Monday, February 15, 2016

Snowing at

No snow day in the world:

From Andrew McCarthy, former Federal Prosecutor The Democrats’ Likely Nominee Appears to Be a Felon — This Is Not Business as Usual. But, alas, it is business as usual for the Clintons, and as long as the media abets them, they'll continue to believe they're beyond the reach of laws.

Not that it's a big secret, like nuclear codes or anything, but official State Department emails taken off Hillary's "super secret" server show Hillary anxious about Bill’s loyalty during election. Was the "during election" a necessary modifier?

Paul Roderick Gregory at Forbes wonders What If Vladimir Putin Has Hillary Clinton's Emails?. We might as well assume he does, including the 30,000 "personal" emails she tried to wipe off the server, using a damp cloth.
Consider Vladimir Putin with a full inventory of Clinton e-mails. Putin’s KGB training was in running agents, most recruited by kompromat (compromising information) that he had gathered, meaning that he would immediately have understood the possibilities. Putin’s FSB and military security experts would be told to scour the load of e-mails for operational information, names, addresses and dates. As kompromat specialists, they would look for personal Clinton material ranging from embarrassing to compromising.
I'm pretty sure she's beyond embarrassing, but having a President being blackmailed by the Kremlin is not a pleasant thought.

From the American Enterprise Institute, this factoid:  Hillary and Bernie both complain about excessive CEO pay, but the average CEO makes less than Hillary’s speaking fee.
The claim of a 300-to-1 ratio for CEO-to-worker pay made by Hillary, Bernie and the AFL-CIO gets my “Biggest Blindly Accepted Statistical Legerdemain Award.” Well no it’s actually a tie with the gender wage gap myth mentioned in the Hillary ad above and the perpetual and incessantly repeated “77 cents on the dollar” statistical falsehood.
From Althouse, who reads Maureen Dowd so you don't have to:  "And that’s always the ugly Faustian bargain with the Clintons..."
"... not only on the sex cover-ups but the money grabs: You can have our bright public service side as long as you accept our dark sketchy side. Young women today, though, are playing by a different set of rules. And they don’t like the Clintons setting themselves above the rules."

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