Here is what we learned about this administration in the wake of purported Russian "phishing" of Clinton Campaign Manager John Podesta’s email. Valuable DNC secrets were protected by an elaborate set of fail-safe passwords, namely “password.” This followed years of high-level DNC meetings where attendees openly discussed their mothers’ maiden names, the names of their first pets, and their favorite movies on their Facebook pages.
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Inside Barack Obama's rhetoric of "income inequality" and "attack the rich," used mainly to sway envy-driven, simple minds, was always a dangerous subtext: Capitalism and entrepreneurs are bad. Trump needs to get us back to our capitalist roots, cut government, and start running government like a business.
Here is my annual look back at the year coming to a close:
As Obama and fellow Democrat travelers in the media work down their checklist of excuses for being demolished in the election, Russian email leaking is the latest “dog who ate their homework.”
There’s a bright side to every loss. The Clintons can now spend more time “saving the world” with their Clinton Foundation, which in no way was a self-enrichment/pay-for-play scheme.
Donald Trump, who is not even in office yet, is already effecting change by keeping American jobs. Even Reagan had to wait until his first day in office to get our Iran hostages released.
Fidel Castro, the 90-year-old communist dictator of Cuba, is dead. After his death Cuban citizens gathered near Cuba’s lone TV to watch leftist world leaders praise Castro for all he did for them.
Crawling out of their safe spaces after the election, the media are now advancing the narrative that Trump is running behind in his cabinet selection process and that tumult reigns. Never mind that he is ahead of where Obama was at this stage of the game. Facts no longer have a place in modern mainstream reporting.
The big losers in this Presidential election were the leftist mainstream media -- in short, the media. They were willfully disconnected from reality and dry humped the Clinton campaign to the end.
The hard-fought presidential election is, mercifully, over. Now Americans can relax, stop despising each other for how they voted, and go back to disliking each other based on the football team they like.
Until Friday, Hillary Clinton was measuring the Ovarian Office for curtains. Then a bombshell was delivered by FBI Director James Comey.
Sharp-elbowed Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe is the closest Clinton family confidant. He has been on the board of the Clinton Crime Family Foundation and is a long-time bag man for the Clintons and the DNC. And he just got caught influencing the FBI agent in charge of the Bureau's non-investigation into Hillary Clinton's email crimes.
Democrat operatives firebombed a N.C. Republican headquarters. Just when you thought this presidential race could not get any more heated, one party firebombed another. Even Kim Jung Un of North Korea said, "Hey, Americans, take this down a notch."
This race has deteriorated into an episode of The Howard Stern Show. Trump gets caught talking vulgarly about what he would like to do to women, and we are reminded what Bill and Hillary Clinton actually did to women.
News flash: Donald Trump does not try to pay any more federal taxes than he owes.
The first of the high-stakes debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump ended with the big loser being a fair media.
Hillary Clinton condescendingly called half of Trump supporters “deplorables” and looked at them with contempt. Trump then proposed allowing working families to deduct the cost of childcare, one of the biggest entitlements proposed in years. One would think that after seemingly four years of primaries, the Dems and the GOP would, by now, have at least nominated someone from their own parties.
When Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson was asked by the condescending crew at PMSNBC what he would do about Aleppo, Johnson asked, “What is Aleppo?” Some say it was his Alamo.
NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick said, “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses Black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street… This is not something that I am going to run by anybody. I am not looking for approval. I have to stand up for people that are oppressed… I know that I stood up for what is right.”