Wednesday, April 26, 2017


Remember back in 2008 when Obama made sure that Wall Street banks got bailed out while at the same time ignoring the plight of Main Street Americans who had to foot the bill?

Well, it looks like those favors will not go unrewarded, though it's not going to be Main Street that reaps the benefits.

Former president to receive $400,000 for a speech while most Americans have under $500 in their savings accounts

According to a new report, former President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak at a Wall Street conference and will receive $400,000 for his services. The conference is organized by Cantor Fitzgerald, an investment firm that was fined $22.5 million in 2016 for aiding and abetting illegal gambling and $7.3 million in 2015 for selling unregistered microcap shares.

The report was scoffed at by neo-liberals who staunchly defend Hillary Clinton’s ties to Wall Street. Throughout her presidential campaign, she delivered speeches to Goldman Sachs and other banks. Clinton loyalist and former adviser Peter Daou tweeted, “I’d like to hear what @BernieSanders has to say. Will he call Obama corrupt? Will he contemptuously say, “Must be some speech”?” Sanders should, and if he does, he would be right on both accounts. There is no benefit to the Democratic Party or its voters for the party leadership to ingrain themselves with Wall Street firms.

During a speech on April 24, Obama said, “Because of money and politics, special interests dominate the debates in Washington in ways that don’t match up with what the broad majority of Americans feel.” He is right, and people also feel that way because public officials court those special interests immediately upon leaving office. The solution to getting money out of politics isn’t politicians getting paid by financial firms to give a speech, stacking cabinet and advisory positions with former bankers, or accepting millions of dollars of campaign donations from them.

Monday, April 17, 2017


Even though this might be a first for social media (Facebook) it is not new in the general world of media.

Homicide or Hoax? A Brief History of 1976’s SNUFF

Police say a man killed someone on Facebook Live and a manhunt is underway Sunday.

The suspect broadcast the killing on Facebook Live around 2 p.m. ET, police said, and has claimed to have committed multiple other homicides which are yet to be verified.

Facebook Live murder: Steve Stephens manhunt in Cleveland - CBS News

Thursday, April 6, 2017


No matter how hard they try these political hacks will sooner or later be outed and subsequently cop to their dastardly deeds.

Susan Rice Keeps Changing Answer On Unmasking Trump | The Daily Caller

Though Barack Obama’s national security adviser at first feigned ignorance, once it was revealed that she was the one who made the dozens of requests seeking to unmask the identities of the associates, Rice defended her actions by saying they were for national security reasons and not politically motivated.

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Saturday, April 1, 2017


Both the Establishment and Main Stream Media just can't get it right when it comes to Trump. Why?

Simply put, he doesn't play by their rules.

Most politicians would not dare turn down invites from the MSM out of fear of  getting "bad" press. Not so  with Trump. In fact he miraculously thrives on negative press because the worse it is the more the American people reject it. 

White House to skip Correspondents' Dinner

No White House staff will attend next month’s White House Correspondents' Dinner in “solidarity” with their boss, Donald Trump, who is the first president to skip the dinner in decades.

"The White House informed the White House Correspondents’ Association this evening that White House staff will not be attending this year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner out of “solidarity” with President Trump, who has previously announced that he would skip the event,” WHCA President Jeff Mason said in a letter sent to the organization.

"The WHCA board regrets this decision very much. We have worked hard to build a constructive relationship with the Trump White House and believe strongly that this goal is possible even with the natural tension between the press and administrations that is a hallmark of a healthy republic. We made clear in our meeting tonight that President Trump, Vice President Pence, and White House staff continue to be welcome to join us at this dinner.”