- 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
- 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
- 8:20 AM – State Senator Arthur Orr
- 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
- 10:00 AM – Top Ten Tweets at Ten
- 10:30 AM – GOP Strategist Rick Wilson
Michelle Obama is a phony and the media loves it…
“It hurts” is something you say when you are the First Lady and need to get on TV a million times in one day. This act is BS.
“We’ve seen this firsthand in the WikiLeaks documents in which Hillary Clinton meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty in order to enrich these global financial powers, her special interest friends and her donors,” he said, referring to the group that has, most recently, published thousands of hacked emails from Mrs. Clinton’s campaign chairman.
The remarks drew criticism from some who said they resembled prejudicial language used by anti-Semites.
“Whether intentionally or not, Donald Trump is evoking classic anti-Semitic themes that have historically been used against Jews and still reverberate today,” Jonathan Greenblatt, the chief executive of the Anti-Defamation League, a group that fights discrimination, said in a statement.
Mr. Greenblatt said the group feared that white supremacists might see the comments as tacit encouragement.
“Mr. Trump focused on the very issues and themes that obsess conspiratorial anti-Semites: They believe that there is an elite group of Jews who control the media, the government, and banking, and who are trying to destroy white America,” he said. “They also believe that most of Hillary Clinton’s donors are Jewish.”
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Others drew a more direct comparison between Mr. Trump’s words and those of anti-Semites.
Yes, he’s hammering Jews, how many made up angles does the media need?
Let’s ignore that his daughter is Jewish….
It could be violent…
Slate columnist Michelle Goldberg expressed some concerns tonight about violence being carried out against certain groups of people if Donald Trumploses.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes brought up the idea that Trump’s speech about an elitist global conspiracy that’s scheming through banks and the media to take him down might––just might!––have something to do with a certain stereotype embraced by the alt-right.
Bloomberg Businessweek‘s Josh Green said it’s certainly “steeped in that ethos” and notes how Trump is definitely having a “kitchen sink approach” to the final month of the campaign.
Goldberg, meanwhile, painted for Hayes a “terrifying” picture of what could happen if Trump loses:
“How are they going to react? It’s setting us up, I think for a spasm––there’s a lot of groups that are gonna be targeted in the spasm of violence that is likely to follow a Donald Trump loss. And I think, you know, I don’t know that Jews are the ones that have the most to fear from this, certainly Muslims and immigrants, but I have never felt so uneasy as a Jew in America as I have watching this.”
Democrats have a problem with the religious?
We already know Clinton wants open borders, nice to see it in print…
It really is too bad the GOP doesn’t have a candidate that can benefit from it.
This could have been written in March: Trump running out of ways to win…
Bentley continues to keep everything above board…
Yes… Trump is a terrible guy…
- Trump watched the girls perform a carol at The Plaza Hotel in 1992
- Afterwards, he asked them how old they were and they told him ’14’
- He replied:’Wow. Just think – in a couple of years I’ll be dating you’
- Comments were reported in a December 1992 copy of Chicago Tribune
- They are the latest in an endless string of questionable remarks to emerge
The Clinton and the media really know how to craft an attack and make it last days….
Roy Moore is being embarrassed…
About those rascally Russians…
|Friday, October 14|
|Race/Topic (Click to Sort)||Poll||Results||Spread|
|General Election: Trump vs. Clinton||LA Times/USC Tracking||Clinton 44, Trump 44||Tie|
|New Hampshire: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein||WBUR/MassINC||Clinton 41, Trump 38, Johnson 11, Stein 3||Clinton +3|
|Thursday, October 13|
A 12-page invoice kicked off a chain of events that culminated in the abrupt resignation of Huntsville Superintendent Casey Wardynski and left the Huntsville school board to piece together the exact nature of the relationship between Wardynski and one of its contractors.
AL.com has obtained the invoice, not previously made public, through a records request. The charges on it answer some questions and raise others.
In early September, then-Superintendent Casey Wardynski recommended that an invoice from Pinnacle Behavioral Health be added to the agenda of that week’s school board meeting. Pinnacle has a contract with Huntsville City Schools to operate its RAISE alternative school program for students with discipline or academic problems.
But the September invoice included, among other charges, a request for payment for a new program called APP (Assignment for Positive Progress) that Pinnacle had piloted in the spring and was now operating in each high school in Huntsville.
Details of the APP program were unfamiliar to the school board members; the pilot program was approved at the administrative level and hadn’t required a board vote. APP was designed to provide in-school counseling and other services to high school students with significant behavior issues.
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