Journalism's fact-checking process is supposed to identify errors, or outright lies, by presenting clear, undeniable facts that contradict someone's statement. Instead, however, the process has become a means of blurring the line between fact and opinion -- between easily demonstrable truths and more abstract, more challengeable viewpoints.
His bad feet give him away with those who have eyes to see, and ears to hear. Mr. Trump, do you want to have better feet? Sit down, take a load off, shut your mouth, and listen. God willing, you could learn something.
If there was a 'revolution' it was Hillary's as many would consider her being the first woman in 240 years to be the nominee of a major political party in the United States and the odds-on favorite to be our 45th President the real revolution.
We need to stop focusing on the problems with men, acknowledge the realities and the causes, and begin investing in the solutions.
This diet of junk news warps our perception of the world, the things we thing are important, and, as of late, the people we vote for. So long as media depend upon advertising, this is not going to change.