No Spin News   |   Wednesday, December 13
Whatever Mueller does is not going to be accepted by a large majority of Americans. It's a mess. The whole investigation is chaotic.

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Bill's Message of the Day
It is beyond shameful that the American people are being deceived by the national press.  Putting aside the major reporting mistakes by the media recently, yesterday’s attacks on President Trump by three women are a prime example of how the media consciously misreports important stories.
No Spin News   |   Monday, December 11
I'm not demonizing immigrants here, but they're not vetted. I mean, this guy wasn't vetted and so he's here and barely eking out a living and doesn't like it and wants to kill Americans. That's his story.

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Bill's Daily Briefing

Our roundup of today's news for your perusal.

  • Sen. Gillibrand: Trump Should Quit
  • Maxine Waters' Latest Slander
  • New World Record for Dumb Tweets in a Single Hour
O'Reilly's History Quiz

On December 10, 1901, the first Nobel Prizes were awarded in what country?

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Stratfor's Intel Briefing
The world's major sugar producers recently got a bitter surprise. In October, the European Union lifted restrictions on its sugar production that had been in place to keep prices stable since 1968. 
No Spin News   |   Thursday, December 7
He took shots at President Trump, equating his situation, Franken's situation, where he was forced to resign his seat, with Mr. Trump's. And of course, that's fallacious in the extreme.

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O'Reilly on The Blaze
Bill and Beck analyze the news from the week including the Al Franken resignation, the Mueller investigation, and Trump moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
Five Minute Fridays

Check out a "best of" of the No Spin News from this past week including clips on the tax reform bill, the Mueller/Russia investigation, and the resignation of Al Franken. 

Latest Headlines

As another Christmas quickly approaches, colleges across the country are issuing their annual guidelines on how to make the season as inclusive as possible.

A senior Justice Department official demoted last week for concealing his meetings with the men behind the anti-Trump “dossier” had even closer ties to Fusion GPS, the firm responsible for the incendiary document, than have been disclosed, Fox News has confirmed: The official’s wife worked for Fusion GPS during the 2016 election.

Bangladesh native Akayed Ullah taunted President Trump in a Facebook post minutes before igniting chaos near Times Square by detonating a pipe bomb loaded with metal screws in a crowded transit hub at rush hour, authorities alleged in a federal complaint filed Tuesday.

If Tina Fey can do it, why not her 30 Rock co-star Alec Baldwin? And if their SNL commander-in-chief can honcho her Broadway show, why not his as well?

Those were the questions raised Monday when Baldwin told Howard Stern he has Broadway in his sights for a solo show based on his Emmy-winning impersonation of President Donald Trump, with Lorne Michaels producing. Michaels is also producing Fey’s musical adaptation of Mean Girls, slated to arrive on Broadway in the spring.


A top member of President Trump’s outside legal team called Tuesday for the appointment of a separate special prosecutor to look into potential conflicts of interest involving Justice Department and FBI officials.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that there has been no official decision on whether the United States will participate in the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea but then clarified that the U.S. is looking forward to the Games.

Yet another member of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigative team is facing questions over potential bias after it emerged that she used to represent ex-Obama aide Ben Rhodes and the Clinton Foundation.

The former South Carolina police officer who shot and killed Walter Scott, an unarmed black man, following a traffic stop was sentenced Thursday to 20 years behind bars in a federal case stemming from the fatal encounter.

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Even though Roy Moore lost by two percentage points in Alabama, he and his supporters refuse to admit the obvious