TNT: Get Fortunes told or Prophecies — Your Choice

Just call me "Zoltar." We're going to tell some fortunes today -- or maybe instead of fortunes we just share some predictions. We've done this before at TruthNewsNetwork, but it's been a while. I'm pretty sure we're batting 1000 so… More

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Mueller Probe Was Bad — Really Bad


Now that the dust has settled after the two-plus years of the Mueller probe into Trump Campaign collusion with Russians and Obstruction of Justice, common sense dictates an objective look back to examine the probe’s function, its purpose, and objectively… More

“Impeach 45!”


Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been on fire since Donald Trump won the White House in 2016. Just 2 weeks after the Trump inauguration, TruthNewsNetwork predicted the cries of "Impeachment" from Democrats would begin, would increase in their fury, and… More

Executive Privilege


This was released Monday (May 19, 2019) from The Hill: A district judge on Monday upheld a subpoena issued by the House Oversight and Reform Committee for President Trump's financial records, dealing a blow to White House efforts to resist… More

Drums of War


Thankfully, the U.S. stays away from wars. That is unless there seems to be no way out. Yes, I know that the basis for going to Iraq for those proven “Weapons of Mass Destruction” Saddam had turned out to be… More

Blurred Lines


Does anyone else have problems distinguishing what politicians really believe, disbelieve, support or stand against? Legislation, social concerns, and issues, criminal justice, Constitutional matters, foreign policy, which laws we should enforce, which we should not, etc: all very important areas… More



It's a horrible word that defines a horrible situation: Demagoguery. It is today alive in America: and it ain't because of Donald Trump! Let's just consider Webster's definition of the word, and YOU decide how applicable it is for insertion… More

Why Single-Parent Homes?

We have been inundated for decades about single-family homes, absent father, welfare, and about all those who fall into these categories. And, quite honestly, most of those conversations include characterizations about welfare recipients that are not very flattering. Stories about… More