Trump’s corruption

Forbes magazine has done a deep dive into the President’s real estate holdings and discovered that he’s getting paid approximately 175 million bucks a year in rent from tenants like the government of China and major banks like UBS, Barclays, J P Morgan and Bank of America. Coincidentally (or was it?) In December, Trump tenants …

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Trump goes to Davos

As I just heard NBC’s Ali Velshi say, “Davos is Globalist Central.” So why is “America Firster” Donald Trump going there? Ostensibly, to be a salesman for his nationalist vision. “The president’s appearance is there to sell his accomplishments, to remind the world that we’re open for business, that we’re a competitive country,” [Gary] Cohn …

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Kentucky Governor Bevin is a spoiled child

Bevin (do I have to tell you he’s a Republican?) has been trying to get rid of the Medicaid expansion put in place by his Democratic predecessor since the day he took office. He just issued an order that says if his newly-minted work requirement for able-bodied Medicaid recipients is thrown out by a court …

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So the author of the Trump book isn’t the most savory of journalists. So what?

All of Wolff’s excerpts from Fire & Fury so far (the book was rushed into stores today) read like jayvee fan fiction. They read like a pilot that Steve Bannon himself wrote, pitched to Hollywood, and had rejected 17 times over. They read, in short, like bullshit. And yet…Wolff has audio. He’s got hours upon …

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What a peculiar coincidence.

Amanda Marcotte at Salon notices something odd: “Now we find out that many of these journalists who seemed convinced that Clinton had a deep, dark secret were likely harboring guilty secrets of their own.” “When one looks down the lengthening list of prominent male journalists who have been credibly accused of sexual harassment, one thing …

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