The media have been in a bubble, not understanding the election or the voters. If they don't get it now, they are doomed to irrelevancy.
The slogan for the 1868 Democratic Convention was, “This is a White man’s country – let a White man rule.” And really, not much has changed for that party.
Who do you trust for the real story? The candidates, main stream media, Wikileaks or social media? Are American's able to see through the drone of noise to find the truth
More fun to watch than the candidates is the liberal media's coverage of the candidates. Its a sitcom.
Donald Trump captured the attention of all the corporate media for over 30 minutes. And he got some press for his newest Penn Ave. hotel
What bothers the New York Times is that Donald Trump has made political correctness a major issue of his campaign.
Social networks are replacing TV networks as sources of news, while print media go bankrupt; that's what happens when there's no truth in the news.
The press was once an essential part of the news process. We are now a pariah, unless being manipulated.
Media mogul Ted Turner is anathema to conservatives. Donald Trump their Trojan Horse
It remains to be seen whether Ben Carson will ever gain the respect of the media. As Carson likes to say, the media doesn’t elect the president, “We the people” do.
In 2016, the polls are the “Yes Men” of the campaign. Just like relying on a parrot, relying on misleading polls can be a politician's downfall.
A tweet by Chris Moody of CNN, then retweeted by Congressman King, creates a midwestern snowball of mis-information for Iowa voters
Dr. Carson is a citizen first and foremost. In that way, he is us. He gets it and he’s our voice for the future. There is no better man for the job than Dr. Ben Carson.
The media clearly doesn’t know what to do about Donald Trump—but Trump knows how to handle the media.
1960s radicals are in charge, and they're remaking America in their image. It's up to the rest of us to stop them, if only we have the strength to stand up.
Donald Trump's poll numbers are up. Is that because he's leading the war on women, and America hates women?
In his presidential bid, Donald Trump has dominated the media. He might be just what we need to counter Hillary Clinton's dominance of liberal coverage
What can the GOP do with Donald Trump? America likes him, at least on a huge issue that Democrats choose to ignore. Should Republicans embrace him as well?
The polls that show Trump leading the Republican pack are deeply flawed.
Our need for survival binds us so closely together in opposition to them that we agree — even through our own differences — that killing them without reservation is in our best mutual interest.