No Spin News   |   Wednesday, January 17
If Donald Trump used words that hurt American foreign policy, and I believe he did, that's wrong. But six days of hysterical coverage saying that he's mentally ill? Come on.

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Bill's Message of the Day
Senator John McCain is a smart guy and a patriot.  But he also holds a grudge.  In the case of President Trump, a major grudge that has affected the entire country.

You’ll remember it was John McCain’s vote that allowed Obamacare to continue as the law of the land.  The government program would have been repealed had McCain voted with his fellow republicans in the senate. His explanation was that he wanted any health care adjustment to include democrat votes.  A sweet midnight dream but certainly not a reality in this polarized time.
No Spin News   |   Tuesday, January 16
So, to me, it makes me angry and I'm glad I'm not in it anymore because it's corrupt now and I know it's corrupt. I know everybody's licking their finger, putting it into the wind. What should I say? Am I going to get in trouble if I say something? Is somebody going to call me a racist?

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No Spin News   |   Monday, January 15
Barack Obama started this governing for a segment of the American population. And Trump has continued it with a whole different segment. But it's the same philosophy.

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New Column from O'Reilly
President Trump finds himself increasingly isolated on the issue of race.  Even though his pro-business economic policies seem to be benefiting African-Americans and Latinos, his tough guy rhetoric about immigration has brought about another needless round of divisive racial accusations.
O'Reilly's History Quiz

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was born on January 15, 1929, in what city?

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News Quiz

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O'Reilly on The Blaze
Bill and Beck analyze Trump's recent immigration comments as well as other news from the past few weeks.
Stratfor's Intel Briefing
Active U.S. and Russian engagement in Syria over the past few years has crowded out Turkey's ambitions for and pursuits in the country, but now its patience is wearing thin.
No Spin News   |   Thursday, January 11
The anti-Trump press only wants to hear bad things about Donald Trump. And the anti-Trump press is about 80 percent of it. They don't look to see if the bad things are true. If it's bad, they're going to broadcast it, they're going to print it. That's their truth.

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Latest Headlines

A class taught this spring at Ohio State University will review a parade of reasons why white heterosexual masculinity is allegedly problematic, tackling the topic from the constructs of racial issues, bullying, pop culture, societal expectations and much more, according to its syllabus.

With the reading of their own version of a Declaration of Independence, founders of the state of New California took the first steps to what they hope will eventually lead to statehood.

Fox News did not publish a story the network had on an alleged sexual relationship between President Trump and adult-film actress Stephanie Clifford during the 2016 presidential election, according to a new report.
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster traveled to San Francisco over the weekend to meet in secret with officials from South Korea and Japan to discuss the North Korea problem.
Younger illegal immigrants in Arizona make up a far larger percentage of the state’s prison inmates than their share of the population would suggest, according to a new analysis.
The first year of the Trump administration was as turbulent for the news media as it was for politics, with many journalists dropping any pretense of professionalism to become strident opponents of the President. As a proxy for the larger establishment media, the Media Research Center analyzed every moment of coverage of President Trump last year on the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts, usually seen by more than 25 million people each night

The 2017 Gallup / Knight Foundation Survey on Trust, Media, and Democracy reported that few Americans agree on the definition of "fake news."

"The problem is that 'fake news' has become completely politicized and weaponized," said Tim Franklin, a senior associate dean at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, in Politico.

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen confirmed Tuesday that her department has asked federal prosecutors to see if they can lodge criminal charges against sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal deportation efforts.

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President Trump seemed visibly irked when Jim Acosta asked whether he wants only immigrants from "Caucasian or white" countries