Reading Time: 2 minutes Here’s a little context for what is, thankfully, the last debate of this presidential election.
Reading Time: 3 minutes A new batch of emails released by Judicial Watch Monday show that Clinton Foundation donors enjoyed access to the Democratic nominee when she was Secretary of State.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Clinton is trying to unify the left to make her president but many Sanders loyalists are resisting that call. That might be a principled stance but it hurts them, too.
Reading Time: 5 minutes People from across the country descended on Cleveland to protest and “Stop Trump.” But they still don’t want to vote for his opponent.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Shortly after Hillary Clinton won the New York primary, the theory emerged that a Manhattan real estate deal could be tied to the purging of tens of thousands of Democratic voters from the rolls. We looked into the allegations and here is what we found.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Russ Baker interviewed on the RT Network about how the NY Times and other media hid Hillary Clinton’s hawkishness.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Bernie Sanders promised to run a campaign that took the high road with no cheap shots. Russ Baker discusses how that admirable approach might have cost him a chance to be president.
Reading Time: 3 minutes If you wonder why Sanders had such a hard time, despite his wide appeal, look no further than the role of the media.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Controversy sells, and therefore the media has made the primary battle between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders into something it is not. But New York voters aren’t buying it.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Why did it take The New York Times so long to report the paradox that Bernie Sanders’s core strengths were harming him in the cynical world of presidential campaigning?