Trump reelection rallies and car convoys spring up nationwide, even without President Trump.
A MESSAGE FROM BILL WHITTLE…
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Scott Ott asks Bill Whittle how President Trump’s reelection positively improves your pursuit of happiness.
In the final hours of his final campaign, can President Trump win more undecided voters, or are all the rallies and advertising designed to do little more that turn out the base who are already all aboard the Trump train?
Bill Whittle analyzes what a textualist and originalist on the SCOTUS bench means for the court, the Constitution, the country, and the presidential campaign in its waning hours.
Tim Alberta at Politico says Joe Biden’s “boring, monotonous, uneventful” campaign is “superb”, being exactly what the country wants right now — a moment of dull respite from the never-ending political spectacle that is Donald Trump.
Bill Whittle finds a trend among Leftists who identify with Satan — portrayed in a statue of Baphomet on his throne — as the icon of their views on diversity, equality, science, peaceful protest, and non-binary gender.
“Big Tech” social media firms like Facebook and Twitter make an editorial decision that you should not see news of the Hunter Biden laptop hard drive scandal.
California’s Prop 25 on this year’s ballot would replace cash bail with a risk assessment algorithm. Civil Rights and justice reform groups have fought for years to eliminate cash bail as it discriminates against the poor, primarily people of color.
In the wake of CNN personality Jeffrey Toobin’s video conference Zoom in, and Hunter Biden’s laptop hard drive revelations, the men of Right Angle, discuss the final death of shame.
Will Republicans in Congress reject a massive spending pre-election spree, clinging to their conservative principles, or will they set their fiscal conservatism aside, and rubber stamp it because Trump’s reelection is worth $2 trillion to them and to the country?
It’s a big scandal story on Fox News but The New York Times greets the revelations on Hunter Biden’s laptop hard drive — supporting accusations of Joe Biden’s foreign influence-peddling while vice president — with media silence.
Will you take the coming COVID-19 shot? Will you do it for yourself, for others, or because it’s your patriotic duty?
“Friends of Animals” says the rule for the annual Fish and Wildlife Service duck art contest “takes the cake as one of the most ludicrous, anti-wildlife, anti-conservation measures the [Trump] administration has implemented.”
Democratic strategists coach the former vice president to avoid mistakes and risky interviews to run out the clock on Donald Trump. Could extreme caution be the most dangerous approach?
Stephen Green introduces us to the team that brokers the format, picks the moderator and tilts the table for the Trump-Biden debates.