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  • Hillary Clinton quietly, very quietly, wraps up her book tour

    12/16/2017 5:23:13 AM PST · by x1stcav · 64 replies
    Biz Pac Review ^ | 12/16/17 | Tom Tillison
    Failed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton quietly wrapped up what has proved to be a very quiet book tour on Friday. That Clinton, who’s still trying to figure out what happened in November, concluded the tour in liberal Seattle, Washington seemed only fitting.
  • AVALANCHE: Democratic Senators Turn on Al Franken After Latest Allegations

    12/06/2017 9:08:23 AM PST · by mandaladon · 65 replies
    Mediaite ^ | 6 Dec 2017 | Josh Feldman
    Six senators on Wednesday called on fellow Democrat Al Franken to resign, in a jaw-dropping avalanche of statements addressing the latest allegations against the Minnesota senator. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, kicked things off, publishing a post on Facebook aptly titled “Senator Franken Should Step Aside” (read here). Democratic Sens. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, Patty Murray of Washington and Kamala Harris of California all followed suit. This comes on the heels of yet another woman coming forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against Franken, which he has denied as “categorically not true.” Gillibrand’s...
  • 23(!) Democratic senators now calling for Franken to resign.

    12/06/2017 11:15:32 AM PST · by Simon Green · 96 replies
    CNN ^ | 12/06/17 | CNN
    Embattled Sen. Al Franken will make an announcement Thursday, his office told reporters, as calls for the Minnesota Democrat's resignation rapidly gained momentum Wednesday in dramatic fashion. Twenty-three Democratic senators -- twelve female and eleven male including the second-ranking Democrat in chamber -- called on Franken to resign as allegations of sexual harassment against him continue to mount. Republican Sen. Susan Collins also called on Franken to quit.
  • McCain to Clinton: Get over it already

    11/27/2017 8:21:40 AM PST · by EdnaMode · 56 replies
    New York Post ^ | November 27, 2017 | Mark Moore
    Sen. John McCain said Hillary Clinton erred in writing her account of the 2016 presidential race so quickly and noted her problem is that “she doesn’t have anything to do.” “One of the almost irresistible impulses you have when you lose is to somehow justify why you lost and how you were mistreated: ‘I did the right thing! I did!’ The hardest thing to do is to just shut up,” the Arizona Republican told Esquire magazine in an interview published Sunday. McCain, who announced last month that his memoir “The Restless Wave” will come out in April and cover parts...
  • Trump: 'Hillary, get on with your life'

    11/18/2017 10:05:15 AM PST · by simpson96 · 35 replies
    Yahoo News ^ | 11/18/2017 | Colin Campbell
    President Trump on Saturday returned to attacking his favorite target: Hillary Clinton, the election foe he vanquished more than a year ago. “Crooked Hillary Clinton is the worst (and biggest) loser of all time,” the commander in chief tweeted. Trump continued: “She just can’t stop, which is so good for the Republican Party. Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!” It wasn’t clear what, exactly, Trump was responding to. But Clinton recently suggested to Mother Jones that Russian government interference undermined the “legitimacy” of Trump’s win. “There are lots of questions about its...
  • Hillary: "I'm Still Ready" to be President

    11/02/2017 5:41:56 AM PDT · by governsleastgovernsbest · 82 replies
    FinkelBlog ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    Halloween is over, but Hillary is still out there scaring America. Appearing on Trevor Noah’s show last night, Hillary told Noah, “I’m still ready” to be president. Her line came in response to a blooper roll Noah ran in which a number of people, including Sean Hannity, mistakenly alluded to Hillary as president. View the video and get the rest of the story here.
  • US immigration population hits record 60 million, 1-of-5 in nation

    10/16/2017 6:43:45 AM PDT · by huldah1776 · 38 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | 10/16/2017 | Paul Bedard
    A huge boom in immigration, legal and illegal, over the past 16 years has jumped the immigrant population to over 43 million in the United States, according to a new report. And when their U.S.-born children are added, the number grows to over 60 million, making the immigrant community nearly one-fifth of the nation's population, according to federal statistics reviewed by the Center for Immigration Studies. snip The new report does not break down the percentage of legal and illegal immigrants in the U.S., although there are an estimated 12 million undocumented aliens in the country. It found that since...
  • Nancy Pelosi's team rejects 'craven' call for her to quit

