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Archive of posts published in the category: Clinton

And the winner of the most dysfunctional political party is…

There is little in the e-mail releases that surprises me.  They only confirm what those outside of the Clinton bubble already knew.  She has had a long history of lies while living in an ethical vacuum. She has long shown…

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Risk vs Certainty

from The Case for Trump from William McGurn at the Wall Street Journal At a time when so much of American “law”—from the Health and Human Service’s contraceptive mandate, to the Education Department’s “Dear Colleague” letters on transgender policy, to the…

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Clinton’s Security Risk

Gordon Crovitz at the Wall Street Journal writes Clinton’s Information Lockdown The private email server was only semiprivate: Putin likely has  everything. No public official since LBJ has gone as far as Hillary Clinton to evade public-disclosure laws. In 2010 her adviser Huma…

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A Government of Laws

from Karl Rove in the Wall Street Journal, Clinton is Already Vowing to Overreach: This is no small matter. “The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive and judiciary in the same hands,” James Madison warned in Federalist 47, “may justly be pronounced…

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A Hard Shift Left

from The Wall Street Journal, Fred Barnes writes The No-Growth Democratic Party In 1997 President Bill Clinton signed the Taxpayer Relief Act, cutting the tax rate on capital gains to 20% from 28%. Senate Democrats voted 37-8 in favor of the bill.…

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Irresponsibility

from Cafe Hayek, A Canned Lie: As ‘responsibility’ is commonly understood in modern English, a responsible person is able and willing to respond to the events in question by personally bearing the bulk of the consequences. If Ms. Clinton were really to take responsibility,…

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Clinton Fraud Hidden in Plain Sight

From The Wall Street Journal, How the Clintons Get Away With It by Peggy Noonan excerpts: I wonder if any aspirant for the presidency except Hillary Clinton could survive such a book. I suspect she can because the Clintons are unique…

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The Cynics in the Mirror

Bret Stephens writes in The Wall Street Journal, Hillary’s Cynical Song of Self excerpts: Cynicism is the great temptation of modern life. We become cynics because we desperately don’t want to be moralists, and because earnestness is boring, and because…

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The Clinton Slush Fund

from The New York Post, Isabel Vincent writes Charity watchdog: Clinton Foundation a ‘slush fund’ Excerpt: The Clinton Foundation’s finances are so messy that the nation’s most influential charity watchdog put it on its “watch list” of problematic nonprofits last month.…

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A Hillary Reality Check

From Don Boudreaux in Cafe Hayek, Why Is This Politician Taken Seriously? Excerpt: So here’s a simple mental experiment.  Suppose you’re on the board of a successful corporation and the President & CEO of that corporation is about to retire.…

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Hillary’s Icarus Moment

Peggy Noonan writes in the Wall Street Journal, Hillary Seems Tired, Not Hungry. Excerpt: Everyone knows what the scandal is. She didn’t want a paper trail of her decisions and actions as secretary of state. She didn’t want to be…

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The Clinton Tradeoff

From the New York Times, Maureen Dowd writes An Open Letter to hdr22@clintonemail.com excerpts: Because you assume that if it’s good for the Clintons, it’s good for the world, you’re always tangling up government policy with your own needs, desires,…

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The Ethics of the Clinton Foundation

from The Wall Street Journal, The Clinton Foundation Super PAC by Kimberley Strassel: With the news this week that Mrs. Clinton—the would-be occupant of the White House—is landing tens of millions from foreign governments for her shop, it’s long past…

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The Rest of Clinton’s Bosnia Story

From Peggy Noonan in the WSJ Online- “Getting Mrs. Clinton.” The article.Some sarcasm at its best…. What struck me as the best commentary on the Bosnia story came from a poster called GI Joe who wrote in to a news…

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