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Hillary Clinton

Monica Lewinsky Opens Up

May 6, 2014

America’s most famous intern wrote a piece for Vanity Fair about her salacious relationship with our 42nd President.  The Lewinsky Affair led to the first impeachment of a President since 1868.  Like it or not, it’s part of history. First of all, she’s 40 now.  Yikes!  She was a 22-year-old White House intern at the [...]

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New Benghazi Emails Emerge

May 1, 2014

And they aren’t too pretty.  Even as officers on the ground and at headquarters knew that the September 11, 2012, Benghazi attacks were perpetrated by a coordinated terrorist effort, the Obama Administration was making up and sticking to the ridiculous story that a video made the attackers do it. Hours after the attack the spin [...]

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NYT Provides Cover for Hillary in Benghazi Story

December 30, 2013

If there was a story that the MSM would want out of the headlines, it’s Benghazi:  the murder of a US ambassador by an al Qaeda-linked militia; the repeated lies about the video by administration officials in the weeks following the attack; the way it makes the President look aloof, Hillary look cold, and the [...]

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CBS’s Random Act of Journalism on Benghazi

October 28, 2013

Benghazi?  Wasn’t that, like, some “phony scandal” from a hundred years ago? Alas, no. The first murder of a US ambassador since 1979 doesn’t just go away, despite the MSM’s attempts to have us look the other way.  Yet, first CNN and now CBS have decided to dig a little deeper into what happened that [...]

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CNN: Benghazi Bombshell?

August 1, 2013

In a spontaneous act of actual journalism, CNN’s Drew Griffin is reporting that the events of September 11, 2012, at the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, may not be so “phony” after all. The highlights of the report include: A number of CIA agents had been in Benghazi that night, adding the CIA to the [...]

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Rand Paul’s Great Week

January 26, 2013

Rand Paul had two opportunities this week to shine and did so brilliantly.  Here was Senator Rand Paul taking it to Hillary Clinton and the administration on Benghazi: Here’s Rand Paul the next day asking John Kerry (who wants to be Secretary of State) to reconcile his support of Obama’s constitutionally suspect actions in Libya, [...]

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Hillary Hopsitalized with Blood Clot

December 30, 2012

Hillary Clinton has been admitted to a hospital due to a blood clot which appeared after the concussion she sustained a few weeks back.  Jeez — some people will do anything not to testify on Benghazi — this being the third illness (flu, concussion, clot) which has delayed her from testifying! I kid.  A blood [...]

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Clinton Hits Obama Record at Campaign Event

October 18, 2012

Campaigning for Romney Obama with Bruce Springsteen in Ohio today, Bill Clinton said this: Here’s the text, just in case you needed to experience that in another medium: Governor Romney’s argument is ‘we’re not fixed, so fire him and put me in.’ It is true, we’re not fixed. When President Obama looked into the eyes [...]

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Benghazi-gate Hearings: “I Want to Know Why We were Lied To”

October 10, 2012

The House Oversight Committee heard testimony today about the September 11th debacle in Benghazi.  The Blaze has robust coverage of the details, so check out their links and timeline including Rep. Trey Gowdy’s warranted outrage which includes this post’s title quote. How’d we get here?  Four Americans died on September 11 as a result of [...]

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Beck’s Take on the Benghazi Attack

September 22, 2012

It’s been fascinating to watch the Obama Administration hang itself on all the inconsistencies relating to the 9/11 terrorist attack on our consulate in Benghazi.  Some believe that all the confusion paints a picture of an administration in disarray, which may give some indeterminate political advantage to Romney in this election game of inches. Yet, [...]

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Should Obama Dump Biden?

August 16, 2012

With a flurry of recent Joe Biden gaffes, John McCain repeated some buzz about Obama potentially replacing Biden with another Vice Presidential nominee.  White House Propaganda Minister press secretary Jay Carney responded that Joe is indeed staying on the ticket, then proceed to attack McCain’s pick of Sarah Palin.  McCain said he wasn’t sure if [...]

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“New Party” Obama Revelations

June 7, 2012

Stanley Kurtz, writing for National Review Online, expanded upon a period in Obama’s past when Obama openly supported, and apparently joined and sought the endorsement of, the “New Party,” a European-type socialist-leaning ACORN-affiliated group.  The New Party was so outside the mainstream back in the 1990s, they had to work through the front-group “Progressive Chicago” [...]

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Hillary Hearts China

May 9, 2011

Hillary Clinton inferred today that the Obama Nation does not see China as a threat.  I don’t think Hillary has seen her feet in many years either, but they’re nonetheless there. Hillary has to say this kind of stuff because the Chinese own so much of our debt and the administration hopes they will buy [...]

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Fox News Sunday Snubbed by Obama Team

March 27, 2011

Over a week after the US military began aiding the rebels in Libya, Hillary Clinton and Robert Gates made the rounds on the Sunday talk shows.  That is, made the rounds everywhere except Fox News Sunday!  I thought all the fighting in this war was over there?  I guess not.  Ignoring Fox sets terrible precedent, [...]

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Obama’s Scheduled Libya Speech

February 24, 2011

More on-the-job training from our President this week as it took him nine days to give a real public speech on the escalating violence in Libya, which is currently sending shockwaves through the world’s oil markets.  Happily, the delay was completely clarified yesterday:  there was a “scheduling issue“, causing the delay.  In perspective, union hack [...]

