Suzanne Fields, What fools (and hypocrites) these mortals be. Two decades have passed since Linda Tripp blew the whistle on sexual hijinks in high places with her tapes of Monica Lewinsky, the young intern who described to her confidant and colleague the passionate ordeal of a sexual liaison with the president of the United States.
Aaron Bandler, Dan Rather of “fake but accurate” infamy absurdly suggested in a Tuesday Facebook post that retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn’s talks with the Russians were at the same level as Watergate. “On a 10 scale of Armageddon for our form of government, I would put Watergate at a 9,” Rather wrote. “This Russia scandal
John Fund, “This is just a distraction,” Democratic pollster Mark Mellman says of the news the FBI is reexamining the Clinton email case. During a press conference — which lasted all of three minutes — Hillary Clinton herself said, “I think people a long time ago made up their minds about the emails. I think
Katie Kieffer, As a young woman, I will vote for Donald J. Trump for president because he and his wife Melania have proven themselves presidential in ways Hillary and Bill Clinton failed. First things first: a vote for Donald Trump is a vote against Hillary. You need not personally admire Trump in order to consider
The wizards of smarts in the political arena are telling us Donald Trump’s campaign is over because of recently leaked tapes of a private conversation from 2005 that was disparaging to women. The comments are so offensive, they say, he’s not fit for office. From the moment the tapes were made public, the drumbeat to
Donald Trump’s campaign is signaling that Bill Clinton’s history of affairs and alleged sexual misconduct – as well as Hillary Clinton’s treatment of the women involved – is now fair game, after his Democratic opponent took the first shot by calling out his own negative comments toward women at Monday’s debate. The Republican nominee took
Aaron Klein, As a White House staffer who worked directly adjacent to Hillary Clinton’s second floor West Wing office, Linda Tripp was afforded a front row seat to some of the most infamous scandals to rock the Bill Clinton White House. Tripp possesses insider information on the scandals known as Travelgate, Filegate and Whitewater, and
Debra J. Saunders, We all have theories as to how Donald Trump got this far. Mine is that Trump has done well among white high school graduates because he acts the way people think they would act if they were billionaires. If Trump ever doubts himself, he never shows it. He calls people names because
Michael Goodwin, Soon after Huma Abedin announced that she was separating from serial sexter Anthony Weiner, Clinton campaign water carriers insisted the family’s troubles were a private matter and not public fodder. A noble sentiment, but it’s a little late for such drivel. In fact, the Abedin saga offers a case study of how getting
Stephen Moore, Have you noticed that Hillary Clinton wants to talk about the economy about as much as she wants to talk about Monica Lewinsky or Benghazi? Here’s why: The economy is lousy. Feeble. Barack Obama’s own numbers prove it. We got revised GDP numbers from the Commerce Department on Friday and the economy is
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.
Armstrong Williams, Because the Democratic convention followed the GOP convention in Cleveland last week, we have more of a basis to contrast the two, both in style, substance and tone. Thus far, the Democrat events could not look more different, and this goes to a sharply contrasting vision of both the current state of our