Some of the most hostile coverage about Hillary Clinton's emails is coming from the liberal wing of the media. The very folks the Clintonistas were counting on to protect and defend her have turned into some of her most skeptical questioners.

Some restaurants and grocery stores in Oakland's Chinatown have closed after the city's minimum wage was raised. Other small businesses there are not sure they are going to survive, since many depend on a thin profit margin and a high volume of sales.

E-mailGate proves once again that in the Clinton world all Americans are equal — but the Clintons are more equal than others.

Wisconsin recently joined 24 other states and became a “right-to-work” state. This means that Wisconsin has banned what is termed a “closed shop,” where an employee must join a union (or pay union dues even without formal union membership) if the labor union has been chosen as the agent for more than half of the employees in a particular site.

“It is only those who hope to transform human beings who end up by burning them, like the waste product of a failed experiment,” wrote Christopher Hitchens, years before ISIS released a video showing a Jordanian pilot being burned alive in a cage.

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