Archive for the 'Elections' Category

‘Trump slipping in polls’ reports were pre-scripted — kicked in before the pollsters could even get it done

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

There seems to be a bit of resignation setting in out there: “Well, flawed as he was, Donald Trump represented our last chance to stop this bought-and-paid-for, political-media alliance from selling us down the river, turning America into a Third World country without decent, full-time jobs, with rationed socialized medicine and a mosque in the […]

‘It’s pretty obvious that her mental faculties are considerably impaired’

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

While it’s clear Hillary Clinton is suffering from some fairly serious neurological illness — she told FBI investigators it was due to her suffering a concussion resulting from a fall MANY MONTHS EARLIER that she “forgot” that big letter “C” on documents she illegally sent through her unsecure private email server meant “Classified” — many […]

‘If we lose America to socialism, there is nowhere else to go. Please, please don’t be stupid’

Monday, October 24th, 2016

“Mr. Trump is deeply unpopular among Hispanics, who account for nearly one in five Florida voters,” Trip Gabriel wrote for the The New York Times on Sept. 17.

What is each American’s ‘fair share’?

Sunday, October 23rd, 2016

As we pointed out in our last entry, it’s a common complaint that American political campaigns ignore real policy differences, in favor of personal smears.

Which racist candidate vows to make sure many more young black men can never find a job?

Sunday, October 23rd, 2016

It’s a common complaint that American political campaigns ignore or gloss over important policy differences, substituting a few slick euphemisms, in favor of personal smears.

‘We’ll see. We couldn’t help her any more than we have, she’s gotten just a free ride so far from the media; we’re the biggest ones promotin’ her campaign’

Friday, October 21st, 2016

CNN news reader Chris Cuomo admitted it on camera, TWO YEARS AGO, on June 9, 2014, when the cable network started boosting Hillary (even before she’d officially announced her latest candidacy) by giving free coverage to the launch of the latest book the Marxist wealth-redistributor supposedly “wrote,” the snoozefest “Hard Choices: A Memoir” (this one […]

Democrat agents on video, in their own words, bragging about causing riots at Trump rallies and plans to bus illegal voters to steal the election. The Major networks? ‘Nothing to see here, move along’

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

You know that popular narrative, droning on 24/7 in the state-socialist, all-in-for-Hillary Media, that Trump voters (54 percent of the country, actually) are a bunch of “violent racists”?

Trump is right — Mainstream Press is part of Team Hillary, burying her crimes the way a squirrel hides nuts

Monday, October 17th, 2016

New York magazine, which seems to be making an attempt to corner the market on left-wing cluelessness of late, runs a piece by Ed Kilgore (who coincidentally is also managing editor of something called “The Democratic Strategist / Political Strategy for a Permanent Democratic Majority”) asserting it’s somehow “dangerous” for Donald Trump to be telling […]

Watching the professional suicide of the once (somewhat) objective American press

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

To an astonishing extent, most of the major media in this country appear to have forgotten their job. They wade into the deep and dangerous waters of arrogance, presuming not merely to instruct their countrymen in all the available facts, “unweighted,” but to blatantly and unashamedly pick and choose what the people shall be told, […]

Oct. 10, four weeks out: it’s now Trump’s race to win or lose

Monday, October 10th, 2016

I suspect most commentators missed the real significance of Donald Trump’s move to make sure the three most prominent victims of Bill Clinton’s rapes and sexual assaults -– Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Wiley and Paula Jones (along with Kathy Shelton, see ) — were seated prominently in the small audience at his “Town Hall” debate […]