Election 2016

NYT: “Absence Of Concrete Evidence” Of Russian Meddling In U.S. Election
Election 2016, Media, Russia

NYT: “Absence Of Concrete Evidence” Of Russian Meddling In U.S. Election

Andrew Higgins, Moscow bureau chief for the venerable New York Times, the “newspaper of record,” snuck in two glaring admissions about the recently-released intelligence report concerning Russian “hacking”: But the absence of any concrete evidence in the report of meddling by the Kremlin [emphasis added] was met with a storm of mockery on Saturday by Russian politicians…

Even The Left Sees Through The Clintons’ New McCarthyism
Election 2016

Even The Left Sees Through The Clintons’ New McCarthyism

H/T to Democracy NOW!, via Glenn Greenwald: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald says Democrats have adopted a “Cold War McCarthyite kind of rhetoric” by accusing many its critics of having ties to Russia. “It’s sort of this constant rhetorical tactic to try and insinuate that anyone opposing the Clintons are somehow Russian agents, when it’s…

Give Him An “A” For Honesty
Election 2016, Media

Give Him An “A” For Honesty

H/T to BizPacReview, for exposing the worst-kept secret in this year’s 2016 presidential election: the mainstream media, particularly CNN, is totally in the bag for Hillary Clinton: Witness CNN’s Chris Cuomo, the man who called Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort a liar and debated Rudy Giuliani for 32 break-less minutes on the ridiculous liberal interpretation of Trump’s Second Amendment statement, wax eloquent…

Wikileaks Now Viewed Favorably by Majority of Americans
Election 2016, Wikileaks

Wikileaks Now Viewed Favorably by Majority of Americans

A fun tweet today from Wikileaks, who now boasts a net positive favorable approval rating within the U.S. The whistleblower group has pounded on Hillary Clinton and the DNC in recent weeks, much to the delight of Republicans, and evidently, to a majority of Americans. The interesting question, though, is whether or not the Wikileaks poll “knows” something the…