National Anthem Protests

by Source: When San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick opted to figuratively “stand up” against alleged oppression of black people in America by not standing for the playing of the national anthem in a pre-season game of the National Football League (NFL), it vividly illustrated the cultural divisions that exist in American society. “I […]

Trump misled public about income ‒ records

by Source: New records show that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump misled the public when he claimed he made $694 million last year. Trump’s claims about his wealth, success and finances have been crucial to his voter appeal during his campaign. During the first debate, Trump said that he made $694 million last year, […]

Hillary campaign manager: ‘I know she has begun to hate everyday Americans’

by Source: There long has been evidence of Hillary Clinton’s sense of entitlement – the stories of her ordering Secret Service officers to carry her bags, her unabashed demands for hundreds of thousands of dollars for speeches, her insistence on specific travel accommodations and much more. Now there’s evidence of exactly what she thinks of the average […]

Disgraceful Debate?

by Source: Schieffer: Presidential Debate ‘Was Just Disgraceful’ … Bob Schieffer was not a fan of Sunday night’s presidential debate.   -CBS Bob Schieffer, CBS news contributor and former “Face the Nation” host made news for calling the most recent presidential debate “disgraceful.” But the debate was more predictable than disgraceful. In fact, the […]

Media’s Anti-Trump Bias Obvious in Second Presidential Debate

by Source: The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was yet another exercise in liberal media bias. Almost from the beginning, the tone was clear: Trump would be taken to task and held to answering direct questions while Clinton would be allowed to redirect, obfuscate, and dodge. The pattern held true […]

Scandal management: Pentagon spends most of US gov’t PR budget

by Source: By far the greatest share of the US government’s public relations budget – more than all the other agencies combined – is spent by the military, an audit has revealed. While that has helped the Pentagon pitch fancy weapons, it hasn’t managed to make them work. The Department of Defense employs 40 […]