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MSNBC's "Morning Joe" hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough pose for a photo shoot put together by The Hollywood Reporter. (Image: The Hollywood Reporter video screenshot)

Joe Scarborough's deranged case for Trump to go

- The Washington Times

Joe Scarborough just can't help himself when it comes to criticizing President Donald Trump. On his most recent show, the former Republican congressman suggested Trump was deranged, and that Congress ought to consider removing him -- an apparent hat tip to the long-running Democratic Party's call to impeach.

In this photo provided by HBO, Bill Maher, left, speaks with Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska during a segment of his "Real Time with Bill Maher," Friday, June 2, 2017. Maher is facing criticism for his use of a racial slur during a discussion with the Republican senator on his HBO talk show Friday night. (Janet Van Ham/HBO via AP)

Bill Maher, the N-word and the hypocrisy of left

- The Washington Times

If Bill Maher were Tim Allen, he'd be toast right now. Why? Maher, who's a leftist, dropped the N-word on a recent HBO broadcast, sparked a firestorm, but apologized and all's right with the world. Had a conservative comedian like Allen done the same, the forgiveness wouldn't be so rapid in coming.

Reza Aslan speaks at the UTA "United Voices" Rally at United Talent Agency headquarters on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, in Beverly Hills, Calif. As most of Hollywood gears up for the Oscars on Sunday and the whirlwind of events and parties this weekend, celebrities and top talent agents gathered in Beverly Hills Friday to do something to do something a little different: rally for immigration rights. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP)

Reza Aslan, CNN's go-to religious guy, tweets Trump's 's--t'

- The Washington Times

This is religion, lefty style. CNN host Reza Aslan, the left's go-to guy for punditry on all-all-things religious, spiritual and Jesus in nature, took to Twitter to denounce President Donald Trump's reaction to the London terror bombings by calling the White House chief a -- wait for it, wait for it -- a "piece of s--t."

Police officers move to clear demonstrators from Chapman Square in downtown Portland, declaring it an unlawful assembly, near City Hall in downtown Portland, June. 4, 2017. (Dave Killen/The Oregonian via AP)

Portland protests show utter hatred of left

- The Washington Times

A rally in Portland, Oregon, aimed at showing support for President Donald Trump -- and for free speech -- turned nasty and violent after the anti-crowd turned out in full force, carting weapons, bent on creating chaos. And let the media spin begin. The Washington Post kicked it off this way, with a blaring headline that read: "Right-wing free speech rally draws massive counterprotests in Portland."

President Donald Trump stands next to the podium after speaking about the U.S. role in the Paris climate change accord, Thursday, June 1, 2017, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Trump has changed climate for vulnerable Republicans, too

- The Washington Times

Elected swing-district Republicans are generally considered vulnerable to even the merest whiff of unorthodoxy on climate change. But they and the assembled conservative and GOP and activists, pollsters, consultants and donors were almost overly upbeat about the Trump Paris pullout.

In this Wednesday, May 24, 2017, photo, after weeks of brewing racial tension on campus, hundreds of students at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., protest against the college administration and demanded change. (Lisa Pemberton/The Olympian via AP) ** FILE **

Evergreen State College, racked by racism, shuts over threat

- The Washington Times

Evergreen State College, the Olympia, Washington, supposed place of higher learning that's been turned into little more than a playground for radical leftist activists, has been temporarily shut, after receiving a threat phoned in to law enforcement. Probably the best thing that's happened to the school for a long time.

Kathy Griffin, of bloody Trump head fame, now plays victim

- The Washington Times

Kathy Griffin, the sometimes comedian who was just ousted from her sometime CNN hosting slot -- and fired from New Year's Eve broadcasting duties -- after she posed for pictures while holding a faux bloodied head of President Donald Trump, may have apologized for her outrageous behavior. But now? She's playing the victim.

FILE - In this Sept. 24, 2011, file photo, George Soros speaks during a forum at the IMF/World Bank annual meetings in Washington. The AP reported on May 26, 2017, that a story shared online that claims Soros was federally indicted for voter machine fraud is a hoax. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

Judicial Watch sues for George Soros funding records

- The Washington Times

Judicial Watch just launched a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development, USAID, for records related to taxpayer funding of George Soror-tied political activities. Specifically, the watchdog group wants to know how much of America's tax dollars have been sent to the Open Society Foundation's Albania offices, or FOSA.

Hillary Clinton speaks during the Children's Health Fund annual benefit in New York on May 23, 2017. (Associated Press) **FILE**

MSNBC dings HIllary Clinton for Russian 'conspiracy theory'

- The Washington Times

On a recent MSNBC "Rachel Maddow Show" broadcast, NBC's Andrea Mitchell -- a lover of all things left-leaning, if ever there was one -- publicly chided Clinton for blaming her loss on Russia. Wow. When you lose the adoration of the left, there's really no where else to turn.

'Covfefe' tweet leads media to spin Donald Trump's unfit to lead

- The Washington Times

Just when you think "covfefe" had fallen from the media cycle -- and bam, CNN brings it back, only this time with a politically partisan spin that somehow manages to take a typo and turn it into a failure of leadership. Want to know why President Donald Trump is unfit to lead? "Covfefe," according to CNN.

A message from James Madison ... (Illustration by Michael Ramirez for Creators Syndicate)

James Madison school name petitioned for chopping block

- The Washington Times

Let the history revising go on -- on the heels of tear-downs and petitions for tear-downs of Civil War-era monuments and statues, now comes this: A student at James Madison Memorial High School in Madison, Wisconsin, wants the school's name changed, because it offends. Madison was a slave owner. And that makes the school "unsafe" for black students, senior Mya Berry whined.

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