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Enjoyable rant on Trump’s “candidacy” here but even better for its thoughts on the press coverage of the presidential campaign.
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Political coverage that ignores actual policy in favor of gauging public perception and election prospects often is called “horse race journalism” for treating politics as a pure competition, the only goal of which is electoral victory.
Donald J. Trump the leading choice for president among evangelical voters right now. This isn’t going down well with some of the gatekeepers—and for good reason. 875 more words
No doubt there are things that are difficult to grasp. For example, if we have a headache we take Paracetamol. For us it is sufficient to know that there is an expert out there who has worked out that Paracetamol consists of a… 1,082 more words
ABC Economics seldom expresses its own political views. However in the case of US Republican candidate Donald Trump we fully agree with The Economist’s critical assessment of the businessmen-turned-politician. 1,108 more words
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You know, I’m not ashamed to say I enjoy a bit of fake news satire. But you know there’s something wrong with the internet, when Wallace Runnymede can satirise the GOP, but I can’t even make a serious campaign video without stupid web trolling hipsters making innumerable Youtube parodies!