Climate Deniers Exposed: Top Scientist Got Funding from ExxonMobil, Koch Brothers, Big Coal

A new investigation exposes how one of the top scientists involved in
denying climate change has failed to disclose his extensive funding from
the fossil fuel industry. Dr. Wei-Hock Soon of the Harvard-Smithsonian
Center for Astrophysics has downplayed global warming and rejected human
activity as its cause, arguing the sun is more responsible than
greenhouse gases from pollution. Climate denialists — including
Republican Senator James Inhofe, chair of the Senate Environment and
Public Works Committee — frequently cite Soon’s work to reject concrete

Lifelong Texas GOP Quits Party, BURNS Them With This Amazing “F*** You” Letter

A lifer republican and publisher of a popular blog, Chris Ladd leaves the party and rights a damning letter. This is a good example of how the Democrats are going after Trump. "From his fairy-tale wall to his schoolyard bullying and his flirtation with violent racists, Donald Trump offers America a singular narrative – a tale of cowards. Fearful people, convinced of our inadequacy, trembling before a world alight with imaginary threats, crave a demagogue."

F.B.I. Papers Offer Closer Look at Hillary Clinton Email Inquiry

FBI through extensive interviews was satisfied with Hillary Clinton's explanations regarding her emails. It is also revealed that her use of private email server was due to advice from Colin Powell yet the Republicans are not satisfied and plan further investigation.

Catastrophe: Clinton 46, Trump 35

They're getting crushed by Hillary farking Clinton and may be bringing the party down with them — and they don't care. They never have; they're political arsonists. No wonder Team Hillary was rooting for her self-destructive longtime donor and pal to win the Republican primary.

Donald Trump Vows Retaliation as Republicans Abandon Him

On Twitter, Mr. Trump attacked the Republicans fleeing his campaign as  “self-righteous hypocrites” and predicted their defeat at the ballot  box. In a set of talking points sent to his supporters Sunday morning, Mr. Trump’s campaign urged them to attack turncoat Republicans as “more concerned with their political future than they are about the country.”