    10/09/2017 9:23:42 AM PDT · by ItsOnlyDaryl · 26 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 10.5.17 | Susan Ferrechio
    A top Democratic aide warned Thursday that Rep. Linda Sanchez's call for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and her deputies to step aside would antagonize the Congressional Hispanic and Black Caucuses.
  • It's time for Mitch McConnell to go

    09/28/2017 1:51:57 PM PDT · by cotton1706 · 16 replies
    chicagotribune.com ^ | 9/28/17 | Erick Erickson
    Until morale improves, the primary challenges against establishment Republicans from upstart conservatives will continue. And morale will not improve until Republicans replace Mitch McConnell as Senate majority leader. Make no mistake, Tuesday's Republican Senate primary in Alabama centered on McConnell's failures. Stephen Bannon, on television before Roy Moore's victory, declared McConnell guilty of "economic hate crimes" against the middle class. There is delightful timing in Moore winning his primary battle against the McConnell-funded Sen. Luther Strange on the very day that McConnell surrendered in the health-care fight. Since becoming majority leader, McConnell, Ky., has repeatedly sided with more moderate and...
  • 'BURN THE NFL': Americans are destroying football jerseys after players kneel in Protest

    09/26/2017 2:06:32 AM PDT · by 11th_VA · 51 replies
    businessinsider.com ^ | Sept 25, 2017 | Kate Taylor
    Some football fans are raging against players' decision to demonstrate during the national anthem. After more than a year of Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players sitting and kneeling during the national anthem, the controversy over their protests has reached a tipping point. More players than ever before knelt or sat during the anthem on Sunday, after Trump argued that those who did so should be suspended or fired. On Friday, Trump said: "Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, 'Get that son of a b---- off the field right...
  • Hillary Clinton 3.0 isn’t helping the Democrats move on

    09/21/2017 1:16:00 PM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 33 replies
    Washington Post ^ | September 21, 2017 | by Ed Rogers
    I thought I would avoid having anything to say about Hillary Clinton’s latest book. I thought the book, “What Happened,” was meant to be some sort of cathartic Hillary Clinton 3.0 end of the story. I thought it would be accompanied by a graceful farewell tour. I forgot: The Clintons don’t do graceful, and they certainly don’t do farewells. Instead, Clinton is thrashing around in front of the faithful, having pity parties and making news that has caught the attention of Republicans everywhere. Incredibly, Clinton herself declares that she is anything but done. She isn’t on a farewell tour or...
  • Defiant Hillary To Dems: 'I'm Not Going Anywhere'

    09/14/2017 1:33:35 PM PDT · by Zakeet · 67 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | September 12, 2017 | Peter Hasson
    Former secretary of state and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has a message for Democrats who want her to fade into the background: she's not going anywhere. Clinton made that clear in an interview promoting her book with NPR's Rachel Martin, who asked Clinton if she has "reconciled that, that people might not want you around as the party steps forward?" "Well, they don't have to buy my book, and they can turn off the radio when they hear me talking. I'm not going anywhere," Clinton said. "I have the experience, I have the insight, I have the scars that...
  • Hillary, won’t you please go now?

    09/13/2017 6:55:47 PM PDT · by EdnaMode · 47 replies
    The Blade ^ | September 12, 2017
    Well, Hillary Rodham Clinton is publishing a book called What Happened. It’s not called What Happened? and that’s too bad because that seems more like what the former secretary of state, first lady, and senator would like to call it. Maybe even What the hell happened? Or something stronger. Or perhaps, most apt of all How could this happen? That’s really the question Mrs. Clinton has been asking since the election. Over, and over, and over again. It just wasn’t supposed to occur. Her defeat was supposed to be politically and numerically impossible. How could a political amateur, and someone...
  • Clinton: 'I Am Done With Being a Candidate'

