“I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money,” President Obama said in 2010. His potential successor and her philandering husband couldn’t disagree more.
The Clintons can’t stop making money. Hillary recently took home $225,000 for a speech at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas foundation, money she refused to give back after students at the public university protested her exorbitant speaking fee in the face of rising tuition costs.
Bill, meanwhile, just wrapped a six-figure keynote gig at Veritas Capital, a private equity firm. You know, sort of like Bain Capital, which Democrats spent the entire 2012 campaign attacking at as a heartless agent of “vulture capitalism.”
My must read of the day is “Clinton Library to Release Lewinsky, Whitewater Documents Friday,” in the Wall Street Journal.
Louisiana Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal criticized President Obama and called for increased defense spending in a Monday speech at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C.
Hillary Clinton will be attending Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Hollywood fundraiser for Senate Democrats, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Wealthy grandmother Hillary Clinton embarrassed herself on Wednesday by butchering a basic detail about the work of Alexis de Tocqueville, a notable Frenchman who loved America.
Dr. Ben Carson compared the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL or ISIS) to the fight against cancer in a speech delivered on Monday.
The 2016 frontrunner for the Democratic nomination is an affluent 66-year-old grandmother named Hillary Clinton, the Free Beacon has learned. She is pictured below (seated, obviously).
My must read of the day is “The Revenge of Rand Paul,” in the New Yorker.
Amy Chozick covers Hillary Clinton for the New York Times. She is an enterprising and dedicated reporter, and many of her stories have annoyed the 2016 presidential frontrunner. This week Chozick covered a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative. It was her turn to be annoyed.