THE WALL STREET JOURNAL – Hillary and Bill Clinton are asking for a third term in the White House, and voters who want to know what this portends should examine the 12-page memo written by a Clinton insider that was hacked and published Wednesday by WikiLeaks. This is the cold, hard reality of the Clinton political-business model.
This is what you haven’t been hearing on the news. While the media wants to accuse Project Veritas of being horrible muckrakers bent on twisting the truth about the liberal groups that they are videoing, that same media is failing to tell you about the real dirt that Project Veritas is uncovering. Dirt like the fact that Hillary Clinton… Read More »
Donald Trump released his first campaign ad on Thursday featuring him speaking a different language, during which he wishes Indian-Americans happiness as they celebrate the annual Hindu festival of Diwali. “The Indian and Hindu community will have a true friend in the White House,” says the Republican presidential nominee in the 30-second spot. “We will defeat radical Islamic… Read More »
The implosion of the Republican party this election season has prompted Weekly Standard editor William Kristol to do some soul-searching about the future of the conservative movement. Conveniently, this soul-searching leads him squarely back to the idea that conservatives should double down on “limited government” that’s less compassionate towards poor, working and middle-class people.
Of all battles to politicize, ISIS constantly evokes imagery of the Crusades. In one of their propaganda videos titled “See You In Dabiq,” ISIS militants are depicted fighting “crusaders” in Rome. According to Heavy.com, the film’s dialogue (which is all in Arabic) makes claims that the “Dabiq [ISIS] Army” will race into Rome, destroy crucifixes, and enslave Christian… Read More »
Baltimore Firm Has Scary Record Of Predicting World Events… 40 years ago, three men – a DC lobbyist, an Oxford scholar, and the former head of England’s BBC – came to Baltimore to form a strange kind of news company: one that wouldn’t actually report the news at all. Instead, they would employ analysts, former politicians, retired… Read More »
I know that it’s way, way, way too late to try to do any serious deconstruction of a Donald Trump performance, but, like Trump on a debate stage, I can’t help myself. Somehow, even though I know better, I hold to the notion that a presidential election, even this one, must be a serious affair. So, what was… Read More »