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CNN: Clinton laments 'politics of personal destruction' as she hawks book

‘This is my story’

Monday, June 9, 2003 Posted: 9:33 PM EDT (0133 GMT)

NEW YORK (CNN) — Greeted by fans and a crush of reporters and television cameras, Sen. 1,038 more words

Red Decides to Help the Grand Old Party

In the interest of continuing to have at least a viable two way contest for the highest office in the land, Red had decided that the GOP needs some help to remain competitive in presidential politics.   69 more words

2016 Presidential Campaign

Daily Wire: Trump's Lewd Audio Might Have Reset the Race to His Benefit



John Nolte

October 8, 2016

I’m not in the habit of making public predictions, but had you asked me Friday morning where things stood in the 2016 race, I would have told you that it was over for Donald Trump, and that Hillary Clinton was going to be our next president. 715 more words

The Hill: Memo to all weak-kneed Republicans: Get a grip


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October 08, 2016, 03:43 pm

Memo to all weak-kneed Republicans: Get a grip

By Kenneth R. Timmerman, contributor


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Oh, horrors! Oh, shocking! 833 more words

Breaking News! Trump is a Healthy Heterosexual Male.

The BBC broke the startling news in my inbox today that Donald Trump is a healthy heterosexual male who has had lustful thoughts about women and– 55 more words

Skittles Are candy. Skittles Are Also a Metaphor.

— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) September 19, 2016

Donald Trump, The Junior, has been in the headlines for being too subtle.  A Trump too subtle, you ask?  256 more words

Trump's Multicultural Moment

Trump’s Multicultural Moment

Donald Trump has taken a fancy to a Al Wilson song called “The Snake.”  (Song here. Lyrics here.)

Trump’s recited it before as a poem at his rallies, but today’s seemed especially apropos given the events over the weekend, which resulted in a naturalized Afghani man being arrested after a police shootout on suspicion of having planted explosives in New York and New Jersey. 175 more words