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When the news broke Tuesday that Megyn Kelly was leaving the Fox News bubble to pursue a broader audience at NBC, my initial thought was:… Continue reading
You never hear the term “black liar” anymore. I think it died in the 19th century, which is a shame, because it’d be a kick… Continue reading
The latest intelligence revelations about Russia’s cyberpush for Donald Trump are so persuasive that even congressional Republican leaders have been compelled to take notice. There… Continue reading
We’re all so fixated on what’s happening right now in Washington - where Team Trump, shocked by its own victory, is scrambling to form a… Continue reading
I didn’t think it would happen. I was wrong. And if it’s true what they say, that misery loves company, well, I have plenty of… Continue reading
Politics are such a torment that I would advise everyone I love not to mix with them. Wait, that’s not me talking in 2016. That… Continue reading
Mike Pence hit the stump in Utah on Wednesday. Yes, Utah.
Down in the dark where the demons live, Donald Trump surely knows he's DOA. So he figures that what the heck, he might as well do his best to exhibit his very worst.
Yes, folks, it's time for another episode of "Imagine The Outcry!"
I won't waste your time trying to use Feeling Poorlygate as an excuse to play amateur doctor — plenty of people in the basket of deplorables are doing that already — because here's the sagacious bottom line.
How refreshing it is, after weeks and months of faux Clinton Foundation "scandals," after all the fatuous media talk about "optics" and "perceptions," to finally have a real foundation scandal to chew on. An actual example of pay-to-play, of money given and a favor granted. And it comes to us courtesy of Donald Trump.
Back in early May, I predicted that the mainstream media's "objectivity" rituals would kick in as autumn neared, "balancing" the two major candidates according to the timeworn rules of "on of the one hand, on the other hand," thus leaving the impression that Hillary Clinton (seasoned and experienced, whatever her flaws) and Donald Trump (manifestly unfit, by dint of his temperament and ignorance) can somehow be equated.
The mainstream media has a tough time "balancing" the coverage of a presidential campaign where one candidate is temperamentally suited for the Oval Office and the other candidate belongs in a middle school locker room, snapping wet towels.
If you read Superman comics as a kid, you're probably familiar with Bizarro World — the planet where everything is the opposite of life on Earth. I bring this up because it's clear Donald Trump is running for president of Bizarro World.
Hillary Clinton is riding high, thanks to the latest Trumplosions. But just because she's winning in the polls, we shouldn't whitewash her flaws. And here's one that sticks in my craw.
The Republican race has gone nuclear.
Unlike their Republican counterparts, Democrats tend not to wallow in the sewer with infantile chants like "Lock Her Up." Instead, they simply whacked Donald Trump with substance throughout their four-day convention in Philadelphia.
I knew it would be a long night when Donald Trump launched his acceptance speech with a promise to speak "honestly," telling the crowd, "There will be no lies. We will honor the American people with the truth, and nothing else."
The latest fad, propagated by many members of the commentariat, is to equate the America of 2016 with the America of 1968.
To quote poet T. S. Eliot, the House Select Committee on Benghazi finally folded its tent Tuesday - "not with a bang, but a whimper."