No Spin News   |   Thursday, October 19
You know, this gold star families/President Trump controversy, it's another very depressing situation because there's so much hatred involved. Let me just run you through it, OK.

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Bill's Message of the Day

This controversy over Presidential phone calls to Gold Star families is nasty and unnecessary.  Once again, the press does not know what Donald Trump said to Mrs. Johnson in South Florida, yet the condemnation of the President is fierce and unrelenting. 

Tonight on The No Spin News we will analyze the situation in a fair way and put forth a solution. 

No Spin News   |   Wednesday, October 18
So another day, another big president Trump controversy. Another one day story, but this is what it is every single day of our lives, ladies and gentlemen. This one is about a family who lost a soldier in Africa

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Bill's Daily Briefing

Our roundup of today's news for your perusal.

  • Bergdahl Lawyers Throw Hail Mary Pass
  • Trump Hits Media on Russia/Uranium Deal
  • NFL Sued by Family of Aaron Hernandez
BOR Staff Column

The network late night hosts, or at least two of the three, scorn average Americans, who scorn them right back. Colbert and Kimmel, putting their predictably left-wing views on display every night, have totally given up on half their prospective audience. 

Stratfor's Intel Briefing
Though modern China has changed considerably from its imperial origins, it retains an authoritarian system of governance reminiscent of an earlier era. The Communist Party's imperative to defend and sustain its monopoly on power — what was known in imperial China as the "mandate of heaven" — scarcely differs from that of the dynasties that ruled the country for millenniums prior. 
No Spin News   |   Tuesday, October 17
Donald Trump continues to... I don't know, I hate the phrase "shoot him in the foot." It's not accurate, it's a cliché. "Shoot himself in the foot." But he says stuff that is not necessary to say.

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Bill's Daily Briefing

Our roundup of today's news for your perusal.

  • Trump Defends Comments on Calls
  • Public Very Skeptical of Anti-Trump Media
  • LV Security Guard Surfaces … on Ellen
No Spin News   |   Monday, October 16
So all across the country in colleges, Halloween now has emerged as the politically correct instead of studying and learning about the world and a skill, the colleges are fixated on Halloween PC madness.

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O'Reilly's History Quiz

The United States took control of Puerto Rico on October 18, 1898, at the end of what war?

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Workers toiled in intense 95-degree heat here Tuesday, putting final touches on eight possible versions of President Donald Trump's long-promised border wall.

Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan believes President Donald Trump's failure to purchase the Buffalo Bills in 2014 has fueled his vendetta against the NFL.

White House chief of staff John Kelly thought President Donald Trump's remarks in a call to the widow of a Green Beret slain by Islamic State terrorists in Niger were "completely appropriate" and "respectful," press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday.

Through the first six weeks of the NFL season, total viewership of games is down 7.5 percent, compared with the first six weeks of 2016.

U.S. Sen. John McCain jabbed Monday night at unnamed pushers of isolationist politics, saying at his National Constitution Center Liberty Medal ceremony in Philadelphia that abandoning America's role as an international leader is "unpatriotic." 

President Trump doubled down Tuesday on his controversial claim that past presidents didn’t properly console the families of fallen servicemembers, raising the point that Barack Obama apparently did not call now-White House Chief of Staff John Kelly after his son was killed in Afghanistan in 2010.

Gov. Rick Scott (R) has declared a state of emergency in a Florida county ahead of a planned speech by white nationalist leader Richard Spencer.


Donald Trump has become infamous for using Twitter to attack people or news agencies that are getting on his nerves — CNN, Hillary Clinton, Arnold Schwarzenegger and even Senators of his own party.

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