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Sunday, October 23, 2016

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WikiLeak of the day

In which a Reuters reporter clears Benghazi coverage with Hillary henchman John Podesta.

Viva Las Vegas Review-Journal

The Las Vegas Review-Journal became the first major newspaper to endorse Donald Trump for president.


Reviewing Trump's contract with America

Donald Trump unveiled his Contract With America in hos Gettysburg Address on Saturday. There was good and bad. Let me sort it out.

Judge lets Florida run its own election

A federal judge did something rare for his occupation these days. He refused to take over a state function, in this case running the Florida election.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Trump won't affect down ballot

The political experts continue their streak of misinforming the public by rolling out the Down Ballot Canard. The only connection between the Senate and House elections and the presidential election is that they are held on the same day.

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Does National Review think Rolling Stone case is frivolous?

In March, the National Review published "Trump vs. the First Amendment," an intemperate piece that blasted the candidate for wanting to beef up libel laws."

Friday, October 21, 2016

They think we're mushrooms

The media thinks the American people are mushrooms. They try to keep us in the dark and feed us bullshit. Instead of reporting the news in this presidential campaign, they report a string of nontroversies.

Kurtz tosses aside his credibility

As a media critic for the Washington Post and CNN, Howard Kurtz was a reliable apologist for liberal bias in reporting. Moving to Fox News pushed him away from that. But with the departure of Roger Ailes and the rise of Trump, Kurtz has regressed into a PR man for a press corps that only 6% of the nation trusts, according to a poll by the Associated Press.

A disturbance in the Force, media?

Are Megyn Kelly and Joe Scarborough crawling on the Trump Train?

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Forecast that got every race right since 1912 says Trump wins big

Set the Wayback Machine for July 17, 2012, Sherman. Place, Stony Brook University, New York. Let's see what political science professor Helmut Norpoth has to say about the presidential race between incumbent President Obama and challenger Mitt Romney.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Adolfa laughs

From this week's debate: Hillary laughs at throwing gays off roofs in Saudi Arabia.

Switching from Green Party to Trump

Via, a woman who was for Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate, is switching to Trump. Her argument: "It is with a heavy heart that I have decided to switch my vote from Jill to Trump, and here is why: HILLARY'S WORDS HAVE SHAKEN ME TO MY CORE."

What comes after newspapers is worse

This blog is projected to make more money this year than your local newspaper. That's not saying much. A bum who finds a dollar bill will make more money than your local newspaper. Newspapers are bleeding money. The losses mount as advertising worldwide slows and moves to the Internet.

Hillary is too ill to be president

The press covered up for Franklin Roosevelt by ignoring the very severe physical deterioration of his body throughout the 1930s. He was not well enough to run for a third-term, and the result was a pact with the devil -- Stalin -- that gave half of Europe to the Soviet Empire in the war's aftermath.

Two more Amazon reviews of "Trump the Press"

Two more readers took the time to write reviews of "Trump the Press." I am very grateful and re-post them here.

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If Hillary wins, expect more thugs on the Supreme Court

Justice Soto Sotomayor is another reason you should vote for Trump. She made injudicious remark that is disturbing for its violent tone.