“If you think shrinking government and getting it less involved in your life is a hallmark of tyranny it is only because you are either grotesquely ignorant or because you subscribe to a statist ideology that believes the expansion of the state is the expansion of liberty.” - Jonah Goldberg
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Categories Media Bias Stephanopoulos
“George Stephanopoulos appears to have made a mistake. It was a mistake he made three times having given $25,000 per year for three years to one or another of that Gordian Knot of elements that make up the Clinton's foundation.

· Stephanopoulos reportedly makes about $7 million a year so $75,000 won't make him miss a meal, but it's real money.

· Why should we care about that? I'm not sure. The Clinton collection of foundations make it unclear to me (with my multiple degrees in accounting and law) whether they are even tax deductible but, as President Barack Obama has said, people who make as much as George make enough and shouldn't be able to take a full tax deduction.

· I don't care about that, either. I don't make enough.

· The only reason I think this is important is because since he left the Clinton White House he has held himself out to be a journalist.

· And he's not.”

A quick tutorial about journalists, or dare we suggest, those that masquerade as journalists -

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