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At The Clinton Foundation, You Can Smell The Meat A-Cookin’

John Kass, With so many journalists spending so much time shaming Donald Trump’s voters so as to protect Hillary Clinton in November, I’m getting mighty worried. I’m not worried about Trump. He’s a megalomaniac, and his kind of narcissism will help him blend in quite nicely in Washington if he’s elected president. And I’m not

Convicted Criminal Soros Spending Millions to Buy District Attorneys

Daniel Greenfield, Don’t worry. It’s all about “criminal justice reform”. Which means it’s really great that a billionaire convicted of insider trading is buying DA’s like cattle. Criminals buying chunks of the justice system is praiseworthy if they’re progressives. Just ask Scott over at Politico. “George Soros’ quiet overhaul of the U.S. justice system” Who

The Hillary Effect

John P. Warren, A recent cartoon by Catalino sums it up nicely: There’s a car pile up behind a sad sack of a driver who says to the officer: “My intention wasn’t to run a right light and kill someone.” The officer says, “Okay, you can go.” Another artist adds an exclamation point. Former NSA

Hillary Clinton: From Glass Ceiling to Crass Dealing

Ken Blackwell, The world has seen a number of women as top political leaders. Theresa May is the second female prime minister in Great Britain, after Maggie Thatcher. Angela Merkel is the long-serving chancellor of Germany. Years ago there was Indira Gandhi of India. Now Hillary Clinton is on the cusp of being elected U.S.

Hillary’s Chocolate Covered Corruption

Jeff Crouere, It has been 265 days since the Democrat Party presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, held a news conference. This type of press stonewalling is unprecedented for a presidential candidate in modern American political history. The American people have a right to know where presidential candidates stand on important issues and how they respond to

Under Hillary, State and the Clinton Foundation were one seamless entity

Kimberley A. Strassel, This is the week that the steady drip, drip, drip of details about Hillary Clinton’s server turned into a waterfall. This is the week that we finally learned why Mrs. Clinton used a private communications setup, and what it hid. This is the week, in short, that we found out that the

New Calls for a second look at the Hillary Clinton case

More than seven weeks after FBI Director James Comey’s July 5 announcement closing the case on Hillary Clinton’s personal email use, Republican calls are growing for prosecutors to take a closer look – at everything from perjury questions to the tangled dealings with Clinton Foundation donors during the candidate’s tenure leading the State Department. And

Assange vows Clinton email release, as storm clouds gather for candidate

With 75 days before voters pick their new president, email revelations are threatening to overtake Hillary Clinton’s campaign – with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange hurling another log on an already raging fire with a vow to release “significant” Clinton documents. In an exclusive interview Wednesday night with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, Assange was asked whether new information culled

Clinton camp dismisses questions over Bill’s $17M job with firm invited to State Dept. dinner

The Clinton campaign pushed back against allegations Thursday of another pay-to-play scheme, calling “absurd” any connection between a private dinner invite for a for-profit college network during Hillary Clinton’s State Department days and a multi-million-dollar job her husband landed months later. The former secretary of state’s intervention in that incident was revealed in an email

Hillary’s Corruption Is Overwhelming

Ben Shapiro, After over two decades in the heart of America’s spotlight, Hillary Clinton is still an unknown quantity for most Americans. That’s thanks to one factor and one factor only: the love and worship of the mainstream media. Over the weekend, no less than six terrible stories broke that would have crippled anyone else’s