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IVES IGNORES MEDIA THAT HAVE IGNORED HER AND CONSERVATIVES
Jeanne Ives, candidate for Illinois' 6th Congressional District, today announced her decision not to participate in the Editorial Board endorsement processes with the Daily Herald, SunTimes or Northwest Herald.
Citing the left-wing publication's long histories of ignoring and mocking her policy proposals and those of fellow conservatives, the Jeanne for Congresscampaign made the decision to forego the effort to win the endorsement of publications that have made clear they are in-the-bag for Democrat, progressive candidates such as her opponent Sean Casten.
In a press release, the Ives campaign spoke to the medias' disregard for her policy solutions, stating:
Whether those results were due to Jeanne’s leadership abilities, clarity of principle and
Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Biden is dribbling, flapping tongue fool. The election isn’t about Biden, it’s about whether the Democrat-media complex still have the power to control information and election outcomes. Or is big
Monday, August 31, 2020
At some point, Americans are going to start wondering if he's capable of saying anything not on a teleprompter.
by JD Rucker
President Obama was known for his skill at reading a teleprompter. On the rare occasion when his teleprompter broke, he would embarrass himself by not being able to switch gears and speak from the heart. But he was still capable of taking questions and thinking on his feet when necessary, especially when he called a press conference. His Vice President, Joe Biden, used to be able to do it, too. Not anymore.
At today’s “press conference” about violence and anything else his staff could squeeze into the teleprompter, Biden droned on reading the words that were presented to him. But when the “Reading is Fundamental” portion of the press conference was over, some reporters started spitting out questions. Not many, mind you, as they seemingly knew what was coming. Biden didn’t take questions. He left the podium without so much as a goodbye.
It was worse than that, though. As the speech dragged on, he seemed to be getting tired. It wasn’t an hour-long speech like the President delivered last week. It was a relatively short speech, though long for Biden, and by the end he looked physically and emotionally exhausted. Reactions from social media have not been positive.
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The FOP announced the decision in a post on the group’s Facebook page.
By Fran Spielman and Rachel Hinton Aug 20, 2020, 3:15pm CDT
Determined to become “a real player in Chicago politics,” the Fraternal Order of Police has infused its political action committee with cash and made the maximum legal donation — $57,800 — to the
Saturday, August 22, 2020
Case Against Bannon is ‘Desperate’ Attack Against Trump Ahead of Election, Political Experts Believe
Thursday, August 20, 2020
Coming out of New York City, of course it's political
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon was arrested on charges of defrauding hundreds of thousands of donors through his “We Build the Wall” fundraising campaign.
Bannon and three others were indicted in a federal investigation in the Southern District of New York.
Prosecutors allege the four defrauded donors by raising “more than $25 million to build a wall along the southern border of the United States,” but some of that money was used for personal gain.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon was arrested Thursday after being charged with
Monday, August 17, 2020
EXCLUSIVE: 'Joe Biden stole Jill from me': Her first husband tells how she CHEATED with Democrat candidate he once considered a friend and that they have LIED about how they started dating for years
- Joe Biden and his wife Jill had an affair that broke up her first marriage, her ex-husband told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview
- Bill Stevenson says that their story about how the presidential candidate fell in love
Friday, August 14, 2020
Hobart, Indiana Mayor Brian Snedecor switches parties over concern of national Democratic platform
Joined at the podium by family members and about 200 supporters in the audience at Hobart's Festival Park, longtime Hobart Democratic Mayor Brian Snedecor announces Wednesday he is switching parties and becoming a Republican.
John Luke, The Times
Joined in Hobart's Festival Park by about 200 supporters Wednesday, longtime Hobart Democratic
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|going to win|
By Clarice Feldman
If you had any doubt that the Democrats know they have a losing candidate (who has this week pushed back the announcement of his running mate) at the head of their ticket, their conduct the past week is the tell:
1.The outrageous House Judiciary Committee hearing with Attorney General William Barr, whose IQ