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Farewell USA Today! (I Hardly Knew Ye)

The following is a news media commentary. It was with great disappointment that I read that USA Today decided to take sides in a presidential race for the first time ever. The newspaper urged Americans not to vote for Donald Trump, whom it called a dangerous demagogue. It also took an editorial position on Hillary […]

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Trump On Site Interview

This week, Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump agreed to an interview, so we caught up with him on the road in Ft. Myers, Florida. Hillary Clinton, the nominee for Democrats, has declined my repeated interview requests, but if she changes her mind at any point, I’ll always make room in my program for her. Watch […]

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Trump performs better among independents–Reuters/lpsos poll

[Update: A commenter points out that the 16% difference actually amounts to 50% more Democrats than Republicans interviewed in the referenced poll] Clinton leads Trump by 8-points– in poll that interviewed 16% more Democrats The following is a media news analysis Because this feature is proving popular, here’s another installment of my look at the media’s […]

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Sleepy doctors and the undisclosed patient study

At more than 60 hospitals across the U.S., thousands of patients have unwittingly been part of a study without being told– and one medical ethicist calls it among the worst violations of ethical rules he’s ever seen. The federally-backed study is called iCOMPARE and it’s literally testing the endurance of young doctors to see if […]

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Who’s funding Hillary, Donald & Bernie?

Where is the big money behind the presidential candidates coming from? Sunday on Full Measure we’ll dig into the campaign war chests of Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, and Republican Donald Trump. Who’s raised the most from individual donors? Super PACs? Also on our program, are we headed for a future with a genderless […]

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Six Degrees of Separation Among Trump Critics

It’s standard practice for surrogates to go after political opponents. But the attacker’s connections to the candidate aren’t always clear—or disclosed by the news media. Univision anchor Jorge Ramos issues aggressive diatribes against Trump, Univision cancels airing of Trump’s Miss USA pageant, Univision CEO “rips into Donald Trump.” Six degrees of separation: Univision is owned […]

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Bordertown USA and… the Cubans are coming

Some U.S. border towns have been infiltrated with Mexican drug cartel interests for so long it’s become a way of life. Sunday on Full Measure, we’ll continue our border reporting by visiting one such town. We’ll hear from longtime residents and workers who frequently navigate corrupting influences. Also, the influx over the Mexican border you […]

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Raw numbers: Hillary’s & Donald’s Nevada wins

Democrat Hillary Clinton won the Nevada Caucus with 53% of the vote (between two candidates vying). Republican Donald Trump won with 46% (among six candidates). But before the numbers are translated to percentages, they’re reported in raw votes and those numbers reveal some interesting facts. Although voter turnout was high for Republicans, it only represented a […]

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