Hillary Clinton

Hillary Is a Drag, Too

Featured image There is a lot of speculation about whether Donald Trump’s weakness will drag down Republicans in races across the country. It’s a legitimate question, but there is a silver lining: Hillary Clinton’s own unpopularity. It is reasonable to wonder whether Hillary will hurt down-ballot Democrats almost as much as Trump hurts (in most places) down-ballot Republicans. America Rising PAC has put together this video montage of Democratic candidates being pressed »

Who poisoned Hillary’s well? Hillary did

Featured image Confident of victory in the presidential race, Democrats are now fretting about whether Hillary Clinton will have an “illegitimacy” problem when she assumes office. Charles Blow of the New York Times is the latest leftist to express this concern. He writes: “One of the great ironies of this election is that America’s first female president may be viewed by many as the country’s most invalid president, hanging under the specter »

Hillary Clinton: Architect of disaster

Featured image Many conservatives hold out hope that, as president, Hillary Clinton will be okay on foreign policy and national security issues. A few even plan to vote for her for this reason, seeing Donald Trump as worse than Clinton on these matters. Keith Kellogg, a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General and adviser to the Trump campaign, demonstrates that hopes for a sound foreign national security policy can only be founded on »

The key to cybersecurity

Featured image FOX News has obtained and reported on the 2010 video of then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lecturing State Department staff on their “special duty” to recognize the importance of cybersecurity (video below). “The real key to cybersecurity rests with you,” Clinton explains in the video. “Complying with department computing policies and being alert to potential threats will help protect all of us.” FOX News summarizes Clinton’s warning: hackers try »

Clinton Foundation employed senior Muslim Brotherhood official

Featured image Gehad El-Haddad, the now-imprisoned former spokesman for the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s “Freedom and Justice Party,” was paid by the Clinton Foundation even as he promoted the Brotherhood’s interests as an adviser to Egypt’s Mohamed Morsi. So reports Patrick Poole at PJ Media. Poole calls Gehad “the Baghdad Bob of the Arab Spring.” According to Poole, while serving Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood government, Gehad incited violence, justified the torture of protesters, recycled »

Clinton security detail also considered Hillary a nasty woman

Featured image Donald Trump has drawn criticism for saying of Hillary Clinton during last night’s debate: “What a nasty woman.” Supposedly, this remark will hurt Trump. If so, it may be because Trump, having so viciously attacked Republicans like Ted Cruz and George W. Bush and having repeatedly called Clinton a liar and a crook, lacks standing to call anyone nasty. There is no doubt, however, that Clinton is a nasty woman. »

Not rigged, thrown: Bill Campenni comments

Featured image William Campenni served in the Texas Air National Guard with George W. Bush. We got to know him in connection with Rathergate. He is an eloquent and knowledgeable commenter on politics and public affairs, as in his Amereican Thinker column “Nothing in common.” Bill writes to take issuue with my post this morning, though I think his comments complement what I had to say. Bill writes: Let me tell you »

Republicans should not “accept” Hillary Clinton’s Supreme Court nominees

Featured image When Hillary Clinton nominates a Supreme Court Justice to replace Antonin Scalia (assuming Merrick Garland is not confirmed before Clinton takes office), that nominee will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee that he or she will uphold the Constitution impartially and decide cases based on the law, not his or her policy preferences or the status of the litigants. That nominee will be lying. This is clear from what Clinton »

Hillary Clinton Is a Nobody

Featured image As we steel ourselves for the final presidential debate, it is worth remembering that Hillary Clinton has no talents that would have brought her to public attention, had she not married Bill Clinton. For the first time ever, “service” as First Lady is offered as a qualification for the presidency. Hillary carpet-bagged a Senate seat, running in New York while she was the First Lady, living in the White House. »

Patrick Kennedy, Hillary Clinton’s fixer

Featured image Patrick Kennedy, the State Department official who tried to get the FBI to change email classifications in exchange for helping the FBI meet its staffing needs in Bagdhad, is what they used to call a “fixer.” A fixer is not quite the same thing as a henchman. Cheryl Mills played that role at the Clinton State Department. Kennedy has been a fixer in both Democratic and Republican administrations. But until »

A preview of coming attractions

Featured image You may have missed the news that a DNC/Clinton campaign bus was caught yesterday in the act of unloading the contents its sanitary system on the side of the street in Lawrenceville, Georgia. The local CBS News affiliate reported on the incident in the video below. Since the television report aired yesterday, the DNC has issued an apology. They call it “an honest mistake.” They explained: “We were unaware of »

Here We Go Again

Featured image We’ve come a long way from the Lincoln-Douglas debates. Tomorrow’s National Enquirer features a story about a former Hillary Clinton “bagman” who supposedly is prepared to tell all: Live by the smear, die by the smear, perhaps. One has to take the Enquirer somewhat seriously after their John Edwards scoop, a story that likely was known to any number of “mainstream” journalists. It’s not clear they have the goods on »

FBI Report: Hillary Is So Arrogant Her Own Security Couldn’t Stand Her

Featured image An FBI special agent who was interviewed in connection with the agency’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s conduct as Secretary of State provides a stunning window into Hillary’s character, or lack thereof: [ ] explained that CLINTON’s treatment of DS [Department of State] agents on her protective detail was so contemptuous that many of them sought reassignment or employment elsewhere. Prior to CLINTON’s tenure, being an agent on the Secretary of »

Hillary Insulted Diplomats, Flouted Security Protocols [with comment by Paul]

Featured image More from today’s FBI report on its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State. The agency interviewed a Special Agent who previously worked for the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security. The agent offered a devastating picture of Hillary’s conduct at the State Department. From her own experience, and information obtained through [ ] and other agents, [ ] described a “stark difference” between [Condoleezza] RICE and CLINTON »

Hillary’s Henchmen Pressured FBI on Classification of Documents

Featured image Today the FBI released another 100 pages relating to its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s conduct as Secretary of State. Why it has taken so long for the agency to review, redact and publish a very small quantity of documents is inexplicable. Be that as it may, the documents released today are explosive. You may have seen headlines to the effect that Hillary’s State Department tried to pressure the FBI to »

CNN explains

Featured image I remain in the relax and enjoy it phase of the Trump campaign. If one is capable of achieving detachment, the media can become major contributors to the enjoyment. As Henny Youngman might have put it, take CNN — please. This past Wednesday CNN’s Chris Cuomo advised viewers that it is illegal for them to possess emails leaked by the website WikiLeaks, so we must rely on our betters at »

Analyze this

Featured image In her weekly Wall Street Journal column Kim Strassel draws on the emails released last week by WikiLeaks for the illumination they cast on the proliferating Clinton scandals. Executive summary: “a devastating case against a Clinton presidency.” Where to begin? Start with a June 2015 email to Clinton staffers from Erika Rottenberg, the former general counsel of LinkedIn. Ms. Rottenberg wrote that none of the attorneys in her circle of »