Hillary CLinton candidate of Big Government

The true love story of Hillary and Wall Street

Timothy P. Carney, Washington Examiner

Hillary Clinton took the 9/11-exploitation game it to a new level at last Saturday's Democratic debate. She used the destruction of the Twin Towers and the thousands of deaths on that day to explain her coziness with Wall Street and the piles of Wall Street cash sitting in both her campaign coffers and her personal bank account.

Hillary’s Unlawful Plan to Overrule Voter-ID Laws

David B. Rivkin Jr. And Elizabeth Price Foley, The Wall Street Journal

A federal takeover of election laws—and rolling back state voter-ID laws intended to discourage election fraud—is a high priority for progressives. The billionaire financier George Soros reportedly has pledged $5 million to bankroll legal challenges to laws like those that Mrs. Clinton decries. Part of the effort is intended simply to galvanize the Democratic base by stoking a sense of grievance, but the strategy should be taken seriously—and rebutted as unconstitutional.

Conservatives: Hillary is the Democrat We Want to Run Against

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

Hillary Clinton is the perfect foil for a campaign run on reclaiming limited constitutional government, traditional values and peace through strength. Two-thirds of Americans are already dissatisfied with the direction of the country, what they need, and are looking for, is a candidate who will provide a clear conservative alternative to the third term of Obama that Hillary Clinton offered on Sunday.

Cruz to Clinton: You Want Our Guns, Come Take Them


During remarks to the National Rifle Association, Sen. Ted Cruz fired a warning to Hillary Clinton and to any candidate who wants to weaken the Second Amendment.