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George Washington University Study Guide: Only Whites Are Racist

Hank Berrien,   A study guide used at George Washington University asserts that only whites can be racist. As Paul Mirengoff writes at Power Line, the study guide for one class reads: Prejudice + Power = Racism * Racism, however, requires institutional power * In the U.S. white people alone hold the institutional power to

Pat Buchanan: Trump had Most Effective Performance in the history of Debates

The Donald Lives! Donald Trump turned in perhaps the most effective performance in the history of presidential debates on Sunday night.        As the day began, he had been denounced by his wife, Mike Pence, and his own staff for a tape of crude and lewd remarks in a decade-old “locker room” conversation on a

Trump triumphs and leaves a sputtering Hillary in the rear-view mirror

The second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis was do or die for Donald Trump; against all odds he survived to fight another day. Dead on arrival, however, was any pretense of civility between Hillary Clinton and her GOP opponent. In the wake of the damaging tape which revealed Trump boasting about his

Trump comes out swinging and wins second debate

William Whalen, It’s a strange time to be in St. Louis. For the first time since 2010, the Cardinals failed to make the playoffs. The St. Louis Rams are no more, having returned to their Los Angeles past. Maybe strangest of all: the political Shocktoberfest that is the 2016 presidential election, culminating in the second

TONIGHT THE SECOND TRUMP-CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL #DEBATE

“The second presidential debate of the 2016 general-election campaign takes place on Sunday, Oct. 9, at Washington University in St. Louis.” “The debate starts at 9 p.m. ET and is set to run 90 minutes with no commercial interruptions. According to the Commission on Presidential Debates, the second match-up be a town-hall format. Half of the

Trump feels ‘terrible’ about vulgar comments but not stepping aside

Republican Donald Trump, facing a revolt from his party over vulgar comments he made about women, feels “terrible” about the remarks but has no intention of stepping aside in the U.S. presidential race and will appear at a debate later on Sunday, a top Trump adviser said. The adviser, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani,

Trump’s Focus turns to Tonight’s Presidential #Debate

Pressure on Trump likely to be intense at second debate with Clinton. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, facing eroding support from his party over lewd remarks about women, goes into a second presidential debate with Democrat Hillary Clinton on Sunday needing to demonstrate he remains a credible candidate. The pressure on the 70-year-old Trump at

74% of Republican Voters Want Party to Stand by Trump

A new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll conducted after the Republican nominee’s lewd comments went public shows a sharp partisan divide. At least for now, rank-and-file Republicans are standing by the party’s presidential candidate, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll conducted immediately after audio was unearthed Friday that had the GOP nominee crudely bragging about groping

Sunday’s Debate, What Clinton and Trump Need to Prove On the Economy

Ian Salisbury,  Both candidates need to make a better case to voters. With many Americans still struggling to make ends meet, the economy is likely to take center stage yet again, when presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump meet for their second debate this Sunday. While Clinton was largely regarded as the winner at

Brexit Mastermind Tells Trump to Avoid Catfight With Clinton

Nigel Farage, who helped lead the campaign for the U.K. to leave the European Union, has some advice for Donald Trump ahead of the next U.S. presidential debate against Democrat Hillary Clinton. “Don’t let her get under your skin,” Farage, the former leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), said in an interview on CNN’s

Clinton-Trump State of Play Heading Into Debates

Two of the most widely disliked major-party nominees in U.S. history, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, should welcome any chance to change the negative impressions voters have of them. Three nationally televised debates could provide that opportunity — or could reinforce their weaknesses. Ronald Reagan used a quip to assuage concerns about his age on