Ivan Trump Squelches Daily Beast’s Hit Piece On Trump

Of course it was only a matter of time before the left tried to do to Trump what Obama did to his opponent, Jack Ryan, in his campaign for the US Senate. In this case, instead of Axelrod’s Chicago Tribune, it’s the Daily Beast who are doing the left’s spate work. But it turns out Ivana is not having any of it.

From the Daily Beast:

Ex-Wife: Donald Trump Made Me Feel ‘Violated’ During Sex

By Tim Mak, Brandy Zadrozny | July 27, 2015

Donald Trump introduced his presidential campaign to the world with a slur against Mexican immigrants, accusing them of being “rapists” and bringing crime into the country. “I mean somebody’s doing it!… Who’s doing the raping?” Donald Trump said, when asked to defend his characterization.


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Jeb Bush Says (In Spanish) Trump’s Comments Hurt Him

Illegal aliens now outnumber unemployed Americans. –  But Jeb Bush is still hurting from Trump’s comments.

From Breitbart:

Jeb Bush Tells MSNBC in Spanish Trump’s Immigration Comments ‘Hurt’ Him

By Katie McHugh | July 27, 2015

In an interview conducted solely in Spanish, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush tells MSNBC he’s “hurt” by GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s strident criticisms of Mexican criminal aliens coming across the border.

“I was hurt hearing somebody speaking in such a vulgar fashion. This makes solving this problem much more difficult. When we have politicians like that we cannot progress,” said Bush according to a translator…

Of course nobody wants to hurt Mr. Bush’s delicate feelings. But what about the unemployed Americans who can’t feed and clothe their families because illegal aliens are taking away their jobs?


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(Obama) Judge Orders Release Of Illegal Aliens Families

This is from last Friday but it hasn’t gotten any attention — despite being major news. Why is that?

From the New York Times:

Judge Orders Release of Immigrant Children Detained by U.S.

By JULIA PRESTON | July 25, 2015

A federal judge in California has ruled that the Obama administration’s detention of children and their mothers who were caught crossing the border illegally is a serious violation of a longstanding court settlement, and that the families should be released as quickly as possible.

What a surprise, huh? Who didn’t see this coming?

In a decision late Friday roundly rejecting the administration’s arguments for holding the families, Judge Dolly M. Gee of Federal District Court for the Central District of California found that two detention centers in Texas that the administration opened last summer fail to meet minimum legal requirements of the 1997 settlement for facilities housing children.


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Hillary Took Private Jet After Her Climate Change Speech

Note that Hillary once again calls global warming skeptics "deniers." Where is the outrage?

From the Daily Mail:

EXCLUSIVE: Video shows Hillary Clinton boarding private jet just hours after launching global-warming push – and she’s using a FRENCH aircraft that burns 347 gallons of fuel every hour!

By David Martosko | 27 July 2015

Just hours after Hillary Clinton unveiled her presidential campaign’s push to solve global warming through an aggressive carbon-cutting plan, she sauntered up the steps of a 19-seat private jet in Des Moines, Iowa. The aircraft, a Dassault model Falcon 900B, burns 347 gallons of fuel per hour.

And like all Dassault business jets, Hillary’s ride was made in France. The Trump-esque transportation costs $5,850 per hour to rent, according to the website of Executive Fliteways, the company that owns it.


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NYT Abjectly Apologizes To Readers (Hillary) For ‘Errors’

The New York Times’ actual mea culpa is 37 paragraphs, 1,554 words long. And in it their public editor practically covers herself in sackcloth and ashes.

From CNN Money:

New York Times tries to set record straight on botched Clinton email story

By Charles Riley | July 27, 2015

Four days after a major error in a story about Hillary Clinton’s emails, the New York Times has published [their public] editors’ note laying out what went wrong. The note, published late Monday night, said The Times’ initial story was based on "multiple high-level government sources," but acknowledged that as the paper walked back its reporting, corrections were slow to materialize, and substantial alterations "may have left readers with a confused picture."

The original story was published Thursday night.


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Wasserman Schultz Used A ‘Holocaust Analogy’ In 2013

The media is still up in arms about Huckabee referencing the holocaust. And they’re right. It’s absolutely outrageous to ever mention the holocaust — unless you are comparing man-made global warming skeptics to holocaust deniers.

