The president enjoys frustrating his opposition with theatrics.
In the past month, we learned that Russian operatives spent at least $100,000 on Facebook advertisements. We also learned that Russian actors used Facebook to organize offline anti-immigration protests. Just last week, a study estimated that political posts by a Russian troll factory (the Internet Research Agency) had an “organic reach” of between 340 million […]
When does transparency to protect election integrity start to infringe on free speech?
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Late Monday night, a series of tweets on health care reform were sent out by Ted Cruz, detailing exactly what he felt was necessary in passing the Graham-Cassidy bill, or any other health care reform bill that comes before the Senate. The tweets suggest Cruz is open to last-minute changes that will win conservative support from him and others like him – those who are | Read More »
Always remember: Twitter never forgets.
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While Donald Trump flounders on delivering the right message about Charlottesville, other Republicans are out there saying what needs to be said about the chaos of the weekend. One of those politicians is Marco Rubio. Rubio took to Twitter to explain who exactly is to blame for Charlottesville, and his analysis is spot-on. If you were wondering what the proper response to the Charlottesville violence should be, | Read More »
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Last week, a major blowup occurred when Dana Loesch, who had appeared in a viral ad for NRA TV, was accused of threatening to “fist” the New York Times. Except the word she used was “fisk” – as in, hold the Times accountable in its reporting. One of the journalists who misheard Loesch, Yashar Ali, called her out on it. What happened afterward was a | Read More »
Already the John Kelly era has brought a certain calm dignity to the White House. The president now seems to be getting his information presented properly, rather than through television. Best of all, there have been no new Twitter rants. Perhaps this means we have opened a new chapter — one in which the White House concentrates on priorities like tax reform and repealing ObamaC– | Read More »
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Trump’s GIF is tame compared to many that routinely populate the Twitterverse.
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Come on, people. We can fight the left without becoming them.
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