A Democratic operative whose organization was helping Hillary Clinton's campaign announced Tuesday that he would be "stepping back" from the campaign after an edited video suggested that he and other staffers hired people to attend Donald Trump's campaign rallies and incite violence.
Robert Creamer -- husband of Illinois Rep. Jan Schakowsky -- announced his resignation in a statement after conservative activist James O'Keefe released a video under his organization Project Veritas Action, which showed Creamer and other operatives purportedly discussing methods for inciting violence at rallies for the Republican nominee.
It's nonstop: Media types everywhere are foaming at the mouth with dire warnings of violence in the streets if Donald Trump loses this election.
The truth is, there is much more likely to be trouble if Trump wins.
The Democratic party has violence in its DNA, as we learned yesterday thanks to an explosive new undercover video from multimedia journalist James O'Keefe of Project Veritas, the same folks behind those Planned Parenthood stings. read more
An Ontario judge quashed a last-minute attempt to attempt to bar the Cleveland Indians from using their team name and ''Chief Wahoo'' logo during Monday's night playoff game in Toronto.
The legal challenge by indigenous activist Douglas Cardinal came hours before the team plays the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series.
The long-standing logo, which appears on some team caps and jerseys, depicts a grinning, red-faced cartoon with a feather headband.
Ontario Superior Court Justice Tom McEwen dismissed Cardinal's application on Monday and said he would give his reasons at a later date.
Recently leaked email from Hillary's braintrust:
Date: 2016-03-13 17:06 Subject:
From Bill Ivey
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And as I've mentioned, we've all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry. The unawareness remains strong but compliance is obviously fading rapidly. This problem demands some serious, serious thinking - and not just poll driven, demographically-inspired messaging. read more
A decade before Donald Trump became the Republican nominee for president, his candid views on women were caught on tape. "I'm automatically attracted to beautiful women -- I just start kissing them, it's like a magnet," Trump said in 2005 during a conversation with Billy Bush caught on audio during the taping of an interview for Access Hollywood on the set of Days of Our Lives. "I don't even wait. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything Grab 'em by the p---y."