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Will new wrinkle in Trump Jr./Russia story render MSM temporarily incurious?

**Written by Doug Powers Safe prediction: Much of the same MSM that suddenly started clamoring to be the next Woodward and/or Bernstein in mid-January after a drooling 8-year trance won’t be overly curious about this new wrinkle in the Donald Trump Jr./Russian lawyer story. Here’s why: The Russian lawyer who penetrated Donald

The crisis in America’s crime labs

The crisis in America’s crime labs by Michelle MalkinCreators Syndicate Copyright 2017 Junk science endangers lives. Forensic junk science in the hands of overzealous prosecutors, ignorant police detectives and reckless experts threatens liberty. There is a crisis in America’s government-run crime labs — and it’s not just the result of a few rogue operators.

NY Times’ David Brooks describes ordeal of lunching with a rube

**Written by Doug Powers Michelle wrote years ago that NYT columnist David Brooks will “never let an opportunity pass to remind you that he is an intellectual and you are a grimy member of the unwashed masses.” Brooks’ Tuesday column proves that nothing’s changed: I was braced by Reeves’s book, but after

Former future leader of free world now hawking ‘nasty’ shirts for Planned Parenthood

**Written by Doug Powers I can’t quite put my finger on it, but something seems to have gone horribly awry for Hillary Clinton at some point between this… And this… Hard to believe she lost, isn’t it? The proceeds go to Planned Parenthood, which in turn goes to Democrats, who in turn complain

US successfully tests THAAD anti-missile system in Pacific

The US military has said its controversial THAAD missile defence system successfully shot down a target during a test over the Pacific Ocean. THAAD, or Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, halted a simulated, ballistic intermediate-range missile like the ones being developed by North Korea. The test was planned months ago,

State Police: Evangeline Parish deputy attacked, ‘saw stars’ before fatal shooting [ trunc ]

The Louisiana State Police released new details Monday of a fatal officer-involved shooting last week that has sparked controversy in Evangeline Parish, saying the deputy who opened fire on an ATV driver had been attacked during a 4 a.m. traffic stop. The Evangeline Parish Sheriff's Office deputy, who has not