    09/10/2017 9:01:20 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 79 replies
    Washington Free Beacon ^ | September 10 2017 | David Rutz
    Hillary Clinton said in an interview airing Sunday that her career as a political candidate is over, adding she was not finished with politics because "our country's future is at stake." In an interview on the CBS program "Sunday Morning," Clinton declared she would remain active but that she was "done with being a candidate." "Is your political career over?" CBS anchor Jane Pauley asked. "Yes. As an active politician, it's over," Clinton said. "You will never be a candidate for office—" Pauley started. "I am done with being a candidate, but I am not done with politics, because I...
  • Poll: GOP voters not enthused by Mitch McConnell as majority leader

    09/06/2017 1:59:07 PM PDT · by cotton1706 · 10 replies
    politico.com ^ | 9/6/17 | ZACH MONTELLARO
    A slim plurality of Republican voters are less likely to support their member of Congress if they backed Mitch McConnell to remain on as majority leader, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll. The poll, which was conducted Aug. 31 to Sept. 3, found that just 28 percent of Republican voters surveyed said they’d be more likely to vote for a member of Congress that supported McConnell.
  • John McCain slams Trump in Italy, recommits to America's role in world

    09/02/2017 12:34:41 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 104 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | Sep 2, 2017, 2:42 PM | Robert King
    Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said that America is still committed to traditional alliances and values, despite doubts that have emerged due to the "actions and statements of our president." McCain said in remarks Saturday at the Ambrosetti Forum, a major economic and policy conference, that he realizes that he comes to Italy "at a time when many are questioning whether America is still committed to remaining engaged in the world, to upholding our traditional alliances and standing up for the values we share." Resilience Ep 26 | Rosy and Donna Khalife, Co-Founders Surprise Ride Watch Full Screen "It is true...
  • Democrat Debbie’s Stunning Fall From Power. Dems Want Her to “Go Away” (she's political poison)

    08/12/2017 5:49:27 AM PDT · by Liz · 81 replies
    independentsentinel.com ^ | Aug 11, 2017 | S. Noble
    EXCERPT--- There is no place for Debbie Wasserman Schultz in House leadership or statewide office amid stories about the infamous Pakistani IT clan. More egregiously, she won’t explain why she kept Imran Awan on her payroll six months after she was told about the investigation into him, his family, and friends. She finally fired the grossly overpaid tech July 25, just one day after authorities arrested him on a seemingly unrelated mortgage fraud charge. Dems don’t understand D/W/S's puzzling statements and political missteps....claiming she was a victim of “right wing media” and Awan was a victim of Islamophobia. “We wish...
  • Reagan Campaign Director Says Mitch McConnell Should Step Down: “It’s Time for Change” (VIDEO)

    08/08/2017 6:15:57 PM PDT · by gubamyster · 36 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 08/08/2017 | Jim Hoff
    Tonight Ed Rollins, the Reagan campaign director in 1984, said it was time for Mitch McConnell to step down as Majority leader. Ed Rollins: I thought it was pretty outrageous. He better look in the mirror.. As I said before was fairly good defensive person stopping things. He certainly isn’t very good at offense… It’s time for change. There are several other members of the he 52 who can step forward. I think he’s tired.
  • Ditch Mitch

    07/29/2017 2:47:43 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 22 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | July 29, 2017 | Jeff Crouere
    Yesterday morning, the rationale for why conservatives across the country should support Republican Party candidates and enable the GOP to control Congress was completely shattered. By losing a 49-51 vote, the Republican led U.S. Senate failed a pass a “skinny” repeal of Obamacare, condemning the nation to more suffering from the horrors of socialized medicine. It was a stunning failure for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), who was tasked with crafting legislation that would attract at least 50 Republican votes. In the end, McConnell was only able to muster 49 Republican votes, so the reform measure failed. Three turncoat...
  • Trump tells reporter to be "quiet"

    07/24/2017 9:18:51 PM PDT · by Trump_vs_Evil_Witch · 29 replies
    MSN ^ | 7-24-2017 | hateful AP globalist hack
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump told a reporter asking questions Monday to be "quiet." A White House reporter called out questions as Trump posed for photographs with interns in the East Room. Asked if Attorney General Jeff Sessions should resign, Trump rolled his eyes. When the reporter asked the president if he had a message on health care, Trump said "quiet." The president then told the interns that the reporter "was not supposed to do that" and was "breaking a code."