm. Don’t give us that crap about you’ll never give in, that you’ll stand your ground. Bull shit we can’t get most of you to vote. Half ...
Tags: New York, Guns, Supreme Court, Senate, Hillary Clinton, House, Andrew Cuomo, Hillary, Cuomo, Nra, State, House Senate, Mother Jones, Heller, State of New York, NRA ILA


Confusing headline of the day: "Nancy Pelosi Spanks the First Brat."

Hint: It's Maureen Dowd's new column.It caught my eye because here in Wisconsin, a brat — rhymes with "squat" — is a very popular sausage. So what's "spanking the brat"? Seems like another one of the many euphemisms for masturbation.But the NYT is not Wisconsin, so it must be brat — rhymes with "slat" — "a child, so called in contempt" (to quote Samuel Johnson's "Dictionary of the English Language"). What brat would Nancy Pelosi be spanking? I'm thinking Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez or maybe Rashida...
Tags: Headlines, Law, Hillary Clinton, United States, House, Language, Wisconsin, Brats, Nancy Pelosi, Rhetoric, Motherhood, Hillary, Trump, Sartre, Samuel Johnson, Pelosi


US election 2020: The Democrat candidates who are running for president

Tulsi Gabbard, the Democratic US Representative of Hawaii, has become the latest Democrat to throw her hat in the ring for the US presidential election in 2020.  In remarks aired by CNN on Friday, Ms Gabbard said she intended to pursue a challenge to Republican President Donald Trump. "I have decided to run and will be making a formal announcement within the next week," Ms Gabbard said. She is the latest to join what is expected to be a crowded Democratic primary field before the November 2020 p...
Tags: News, Maryland, Congress, Washington, White House, Massachusetts, Iraq, Elizabeth Warren, US, Barack Obama, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Syria, Ap, Cnn, Hillary Clinton


Julian Castro Jumps Into 2020 Democratic Presidential Fray

Castro has been considered a rising star in the Democratic Party -- he was a contender to be Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016 -- but he’ll be entering a race that’s likely to include candidates with higher national profiles and well-established fundraising operations. “We’re going to make sure that the promise of America is available to everyone,’’ Castro said before a cheering crowd on Saturday in his home town of San Antonio, Texas.
Tags: News, America, Hillary Clinton, Castro, Democratic Party, Julian Castro


Julian Castro Announces 2020 Presidential Run

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Assailing President Donald Trump for “a crisis of leadership,” former Obama Cabinet member Julian Castro joined the 2020 presidential race Saturday as the rush of Democrats making early moves to challenge the incumbent accelerates, while anticipation grows around bigger names still considering a White House run. Castro, who could end up being the only Latino in what is shaping up to be a crowded Democratic field, made immigration a centerpiece of his announcement in his home...
Tags: Texas, News, Maryland, Congress, California, Mexico, White House, Massachusetts, Barack Obama, Ap, Hillary Clinton, Hawaii, Nevada, Donald Trump, San Antonio, Castro


Former Obama housing chief Julian Castro announces presidential run

By PAUL J. WEBER | Associated Press SAN ANTONIO — Assailing President Donald Trump for “a crisis of leadership,” former Obama Cabinet member Julian Castro joined the 2020 presidential race Saturday as the rush of Democrats making early moves to challenge the incumbent accelerates, while anticipation grows around bigger names still considering a White House run. Castro, who could end up being the only Latino in what is shaping up to be a crowded Democratic field, put immigration and the record-lo...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Texas, News, Maryland, Obama, Congress, California, Mexico, White House, Massachusetts, Barack Obama, Sport, Soccer, Hillary Clinton, Hawaii


Tucker Carlson slams markets, echoes rhetoric of leftists

SACRAMENTO – When I heard Fox News’ host Tucker Carlson’s rambling attack on “market capitalism,” I was reminded of that circular theory of politics. Some political thinkers go so far to the right that they end up around the bend on the left and vice versa. Some of Carlson’s monologue could have been spewed by any modern progressive. It reminded me not just of the unpredictable ideological places that President Trump has taken the GOP, but specifically of Hillary Clinton’s infamous credo, “It ta...
Tags: Opinion, Sacramento, America, Sport, Soccer, Gop, Hillary Clinton, Fox News, Vox, Hillary, Bernie Sanders, Clinton, Trump, Sanders, Tucker Carlson, Carlson


Sanders’ 2020 Ambitions May Be On Shaky Ground Amid Allegations

NEW YORK (AP) — Allies of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are rallying behind the embattled presidential prospect, even as they reluctantly begin to ponder a painful possibility: a 2020 presidential field without him. The 77-year-old self-described democratic socialist is the most prominent presidential contender to face a serious setback in the nascent 2020 campaign season. He’s been forced to confront a series of reports detailing allegations of sexual harassment of women by male staffers when ...
Tags: New York, News, Senate, Ap, Hillary Clinton, National Nurses United, Capitol Hill, Donald Trump, Vermont, Bernie Sanders, Clinton, Sanders, Democratic, Democratic Party, Bernie, Bernie Run


Wealthy Chappaqua Catholics start school for poor boys at the urging of their priest

Their priest worked among the poor during the week and preached on the weekends to Bill and Hillary Clinton's neighbors in Chappaqua, New York.            [Author: Rockland/Westchester Journal News]
Tags: News, Hillary Clinton, Bill, Chappaqua New York, Rockland Westchester Journal News


Montana GOPer Proposes State Give ‘Small Token’ Of $8M For Trump’s Wall

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A Montana politician is proposing the state give more than $8 million to help build President Donald Trump’s proposed wall on the Mexican border as a government shutdown over the $5.7 billion project continues. The proposal seems unlikely to pass in a state with a Democratic governor exploring a run for president. At least one other state, South Dakota, is considering voicing support for Trump’s wall. But Montana, which last year faced a massive budget shortfall, appears to ...
Tags: News, Congress, Montana, Mexico, Senate, Canada, Hillary Clinton, South Dakota, Donald Trump, Trump, Legislature, Steve Bullock, HELENA Mont AP, Summer Concepcion, Scott Sales, Casey Schreiner


Children in Virginia's Trump supporting counties became more abusive

Kids are bigger bullies in counties that voted for the incoherent mobster. NPR reports: After the 2016 presidential election, teachers across the country reported they were seeing increased name-calling and bullying in their classrooms. Now, research shows that those stories — at least in one state — are confirmed by student surveys. Francis Huang of the University of Missouri and Dewey Cornell of the University of Virginia used data from a school climate survey taken by over 150,000 stu...
Tags: Post, Video, Kids, News, Virginia, Hillary Clinton, Npr, University Of Virginia, Donald Trump, Cornell, Clinton, Trumpism, Trump, University of Missouri, Huang, American Educational Research Association


These $10 Waxing Strips Will Convince You To Toss Your Razor

Women are the world's most resourceful creatures for a number of reasons, but my personal favorite is the fact that for thousands of years, without fail, they have been able to find inventive ways to remove their body hair.Granted, we're in the midst of a movement that empowers and encourages women to ignore the hairless standards impressed upon us. But we still can't deny millennia worth of body-grooming history, which happens to include evidence of prehistoric cave drawings suggesting we once...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hillary Clinton, Hillary, Joey, Chandler, Waxine