Speaker Paul Ryan said he was not ready to support presumptive nominee Donald J. Trump. Presumably, he is going to see if he can beat Donald Trump at the “Art of the Deal.”
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The next time you hear Mark Levin on the radio, or watch Glenn Beck on TV, or read Erick Erickson, RedState.com on the Internet, you might just ask yourself who is paying for the message? And why is it so stridently anti-Trump?
Bloomberg News reported last week that [crscore]John McCain[/crscore] may be following in the footsteps of Hillary and Bill Clinton, who are accused of laundering millions from foreign governments through their so-called "charity" to augment their lavish travel and life-style.
It was disturbing enough when Senator Ted Cruz announced that Neil Bush, brother of Jeb and George W., would be a Finance Chairman of his campaign.
The Establishment on both the left and the right, who want to disenfranchise the millions of Republican voters who support Donald Trump, have blamed the staged riots near Trump rallies on Trump or on Bernie Sanders. That’s like blaming the Russians for the Reichstag Fire. Bernie has little to do with these manufactured protests. This is a Clinton operation, a faux protest.
Tingly-legged windbag Chris Matthews got caught in a pay-to-play scandal involving his wife’s campaign and his TV show. The blond blowhard has been soliciting donations for his wife’s congressional campaign in exchange for appearing on his show, enabling the donors to be seen by Hardball’s dozens of viewers. MSNBC should can the tiresome phony right away.
As the nation says “Goodbye” to Nancy Reagan – a woman widely admired as the quintessential political wife – we pause to ask: Who is Heidi Nelson Cruz?
Neil Bush, the son of President George H. W. Bush, who defrauded U.S. taxpayers out of $1.5 billion dollars in the savings and loan scam, and later peddled influence for the Chinese government, (who plied him with Chinese prostitutes) has formally endorsed Senator Ted Cruz for president. You can't make this stuff up.
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Vladimir Lenin said, “There are no morals in politics; there is only expedience. A scoundrel may be of use to us just because he is a scoundrel.”
Having dodged this bullet before and because no Democrat raised this issue when she ran in 2000 Hillary must have figured the MSM would cut off discussion of Bill’s record of sexual assault and rape … and Hillary’s role in silencing his victims.
Hillary Clinton stepped in it. For the first time Hilary was forced to confront the issue which has the potential to derail her bid for the White House. Not surprisingly the question did not come from a member of the media but from a voter in New Hampshire.
My book The Clintons’ War on Women documents former President Bill Clinton’s trail of sexual assault and rape and Hillary’s point-person role in orchestrating the campaign to discredit and intimidate Bill’s victims into silence lest they slow the Clintons' path to power and wealth.
The Bushies – blind followers of the Bush dynasty -- are everywhere. They populate the radio and TV airwaves as supposedly unbiased pundits. They write opinion pieces across all the major newspapers and websites. But now they even inhabit daytime television – "Republican Strategist" Ana Navarro, a paid CNN political analyst, was recently named a regular contributor on “The View.”
As Hillary’s poll numbers continue to slide, she is desperately trying to hold onto her supposed base: women. The foundation of her campaign is quickly eroding, as polls show that women are indeed much smarter than Hillary thinks.
I got a fundraising solicitation for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign today, signed by veteran Clinton attack dog James Carville. Carville was purged from Bill's 1996 reelection campaign but has remained a dogged Clinton defender while living like the 1 percent on speaking fees and product endorsement deals.
Hillary Clinton unveiled the broad themes of her candidacy for president in an address on Roosevelt Island. Hillary, once one of the most polarizing figures in American politics, is running as an advocate for women and girls as well as an advocate for the poor while vowing to reign in the excesses of wealthy hedge funders and others on Wall Street.
In his wobbly defense of the financial self-enrichment shenanigans in the nexus between the U.S. State Department and the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation provided as exposed in Clinton Cash, Former Presdent Bill Clinton said “Even the guy that wrote the book apparently had to admit under questioning that, ‘We didn’t have a shred of evidence for this, we just sort of thought we would throw it out there and see if it flies.’ And it won’t fly.”
The Clintonistas' defense in the burgeoning Clinton Foundation scandal reminds me of the man who, when tried for the murder of his parents, argued that he should be found not guilty because he was a orphan. There is, not a shred of evidence that shows Hillary's policies or actions were effected by the millions going into the Foundations's coffers or Bill's pocket, we are told. Shred is the appropriate word. In fact the gusher of money flowing into the Clinton Foundation offers the first plausible explanation for the illegal erasure thousands of her "personal" e-mails. Hillary left no trail.
Hillary is in the race. But Republicans should fear not -- her candidacy is flawed. Now that she has destroyed the evidence of her potential crimes, Hillary Clinton’s partisans tell us the e-mail issue is “nothing” and will have no impact on her future.