Queue 'Headlines'

  • Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

    Do Americans share Philadelphia’s belief in Clinton’s greatness and in the magisterial achievements of the Obama presidency? Let us see. Fifty-six percent of Americans believe Clinton should have been indicted; 67 percent believe she is neither trustworthy nor honest. And 75 percent of Americans think that, under Obama, the nation is headed in the wrong direction.

  • Rachel Stoltzfoos, The Daily Caller

    Hillary Clinton officially accepted the Democratic nomination for president amid a series of boos and catcalls Thursday night at the Democratic National Convention.

  • Mark J. Fitzgibbons, The American Thinker

    When Donald Trump said maybe Russia will “find” Hillary Clinton’s lost emails – you know, the ones that the Obama Justice Department claimed it could not find -- and then added, “I think [they] will probably be rewarded mightily by our press,” I laughed out loud.

  • George Neumayer, The American Spectator

    Hillary Clinton can’t shake her reputation as a congenital liar. According to the latest polling, almost seven out of ten Americans view Hillary Clinton as a liar. Twenty years ago, New York Times columnist William Safire wrote that “Americans of all political persuasions are coming to the sad realization” that Hillary “is a congenital liar.” Not much has changed.

  • Rod Dreher, The American Conservative

    People who cheer abortion, and are proud of it? That is morally grotesque. And Tim Kaine, a Roman Catholic, is running as a vice presidential nominee for a party of people who cheer the extermination of unborn children in the womb.

  • Charlie Spiering, Breitbart

    Speaking at the Democratic National Convention, Dallas Texas Sheriff Lupe Valdez called for a moment of silence for fallen police officers. “BLACK LIVES MATTER!” yelled a handful of delegates.

  • Jesse Byrnes, The Hill

    Donald Trump said Thursday that Republicans wary of his campaign have little choice but to vote for him anyway. "If you really like Donald Trump, that's great, but if you don't, you have to vote for me anyway. You know why? Supreme Court judges, Supreme Court judges," Trump said at a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

  • Caitlin Huey-Burns, Real Clear Politics

    Two weeks of back-to-back political party conventions presented visions so starkly different it would seem like Cleveland and Philadelphia existed on alternate planes. It is difficult for the party in power to argue for changing course -- particularly one asking for a third term -- while the insurgency campaigns for a new direction. But this is also an unconventional year, and voters assessing the two campaigns in the middle of a long and tumultuous summer are sending messages of their own.

  • Matthew Nussbaum, Politico

    “For the sake of the rule of law, for the sake of the sanctity of life, for the sake of our Second Amendment, for the sake of all our other God-given liberties, we must ensure that the next president appointing justices to the Supreme Court is Donald Trump,” Pence said.

  • Anna Giaritelli, Washington Examiner

    Former GOP presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina and presumptive Green Party nominee Dr. Jill Stein both separately trolled the former secretary of state on Twitter during her hour-long speech from Philadelphia.

  • Timothy Daughtry, Townhall

    By 2020, the far left’s agenda will be four years further along, Clinton and her appointees will have opened our elections to millions of illegal aliens by executive, administrative, or judicial fiat. Even the most ideal conservative candidate will be swamped by millions of new left wing voters. America will effectively become a one-party country ruled by far-left Democrats.

  • The Clinton brand has taken some serious hits in the small details of the Democrats' Convention, many of which are in the non-verbal communications and politically correct silence emanating from the stage in Philadelphia, consequently, Hillary Clinton has actually gone down in the polls during what should have been a four day showcase of her candidacy. 

  • Ken Cuccinelli, The Bull Elephant

    Importantly, none of our proposed amendments had anything whatsoever to do with the unbinding of delegates in 2016 – which seemed to be the only story reported in the media, despite its wild inaccuracy (yes, I know it’s shocking, but apparently there aren’t many in the media interested in getting the story right if it doesn’t fit their more exciting narrative…).

  • Byron York, Washington Examiner

    Obama made a classic mistake: Determined to defend his own accomplishments in office as well as convince Americans to elect Hillary Clinton for what would amount to his third term, Obama painted a picture of life in the United States that was brighter and more positive than most voters believe.

  • Sean Davis, The Federalist

    Contrary to Sullivan’s assertion about the unprecedented nature of Russian meddling in U.S. elections, former U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) begged the Soviets to help him get rid of President Ronald Reagan in 1984.