Trump isn’t the first president impeached for tweaking nose of Congress

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These seem like unprecedented times, but they aren’t. If Donald Trump is being railroaded for his policy beliefs, he is not the first one — not even the first president. Andrew Johnson was impeached in 1868, in the last year of his term as president after succeeding Abraham Lincoln, for similar insubstantial charges. In fact,


Steve Bannon’s advice for President Trump — Call the Bidens as witnesses!

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Steve Bannon may be the most infuriating person on Team Trump. He is one of the smartest, for sure, but his willingness to shoot from the hip has gotten him into trouble repeatedly. That’s why he isn’t really on Team Trump any more. His wisecracks to author Michael Wolff about President Trump were what put

Identity of Deep State coup’s ‘whistleblower’ finally goes mainstream

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One week ago, I asked “Why don’t you know who the whistleblower is?” and identified him as Eric Ciaramella. This was a follow up to a column in which I proposed that “you don’t know the identity of the fake Ukrainian whistleblower … because Adam Schiff and his minders don’t want you to know —

The death of Jeffrey Epstein: Famed pathologist Michael Baden votes murder

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Chaucer said it best: “Murder will out.” That old saying may be proved true yet again in the mysterious death of Jeffrey Epstein, the multimillionaire hedonistic narcissist who is rumored to have organized pedophiliac orgies for the rich and famous. Although he had been tried on sex-related charges previously, he had mostly escaped justice. Then,

‘I am part of the resistance inside the news media,’ and I’m not anonymous

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(This is one of the last columns I wrote as editor of the Daily Inter Lake in Kalispell, Montana, where I worked for 34 years before retiring at the end of September, 2018. As you can see, I marched to a different drummer than the stereotypical liberal journalist! This column is reprinted in my collection