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Who Is Tim Kaine?

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made an announcement last week that she had chosen someone to be her vice presidential running mate for her party’s ticket, and that someone is Tim Kaine, the junior U.S. senator from Virginia. Ostensibly a liberal and a progressive, Kaine has a few minor qualities that might endear him to … Continue reading “Who Is Tim Kaine?”

A Media Fracas at the Convention

It’s been less than a week since the GOP Convention ended, but the fallout from one fracas hasn’t faded away. One of the biggest stories to come out of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, beyond Melania Trump and Ted Cruz, was the near-throwdown between Infowars.com TV and radio host Alex Jones and Cenk Uygur, … Continue reading “A Media Fracas at the Convention”

Facebook Is Now Censoring Conservative Memes

Controversy continues to swirl around Facebook as it appears the social media network is persisting in its censorship of conservative posts and messages. As reported earlier this year, Facebook’s “Trending Topics” news team has been accused of applying curatorial guidelines and algorithms that favored liberal and progressive news networks and stories, effectively censoring or stifling … Continue reading “Facebook Is Now Censoring Conservative Memes”

Ted Cruz’s Future Plans

In the aftermath of the Republican National Convention, one big name keeps coming up that’s entirely separate from those of the other people that were on the speaking rosters for each day — that of Ted Cruz. The former presidential candidate and senator from Texas drew boos when he got onstage to speak, and during … Continue reading “Ted Cruz’s Future Plans”

Charges of Speech Plagiarism — for Democrats

For some members of the press, one event from the recent Republican National Convention overshadowed all others — the apparent plagiarism in several lines of Melania Trump’s speech on the opening day of the convocation. That some lines of the speech were borrowed from Michelle Obama’s 2008 address to the Democratic National Convention is not … Continue reading “Charges of Speech Plagiarism — for Democrats”

Is Trump Benefitting More from Bernie Quitting than Hillary?

After running a fierce but ultimately doomed primary campaign, 74-year-old Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders endorsed his longtime rival, Hillary Clinton, ending months of bitter acrimony and enraging his hardcore supporters, many of whom have views of Clinton that are just as negative as those of Republican voters. In the wake of Sanders’ collapse, does presumptive … Continue reading “Is Trump Benefitting More from Bernie Quitting than Hillary?”

It’s The Economy Stupid

As the presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump goes into the summer stretch, both candidates are saddled with higher unfavorability ratings than those ever seen for competitors in a presidential election. Many analysts are saying that the election winner in the Fall could be less determined by the candidates’ personalities and more decided … Continue reading “It’s The Economy Stupid”

What If Trump Actually Wins?

By Robert Ringer You would think Hillary haters everywhere would be rejoicing in the fact that the FBI found her guilty of committing multiple federal crimes.  But a funny thing happened on the way to prison: FBI director James Comey inexplicably recommended that Hillary not be indicted and thus be allowed to continue her decades-long … Continue reading “What If Trump Actually Wins?”

When Trump Fought Racism

Since the beginning of his presidential campaign, Donald Trump has been labeled a racist by pundits, the media and voters, who, in most cases, have only paid attention to brief sound bites, excerpts of his speeches or random tweets from his widely followed Twitter account. Those who dig a little deeper, however, will quickly discover … Continue reading “When Trump Fought Racism”

Is Religious Freedom Under Attack in the Supreme Court?

In a possibly “ominous sign” of things to come, in the words of Justice Samuel Alito, the Supreme Court recently refused to hear a case centered on religious freedom, specifically on the right of a devout Christian pharmacy owner to refuse to sell contraceptives in his store in Olympia, Washington. Chief Justice John Roberts and … Continue reading “Is Religious Freedom Under Attack in the Supreme Court?”


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