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Schoen and Caddell to Obama: 1 Term is Enough

November 15, 2010

I’ve learned that whenever Dems speak out of step with convention, always read between the lines. Former Clintonista Doug Schoen and recovering Carterite Pat Caddell, both pollsters, have caused quite a stir with their Washington Post op-ed yesterday:  Obama should do the right thing and announce he’s not running in 2012 because they argue he [...]

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The 2012 Campaign is Starting!

November 12, 2010

The new Congress hasn’t even been sworn in yet, and already the news is full of stories on 2012.  Already, the first GOP Presidential Primary debate has been scheduled for spring of 2011, and polls are being taken to measure the relative strength of prospective candidates (Palin is polling surprisingly well in states like Maine [...]

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Whoa there! Obama’s Not Done Yet

August 24, 2010

A month ago, I elaborated on those who thought that James Carville’s criticism of Obama on the Gulf Oil Leak was opening salvo from Hillary’s 2012  Presidential campaign.  Then, outlets like the UK Telegraph and Neil Cavuto took it further, hypothesizing that Obama may not even run at all in 2012! It is true that [...]

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Whispers of Hillary 2012 Get Louder

July 15, 2010

The key moment in this saga happened in early June when loyal Clintonite James Carville openly bashed Obama’s handling of the oil spill in front of the MSM.  This was a sign to those loyal to the Hillary faction to buck up because it’s not over yet — there might be a chance in 2012.  [...]

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N’Obama in 2012 is Unrealistic

June 6, 2010

Some believe, including the much-cited article by Peter Ferrara at the American Spectator, that the current political climate surrounding President Obama will ultimately force him to either resign or make him politically unable to run in the 2012 Elections.  Here’s the thought:  Obama’s got the oil spill and the deepening Sestak scandal to deal with, [...]

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Why the Filibuster is Important

February 25, 2010

There has been a lot of talk lately on ending the filibuster.  Democrats have proposed ending the 60-vote cloture threshold as well as the idea of pushing sweeping controversial legislation through via reconciliation.  The filibuster is an important institution in our nation and needs to be preserved.  But don’t take my word for it, take [...]

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

February 14, 2010

The ultimate Hallmark Holiday comes again this year with promises of lavish gifts and romance for young couples and (almost) guaranteed “special occasion sex” for married ones!  I’m someone who likes these cultural holidays — I still love getting an Irish-buzz for St. Patrick’s Day and dressing up for Halloween parties, along with all the [...]

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Was Hillary Right?

December 11, 2009

One of Hillary’s campaign mantras in the 2008 Democrat Primary was that Barack Obama lacked the experience necessary to govern.  Liberals are now wondering if Hillary was right: It is the unforced errors that raise the question of whether Hillary Clinton was right back in 2008 when she argued that the White House was no [...]

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Ted Kennedy Dies at 77

August 26, 2009

The Liberal Lion of the Senate, Senator Edward M. Kennedy died from brain cancer late last night at the age of 77.  The sudden nature of his passing took me by surprise, though it was less than a week ago that he was imploring Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick to appoint Kennedy’s replacement as soon as possible (though the law in [...]

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What Do We Do with Afghanistan?

August 12, 2009

Afghanistan was always deemed the “Good War” by the Left and generally by those who supported the “cut-and-run” strategy in the Iraq War.  Afghanistan was a war of defense, while Iraq was a war of choice.  Well, Iraq is turning out to be a “stayed-put-and-won” conflict, while Afghanistan seems the murky war with no endgame.  Our soldiers [...]

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North Korea Releases American Journalists

August 4, 2009

Bill Clinton goes to North Korea, talks to Kim Jung Mentally-Il, and suddenly the two journalists are free!  Sounds like a miracle!  While a very nice development for the families of the journalists, one has to wonder why BJ could get this done, but his wife and power and mere presence of Big Barry O [...]

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A Dark Omen in India

July 22, 2009

The daylight became dim.  An auspicious darkness crept across the Asian subcontinent as feelings of dread seized millions — hide your children, bathe yourself in holy water, do not prepare foods, say your prayers! No, it probably wasn’t the continued presence of Hillary Clinton threatening a global warming disaster in India, though we know about [...]

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Terror in Jakarta Targets Foreigners

July 17, 2009

Obama Administration Newspeak:  Unfortunately our overseas contingency operations failed to stop a man-caused disaster which took the life of at least 18 non-Americans in Jakarta, Indonesia, at the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton Hotels today.  No Americans were killed, but at least five were wounded. Regular-Person Translation:  Islamic terrorists set off bombs at two hotels in Jakarta, [...]

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Hillary Slams Administration Vetting Process

July 13, 2009

Hillary vented frustration against the Obama administration’s vetting rules today, declaring that the process for vetting Jr. officials is a “nightmare.”  It was a rare outburst from a cabinet official speaking out against administration policy.  Said Clinton at a townhall meeting of State Department employees: It’s frustrating beyond words.  I pushed very hard, when I [...]

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What’s Going on in Honduras?

June 29, 2009

Apparently, the model for successful government in Latin America in recent years has been Hugo Chavez.  Even President Obama is trying to emulate Chavez’s slow buy steady nationalization/consolidation approach!  Confidence and success tend to embolden up-and-coming tin-pot dictators. Such was the situation in Honduras. The President of Honduras and the people, Supreme Court and military of [...]

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