Hillary in 2016? Not so fast

It was not such a long time ago that former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton was viewed by the Democratic poobahs and her worshiping public minions as a shoe-in for the

Leon Panetta. What did he know and when did he know it. He’s not telling.

With his book, Worthy Fights, just out on the book stands, and now making the round of the talk show circuits, Leon Panetta’s comment made this morning to Andrea Mitchell on MSNBC caught my

Benghazi – now the loony-tunes are in spin mode

Just when you think the Administration and its acolytes’ spin can’t get any crazier, out comes Eleanor Clift on the May 10 McLaughlin Report, with her take on the death of Ambassador Stevens.  

Morning Coffee Break: John Kerry’s take on religion, more Trey, Rutgers cowardice, Benghazi continues

Notable and quotable as ever, John Kerry, never knows when it’s better to remain silent.  Trey Gowdy’s in the disparaging, name-calling spotlight.  Rutgers actions speak louder than words.  And Benghazi-gate continues its drip, drip,

Has Obama’s Watergate Begun? Rep. Trey Gowdy to head the House Select Committee on Benghazi

House Speaker John Boehner finally found some backbone, although we sure had to wait awhile for him to find it. His appointment of Rep. Trey Gowdy to lead the House Select Committee investigating

Morning Coffee Break: WHCD, the Obama (non)Doctrine, Hillary’s Waterloo a.k.a. Benghazi, Climate Change in Africa, and one snarky “dude”

We’re back after a too-long hiatus.  Taking on mostly foreign policy this morning. The afterglow that never was.  The White House Correspondents Dinner, almost an oxymoron given that objective, hard news reporting has been replaced by

Could a Cairo-style uprising happen in the US?

While watching the live news feeds from the streets of Cairo where an estimated 20 million Egyptians turned out to encourage their Army’s coup removing President Morsi from office, I began wondering what would

What if 20 million Americans took to the streets in protest

While watching the live feed from Cairo yesterday it got me thinking, what if 20 million Americans came out into the streets of its major cities, or in the capital, to protest Obamacare, IRS

Abuse of Power. Dereliction of Duty. If the Shoe Fits, Wear it, Mr. President

What do you think Americans would say if they learned that while Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty were fighting for their lives atop the US Consulate in Benghazi, that their President was on the

Washington moves on, while America’s enemies watch, wait, and learn

Dana Milbank’s column in Wednesday’s Washington Post discusses the muted response of the pols to the Boston Marathon bombing, and how the conversation on both the House and Senate floors now moves on and back to