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.

Michelle Obama stumps for Crooked Hillary, provides a dark glimpse into the mindset and panic of the Democrats. Plus, The only reason why voters are considering Gary Johnson is because Hillary is so awful; Uh oh -- Democrats in a panic over Trump’s outreach to African-American voters, and, Hillary didn’t convince many skeptics in Monday’s debate.

This anti-police rhetoric sweeping the country has turned out some hateful things inside of people that are now playing themselves out on the American police officer. If you want to help push-back against the anti-police rhetoric our friends at Secure America Now want your help.

Hillary Clinton will complete the Obama agenda of the destruction of America’s Armed Forces by continuing and even accelerating the pace of the social experiments, willful blindness to internal and external threats and other destructive policies President Barack Obama has imposed upon America's military.

Our economy and security are increasingly dependent on the Internet. We should not be taking a blind leap into the unknown. But that is exactly what the Obama administration is proposing by handing over control of the Internet to an unelected body that includes anti-constitutional authoritarian governments and state sponsors of terrorism.

Pundits say Trump blew it on Monday night by not raising a number of important topics, but perhaps he’s just saving them for greater impact closer to the election. Plus, To moderate or to fact check, that is the question; #NeverTrumpers cite the Bible again in dissing Ted Cruz for endorsing Trump, and, Ratings for Trump vs. Clinton Part I set a new debate viewing audience record.

Donald Trump has questioned whether we are getting value for the defense dollars committed to NATO, CHQ contributor Doug Bandow makes the case that expanding NATO has made America less secure.

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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.

Michelle Obama stumps for Crooked Hillary, provides a dark glimpse into the mindset and panic of the Democrats. Plus, The only reason why voters are considering Gary Johnson is because Hillary is so awful; Uh oh -- Democrats in a panic over Trump’s outreach to African-American voters, and, Hillary didn’t convince many skeptics in Monday’s debate.

This anti-police rhetoric sweeping the country has turned out some hateful things inside of people that are now playing themselves out on the American police officer. If you want to help push-back against the anti-police rhetoric our friends at Secure America Now want your help.

Hillary Clinton will complete the Obama agenda of the destruction of America’s Armed Forces by continuing and even accelerating the pace of the social experiments, willful blindness to internal and external threats and other destructive policies President Barack Obama has imposed upon America's military.

Our economy and security are increasingly dependent on the Internet. We should not be taking a blind leap into the unknown. But that is exactly what the Obama administration is proposing by handing over control of the Internet to an unelected body that includes anti-constitutional authoritarian governments and state sponsors of terrorism.

Pundits say Trump blew it on Monday night by not raising a number of important topics, but perhaps he’s just saving them for greater impact closer to the election. Plus, To moderate or to fact check, that is the question; #NeverTrumpers cite the Bible again in dissing Ted Cruz for endorsing Trump, and, Ratings for Trump vs. Clinton Part I set a new debate viewing audience record.

Donald Trump has questioned whether we are getting value for the defense dollars committed to NATO, CHQ contributor Doug Bandow makes the case that expanding NATO has made America less secure.

For those voters who want to change our country's leadership Trump helped them feel that he was an acceptable alternative. Trump did last night what Reagan did in 1980 for those undecided voters --he showed he was an acceptable alternative.

The first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was more contentious than most anticipated, but on the whole it probably benefited Trump more. Plus, The New York Times and Washington Post continue their open Hillary advocacy; Will Donald Trump carry through with his decision to appoint conservative Justices?, and, Not only can Trump get to 270, he will do it easier than the Democrats think.

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This November, voters who cherish faith, family and freedom have a very clear choice:  Voting for Donald Trump gives us a chance to restore America.  Not voting or dividing the conservative vote by supporting a third party candidate only empowers the left, and likely means the end of conservatism in America.

In making what he called the agonizing choice to endorse former rival Donald Trump after Trump’s scorched earth primary campaign, in which Trump and his supporters attacked Senator Cruz’s wife and father, Ted Cruz has shown he is a greater man than are his most vehement detractors and many of his most admiring supporters.

Front Page Headlines

  • John R. Bolton, Boston Globe

    Trump has emphasized that his complaints are intended to encourage debate about improving and strengthening NATO, not sundering it. The debate is well worth having. We can count on enthusiastic support from Britain and much of “new Europe” for reforming and strengthening the alliance. But when European governments place renewed emphasis on a purely European solution, we are seeing a dagger pointed at NATO’s heart.

