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Granny Clinton Campaign Attacks Benghazi Committee: “How long will Republicans keep spending tax dollars on this political charade?”

Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., eyes her shot of Crown Royal with Bronko's owner Nick Tarailo, right, as she stops at the bar during a campaign stop at Bronko's restaurant in Crown Point, Ind., on Saturday, April 12, 2008. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Simple answer: Until you come clean, Grandma. You can smell the fear and paranoia. The House Select Committee on Benghazi is a “charade,” Hillary Clinton’s campaign charges in a new video blasting the committee for wasting taxpayer money on politics. … Continued

The Dolezal Crazy Trains Derails: ‘There’s been no biological proof that Larry and Ruthanne are my biological parents’


Well, obviously some white people are her biological parents, since she’s white. But this freak just keeps digging a deeper hole, thanks to an oddly fawning media. Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP President of the Spokane, Wash., chapter, told NBC’s … Continued

NY Times: ‘Right-wing, anti-government extremism is the leading source of ideological violence in America’


Let’s just completely ignore the constant threat of Islamist terror and the leftwing street marauders rioting around the country. We’ve got the New York Times helpfully cherry-picking and twisting some statistics to help pretend there’s some right-wing plot to undermine … Continued

WaPo Slobbers Over Benghazi ‘Survivor’ Hillary Clinton: ‘Well, what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger’


After reading this grossly fawning “profile” of Granny Clinton we’re left wondering how much the Clinton Foundation donated to the Washington Post. It’s a sure sign of desperation by her media handlers that such fetid piece of revisionist history is … Continued

How’s That Hope and Change Working Out? “We got the president his job. But did he help us get any good jobs? I still need a raise”


Hey, so Obama screwed you over. So vote for Grandma Clinton. That should do the trick. During those two electric Novembers, the chance to elect a black president, and then keep him in office, seized Regenia Motley’s neighborhood. Nightclubs were … Continued