Political News and Commentary
Wikileaks has been out of the news since Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 U.S. elections, but it may not remain out of the news for long. For the last several days, Wikileaks' Twitter account has been teasing something called "#Vault7" -- but the organization has remained extremely tight-lipped about what Vault 7 is.
This week, Hillary Clinton surprised a lot of women at the MAKERS conference in California by appearing in a short video about empowering women to stand up and speak their minds. And it made the establishment media giddy. All over TV and online, news outlets were lavishing praise on her. Hollywood Life, for instance, was "speechless."
CNN, in its never-ending quest to prove that there are no such things as facts, found a group of women in Arizona who love Donald Trump and don't understand why you might not. The network that invented the "he said, she said" model of news -- where nothing matters except what the Democrats say and what the Republicans say -- asked the woman several questions in an effort to understand their rationale.