Islam: Just as American as Christianity

(The Nation) — Not content with alienating single women, Latinos and the LGBT community, the two front-runners for the Republican nomination indulged in some naked Islamophobia this past week.

Donald Trump told an audience member at one of his events that he’d “look into” either expelling America’s Muslim population, or the existence of Jihadi training camps on US soil, depending on how charitably one viewed the exchange.

Then Ben Carson appeared on Meet…

Video shows Hillary campaign worker violating election rule

Trump meme reportedly flashed by Hillary Clinton campaign worker during voter registration drive (Photo: Project Veritas Action)

A new video released by James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas organization shows a staff member of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign using an image of GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump to “scare” voters into signing up.

The photo caption reportedly states, “THIS IS MY RESTING B–CH…

New poll: Trump up 10 points over Carson, Fiorina

Washington (CNN)Donald Trump’s lead over the two other political newcomers in the Republican presidential pack is now at 10 percentage points, a new Suffolk University/USA Today poll shows.

The real estate mogul is the GOP’s front-runner with 23% support nationally. That’s ahead of Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina, who tie for second with 13% backing.

It’s more evidence that Trump has faded a bit from numbers that hovered slightly above 30% before…

CNN talker: Blame Carson, Trump for mosque attacks

(BIZPAC REVIEW) A CNN foreign policy analyst blasted Republican base voters for supporting candidates Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson, and Ted Cruz saying they will be responsible if violence breaks out against Muslims.

Appearing with Don Lemon Monday, Rula Jebreal said if a gunman attacked a mosque, Trump, Carson and Cruz would “have blood on their hands” because of comments each has made regarding Muslims.

Trump on O’Reilly: ‘I’m back’

Donald Trump

Donald Trump set aside his declared boycott of Fox News and returned to the cable outlet’s national airwaves, taking to the “O’Reilly Factor” to tell host Bill O’Reilly in triumphant tones: “I’m back.”

He then added: “It feels good,” the Hill reported.

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Hillary Clinton vows repeal of Obamacare aspect

Hillary Clinton supporters all had the same message after she was grilled by Chuck Todd on her personal server scandal, Sept. 27, 2015: “Move on.” (Image: NBC, “Meet the Press” screenshot)

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party’s front-runner in the primary for president, said at a campaign stop in New York she wants to “build on” Obamacare – but in a
move aimed at courting union support, added she wants to cut out a key aspect…

Bill O’Reilly defends Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton supporters all had the same message after she was grilled by Chuck Todd on her personal server scandal, Sept. 27, 2015: “Move on.” (Image: NBC’s “Meet the Press”)

Bill O’Reilly, host of the “O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News said Hillary Clinton hasn’t exactly been treated fairly by the press – that the media simply doesn’t like her and is taking that personal feeling to the extreme.

“I…

Fighting media bias — and winning

A shocking new series of videos exposes Planned Parenthood’s gruesome practice of harvesting body parts of babies they had aborted. Yet for the most part these videos are not covered by the mainstream media. Around the same time, an American dentist hunts and kills a lion in Africa, and the media make him virtually a household name.

In fact, the Media Research Center (MRC) reports that Cecil the lion had gained 15 times the mention and attention from the network news media,…

Tom Brady: I wasn’t endorsing Trump

(CNN) — Tom Brady says he didn’t mean to endorse Donald Trump when he said earlier this month that it would be “great” if Trump won the election.

The New England Patriots quarterback said Monday in an interview with local Boston radio station WEEI that the comment was “taken out of context” and he doesn’t yet know who he’ll vote for in the 2016 presidential election.

“I think that it’s just a different world than when…

Carl Icahn: Trump can save America

Carl Icahn

Wall Street wonder Carl Icahn, 79, who’s made a name for himself in business, investing and philanthropy, had nothing but praise for the man he’s just endorsed for president, Donald Trump, saying his fellow billionaire businessman is the only candidate out there who can save America.

“I would say it’s an endorsement. I think at this moment in time, he’s the only candidate that speaks out about the country’s problems,”…

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