  • Danniel Henninger, Wall Street Journal

    Without question much of the Trump side of the debate was a discontinuous morass. But Donald Trump oozes contempt for the status quo. That visceral disdain offsets a lot of missteps and whatever Hillary’s fact-check drones are putting up on her website.

  • Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator

    The fact that this woman is being made the center of the Clinton campaign’s latest Trump attack is decidedly yet another signal that when it comes to good judgment Hillary Clinton is genuinely clueless. Remember those leaked Colin Powell emails? In which, among other things, he says of Hillary that “She keeps tripping into these ‘character’ minefields” and “everything HRC touches, she kind of screws up with hubris”?

  • S.E. Cupp, New York Daily News

    Clinton unequivocally gave the better performance. But while we’re all abuzz over Trump’s mistakes and outbursts, cut through the noise and you’ll realize only one candidate likely did what he needed to, which is win new voters.

  • Rachael Bade, Politico

    The House Freedom Caucus is considering asking Speaker Paul Ryan to delay leadership elections until after the lame duck session — signaling that the group's support for the current crop of leaders could be contingent on how they handle year-end legislative business.

  • Sarah Westwood, Washington Examiner

    State Department attorneys admitted Wednesday that they had lost copies of a 2012 email between Jake Sullivan, a top former aide to Hillary Clinton, and an employee of the Clinton Foundation. The email contained an attachment memo about Greek bonds — a significant detail given the heavy investments Clinton's son-in-law, Marc Mezvinsky, was making in the Greek economic recovery during that same period.

  • Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

    Tax deductions that Bill and Hillary Clinton took for computer maintenance expenses match up closely with payments they made to Bryan Pagliano, Hillary Clinton’s personal email technician, a Daily Caller investigation reveals.

  • R. Emmett Tyrell, Jr., The American Spectator

    For September Donald gave his audience quite enough. There are two more debates for him to outline the full case against Hillary. As for Hillary she has made her case. She has more experience governing than Donald. Another way of putting it is she is part of the problem. America is, as the pollsters say, on the wrong track.

  • F.H. Buckley, National Review

    Yesterday’s liberals were people who stood up for what was right, who did great things, whose errors (e.g. the Great Society) were mistakes of the mind and not the heart. Mostly, I miss their faith in the future, their exhilarating belief in the country’s greatness, so often absent in the Republican party of today — with the singular exception of its candidate for the presidency.

  • Michelle Malkin, Townhall

    It's 2016, and the Democrats' feminist heroine running for commander in chief is whinnying about being -- wait for it -- interrupted. Un-stage-managed debates usually involve spontaneous and contentious back and forth. Without the jibes and jeers and repartee and sighs and side-eyes, you're not debating. You're side-by-side monologuing with a Kabuki moderator keeping time and warming a seat.

  • Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

    Barone thinks Clinton won the debate, but on reflection and looking over the transcript, he thinks Trump did a fairly good job of discouraging marginal voters from voting for Clinton, more than he appreciated when watching the debate.

  • Nikita Vladimirov, The Hill

    Fox News Channel on Tuesday released a 2003 video clip that it says shows Donald Trump doubting the Iraq War effort. Under the headline, "2003 clip backs up Trump on Iraq War opposition," Fox News posted a clip from "Your World With Neil Cavuto," in which Trump criticizes the George W. Bush for not being decisive.

  • Yousef Saba, Politico

    Donald Trump's campaign said Tuesday that his campaign has pulled in $18 million in online donations in the 24 hours after Monday night's debate with Hillary Clinton. “As a result of Donald Trump’s huge debate win last night, we had a massive fundraising day bringing in more than $18 million.” the Republican presidential nominee's campaign announced.

  • Richard Pollock, Daily Caller

    Hillary Clinton failed to complete the highest level of security training mandated by the Department of State for the proper handling of the government’s most secret documents when she entered the department in 2009, according to documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation under the Freedom of Information Act.

  • Edmund Kozak, Lifezette.com

    While the moderator focused on interrupting and fact-checking Trump, Hillary Clinton offered a litany of lies to the nation on Monday night during her first debate against Donald Trump.