Hillary Clinton

Ben Carson Compared to Reagan as '16 Draft Effort Continues

Kevin Derby, Sunshine State News

Conservatives and tea partiers continue to try to recruit Dr. Ben Carson to run for president in 2016. John Phillip Sousa IV, chair of the Nat'l Draft Ben Carson for President Committee, compared Carson to Reagan, and argued that Carson was the only Repub. candidate who could defeat Hillary Clinton.

State Dept.'s Own Guards ATTACKED US Benghazi Mission

Aaron Klein, WND

Hillary Clinton's agency relied on an al-Qaida-linked group for protection.

NYT Wrong: Jihadists from 4 Al Qaeda Groups in on Benghazi

Rowan Scarborough, The Washington Times

The militants who gathered on the night of Sept. 11, 2012, to torch and kill inside the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi were a who’s who of the modern al Qaeda movement, newly declassified documents show.

Report: Obama Admin. At Fault for Benghazi Attacks

Fox News Staff

The Senate released a comprehensive Benghazi attack report, finding the tragedy was “preventable” and the administration failed to respond to “ample” warnings that security was deteriorating beforehand. The report faulted the State and Defense departments. It also cited the failure of Obama to "bring the attackers to justice."

Former Gitmo Detainee Wanted for Participation in Benghazi

Rick Moran, American Thinker

Another "innocent" detainee goes back to what he knows best: attacking Americans.

Hillary Clinton's Shadow Campaign

Maggie Haberman, Politico

Hillary Clinton claims she's not ready to make a decision on '16, yet a 'campaign-in-waiting' is ramping up. However, a clash between two pro-Hillary Super PACs and several other disorganization problems are mounting.

How Are We Going To Beat Hillary?

How are we going to beat Hillary? History tells us there’s only one way: Nominate a Republican candidate who will campaign and govern as a limited government constitutional conservative.

Intel Experts: NYTimes Wrong on Benghazi

Guy Taylor, Washington Times

The intelligence community blasted the recent NY Times report on Benghazi, stating that it's wrong and al Qaeda links in the Benghazi attacks are clear. They dismissed the report as politics to help Clinton.

Witnesses Say NYTimes' Benghazi Report Is False

Alex Housley, Fox News

A recent NY Times report has angered sources who were on the ground that night. Those sources, who continue to face threats of losing their jobs, sharply challenged the Times’ findings that there was no involvement from Al Qaeda and that an anti-Islam film played a role in inciting the initial wave of attacks.

More Evidence of Benghazi 'Stand Down' Orders

Jason Howerton, The Blaze

Not only were “stand down” orders given on the night of the deadly Benghazi terrorist attack, they were given in multiple locations, sources revealed. Closed-door testimony “appears to bolster claims that more could have been done by U.S. personnel to respond."

Clinton/Warner '16 Ticket: GOP's Big Fear?

Myra Adams, PJ Media

Hillary may pick 'moderate' pro-business Dem. Sen. Mark Warner (VA) for VP if he wins his '14 re-election. Being fairly unknown with little baggage allows the D's to brand him as the balance to HC's scary far-left ways.

Clinton Group Attacks Scott Walker

MD Kittle, Watchdog.org

Gov. Scott Walker arguably just got a boost to his 2016 prospects thanks to a Hillary Clinton-attached attack machine. But one Wis. political observer says such a “tribute” could place a big target on Walker’s back.

Why Obama Should Run Again in 2016

Aaron Goldstein, American Spectator

The only way President Obama could run for a third term would be through nefarious means. And non one would stop him. But it may be the best way to undo all the damage he's done because he would lose big time.

Can Christie Win Outside Northeast?

Jon Terbuch, TheWeek.com

Chris Christie's provincial problem: Can he win outside the Northeast? A recent poll indicates that Christie's popularity might not extend far beyond his home state, even against a generic Repub.

The Anti-Cuccinelli Axis

Peter Ferrara, American Spectator

Here's how Demts, Repubs, and low information voters combined to defeat a conservative. The roots of Ken Cuccinelli’s 2.5 point loss to ultrapartisan Dem. McAuliffe were planted by Repub. incumbent Gov. Bob McDonnell.

Hillary Heckled On Benghazi

Janeen Capizola, BizPac Review

Hillary Clinton was heckled over Benghazi at a speech she gave to a sold out crowd at the University of Buffalo Wednesday night. The heckler yelled, "Benghazi, you let them die!"

What Shutdown? D's Party at Hillary's

Leslie Larson, New York Daily News

Hillary Clinton didn't let the shutdown get in the way of a good party Monday night, inviting Dem darlings to her DC mansion for a fundraiser for Terry McAuliffe.

State Dept. Ignores Benghazi

Brendan Bordelon, Daily Caller

The State Department has done almost nothing to enhance security at dangerous diplomatic outposts since the Benghazi attacks, the department’s chief watchdog reported.

Graham: I'm Calling It ClintonCare

Lucy Mccalmont, Politico

Lindsey Graham says he’s going to start calling health care reform “Clintoncare,” predicting that Obamacare could hurt Hillary in 2016. The Clintons fully embraced OCare.

Kennedy Accountable on Benghazi

John Sexton, Breitbart

A new staff report finds numerous failings in the original ARB 2012 Benghazi report. Under Secretary of State Patrick Kennedy (uncriticized in the '12 report) should've been held accountable.