Hillary Clinton-supporting media (243 pro-Hillary newspaper endorsements to 20 for Trump) that so despises President Donald Trump, it repeats the derogatory assault that he is a racist, as though it were fact.
Americans are witnessing an unprecedented power struggle between the businessman they overwhelmingly voted for because his message, “Make America Great Again,” resonated with them and the unabashedly biased press that has become an enraged political syndicate based in deceit, now seeing its clout in decline. Fewer American than ever before still subscribe to a newspaper.
The First Amendment to the Constitution, passed by Congress September 25, 1789, includes freedom of the press. The civil liberties it enshrines are the cornerstone of our democracy.
In recent years, as leftists expanded control of both print and electronic media, the commitment of what was envisioned as an independent press keeping the public informed, has transmogrified into skewing the news to fit an agenda, truth be damned. This is hardly what the Founders intended with their brilliantly crafted documents.
Yet those Arizonans who waited for hours on a scorching hot August 31, 2016 — in the longest line ever seen in Phoenix — to hear Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and VP candidate Mike Pence at the Phoenix Convention Center, instinctively knew they were witnessing a new phenomenon.
No one in attendance that day was surprised by