Democrats: The Year of Tactical Thinking

Today marks the gloriously mundane holiday affectionally known by Seinfeld fans as Festivus. It’s a day established as an alternative to the perceived pressures of commercialism that overwhelm some during the Christmas season. The celebration includes a Festivus dinner, an unadorned aluminum Festivus pole, and most importantly, rituals, such as the “Airing of Grievances.” Clinton…
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Clinton’s Latest Hamfisted Reboot Highlights Her Flawed Campaign

Hillary Clinton is to campaign reboots as President Obama is to economic pivots. They just keep doing them in the offhand hope that doing the exact same thing will lead to better political results. This time, Team Hillary wants to reframe Clinton as a spontaneous, funny and humble, the New York Times’ Amy Chozick reports:…
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Clinton is Flailing, Democrats are Panicking, and I’m Grabbing the Popcorn

It almost seems quaint now, but not long ago, a matter of days really, Hillary Clinton wasn’t just the odds on favorite to win the Democrat primary, she was the putative nominee. The next twelve months were supposed to be a formality, an opportunity for Clinton to shake off the rust, built a stockpile of…
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