During a Thursday speech honoring retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton lamented the “epidemic of malicious fake news” the progressive left is working so hard to make real.
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The past year’s political events, especially the campaign for the presidency as it converged on a contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, have illuminated the way in which ideology, with the identity politics that springs from it, drives a dialectical process: political domination creates resentment, which feeds reaction and, on occasion, revolution against…
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Headlines blared on Tuesday with the news that Donald Trump wouldn’t pursue charges against Hillary Clinton. But if Trump intervenes and orders — either overtly or covertly — a criminal investigation into Hillary’s emails or the Clinton Foundation be stopped, that’s obstruction of justice. And it’s an impeachable offense.
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I’m not sure what to think about the anti-Trump protests following the election. If the protests occurred before the election (and there were some), I’d think the protesters were expressing their views that people should not vote for Trump or support his policies. Now that he’s been elected, that decision is behind us, and…
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Kind words will be hard to come by for Hillary Clinton for a while. She just suffered an ignominious defeat at the hands of a man she considered little more than a pest right up until the state of Florida kicked her in the pantsuit.Read More →
This presidential selection season has been the most bizarre in my lifetime. I thank God that the political aspect of it is coming to a close, though I doubt that the election itself will be truly over by Wednesday morning. I expect there will be lawsuits and counter-lawsuits. Neither candidate is likely to go away quietly.Read More →
How ironic that the Clinton crime family may ultimately get brought down by a sex scandal after all. The New York Police Department reportedly has evidence it found on Anthony Weiner’s computer linking Bill and Hillary Clinton to a host of crimes, including sex crimes.
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While addressing the faithful in Sanford, Florida, this week, Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton stopped just short of saying “I feel your pain.” In what I think was an attempt to establish her credentials as ISIS’s worst nightmare, Madame Clinton went for a stroll with her foot in her mouth.Read More →
The neoconservatives are tired of sitting on the sidelines over these past eight years. They are even willing to adopt Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to lead the military back into the Middle East.Read More →
Hillary Clinton participated in the vetting of attorney general candidates for her husband. They settled on Janet Reno. Reno went on to approve the assaults on Ruby Ridge and Waco, and the deportation of Elian Gonzalez.
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There has been much chatter recently about whether Christians with libertarian or conservative convictions can, in good conscience, support Trump. At the American Conservative, Rod Dreher says no. Over at Chronicles Tom Piatak challenges Dreher’s reasoning. Walter Block, who is behind the Libertarians for Trump movement, says that “The Donald is the most congruent with…
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The Supreme Court will be a major issue in the presidential debate. Justice Scalia’s seat is just part of the story. At 83, rumors have long been swirling about the health of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a solid vote for the liberals. Moreover, Anthony Kennedy, a Reagan appointee who often votes with the left-wing of…
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Watching the presidential debates is an experience something like watching the aftermath of an automobile accident. You’ve all seen it: people holding up traffic as they gawk at the wreckage, trying to get a glimpse of someone else’s misfortune. The presidential debates hold the same fascinating horror, except that the gawkers share in the…
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