No Spin News   |   Tuesday, July 17
We've got a lot of news to get to all swirling around today's historic talks between the U.S. and Russian presidents.

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Bill's Weekly Column
Russian interference in the 2016 election has succeeded in embarrassing our current president with ongoing allegations, gravely harming the FBI, creating partisan hatred among the American populace, and pretty much destroying the image of the American press as a seeker of truth.
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President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May held a fairly effective press conference today. Glenn Beck and I discussed it on the radio. We’ve posted it on the site.

But the most important story of the week is former FBI agent Peter Strzok exposing the entire Russia-collusion investigation. This is a criminal matter and Strzok’s documented bias against Donald Trump means there is “reasonable doubt” about the entire case. Period.

O'Reilly's History Quiz

On July 16, 1790, Congress what Act that made Washington, D.C. the nation's permanent capital?

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No Spin News   |   Thursday, July 12
It doesn't matter whether you think you weren't biased. For a criminal conviction to take place in this country...you've got to have evidence beyond a reasonable doubt.

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News Quiz

Have you been paying attention to the people and events making headlines this week? Try to beat last week's 7.8 average!

Stratfor's Intel Briefing

As Stratfor anticipated, no major agreements came out of the summit, though some of the key topics of discussion were highlighted in a joint press conference following the meeting.  

Bernie's Weekly Column

Every Sunday morning, at the crack of dawn, the New York Times arrives in my driveway. And every Sunday morning I try to resist the temptation to read the opinion pages because, as a general rule, I don’t like it when my head explodes.

No Spin News   |   Wednesday, July 11
Ok, so it's President Trump's excellent adventure. He's in Europe and he's causing all kinds of trouble.

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Video of the Day

Reacting to the joint press conference yesterday between President Trump an Russia President Putin, CNN analyst and former CIA official Philip Mudd wondered whether "almost a shadow government" will come out against President Donald Trump. "Curious point in American government: When do we see almost a shadow government come out and say, 'we cannot side with the government,' whether it's the Cabinet or the Senate," Mudd said during a broadcast in Helsinki, Finland.