Scott Thuman: So for people who are around the country who are unfamiliar, but they see the headlines. Right. And they see it get mentioned in the news. It’s typically something like another violent weekend in Chicago.’ That's what we see around the country. Describe for us what it's really like. Aisha Oliver, Youth2Fruit Youth […]
Most people surveyed in the latest unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com stay they believe Trump will win, regardless of who they support. Ninety-two percent (92%) of 1,330 respondents said they think Trump will be elected to a second term. Three percent (3%) think it will be Biden. Five percent (5%) say they have no idea. Regardless […]
Twenty years ago, suicide terrorists exploded a small boat alongside the USS Cole—a Navy Destroyer—as it was refueling in a port in Yemen. The blast ripped a 40-by-60 foot hole near the waterline of the Cole, killing 17 American sailors and injuring many more. We recently boarded the USS Cole, still in service, and spoke […]
A 100% safe and effective coronavirus vaccine would be welcome news to most everyone. But all medicines have side effects, too, and under a special arrangement, damages paid out for vaccine injuries come from fees collected from patients rather than vaccine makers. The following is an excerpt of an article in the Wall Street Journal. […]
A year ago, few would have predicted that a movement to “defund the police” would become a touchstone in campaign 2020. John Yoo is a law professor and a former Department of Justice official under President George W. Bush who sees big trouble on the horizon. Sharyl: What is your view on the current movement […]
Chicago residents wake up Mondays to check the reports of their city’s all too often shocking number of weekend shootings and killings. Chicago may not have the highest murder rate in the country, but Scott Thuman reports the violence is staggering. Visuals of crime scenes and protesters: What do we want? Peace. Don’t pull that […]
The real story behind Chicago's violence and a brief reading from my new book: SLANTED: How the news media taught us to love censorship and hate journalism.
Most people surveyed ahead of time said that the winner of the vice presidential debate would not have the effect of changing their minds on who to vote for for president. Ninety-four percent (94%) said it wouldn't make a difference. Five percent (5%) said it would. Will whoever "wins" the V.P. debate possibly change your […]