Donald Trump spoke at the Rolling Thunder convention in Washington DC. Trump told the biker rally that illegal immigrants are... The post DONALD TRUMP Speaks at Rolling Thunder: Illegal Immigrants Getting Better Care than Our Veterans (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel in San Diego on Friday ordered the release of internal Trump University documents that are part of a class-action lawsuit alleging fraud against the company. The Washington Post first reported the news,...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post offers a familiar excuse for Hillary Clinton’s insistence on using a private email server. According to Marcus, “the scar tissue built up over years of politically motivated attacks...Show More Summary
A federal judge ordered internal Trump University documents that are part of a class-action lawsuit be released following a request by the Washington Post. U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel is well aware that Donald Trump is none...Show More Summary
Ezra Klein drills down into the WaPo/ABC poll showing Trump leading Clinton on vox.com. The latest Washington Post/ABC News poll sure looks like a nightmare for Donald Trump. 57 percent of voters have an unfavorable impression of Trump 56 percent of voters think Trump is unqualified for the presidency A plurality of voters (44-39) think Clinton better [...]Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Ed O’Keefe of the Washington Post is unhappy that Marco Rubio is ready to support Donald Trump’s presidential bid. He calls Rubio a “shape-shifter and implies that Rubio’s support of Trump stems from the tycoon’s improving poll numbers. Show More Summary
A new poll by ABC-The Washington Post found that 20% of Bernie Sanders supporters will support Donald Trump in the... The post Shock Dem Poll=> 1 in 5 Bernie Supporters Will Vote TRUMP appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
My Sunday Washington Post Business Section column is out. This morning, we look at whether financial advisors should always say Yes to their clients. The short answer is, No. Indeed, providing best interests advice often means politely explaining to clients why what they want to do is against what their interests are. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s protective crouch by Ruth Marcus Washington Post Writers Group Columnist “I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.” — Email from then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to aide Huma Abedin, November 2010, contained in State Department inspector general’s report on Clinton’s private email use. WASHINGTON — This is not a smoking [...]Show More Summary
“For the past two months, Donald Trump has presided over a political team riddled with turf wars, staff reshuffling and dueling power centers,” the Washington Post reports. “But the tensions are more than typical campaign chaos: They illustrate how Trump [...]
Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, was slammed by the sister of Vince Foster for dredging up conspiracy theories about the former White House counsel to then-President Bill Clinton. In a Washington Post editorial entitled “Vince Foster was my brother. Show More Summary
'The Washington Post caused a furor when they released a new poll, claiming that 90% of Native Americans are not offended by the home football team’s controversial name. We read this article with great interest and came away with more questions than answers. Show More Summary
As the U.S. remembers its fallen soldiers this Memorial Day weekend, artists from all over the country are flocking to Washington, D.C. to commemorate people living on the fringes of society. The post Artists Are Taking Over The Oldest National Museum To Tell The Story Of Mass Incarceration appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Following up on Bunker Hill (discussed in most of these postings), Nathaniel Philbrick has brought out Valiant Ambition: George Washington, Benedict Arnold, and the Fate of the American Revolution. As the title indicates, this book focuses on the Continental commander-in-chief and one of his most capable yet prickly protégés. Show More Summary
The Washington Post’s editorial board thoroughly documented the plight of Venezuelans, noting the lack of basic supplies, medicines, and food....
The Washington Post poll that supporters of the local NFL team’s name believed would end the debate has potentially reinvigorated it — along with sparking a new debate over whether there should even be a debate about the propriety of the name. On Friday, a group of Native American leaders and activists (i.e., not “white…
"One Washington state dentist turned the tables on a patient who blamed him for the loss of a molar: 'Due to your clenching and grinding habit, this is not the first molar tooth you have lost due to a fractured root,' he wrote. 'This...Show More Summary
The son of Justice Scalia, who works at a PR firm in Washington, has this in The Washington Post:“Whatever works” is the unofficial slogan of pragmatists. It also sounds a lot like Trump, who has promised to fix everything from health...Show More Summary
Has Paul Ryan become so disaffected with Donald Trump that he quietly changed political parties, when no one was looking? The Washington Post, in an unrelated story, ran a photo of Orrin Hatch standing next to Ryan with the caption (emphasis...Show More Summary
A 7-year-old boy is being lauded for his bravery after he attempted to fight off a gun-wielding robber while armed with only a stuffed animal last week in Maryland, Fox News reports. According to the Washington Post, the boy's parents took him to GameStop to buy a Yoshi doll. They...