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Karen Finney, Clinton hack

According to Wikipedia, Karen Finney is a time-tested veteran of high profile campaigns. Among other tours of duty, “Finney served four years as the spokesperson and Director of Communications at the Democratic National Committee.” Later, “Finney joined Media Matters as a senior fellow and consultant” on November 25, 2014. Ms. Finney isn’t a centrist Democrat […]

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Trump and Trump Foundation = Clinton and Clinton Foundation

Back in early September, I wrote a piece about a discovery involving the Donald J. Trump Foundation, and how the charitable organization belonging to our president-elect had been caught giving an illegal $25,000 campaign contribution to a group supporting Florida…

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Forget the swamp! Drain Trump’s ethical conflicts

According to Merriam-Webster, legal can be defined as “allowed by law.” One of the definitions of ethical is “following accepted rules of behavior.” It’s been said that just because something is legal doesn’t mean it’s ethical. For instance, while it’s…

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Steny Hoyer’s situational principles

It isn’t a secret that Steny Hoyer is a partisan hack who doesn’t have consistent principles. That’s apparent in Hoyer’s latest statement to the press. Monday morning, Hoyer issued a statement, saying “One of the basic principles that safeguards our democracy is the separation of the personal business interests of our leaders from the government […]

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Haiti needs electricity: Hillary gives them a sweatshop, foundation gets a new donor

New emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by the Republican National Committee and then shared with ABC News, made public on October 11, highlight the cozy connections between the Clinton Foundation, Hillary Clinton’s State Department and the Clinton’s cronies.

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Trump’s blueprint for victory

Donald Trump wasted a valuable commodity this week — time. The week started right, with him winning the first third of the debate. Then he forgot his purpose and started chasing ghosts. The lesson that his advisors need to teach him is that he needs to focus on things that will help him connect with […]

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The Hillary index — Bullish?

It isn’t difficult to find articles telling us that the presidential race is essentially finished and that Hillary will be our next president. Thus far, what’s evident is that Mr. Trump has righted himself to a certain extent. That’s mostly attributable to hiring Kellyanne Conway. She’s brought a focus to the campaign that’s been quite […]

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Cruz vs. Trump, NY values edition

When Ted Cruz didn’t criticize Donald Trump early in the campaign, conservatives, including myself, criticized him. Clearly, he had a well-thought out plan that he’s started implementing this past week. When he started talking about Donald Trump’s New York values, he must’ve known that Trump would attack viciously. When Trump invoked 9/11 during Thursday night’s […]

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Hillary Clinton Has a Problem with Lying & Emails

Last week, the State Department confirmed Hillary Clinton failed to turn over all Benghazi and Libya documents, prompting the Chairman of the Select Committee on Benghazi, Trey Gowdy, to say in a statement: “This conclusively shows her email arrangement with herself, which was then vetted by her own lawyers, has resulted in an incomplete public record.” It appears that there are 15 unavailable emails between former Bill Clinton aide Sidney Blumenthal and Hillary. Before I dive more into Sidney, keep in mind that last month the Daily Caller reported about his son, left-wing writer Max Blumenthal, as the architect behind Hillary’s the YouTube narrative in the days following the deadly terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya in 2012. To say the least, we’re not really dealing with the salt of the earth here. It turns out Sidney Blumenthal, although barred from working at the State Department, was still being paid $10,000 a month by the Clinton Foundation during the time that Hillary was Secretary of State to help defend Clinton from media “attacks.” In the days following his employment in Hillary’s 2008 presidential campaign, he also advised a pair of businesses seeking lucrative contracts in Libya, while […]

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Mocking Hillary’s speech

Based on Hillary’s speech Saturday, Hillary will need to relaunch the relaunch to her campaign. First, here’s the text of Hillary’s speech. The content of the speech was typical Hillary: tons of spin, tons of chutzpah and tons of identity politics. First, here’s a dose of Hillary’s chutzpah: As a Senator from New York, I […]

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Hillary’s money connection, Part I

If Hillary wasn’t worried about the Clinton Foundation’s donations-for-influence scandal, she’s worried now. This time, though, it’s personal: Almost a decade ago, as Hillary Clinton ran for re-election to the Senate on her way to seeking the presidency for the first time, the New York Times reported on her unusually close relationship with Corning, Inc., […]

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Lanny Davis ‘helps’ Hillary Clinton

If you watch this video and can’t understand why Lanny Davis is now on Hillary’s frenemies list, you might be a liberal: Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Here’s part of Mr. Davis said on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal Monday morning: LANNY DAVIS: When I was raised in the 1950s — I’m sure I’m showing my […]

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All of Queen Hillary’s horses…

When Bill Clinton ran for president in 1991-92, their war room operations were second to none. Hillary’s press operations are second to everyone. Check out this video: Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Here’s the transcript of what Bill Clinton, Brian Fallon, John Podesta and James Carville said: BILL CLINTON, 42ND PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED […]

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Is The Clinton Foundation Just A Foreign Laundering Scheme?

I’ve always thought it sad that we have commented more or less forever that we have the best Congress money can buy. particularly since it so often seems true. We deserve better but we are lazy and don’t demand it, so we don’t get it. Still this nonsense just leaves me shaking my head in […]

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