Castro Tweet Controversy Reveals Fundamental Threat to Democracy, even from the Press

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Back in the day, during the Reagan era, New York Democrat and Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan termed the GOP the “party of ideas” because of their growing reputation for intellectual prowess.

At the 2016 Republican National Convention, despite all indications to the contrary, self-proclaimed idea-man Paul Ryan kept this illusion alive, declaring, “It still comes down to a contest of ideas, which is really good news, ladies and gentlemen, because when it’s about ideas that advantage goes to us.” read more

Jared Kushner Refuses To Call Trump’s Obama Birtherism Racist

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Jared Kushner refused to say that Trump is a racist, and wouldn't answer when asked if he thought birtherism was racist.

Jared Kushner Was Advised On The Trump Campaign By Pro-Kremlin Russian

Jared Kushner sought out and was advised on Trump's campaign by a Russian who is known to have a pro-Kremlin agenda during the 2016 election.

Chase CEO Dimon Illuminates Capitalism’s Sickness While Trying to Critique Socialism

To perhaps an unprecedented degree in the United States, we are witnessing an increasingly serious debate playing out about the relative merits of capitalism and socialism.

Why Jared Kushner Poses a Threat to America’s National Security

It’s no surprise that Jared Kushner is the senior White House official described in documents from the House Oversight Committee that details testimony of Tricia Newbold who identified serious lapses in the current White House security clearance process. read more

Trump Seeks Dershowitz Help with Kushner’s Failed Middle East Peace Plan

In 2017 Donald Trump put his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, in charge of creating a plan to bring peace to the Middle East. It didn’t seem to matter to the president that the greatest diplomats in history couldn’t accomplish this objective, and Jared had absolutely no experience in international diplomacy. read more

Kushner Is Cooperating With Democrats and May Help Bring Down Trump

It was once rumored that Donald Trump would throw Jared Kushner under the bus, but now it appears that the opposite may be happening. According to reports that came out last night, Trump’s son-in-law, who is also a senior White House adviser, is now cooperating with the investigations of House Democrats. read more

Jared Kushner Committed Crimes That Must Be Investigated by the FBI

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Jared Kushner was hammered today on Morning Joe for using his personal phone to conduct foreign affairs, which may have compromised the national security of the United States.

On the show a former FBI agent explained how easily the White House adviser and presidential son-in-law could be hacked by Russia and other hostile foreign nations. read more

Mueller’s Rare Move Means Something Big is Coming Soon

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Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig said on CNN this morning that the statement by Robert Mueller that he is too busy to comply with a request to unseal redacted documents has revealed something big is in the works at the special counsel’s office. read more

Author of Book on Ivanka and Jared Says They Went Into Government for Self-Service

Vicky Ward said the president's grown daughter and son-in-law, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, went into government not for public service but for self-service.

Kushner’s Daddy Gave $2.5 Million to Harvard Before He Was Admitted

A lot of people have been wondering how an average guy like Jared Kushner ever got admitted to Harvard. And now we know the answer: it was because his felon-father (legally) bribed the renowned institution so he could go there. read more

Kushner, Ivanka Security Clearance Docs Leaked to House Committee

Even though the Trump administration has refused to provide Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump’s security clearance files to the House Oversight Committee, they appear to have gotten them anyway.

According to a confidential source in the White House, the Oversight Committee was given the documents by a staffer who now could be under fire for leaking the documents. read more

Kushner Concerns Continue As He Cuts Out U.S. Security from Saudi Meetings

U.S. embassy and security officials in Saudi Arabia say they were shocked when they learned that presidential adviser and son in law Jared Kushner cut them out of the loop completely during his recent trip to the country. read more

Report: Trump’s Kids May Already Have Been Indicted

Donald Trump, his children, and his inner circle appear to be very confident that they will not be implicated in the report which may soon be issued by special counsel Robert Mueller. 

However, according to a report published this morning by POLITICO, some of them might already have been indicted and don’t even know about it yet. And these indictments might include Jared Kushner, Steve Bannon and Hope Hicks as well as members of Trump’s immediate family. read more

Democrats Probing if Kushner Sold Out the U.S. in Saudi Nuclear Deal

The BBC is reporting this morning that investigators in Democratic-led House committees have begun to investigate a Trump administration plan to build nuclear reactors in Saudi Arabia. As the investigation unfolds it is likely that it will target both presidential son in law Jared Kushner and former national security adviser Michael Flynn. read more

Chris Christie: Trump Thought Firing Flynn Would End the ‘Russia Thing’

Former Trump adviser and disgraced New Jersey governor Chris Christie writes in his new book wrote that President Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner thought firing former national security adviser Michael Flynn would end the Russia controversy, according to The New York Times. read more

Jared Kushner Says They Will Determine What They Want to Believe About Khashoggi

"We're getting facts in from multiple places and once those facts come in, the secretary of state will work with our national security team to help us determine what we want to believe, and what we think is credible and what we think is not credible," Jared Kushner told Van Jones on CNN Monday.