Special “The Week That Was” E-dition

Trump’s 1146th Day In Office
With Still None Of Obama’s Political Perps In The Slammer

But Today In 2016, The Blower Featured

Official “Women’s History Month” (Because Women’s Lives Really, Really Matter, Too!)image021

“Those Were The Good Old Days” (From The Whistleblower Archives)

NEARLY TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY, Edition #41 (published on March 12, 1991) of the original printed edition of The Whistleblower (not the Newswire) was delivered to Persons of Consequence all over town. That Week’s “Really Big Story” was all about Disingenuous DemocRAT Dusty Rhodes. The Top Ten List was the top ten things a soldier wants to do when he comes home, and Bagdad Peter Arnett’s promise not to write any more puff pieces about those freedom-loving Iraqis.image022

More “Political Punch Lines” (Hoping To Hear A Lot More Of Them Tonight!)image023

“Still More Establishment Bashing Update” (Because They Really, Really Deserve It)image024

Another “Kasich’s Kamikaze Kampaign” (Now Predicting Victory in Ohio. No Kidding!)image027

And In “Wednesday’s Wild Cards” From The Whistleblower Newsroom

Whistleblower Senior National Political Affairs Analyst Britt Humus says on Super Tuesday Two, Donald Trump sawed off a trio of Republicans in Michigan and Mississippi before talking to reporters and supporters in Florida. Trump was in a triumphant mood, as POLITICO’s Nahal Toosi reported the victories came with a trove of delegates – and a call for unity from Trump, as any Republican hopes for a Trump slump were relegated to a long wait for what would be, at best, cold comfort – as Idaho and Hawaii results aren’t coming until much later in the night.image028image003