Does it seem a tad bit hypocritical that Scott Gration lost his job as Ambassador to Kenya for the same offense that Hillary Clinton says is irrelevant in her quest for the White House?

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The name Hillary Rodham Clinton engenders waves of revulsion in the typical conservative.

The root cause of this animus isn’t partisan politics; it is phoniness. Ms. Clinton drips with insincerity.

When God handed out the integrity gene, He seems to have bypassed the Clintons. To conservatives, it is clear that Hillary Clinton (and her husband, too) are in politics to serve themselves, not the greater good. Their passion for power trumps the public desire for a more perfect union.

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Susan Rice’s latest foray into disingenuousness came on Charlie Rose’s show, where she proclaimed that John Boehner was being ‘partisan’ when he invited the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netenyahu, to speak before Congress. As columnist Star Parker put it,

“[that’s] like saying that accepting an invitation from the president for a meeting in the White House is partisan because Barack Obama is a Democrat.”

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By Tom Quiner As our Ambassador died at the hands of terrorists in Benghazi, our president’s behavior was odd. He told us the uprising in Benghazi was spontaneous, caused by an anti Islam, American-produced film called “The Innocence of Muslims.” He asked YouTube to “review” the film to be sure it wasn’t violating their user…

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The anchor [Diane Sawyer] continued pressing, asking Clinton whether the people might be seeking from her a “sentence that begins from you ‘I should have…’?” Clinton sort of ducked that one. The accountability-heavy moment came when Sawyer’s slow and steady line of questioning on Benghazi security prompted Clinton to utter this self-contradictory and sure-to-be-repeated statement: “I take responsibility, but I was not making security decisions.”

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By Tom Quiner “If you like your current health insurance plan, you can keep it.” How many times did candidate and president Barack Obama say that his plan, Obamacare, wouldn’t affect your current health insurance coverage? Who can count that high? Even more, he promised to lower our insurance premiums by $2500 per year by…

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