Business Media Knew Donald Trump Is Mentally Ill Back in the 1980s

‘Clinical sociopath’ Trump’s ‘mental illness’ helps him lie to people: business reporter by Kurt Eichenwald Jan 13, 2019 I have known Donald Trump since 1987. Like everyone else who knows him well, before he became a politician, I know he is liar, a narcissist, and eventually I knew he was mentally ill. At that time, … Continue reading Business Media Knew Donald Trump Is Mentally Ill Back in the 1980s

Families of Sandy Hook Victims Score Legal Victory Against Performance Artist Alex Jones and Infowars

Families of the Sandy Hook victims are suing Jones, saying he promoted lies about the school shooting to profit from their pain. By Claudia Koerner, BuzzFeed Jan 12, 2019 Alex Jones will have to turn over his tax returns, business plans, and marketing data in a lawsuit with families of Sandy Hook victims, who say … Continue reading Families of Sandy Hook Victims Score Legal Victory Against Performance Artist Alex Jones and Infowars

What Is a Marginal Tax Rate? The Rich Are Misleading You

  Most people don’t understand how tax rates work, and the wealthy exploit this lack of knowledge. by Kevin Mathews Care2 Jan 8, 2019 When new Congressional phenom Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently floated a 70 percent marginal tax rate to help pay for the Green New Deal, the panicked response from Americans exposed an important truth: most people don’t … Continue reading What Is a Marginal Tax Rate? The Rich Are Misleading You

It’s Not An Easy Thing To Admit When You’re Wrong; That’s Why I Won’t Do It

by Bob Lansdown All of us do or say the wrong thing from time to time. It’s my belief that what matters most is not the mistakes we make in life, but how we choose to respond after we’ve made them. Refusing to acknowledge our errors is easy: We simply presume that we are correct … Continue reading It’s Not An Easy Thing To Admit When You’re Wrong; That’s Why I Won’t Do It

That sophisticated, specific Russian 2016 voter targeting effort doesn’t seem to exist

by  Philip Bump  Washington Post Jan 9, 2019 The revelation on Tuesday that Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, shared polling data with a colleague in Ukraine who had ties to Russian intelligence predictably kicked up a furor of speculation about the significance of the move. This is what one of the Russia-Trump collusion scenarios looks like: … Continue reading That sophisticated, specific Russian 2016 voter targeting effort doesn’t seem to exist

What Is Donald Trump Actually Saying?

What are Donald Trump’s garbled, rambling, grammar-school level speeches actually saying? Linguistics experts attempt to explain. by Nickolaus Hines All That Is Interesting https://youtu.be/D06SKuQ7p5M There is something about the way Donald Trump speaks that makes many people want to listen. He’s made a number of discredited claims, spewed divisive rhetoric, and gone so far as … Continue reading What Is Donald Trump Actually Saying?

James Clapper’s Intelligence Community Assessment

On the 2nd anniversary of the “assessment” blaming Russia for “collusion” with Trump there is still no evidence other than that which shows the media “colluded” with the spooks.   By Ray McGovern Consortium News Jan 7, 2017 The banner headline atop page one of The New York Times print edition two years ago today, on January 7, 2017, set … Continue reading James Clapper’s Intelligence Community Assessment