No other nation today poses a greater danger to American national security than China, a state engaged in an unprecedented campaign of information warfare using both massive cyberattacks and influence operations aimed at diminishing what Beijing regards as its most important strategic enemy – the United States of America.
The Podesta emails made great reading, if only for the schadenfreude. We shall see -- or not -- how they were obtained. Still, it's worth noting we have all heard the criticism of Donald Trump that he is not attending all his daily intelligence briefings. Maybe he knows something. Maybe he has something to fear.
There’s only one problem with attacking the legitimacy of Donald Trump’s election as tainted by a Russian disinformation campaign; a disinformation campaign is based on lies made to look like truth, and the hackers, be they Russians, Chinese or Americans, revealed the truth behind the Democrats’ lies.
Donald Trump’s cabinet is starting to take shape and it’s already an improvement over Obama’s. Plus, If Trump is true to his word he should have no problem keeping his voters happy; Give #NeverTrump a key to the conservative door, just be ready to change the lock, and, Trump visits the White House, prepares for the next phase.
Hillary and Obama scratched their names in the book of historic losers on Tuesday night. Plus, In dealing with #NeverTrump conservatives should remember Abraham Lincoln; Pollsters rival Clinton and Democrats for title of biggest loser, and, Trump well-wishers come out of the woodworks, but what are they really after?
On Election Day, Donald Trump overcame all the odds and his establishment naysayers to pull off a victory of epic proportions. Plus, Preliminary takes on the astonishing Donald Trump election.
Presidential Horse Race 2016: Only Donald Trump has a shot at bringing the country together. Period.
There are literally thousands of reasons to vote for Donald Trump today, but here are five of the most important. Plus, Is this the last presidential election Republicans have a chance to win?; Hard as it is to believe, the election might not be over by tomorrow, and, Only Donald Trump has a shot at bringing the country together. Period.
#NeverTrump is making its closing pitch for conservatives and Republicans to stay home on Election Day. Plus, Will the electorate this year be more like 2012 or 2014?; Ben Carson touts Trump’s education plan for black communities, and, Experts admit Trump has a path to victory, but are they just covering for themselves?
They raise more questions about Huma and company — even a sycophantic Bushie. If Abedin sent emails to her Yahoo account and they stuck to her computer with Weiner, the FBI may find plenty of classified information stored on it.
Donald Trump can secure skeptical Republican voters by staying on message and continuing to serve as an alternative to the party establishment. Plus, Republican transition team readies for a post-election mission to stamp out Obama’s legacy; Clues to solving the mystery early on Election Night, and, Melania Trump can help Trump win over women voters.
Prominent #NeverTrumpers admit they voted for someone other than Trump, restarting the debate on what will happen after the election. Plus, Don’t give in to the temptation of dwelling on early voting reports; Early vote cancellation available in states crucial to Trump’s chances of success, and, Donald Trump still courting non-traditional Republican voters.
No single story or scandal is enough to bring either of the candidates down at this time, not even the reopening of the FBI investigation into Hillary’s emails. Plus, Pew poll shows most Hillary supporters don’t respect Trump voters; Trump defies conventional and consultant wisdom, campaigns all over the map, and, Trump goes all-in on making Obamacare repeal the centerpiece of his campaign.
The possibility that Huma Abedin was sharing top secret information with Islamic radicals may have triggered the FBI’s investigation into her laptop. Plus, Crooked Hillary’s Watergate-like scandal could end up being her own personal Waterloo; Polls were moving in Trump’s favor even before news of the FBI investigation came out, and, At long last, a Democrat jumps off the Hillary bandwagon.
Wikileaks enigmatically announced on Twitter that it would soon launch “phase three of [its] election coverage.” It did not provide information about what the third phase entails or if there are still more revelations to come.
Presidential Horse Race 2016: On Halloween, Hillary’s email skeletons are bursting out of the closet
The reopening of the FBI investigation into Hillary’s email scandal has the Democrats in a tizzy, but they have no one to blame but themselves. Plus, #NeverTrump thinks if Trump is elected, there’s always impeachment to fall back on; New Pennsylvania political ad deemed timeliest of the year, and, Evan McMullin wins prize for best Halloween costume, attacks Trump.
WikiLeaks revealed that the Democratic Party operatives that we watch as animatrons on TV become real people once they think no one watches. They want to suppress the leaked emails why, exactly? They’re not amoral, imprudent pod people, after all. They just play them on TV.
Donald Trump was the “outsider” the people wanted this year, a fact #NeverTrump can’t seem to comprehend. Plus, Beneath the media “sex” storm, Trump still offers real conservative ideas; Contrasting Melania Trump’s agenda with Crooked Hillary’s “bullying” nonsense, and, No matter what Hillary does, #NeverTrump would rather talk about something else.
No-name Evan McMullin is apparently challenging Trump for a win in Utah, a result that conservatives can and should work hard to prevent. Plus, Why Megyn Kelly should start wearing a “Stronger Together” campaign button; Whatever happened to Gary Johnson?, and, Trump finds a way to bypass the mainstream media on TV.
Wikileaks reveals Clinton did serious opposition research on Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio as well as Trump. Plus, Pundits battle over the meaning of the polls but the best answer is no one really knows; Despite media pessimism there are many positive signs for Trump, and, Just when you thought the Obamas were almost gone, think again.
Blanket criticisms of O’Keefe and WikiLeaks obscure the important lessons they have to teach us about the state of investigative reporting and why, it seems, nontraditional journalists are flourishing. The information age provokes the reactionary impulse of secrecy. As most investigative journalists know, it is increasingly difficult to pry information from government.