Sources say the White House is drafting an order to combat alleged anti-conservative bias by companies such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden should probably fact check the Washington Post before he repeats a story about President Trump that he or one of his speechwriters read.
Former Vice President Joe Biden again attempted to connect President Trump with the mass shooting in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, with a carefully scripted pack of half-truths and lies.
As President Trump is pressured to ban “assault rifles,” he should note that no such weapons have been used in any mass shooting in memory. In the reporting on these events, however, assault commentary is regularly deployed. Trump could also note, as he prepares to visit the sites of two weekend mass shootings and is criticized for telling the truth about illegal migration, that illegal aliens have killed far more American citizens than “assault rifles” have.
Predicting who will win a presidential primary months before it takes place is complicated by trying to determine which candidate the liberal media most wants to win, and will thus declare the winner — regardless of the actual outcome.
While political fallout after mass shootings and calls for more gun control may hurt Republicans in suburban districts, polls show the impact is usually temporary.
It may seem like a parody by satire site the Onion or conservative actors, but the Democratic Socialist Convention this weekend was all too real — and unreal.
Reza Aslan, the former CNN star who ate human flesh and two days ago tweeted that a presidential advisor should be “eradicated,” escalated his rhetoric on Sunday and called for the eradication of Trump supporters.