The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: An explosive yet demure first debate between Clinton and Trump; while a scientist who has correctly predicted the Presidential winner for 30 years weighs in.
Chris Valle examines how practical issues end up being discussed in terms of emotions and that they can also seem childish, and even exploitative, in the way they are reported.
In 2012, Dave Eagle ran to be the Governor of Vermont. This is Part I in a series documenting his experiences and providing us with insights into the U.S. political system.
Dave Eagle is voting for Donald Trump during his state’s primary despite being an avid Bernie Sanders fan. Here’s why.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Cruz shouts in Spanish at Rubio, more damn emails, and we say bye-bye to Carly Fiorina wondering if her departure is the death of conservative feminism.
“I’m a progressive who gets things done.” Dave Eagle takes a closer look at Hillary Clinton and the truth.
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.
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.
Sean Davis examines the most recent GOP debate and calls it for what it was: flash over substance.
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.