Sunday night’s Oscar gala featured plenty of celebrity glitz and glamour — and remarkably little politics.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: public polls seeking to quantify President Trump’s level of support deviate in a manner that we haven’t seen with other politicians.
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres perhaps put things in perspective on Thursday by asserting, “Countries should let journalists work independently, without undue interference.”
Contributor Jon-Christopher Bua’s commentary in advance of the Trump Address to a Joint Session of Congress
Jon-Christopher Bua is a White House Correspondent and Political Analyst appearing on-camera and radio via Talk Media News. Twitter: @JCBua
Technically, when Donald Trump addresses a Joint Session of Congress later this week, it won’t be a State of the Union. Presidents don’t give those types of speeches until they have had […]
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Fake News vs. Alternative Facts: this is one of multiple ways you could characterize the first few weeks of the Trump Administration. Who do you think is right in the battles between Donald Trump and the Media? Let us know
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Neither is right, neither Trump nor "the Media." We are (once again) being treated to a big dog and pony show intended to blind us to the real news. Trump and the corporate media entertain us with an ...