Given Macy's continued alignment with Donald Trump and promotion of his Chinese made clothing line, it is now clear that the department store giant is...
Will WND's failure and self-destruction prompt Joseph Farah and crew to do some soul-searching? Unlikely -- Farah is trying to seize on the post-election atmosphere to shake down his readers for more cash.
Donald Trump's preposterous video challenge to President Obama earlier this week ($5 million to a charity of the president's choice, in exchange for t...
He's still at it, but he's no more truthful now than he was then -- and even the birthers are catching on.
The very rich are different from us. For one, their Etch A Sketches are better. The handheld toy I played with as a boy must be tiny compared to whatever Romney used to reinvent himself in the Denver debate.
It's rough being Jerome Corsi these days. WorldNetDaily's star reporter has spent the past four years peddling various birther conspiracies, desperately trying to prove that Barack Obama was not born in the United States.
Here's a sneak peak at what we can only imagine goes on behind the closed doors of Republican spin doctors. It turns out, they knew about Clint Eastwood and the empty chair!
Isn't Romney running as a smart businessman who can rescue the economy? What major corporation would execute a proposed merger without due diligence on the other company's books?
With the exception of a couple of righteously indignant journos like Matthews and O'Brien, the American news media, given all that's at stake in this most critical election, appears utterly useless right now.
Although Romney has said he believes President Obama was born in the United States, the unspoken assumption in his remark is that we may not really know where his opponent was born and raised. That little piece of inside information is the punch line.
Hate-mongering in any form is not a permissible political strategy. There must be a consensus among both Republicans and Democrats that the demonization of the President of the United States, or anyone else for that matter, will be neither tolerated nor rewarded.
Donald Trump has fallen under the spell of the Age of Insanity. Here's a wealthy educated man. Influential. A New York icon. And yet, he believes that Barack Obama is some kind of Manchurian Candidate president. Let's examine the logic.
So what exactly is Mitt hiding? Is he a flat-out tax cheat or simply paying embarrassingly low rates which would further cast him as a privileged elitist who's even more out-of-touch with the average voter than previously believed?
It doesn't matter what we sound like, what we look like and where we live, we are American's in our hearts. We carry our patriotism in our hearts with Latin passion, and no one can take that away.
While there are ways to present information more effectively, the extensive social science research we review in our New America report suggests that misperceptions are very difficult to counter.