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Trump Associate Roger Stone Calls On The President To Pardon The Bundys And Their Supporters In The Name Of Justice 7/15/17
Hundreds of supporters turned out at a Las Vegas event Saturday night supporting the defendants facing trial in the Bunkerville standoff case.

Former Watergate Prosecutor Nailed In Lie 6/25/17
Despite his historic agreement on the limitation of nuclear warheads with Russia, his normalization of diplomatic and commercial relationships with China, his saving of the state of Israel, his de-segregation of the public schools and his generally progressive domestic policies, President Richard Nixon continues to get nothing but "foaming- at- the mouth" irrational hatred of the left.

The Cannabis Industry Apocalypse 6/22/17
When President Trump was campaigning, he was interviewed several times where the question of marijuana and state's rights had come up. In all cases, then Candidate Trump said he believed that medical marijuana was fine, for the states that had passed laws about it, though he thought recreational use was a more complicated issue.

Orlando lawyer John Morgan rubs elbows with Trump strategist 6/11/17
#John Morgan is a lawyer everyone knows well in Tampa Bay. From his ads for his personal injury attorney's office to working with People's Choice and advocating consumer safety, Morgan is on the up and up. But he has some bigger ideas with some big men in the Trump White House.

Kim Dotcom's Ploy Snares Hannity, Gingrich 5/24/17
Kim Schmitz, now known as Kim Dotcom, is the founder of MegaUpload, the notorious website famous for distributing pirated versions of copyrighted works. While it is true that Kim espouses his philosophy which states vaguely that information wants to be free and that copyrights and trademarks are in impediment to the free flow of information, he doesn't seem to take into account the artists who are robbed of potential revenue when people get their work for free.

Who Is Roger Stone? 5/22/17
As images of President Donald Trump leaning in to receive a glittering gift from King Salman bin Abdulaziz made the rounds this weekend, a longtime personal confidante of the President felt sick.

'Get Me Roger Stone' directors talk Trump and Stone connection 5/12/17
A new documentary traces the career of self-styled "political provocateur" and ally to President Donald Trump Roger Stone, and the film's directors -- Daniel DiMauro and Morgan Pehme -- told CBSN that the White House's efforts to create distance between Stone and the president strikes them as disingenuous.

Review: 'Get Me Roger Stone' Might Be The Scariest Film Of The Trump Era 5/12/17
I've just walked out of a morning screening of Netflix's new documentary Get Me Roger Stone, and I count myself lucky I skipped breakfast, because if I hadn't I'd have vomited. My revulsion at its titular subject is that body-rattlingly violent. I'm shaking. My fingernails, pristinely lacquered and decently long just this morning are now whittled to bloody nubs, as it's my habit to pick at them when I'm anxious or annoyed.

In Netflix's Get Me Roger Stone, the notorious GOP operative plays both narrator and villain 5/12/17
Roger Stone shows up everywhere in American politics -- as journalist Jeffrey Toobin puts it early on in the new Netflix documentary Get Me Roger Stone, he's the "sinister Forrest Gump of American politics," popping up everywhere from Watergate to the Trump campaign.

Trump confidante Roger Stone: James Comey 'needed to go' 5/12/17
Political consultant Roger Stone, whose 30-year friendship with Donald Trump is the subject of a new Netflix documentary called "Get Me Roger Stone," joins TODAY along with filmmaker Morgan Pehme. Stone says Trump "made the right decision" in firing James Comey and says it had "nothing to do with Russia."

Get Me Roger Stone Reviews - Metacritic 5/12/17

The World Roger Stone Helped Create (or So He'd Have You Believe) 5/6/17
Roger Stone began his career in political dirty tricks young. In 1960, he was eight, and decided he liked John F. Kennedy's hair more than Richard Nixon's. It was important to him for Kennedy to win the mock election at his school, which leaned Nixon, so he began sidling up to kids in the cafeteria line to ask, "Did you know Nixon has proposed school on Saturdays?" Kennedy won in a landslide unexpected enough that the local newspaper picked up the story.

The World Roger Stone Helped Create (or So He'd Have You Believe) 5/5/17
Roger Stone began his career in political dirty tricks young. In 1960, he was eight, and decided he liked John F. Kennedy's hair more than Richard Nixon's. It was important to him for Kennedy to win the mock election at his school, which leaned Nixon, so he began sidling up to kids in the cafeteria line to ask, "Did you know Nixon has proposed school on Saturdays?" Kennedy won in a landslide unexpected enough that the local newspaper picked up the story.

Net Censorship Campaign Exposed 5/2/17
The encroaching 'New Censorship' of the left is no fiction, but a fictional television show provides a good lead in. In the latest season of popular Showtime series Homeland, filmed before the 2016 Presidential Election had been decided in favor of Donald J. Trump, a fictional character named Brett O'Keefe is introduced that is an obvious take on Alex Jones and 'Alt News'.

Tribeca takes on Trump: 11 political films 5/2/17
The Tribeca Film Festival has long been political, but the election of President Donald Trump and the political divide in America directly inspired some of the festival's political selections this year, Tribeca's director of programming told CNN.

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