Clinton Foundation

Conservatives In House of Representatives Go On Offense Against Mueller

A group of principled conservatives in the U.S. House of Representatives did what Speaker of the House Paul Ryan will never do – they went on offense against Robert Mueller and the rest of the insiders protecting Hillary Clinton and the worst villains of the Obama-era swamp.

The Clintons Corrupt Everything They Touch

Until Democrats rid themselves of the Clintons, and stop covering for them, the Democratic Party cannot be considered a legitimate political party; it is merely one cog in a vast conspiracy to justify and cover up the Clintons' crimes.

Democrats Cover Up Menendez And Weinstein Corruption

While the salacious details of the Weinstein and Menendez affairs have occupied the public mind a more important question is left unaddressed: What did the other Democrats know about these two corrupt sexual predators and when did they know it?

Judicial Watch: Newly Released Emails Reveal More Clinton Corruption And Security Failures

Our friends at Judicial Watch have released another 2,078 pages of documents revealing more instances of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sending and receiving classified information via an unsecured email server. They also show Clinton’s daughter Chelsea and others involved with the Clinton Foundation receiving special favors.

Why Is the Clinton Foundation Investigation Being Run from Brooklyn?

Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

In the Hillary Clinton case, out of the 93 districts in the country, the Justice Department managed to find one that would not issue grand-jury subpoenas — something prosecutors generally do at the drop of a hat in even minor investigations. The investigation is being overseen by an office in which the prosecutors have been remarkably accommodating to the demands of defense lawyers, while appearing outright hostile to the FBI.

Bret Baier: Barring ‘Obstruction,’ Indictment Almost Certain In FBI Investigation

Blake Neff, Daily Caller

Baier made the claim Wednesday night during a broadcast of “On the Record” with Brit Hume. He said that a “lot of evidence” had been recovered from Anthony Wiener’s laptop, and made an eventual indictment appear very likely, even if it came months after the election. Baier also said that his sources had greater than 99 percent confidence that Clinton’s private email server had been hacked by at least five foreign intelligence agencies.

Grifters-in-Chief

Kimberley Strassel, Wall Street Journal

The Clintons do not draw any lines between their “charitable” work, their political activity, their government jobs or (and most important) their personal enrichment. Every other American is expected to keep these pursuits separate, as required by tax law, anticorruption law and campaign-finance law. For the Clintons, it is all one and the same—the rules be damned.

Brent Bozell: What Worries Conservatives Most About Hillary Clinton?

There is every reason to believe that if elected president, Hillary Clinton will oversee the greatest disregard for the rule of law ever, and woe to that person who rises to question her. With the rule of law firmly discarded, America becomes an oligarchy ruled by a dictator. That is what worries conservatives most.

Clinton gave State Department appointments to 194 donors

Sarah Westwood, Washington Examiner

The former secretary of state's agency appointed 194 donors who had given either to her family's foundation, her political campaigns, or both, or were affiliated with groups that had. Those donors represented nearly 40 percent of the 511 advisory appointments the State Department made during Clinton's tenure.

Colin Powell Summarizes Hillary Clinton In One Sentence

Everything Hillary Clinton touches she does screw up with hubris, and she has this sense of entitlement because the normal institutions of American politics and government have been so corrupted that they are unwilling to act as a governor on her ambitions.

Hillary Clinton Rope-a-Dopes Matt Lauer

If “I don’t remember” was Hillary Clinton’s most common answer to the FBI during the notorious softball interview that led the agency to give her a pass on the criminal charges of which she is so obviously guilty, “that was a mistake” was the first and perhaps most common answer she gave moderator Matt Lauer during last night’s “Commander in Chief” forum.

Aiding and Abedin

Stephen F. Hayes, The Weekly Standard

The challenge for Clinton is simple: survive until November 8. So she's avoiding the media—265 days and counting since her last press conference—and trying to offer reassurances about the Clinton Foundation. There's little reason to believe her. This is the same woman, after all, who promised during her nomination hearing seven years ago that she would take extraordinary measures to separate the foundation from her work at the State Department and do her best to "avoid even the appearance of a conflict."

Will the Clinton Foundation Mark the Fall of Our Republic?

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

No matter how extreme the future revelations of Julian Assange and others turn out to be, the truth about the Clinton Foundation is already clear. Whatever its original intentions, this supposed charity became a medium to leverage Hillary Clinton's position as secretary of State for personal enrichment and global control by the Clintons and their allies. 

Clinton Would be Jailed Were She a Doctor

David Catron, The American Spectator

The voters already know that Hillary is a crook. They know she routinely gets away with things for which even dedicated professionals like your doctor would go to jail. They know that Donald Trump is telling the truth when he says the Clinton Foundation is a “criminal enterprise,” and they are obviously looking for an excuse to vote against Clinton.

Lots of Smoke Here, Hillary

Patrick J. Buchanan, Townhall

All that is needed now, to bring us to an independent counsel, is calls for the FBI to reopen and broaden its investigation in light of all that has been revealed since Director Comey said there was not evidence enough to recommend an indictment. Hillary Clinton says there is no fire. But something is causing all that smoke.

A Special Prosecute Her

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

We need a special prosecutor to remove the stench of partisan protection from these growing, serious news stories. Only an independent prosecutor will be able to restore the peoples’ trust in the institutions of justice within the federal government. That prosecutor need not be given the broad mandate of Ken Starr, but should look into both the conflicts of interest at the State Department and the email situation.

How Does Hillary Clinton’s Head Not Explode?

Amid all the speculation about Hillary Clinton having Parkinson’s Disease, a subdural hematoma or other neurological condition there’s another explanation for Hillary Clinton’s health issues; guilt. The kind of guilt that we see affecting Hillary Clinton’s health is not the legal kind – mens rea – rather it is the soul-searing guilt that psychiatrists have found actually makes one physically ill.

Critics doubt Clinton Foundation's pledge to curb foreign donations

Sarah Westwood, Washington Examiner

Bill Clinton's announcement that his eponymous collection of charities would refuse foreign and corporate donations should Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump in November came amid renewed scrutiny of the foundation's ever-growing donor rolls. Recently released emails revealed Clinton Foundation donors were provided special access to Hillary Clinton's senior staff in the early months of her tenure.

Roger Stone: You Bet Elections Can Be “Rigged”

That the entire political system is rigged to favor Clinton is self-evident, but now Trump confidant Roger Stone has published a column in DC’s political journal The Hill documenting how elections can be rigged and the evidence that some actually have been rigged.

Shhhh! Hillary Clinton has a big Russia problem, too

Editors, Washington Examiner

Democrats live in a glass house on the Putin/Russia issue, as their own nominee, Hillary Clinton, has taken Putin-connected money and perhaps unwittingly, through action and omission, helped advance his military ambitions.