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Fed Candidate Taylor Courts Trump And Downplays His Rule (Again)

Fed Candidate Taylor Courts Trump And Downplays His Rule (Again)
Conveniently, since he remains a front runner (admittedly well behind Powell) to become the next Fed Chairman, John Taylor was able to inject a few soundbites into the media-sphere yesterday. As Bloomberg reports, John Taylor, the Stanford professor who is among the finalists that President Donald Trump is considering to lead the Federal Reserve, argued Thursday that faster U.S. economic... Read More

DHS Releases Images Of Border Wall Prototypes

DHS Releases Images Of Border Wall Prototypes
The White House wasn’t going to let minor details like the fact that Congress hasn’t appropriated any money to fund construction of President Trump’s promised border wall stop it from building eight prototypes in Otay Mesa, near San Diego. And with few expecting the Democrats to accept the White House’s demands relating to a tentative deal that Trump struck with... Read More

Trump Seeks Historic $3.6 Trillion In Spending Cuts, Including Selling Half The US Strategic Oil Reserve

Trump Seeks Historic $3.6 Trillion In Spending Cuts, Including Selling Half The US Strategic Oil Reserve
More details of President Donald Trump's first budget proposal were reported Monday by Bloomberg and Reuters. The leaks add to the picture of what we know about Trump’s budget, which also includes a flurry of leaks published by The Washington Post, the Associated Press and Bloomberg late Sunday, which fleshed out Trump’s plans to slash entitlement spending. In total, the... Read More

Former CIA Officer: “The Intelligence Confirms The Russian Account On Syria”

Former CIA Officer: “The Intelligence Confirms The Russian Account On Syria”
Authored by Robert Parry via ConsortiumNews.com, President Trump earned neocon applause for his hasty decision to attack Syria and kill about a dozen Syrians, but his rash act has all the earmarks of a “wag the dog” moment. Just two days after news broke of an alleged poison-gas attack in northern Syria, President Trump brushed aside advice from some U.S.... Read More

Lee Stranahan: ‘Ideological Coup’ By Kushner-Linked Goldman Globalists Destroying Trump White House

Lee Stranahan: ‘Ideological Coup’ By Kushner-Linked Goldman Globalists Destroying Trump White House
After Wikileaks revelations that Citigroup picked Obama's cabinet, it appears the Trump administration is succumbing to 'same globalism, different bank.' Weeks after the Daily Mail exposed an internal struggle between Kushner-linked Goldman Sachs operatives and Trump advisor Steve Bannon, it has become clear that an "ideological coup" led by globalist bankers is well underway - claiming populist Steve Bannon as their latest victim. This ties in with Roger Stone's warning that Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has been leaking... Read More

WSJ reports that Susan Rice Was Not Alone In “Unmasking” Team Trump

WSJ reports that Susan Rice Was Not Alone In “Unmasking” Team Trump
As part of its daily wrap of the Susan Rice newsflow, which focused on her first media appearance since she was "outed" as the persona responsible for "unmasking" members of team Trump, the WSJ provides two new pieces of incremental information: i) in addition to Michael Flynn, at least one more member of the Trump transition team was "unmasked" in... Read More

China Backs Russia To Veto Western-Backed UN Sanctions On Syria

China Backs Russia To Veto Western-Backed UN Sanctions On Syria
The Trump administration's early attempts to change, and restore, ties with Russia may be fading fast, but at least when it comes to relations between Russia and its western counterparts at the United Nations, absolutely nothing has changed. And, as has been the case for the past three years, the antagonism was on full front display when Russia, now without... Read More

In Blistering Interview, Conway Tells Chuck Todd “We Are Going To Have To Rethink Our Relationship With The Press”

In Blistering Interview, Conway Tells Chuck Todd “We Are Going To Have To Rethink Our Relationship With The Press”
To members of the mainstream media, it would appears 'size matters', as the Inauguration crowd-gate debacle continues following Sean Spicer's unusual press conference yesterday. During a combative interview this morning with NBC's Chuck Todd, Trump top advisor Kellyanne Conway blasted media "falsehoods," crushing Todd's 'size' issues by noting that "Presidents aren't judged by crowd sizes at their inauguration, they're judged... Read More