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Donn Marten is a fearless truth teller who calls it like he sees it despite the prevailing establishment narrative. The opinions expressed belong solely to this author and not do not necessarily reflect those of CDN itself.

Democrats Could Be Down for the Count After Montana Special Election Loss

The Democrats continued their losing streak on Thursday when Republican Greg Gianforte prevailed to win the race for the open House seat in Montana’s special election. Gianforte’s victory was the latest in a series of crushing blows for a party that has lost its way politically and has degenerated into a leaderless pack of conspiracy theorists, hatemongers, and babbling fools ...

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Turkish Dictator Erdogan Reportedly Calls for Arrest of NBA Player Critical of Regime

Colin Kaepernick should be down on his knees thanking God that he lives in America. In the USA, he is allowed to protest his government and only has to worry about not getting another NFL gig and that is largely his own fault. Such is not the case for Enes Kanter who could wind up dead for his political views. ...

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Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers Gives Pricey New Toys to His Offensive Line

NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers made sure to reward the guys who are tasked with keeping him in one piece. The Green Bay Packers superstar gave his offensive linemen a heck of a nice Christmas present and Santa finally delivered this week. Rodgers’ gift of gratitude was a custom green and gold Polaris ATVs with each lineman’s number and initials on the ...

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Penguins Prevail in Double Overtime to Reach Stanley Cup Finals

It was close but the Pittsburgh Penguins will now have a chance to defend their Stanley Cup title. The Penguins prevailed over a determined Ottawa Senators team that redeemed itself after an ugly 7-0 bludgeoning in game five last Sunday. Penguins winger Chris Kunitz put his team ahead with a second period goal. Pittsburgh was then caught sleeping on the ...

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Ottawa Senators Eke Out Big Win, Send Series Back to Pittsburgh for Game 7

The Ottawa Senators posted their biggest win of the NHL playoffs on Tuesday night with a 2-1 win over Pittsburgh. It was literally a life or death experience for the Senators who would have been ousted from the playoffs with a loss. Now they live to fight another day. It was hard to see Ottawa not playing their asses off ...

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Nashville Predators Make History with First Stanley Cup Finals Berth

The miraculous playoff run of the Nashville Predators will continue for one more series. The never say die bunch from Music City pulled off a 6-3 victory over the desperate Anaheim Ducks and will face the winner of the Pittsburgh-Ottawa series for the hardware. @NHL The Predators survived a wild Game 6 to advance to their first-ever Stanley Cup Final. ...

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Smithsonian Institution to Enshrine Controversial Kaepernick

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick may still be jobless but he will soon be enshrined at the Smithsonian Institution. The controversial NFL player became a lightning rod for criticism last season over his protests against the American flag and comments critical of law enforcement. Kaepernick who at the time was in danger of not even making his team, rocketed ...

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Penguins Regain Their Mojo, Demolish Ottawa Senators

The heavily favored Pittsburgh Penguins had lost their mojo for most of the NHL Eastern Conference finals. The normally explosive Penguins had been neutered offensively through the first four games but remarkably were tied going into Sunday’s swing game at PPG Paints Arena. Suddenly the Penguins put it all together in the first period and pumped four goals into net ...

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Picking Joe Lieberman as FBI Director Would Be Epic Mistake for Trump

Given the ferocious daily attacks on President Trump and his administration by Democrats and the opposition media it is of no small wonder that the job of FBI Director is not enticing to many. At last count, four prospective replacements for fired James Comey have decided that they don’t want the job nor the burden of dealing with demands from ...

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Gritty Nashville Predators Top Ducks to Grab Series Lead

The upstart Nashville Predators are now one game away from the Stanley Cup finals. The lowest seed in the Western Conference continued their amazing run through the NHL playoffs with a clutch win on Saturday night against the Anaheim Ducks. Pontus Aberg's goal helps Predators top Ducks in Game 5: https://t.co/hb0v23iD8B pic.twitter.com/6vg0zJfCsy — Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) May 21, 2017 The ...

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Penguins Strike First Then Hold On to Even NHL Playoff Series

There were no bones about it. Friday’s critical game four in the NHL Eastern Conference finals was a must win for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The defending Stanley Cup champions had fallen behind two games to one and their lethargic offense was a shadow of its usual potent self. If the Penguins were to defend their title they would have to ...

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Media Tries to Cook Up Another Tom Brady Scandal

Superstar NFL quarterback Tom Brady is once again the subject of a scandal that the media is concocting. The New England Patriots franchise player may have just established himself as the greatest of all time with his fifth Super Bowl ring, but the pot-stirrers and troublemakers smell a story that can be exploited. It seemed that Brady was finally free, ...

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Ottawa Senators Shell Defending Champion Penguins

The defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins troubles are mounting against the upstart Ottawa Senators. The Penguins are down two games to one in a series that they were heavily favored to win and meet either the Anaheim Ducks or Nashville Predators to defend their title, hardly the position that they would have expected to find themselves in. Coming off ...

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New York Yankees Honor Team Great Derek Jeter With Retirement of Number

The New York Yankees have added another number to the legends enshrined at Monument Park. On Sunday, the team honored shortstop and longtime captain Derek Jeter who retired after 20-years and five World Series rings. His No. 2 was retired in a pregame series and he will now join the likes of Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Babe Ruth and Roger ...

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