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Media Bias II: Hillary’s Health

Susan Stamper Brown, A CNN political commentator recently said it’s sexist  to raise questions about Hillary Clinton’s health. Apparently, issues like health, age, gender, religion, and race are off limits unless those in the mainstream media are discussing their political opponents. This bias should come as no surprise, given an Indiana University’s School of Journalism

Some things to know about Trump’s VP pick, Mike Pence

Donald Trump has postponed the announcement of his running mate due to the deadly truck attack in Nice, France. A news conference had been scheduled for Friday. Donald Trump was to officially tap Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate Friday, announcing his veep pick with a press conference in New York City. The 57-year-old Pence,

Former Notre Dame Football Coach Holtz Endorses Trump

“Honored to have received the endorsement of Lou Holtz — a great guy! #INPrimary #Trump2016,” Donald Trump writes in a tweet, referring to the former Notre Dame football coach. Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz has pledged his support for Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner announced Monday, giving the real estate mogul the endorsement

WW2 Vet Asks Trump and Knight A Question- Answer Brings Down The House

It’s the kind of thing that wouldn’t happen during a Democrat town hall. While it’s possible that a World War Two Veteran might be given the opportunity to ask a question, the spontaneous standing ovation that occurred as he was introduced in recognition of his service to the nation would never happen. The Veteran was

Bob Knight endorses Donald Trump in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS — Renowned basketball coach Bob Knight on Wednesday threw his support behind Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, less than a week before Indiana voters go to the polls in the state’s primary. The former Indiana Hoosiers coach, who was known for his brash and sometimes controversial manner, appeared with Trump at a rally in Indianapolis, hailing

˜Acela Primary’ Starts Key Campaign Week That Ends in Indiana

After five primaries Tuesday, attention will quickly move to Indiana and what’s viewed as the last best opportunity by Trump’s opponents to slow his momentum. Donald Trump is poised to sweep five Northeast primaries Tuesday as the Republican presidential campaign enters a critical week that ends with Indiana’s primary, a stretch that may determine his prospects of winning the

Indiana University Students Mistake Priest for KKK Member

Tom Ciccotta, Breitbart On Monday, students at Indiana University Bloomington mistook a priest for a Ku Klux Klan member, taking to social media to express their fear of the alleged Klansman, who they claimed was carrying a whip, and dressed in “white robes.” Rumors of a Klansman on campus were extinguished after it was pointed out

If Economic Cycle Theorists Are Correct, 2015 To 2020 Will Be Pure Hell For The United States

Michael SnyderEconomic Collapse Does the economy move in predictable waves, cycles or patterns?  There are many economists that believe that it does, and if their projections are correct, the rest of this decade is going to be pure hell for the United States.  Many mainstream economists want nothing to do with economic cycle theorists, but