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October 13, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — The ongoing WikiLeaks dump of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta's emails has exposed the corruption and cronyism of her campaign and time in office. Everyday there are more revelations of wrongdoing, so much so, it's hard to keep up with. So here's the top 10 double-dealing, dishonest discoveries uncovered thus far.... (more)

October 13, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Donald Trump's campaign was drafting a defamation lawsuit against the New York Times late Wednesday night, hours after the news organization published a story in which two women accused the Republican presidential nominee of sexual assault, sources confirmed to the Washington Examiner.... (more)

October 13, 2016
MICHAEL BARONE — "It is so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to," Donald Trump tweeted at the reasonable hour of 10 a.m. on Tuesday. Shackles? There were no visible shackles on Donald Trump when... (more)

October 13, 2016
NATIONAL REVIEW — Since the moment former CIA counterterrorism officer and House GOP staffer Evan McMullin jumped into the presidential race, he's been ignored, mocked, and dismissed. Few pollsters even bother to list him as an option in their surveys of the race. He's nowhere near the 15 percent threshold to qualify for the debates. CNN hosted prime-time candidate forums for Gary Johnson and Jill Stein and their running mates, but not for McMullin and his running mate, Mindy Finn.... (more)

October 13, 2016
BOB UNRUH — Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, ordered suspended for the remainder of his elected term in a move that critics have condemned as extralegal, isn't going away quietly. He's not only filed an appeal of the ruling from the Court of the Judiciary, he's also asking that four justices on the current state Supreme Court and three former justices be disqualified from hearing his arguments.... (more)

October 13, 2016
BILL FEDERER — Known as "The Iron Lady" for her stand against communism, Margaret Thatcher was born Oct. 13, 1925. She became the first woman prime minister of the United Kingdom at a time when England's government was facing bankruptcy, unemployment was on the rise, and there were conflicts with labor unions. Margaret Thatcher successfully turned the country around by cutting social welfare programs, reducing trade union power and privatizing several industries.... (more)

October 13, 2016
BOB UNRUH — Two companies that for years bought baby body parts from Planned Parenthood in Orange County now are facing a criminal lawsuit by the district attorney, according to multiple reports. The companies were identified as DaVinci Biosciences and DV Biologics.... (more)

October 13, 2016
NEWSMAX — Iraqi tyrant Saddam Hussein had a jail and torture chamber built in the basement of the country's mission on the toney Upper East Side in Manhattan -- across the street from billionaire former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the New York Post reported.... (more)

October 12, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID — One of the advantages of having a smart TV is that you can bypass the dumb cable channels, particularly CNN. A smart TV gives you direct access to YouTube channels like Right Side Broadcasting, which covers the Donald J. Trump rallies without commercial interference and endless commentary from liberal talking heads. The crowd at the rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on Monday night broke into cries of "CNN Sucks" when the candidate referred to the channel's disgraceful coverage of the campaign.... (more)

October 12, 2016
RICH LOWRY — Less than a month before the election, the Republican speaker of the House says he won't defend or campaign with his party's presidential nominee. The nominee has responded by slamming the speaker on Twitter, and his campaign manager is accusing some (unnamed) elected Republicans of sexual harassment against her.... (more)

October 12, 2016
FOX NEWS — Republicans accused the Hillary Clinton campaign and Obama Justice Department of "collusion" on Tuesday after an email surfaced from the latest WikiLeaks document dump indicating the Clinton camp got a heads-up from the DOJ about one of the former secretary of state's court cases.... (more)

October 12, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Hillary Clinton increased her lead over Donald Trump to 8 points following Sunday night's presidential debate, according to a Reuters/IPSOS poll released Tuesday evening.... (more)

October 12, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — It's Vladimir Putin's world, and we're just living in it. In the past week or so alone, Mr. Putin's Russia has pulled out of two nuclear treaties, threatened to shoot down American jets in the Middle East, moved its navy into the Mediterranean, and issued a list of outrageous demands to President Obama.... (more)

October 12, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — In a setback for President Obama, a federal appeals court curtailed the power of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, ruling Tuesday that the agency championed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts violated the Constitution with a structure that gives too much unelected authority to its sole director.... (more)

October 11, 2016
DAVID FRENCH — Way back in March, my colleague Jonah Goldberg offered the perfect description of the way Trump's endorsers become corrupted: It's the invasion of the body snatchers. They've been taken over by a hostile organism. Sure, they look the same, but, in Jonah's words, "They're different, somehow. They talk funny. They don't care about the same things they used to."... (more)

October 11, 2016
NEWSMAX — On the heels of a damning tape recording in which Donald Trump made lewd comments about women, Hillary Clinton has soared to a 14-point national lead in a two-way matchup, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Monday.... (more)

October 11, 2016
THE GUARDIAN — Polls normally do pretty well to get a thousand respondents, but the poll I'm looking at about the second presidential debate has received a total of 907,211 responses, 68% of whom said that Trump "won" the night. Sounds solid, right? Not so fast -- there are about 907,211 reasons to dismiss this online poll as garbage.... (more)

October 11, 2016
NATIONAL REVIEW — This city's professional football team relocated to Los Angeles in the offseason, but for one Sunday this fall, its residents had front-row seats to a different kind of contact sport. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump came to Washington University for the second of three presidential debates, and the hostility inside the hall was palpable from the outset.... (more)

October 11, 2016
DAILY CALLER — Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sent an email to her campaign chairman John Podesta in 2014, who was then-counselor to President Barack Obama, that said Saudi Arabia and Qatar are both giving financial and logistical support to the Islamic State and other extremist Sunni groups, according to a recent Wikileaks release.... (more)

October 10, 2016
ALAN KEYES — Late last night, I read the article "The logic behind Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation," in which Bill Federer recounts interesting details of the interplay of war and political perception that made that Proclamation one of the Civil War's most decisive events.... (more)

October 10, 2016
DAN POPP — We're taught that there may be a price for holding principles. Integrity could cost us our friends, our possessions, even our life. But there's also a price for abandoning principle. And that price is much higher.... (more)

October 10, 2016
POLITICO — It was the ugliest debate in American history. For 90 minutes, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton called each other liars, untrustworthy and unfit for office as they sparred not so much about their policy differences as their basic character.... (more)

October 10, 2016
CBS NEWS — It looked like a scene straight out of "Westworld," but it was the second presidential debate of the 2016 election. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was mid-sentence when a black fly landed on her forehead, square between the eyes. Clinton, for her part, continued with what she was saying, seemingly unfazed by the unexpected visitor. However, the insect's sudden appearance got us thinking.... (more)

October 10, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Utah Sen. Mike Lee made a personal appeal to Donald Trump to quit the presidential race Sunday, saying the New York real estate mogul can still secure a lasting "legacy" in the hearts and minds of the people by sacrificing his self-interest for the good of the country.... (more)

October 9, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Deseret News has sat on the sidelines of presidential politics for the last 80 years, but now it thinks it's time for Republican nominee to go. The Utah-based newspaper, which is published by and is to a certain extent a mouthpiece of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, laid out its reasoning in an editorial Saturday.... (more)


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