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A Vote for Hillary is a Vote For 'This Is How It Ought to Be.'

nationalreview.com — Michael Gerson points out that Hillary Clinton is indeed running on a big issue: A declaration that the ethical standards for openness, honesty, and financial self-interest for our elected leaders are way too high, and it is time she and the people around her be enabled to pursue what they want, when they want, however they want, with no disclosure whatsoever.

Freedom of Thought Ain’t Free

nationalreview.com — Unlike certain other publications, National Review has no wealthy corporate siblings to mooch off of. Look, let's get this out of the way. You don't like reading these requests for donations, and I don't like writing them. If they weren't necessary, we wouldn't do them.

Rick Perry to Announce 'Future Intentions' on June 4

nationalreview.com — Former Texas Governor Rick Perry will make "a special announcement regarding his future intentions" Thursday, June 4, at Addison Airport, about fifteen minutes from downtown Dallas. RickPAC helpfully informs the media, "Satellite truck parking available on a first come, first served basis."

A Trip Down Memory Lane with the Clintons' Sleazeball Extraordinaire

nationalreview.com — Which is more shocking - that Hillary Clinton used an unsecured, private e-mail system to get alleged "intelligence" about Libya's political leaders and the Benghazi attack, or that her primary source was the one man the Obama team deemed too dishonest and unethical to work in the State Department?

A Trip Down Memory Lane with the Clintons' Scumbag Extraordinaire

nationalreview.com — Which is more shocking - that Hillary Clinton used an unsecured, private e-mail system to get alleged "intelligence" about Libya's political leaders and the Benghazi attack, or that her primary source was the one man the Obama team deemed too dishonest and unethical to work in the State Department?

Sid Blumenthal Does Benghazi!

nationalreview.com — How the most notorious Clinton flak of them all helped Hillary spin the murder of a U.S. ambassador in Libya. It's a scenario too weird and twisted even for one of Christopher Buckley's satirical novels: Sid Blumenthal, a lifelong political hatchet-man considered too nasty and dishonest to work in the State Department by President Obama's staff, ended up advising Hillary Clinton on Libya and shaping her public characterization of the Benghazi attack.

Mike Huckabee Says He's Skipping the Iowa Straw Poll

nationalreview.com — Mike Huckabee, in the Des Moines Register this morning: After consulting with many of our Iowa volunteers and supporters, as well as key activists whose opinion we value, I have decided to forgo taking part in the Iowa straw poll - or any other straw poll - and will instead focus our campaign's attention and resources on the Iowa caucuses.

Fox News Limits First GOP Debates to Top Ten Candidates, CNN to Split Debates

nationalreview.com — If you think the Republican National Committee is going to object to some big names being left off the stage, think again. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said today, "We support and respect the decision Fox has made which will match the greatest number of candidates we have ever had on a debate stage."

Fox News, CNN Limit First GOP Debates to Top Ten Candidates

nationalreview.com — Fox News Channel aims to limit to participation in the August 6 debate in Cleveland to the 10 candidates highest in the polls, "in an average of the five most recent national polls in the run-up to the event." (I wonder if you'll see a lot of national polls conducted in that final week.)

Fox News Limits First GOP Debate to Top Ten Candidates

nationalreview.com — If you think the Republican National Committee is going to object to some big names being left off the stage, think again. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said today, "We support and respect the decision Fox has made which will match the greatest number of candidates we have ever had on a debate stage."
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May 23, 2015

A Hillary Presidency would likely be awful, but at least at the end of it we could all forget about it when all the records get erased.

May 23, 2015

RT @PatrickRuffini: So who do we think is behind that street art against Wheeler, Clinton, and now Stephanopoulos? twitter.com/redalert/statu…

May 23, 2015

RT @ByronYork: Hillary made paper copy of emails she deemed relevant to State Dept, then destroyed *everything*.

May 23, 2015

RT @NickInNC: @BiasedGirl @jimgeraghty Someone suggested Social Justice Bully instead of SJW. They don't want a fight, they just beat ppl up. #TJAMS

May 23, 2015

RT @Slvrbolt: @JonahNRO Also, love the off the cuff nature of The G File, whether funny or serious. That and the Jolt by @jimgeraghty are appt reading.

May 23, 2015

RT @laurakfillault: Support National Review today b/c, as @jimgeraghty points out: Freedom of Thought Ain't Free bit.ly/1Bf3DT8

May 22, 2015

There are no giant profits from the National Review Movie Studio or TV Network to divert when NRO needs $. bit.ly/1Q0YJzY

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