Hillary Clinton

Viguerie: It's Trump or 'we lose our country'

Greg Corombos, WND.com

“Donald Trump was not my first, second, third, fourth, fifth choice, but’s he’s now the only option that we have,” Viguerie said. “Yes, he’s going to make some wrong decisions. He’s going to appoint some people we’re unhappy with. But he’s not going to be wrong 100 percent of the time.”

Hillary and the Cowering GOP Elite

George Neumayr, American Spectator

The Democrats never cannibalize their own. When Hillary makes a controversial comment, they form a defensive circle around her. When Trump makes one, Republicans scurry to join the circular firing squad around him. The Democrats give their nominee the benefit of the doubt; Republican leaders doubt the benefit of defending theirs.

Gun Owners, Hillary Will Soon Say ‘If You Like Your Guns You Can Keep Your Guns’

Jorge Amselle, Daily Caller

Is Hillary, the corrupt, secretive, power hungry, conniving political animal that she is, telling her supporters the truth when she says that enacting gun control will be her top priority? Or is this simply pillow talk for the gun haters and when push comes to shove she will just go through the motions and not be willing to expend the political capital necessary for any real change?

Will Trump's Signal-to-Noise Problem Sink Him and Us?

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

I wrote long ago the presidency was Trump's to lose. I meant it then and I mean it now—only Trump can bring down Trump. Unfortunately, he's doing it. His signal-to-noise problem is getting the better of him. He doesn't know where to pick a fight, so he's doing it everywhere.

Hillary Clinton Secures the Democratic Nomination

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

Hillary Clinton now has enough delegates in her corner to become the Democrats’ presumptive nominee. President Barack Obama will endorse her this week. It is the end of the line for Bernie Sanders and his supporters, like most Republicans falling in behind Trump to stop Clinton, will line up behind Clinton to stop Donald Trump.

Hillary Clinton Stuns George Stephanopoulos With Her Email Lies

streiff, RedState

If a long time Clinton retainer, like Stephanopoulos, is playing the email story as something other than inside the beltway scandal dreamed up by a vast right wing conspiracy, then there are things moving under the surface that we little people can only guess at.

Clinton Rejects 'America First'

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

If Trump will stay true to his message, he can win the foreign policy debate, and the election, because what he is arguing for is what Americans want.

Hillary Clinton Needs to Forcefully Condemn This

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

In the past twenty-four hours, Democrats have begun targeting prominent donors to Donald Trump for public shaming and have now started assaulting Trump supporters. Hillary Clinton and, frankly, Bernie Sanders need to forcefully condemn this behavior just as they demanded Donald Trump denounce his supporters’ behavior months ago.

Sorry Friends, If You Are #NeverTrump Then You Are #4Hillary

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
I still think Ted Cruz is the best candidate conservatives had in the race, but he is unfortunately not the candidate who won a majority of the delegates – that distinction goes to Donald Trump – and it is to Trump that right-of-center voters will have to look if our country and constitutional liberty are to survive. Don't buy that argument? Then look in the mirror and read this list...

Even Odds for Trump & Clinton: Is Trump a 'Spoiler' or a 'Game-Changer'?

Clifford Young & Julia Clark, Real Clear Politics

In our strong opinion, this is an atypical election cycle that does not follow the normal “rules” or norms of election prediction, and which undermines models reliant on historical data to make predictions. Such a disruptive election means that many of our base assumptions go out the window, and in this case, we believe it yields a situation in which Trump still has a clear path to victory under certain conditions.

Poll: Voters say Trump, Clinton will break promises

Nick Gass, Politico

A majority of voters are not buying that Donald Trump will follow through with any of his pledges, nor do they think Hillary Clinton will attempt to rein in Wall Street, limit the influence of secret money in politics or make in-state and community college tuition debt-free, according to the results of a Quinnipiac University national poll.

This Is The Dumbest, Fakest, Didn’t Happenest Thing Hillary Ever Said

Caleb Howe, RedState

The sexism is less virulent now than it was in 2008, she said, but still she encounters people on rope lines who tell her, “‘I really admire you, I really like you, I just don’t know if I can vote for a woman to be president.’ I mean, they come to my events and then they say that to me.”