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  1. Who?
  2. Saw he said it was just a regular intelligence meeting earlier today.
  3. Lol it was funny BC for months I got tons and tons of Twitter responses to my tweet and I couldn't figure out how so many were seeing it and why I was getting a lot of followers...then someone linked to was surreal...haha
  4. Oh well, I got Snopes fame for calling him out! I'm famous! Lol
  5. Took him long enough...I called him out over fake pics he was spreading months ago...he should've admitted it then.
  6. Not a fan of the CBO....they've been "off" in the past.
  7. I don't think I've ever seen Hugh Hewitt so steamed....he's usually a pretty thoughtful, mellow guy: And some Hume as well:
  8. A HATEFUL budget? Lol...
  9. Anyone have a really good NON-PARTISAN explanation of what's in the AHCA?
  10. I'm not even fully sure how I feel about the AHCA, and when I look at opinions by others I respect, they're all over the place. Hugh Hewitt is conservative...and he's going to lose his mind if it doesn't pass the House. He's calling for a vote so he knows who to hold accountable if it doesn't pass. Of course, he also likes Ryan, I think, so... Crazy stuff...
  11. Boy, everything that comes out is so freaking political.
  12. Nunes Calls Comey, Rogers For "Closed Session" After Finding "Concerning Info" In Intel Reports Last night we highlighted a Fox News story which suggested that Devin Nunes expected the NSA to deliver a "smoking gun" which would prove that the Obama administration spied on the Trump transition team, and possibly the president-elect himself, as early as today. Moments ago, Nunes fanned that speculation by holding an impromptu press conference announcing that he'll call both FBI Director Comey and NSA Director Rogers before a closed session of the House Intelligence Committee to discuss topics which "they couldn't answer in a public setting." Also: Nunes also revealed that President Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, has volunteered to testify before the House Intelligence Committee on his alleged connections to Russia.
  13. Interestingly, I follow Don Jr. on Twitter and he just re-tweeted a negative story from the NY Post on this Internet privacy stuff. Wonder if Dad would veto?
  14. Yeah, I can't say I agree with this one from what I've seen. Unless somebody can provide me a better reason, R's messed up on that.
  15. Yeah, only thing I could find doing a search was that ISP's claim they're at a disadvantage because they aren't allowed to do what Google, Facebook, etc. are able to do.