Hillary Clinton hypocrisy

Hillary Clinton Thinks You’re Stupid . . .

Katherine Timpf, National Review

During a speech at Northern Iowa University on Monday, Clinton actually had the audacity to declare that sexual-assault survivors have a “right to be believed.” How noble! How feminist! Hey, Hillary, here’s an idea: If that’s really what you think, why don’t you start with believing Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick and all the other women who have accused your husband of sexual assault?

Clinton networks with LinkedIn in small business pitch

Jeremy Diamond, CNN

Hillary Clinton expanded her social media footprint today, joining LinkedIn with an inaugural post about how she wants to be "a small business president" for the country. LinkedIn is Clinton's latest platform since she joined Facebook last month to announce the launch of her presidential campaign, though her LinkedIn and Facebook presences are dwarfed by the 3.55 million followers she boasts on Twitter.

Hillary’s Trade Wimp-Out

The Wall Street Journal

Some business executives like to say these days that while President Obama has a lousy economic record, Hillary Clinton would be so much better. So how do you explain Mrs. Clinton’s monumental waffle on the biggest pro-growth policy fight of the year—trade promotion authority?

Ingraham: Clinton donation scandal “most explosive issue in this campaign to date”

Laura Ingraham, Fox News

Laura Ingraham told viewers Monday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that the latest scandal to plague the presidential candidacy of Hillary Clinton may be “the most explosive issue in this campaign to date.” “Did policy change because of donations or promised donations? If this is not a legitimate topic in governance today, I don’t know what is,” Ingraham, a Fox News contributor, commented.

Highlights of the Week in Presidential Politics

This week saw Hillary Clinton demonstrate why she is the Democratic candidate conservatives want to run against; Jeb Bush demonstrate once again that he and Clinton share many of the same positions, and why he is the "great white hope" of the Republican establishment; Rand Paul and Marco Rubio undercut their own campaigns with votes in the Senate, Ted Cruz make an important speech no one reported, and not-a-candidate-yet Donald Trump take the laurel for the week by making the best case we've heard yet for Ted Cruz's candidacy.

Why Hillary Clinton is going after hedge funds


Gee her son-in-law works for one, but Hillary Clinton's got a problem with hedge fund managers -- or at least with the way they're taxed. The expected frontrunner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination is avoiding policy specifics for now, but the taxation of hedge fund managers -- an elite class of investors who will no doubt pour millions into Clinton's second White House bid -- has been an early exception.

Hillary Clinton Supports Driver's Licenses For Illegal Aliens, Reversing 2008 Stance

Dennis Lynch, IBT

Hillary Clinton now supports offering driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants, a 180-degree turn on her stance on the issue eight years ago, a news report released Thursday said. Clinton is known for a 2007 flub when she said doing so “makes a lot of sense,” but that she didn’t support such a measure. Her opponents vying for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, including then-Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, slammed her for not taking a firm stance on the issue.

Hillary Clinton to Supreme Court: Legalize Same-Sex Marriage Nationally

Patrick Caldwell, Mother Jones

Hillary Clinton's now-official presidential campaign has so far opted for gauzy announcement videos and vague feel good promises over much in the way of policy specifics. But on Wednesday, Clinton's team clarified one stance she she will take: same-sex marriage is a constitutional right that should be legal in every state.

Clinton’s Wall Street backers: We get it

Gabriel Debenedetti, Kenneth P. Vogel and Ben White, POLITICO

Hillary Clinton sounded like a woman on a mission after her long drive into the heartland: “There’s something wrong,” she told Iowans on Tuesday, when “hedge fund managers pay lower taxes than nurses or the truckers I saw on I-80 when I was driving here over the last two days.” But back in Manhattan, the hedge fund managers who’ve long been part of her political and fundraising networks aren’t sweating the putdown. Populist rhetoric, many say, is good politics — but doesn’t portend an assault on the rich.

Folksy Hillary Clinton vs. Statesmen-Looking Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio?

Patrick Healy, The New York Times

On one side is a crowd of Republicans trying to look presidential. On the other side is a lone Democrat trying to look normal.

Conservatives: Hillary is the Democrat We Want to Run Against

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

Hillary Clinton is the perfect foil for a campaign run on reclaiming limited constitutional government, traditional values and peace through strength. Two-thirds of Americans are already dissatisfied with the direction of the country, what they need, and are looking for, is a candidate who will provide a clear conservative alternative to the third term of Obama that Hillary Clinton offered on Sunday.

Cruz to Clinton: You Want Our Guns, Come Take Them


During remarks to the National Rifle Association, Sen. Ted Cruz fired a warning to Hillary Clinton and to any candidate who wants to weaken the Second Amendment.


Sarah Rumpf, Breitbart

Days before he is scheduled to announce he is running for President in Miami, Florida, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), gave an exclusive interview to Breitbart News. Among the topics discussed were the Senator’s foreign policy views and his reaction to the news that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) is expected to announce her own campaign on Sunday.

NRA's LaPierre targets Hillary Clinton

Mary Troyan, The Tennessean

NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre skipped the Republican primary and went straight to the general election of 2016 by focusing his speech on likely Democratic frontrunner Hillary Rodham Clinton. "I vow on this day the NRA will stand shoulder to shoulder with you and good, honest decent Americans and we will stand and fight with everything we've got and in 2016, by God, we will elect the next great president of the United States of America and it will not be Hillary Rodham Clinton," LaPierre said.

Huma Abedin’s job arrangement under Hillary investigated

Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times

The State Department’s inspector general has agreed to investigate the program that allowed former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton to hire one of her key advisors, Huma Abedin, for government work even as she was also employed by a private firm, a senator revealed Friday. Inspector General Steve A. Linick also said he wasn’t aware of Mrs. Clinton’s or Ms. Abedin’s use of a non-government email account to conduct official business.

NCPR: Hillary is probably unstoppable

Brian Mann, NCPR

National Public Radio analyst says the simple truth is that it’s very, very unlikely that anyone can beat Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former first lady, former US Senator and Secretary of State.  If you were putting honest money down right now in April of 2015, and you were a smart gambler, you’d bet Hillary.  Here’s why.

Hillary Clinton on the Issues

The New York Times

Hillary Rodham Clinton, a former secretary of state, has been most outspoken in recent years on foreign policy matters. But she has also taken positions on domestic and economic issues, like immigration and income inequality, that have been at the center of policy discussions since she left government. Here is a look at where she stands on some major issues from the far Left perspective of The New York Times.

Hillary Clinton 'champion' of America's middle class?


Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Sunday officially announced her 2016 presidential campaign, ending months of speculation over her political plans and immediately elevating her as a target for the field of Republican contenders. Clinton made the announcement in a YouTube video in which she says: “Everybody needs a champion. And I want to be that champion.”