Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee both funded research that led to the development of a discredited dossier about President Donald Trump’s connections to Russia, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. The Post cited “people familiar with the matter” as its sources for the report.
Former President Jimmy Carter claimed the media was “harder” on President Donald Trump than previous presidents, The New York Times reported Saturday.”I think the media have been harder on Trump than any other president, certainly that I’ve known about,” Carter said. “I…
Bruce Thornton is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center. For over forty years the left has been successfully reshaping American culture. Social mores and government policies about sexuality, marriage, the sexes, race relations, morality, and ethics have changed radically.
The mass shooting in Las Vegas has renewed talks of gun-control legislation in Congress, but most voters continue to question the motives of politicians who raise gun-related issues. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that just 15% of Likely U.S.
If John Persinger wins the mayoral race in Erie, Pa., next month, it just might be the greatest local political upset in America this century. A Republican candidate has not been elected mayor here since 1961, when JFK was president. Tall, witty, energetic and razor-sharp, Persinger is not the guy you’d expect to settle in a town like Erie.
When the rise of Donald J. Trump obliterated the norms of American politics, the norms of American journalism were demolished, as well. A telling new study released Monday by the Pew Media Center examines the tone of the news media’s coverage of Trump’s first 100 days in office (spoiler alert-it has been overwhelmingly negative), and reveals the degree to which this singular presidency has profoundly altered the way in which the press does its job.