Hillary Clinton

Hillary Tells It Like It Ain't

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

Hillary’s capacity for cynicism helps explain her floundering poll numbers. Trump is criticized for calculating too little; Hillary is criticized for calculating too much. Only a candidate as devious as Hillary could turn “lock her up,” heard both in Cleveland and Philadelphia, into a bipartisan chant.

Clinton’s Only Consistency: Ghastliness on Abortion

Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review

During the Obama years, liberalism became more aggressive in its support of abortion. Hillary Clinton’s campaign reflects this new attitude. If she is elected, her administration is likely to reach a new extreme in the depth of its commitment to keeping abortion legal, expanding subsidies for it, and insulating these policies from democratic review.

Trump attacks Clinton on Wednesday morning tweetstorm

Kelly Cohen, Washington Examiner

Donald Trump unleashed an early morning Twitter rant Wednesday, voicing his thoughts on everything from Vladimir Putin to Syrian refugees.

A ’60 Minutes’ Segment You Won’t See On ’60 Minutes’

Steve Berman, The Resurgent

Hillary Clinton and her sidekick Tim Kaine were asked some pointed questions by 60 Minutes host Scott Pelley about the DNC emails that were leaked last week. In her best Sergeant Schultz impression, Grandma Nixon intoned “I know nothing. Nothing!” You won’t see this on 60 Minutes though. It was cut from the show.

Bill Clinton Talks Romance, His Pursuit Of Hillary, And Oh Yeah She Should Be President

Joe Cunningham, RedState

Both husband and wife are examples of what living in an ivory tower looks like. Not held accountable to the little people below. They seek power, they seek to use the government to give them power. They do not deserve to go back into the White House. And many Democrats realized that they were simply paying lip service to key social causes.

Dem VP Tim Kaine: Another Islamist Sympathizer In The White House

Like Hillary Clinton, either through willful blindness or sympathy with its anti-western agenda, for almost two decades Tim Kaine has associated with and allowed himself to be penetrated by the Muslim Brotherhood and its front groups. At a time when Islam’s war against the West is reaching an increasingly violent phase electing Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine as President and Vice President amounts to national suicide.

The Hillary-Alinsky-Lucifer Connection

Paul Kengor, The American Spectator

Hillary Rodham headed off to the Northeast for college, where her conservative father paid handsomely for her left-wing indoctrination. In 1968, Hillary wrote her undergraduate thesis at Wellesley on — of all subjects — Saul Alinsky and his tactics. She quite literally studied Alinsky, and not merely distantly from the pages of a book.

Will Putin Get a Pulitzer?

Patrick J. Buchanan, BernardGoldberg.com

For publishing stolen Defense Department secrets, the Pentagon Papers, the Times got a Pulitzer Prize. If the Russians were helpful in bringing to the attention of the American people the anti-democratic business being done at the DNC, perhaps the Russians deserve similar recognition. By the Times’ standard of 1971, maybe Putin deserves a Pulitzer.

Yes, of course Donald Trump can win

Chris Cillizza, Washington Post

The race is close today and there's plenty of reason to believe it will stay like that all the way until the election. For those who say Trump can't win, you probably said he would have never made it this far. All assumptions need to go out the window in an election like this one. Trump seems to understand that.

Trump Adding Bernie Voters To His Forgotten American Coalition

Opposition to free trade is one of the few major policy positions shared by Sanders and Trump supporters and some pro-Bernie demonstrators outside the Democratic National Convention said they are voting for Trump. “He knows how to create jobs,” said John Smith, a 58-year old air conditioning and refrigeration technician from Philadelphia. “What has she done? Her husband signed that NAFTA agreement.”

Donald Trump will run a great race for president

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr., The American Spectator

Possibly the Democratic Party is more united, but the Republican Party is different. It is more variegated. Its members stress different issues: social issues, economic issue, issues of foreign policy. Nevertheless one thing everyone I talked to in Cleveland agreed on: beating Crooked Hillary. On that there was no disagreement, and this fall I believe they will beat Hillary.

CHAOS: Bernie Delegates Plan To Block Kaine Nomination, Disrupt Democrat Convention

Leon H. Wolf, RedState

Bernie's delegates to the Democratic convention are furious about the revelations in the wikileaks document dump, as well as the revelation that Hillary is bringing Debbie Wasserman Schultz onto her campaign and thus is showing absolutely no contrition.

Ted Cruz Defends Decision Not To Endorse Trump: What Do You Think?

At some point Ted Cruz’s feud with Donald Trump and the insults traded between candidates during the Primary are not our problem. What is our problem, however, is living in an America governed by Hillary Clinton. Click here to take our CHQ poll and tell us what you think: Did Ted Cruz commit political suicide by refusing to endorse Donald Trump?

The Democrats’ Email Scandal: Hillary Clinton Corrupts Everything She Touches

If what’s been documented in “Clinton Cash,” the private email server scandal, and now the revelations that Democratic National Committee Chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz bent the rules to help Hillary Clinton obtain the Democratic Party's nomination for President aren't wrong to Democrats, then nothing Bill and Hillary Clinton might do in the White House will be wrong either.

A Much Needed History Lesson For Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Scott Walker

Republican primary voters tend toward primogeniture and they may make a cause out of a closely fought loss, as Nixon’s supporters did over his 1960 loss to John F. Kennedy and Reagan’s conservative supporters did in 1976 after he was denied the Republican nomination, but it appears that general election voters have a higher standard and they will never forgive or look at a sore loser as worthy of the highest office in the land.