Now that Speaker Boehner has finally taken an action that he should have taken two years ago – authorizing a select committee to investigate Benghazi — we might possibly wring from this White House a narrative that comports with facts. On April 30, when Jay Carney experienced an epic roasting at the hands of ABC News’ Jon Karl, most of us were focused on the | Read More »
Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, an early supporter of Barack Obama in 2008, says he is backing Hillary Rodham Clinton for president if the former secretary of state seeks the Democratic nomination in 2016.
Hillary Clinton is more comfortable with religious language than some of her predecessors who stumbled on the sawdust trail, but her policies are little different from those of a liberal skeptic.
I know that a lot of people continue to call for Obama’s impeachment, but it’s an exercise in futility. The Republicans can’t, even though Obama has treated the Constitution as if it was an old rag, and the Democrats won’t. We had a great opportunity to dump him in 2012 and replace him with Mitt…
Yesterday we reported on the revelation that the White House made a conscious decision to blame the sacking of our Benghazi consulate on a silly and sparsely distributed internet video called Innocence of Muslims. In an email distributed by Ben Rhodes, senior policy makers, among them Susan Rice, are told to 1) blame the internet video for the violence, 2) deflect attention from greater | Read More »
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has called the Benghazi terrorist attack — which killed Ambassador Chris Stevens, foreign service officer Sean Smith, and CIA contractors Ty Woods and Glenn Doherty — the most significant failure on her watch.
It should not even be a debate. Yesterday, filling in for Rush Limbaugh, I noted that Hillary Clinton will be old by 2016. She will, in fact, be 69. We are not talking about tortoises here or redwood trees. Sixty-nine is no longer middle age. It is just a fact. John McCain ran for President when he was 72 years old. Were Clinton elected in | Read More »
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Aaron Blake to discuss the Democrat obsession with the Koch brothers, falling poll numbers for Hillary Clinton and the Bush and Clinton political dynasties.
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Hillary Clinton and her friends in the media have been testing messages for her expected presidential campaign.
Six years of Obamaism have left America polarized at home and a laughingstock abroad; Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid and Chuck Schumer all have played starring roles in that disaster.