Monthly Archives: November 2016

Hollywood Helps Fuel Election Mischief


Some big-name Hollywood celebrities along with political pouters of all persuasions recently joined forces with 2016’s Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in hopes of pulling off an election redo.

Although President-elect Donald Trump won a decisive victory in the 2016 presidential election, many of Hillary’s supporters and those in her Hollywood fan base are stubbornly refusing to accept the election results.

However, prior to the election Trump was actually derided by his opponent as well as those on the left who thought he might be the one to contest the election results or fail to come to terms with what was believed by the mainstream media and a majority of the Democrats to be an inevitable Hillary win.

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Mainstream Media Using ‘Fake News’ to Censor Conservative Views


After telling the public for over a year that the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States was not going to materialize, the mainstream media have now turned their collective attention toward something they have characterized as “fake news.”

The phrase, however, is a fake itself, and its deliberate use manipulative in nature. The mainstream media are out to cleanse social media of sites that pose obstacles to a uniform way of thinking; that being a left-leaning ideology.

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Hollywood Takes Aim at the Electoral College


In the wake of president-elect Donald Trump’s dramatic victory, many of the more outspoken left-leaning journalists, mainstream media pundits, and entrenched politicians have now placed in their sights the Electoral College.

Having the distinct feel of a coordinated campaign, mainstream outlets have flooded the media landscape with attacks on the time-honored process embodied in the U.S. Constitution.

-The New York Times recently published a piece titled “The Electoral College Is Hated by Many. So Why Does It Endure?”

-The Baltimore Sun featured an editorial titled “Ditch the Electoral College? Yes we can.”

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Trump Closes the Deal

In the legal world, a closing argument is the final statement given by an attorney to a jury at the conclusion of a trial. The closing argument is the succinct means of setting forth the reasons why jurors should decide in a client’s favor.

In the business world, a presentation’s closing argument is delivered in the form of a final statement. The final statement is given by a business person at the culmination of the communication phase in order to bring together thoughts and ideas in a lead-up to the ultimate conclusion.

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