A large number of controversial and important items relative to the upcoming election were released Friday. Almost all of them dealt with the corruption, double-dealing, and dishonesty of Hillary Clinton. But one of them was the inflammatory video of Donald Trump discussing his views on women as objects of sexual prey. The mainstream media has largely ignored the lion’s share of the releases (dealing with Hillary) to focus on the 11-year-old, three-minute-long video of Donald Trump expressing a lowbrow, Neanderthalic attitude toward women, when he was recorded on a live mike without his knowledge.
As if the irony of Barack Obama having been dubbed the first “post-racial president” wasn’t thick enough, now the Obama administration wants to create a new racial category — for people from the Middle East and North Africa.
A group of Mexican senators have joined an effort to get Mexicans to the polls to influence the U.S. presidential elections in November.
The United Nations is pushing a plan calling for the control of financial resources in the United States in order to establish racial equality.
New York state’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, is engaged in what seems to be a politically motivated attack against Donald Trump and his foundation for supposedly not filing the proper paperwork in order to solicit contributions. Say it isn't so!
The much anticipated announcement by Julian Assange commemorating the 10th anniversary of WikiLeaks was, in a word, underwhelming. After press reports set the stage for an announcement that was to be cataclysmic to the Clinton campaign, Assange spent much of his two hours in the spotlight telling a bleary-eyed world — many of whom had stayed up into the wee hours to hear the news — that WikiLeaks will be releasing a trove of leaked documents over the next 10 weeks.
Documents released by WikiLeaks indicate that Hillary Clinton called for a drone strike to kill Julian Assange.
If Hillary Clinton believes that touting Alicia Machado's support reflects well on her, perhaps she ought to ponder the saying, “Tell me who your friends are, and I’ll tell you who you are.”
Par for the course, the mainstream media is more interested in what Donald Trump allegedly said about a beauty queen than Juanita Broaddrick's claim that Bill Clinton raped her in 1978 and that Hillary helped cover up the alleged crime.