"One of two choices" fallacy. The post Ted Cruz doesn’t appear enthusiastic about Trump support appeared first on Hot Air.
(Steven Hayward) I’m a certified New England Patriots hater. Don’t even get me started. But you do have to tip your hat to them when they deserve it. Their 3 – 0 start without pretty boy quarterback Tom Brady is a remarkable feat of coaching by the worst-dressed coach in all of pro sports, Bill Belichick. Show More Summary
An explosion shook Malmo, Sweden on Sunday hours after a gun attack near a soccer stadium. BREAKING | Explosion rocks... The post BREAKING: Explosion Rocks Malmo, Sweden Hours After Gun Attack (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
As long as it is YOU getting killed what do I care? The post Washington Post: Hey, If A Few Of You Get Killed By Terrorists That’s Too Bad appeared first on RedState.
(John Hinderaker) Tomorrow night is, of course, the long-awaited first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Some are saying it will be the most-watched debate in presidential history, with 100 million or more tuning in, and it could have a decisive impact on this year’s election. Show More Summary
House Speaker Paul Ryan praised Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s efforts to win over African-American voters who have long backed Democrats.
Rick Klein: “The public’s expectations are clear: 47 percent of Americans expect Hillary Clinton to win Monday’s first presidential debate, compared to only 33 percent for Donald Trump. As for the campaigns’ expectations, they’re focused on the moderator. Critical to [...] The post Both Campaigns Shift Focus to the Moderator appeared first on Political Wire.
Addressing a policy forum organized by The Texas Tribune, the Texas senator said Saturday it was "agonizing" making the decision to back Trump, whom he once called a "pathological liar" and "serial philanderer." Cruz rocked the Republican...Show More Summary
At his last scheduled public appearance before his first debate with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Republican nominee Donald Trump portrayed himself as the political avatar for “every neglected part of this nation...
Hillary Clinton continues to hold advantages over Donald Trump in the states she would need to win the presidency in November, but Donald Trump has made gains in some battleground … Click to Continue »
I swear there’s something familiar about this guy.
Thousands of indigenous Hawaiians have a claim to publicly trusted lands. But to keep any property, they first have to pass a blood test.
The Hillary campaign invited billionaire businessman Mark Cuban to sit in the front row of tomorrow evening’s Presidential debate, so that he could troll Donald Trump. Which, on the face
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A few months ago while attending Netroots Nation 2016 in St. Louis, Missouri, I shared an Uber with former Ohio State Senator Nina Turner and Georgia state Senate candidate Tamara Johnson Shealey. Together, we visited the site where Michael Brown died at the hands of police officer Darren Wilson. Show More Summary
Even puppets don't want to be on the receiving end of the Clinton treatment The post Comedian/Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham and ‘Friends’ Explain Why They Don’t Make Fun of Hillary appeared first on RedState.
Who didn't see this coming?
On "Meet the Press" today, Chuck Todd was interviewing Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta:CHUCK TODD: Is your goal of this debate is to get under his skin? Is that why you gave Mark Cuban a ticket right in the front row?JOHN...Show More Summary
“Democrats are now facing a tougher road to capturing the Senate majority as the presidential race tightens and Donald Trump is not proving to be the dramatic drag on down-ballot candidates that Republicans once feared,” the Washington Post reports. “Trump’s [...] The post Democratic Hopes of Winning Senate Fade appeared first on Political Wire.
Washington Post: “At a working group session in August, Clinton advisers met with a small group hand-picked by the campaign to help shed light on the Republican nominee. The focus on Trump’s personality suggests that Clinton’s approach on Monday may [...] The post Clinton Has Focused on Trump’s Personality appeared first on Political Wire.