America’s most pressing problems—our coarse, decadent culture. A shocking example of where we’re headed is on display at the Guggenheim Museum—a solid-gold toilet titled “America.”
blurb teaser: After Hillary collapsed with what her doctor said was pneumonia, Bill Clinton urged her to check into a hospital. She refused, arguing that if word leaked out that she had to go to the hospital, it would do irreparable damage to her presidential campaign.
Once upon a time, Hillary convinced Huma Abedin to stick with her psychologically disturbed husband, Anthony Weiner. Hillary even had a job in mind for him in a future Clinton administration. But with less than 70 days to go to the presidential election, Weiner texted one too many explicit photos and had to go.
FBI Director James Comey gave Hillary Clinton a pass on her email scandal, but another prosecutor has her in his sights. Crusading U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara is investigating Hillary’s pay-to-play connection with the Clinton Foundation.
Hillary may have ducked the FBI bullet on her emails, but she’s not out of the woods. The FBI is conducting a full-scale investigation into whether she did favors for foreign donors to the Clinton Foundation while she was secretary of state.
Mike Pence doesn’t do negative campaigning, which is the traditional role of a vice presidential candidate. But that doesn’t bother Donald Trump, who relishes the idea of taking on Hillary himself.
Until last night, Melania Trump was best known as a former model with her own va-va-voom style. But with her speech to the Republican Convention last night she proved she’s a strong-minded woman and not a trophy wife.
Early in her tenure as secretary of state, Hillary was warned by Valerie Jarrett to stop using an unsecure personal email system to send and receive classified material. Hillary ignored her—and now FBI Director James Comey says Hillary didn’t intend any harm.
FBI Director Comey gave Hillary a Get Out of Jail Free card, but she would have been better off if her case had gone to trial. Her Murder’s Row of lawyers would have drawn out the legal battle while she protested her innocence.
Oprah’s endorsement of Barack Obama in his 2008 primary battle against Hillary Clinton was worth a million votes and put him over the top. It’s unlikely that her endorsement will do the same for Hillary in 2016.