From Breitbart:

Wasserman Schultz Slams Huckabee for Holocaust Reference, Made One In 2013

By Ian Hanchett | July 27, 2015

Congresswoman and DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL) criticized GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee for his comments that President Obama trusting Iran “will take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven” on Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Wolf.” Wasserman-Schultz said, “It is outrageous and unacceptable for any presidential candidate, any politician, to make cavalier references to — and analogies to the Holocaust, no matter how people feel about the Iran deal, no matter where anyone comes out on it, they are entitled to their opinion…

"[But to say] that there is some comparison to the six million Jews that lost their lives, and millions of other non-Jews in the gas chambers, to preventing Iran in a deal from achieving a nuclear weapon is an outrageous, unacceptable analogy, and Mike Huckabee owes the Jewish community and the American people an apology.”

Sorry, but we think it’s a pretty apt analogy.


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Obama Condemns Confederate Flag, While Still In Kenya

Obama never misses a chance to attack the US when he is abroad. Here he claims we are still racists because of the Confederate battle flag.

From Breitbart:

In Kenya, Obama Condemns Confederate Flag As A Bad Tradition

By Charlie Spiering | July 27, 2015

During his speech in Kenya, President Obama referred to the Confederate Flag in the United States as an example of a “bad tradition” that needed to be changed. “Just because something is a tradition doesn’t make it right,” he explained, telling the story of the recent public debate over the flag in South Carolina.

“This was a symbol for those states who fought against the Union to preserve slavery,” Obama explained to the rapt Kenyan audience, noting although the Confederate flag was an “historical artifact” it shouldn’t be a “symbol of heritage” in public places…

Yes and no.


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Iran’s FM Zarif: Deal Puts Israel In Irrecoverable Danger

Iran’s foreign minister and lead negotiator in nuclear talks seems to be confirming everything Benjamin Netanyahu told Congress back in March.

From the Washington Free Beacon:

Iran: Nuke Deal Permits Cheating on Arms, Missiles

By Adam Kredo | July 27, 2015

Iran’s foreign minister and lead negotiator in nuclear talks said that under the terms of the recently inked accord, the Islamic Republic is permitted to violate current embargoes on the shipment of arms and construction of missiles, according to recent comments made before Iran’s parliament.

Zarif, who spoke to the country’s parliament about the terms of the nuclear deal, also bragged that the finalization of the accord “puts the Zionist Regime in an irrecoverable danger,” according to an independent translation of his Persian language remarks provided to the Washington Free Beacon.


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Iran Will Give IAEA Its Samples From Parchin For Testing

This is unreal. The Parchin ‘side deal’ lets Iran collect the samples from Parchin what it will give the IAEA for testing. And if that is the case with Parchin, it’s probably true for all of Iran’s military bases.

From the Washington Free Beacon:

IAEA Would Depend on Iran to Collect its Own Samples for Nuclear Residue Testing

By Alana Goodman | July 28, 2015

International inspectors trying to determine whether Iran is conducting secret nuclear activities at its military sites will have to rely on material evidence provided by the Iranian government, according to a senator who attended a closed-door briefing with administration officials last week.

Sen. James Risch (R., Idaho) said at a Senate Foreign Relations hearing Thursday that Iran would be responsible for collecting its own samples from its military complex Parchin to turn over to international inspectors for nuclear residue testing.


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Feds Study How Men Look At Women When They Drink

Remember how at the height of the Ebola epidemic the NIH said they didn’t have enough money to develop an Ebola vaccines? They even (falsely) blamed Republicans in Congress. Well, they are too busy squandering their money on things like this.

From the Washington Free Beacon:

Feds Spend $222,172 Studying How Men Look at Women When They Drink

NIH study to limit ‘male-initiated sexual aggression toward female acquaintances’

By Elizabeth Harrington | July 27, 2015

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is spending over $200,000 to study how men drinking alcohol look at women. In an effort to limit “male-initiated sexual aggression toward female acquaintances,” researchers at the University of Iowa will analyze the actual eye movements of young men when they are drunk and sober.



