Thursday, December 8, 2016


Yowls, most precious Kittens ... Dave Hodges presents a good, easily understood article about the FAKESTREAM MEDIA INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX we've all endured for decade after decade -- or in this case, he speaks about the Washington Post, now owned by Jeff Bezos of Amazon. In fact, Dave calls for a boycott of Amazon. As an author, at this point, yeah, even though the Kougar is not happy about it, she still needs to epublish on Amazon Kindle, especially since she's now involved in a BOXED SET, scheduled to be published April 2017. That yowled, she rarely shops at Amazon anymore for a variety of reasons [one, they aren't really fair to authors, and intend to fully monopolize the market] ... but, only if she can catch a really good deal on a product she uses regularly does she shop there anymore... and she has to shop online at this point in her life ... whatever.... check this out, Kittens.

Washington Post Admits It’s a Fake News Site-WaPo Issues Partial Retraction to the Independent Media

Two weeks ago, I released the following statement:
On behalf of DH Communications, the parent company of The Common Sense Show, we are releasing the following statement regarding the allegation that The Common Sense Show is playing the role of Russian Collaborator and the staff at The Common Sense Show is serving as Russian agents in an attempt to illegally interfere with America’s electoral process.
Be it known, that The Common Sense Show is seeking co-litigants for the purpose of suing the Washington Post for these fabricated allegations mentioned in the previous paragraph.

Mike Adams was moving in the same direction as The Common Sense Show. At this point, it is pointless to sue the Washington Post as a single entity because when fellow litigants appear, the cases will likely be combined into a class action status.
In an article, dated, November 27, 2016, Mike Adams made the following statement in which The Common Sense Show wholeheartedly agrees with.

“The Washington Post will forfeit any last semblance of credibility if it does not retract this obviously false, baseless and defamatory story”

If the Post fails to retract and apologize, they will surely be sued.

In response to the False Allegation That the CSS Is an Agent of the Russian Government

This picture and depicts Russian soldiers at Ft. Carson. The Russians and other foreign troops (e.g. Germans, Canadians, Danes) are part of Jade Helm. They are here to carry out the mission should American troops stand down.
As an example, which illustrates that the CSS is a Russian agent,  this picture depicts Russian soldiers at Ft. Carson. I have been at the forefront of exposing the presence of Russians and other foreign troops (e.g. Germans, Canadians, Danes) on American soil. The CSS has repeatedly stated that the Russians would serve as the vanguard for an United Nations action aginst the American people and that gun confiscation would be at the top of their agenda.
Those that are familiar with The Common Sense Show know that this publication is fervently pro-Constitution, pro-Christian and pro-conservative. It is well documented that The Common Sense Show has had a long-running feud with the Russian Media, since Dave Hodges’ appearance on the Voice of Russia radio program. It is also well-known that the CSS has espoused a concern regarding the volatility of Putin and the possibility of this volatility spilling over into WW III. Further, the CSS has been at the forefront of exposing the presence of massive amounts of Russian troops on American soil since Obama entered FEMA into a bilateral agreement with the Russian Foreign Ministry to bring Russian troops in the country. The agreement was finalized in 2011. Further, the CSS has publicized photos of Russians traveling in DHS vehicles in Kentucky and Tennessee, courtesy of Sherry Wilcox.
I previously published the following public message to the Washington Post’s ridiculous allegation which states following:


New Development

In an attempt to avoid litigaation and further being exposed for the fake news site that it is, the Washington Post issued the following statement:
“Editor’s Note: The Washington Post on Nov. 24 published a story on the work of four sets of researchers who have examined what they say are Russian propaganda efforts to undermine American democracy and interests. One of them was PropOrNot, a group that insists on public anonymity, which issued a report identifying more than 200 websites that, in its view, wittingly or unwittingly published or echoed Russian propaganda. A number of those sites have objected to being included on PropOrNot’s list, and some of the sites, as well as others not on the list, have publicly challenged the group’s methodology and conclusions. The Post, which did not name any of the sites, does not itself vouch for the validity of PropOrNot’s findings regarding any individual media outlet, nor did the article purport to do so. Since publication of The Post’s story, PropOrNot has removed some sites from its list.”
Bravo Sierra!  The Washington Post reported that collectively the Independent Media were Russian agents. Now they are backpedaling by claiming that they did not directly publish our names, so they are not responsible for the hypertext links included in the story. The implication is that this rag sheet, not even fit to housebreak a puppy on, thinks that by saying they did not publish our collective names, they only linked to the claim, somehow absolves them of the responsiblity that they committed slander is utterly ridiculous.
The Washington Post linked to the allegation and made it a part of their story. The Washinton Post has engaged in spreading fake news and this half hearted attempt at a retraction, in an effort to avoid subsequent litigation, is not good enough and does not come close to satisfying my claim against the Washington Post.
We may only be country bumpkins compared to the Wahington Post, however, the common person could see that this backpedaling statement, issued by the Washington Post, does not come close to meeting the proper standards for a retraction and an apology. Therefore, I renew my demand that the Washington Post not only fully retract this story, but that globalist owner, Jeff Bezos, be the one quoted for issuing the apology.  Further, I demand that the Washington Post pay each of the offended parties, $10,000 each. I would strongly suggest that the offended parties donate this money to a Veteran’s cause. 


Wednesday’s Washington Post admited that the “work”  by the site linked to in the article, served as the basis for the entire article. Further this article was the biggest article of the day for the Post. So, the damage to our collective reputations was substantial. Recklessly, the Post admits that they could not “vouch for the validity of PropOrNot’s finding regarding any individual media outlet”, in effect admitting the entire story was,”fake news”. Thank you, the Washington Post just admitted that it engages in “FAKE NEWS”.
One more point needs to be made. Jeff Bezos purchased the Post. He needs to be made to feel the heat. I am calling for a boycott of Bezos’ Amazon holdings. I will never puchase anything from Amazon. This Bezos owned corporation is part of the group that my publication is fighting against.
For those who are still interested in developing a class action law suit against the Washington Post, please contact Dave Hodges at his email (

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