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No More Wasted Votes, Poisoned Elections

Paul Jacob, Who to blame for the Trump win? I mean, who to praise? What do I mean? The blamers are out in force, of course. Hillary Clinton’s concession speech was barely uttered before the Twitterstorm was unleashed upon those who voted for the Green and Libertarian Party presidential candidates. And at least one blogger

Second presidential debate: What time does it start and where can I watch it?

With one debate behind them, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican rival Donald Trump will go head-to-head again Sunday as they meet for their second debate of the 2016 campaign cycle. Clinton, who saw a post-debate boost following the first presidential forum, will look to continue building momentum for her campaign in the final

No Poll Bump for Clinton After Debate

Jim Stinson, Despite predictions of certain doom from the punditry, Trump retains strong position. According to at least two polls, Donald Trump may have suffered little or no damage from Monday’s night debate. Even though a CNN/ORC poll conducted after the debate found voters thought Hillary Clinton won the contest by a 35-point margin, initial findings from other

New Poll finds virtual tie for Clinton, Trump

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will meet Monday night for their first debate in a virtual dead heat in the race for the White House, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, with the Democratic nominee’s August advantage erased after recent difficulties and the GOP nominee still facing doubts about his qualifications and temperament.

Election 2016: Race tightens in projected U.S. Electoral College vote

An election analysis conducted in the Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project shows that the race has tightened considerably over the past few weeks, with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump projected to win Florida, an essential battleground state, if the election were held today. The project, which is based on a weekly tracking poll of

Majority of Americans Say Country is Less Great

Daniel Greenfield, Another sad roadmarker that shows how many people have lost confidence. 45% of Americans feel that the country is less great than it was vs only 37% who believe that it is just as great. Only 16% believe that it has grown greater. This is one of those numbers that just jumps out

Goodbye Gary, Goodbye Mitt

Jeff Crouere, Just one day after jealous 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney recommended that Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee, be included in the debates, the idea has been exposed as patently ridiculous. On Thursday’s edition of the MSNBC program “Morning Joe” Johnson was asked “what about Aleppo?” Incredibly, the candidate who is

Hurry up, Please. It’s Time.

Suzanne Fields,  T.S. Eliot thought April is the cruelest month. But he didn’t live long enough to sample the 2016 presidential campaign. Besides, he skipped the country to take up citizenship in England. September and October are the cruelest months this year, leading out of a long, hot summer to the autumn road that will

Google Accused of Manipulating Search Results for ‘Jihad’

Charlie Nash, Free Speech Defense and Jihad Watch have accused Google of skewing their search results to promote a post from the Islamic Supreme Council defending Jihad as a “misunderstood concept” when searching for “jihad.” In their claims, they detail that when searching for the word “Jihad,” the Islamic Supreme Council’s article appears directly below the Wikipedia

Trump preps for first presidential debate; aide vows ‘unconventional’ approach

Donald Trump’s campaign confirmed that the candidate is off the campaign trail Sunday to get ready for his first presidential debate with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton but was mum on preparation strategy or likely tactics. “He’s the unpredictable X factor,” campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said on “Fox News Sunday” about Trump and his unconventional debate

Trump vows to work for ethnic harmony

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump offered a message of ethnic harmony on Friday at a Christian evangelical conference as he sought to calm concern about his criticism of a Mexican-American judge. In a departure from his usual freewheeling style, Trump read a carefully scripted speech from a teleprompter as part of a new push

Hannity Tells Trump: I’m Voting For You in November

Fox News anchor Sean Hannity told Donald Trump in an interview Tuesday night that he’ll be voting for the Republican presidential candidate in November. “I’m an opinion show and I don’t hold back that I’ll be voting for Donald Trump in November,” Hannity announced on his show, prompting a “thank you” from the businessman. The