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The media looks at itself, while some Republicans blame their own party for failing to stop the outsider, while Democratic supporters wonder why the party seems to be sabotaging its own Senate efforts.
For the entire year-plus that Hillary Clinton has been running for president, the conventional wisdom has held that she's not very good at it.
Let's cry a river for the Republican women pundits suddenly discovering their party is sexist · By Laura Clawson.
With election Day just two weeks away, predictions as to which party will win the Senate majority are becoming easier to make, and many Pundits see the Democrats taking over by winning the five seats they need to have the majority. NPR's Jessica Taylor ...

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, right, is welcomed to the podium by by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. at a rally at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Mike Pence is evoking Harry Truman's 1948 election win over Thomas Dewey in saying that Donald Trump could yet win a race Pundits have all-but awarded to Hillary Clinton. The Republican vice presidential candidate said the media ...
Torino coach Sinisa Mihajlovic hit out at two Sky sport studio pundits, saying they should "see an optician" after not agreeing with him about a penalty call in the 2-2 home draw with Lazio on Sunday.
Local political Pundits and Arkansas Democrat-Gazette columnists Rex Nelson and John Brummett were the guest speakers Oct. 13 at the Old State House Museum Associates Annual Supper dubbed "A Trumped-up Hillaryous Evening.
Though a great deal of the United States shares a healthy amount of suspicion over the portrayal of politics in corporate media, those who support Donald Trump have taken it to the extreme.
It's not exactly a secret that Paul Krugman has been a Hillary Clinton supporter in this election. On Friday, the columnist examines what her strong debate performances and now apparent large lead reveal about her, and dispels what he sees as the ...
As we prepare to enter the final two weeks of this presidential campaign, here's how things shape up: On the one hand, we have a candidate who's accused of hiring crazed fanatics to aid in her campaign.
Pint-sized pundits dissect debate. Fifth-grade students at the Gill Elementary school have a political discussion on Thursday.
Hillary Clinton is a terrible candidate. Hey, that's what Pundits have been saying ever since this endless campaign began.
Each week we're publishing a new chart showing where our group of 25 right-wing Pundits stand on the question of Trump, and you'll be able to look back at past weeks to see if minds are changing.
What's one thing you won't find outside an event featuring Bill O'Reilly and Dennis Miller? That's easy. Undecided voters.

