Two Democratic presidential candidates recently observed the fifth anniversary of Michael Brown’s death by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Mo. — a case that sparked the Black Lives Matter movement as well as days of unrest locally. Sen....
Brit HumeIn which @Politifact twists itself in knots so as not to acknowledge the obvious falsity of Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris’s claim that Michael Brown was “murdered” in Ferguson, Mo. It’s almost a parody.
In understanding its mass-shooting problem, America can learn a few things from recent Mideastern history.
Brit Hume“Guns have always been plentiful in the U.S. Young men killing strangers in large numbers for sport have not. The overwhelming problem is that the socialization of young males is failing,” writes Reuel Marc Gerecht
It’s not because he is 76, his campaign says. The former vice president has always had this tendency, and he hopes it won’t hurt him in the 2020 race.
Brit HumeLet this sink in: Biden “has expressed frustration to allies that his candidacy will suffer if he is judged too harshly on the slip-ups, which he thinks he can do little to correct so long as he is being true to himself.”
The Senator takes out the garlic and crosses against private equity.
Brit HumeFrom the article: “Senator Warren describes herself as a ‘capitalist to the bones.’ She must have a strange definition of capitalism. Every policy she proposes would increase government control over the private economy.”
The manifesto written by accused El Paso mass killer Patrick Crusius is the basis for the argument that the shootings were inspired by President Trump. Media commentators, Democratic presidential candidates, and all types of Trump critics have made...
Brit Hume.@ByronYork has read it. And you might be interested in his report, especially the part about whether it supports the claim that it echoes Trump.