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Anti-Trump Protest Day 5 Looms: Denial, Double Standards, & 'Dump Trump' Dissonance

Demonstrators across the United States planned to take to the streets for a fifth straight day on Sunday to protest President-elect Donald Trump. Protests were scheduled for Sunday afternoon in New York City and Oakland, California, according to online announcements. Dozens have been arrested and a handful of police injured, but, as Reuters reports, neither Obama nor Clinton has called for an end to the protests.

Angry Dems File DOJ Complaint Against "On The Side Of Putin" Comey For "Interfering In Presidential Election"

“It is absolutely absurd that FBI Director Comey would support Donald Trump like this with only 11 days to go before the election. It is an obvious attack from a lifelong Republican who used to serve in the Bush White House, just to undermine her campaign. Comey needs to focus on stopping terrorists and protecting America, not investigating our soon to be President-Elect Hillary Clinton... James Comey is "on the side of Putin.""

AT&T Purchase Of Time Warner Greeted By Skepticism On Wall Street, Scrutiny In Congress

15 years after it was part of one historic merger, Time Warner is getting bought again, and while the current deal is roughly half the size of AOL's historic $164 billion acquisition of Time Warner in 2000 it's still a big enough deal that it's drawing attention on the campaign trail from both candidates, and to generate millions in revenues for Wall Street banks eager to sell the $40 billion in debt needed to fund the deal.

Did The White House Just Declare War On Russia?

History doesn’t occur in a vacuum; when the U.S. and Russia confront each other directly, it won’t be because of a mere incident occurring in Syrian airspace. It will be because the two nuclear powers have been confronting each other with little resistance from the corporate media, which keeps us well entertained and preoccupied with political charades, celebrity gossip, and outright propaganda.

Trump Defies Critics, "Signals Attack On Bill Clinton" Ahead Of Crucial Debate

While nobody has any idea what Trump's best angle of attack may be, or what the republican presidential contender will say in under three hours when the townhall-styled debate begins, it is certain that following a brief courteous open, the mudslinging on both sides will promptly escalate, resulting in one of the most memorable, "deplorable" yet entertaining slow-motion trainwrecks observed in primetime history.

"Let's Get Ready To Mumble": VPs Square Off In Their Only Scheduled Debate - Live Feed

Rumble in the Jungle, it is likley not; but tonight's VP debate is the first time that most American's will get a real introduction to Indiana Governor Mike Pence and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine.  Up to this point, both VP candidates have largely been overshadowed by never-ending scandals, "medical episodes" and the various other circus acts that a recent poll found that 40% of Americans can't even name both of them let along articulate their resumes or policy stances.