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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton arrives at Palm Beach International Airport for a day of campaign in Palm Beach, Florida, October 26, 2016. / AFP / Robyn BECK        (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

Schweizer: 12 Days from Election, Clinton World Still Has No Good Answers on Russian Uranium Deal

The Clinton defense in the Uranium One deal rests entirely on us taking their word for the fact that there is nothing to see. But of course, that is what they said about the email server. And we now know how widely they lied about that scandal. The fact that the news media is playing lap dog and not watch dog in this case does enormous damage to the integrity of our government.

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What Democrats Don’t Get About Donald Trump, and Republicans

What President Barack Obama and the Democrats have attempted to do for eight years has gone beyond the boundaries of the the Constitution; beyond the previous limits of what both parties considered possible; and, often, beyond what they themselves promised voters that they would do.

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Pence Highlights 91% ‘Hostile’ Media Coverage of Trump

ASHLAND, Ohio — Republican vice presidential nominee Gov. Mike Pence has been hammering away at media bias against his running mate Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and on Tuesday he cited proof to hundreds gathered at Ashland University in Ohio.

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Top Media Reporter Hints Murdochs Could Tap CNN’s Zucker to Run Fox News

In a piece exploring AT&T’s pending $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner, top media journalist and author Michael Wolff floats an interesting theory: namely, that if either former News Corp. COO Peter Chernin or current CNN chief Jeff Zucker don’t replace outgoing Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes, Zucker could be tapped by Rupert Murdoch’s sons to replace Roger Ailes atop Fox News.


Frank Bruni: Media Faces ‘Moment of Truth’ on Whether to Ignore Trump After the Election

In his latest op-ed, New York Times columnist Frank Bruni speculates about how the media should handle reporting on Donald Trump if the GOP nominee loses the election. Trump, Bruni asserts, won’t depart the national stage quietly, and thus the media “will face a moment of truth: Do we care chiefly about promoting constructive discussion and protecting this blessed, beleaguered democracy of ours? Or are we more interested in groveling for eyeballs and clicks?”

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Pat Caddell: Media Basically Executing ‘Coup d’État Against the People’ to Elect Hillary Clinton

In addressing media bias through selective coverage and media polling in the 2016 presidential election, pollster and analyst Pat Caddell told Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday, “If they do this, they will have ratified their right to control American politics and their right to decide what the American people have a right to know and what they don’t.”