The riot in Charlotte, and the fatal shooting of Keith Scott that sparked the violence, was the lead story in yesterday’s New York Times.
Is this election becoming the battle of the family foundations?
It was inevitable, once that bomb exploded in lower Manhattan, that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton would be engaged in a war of words over terrorism.
The liberal media are freaking out over the possibility that Donald Trump might win the presidency.
Donald Trump has been saying that the upcoming debates are part of a “rigged” system, so I decided to press him on it.
As poll after poll shows the presidential race tightening, Hillary Clinton has already fired most of her heavy artillery at Donald Trump.
It suddenly seems that hackers have seized control of the presidential election.
The media consensus is that Hillary Clinton’s failure to disclose her pneumonia was, well, deplorable.
Just when Hillary Clinton was stepping up her complaints about media bias, it turns out her bigger problem is media aversion.
Donald Trump has spent a good part of his campaign ripping the “dishonest” media as treating him unfairly.