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Donald Trump speech beats Hillary Clinton in TV viewership

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump pulled off the upset — at least in television popularity.

Hillary Clinton’s acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention was seen by 29.8 million people on the commercial networks, the Nielsen company said Friday. 504 more words



Democrats keep thinking — erroneously — that you can counter Trump with truth. By presenting accurate information. By countering his wild, unsupported claims with facts. Surely if we show up his lies and deceptions, his followers will realize he is a blowhard demagogue with no actual accomplishments or ideas? 408 more words


One Man Tells His Emotional Tale About How Hillary Clinton Helped Him Battle Cancer

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has a long, storied history of service when it comes to the United States, which has perhaps become lost in the recent headlines. 514 more words

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Arendt: Parties, States, and the Lesser Evil Campaign

This week we’re looking at the 1932 German election season. It’s pretty crazy – at least, the campaigning seems really backwards. I feel like we’re slowly getting further and further away from theology – although this isn’t bad material. 931 more words


Mark Cuban Endorses Hillary Clinton

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton toured the U.S. Rust Belt on Saturday, promising to reject bad international trade deals during a factory visit and securing the endorsement of investor Mark Cuban at a Pittsburgh rally. 525 more words


Trump says presidential debates shouldn't compete with NFL

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he doesn’t like going up against NFL games when he debates Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton this fall and that the football league complained to him about the debate schedule in a letter. 379 more words


How the left has enabled the far-right

Donald Trump – the 45th President of the United States.

Picture that for a moment.

His face on all the TV screens at every American airport, welcoming you to what will officially be the country he’s running; he’ll preside over an office that was previously held by Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt; he’ll be the most powerful man in America, his home will be the White House, he will fly around in Air Force One, he’ll be… 1,245 more words