Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was certainly right when she said that “we do not have a voting system we can trust.” And her aborted recount in Michigan helped prove it, revealing that more than one-third of Detroit voting machines recorded more votes than voters.
If the Russians really did attempt to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential vote, it certainly would not be the first time foreigners have tried to determine American elections and policies.
The CIA has lent credence to Hillary Clinton’s claim that Russia was behind the thousands of leaked e-mails that caused her campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) so much embarrassment when they were published by WikiLeaks, and her claim that the purpose of the leaks was to help get Donald Trump elected. The liberal mainstream media have reported on this in a series of misleading headlines which approach the level of click-bait.
In a recent interview, Barack Obama expressed the shopworn belief that America has not, by any means, “overcome the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow and colonialism and racism."
Tillerson is a deal maker, just like Trump. But one of those deals could cost him the nomination as Trump's secretary of state.
If Trump is serious about job growth in the United States, then Andy Puzder, the head of CKE Restaurants (Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr.), is his man.
With the nomination of Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma's fighting attorney general, to head up the EPA, conservatives have real hope that Trump has hit a home run.
Once Chicago's river of influence running to Washington, D.C., dries up on January 20, Chicago is going to be forced to fend for itself.