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WH tells WWII Vets to just get over it!, CNN spins Pearl Harbor, & Trump's team?

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Hr 1: Reliving the "Breaking News" announcement that Pearl Harbor had just been bombed. History matters folks! AND... Kathy Barnette, Black Conservative, VETERAN, and Radio Host  says one of the reasons that we're questioning Trump's cabinet picks might be because we're used to the way career politicians do business, and Trump is breaking that mold. AND... Many news outlets selectively engage in investigative journalism. They only cover what fits their agenda. AND... Mainstream media is acting more like a PAC than impartial journalists.

Hr 2: Reliving President Roosevelt's (FDR) recap of the Pearl Harbor attack and declaration of war against Japan. History matters folks! AND... CNN video spins the Japanese attack to be an American racially-motivated attack on Japanese and German Americans. AND... Coach says enough already with all these participation trophies. Losing is nothing to celebrate. AND... Delegates at UN Human Rights Council held a moment of silence to honor Fidel Castro... are you kidding me???

Hr 3: White House spokesman Josh Earnest tells World War II veterans to get over their bitterness toward the Japanese for refusing to apologize for the attack on the U.S.  AND... Half of Detroit votes may be ineligible for recount because they can't reconcile ballots. But don't worry, I'm sure the original vote count was right, so no recount needed. AND... Harry Reid's nuclear option causing a problem for Democrats since they're no longer the majority. Oops! AND... Is Sears / Kmart on the brink of bankruptcy? AND... Liberal journalist calls Trump's election "Liberals' darkest day" and says it's ruined her dating life.

Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

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