Susan Bordo explains how Hillary was wronged, and what led to Bernie’s millennial appeal.
Hillary Clinton might be president right now if Anthony Weiner had listened to Sydney Leathers. Yes, that is a real sentence.
The Israeli-born “Power Rangers” billionaire hosted Clinton, as well as donors and California politicians. They discussed plans for Clinton’s new PAC.
FBI director James Comey said at a Senate hearing that Clinton emails were forwarded by Huma Abedin to estranged husband Anthony Weiner.
Ted Nugent, whose anti-Semitic Facebook post last year drew broad criticism, visited the White House Wednesday night as a guest of President Trump.
The Clinton campaign almost used Anthony Weiner as a Donald Trump stand-in during her debate prep last fall.
Sanders refused to say “I’m with her” on a Clinton presidential election ad, which was never used anyway because his endorsement seemed so tepid.
The hypocrisy of the first lady and the first daughter — let’s call them the colluders in chief — is so shameless, so blatantly out in the bright white light, as to almost escape notice.
Saul Alinsky’s name has been thrown around a lot recently. Who is he, what did he do, and why are people so afraid of him?
The sting of being shouted down as subhuman is not unique to a particular religion or political party. Certainly as a Jew born in the 20th century the notion of being dehumanized and threatened based on a rigid self-serving philosophy is something that resonates with me deeply.