It Can't Be True: More on that Missile Defense Agency logo I called attention to a “new” logo being used by the Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency (MDA) on the grounds that it bore a disconcerting resemblance to an amalgamation of the Obama campaign’s logo and the symbols of Islam, the crescent and a single ... 02/26/2010 - 11:00 am | View Link
Is the Missile Defense Agency's logo Obama-meets-Islam? The blogosphere is abuzz over conservatives' charges that a logo being used by the Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency looks very much like a fusion of the Muslim crescent moon and star and the Obama campaign logo. Some folks even detected a similarity to ... 02/25/2010 - 11:00 am | View Link
New Missile Defense Agency Logo The Missile Defense Agency ... redesign of the Missile Defense Agency logo (above). As Christopher Logan helpfully shows, the new MDA shield appears ominously to reflect a morphing of the Islamic crescent and star with the Obama campaign logo. 02/25/2010 - 11:00 am | View Link
Frank Gaffney Posits That Missile Defense Logo Is Evidence of Obama’s ‘Submission To Shariah’ Media Matters documents the development of a new right wing conspiracy theory, claiming that the Obama administration manipulated the redesign of the Missile Defense Agency to look like his campaign logo. This theory then evolved to claims that the new ... 02/24/2010 - 11:00 am | View Link
The Missile Defense Agency Logo Conspiracy Theory “It is the policy of the United States,” reads the Missile Defense ... that the MDA logo looks like a combination of the Obama ‘08 campaign logo and the star and crescent moon symbol of Islam. Others have thrown in the Iranian Space Agency logo ... 02/24/2010 - 11:00 am | View Link
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Donald Trump says the press is lying about him and Russia. In a speech to CPAC on Friday, Trump dismissed all reports linking Russia to him, his associates, or his business interests as “fake.” But Trump isn’t just pitting his credibility against the media’s. The White House is now claiming that the FBI is on Trump’s side.
Okay, today Donald Trump said that his administration’s enforcement of its deportation policy is “a military operation.”
That’s not good.
So, Spicer had to jump up and talk real loud hoping that people would forget what Trump said.
Didn’t work with squat.
Spicer tried again.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Thursday that President Donald Trump was using the word “military” as an “adjective” to describe deportations carried out under his administration.
“The President was using that as an adjective.
How nice of ABC TV to introduce us to the latest racist who has taken over Steve Bannon's position at Breitbart.com. I suppose someone's got to introduce another face of evil from this hideous era of trumpism. There's no question that the new Breitbart editor, Joel Pollak, is rotten to his core.
“Since the election of President Trump, Republican lawmakers in at least 18 states have introduced or voted on legislation to curb mass protests in what civil liberties experts are calling ‘an attack on protest rights throughout the states,'” the Washington Post reports.
“Some are introducing bills because they say they’re necessary to counter the actions of ‘paid’ or ‘professional’ protesters who set out to intimidate or disrupt, a common accusation that experts agree is largely overstated