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      Abbreviated rules   07/28/2017

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  1. What part of as EDITOR in chief he reviews all content are you ignoring. Your claim that editors do not look at truth and accuracy is complete BS. Regardless He found the story to be of interest. Pretty much confirms that it was based in fact.
  2. Then why do they have an editor in chief that overseas ALL content? Andy Serwer Editor in Chief Andy Serwer is the editor in chief for Yahoo Finance, where he oversees all editorial content from breaking news to in-depth stories to original video programming. He was previously the managing editor of Fortune and worked at Time Inc. for 29 years. He has been a regular guest on MSNBC’S Morning Joe and CNBC’s Squawkbox and many other TV and radio programs.
  3. US votes against anti Nazi resolution

    Did you look at the date on your STORY. November 17 2016. and the lemmings follow along. LOL
  4. Exactly. You rarely see someone on the right completely dismissing a story based on the view that FOX, the WSJ or even the Washington Times haven’t reported it. I guarentee that if this story was not true the lefty sources would already be attacking FOX for reporting it. As to Yahoo of course they repeat NEWS stories, but they still vet them and would not knowingly repeat a false story. Certainly not one that puts the Obama administration in a bad light.
  5. Is Yahoo a right wing bullshit propaganda news source? https://finance.yahoo.com/video/why-does-irs-lois-lerner-231826884.html
  6. Next up, John Conyers

    So Kelly’s Anne was talking about the tax plan. Not sure how that fits the distraction narrative. I was on the record, early on that Moore needs to step down, regardless of the impact on the senate. Doesnt surprise me that politicians will look at keeping power over values, both sides do it. Bill Clinton is a classic example.
  7. Next up, John Conyers

    The MSM fucking hates Trump. They are simply doing what they do best covering the sensational vs the mundane. A 32 year old feeling up a 14 year old vs corporate tax rate - not even close, in the bleeds it leads media mentality. I wouldn’t worry about the tax plan I’m sure the GOP will screw it up again.
  8. Next up, John Conyers

    Now this is a classic response by Conyers: Conyers admits settlement after report on sexual conduct with ex-staffers – but denies allegations By Brooke Singman | Fox News
  9. Back on topic. WSJ picks up the story. Will that shame the rest of the MSM to cover it? https://www.wsj.com/articles/lois-lerner-doesnt-trust-you-1511219152 Lois Lerner Doesn’t Trust You “You can’t handle the truth,” the former IRS official tells the American people In his courtroom apologia in the film “A Few Good Men,” Jack Nicholson’s Col. Nathan Jessup made the words famous. Now, in her bid to keep her testimony in a recently settled tea-party lawsuit against the IRS secret, Lois Lerner has picked up the Jessup argument: “You can’t handle the truth!”
  10. Consumer confidence has skyrocketed. Wall Street is up based on what Trump has done and what he has promised If the economy had tanked as Mark Cuban and others warned, if Trump was elected you sure as hell would not be blaming Obama’s budget. It would have been daily threads reporting the terrible effect Trump has had on the economy. Suck it up the person in power gets the credit and at the same time gets the blame if things go south. You can’t have it both ways.
  11. We get it you hate Trump. But please show where I’m carrying his water by pointing out how solid the economy is? Better question why do you ridicule American economic growth? If I’m wrong prove it. If not wallow in your own self pity that Hillary lost and the country elected an idiot in place of the chosen one.
  12. Poor SNOWFLAKES. the economy started surging from the moment Trump was elected. The predictions were a Trump win would cause a huge sell off. The exact opposite has taken place. I agree that the president, any president gets more credit and blame, for the economy than they are actually responsible for. I don’t expect you to give any credit to Trump, but like the article says it’s getting harder and harder to ignore the tremendous positives.
  13. Sounds like they are talking about you http://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/360456-credit-trump-for-boosting-business-and-fueling-our-economic-growth Progressive Democrats are in a tough spot. It is increasingly difficult to ignore that the economy is surging under President Trump. Both business and consumer confidence are above pre-recession levels. Just this week, the National Federation of Independent Businesses released its Small Business Optimism Index, which continued its “historically strong performance” extending “the streak of positive months dating back to last November, when it shot up immediately following the election.” The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index increased in October “to its highest level in almost 17 years” dating back to December 2000. The latest labor market report was solid with the official unemployment rate at a 17-year low and a broader measure many economists consider the real unemployment rate, known as the U-6 rate, is at a 16-year low. For the first time in three years, gross domestic product has grown by at least 3 percent for two consecutive quarters. The reports from main street are also positive.
  14. Really are the kids still there? I think he had every right to call out the ungrateful father. As to the country under his leadership I suggest you read up on how the economy is doing.
  15. You must really have selective news sources https://www.cbsnews.com/news/you-voted-donald-trump-yelled-man-beaten-chicago-streets/ http://www.nj.com/essex/index.ssf/2016/08/man_attacked_by_stranger_who_questioned_his_trump.html https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2016/jun/02/donald-trump-san-jose-rally-protesters-clash-supporters