John Bolton was invited on Fox News, Sunday, to respond to the NY Times’ “bombshell” Benghazi report which purports that there was no al Qaeda connection to the attack – which was largely spurred on by the fabled YouTube video. The ‘Stache’s reaction to the report was derisive laughter at first. And then came the scathing rebuke.
“Look, this is not journalism – this is an editorial opinion piece masquerading as journalism, Bolton declared. “I thought it was both unsophisticated, and internally contradictory.”
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Omen: The 2013 stock market’s bull run appears to be following the almost identical trajectory of the stock market in 1929 before the great crash, which led to the Great Depression.
December 30, 2013 – FINANCE– It is time to crank up the Looney Tunes theme song because Wall Street has officially entered crazytown territory. Stocks just keep going higher and higher, and at this point what is happening in the stock market does not bear any resemblance to what is going on in the overall economy whatsoever. So how long can this irrational state of affairs possibly continue? Stocks seem to go up no matter what happens. If there is good news, stocks go up. If there is bad news, stocks go up. If there is no news, stocks go up. On Thursday, the day after Christmas, the Dow was up another 122 points to another new all-time record high. In fact, the Dow has had an…
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