The real question is, how will you react when he fails to deliver on his promises?
From Gateway Pundit (via Snopes, so as not to link to that trash): Barack Obama openly called on illegal aliens to vote in Tuesday’s election. ...
Anyone who thinks a minor event like voting is going to shut down the television news industry's coverage of the 2016 presidential election probably also thinks The Walking Dead is a spinoff from the Grateful Dead.
This is the eighth in my series of "Letters to a Trump Supporter," from correspondence with a family friend who supports Mr. Trump. With two days lef...
In this round-the-clock confederacy of dunces, the standard of debate is strikingly low. Worse, there is no real fairness. And to compound the problem, the discussions -- if one can call them that -- are arbitrarily disrupted by advertising breaks.
Sunday night, I found myself in the crosshairs of the long-awaited Killing Reagan, and, well, I was not exactly slain. That was not due to any preco...
The media's responsibility is not only to report the facts, but to do so in a truthful and balanced manner. Too often it does not, preferring to perpetuate controversies to gain readership or ratings.
Photo: Apelles Entertainment My wife and I have spent the last three days preparing for a CAT-3 (4?) hurricane and the past five hours closing our h...
No one believes more in Donald Trump than Trump himself.
All kidding aside, I thought both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton turned in the best performance they're capable of.
The moderators at the next presidential debate must therefore put these issues front and center. We need a Commander in Chief who not only has the temperament to handle the challenges of the nuclear arsenal, but also one who understands what it's all about.
The presidential debates should be an opportunity to focus on the most important issues of the day. Unfortunately, the producers of the second debate failed miserably at this goal, because of their selection of which questions to ask.
Why does there remain a small, but obviously powerful pocket within the Republican Party, or at least within the Trump campaign and within the fringe confines of the conservative media, that sees this topic as the Most Important Issue Facing America?
Journalism was once a completely respectable profession.
Who am I, really? Thanks to Fox News correspondent Jesse Watters' recent Watters' World segment about how Asians will vote in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, I've found my calling. I'm a prop. A mute prop. And I'm not just ok with it; I embrace and internalize it.
I had my worst TAD flare up to date on Monday night, September 28. While watching the debate, with a roomful of friends, I couldn't help but notice the pained look on nearly every face, They saw in me what I saw in them: TAD. We all had it. The stomach wrenching. The heat was building. Anxiety was taking over.