The video is about 10 minutes long. This was a speech given by Trey Gowdy at Liberty University about persuasion. It was very well delivered. He shares an anecdote near the end regarding a plane crash that I vividly remember because it was covered in Social Studies, shortly after it happened, when I was in K-12.
This wasn't a political speech. And it was very well articulated and delivered. It's definitely worth watching IMO.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest raised some eyebrows on Wednesday when he engaged on the question whether President Obama would pardon Hillary Clinton before leaving office. Earnest did not indicate that the president had made any commitment one way or the other, but the fact that he is clearly thinking about it is intriguing.
Watch the video. Fortunately the dash cam caught everything.
I was reminded of this short video when a different back-page thread was created regarding the best political ad of 2016.
The video I linked is a hilarious (and heart-warming) bit between Sean Penn and Kid Rock back in '12.
It's really well done and it sends a great message in a very funny way.
We figured the establishment media was in the tank for Hillary Clinton. Now we know for sure, thanks to WikiLeaks. Not only are the elites supporting her candidacy, they are part of her campaign.
John Harwood writes for the New York Times, and appears on CNBC. He was a debate moderator. He reported back to Hillary's campaign on how nasty he had been to trump. They love him!
The New York Times itself allowed Hillary to veto certain quotes: if she didn't like 'em, they were out. This is the New York Times giving its coverage to a candidate, handing over the writing, while claiming fairness.
Donna Brazille told Hillary, in advance, about a question that would be asked by CNN at a town hall debate. Can you say collusion?
The Boston Globe got together with Hillary's campaign to "maximize her presence" in the paper. Where would you like to be? How can we make you more prominent?
Univision, a Spanish language station, offered campaign suggestions: Hit Trump hard they said.