social media

Now Is The Time To Step Up Pressure On Iran

January 12 is just over a week from today, but that’s plenty of time for the President to make a major policy statement in support of the Iranian people, and to put in motion the actions necessary to support them in their desire to rid themselves of the corrupt mullahs now stifling their liberty – and threatening our own national security.

Trump’s biggest enemy isn’t the media — it’s himself

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

Trump has dug himself in a hole with large segments of the American public, and needs to step away from the shovel if he hopes to get out. A year in office, his accomplishments still are being overshadowed by bad habits and unlikable aspects of his personality. Knowing that much of the media is out to get him, he should stop giving them ammunition. Most important, Trump must stop attacking individual Americans on Twitter.

Twitter is Trump’s most ‘presidential’ defense against fake news and lies

Madison Gesiotto, Washington Times

Why would we want our political leaders to avoid using the very outlets that are critical when it comes to communicating with millions of constituents? Social media is going to remain an integral part of politics moving forward. We cannot compartmentalize and ignore the facts. American political leaders should not live in the past, but rather progress with the future. Tweet away, Mr. President!

#TrumpTrain reaches 30 million, changes how campaigns use Internet

Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner

In just a year, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his close-knit family and team of social media warriors have shattered Internet records, collecting over 30 million followers and fans and generating billions of views.

Don’t Make Snap Judgments About Shootings Based On Viral Videos

Holly Scheer, The Federalist

Viral videos, unreliable witnesses, and authorities’ delays in releasing their side of a story allows one side to become conventional wisdom and accepted truth. After more reasoned information begins trickling out, it has a hard time competing with the visceral and impassioned narrative that has swept our social media feeds and ignited other situations and protests.

Obama’s State of the Union in Three Words – Please Add Yours

Here are ten of our favorites "State of the Union in Three Words" tweets. Have some fun and add yours.

Pre-Election Fun: Republicans Spook Dems on Twitter

Conservatives are once again giving liberals a run for their money on the social network Twitter, and it's making for some rollicking pre-election day comedy.

Annoy A Liberal This Halloween: #LiberalHalloweenTraditions

Liberals have dominated social media for years, but now conservatives are increasing their presence across Twitter and Facebook. And it’s driving liberals batty. This Halloween season, the hashtag #LiberalHalloweenTraditions is trending. Do you have what it takes to annoy a liberal this Halloween? Tweet your best #LiberalHalloweenTraditions tweet to @RichardViguerie and we’ll share it here.

“Chicago” Republicans

Michael Giere, Virginia Free Citizen

The Republican Party has become essentially irrelevant. It now exists to ensure the consultants are well paid; but unlike its Dem. opposition, the Repubs. haven't learned how to use the media, social platforms, protests, micro-targeting and organization to back up candidates.