John Hawkins, Since Donald Trump became president, liberals have been…let’s just say… EXTREMELY upset. On the other hand, even as someone who was not a fan of Trump, I have been very happy with his performance. In fact, so far, I don’t think anything Trump has done is radical. It’s more of a re-balancing towards
Daniel Greenfield, Some of this is straightforward bias. Anything that President Trump says must be attacked and he must be denounced as a liar. No matter what he says. When he’s attacking what has become a major policy plank for the left, the assault is redoubled. But there’s another aspect to this. And Trump has
The Washington Post’s Dave Weigel ventured into Kenosha, Wisconsin, speaking with Obama-turned-Trump voters and showing how Clinton’s attacks against Trump simply didn’t resonate at all. Moreover, it delved into the changing dynamics of the area, where motor plants were closed, new houses were built, and where folks lying to get federal welfare benefits have angered
Matt Vespa, Okay—so, is this in bad taste, or the sign that Americans are just mad as hell and they’re not going to take it anymore. Along the Oregon interstate, Billy Pitner decided to hang Clinton in effigy, with a sign that reads, “Vote Trump, Uranium One, Treason? Ask Her? Folks, I’m all for free speech.