<i>She won’t have to pass herself off as 'nice' any longer — but she will have to have a good crisis manager.</i>
In the past, they’d been young, good looking, ambitious and formidably successful; the latter of the two aforementioned characteristics are now carrying Hillary Clinton — who turned 69 years old [Read more]
Who could possibly be correct in every detail when one wears his heart on his sleeve?
In the history of the United States, I don’t think there has ever been as much time and money spent on discrediting a political figure as there has been on Hillary Clinton. Twenty-five years ago, the leaders of the Republican Party, with their paid attack dogs, launched a hate campaign against Bill Clinton’s wife. [Read more]
The controversial remarks made by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, which are the first of their kind from an American presidential candidate, raise many questions and expose many secrets and truths for world and American public opinion.
They show the reality of the wickedness of American foreign [Read more]
Word has gotten around that Hillary Clinton is not popular.
It seems that Hillary Clinton is on the road to victory for winning the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, although of course this is not a settled issue. There may be something unforeseeable down the road that we can't yet take into account. I say this on the basis of Clinton's victory in the debate with her [Read more]
Nothing sticks to Teflon Clinton.
The Republican candidates for the White House were hoping for a slip-up from Hillary Clinton. They had been warned: Destabilizing the likely Democratic candidate for the 2016 presidential election will not be easy. This includes trying to destabilize her in relation to the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, [Read more]
The Gowdy committee has gobbled up as much as $4.5 million of taxpayers' money, a rather hearty sum given the Republican ideology resting on a deep disdain for the federal government.
<i>I called her America’s Tin Woman. That was in April, when she had just announced her candidacy. At the beginning of next year, she will be the Democratic Party’s candidate for the presidency of the United States.</i>
Inside her party, she has no competition. Unfortunately, I can’t find a Republican who [Read more]