Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has said some pretty audacious things, but Monday night during an MSNBC town hall she told host Chris Matthews that “We didn't lose a single person” in Libya. While it is understandable that the former secretary of state would like to forget Benghazi, it is beyond the reach of reason that she has actually done so.
While Hillary Clinton will almost certainly be the Democratic nominee in July, the current state of the Republican primaries could lead to a brokered convention in Cleveland.
As disgusting as the Army's latest politically correct "training sessions" in so-called White Privilege are, the politicization of the American military is nothing new.
Senator Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) threw his support behind a Long Island community's application for a $1 million federal grant to build a beer "incubator" for microbrewers.
Despite promising to preside over the "most transparent government in history," President Obama keeps acts of his administration well hidden.
Regardless of one's views about Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, all Americans should be concerned that a major political candidate has been denied the right to speak at his own political rally, by an organized group of leftists determined to shut down views they don't like.
Hillary Clinton seems to believe she is beyond the reach of both the law and logic. After recent reports that her private, unsecured server was found to have held at least 2,079 classified e-mails, she maintains her Teflon demeanor. When asked during the eighth Democratic debate in Miami if she would drop out of the race if indicted, Mrs. Clinton took the bold tack of simply refusing to answer the question.
During the Republican presidential debate in Miami on March 10, the candidates were more civil than in the previous debate and spoke more about matters of substance, such as trade and Social Security.
Reports indicate that the Obama administration, labor unions, and George-Soros linked non-governmental organizations are encouraging legal aliens to become naturalized citizens ahead of the elections. The agenda behind the push appears to be to defeat Republican front-runner Donald Trump.