Clinton’s College Plan: Bad Policy Wrapped in Cynical Politics

Hillary Clinton is following in the long Democrat tradition of making popular promises they know are either poor policy or that they won’t have to keep. Of course, their political mastery lies in their ability to later justify their failure to accomplish these promises by blaming Republican intransigence (which, outside of politics, would simply be…
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Clinton Loses Huge In New Hampshire

Hillary Clinton knew she wasn’t going to win Iowa. But after barely eking out a win in the Iowa caucuses, Hillary Clinton knew she had to make the race closer than the polls were indicating. She’s losing steam at the same time Bernie Sanders is picking up momentum, and New Hampshire results could have slammed…
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Clinton is Now Embracing the Idea of Serving “Obama’s Third Term”

This election season I’ve found myself unable to escape the feeling of deja vu. Specifically, it feels as if we’ve gone back in time eight years, when Barack Obama was trying to beat John McCain in the race for the White House. “[W]e all agree that at this defining moment in our history, a moment…
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Youth Voters Want Authenticity, Clinton Can’t Give it to Them

This is not how Hillary Clinton expected to spend her summer. Just a few short months ago Clinton was sitting easily atop the polls, building an enviable campaign infrastructure, and attending Wall Street fundraising dinners where the money flowed like wine. Most importantly, her comfortable lead allowed her to sit back and throw verbal knives…
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The Clinton Email Scandal is Not Just a “Bureaucratic Tangle”

Last week, in the face of mounting criticism over her use of a homebrew email, which she used to receive and send classified information, Clinton promised to be more transparent. “I think that it is a little confusing, and I certainly understand why, for the press and for the public to try to make sense…
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Clinton’s Quandary: It’s Impossible For Her to Keep Her Story Straight

Americans are known for being quick to cast blame, but we’re also incredibly quick to forgive. Take, for instance, Mike Tyson, who was convicted of rape and bit an opponent’s ear off, but is now making a living making people laugh in movies like The Hangover and, most recently, in a one-man Broadway play. Or,…
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Clinton’s Tenure as Secretary of State Could Be Her Political Undoing

Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State was supposed to be the ace up her sleeve in the run for the White House. It was the cherry on top of an impressive career in public service, the type of resume line that causes pundits to gush about being “the most qualified candidate in recent history.”…
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