Brent Bozell, When Congress returns in January, the Democrats will be gunning for several of President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominees. The left has already launched negative narratives on several, especially Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Trump’s pick for attorney general. Not only are the left-wing news media giving oxygen to these vitriolic attacks but in
Richard Spencer, one of the leaders of the Alt-Right, has suddenly found himself in the news after a video surfaced of him shouting “Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail victory!” at an Alt-Right conference as attendees gave Spencer the Nazi salute in solidarity. He has also been banned from Twitter. Here are five things to know
Nancy Pelosi spoke with President-elect Donald Trump by phone to congratulate him on his victory. Hillary Clinton graciously conceded. President Obama called for a “peaceful transfer of power.” Harry Reid, not so much. The pugilistic Senate Democratic leader who is retiring this term issued a 473-word statement Friday railing against Trump’s election, saying it has
John Philip Sousa IV, Here’s the astonishing truth the media’s not talking about and Democrats refuse to believe — Donald Trump is getting more than double, and sometimes more than triple, the black vote Romney got 4 years ago. Recent polling by Remington Research shows Trump getting 22% in Florida, Romney got 5 percent. In
Ben Carson,The Root #NewDealForBlackAmerica Donald Trump often says things that many people believe to be true but dare not say. He did it again recently by saying that nobody needs to tell African Americans in this country that the old New Deal from the Democratic Party isn’t working for them. Trump made the simple but accurate
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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his surrogates amplified their rhetoric on the racially charged issue of voting fraud, accusing Democrats of systematic cheating that could throw the election to Hillary Clinton. Trump said in a Twitter message Sunday that the Nov. 8 election is “absolutely being rigged” at polling places and through media coverage.
Brion McClanahan, As the debate turned to questions of race Monday night, Hillary Clinton, in an almost choreographed move, turned gravely serious, her countenance sullen, and her words slow and carefully chosen. Anything less would be political suicide, at least for the Democrats. Then she began pandering. “I’ve heard Donald say this at his rallies,
Aaron Klein, Breitbart NEW YORK – Babu Omowale, the national chairman for the People’s New Black Panther Party, is not excited about the candidates in this year’s presidential election, stating that neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump represent the interests of African-Americans. Omowale reserved most of his invective for Hillary Clinton, declaring she is “not
Alex Swoyer, Donald Trump blasted his rival Hillary Clinton and her running mate Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) during a packed campaign rally in Roanoke, Virginia at the Berglund Center on Saturday night. “He’s not very popular,” Trump criticized of Kaine in his home state, saying Kaine won his election by a small margin. Trump went on to tout that he’s nearly
Crystal Wright, The president tells African-Americans not to vote for black lives, but to protect his legacy. President Barack Obama told a crowd of black people that he’d consider it a personal insult if blacks don’t vote for Hillary in 2016. Just when you thought Democrats couldn’t dial up their identity politics anymore, Obama told black
Armstrong Williams, Although I have been a so-called ‘black’ American and a social conservative all my life – and found the two aspects of my identity to be remarkably congruent – I am always surprised when confronted with some of the vitriol that I and my fellow black conservatives face when addressing the black community.