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The Dirty Prankster Behind the Chaos Candidate: How Roger Stone Destroyed Civility in Politics and Created President Trump 5/25/17
On July 21st, 2016, to the shock of most and horror of many, Donald Trump formally accepted the Republican Party's nomination for President at the party's convention in Cleveland. As Trump gave his acceptance speech, far from the stage, looming in the shadows and watching, was Roger Stone, the notorious Republican operative more responsible than anyone else there that night for getting Donald on that stage.

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.

Roger Stone: There's a Difference Between Dirty Tricks and Just Being Stupid 5/23/17
The Netflix documentary Get Me Roger Stone is getting lots of attention and mostly rave reviews, so The Hollywood Reporter figured it was a good time to check in with the controversial subject of the film.

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.

Trump confidant Roger Stone gets the president he's wanted since 1988 5/21/17
A grapefruit-size grinning face of Richard Nixon is tattooed on the back of Roger Stone, the longtime political operative and legendary dirty trickster. Stone, 64, credited with propelling Donald Trump into politics, defends the tattoo proudly in an early scene from Get Me Roger Stone, the fascinating and instructive new documentary recently released on Netflix.

The 'Evil Political Operator' at the Anger Games 5/19/17
'Hate is a more powerful motivator than love.' According to the new Netflix documentary Get Me Roger Stone, that is one of the "rules" the self-described Republican "agent provocateur" has lived by.

Roger Stone: Hate Is More Powerful Than Love 5/18/17
"Politics ain't beanbags and losers don't legislate." Political operative/strategist and Donald Trump confidante Roger Stone has a set of pragmatic political truths he calls "Stone's Rules," and this one's at the top of the list.

Playbook For Our Times 5/17/17
The genius of a great villain lies in knowing that the decent, law-abiding family men and women viewing his antics may publicly proclaim that they loath him, but that they're most likely secretly cheering him on--until he fails.

Review: 'Get Me Roger Stone' Shows Just How Deeply Stone Is Embedded in the Leftist Psyche 5/15/17
Get Me Roger Stone, the newly released Netflix documentary that explores Stone's colorful career in politics, is worth your time to watch even if you hate Roger Stone. Especially if you hate Roger Stone, because you might learn how he gets under his haters' skin so effectively.

John Doyle: Get Me Roger Stone - essential insight into Trump's triumph 5/14/17
At the end of another extraordinary, shambolic week for the Trump administration, along comes a sizzling insight into all that cockeyed bedlam.

For doc makers, our crazy news cycle a nightmare and a dream 5/14/17
"Get Me Roger Stone" could have been a very different movie. When the documentary's directors started filming the proudly notorious political strategist in 2011, he appeared to be in the twilight of his career. Here was a portrait of a down-on-his-luck power broker with a seedy reputation, relegated to the fringes of Washington's political elite.

Film Review: 'Get Me Roger Stone' 5/14/17
A look at the dark prince of right-wing consulting, who arguably got Donald Trump elected, is lively, fun, sickening, and essent

Netflix's 'Get Me Roger Stone' unmasks the power broker who helped deliver President Trump 5/13/17
It's an understatement to say that Donald J. Trump's presidential win in November caught a lot of people by surprise, on both sides of the aisle. Roger Stone wasn't one of them.

Film Review: Get Me Roger Stone - A portrait of the controversial political strategist that stops short of real interrogation 5/12/17
Roger Stone couldn't care less if you hate him.

'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.

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