The two pundits may not share much in common in their politics or ideologies, but both agree this year's divisive election between Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, with its twists ...
It's not exactly a secret that Paul Krugman has been a Hillary Clinton supporter in this election. On Friday, the columnist examines what her strong debate performances and now apparent large lead reveal about her, and dispels what he sees as the ...
web1_debatecolor_101916lt_002_7236649.jpg A woman holds up a "Blacks for Trump" sign at UNLV in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016.
In case you are wondering the degree to which politics has gone Hollywood, Bloomberg Politics just put out an Ocean's Eleven-esque video attempt to debunk GOP candidate/former reality-TV star Donald Trump's claim the election is rigged against him.
What the hell does he have to lose? Pundits and politicos will be watching closely. Below are their live tweets, drawn from a list of top accounts curated by Slate.
As soon as Wednesday's final presidential debate ended, the analysis began, and the Pundits' conclusion was almost unanimous: Hillary Clinton may not have won many new voters, but Donald Trump failed to say anything that would save his flailing ...
The white Democratic political plantation masters rely on African/black luminaries and media Pundits to help corral masses of politically domesticated African/black voters onto the vast Democratic party plantation.
Scott Baio quote-RT'd it. A blog called the Gateway Pundit wrote it up as fact, later adding an update that simply read: "So this twitter user now says his tweet was a joke.
Or, maybe Pundits can team up with a computer. Buczaczer says that is actually how Quid's data are meant to be used. "If Jonah or Simon want to come in, look at something through the lens of Quid and then filter it through their expertise, it becomes ...
Each week we're publishing a new chart showing where our group of 25 right-wing Pundits stand on the question of Trump, and you'll be able to look back at past weeks to see if minds are changing.
reporters and pundits took to social media last night to complain that Chris Wallace didn't ask about climate change during last night's third presidential debate.
Cleveland is the clear front-runner in the East, but many pundits will bring up Boston (the annual pick for the team ready to put it all together that never does) and a trio of revamped, but question mark-filled teams in New York, Indiana and Chicago ...
web1_debatecolor_101916lt_002_7236649.jpg A woman holds up a "Blacks for Trump" sign outside of CNN's media station at UNLV in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016.
What the hell does he have to lose? Pundits and politicos will be watching closely. Below are their live tweets, drawn from a list of top accounts curated by Slate.
Trump performed better in the third debate than he did in the first two rounds. He was remarkably restrained. (Well, at least most of the time.
By Carolyn Kissoon - Hindu spiritual leaders are convinced that the statues which washed ashore at Tyrico Bay, north Trinidad, were not part of the observance ...
The Democrats and Republicans are both proven evils. "Donald Trump is a devoted racist and xenophobe and Hillary Clinton is an imperialist who has a track ...
In case you are wondering the degree to which politics has gone Hollywood, Bloomberg Politics just put out an Ocean's Eleven-esque video attempt to debunk GOP candidate/former reality-TV star Donald Trump's claim the election is rigged against him.
Poll released by The Washington Post shows Clinton safely up in a number battleground states, including Georgia, but still shows Trump leading or with a chance in a number of others that leaves him a path to victory.
Liberal pundit Van Jones discussed the idea of "Liberty and Justice" as an analogy for both sides of political discourse in the United States near the end of a debate Monday against fellow CNN contributor Kayleigh McEnany as a part of the Southeast ...
It was a good weekend as a West Ham fan, finally picking up three points on the road. However that can't have compared to the feeling of elation in the dressing room.
journalists are quick to jump on the anti-Trump train accusing him of a scorched-earth strategy that is nothing more than conspiracy mongering, however millions of Americans disagree and see through the Clinton smoke screen.
Photo Illustration | The Center for American women in politics is working with Gender Avenger and Women's Media Center, two organizations which are trying to raise the profile of women in news media, to break down the gender distribution within ...
Scott Baio quote-RT'd it. A blog called the Gateway Pundit wrote it up as fact, later adding an update that simply read: "So this twitter user now says his tweet was a joke.
Or, maybe Pundits can team up with a computer. Buczaczer says that is actually how Quid's data are meant to be used. "If Jonah or Simon want to come in, look at something through the lens of Quid and then filter it through their expertise, it becomes ...
While Anderson Cooper on CNN and Rachel Maddow on MSNBC have broken the 50 percent mark when it comes to featuring female Pundits, the rest are well below with Fox News Network's The Kelly File and Fox and Friends scoring the lowest with only ...
ELMIRA | Those who wish to discuss this year's unconventional political season will have a chance to share their ideas on a larger platform this month.
... Begala and Jeff Lord discuss the presidential election during a forum at Franklin & Marshall college on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016.
Using words like "surprise," "underdog," "confident," "flying under the radar," Nets players spoke recently to YES Network "I think no question we're looking to ...
Each week we're publishing a new chart showing where our group of 25 right-wing Pundits stand on the question of Trump, and you'll be able to look back at past weeks to see if minds are changing.
Several right-wing media figures are lending credence to dubious attempts by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's campaign and surrogates to undermine accusations from a growing number of women that the candidate sexually assaulted ...
screen-shot-2016-10-13-at-2-41- On CNN today, Angela Rye was explaining that the election is no longer about policy or traditional Presidential issues.
So here was stand on the 12th of October, 26 days from polling day, with everything pointing to Hillary easily winning the election, the pollsters, bookies, Pundits and forecasters ALL saying Hillary is going to win. We'll find out why it may not be ...


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