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Four takeways from Hillary’s ‘medical episode’ about the health of her campaign

William Whalen,   I’m not a doctor, nor do I play one on television, so I’ll take a pass on diagnosing Hillary Clinton’s medical condition. Instead, I’m reading Mrs. Clinton’s political chart. And it indicates at least four ways that concerns over her personal health could adversely affect the health of her presidential run. 1.

Marco Rubio Goes Rogue on Twitter; Teases Future Presidential Run

Charlie Spiering, Breitbart After being dwarfed by Donald Trump in the Republican presidential primary, Sen. Marco Rubio has remained largely quiet and diplomatic as he returned to the Senate to finish out his term. But at around 10:00 pm last night, the Florida senator fired up his Twitter account to send several rapid fire tweets

Democrats Have No Lock on the Electoral College

Jonathan Bernstein Can we please stop all the “blue wall” nonsense already? This refers to the supposed near lock the Democrats have on the White House because, as the Fix’s Chris Cillizza puts it: If Clinton wins the 19 states (and D.C.) that every Democratic nominee has won from 1992 to 2012, she has 242 electoral

Winner of Worst Week In Washington: Hillary Clinton

Matt Vespa So, who had the worst week in Washington? Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post said that’ll be former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whose book sales are sinking faster than the Titanic (via WaPo): Then there is the question of just how well Clinton’s book is actually selling. According to Nielsen BookScan, sales

Can Hillary keep the Democrats out of impending abyss?

Donald Lambro   The end of Barack Obama’s presidency effectively began after the 2010 congressional elections when Republicans took control of the House. Obama and the Democrats have been tumbling into a political abyss ever since, hurtling toward major Senate losses this fall, if not a decisive Republican takeover of the Democratic-run chamber. Obama has