If the polls have indicated anything, it is that Hillary Clinton has completely blown this contest. Her standing in every major poll is down from its high in July, her favorable and trust numbers have dropped like a rock since … Continue reading The Final 60 Days Will Be a Marathon, Not A Sprint
For Hillary Clinton, the whispers of scandal and impropriety are nothing new: it has been the norm for all of her (and her husband’s) career. Recently, though, the newest issue that seems to be tripping up Hillary and her campaign … Continue reading The Clintons are Still Beholden to Special Interests
On this special edition of The Whitfield Report, Sam breaks down Hillary’s speech about the “Racist Alt-Right” and how it has actually ended up backfiring on her and helping The Alt-Right as a result! Continue reading Sam Breaks Down Hillary’s Speech on The Alt-Right and Debunks It All At Once Too
It is well known that dissatisfied and angry Republicans were instrumental in fueling Donald Trump’s rise during the primary. The media has given this narrative no end of attention. Charlie Cook, over at the National Journal found that among NBC … Continue reading GOP Voters Are Annoyed, Not Angry
Media hyperventilating over the horribleness of “extreme vetting” aside, it has been a good week for Donald Trump. Aside from the polls, which everybody seems to react to in shock that Trump is behind, the candidate seems to have finally found … Continue reading There’s a New Trump in Town
This past year was probably the most annoying year for me as a conservative college student. I would walk around and constantly be triggered at the sight of Bernie Sander stickers, shirts, and posters. Seeing how they would strongly advocate … Continue reading Socialism is For Thee, Not For Me
The 2016 election might be remembered for the victor having the worst image among voters. But it could also be remembered for mirroring a prior election. The 2000 election. A quick refresher on the 2000 election seems in order. Al … Continue reading Could This Year Be A Repeat of 2000?