Hillary Clinton is a terrible candidate, a new Quinnipiac poll has found.
I made a G today
But you made it in a sleazy way
A lot of new information has come to light since our last explanatory report on scandals surrounding the Clinton Foundation. It’s time for an update. Here’s everything you need to know about the latest Clinton Foundation scandals, but were too afraid to ask.
Today is Earth Day, an environmentalist “holiday” cofounded by a murderer. Liberals and other science fetishists are marking the occasion by showing how much they care:
Hillary Clinton will never be president. She might not even win the Democratic nomination. This, week she got her first legitimate challenger in hip-hop icon Waka Flocka Flame, who is making good on his 2012 promise to run for president.
I’m dead ass running for president in 2016.
Hillary Clinton’s listening tour of “Everyday America” has been mocked and analyzed by countless critics. But some of the craziest things said about Hillary’s campaign have come from her own aides and supporters.
A feature of policymaking in the Age of Obama is this administration’s habitual, reflexive dishonesty with the American people. For yet another example, consider how the White House downplays Iran’s role in the fighting in Yemen, even as the U.S. Navy monitors an Iranian flotilla reportedly steaming to the assistance of Houthi rebels. Spokesmen for the Navy are falling over themselves to note that they are only there to track the activity, and that they have no authority to board the Iranian ships.
The Iran-backed Houthi insurgency is a problem for Obama’s nuclear deal with Tehran because it highlights how the Iranians are opposed to the interests of traditional U.S. partners in the region, like the now displaced government of Yemen and its allies Egypt and Saudi Arabia. It also clearly demonstrates how Iran’s actions harm U.S. counter-terror efforts that rely on these traditional partners. So what does the White House do? It starts pushing the line that the Houthis aren’t actually Iranian proxies after all. Take this leak, published yesterday in the Huffington Post: