• Deja vu 2016? Poll shows ‘hidden Trump vote’

    Deja vu 2016? Poll shows ‘hidden Trump vote’

    Many analysts believe that pollsters misfired in 2016 because of “hidden” support for President Trump, and if a new Rasmussen survey is any indication, the prognosticators may be wrong again and a “silent red wave” is cresting just as election day arrives.

    As in 2016, Democrats are more outspoken about how they’re going to vote in the upcoming elections than Republicans and unaffiliated voters are, Rasmussen found.

    The national telephone and online survey found that 60 percent of likely Democratic voters say they are more likely to let others know how they intend to vote this year compared to previous congressional elections. READ MORE...

  • Trump a rock star among black voters

    Trump a rock star among black voters

    President Trump’s approval among black voters hit a record-high 40 percent a week ahead of the midterm elections, according to a Rasmussen survey.

    Typically, the Gateway Pundit pointed out, Democrats need about 85 percent of the African-American vote to win national elections.

    Meanwhile, Rasmussen found President Trump’s approval rating hit 50 percent on Monday, 6 points higher than Barack Obama at the same time in his presidency. It was down to 49 percent on Wednesday, according to the daily tracking poll. READ MORE...

  • Hillary Clinton: Let’s abolish Electoral College

    Hillary Clinton: Let’s abolish Electoral College

    Nearly two years after losing to Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton is calling for an amendment to the Constitution that would change how presidents are elected.

    When she made her concession speech, she said in an essay for the Atlantic published Monday, she had hoped that that “my fears for our future were overblown.”

    “They were not,” she declared, contending Trump “has sunk far below the already-low bar he set for himself in his ugly campaign.”

    “Exhibit A,” Clinton said, “is the unspeakable cruelty that his administration has inflicted on undocumented families arriving at the border, including separating children, some as young as eight months, from their parents.” Along with the policy, which also was carried out by the Obama administration, she cites “the president’s monstrous neglect of Puerto Rico” after Hurricane Maria, contending “his administration barely responded” and “some 3,000 Americans died.” READ MORE...

  • Ohr fed dossier info to top Mueller deputy

    Ohr fed dossier info to top Mueller deputy

    Republican Congress members who questioned Bruce Ohr behind closed doors Tuesday learned the former top Justice Department official had regular contact in 2016 with Andrew Weissmann – who is now Robert Mueller’s top deputy – regarding the dubious, anti-Trump dossier of unverified claims that became a major premise for launching the special counsel investigation.

    Citing a source close to the matter, the Fox News Channel’s Catherine Herridge said Weissmann was kept “in the loop” on the dossier while he was chief of the criminal fraud division. READ MORE...

  • 19 illegals charged for voting in 2016

    19 illegals charged for voting in 2016

    Amid debate over voter fraud and Republican-sponsored voter ID laws, the Justice Department announced Friday that 19 foreign nationals have been charged with illegal voting in the 2016 election.

    Nine of the individuals were indicted by a federal grand jury in Wilmington, North Carolina, on charges of falsely claiming U.S. citizenship to register to vote and of “voting by an alien.”

    Ranging in age from 31 to 71, they come from Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Nigeria, the Philippines, Panama, Germany, Grenada, Guyana and Japan. READ MORE...

  • Flashback: Jeremiah Wright claimed Obama pal offered $150K hush money

    Flashback: Jeremiah Wright claimed Obama pal offered $150K hush money

    As Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation appears to zero in on Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s payments to two women during the 2016 campaign, the claim of a similar “hush money” offer to Barack Obama’s former pastor is being recalled.

    Chicago pastor Jeremiah Wright, who married Barack and Michelle Obama and was described by the former president as a mentor, revealed in a 2012 interview with the New York Post highlighted Friday by the Gateway Pundit that one of Obama’s “closest friends” offered him $150,000 if he would not preach until after the 2008 November election. READ MORE...

  • Colleges offer ‘Queering the Bible’ classes

    Colleges offer ‘Queering the Bible’ classes

    Reading the Bible through the lens of “queer” sexuality is the subject of a number of courses at colleges and even seminaries across the nation, according to Campus Reform.

    Students at Harvard Divinity School, for example, will be offered a course this fall on “Queer Theologies, Queer Religions,” which will explore the “project of ‘queer theology’” and how it relates to “larger aspirations of queer religion or spirituality in America.”

    The students, according to a course description, will begin by “sampling the efforts to revise traditional Christian theologies in order to accept or affirm same-sex loves.” READ MORE...