dc CB I use AdBlocker. Going to Wapo site I get a message: "Great journalism needs you. Support The Washington Post in one easy way. Unlock our Ads."
their ex of Great journalism: Cindy Boren reported that a Nigerian MD, Bennet Omalu, “whose credentials and tenacity are well known,” has surmised that Clinton’s medical issues could be due to a poisoning by Putin. link
I get better entertainment from National Equirer
dc CB 01:50:53 GMT - 09/20/2016
Mtl JP 01:38
Trump's rally was packed and he read his Tale of the Snake to cheers.
Hillary's hard to tell because if no one showed up, you'll not find in in the press, only the Alt Press.
That's why I posted that other link - Jenniferr's Bllomberg page, that's the stuff she reports, she's on Hil's press plane, if she didn't pitch softballs and ask about the Ruskies, she's be off it tout suite.
might be time for reinvestments like see cash on side get in markets setup for it interesting drought tear after 6years?
dc CB 01:41:00 GMT - 09/20/2016
JP, the WaPo did this yesterday, and I think it cost them most of their subscribers. Jeff Bezos has suceeded in destroying a once great bastion of the 4th Estate.
In the face of a growing ACLU and Amnesty-led campaign to secure a pardon for Snowden, timed to this weekend’s release of the Oliver Stone biopic “Snowden,” the Post editorial page today not only argued in opposition to a pardon, but explicitly demanded that Snowden — the paper’s own source — stand trial on espionage charges
In doing so, the Washington Post has achieved an ignominious feat in U.S. media history: the first-ever paper to explicitly editorialize for the criminal prosecution of its own source — one on whose back the paper won and eagerly accepted a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. But even more staggering than this act of journalistic treachery against the paper’s own source are the claims made to justify it.
Luntz also played a set of soundbites from Clinton and Trump talking about Social Security. (The session was sponsored by AARP.) The dials went down time after time. After one Clinton soundbite, Luntz asked why.
"Everything she said there, she's so full of s—t," said one man.
"They're lying — they're speaking words but they don't mean anything," said one.
"They both do a great job of making you not want to pick either one of them," said another.
"It sounds like just so much bulls—t, over and over and over," said yet another.
This is obviously a different sort of election, and no one should be surprised if voters are reacting to the candidates differently than in the past.
Epstein is a graduate of Princeton University, where she majored in history and was managing editor of the Daily Princetonian
dc CB 17:37:01 GMT - 09/19/2016
Bloomberg Politics reporter Jennifer Epstein asked Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during a press conference Monday whether she believed the previous weekend’s terrorist attacks in New York and Jersey were a plot– possibly carried out by the Russians— to get her Republican opponent Donald Trump more votes.
“Are you concerned that this weekend’s attacks or potential incidents in the coming weeks might be an attempt by ISIS or ISIS sympathizers, or really any other group, maybe the Russians...."
ClintonBloomberg Politics reporter Jennifer Epstein asked Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during a press conference Monday whether she believed the previous weekend’s terrorist attacks in New York and Jersey were a plot– possibly carried out by the Russians— to get her Republican opponent Donald Trump more votes.
“Are you concerned that this weekend’s attacks or potential incidents in the coming weeks might be an attempt by ISIS or ISIS sympathizers, or really any other group, maybe the Russians, to influence the presidential race in some way and presumably try to drive votes to Donald Trump, who is, as you’ve said before, widely seen as perhaps being somebody who they would be more willing to– or see as an easier person to be against?” she asked.
“Well, Jennifer, I don’t want to speculate,” Clinton said. “But here’s what we know. and I think it is important for voters to know and hear this and weigh it in making their choice in November; we know that a lot of the rhetoric we’ve heard from Donald Trump has been seized on by terrorists"
dc CB 16:10:14 GMT - 09/19/2016
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government has mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrants from countries of concern to national security or with high rates of immigration fraud who had pending deportation orders, according to an internal Homeland Security audit released Monday.
Mistakenly awarding citizenship to someone ordered deported can have serious consequences because U.S. citizens can typically apply for and receive security clearances or take security-sensitive jobs.
At least three of the immigrants-turned-citizens were able to acquire aviation or transportation worker credentials, granting them access to secure areas in airports or maritime facilities and vessels. Their credentials were revoked after they were identified as having been granted citizenship improperly, Roth said in his report.
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