Hillary Clinton

The great silent majority may surprise Trump, Clinton and us all

Monica Crowley, Washington Times

The Republican Party is now the party of action, symbolized by its frenetic, unconventional nominee, and the Democratic Party is the passive one, embodied by its tired champion of the rejected status quo. In a change election, the choice could not be clearer.

Why “Working Guys” Get The Trump Economic Message

Trump’s economic message was largely overshadowed by his (accurate) comments that Obama and Hillary Clinton created ISIS, but with 94 million Americans out of the workforce it is by far his most powerful weapon in the battle for the White House.

Hillary's Neoliberals

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

Neoliberals — along with some members of the conservative establishment — consider Republican party nominee Donald Trump to be toxic. Many of them are supporting Clinton because they do not like Trump’s idea of building a wall on the Mexican border to stop illegal immigration. Nor do they appreciate Trump’s slogans about “putting America first” when negotiating trade deals, conducting alliances, and avoiding optional foreign interventions. They hate Trump’s crude, take-no-prisoners invective more than Hillary’s polished and refined lying.

Hillary’s State Dept. Aides Ignored Requests For Her Emails In 2012

Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

The American public may have learned much earlier than it eventually did that Hillary Clinton exclusively used a private email account. But two of her State Department aides intervened in late 2012 and early 2013 to block a Freedom of Information Act request seeking records for Clinton’s email accounts.

The Isolationist Smear

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

It was not “isolationists” who failed America. None came near to power. The guilty parties are the CFR crowd and their neocon collaborators, and liberal interventionists who set off to play empire after the Cold War and create a New World Order with themselves as Masters of the Universe.

Hillary Clinton Sued For Wrongful Death Of Benghazi Victims

Dan Spencer, RedState

The complaint, claims it is highly probable, given Hillary’s history of reckless handling of classified information, that as Secretary of State Hillary sent and received information about Ambassador Christopher Stevens and thus the U.S. Department of State activities and covert operations that Woods and Smith were a part of in Benghazi, Libya. This information was compromised from the second that it left Defendant Clinton’s private e-mail server and easily found its way to foreign powers.

Clinton's emails could have chilling effect on intel gathering, experts say

Sarah Westwood and Jacqueline Klimas, Washington Examiner

Hillary Clinton's private emails discussing the case of an Iranian scientist who was allegedly working with the U.S. could make it more difficult for the intelligence community to gain the trust of sources in the future, according to experts.

Every policy that has failed Forgotten America is a policy supported by Hillary Clinton

In his remarks to the Economic Club of Detroit Donald Trump has it exactly right – the current economic disaster visited on America’s working families isn’t some natural disaster, it’s a political and politician-made disaster, and Hillary Clinton supported every bit of it.

#WhatIsWrongWithHillary

The last thing America needs is a president who is continually “short-circuiting,” while attempting to perform the difficult duties of the office. It is time for the Clintons and their allies in the establishment media and the Secret Service to end the cover-up and come clean about Hillary Clinton’s health and neurological condition.

Trump fundraising sets off Clinton camp alarms

Gabriel Debenedetti, Politico

The real estate developer was always expected to build up his fundraising capacity at some point in the campaign, but even veteran campaign financiers have expressed surprise at his strength online, a phenomenon that’s reminiscent — if hardly equal — to the Bernie Sanders cash machine that bedeviled the Clinton camp during the primary.

Paul Ryan at the Center of DC’s Culture of Lies

The Wisconsin Republican primary election is tomorrow, August 9. We urge limited government constitutional conservatives and all other voters in Wisconsin Congressional District 1 who want a Congressman who represents the interests of American workers and their families to go to the polls tomorrow, August 9, and vote for Paul Nehlen to replace Paul Ryan as their Representative in Congress.

Will Obama – Trump Voters Decide The Election?

“I’m fed up with the old, fat, white, gray-haired men who run things,” said a New Jersey union electrician. “I’m white, but those guys are about entitlement, and Hillary falls right into that category, even though she’s not a man.”

The Week They Decided He Was Crazy

Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal

From what I’ve seen there has been zero reflection on the part of Republican leaders on how much the base’s views differ from theirs and what to do about it. The GOP is not at all refiguring its stands. The only signs of life I see are among young staffers on Capitol Hill, who understand their bosses’ stands have been rebuked and are quietly debating among themselves what policy paths will win the future.

HIllary and her millennial problem

Kristin Tate, The Hill

How is she supposed to motivate these young people? It’s a strange position. Lacking a clear way to win through force of her personality, she must rely instead on the mistakes of her opponents. This is good news for Trump, who has made so many gaffes that they have proven utterly inconsequential. He just has to keep doing what he’s doing.

Analysis: Hillary would boost deficit $2.2 trillion, spend 3X revenues

Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner

According to the center-right American Action Forum, Hillary Rodham Clinton's policy agenda "would increase the deficit by $2.2 trillion due to revenues increasing by $1.3 trillion while outlays increase by $3.5 trillion."