End of Day Archives

Wednesday, August 31, 2016 -- Trump's Surge, It's Raining Shoes, Clinton's Tough Choice, Follow The Missiles

Trump's Surge

The election that virtually every analyst and talking head has been telling us was over now appears to be a dead heat. Just last week, a Reuters poll had Donald Trump losing to Hillary Clinton by double digits -- 45% to 33%. Before I continue, let me remind you of a little history.

A few months ago, Reuters' polls regularly showed Trump...

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Tuesday, August 30, 2016 -- Dirty Harry Strikes Again, Don't Let Your Friends Fall For It, Trump's Tweets vs. Hillary's Agenda

Dirty Harry Strikes Again

He's at it again. Dirty Harry Reid, the Senate Democrat Leader, is trying to manipulate the election by smearing the Republican nominee.

Here's the latest: Yesterday, Reid sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey demanding an investigation into Russian interference in the political campaign.

According to Reid, there is...

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Monday, August 29, 2016 -- Not Standing For Kaepernick, The Wrong Reaction, Speaking Of Remaining Seated, Not Over Yet

Not Standing For Kaeperick

The latest hero of the left is San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. He is making headlines, but not for his talent. In fact, his career is fading.

Kaepernick has a long record of tweeting anti-American sentiments like this one: "Folks always want to make it seem like White Supremacy is whiteness gone wild. No. It's a standard [American...

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Friday, August 26, 2016 -- Hillary's McCarthyism

Hillary's McCarthyism

Since the 1950s, smearing someone through tenuous connections -- guilt by association -- has been labeled "McCarthyism." The term was coined by the left, and named after a member of Congress, Senator Joseph McCarthy, who the left contended was too aggressive in rooting out communists in the government.

Hillary Clinton's speech in Reno, Nevada, yesterday was McCarthyism on steroids. Donald Trump, who had a...

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Thursday, August 25, 2016 -- Not Over Yet, Iran Threatens U.S. Ships, One University Fights Back

Not Over Yet

Don't let big media tell you this race is over. The left is doing its best to demoralize conservatives, but this election is not over yet. Not by a long shot.

Polling this year has been wildly unpredictable. For example, in recent days three major national polls were released. One had Clinton up eight points, one had her up three points and one had Trump and Clinton tied. Only one of...

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016 -- Hillary Exposed, The Left Turns On A Dime, Soros & Islamophobia

Hillary Exposed

Hillary Clinton is taking it on the chin today. The Associated Press story we mentioned in yesterday's report exposing her pay-to-play scheme continues to dominate the news.

The front page of the New York Post...

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 -- Secure Borders Matter, Obama Follows Trump's Lead, Clinton Scandals, Left-wing Fascists

Secure Borders Matter

The Trump phenomenon in the U.S. and the various populist movements sweeping Europe have forced the globalists to become more open about their agenda. The latest example comes from Jean-Claude Juncker, leader of the European Union. Yesterday, Mr. Juncker told a group of aspiring young journalists, "Borders are the worst invention ever made by politicians."...

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Monday, August 22, 2016 -- Big Media Moves On, Clinton Blames Powell, Hillary's Huma Problem

Big Media Moves On

Most fair observers agree that last week was a good week for Donald Trump, featuring major policy speeches with unifying themes and repeated appeals to minority voters. As we noted Friday, the polls were already starting to show some movement in Trump's favor. The Los Angeles Times daily tracking poll had Clinton leading Trump by two points last week. Now he's ahead. We'll...

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Friday, August 19, 2016 -- Trump's Regrets, How Should Christians Respond, Another Home Run, Back To Basics

Trump Expresses Regrets

There was an extraordinary moment in Donald Trump's speech yesterday in Charlotte, North Carolina. He said the following:

"As you know, I am not a politician. I have worked in business, creating jobs and rebuilding neighborhoods my entire adult life. I've never wanted to learn the language of the insiders, and I've never...

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Thursday, August 18, 2016 -- Media Bias, Funding Extremism, Obama's Iran Hostage Scandal, Louisiana Floods

Media Bias

Donald Trump's Wisconsin speech reaching out to black voters on the theme of law and order is getting a lot of attention. His address directly challenged the narrative that Democrats have used for decades and most especially in this campaign -- that the Republican Party is racist, that Trump is racist and that conservatives don't care about minorities.

Now that Trump has...

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