Category Archives: Hillary Clinton

I’m With HER, Against Hillary’s Malevolent Matriarchy

Donald Trump, Feminism, Gender, Hillary Clinton

“I’m With Her, Against Hillary’s Malevolent Matriarchy” is the NEW COLUMN, now on FrontPage Magazine. An excerpt:

In recent interviews, Donald Trump’s wife, Melania Trump, observed wryly that almost every malicious, lie-filled article about herself or he husband was written by a … female. Indeed, women seem to have a particular stake in bringing Mr. Trump down.

The contrast between Mrs. Trump and the many histrionic shrews prosecuting her husband is stark. In both her interviews with CNN’s condescending Anderson Cooper and Fox News’s Ainsley Earhardt, Mrs. Trump was the embodiment of “strength.”

When a liberal woman declares she’s a strong woman (usually uttered in a tart-like, staccato inflection), she’s using a cliché. Look at her actions. You’ll see that “strong” to liberal distaff means kicking and screaming until she brings others into compliance with her worldview and ways.

A “strong” liberal woman is one who hammers you about your obligation to fork-out for her Trojans and her Trivora. And if birth control fails our liberated libertine, then you’re on the hook for her abortions and abortifacients. And don’t dare doubt any of the intemperate charges leveled by this prototype liberal succubus against a man, any man. To doubt her is to harm her.

It was not without significance that Hillary Clinton’s first general election speech, in June, was before Planned Parenthood. At the time, media buried the story of one named Rajiv K. Fernando, who had donated to the Clinton Foundation and was given a seat as Hillary’s nuclear weapons advisor. Watching this, I was thinking endemic corruption, the $19 trillion debt, the dire jobs report, the terrifying prospect of negative interest rates and the fate of savers. But Hillary and her gyno-brigade in media and across the country were cheering for a universal right to taxpayer-paid dilation and curettage (D&C).

Melania Trump, on the other hand, is authentically strong.

In her refusal to impart salacious tell-all tidbits to interviewers, in the way she guards her privacy and that of her family; in her serene, gracious, and beautiful manners and bearing—Mrs. Trump exemplifies a European woman’s good breeding. She’s a class act. Her enemies are the cultural underclass.

Nor does Mrs. Trump display any of the histrionics about men exhibited by her American counterparts. …

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Poor Whites Will Be Further Disenfranchised Under Hillary

Affirmative Action, Constitution, Hillary Clinton, IMMIGRATION, Race, Racism

Disenfranchisement Of Poor Whites Under Hillary” is the new column, now on America’s “top source for conservative commentary.” An excerpt:

“Strengthening families” is big in Hillary Clinton’s immigration platform—not American families, but families of undocumented Democrats. To that end—and “within her first 100 days in office”—Hillary has vowed to “introduce comprehensive immigration reform with a pathway to full and equal citizenship.” These newly minted Democrats will be speedily naturalized (likely in time for Hillary’s second term). “All families” will be granted “affordable health care,” a privilege very many Americans are without.

Yet another political grant of privilege Americans don’t have, unless pigmentally endowed, is affirmative action. The throngs of immigrants and refugees—whose entry into the US Mrs. Clinton will accelerate, and whose numbers she’ll increase, should she become the next president—will benefit from affirmative action.  

Although the federal bureaucratic behemoth acts otherwise, the American Constitution “gave the government no license to set quotas for hiring personnel by private enterprise or admitting students to institutions of higher learning,” remarked Richard Pipes in “Property and Freedom: The Story of How Through The Centuries Private Ownership has Promoted Liberty and the Rule of Law” (2000). The institutionalized American quota culture has been imposed by administrative fiat, courtesy of “The Power Elite” and the engorged administrative state under which Americans labor.  

For the purposes of conferring affirmative-action privileges, civil servants have compiled over the decades an ever-accreting list of protected groups, “as distinct from whites.” In addition to blacks, the list entails mainly minorities such as Hispanics—Chileans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Dominicans, and Mexicans—Pacific Islanders, American Indians, Asian/Indians, Filipinos, Vietnamese and Cambodians.  

Affirmative action was ostensibly crafted to correct “the injustices endured by black Americans at the hands of their own government … not only during the period of slavery but also in the Jim Crow era that followed.” The policy took a very different turn, starting in 1965, “when new immigration laws dramatically altered the demographic makeup of the U.S.” In short, the policies of racial redress were extended to all “people of color,” shifting “from remediation toward discrimination, this time against whites.” 

It goes without saying that “those who came to this country in recent decades from Asia, Latin America and Africa did not suffer discrimination from our government, and in fact have frequently been the beneficiaries of special government programs,” averred Senator Jim Webb, in a 2010 Wall Street Journal article, titled “Diversity and the Myth of White Privilege.” “The same cannot be said of many hard-working white Americans, including those whose roots in America go back more than 200 years.”  …

… Read the rest. Disenfranchisement Of Poor Whites Under Hillary” is  now on 

The Truth About Trump’s ‘Nasty Woman’ Debate Quip

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton

“What a nasty woman”: That was Donald Trump interspersing a Hillary Clinton harangue with a quip, at the conclusion of the third presidential debate in Las Vegas.

The Crooked Media ran with it. There was Trump again, they ranted, being mean to a woman. Never did the media mention that Trump was retaliating to one of Clinton’s nasty little digs.

Clinton: Well, Chris, I am record as saying we need to put more money into Social Security Trust fund. That’s part of my commitment to raise taxes on the wealthy. My Social Security payroll contribution will go up as will Donald’s assuming he can’t figure out how to get out of it, but what we want to do is —

Trump: Such a nasty woman.

The fact that Trump defends himself against Hillary’s underhanded, bitchy digs is a good thing. Even more pathetic than the same media’s onslaught against his reputation was the specter of Mitt Romney beaming beatifically at his enemies. The Republican base wanted to see Romney hit back, not prostrate himself to the media.

Roundup Of The Third Presidential Debate

Constitution, Debt, Democrats, Donald Trump, Elections, Hillary Clinton, IMMIGRATION, Republicans

Good retort from Trump on trade: “I disagreed with Ronald Reagan.”

I’m being honest. Trump won the 2nd debate, not the 3rd.

Spending more doesn’t increase the deb. LOL.

Crappy Chris Wallace’s questions:

Hillary doesn’t know her ass from Aleppo:

Why didn’t Trump blurt out that Clinton Foundation rigged an election in Haiti?

Trump’s locution:

Motormouth Clinton even manages to make business look bad compared to a government job:

She killed jobs, never created em. Why didn’t he say it?


Nukes: Another missed opportunity:

If I were preparing Trump to one-two punch Hillary on her Putin prattle, I’d have told him to say, “Now there’s a conspiracy theory.”



Gun rights:

Clinton should have been nailed strongly on the Constitution as a living document.