Hillary Clinton

Poll: Little Crossover Appeal for Hillary, Jeb Bush

Patrick O'Connor, The Wall Street Journal

One in five people surveyed by The Wall Street Journal said they couldn’t support either Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton.

Please Lord, No More Bushes For President

A Jeb Bush nomination for president would ensure that the Republican establishment stays in power for at least another decade, and it would also ensure that, no matter if Jeb or the Democrat wins, Big Government will prevail.

4 Repubs. Who Worry Hillary

Amie Parnes, The Hill

Hillary Clinton allies are focusing on 4 potential Repub. challengers for 2016: Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Chris Christie & Scott Walker. Clinton World believes Paul has run the best “pre-campaign." The fact that Paul has worked to attract R's & D's to his cause has made him someone to watch. 

Cruz: The World Is On Fire

Colin Campbell, Business Insider

Sen. Ted Cruz attacked what he described as "the Obama-Clinton foreign policy" in a wide-ranging speech. As an alternative, Cruz presented his own three-part plan for "reasserting American leadership in the world."

RPaul: Benghazi=Definition Of Intelligence Failure

Sen Rand Paul, Breitbart

The House Intelligence Committee released its long-awaited Benghazi report, claiming, “There was no intelligence failure prior to the attacks.” This one sentence tells us how seriously we should take this report.

2016 Nightmare: Jeb Bush vs. Hillary

Joseph Farah, WND

If estab. leaders in both parties have their way, Bush & Clinton will be the noms. Only conserv. grassroots activists can change this with hard work. We also need for one or more of the Repub. anti-estab. picks to put their own ego in check in favor of the best interests of the country.

Scott Walker: Big Loser Hillary's Everything That's Wrong with DC

Tony Lee, Breitbart

After winning re-election., GOP Wis. Gov. Scott Walker, a potential 2016 GOP candidate, said Hillary Clinton was a "big loser" in the midterms and embodies "everything that's wrong with Washington." 

Conservatives, Take Heart: America Rejects Obama's Leftward Lurch and Democratic Politics of Race and Gender Division

This midterm election upset a lot of the assumptions about 2016 and demonstrated a resilience and energy among conservatives that should position the GOP for a battle for the White House that looks much more competitive than the Democrats thought only a few days ago.

Newt Is Right On GOP's 2016 Nom Problem

Philip Klein, Washington Examiner

“There’s a wing of the GOP which would like life to be dominated by the rich. They'd like to take all of the things that make politics exciting and responding to the popular will and they'd like to hide from it. If you can’t nominate somebody who can win debates and come out stronger, they wouldn’t have a chance to beat Hillary.”

Senate Dems Block Cruz Bill Revoking US Citizenship of Terrorists

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Ted Cruz ripped Senate Dems for blocking his bill that'd revoke the U.S. citizenship of those who join ISIS, noting that they are abandoning something Hillary Clinton supported when she was Sect. of State.

Why Benghazi Matters

We already know that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are two shameless liars who will evade responsibility for their decisions. If that’s all the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s investigation brings to light it will have failed.

Did Hillary Clinton Aides Withhold Damaging Benghazi Docs?

Sharyl Attkisson, Daily Signal

A new Benghazi allegation puts a spotlight on Hillary Clinton confidants and an alleged after-hours document review. “The allegations are as serious as it gets,” says one lawmaker of the alleged Benghazi document review.

Anti-Racism Groups Accuse D'Souza Prosecutor of Misconduct

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

Preet Bharara, US Attorney for the Southern Dist. of NY, the Obama donor prosecuting conservative writer Dinesh D'Souza, is being accused of "fostering disrespect for the rule of law" for allegedly failing to enforce a housing desegregation ruling.

Romney on 2016: I’m Not Planning on Running

Patrick O'Connor, Wall Street Journal

Mitt Romney threw a little cold water on the brewing speculation that he will mount a third White House bid in '16. Romney didn’t entirely rule out a bid, but he didn’t leave the door open very wide either. “My time has come and gone,” he said. “I had the opportunity. I ran and didn’t win.”

The Sensible And Constitutional Rand Paul Perspective On The Islamic State

Senator Rand Paul is asking the essential question about our national security policy toward the Islamic State: Has what we’ve been doing worked or not worked? And such a debate and look at results is what the DC national security establishment and the war hawks on both sides of the aisle, such as Hillary Clinton and John McCain, can’t abide.

Republicans Should Offer Real Alternative To War Hawk Hillary Clinton in 2016

The only exception to Washington’s bomb, invade, and occupy consensus is Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul.  He stands alone advocating a foreign policy which reflects the bitter, bloody lessons of recent years.

Rand Paul calls Hillary Clinton 'war hawk'

FOX News

Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul, in another sign he will run for president, called front-running, potential Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton a “war hawk” likely to scare 2016 voters who are tired of U.S. military intervention in the Middle East.

The 65 People Who May Run for President in '16

Bob Cusack, The Hill

Twenty-three Dems. have been mentioned as a candidate or are eyeing a bid. The GOP side has 42. Most of the people on this list won’t run, and some have adamantly claimed that they’re not interested. But many politicians have changed their minds on seeking the White House. 

Security Expert: America Switched Sides In The War On Terror During Benghazi

Ginni Thomas, Daily Caller

The Center for Security Policy's Clare Lopez says that very few have seemed to care that America switched sides in the global war on terror when Obama deposed an erstwhile ally in the Middle East & provided weapons to al-Qaida and the Muslim Brotherhood.

McCain: It'll Take an Open Borders GOP to Defeat Hillary

Dan Riehl, Breitbart

Along with citing a list of moderate GOP governors (like Bush and Christie) as potential 2016 GOP presidential candidates, "John McCain said that he believes Repubs. can defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016, but only if they pass immigration reform."