In a dishonest effort to smear the constitutionalist John Birch Society, Washington Post columnist Marc Thiessen really made a mess of things, both for himself as well as for his editors and associates. It is the second time in as many months that a member of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations has used dishonesty in a bid to mislead uninformed Americans on the Birch Society.
But thanks to Thiessen's blatant error, the factual record on the Society is now being set straight again in newspapers all across America. And in the process, Thiessen's troubling links to “white nationalists,” and his bizarre belief that a notorious white supremacist defined the “respectable right,” is now becoming more widely known all over North America and beyond.
President Trump announced that he had selected Representative Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.), who is known for being a supporter of commercial space flight — and a climate realist — as his pick for NASA administrator.
By rejecting a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request related to its investigations of Hillary Clinton, the FBI seems to be continuing a trend of running interference for the former senator, former secretary of state, and former presidential candidate.
This lawsuit was going nowhere from the start. But its clumsy handling of it by the Times reveals what most know: the Times and the judge are in the bag.
Last week, President Trump signed an official directive reversing President Obama’s plan to incorporate transgender individuals into the military, but on Tuesday, Defense Secretary James Mattis announced that he would be freezing the military’s transgender ban pending the results of a study on how to seamlessly implement it.
The establishment media “crybullies” whine that President Trump’s speech at a Phoenix rally has them in fear for their lives.