Sorry Sandernistas, Clinton’s Got You Right Where She Wants You

Not too long ago—back when Hillary Clinton was scraping and clawing to out-progressive Bernie Sanders for the Democrat nomination—the former Secretary of State literally laughed off the question of when she would release the transcripts of her paid speeches to Wall Street banks. The insinuation was clear: Never. She long ago made the political calculation…
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Despite Latest Efforts, Clinton Still Fails to Inspire Young Voters

It was telling that Hillary Clinton’s first sustained applause line in her speech targeted at millennial voters came when she mentioned the true object of their affection. “I worked with Bernie Sanders on a plan—“ Clinton began before her voice was overwhelmed with cheers from the small crowd of students gathered at Temple University. It…
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Will the Real Hillary Clinton Please Stand Up

Hillary Clinton recently announced her presence on Snapchat with a photograph of herself with the expression “Yaaas, Hllary!” splayed across it. It was a quintessential Clinton social media post – a desperate stab by her team to “speak to” millennials by sounding absolutely nothing like the candidate herself. I daresay Clinton is more likely to…
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Clinton’s Risky Embrace of Obama’s Legacy

Hillary Clinton was backed into a corner. Her primary opponent—Bernie Sanders—was running on the idea that the nation was fundamentally broken. According to Sanders, our democracy was rigged, our economy was crippled, and unfairness and injustice prevailed on everything from health care to criminal justice. These things didn’t demand a continuation of current policies, or…
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Democrat’s Confused Convention

Bernie Sanders may have been beaten, but if the Democratic Convention is any indication, his legacy in the Democrat Party could last a long time. He’s managed to factionalize Democrats into those who believe the country is broken and needs a revolution in order to be set right, and those who believe that the steady…
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Debbie Wasserman-Schultz – The Democrat Civil War’s Latest Victim

After spending much of the last week deriding Republicans’ squabbles during their national convention last week, Democrats now find themselves in disarray. The week got off to an inauspicious start and went straight downhill from there. It began with Clinton selecting Sen. Tim Kaine, a safe choice that re-enflamed the tensions between the centrist and…
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Leaked Emails Show Sanders Was Squashed by Democrat Party Machine

With a name like the “Democratic Party” you’d think they’d embrace the concepts of democracy. Instead, they’ve become experts at rigging the system to rain favor upon their chosen candidates and constituencies. It wasn’t exactly a secret that Bernie Sanders was on the wrong end of the Democrat Party machine. He wasn’t a woman or…
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Clinton’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Month

My what a difference a month makes. In early May Democrats were already breaking out the champagne and congratulating themselves on their good fortune. Donald Trump had just won the crucial state of Indiana handily, forcing his last two challengers—Gov. John Kasich and Sen. Ted Cruz—out of the race, and Hillary Clinton was a mathematical…
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Sanders Goes to War Against the Democrat Status Quo

Hillary Clinton never thought it would come to this. She never thought that she would still be campaigning in a primary race, much less feeling the pressure to win in a state like Kentucky. She never thought she’d have to jet around to thirteen campaign events in 10 days and spend $180,000 on a last-minute…
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Democrats’ Poisoning the Well With Sanders’ Supporters

Bernie Sanders isn’t just hanging around the Democratic primary because he has nothing better to do. He’s not even staying in the race to make a point. He’s in the race because he’s desperate to foment a revolution among the liberal wing of the Democrat Party. “I think we are perpetuating the political revolution by…
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