What Is the Difference Between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush?

Well, there are many differences, of course, and few--if any--make Hillary Clinton look good. But one difference worth noting is that Jeb Bush is remarkably accessible and substantive, and Hillary Clinton is remarkably not: Howard Kurtz reported on Sunday night that the Hillary Clinton campaign has decided to open itself to more press interviews. Kurtz …

As Glenn Reynolds Would Put It, “Oh, THAT Liberal Media!”

I didn't like it when I heard that George Stephanopoulos had left politics for journalism. I figured that he was only being rewarded for his political stardom, that he wouldn't do the necessary work to transform himself into a serious journalist, and that--yes--he would use his media perch to act as a shill for the …

Why We Can’t Have Nice Things (Hillary Clinton Edition)

For those who seek to dismiss our concerns about the security of Hillary Clinton's e-mails by telling us not to worry our pretty little heads about the issue, some sobering words from someone who has forgotten more about information gathering than they will ever learn: Former Deputy CIA Director Michael Morell said that he believes some …

When in a Hole, Hillary Clinton Keeps Digging

The putative next president of the United States continues to do her best to convince us that she has no business being president: Remember how Clinton told us that she couldn't use both a state.gov e-mail address for work and a private e-mail address for personal correspondence because carrying two smartphones would be too cumbersome? …

Don’t Look Now, but Hillary Clinton’s E-Mail Scandal Just Got a Whole Lot Worse

I know, I know. You didn't think it was possible for Hillary Clinton's e-mail scandal to get any worse. And yet, here we are: Hillary Clinton wiped “clean” the private server housing emails from her tenure as secretary of state, the chairman of the House committee investigating the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi said Friday. …

Clinton Scandal Watch (A Continuing Series)

I'm waiting for Hillary Clinton to realize that she and many of those who hang around her are too ethically compromised to be allowed near the White House, and to withdraw from presidential consideration as a consequence. Until that happens, I guess that I and others will have to keep emphasizing the point that Hillary …

Ha, Ha, Ha. Funny.

Apparently, secret homebrew e-mail accounts that can be hacked, a server in your own house--where it is vulnerable to all manner of dangers--and the frustration of efforts to make the government transparent are supposed to be real knee-slappers: Hillary Clinton opened her speech to a room full of political reporters by acknowledging an awkward, if obvious, …

We Are Not Event Close to Done with the Hillary Clinton Saga

The latest news bulletins: The National Archives now want the State Department to explain how Hillary Clinton's e-mails ended up on a private server, instead of being collected by the United States government. It sounds as though the people from the National Archives are concerned that there might have been shenanigans afoot. Imagine that. Even Democrats …

The Latest in the Clinton E-mail Controversy

Behold: Hillary Clinton has a long history of frustrating efforts to promote government transparency. Read the whole thing, but here is a highlight: Remember the commodity trading, in which she somehow made $100,000 "from an initial investment of $1,000 in a matter of months for a return of almost 10,000 percent"? Clinton "threatened a campaign lawyer who …

Recent Nonsense from the Camp of the Putative Next President of the United States

Look, I really don't want to make my blog into Clinton E-mail Central, but there really cannot be enough emphasis on this story, or on the fact that Hillary Clinton has no business being the next president of the United States, and her camp has no business having any proximity whatsoever to political power. Let …