BREAKING: Hillary Clinton Seen Walking (Somewhat) Unassisted on a Beach

Appears to rely on service dog for guidance, stability
Real, or photoshopped? (Matt Agudo/INFphoto.com)

A crafty photographer has captured some incredible shots of elderly homeowner Hillary Clinton appearing to walk unassisted on a beach in the Hamptons, where the Clintons are currently vacationing for three weeks at an $18 million mansion. She is wearing a “muumuu.”

Gag Baby Gag: The Clinton Police State Cometh

Critics 'should neither be allowed nor enabled' to speak ill of Hillary
Chelsea Clinton Graduates From Oxford University, Britain - 10 May 2014

Political journalists are going to love the Hillary Clinton presidency. Judging by the way Team Clinton has responded to a series of books that are critical of the elderly homeowner and her philandering husband, it will be a real treat to cover them in the White House (again).

According to Politico, for example, public relations representatives for the Clinton family have issued a joint statement condemning the recent publication of “trashy” books by Ed Klein, Daniel Halper, and Ronald Kessler, all of which reflect less than favorably on the Clintons. The spokesmen condemned the “despicable” authors, arguing that “their behavior should neither be allowed nor enabled,” and called on “legitimate media outlets” to promptly censor them.

Behold: The Clinton Empire

Look on their works, ye mighty, and despair
They're not in the politics business. They're in the empire business.  (AP)

This is what a global political empire looks like.

The Washington Examiner reports that Bill Clinton earned $48 million—from speeches and consulting deals—during his wife’s tenure as Secretary of State. A number of those speeches were funded by powerful business and political entities with a clear interest in influencing U.S. policy, yet the State Department did not object to any of them, despite policies intended to prevent ”potential or actual conflicts of interest.”

For example, the Examiner investigation found that Clinton made more than $2 million for a total of eight speeches in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates. Much of the funding for the speeches came from wealthy investors with close ties to the governments in those countries.

The Hillary Show

Book: Clintons killed TV documentary for fear of bringing back Monica Lewinsky
Artist: Gary Locke

On July 29, 2013, CNN announced a planned documentary on the life of Hillary Clinton. Charles Ferguson, the Academy Award–winning di- rector, was going to direct the piece. Ferguson was a left-wing filmmaker likely to be sympathetic to the former First Family. Almost simultaneously, NBC announced a four-hour miniseries called Hillary with Diane Lane in the title role.

Both efforts led to a furious reaction from the Clinton camp. Some might say overreaction. (Ironically, Republicans also threw a fit, assuming that any portrayal of Mrs. Clinton in the “lamestream media” would be biased in her favor.)

Five Things You Need to Know About Chelsea Clinton

Daniel Halper’s Clinton, Inc. offers glimpse into rise of Chelsea
Halper scan

Chelsea Clinton is the best known public figure that everybody seems to know nothing about.

This is set to change as Chelsea emerges into a much larger role at the helm of the Clinton political machine, according to Daniel Halper’s newly released book Clinton, Inc.

Why Hillary Clinton’s Massive Public Speaking Fortune Matters

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Hillary Clinton has raked in at least $12 million since quitting her job at the State Department last year, Bloomberg reported on Monday, noting that Clinton’s “windfall” was “at odds with her party’s call to shrink the gap between the rich and the poor.”

This did not sit well with Hillary’s fans, who really hate it when you mention her and Mitt Romney in the same sentence: