Somehow, four short years after the Democratic Party and their media allies publicly went through what recovering alcoholics call ‘a moment of clarity,’ they relapsed.
The president’s speech closed out the second remote convention in American history, and marked the first done right.
For many loyal corporate media consumers the convention provided the longest slice of counter-programming they’d been treated to in years.
Any slim, near-impossible chance the Democratic National Committee might have realized the dangers of dead air and pulled off last-minute live-audience re-tapes were dashed.
After all the hype, the Democratic Party’s Me Too-era reckoning over Bill Clinton ended with the former president getting a speaking slot at the 2020 DNC.
With America’s anti-Trump voters and allied reporters in the bag, Democrats know the biggest threat to their candidate is their candidate.
While it may not be the government’s business to inquire whether a political party is paying for propaganda, it sure the heck is its business to ensure the CIA and FBI aren’t.
A big Biden win three days before Tuesday’s votes won’t hand him any crown, but it will do a good deal to disperse the musk clinging to his campaign, especially in Southern states more disposed toward him.
A Bill Clinton-appointed judge dismissed a case that, at its core, was a private effort to punish and deter free speech because it embarrassed the left.
Recently released transcripts of congressional testimony now raise the specter that the FBI also used Nellie Ohr’s opposition research in the FISA applications.
The field will be too large for party elders to manage. Now they must figure out how to maximize its impact, and the key to it is how the Democratic National Committee structures its debates.
When are Republicans going to stop playing by two sets of rules?
‘It’s outrageous that the FEC has sat around and done nothing—especially with such a detailed, comprehensive paper trail handed to them,’ lawyer Dan Backer told The Federalist.
The DNC offered no explanation or condemnation of several march leaders’ well-documented history of anti-Semitism, yet it is no longer listed as a march ‘sponsor.’
In a parallel universe in which the law is applied without regard to politics, it would be not only Michael Cohen who is prosecuted for his legal transgressions.
Nations, not unlike families, need to have some sense of identity, even purpose. When a group of people is defined as everyone and anyone, that actually means that it is no one.
Senate Democrats refuse to even acknowledge the domestic abuse allegation made against Ellison by his ex-girlfriend Karen Monahan.
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