CA AG To Probe Org That Exposed PPs Body Parts Sales

The Democrats undoubtedly think this will burnish Ms. Harris’ resume and help her in her efforts to win Barbara Boxer’s Senate seat. And the sad thing is, in California anyway, they are probably right.

From Breitbart:

Kamala Harris Will Investigate Group That Exposed Planned Parenthood’s Baby Body Parts Sales

By AWR Hawkins | July 25, 2015

On July 24, California Attorney General Kamala Harris (D) announced she will investigate whether the Center for Medical Progress broke any laws in videoing Planned Parenthood’s (PP) Dr. Deborah Nucatola…. On July 22, U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL-9th), Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA-19th), Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY-10th), and Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-NY-9th) sent a letter to Harris:

"The Center for Medical Progress created a fake limited liability corporation in advance of the meeting it recorded with a Planned Parenthood doctor.



Politico, AP Delight In GOP Senate ‘Smack Down’ Of Cruz

Apparently, it’s against the rules decorum of the US Senate to speak truth to power. Which explains a lot.

First from a cheering Politico:

Senate smackdown: Ted Cruz, Mike Lee efforts squelched by leaders

By Manu Raju and Burgess Everett | July 26, 2015

Ted Cruz just wanted a roll-call vote on Sunday. Instead, he got a smackdown.

You can just hear the glee from the reporters here. Besides, who cares if Iran gets the bomb? As long as conservative got ‘smacked down’ it’s worth it.

Republican leaders, led by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), delivered what senators described as punishment for Cruz’s brazen floor tactics — the Texas senator first accused McConnell of lying and later sought to change Senate procedures in order to push for an Iran-related amendment.



Trump Leads GOP Field By 14% After McCain Comments

But first there is other ‘horse race’ news from the MSM. Who are having kittens over Trump’s standing in the polls.

From Reuters:

Trump tops CNN poll of 2016 Republicans, says he leads ‘movement’

By John Whitesides | July 26, 2015

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Real estate magnate Donald Trump moved to the top of the 2016 Republican presidential field in a CNN poll released on Sunday, edging out rival Jeb Bush and gaining support from Republicans in the last month despite a series of controversial statements.

"Despite"? Maybe people actually like Trump’s ‘controversial statements.’ They might not even see them as controversial.

Trump was backed by 18 percent of Republicans in the CNN poll, which was conducted entirely after his July 18 criticism of Republican Senator John McCain’s war record.



Hillary Faces Enthusiasm Gap, Brings Up Global Warming

Plus, Bernie Sanders is pushing a bill to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour, while he pays his interns $12.

But first, from an increasingly nervous Washington Post:

Hillary Clinton confronts the enthusiasm gap on Iowa trip

By Vanessa Williams | July 26, 2015

AMES, Iowa — Hillary Rodham Clinton spent the weekend in Iowa confronting an enthusiasm gap facing her presidential candidacy by reminding the Democratic base that she has been a reliable warrior for the causes it cares about most.

Except hasn’t Hillary actually failed at everyone of her pet causes? First and foremost with Hillary-care.

Clinton talked about raising the minimum wage and continuing the push for overtime pay, paid family and sick leave, “and, yes, equal pay for equal work.” … She said she favored a wind-production tax credit and promised to soon announce a plan to provide relief for student loan debt…

Clinton called for harnessing the power of the sun to generate enough renewable energy to run every home in the country within the next decade, as part of a climate-change initiative announced Sunday.


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Hillary Says She Never ‘Knowingly’ Sent Classified Data

Hillary is basically arguing that if something wasn’t clearly marked as ‘classified’ then she had no way of knowing it was classified. Which is nonsense, of course.

From a suddenly skeptical Associated Press:

Hillary Clinton: I never knowingly sent classified data using private email

July 252015

Hillary Clinton said that she never knowingly sent or received classified information using her private email server on Saturday in Iowa.

The Clintons are past masters at weasel words such as ‘knowingly.’ Now instead of quibbling over the meaning of the word ‘is’ we can quibble over the meaning of the word ‘classified.’

The Democratic presidential candidate also stated that she did not know what messages were being cited by intelligence investigators as examples of emails containing classified information… Reporters raised the topic of the email during a brief news conference [at the Madison County Historical Complex].



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