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Sebastian Murdock

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Recent articles by Sebastian:

Trump Tells Reporter 'You Can Go To Prison' For Taking Photo Of Kim Jong Un Letter

A transcript of an Oval Office interview with Time journalists shows Trump erupted when asked about his attempts to influence Robert Mueller's investigation. → Read More

Hope Hicks Agrees To Testify In House Panel's Trump Obstruction Probe

The White House had previously instructed the former Trump aide not to cooperate with the House Judiciary Committee. → Read More

Laura Ingraham Loses Advertiser After She Promotes White Supremacist

The Fox News host decried the removal of white nationalist Paul Nehlen from social media platforms. Advertisers are starting to notice. → Read More

GOP Rep. John Rose Blocks $19 Billion Disaster Aid Bill

Rose is now the third GOP member to stall a bill that would help millions of Americans affected by natural disasters. → Read More

NRA's Ad Agency Says It's Done With Gun Group

Advertising firm Ackerman McQueen is jumping ship as lawsuits fly. → Read More

Man Who Kidnapped Jayme Closs And Killed Her Parents Gets 2 Life Sentences

Jake Patterson, 21, will spend the rest of his life behind bars. → Read More

Republican Rep. Justin Amash Calls For Trump's Impeachment

Amash is the first GOP member of Congress to say the legislative body should take that action. → Read More

Leaked NRA Documents Reveal Gun Group Drowning In Legal Fees

Before his departure, NRA President Oliver North warned officials that $24 million and counting in legal fees could strangle the group. → Read More

Rep. Brad Schneider Calls On IRS To Investigate NRA

A recent report could lead to the National Rifle Association losing its tax-exempt status. → Read More

Donald Trump Jr. Is Very Mad That Far-Right Extremists Have Lost A Platform

The president's son is going to bat against Facebook for dangerous conspiracists like Alex Jones. → Read More

Facebook Bans Alex Jones, Other Far-Right Extremists

Alex Jones had previously been banned from Facebook but not from Instagram, it's other service. → Read More

James Comey To William Barr: Trump 'Has Eaten Your Soul'

In a New York Times op-ed, the former FBI director took the attorney general and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, to task. → Read More

Accused Molester Roy Moore Invokes Brett Kavanaugh As Reason To Run For Senate

Moore lost his 2017 Senate race after several women accused him of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s. → Read More

The NRA Is A Crashed Car On Fire, Ready To Explode

The National Rifle Association is on fire. We can't look away. → Read More

NRA President Oliver North Won't Seek Reelection Amid Group's Meltdown

The gun group's leadership is in chaos after a report by The Trace prompted an IRS investigation of the organization's tax status. → Read More

Donald Trump Lives In Fantasy World Where He Thinks He Stopped A 'Coup'

The president sees "bad apples" scheming an "overthrow." But don't worry, he told the NRA convention: "I didn't need a gun for that one." → Read More

New Jeffrey Epstein Accuser Goes Public To Target Alan Dershowitz In Defamation Suit

"I challenge my false accusers" to accuse me in public, the famed lawyer said in December over allegations he took part in Epstein's sex ring. → Read More

Sweden's Prosecutors Could Reopen Julian Assange Rape Case

The case against the WikiLeaks founder was dropped in 2017 because he couldn't be questioned in the Ecuadorian Embassy. → Read More

Trump's Sister Resigns As Judge, Ending Inquiry Into Alleged Tax Schemes: Report

As a former federal circuit judge, Maryanne Trump Barry can receive a salary of more than $180,000 in retirement. → Read More

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested In London

The WikiLeaks founder was indicted in March 2018, according to newly unsealed filings. → Read More