The ‘Weak’ in U.S. Politics: Trump fails at speaking Yiddish, Carson’s comeback, Sanders sues the DNC, and Lindsey Graham (remember him?) drops out.
Mark Gundy reviews the path Donald Trump has deliberately taken, examines why this strategy is resonating with voters, and foresees that Trump will win the White House by a landslide.
The ‘Weak’ in U.S. Politics saw cat fights during the GOP debate, a data breach scandal, and Putin coming out in support of Trump.
Listen to the latest Polliewatch Podcast as the team from DownUnder-Current unpack what socialism means to Bernie Sanders.
Sean Davis examines the most recent GOP debate and calls it for what it was: flash over substance.
The ‘Weak’ in Politics: ‘Trump Hate Lite’, what Millennials really want, and would Bernie Sanders treat terrorists like capitalists?
At a time when media outlets claim to be unbiased and fair, they do a disservice to the truth. Not all ideas deserve the same amount of media coverage; and when incorrect ideas held by a minority are propagated, they lend more credence than is deserved.
Richard Jackson’s “Long Reads” dives headlong into the people who cover mass murder, the shady history of vaccines, and the mess of former Australian Prime Minister Abbott’s political house.
David Neff examines how religious beliefs that preach “a world in moral decline” and an “us versus them” mentality where only they will be saved is spawning zealotry and violence among otherwise peaceful ranks.
Australian Roger Pugh is worried that presidential dynasties in the U.S. could lead to someone like Chelsea Clinton or Prince Charles becoming president.