Must Read “Leftovers”

New York Times Will Vacate 8 Floors Of It’s HQ To Generate “Significant Rental Revenue“, at A memo from “fake” news executives Arther Sulzberger and Mark Thompson states,”The current way we have configured our office makes us slower and less collaborative. It is also, frankly, too expensive to occupy this many floors when we don’t truly need them.” Which one of these sentences it fake news and which one is real news.

Students Fed Up With Politically Biased Professors Are Hitting Back With A New Weapon: “Professor Watch List“. at Students are fighting back against the “fake” educations they are receiving. Just as citizens have fought back against the “fake” news the main stream media had been feeding them for years. The monopoly on information by the education establishment and the main stream media is over.

Teen Made Up Story About Anti-Muslim Attack On Subway, at NYPD had been on a week-long manhunt for these attackers. But the Muslim girl finally admitted she had made up the story when confronted with surveillance video. She had been out late drinking with her friends and was afraid of her father……..

The Bureaucracy Is Not More Powerful Than Congress, by Gary Galles, at, Congress has given up it’s constitutional power gradually over the years. Which means it will be a real fight to rein in the bureaucratic monster it created. I don’t know if they are up to the task.

How Much Power Does The President Really Have? by Mark Nestmann, at The last two Presidents expanded the power of the presidency far beyond what the Constitution allows. The presidency has the most power it has ever had and Trump sits in this seat. Do you think he will usurp more power like the previous two occupants did? Or will the power of the position be pulled back by the loyal opposition and the party in power?

Assessing The Obama Legacy – Against His Own Mileposts, at Read what Obama’s stated priorities were and what the reality of these are now. You won’t remember a lot of these. Is Gitmo closed?


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