John Sexton

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Hillary's Authenticity Problem Could Cost Democrats the Election

A new conventional wisdom is forming which says Democrat's gaffes don't matter because they aren't connected to (bad) Republican policies. There's a grain of truth to this argument and yet it misses the big picture. Hillary's policy positions won't be able to save her from her own serious flaws as a candidate. Jul 4, 2014 11:56 AM PT

With Hobby Lobby Reaction the Hillary Clown Show Rolls On

Apparently Hillary has lost her edge since the days when she was defending child rapists from jail. Back then she was able to discern her client's obvious guilt. Today she's apparently no longer able to see the truth even after reading the Supreme Court's decision which spells it out in detail. Jul 2, 2014 1:03 PM PT

Rep. Chaffetz on Missing IRS Emails: 'Bring in the geeks and the nerds.'

Thursday Rep. Jason Chaffetz appeared on Sean Hannity's TV show to discuss recent developments in the IRS scandal. As part of that discussion, Hannity once again highlighted video of Lois Lerner discussing pressure on the IRS in 2010 which was first brought to light at Breitbart News. Jun 20, 2014 5:13 PM PT

Defense of Child Rapist Is Hillary's Seamus the Dog Story

In a presidential campaign the candidate's biography is everything. That's why the media pushed a three decade old story about Mitt Romney's dog at every opportunity. It's why they have no excuse but to give Hillary Clinton's defense of a 41-year-old man who raped a 12-year-old girl the same attention. Jun 20, 2014 1:01 PM PT

How 'Ugly' Remarks Become Insightful When Applied to Conservatives

After Dana Milbank embarrassed himself earlier this week by dishonestly misrepresenting what transpired at an event held at the Heritage foundation, the New Republic's Brian Beutler rushed to Milbank's defense. Though Beutler wasn't at the event, he argued that the video didn't do justice to the "verbal abuse heaped on a woman" who asked a question at the event. Jun 19, 2014 12:10 PM PT

Canada Approves New Pipeline to Pacific Coast

Canada's government has approved the creation of a new pipeline which could move tar sands oil to Asian markets. The pipeline, if built, could replace a significant portion of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline's capacity in case it is not approved by the Obama administration. Jun 18, 2014 2:46 PM PT

More IRS Emails Go Missing

Yesterday Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp revealed that Lois Lerner is not the only person involved in the improper targeting of conservative groups whose emails have gone missing. Jun 18, 2014 9:53 AM PT


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