ANALYSIS: Jordan Spieth’s Historic Masters Win Is Bad for Hillary

Jordan Spieth, winner. (AP)

Jordan Spieth didn’t just win the 2015 Masters at August National, he dominated it, becoming one of the youngest champions in history, and matching Tiger Woods’ record for lowest score. The 21-year-old Spieth stormed to victory despite the best efforts of seasoned veterans such as Phil Mickelson, 44, and Justin Rose, 34. According to a Free Beacon analysis, none of this bodes well for Hillary Clinton, who announced her second run for president just hours before Spieth donned the iconic green jacket.

1,461 Days of Summer

Obama laughs while thinking about the shattered dreams of soldiers (AP)

The headline was brutal. “Bam’s Golf War: Prez tees off as Foley’s parents grieve,” read the cover of Thursday’s New York Daily News. Obama’s gaffe was this: He had denounced the beheading of James Foley from a vacation spot in Martha’s Vineyard, then went to the golf course. Seems like he had a great time. Such a great time that he returned to the Farm Neck Golf Club—sorry, membership is full—the next day.

Highlights & Takeaways from THE POLITICO’s Profile of President Obama


THE POLITICO has published an epic philosophical profile of President Obama, the story of a man whose desire to assume his natural place among the global cultural elite is constantly frustrated by the fact that he is merely President of the United States (and somewhat obligated to serve out the remainder of his second term). He is quite clearly suffering from the Oval Office equivalent of Senioritis.

Read the whole thing, as it contains (probably) some of the most bizarre sentences ever written about a sitting president.

On Obama’s supreme confidence: