It was quite a damning story: “Trump Supporter Cold-Cocks 69-Year-Old Protester Outside Rally.” It was also phony and staged, as the Democrat operative who set the whole thing up reveals on hidden camera.
Will the 2016 election be stolen? If recent undercover videos providing evidence of possibly rampant Democrat vote fraud are any indication, it's a distinct possibility.
Media personalities have denounced Trump's failure to promise to "accept" the results of the presidential election, arguing this is the American tradition. But is it?
In the third — and final — presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump which was aired live Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton was — at long last — asked about the WikiLeaks disclosures over the past few weeks. In particular, Chris Wallace of Fox News, who moderated the debate, asked Clinton about comments she made to Banco Itaú about her “dream” of “a hemispheric common market with open trade and open borders.”
Analysis by the Tax Foundation of Clinton's and Trump's tax plans show that Trump's plan is the highly preferable one of the two; however, little that the candidates want is likely to make it through the legislative branch.
Voter fraud could change the outcome of a close election. Does the evidence back up former New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani's contention that “dead voters” have a partisan preference?
Leaked e-mails published by WikiLeaks show that the mainstream media are not the only media going out of their way to push the election to Hillary Clinton. While the collusion between the Department of Justice and the Clinton campaign/Clinton Foundation and between the mainstream media and the Clinton campaign/Clinton Foundation have done much to help Clinton, social media has played a big part in the game, as well.
Are elections in the United States being stolen? Establishment Democrats say no, claiming publicly that vote fraud doesn’t exist — but what they say privately may be a different story.
A large number of immigrants who have recently become naturalized as U.S. citizens are registering to vote — and most of these, especially those classified as “Latinos,” intend to vote for Hillary Clinton.
The collusion between the Department of State and the Clinton Foundation seems to have continued well beyond the time when Clinton was secretary of state. If anything, it is worse now and has grown to encompass the Clinton campaign. In fact, it appears that — at least in some regards — the State Department is little more than an extension of the campaign.