When you give a speech while running for political office don't you stifle yourself when you are about to label a considerable number of the potential voters as a 'basket of deplorables'? What possible advantage can this kind of talk get you? The alt-right is beside itself with joy, and Romney's 47% is an apt comparison.
"Hillary Clinton Is Trying Really Hard to Repel Progressives".
"CNN says Al-Qaeda are ”heroes”" "Isis Fighter Reveals Group's Expansion Plans if Defeated in Syria"
"A constitutional crisis': the CIA turns on the Senate" (read the whole thing - note how the system is set up to screw over whistleblower heroes like Daniel Jones):
"Senior CIA officials had assured the Senate that the personnel performing the interrogations were vetted rigorously. Former director Michael Hayden told the committee in 2007 that “all of those involved in the questioning of detainees are carefully chosen and screened for demonstrated professional judgment and maturity.”
It was not always true. The committee had learned that some CIA interrogators had records of violent acts in their personal lives – to include domestic abuse and even sexual assault. Even without listing names or pseudonyms, Langley refused to let that fact become public, no matter how tenuously connected to US national security it was."I believe the traditional gift for the fifteenth anniversary is thermite.
Tweet (Lee Fang):
"Makers of Fentanyl, deadly opioid 50x stronger than heroin, gives $500k to campaign to keep marijuana illegal in AZ"."Univision Caves To Legal Pressure, Decides To Remove Old Gawker Posts". Haim Saban, the one-issue guy, now controls all the Gawker material.
The fine art of gentile management, prepping for Hillary's win. "In Saudi Arabia, a revolution disguised as reform" by Dennis Ross. "Getting Bill Out of the House" by Jeffrey Goldberg.
"NATO’s Expiration Date".
"UC Berkeley Offers Class in Erasing Jews From Israel, Destroying Jewish State".
"BUSH-HINCKLEY NEXUS: Reagan Gunman Released, Reviving Conspiracy Suspicions".