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Social Media Society, Not Daily Beast, Should be Shamed

A straight reporter who trolled the Olympic Village trying to get hook-ups from gay dating apps is under fire for engaging in what some charge is unethical, if not yellow, journalism. Using apps like Bumble, Grindr, Jack’d and Tinder, Daily Beast reporter Nico Hines arranged numerous hook-ups with closeted gay Olympians and shared the details – with pretty transparent identifiers – in his published article.

Trump Endorses Paul Ryan Now, Deal With Him Later

“I support and endorse our Speaker of the House Paul Ryan,” Donald Trump told a crowd of supporters in Green Bay. The fact that the Republican nominee had endorsed a Republican Speaker of the House was newsworthy was just another reminder that 2016 is anything but conventional.

Lingering Anti-Trump Republicans Worse than Hillary

After facing their Waterloo in Indiana, establishment Republicans and Cruz conservatives refuse to face reality. Like a petulant child who is denied a Happy Meal, self-interest and pride have taken the place of the duty owed to their party, their country. This, however, cannot be tolerated.

DNC WikiLeaks Email Flap Proves Trump Is Right on Russia

Though the egg on Debbie Wasserman Shultz’s face is still dripping from the DNC WikiLeaks email scandal, Hillary Clinton’s campaign is addressing the recent WikiLeaks email crisis the only way it knows how – shifting blame. But rather than the butler, this time Hillary is pointing her finger at the Bolsheviks.

Donald Trump’s Saddam Hussein Comments Highlight Bush Doctrine Failures

Republican President George W. Bush led America into a war to topple Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, but the GOP’s presumptive nominee continues to buck his party by refusing to support that decision. Speaking in North Carolina on Tuesday, Donald Trump exposed the folly of an Iraq war that turned Iraq into a breeding ground for radical Islam.

Trump’s Economic Nationalism Exposes Hillary’s Achilles Heel

Quoting Alexander Hamilton, George Washington, and Abraham Lincoln, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump became the first major party candidate in decades to embrace economic nationalism. Trump, in a policy speech delivered in the key swing state of Pennsylvania, proclaimed “it’s time to declare our economic independence once again.”

Orlando Highlights Democrats Unwillingness to Call a Spade a Spade

“It is with great sadness that I share we have not 20, but 50 casualties,” Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said Sunday. Dyer was addressing a dazed nation that was learning a gay night club called Pulse was ground zero for what the media called the deadliest “mass shooting” in U.S. history.