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Trump Pleads Innocent, But Twitter Strongly Objects

February 3, 2018

This morning, President Trump woke angry and confused. As typically happens when he wakes that way, he took to Twitter to speak nonsense. Maybe Trump is taking this “most powerful man in the world” thing too seriously? He does understand…

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Trump Indictment Possible by Spring, Say White House Lawyers

February 2, 2018

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, v. DONALD J. TRUMP, defendant. That is how the cover page of the case file would likely read. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who President Trump once ordered fired,  has slowly worked his way through Team Trump. He…

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In Leaked Audio, GOP Senate Candidate Blames Prostitution on 1960’s

January 31, 2018

Maybe Democrats can find a way to work with President Trump that would allow him to construct his wall along the Mexican border? In return, they should ask for a fence around Missouri until election season is over. The “Crazy…

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Breaking: FBI Deputy Director Persecuted by Trump Steps Aside

January 29, 2018

The Feud between Trump and the FBI Deputy Director comes to a shocking end Andrew McCabe, the Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has officially chosen to step down from his position, and will fully retire in March. While…

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Of Course Sessions Manipulated Data to Support Trump Travel Ban

January 18, 2018

On Tuesday, the United States Department of Justice released a report titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States – Initial Section 11 Report.” A full copy of the report can be found here. As the…

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Comey Slams GOP’s Silence On Trump’s Dangerous Attacks on Law Enforcement

January 3, 2018

Comey is standing up to Trump again On Tuesday, Trump tweeted out a message insane even by his increasingly low standards in which he accused the Justice Department of being apart of the “deep state” and once again championed imprisoning…

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Trump’s AG Moves To Throw People In Prison — Just For Being Poor

December 28, 2017

If you’re poor, you’re screwed by Trump One of the many policies the Obama Administration enacted to protect people from the legal damnations of poverty was the ending of debtors’ prisons; institutions that exist for the sole purpose of entrapping…

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As Killer Cop Gets 20 Years, Video of AG Sessions Dismissing Police Violence Unearthed

December 7, 2017

What Sessions Really Thinks About Police violence comes out The relationship between police violence and minorities is a problem that goes all the way back to the post-Civil War era, where freed slaves had to deal with the antagonism and…

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Trump’s DOJ Battles Web Host For Private Information On 1.3 Million Resistance Members

August 15, 2017

Department of Justice Orders DreamHost To Fork Over Data On 1.3 Million Resistance Members Popular web hosting company DreamHost is currently embroiled in a feud with the Department of Justice in an effort to protect not only one of their…

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Leaker-in-Chief: Could Trump Be Prosecuted Under the New Department of Justice Directive?

August 7, 2017

The still nascent presidency of Donald Trump is rife with controversies and scandals. His financial conflicts of interests and unsavory connections to Russia have dominated his short tenure in office. Additionally, he has produced no legislative accomplishments. Most notably, the…

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