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The Delusional Optimism of Both Sides

Ben Shapiro, This week, President Trump went to battle with Gold Star widow Myeshia Johnson. Johnson’s husband, Sgt. La David Johnson, was killed in Niger earlier this month. Trump called his widow to offer his condolences. But Myeshia Johnson apparently interpreted that call as a callously indifferent attempt to curry favor. She conveyed her displeasure

The Truth About Voter ID

Jerome R. Corsi | Infowars, Florida 2012: How Dems used systematic voting fraud to cost Romney the election. In 2012, when I had press credentials to join the “traveling press” on then-GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign airplane, I had a chance to observe Democratic Party voter fraud up close. In the book I wrote

Slate switches from defense of Electoral College to calling it a tool of white supremacy

What a difference four years and Donald Trump’s victory make for the liberal site Slate.  Slate published a piece in November 2012 called “In Defense of the Electoral College” that lists five reasons why the system, which allows state electors to ultimately select the future president whether or not that person won the popular vote, is

Romney: Trump Is Open To Alternative Views

Jason Hopkins, Mitt Romney appears to have no hard feelings for being passed over as Trump’s secretary of state. Even though ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson was chosen for the position in the end, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee says that his candidacy alone proves Trump is willing to listen to alternative viewpoints. He expressed his