A hacked 42-page Democrat National Committee memo released on Monday reveals the dizzying array of Clinton Foundation scandal facts the DNC considers “vulnerabilities” for presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
On Thursday, Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg announced he is planning a “pat conservatives on the head” session with “leading conservatives” to discuss Facebook’s conservative media suppression scandal. Representatives at Facebook have already reached out to Breitbart News.
We have zero interest in a Facebook photo-op.
Conservative author and talk radio host Mark Levin will launch a subscription-based online television show, LevinTV, on March 7. According to CRTV, “LevinTV will be America’s new televised Town Hall meeting and is the next step in the evolution of digital conservative media.” Levin, who hosts the popular and influential “The Mark Levin Show” on radio, recently received a lifetime contract for his radio program. “I have the greatest audience in the world and I give them my best every night,” Levin said in a statement. “I am thrilled we are expanding our Town Hall meeting place for patriots, by taking TV broadcasting to a new level on multiple platforms where I will speak directly to my audience — uncensored, without middlemen, and commercial free.” Levin added, “I make no excuses for my patriotism, I am proud of it, and LevinTV will reflect it. It’s about time there is a place on television where people can go and have their principles, beliefs, and values reinforced rather than attacked.” The six-time New York Times bestseller has been referred to as the “intellectual leader of the conservative movement. As Breitbart News has reported, his 2010 book, Liberty and Tyranny, sold over a
Cruz is a devotee of a well-known foreign-policy school, Jacksonianism, which can be linked to our 7th President, Andrew Jackson, who served from 1829 to 1837.
Former Florida Governor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush connected with Breitbart News for an interview on taxes, “pragmatic” conservatism, and trade. We print the full questions and answer here:
Last night during the CNBC primary debate, Donald Trump, who to this point in the campaign had been the Republican candidate most closely aligned with the conservative grassroots on immigration policy, seemed to have altered his message in several ways.