Collusion

Mueller? Mueller? Mueller? …

by Steve MacDonald November 21, 2017

Both the FBI or Special Counsel Robert Mueller (mostly both) have been fishing in Lake Collusion for over a year now, with a big staff and a bottomless budget, and what do they have to show for it? The Clinton campaign and the DNC paid for a third party to create a dossier on Trump. But, “…according to the Washington […]

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Steve Bannon on Russia, Republicans, and Collusion

by Steve MacDonald November 13, 2017

Steve Bannon puts the collusion with Russia story in its proper and humorous context in this 45 second sound bite. (We’ve got the full audio and a complete video of the speech.) Find more audio from GraniteGrok.com on any of these platforms Also Available on Google Play

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A Soft Landing For “Pantsuit One”

by Ed Naile November 4, 2017

The DNC was gullible enough to let a Clinton take control of their financial operations and hiring. So why are they now acting like it was a bad thing? You could say the DNC got what was coming to them because they wanted the dirty Clinton money to pay off the lazy Obama debt. “Mr. […]

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Everyone is colluding with Russia except Trump

by Steve MacDonald October 27, 2017

“Everyone is colluding with Russia except Trump,” Steyn said. “You’ve got the Podesta Group, you’ve got the Hillary campaign, you’ve got the DNC, you’ve got the FBI, you’ve got Christopher Steele, who you credit as an ex-MI6 agent. He’s not just any old ex-MI6 agent, he’s the head of the Russia desk at MI6, which […]

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Contested + Convention = GOP ConTention

by Mike April 25, 2016

A slip of the pen? Gary Varvel suggests how July will go… And how necessity makes strange bedfellows – Varvel again…

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Anybody else see the line that screams “Jr. Partners”?

by Skip December 5, 2013

From Roll Call, on an impending deal between Republicans and Democrats on the Federal Budget: Budget negotiators are nearing a deal that could ease the way for leaders to avert another government shutdown before the 2014 elections, but only if rank and file — particularly in the House — buy into the agreement. Senate Budget […]

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