Cheatin' Cal Cunningham, the North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate, is channeling failed politician Beto O'Rourke as he tries to run out the clock in the final days of his scandal-plagued 2020 campaign.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) is under attack by members of her own party—not over some policy dispute, but because Feinstein said something nice about Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.), her colleague on the Senate Judiciary Committee, following the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
Neera Tanden, a Democratic Party thought leader who once praised the "moral compunction" of the Chinese government, holds some pretty odious political views. When it comes to the American media, however, she is dead right.
As the professional journalists in the mainstream media are constantly reminding us, criticizing the media is akin to condoning violence against a vulnerable class of hardworking Americans who desire nothing more than to pursue the Truth and sell books about the perils of being a journalist. An attack on the media is an attack on democracy itself.
Jeffrey Toobin, the New Yorker staff writer and CNN legal analyst who accidentally pleasured himself during a Zoom call with other professional journalists, has done more to unite the country than any politician in living memory.
President Donald J. Trump continues to dominate former vice president Joe Biden on the issues that matter to real voters. He is the more experienced candidate. He has served as president for four years, compared to Biden's zero, and has contracted and defeated COVID-19, whereas Biden has not. More importantly, Trump holds a decisive edge in terms of the frequency and enthusiasm of his boat parades.
Former vice president Joe Biden on Monday vowed to "finish strong" in the final weeks of the 2020 election. That same morning, the Biden campaign released a schedule with no public events before the final presidential debate on Thursday night.