The left’s attempt to deny the presidential election outcome has turned into a never-ending array of excuses.
A case in point is the recent hand-wringing by Hillary Clinton over fake news where she referred to it as an “epidemic” and a “threat” that should “concern all Americans.”
Ironically, the fake news narrative to which Clinton referred is itself a phony one. Evidence is completely lacking when it comes to the notion of voters having been duped into casting non-Hillary votes based on news reports or social media posts. Read more...
Imagine a 2018 Oscar telecast in which Hollywood, still in denial over a Donald Trump presidency, creates a “safe space” within the winsome walls of the Dolby Theater.
Imagine further a show in which producers of the Academy Awards put together a segment on Tinseltown’s trendiest topic—climate change.
In a finale fit for a genuine celebrity fabrication, the Best Documentary Oscar trophy is placed in the hands of none other than weather doom and gloom guru Al Gore by the smug slow-clapping friend and ally Leo DiCaprio.
A high-profile member of the Hollywood community has been named to a pivotal position in the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump.
It was recently announced that Trump has chosen movie production finance expert Steve Mnuchin to be his treasury secretary.
Prior to coming to Tinseltown, Mnuchin had a 17-year stint at Goldman Sachs, where he was a partner and eventually became chief information officer for the firm.
While in Hollywood, he earned additional credentials as a significant behind-the-scenes player in the movie business and an industry leader who headed up business entities that completed numerous financing deals with big-name studios 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. Read more...
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. Read more...
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. Read more...
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.” Read more...
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. Read more...
In December of 1996, James Carville, who was the campaign manager for then-President Bill Clinton, announced plans to launch an all-out media war against Kenneth Starr.
Starr was the independent counsel looking into, among other things, Clinton’s sexual involvement with a 22-year-old White House intern and his sworn testimony provided during a deposition in the Paula Jones lawsuit.
The investigation headed by Starr led to the eventual impeachment of the 42nd President of the United States.
Amid the heat of the political drama, Carville, as well as various other White House staffers, took to the broadcast and cable news airwaves to personally denounce Starr. Read more...
For those seeking to amass power, control over the thoughts of the individual is a crucial component in attaining the end result.
This same theme was masterfully woven throughout the pages of George Orwell’s classic novel “Nineteen Eighty-Four.”
Penned in 1949, the book’s disturbing plot appears to have a degree of commonality with the storyline that our country currently appears to be living out.
Winston Smith, the main character and protagonist of Orwell’s book, is the allegorical narrator and quintessential everyman. The novel subsequently gave birth to two films, a 1956 movie starring Edmond O’Brien and a 1984 release starring John Hurt. Read more...
Despite the unprecedented onslaught of negativity from the entertainment industry and mainstream news media outlets, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump hauled in a record breaking $100 million in a single month from individual donors that contributed $200 or less.
Never before has a GOP candidate attained such a fundraising feat in a single campaign stroke.
The number of individuals who contributed to Trump’s campaign amounted to 2.6 million people, which represents a 24% increase over the previous month; this is another record breaking number exceeding that of any previous Republican candidate. Read more...