How ’bout that? Hillary Clinton’s son-in-law shuts down hedge fund a month after she loses presidential election!

From Bloomberg: Chelsea Clinton’s Husband Closes His Hedge Fund by Saijel Kishan | February 8, 2017, 9:48 AM EST Eaglevale Partners, the hedge fund co-founded by Marc Mezvinsky, the son-in-law of Hillary and Bill Clinton, closed in December, according to a person with knowledge of the matter. Eaglevale, based in New York, is in the …

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Yes, Barack Obama would have (probably) won a third term!

From The Washington Post: President Obama says he could have beaten Trump — Trump says ‘NO WAY!’ By Michael Kranish December 26 at 5:02 PM President Obama said in an interview released Monday that he could have beaten Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump “if I had run again.” In his most pointed critique yet, Obama …

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It doesn’t get much funnier than this!

I received an e-mail from the Donna Brazile, the interim Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee: re: Russian interference in our elections From Donna Brazile democraticparty@democrats.org Call on Congress to begin an independent, bipartisan investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election: ADD MY NAME Dana — By now, Americans know beyond any reasonable doubt …

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The Democrats’ attempt at distraction If the e-mails affected the outcome of the election, it was due to what was in them, and not who hacked them

Democrats are incensed, appalled, outraged by the possibility that Soviet Russian President Vladimir Putin might have preferred Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton in last month’s presidential election, claiming that foreign governments have no right to interfere with our elections. But it wasn’t so long ago that Senator John Kerry (D-MA), the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, …

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The blunt question: if the Russians did hack our election, did they do us a favor? Keeping Hillary Clinton out of the White House was the best possible result

You can always count on The First Street Journal, and me, to ask the brutally direct questions: The question no one has guts to ask: If Russian intervention changed election result, did they do us a favor by stopping @HillaryClinton ? — Dana Pico (@Dana_TFSJ) December 11, 2016 Twitter limits posts to 140 spaces, so …

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Sore Losers

Former Governor Jennifer Granholm (D-MI) describes herself on Twitter as a “fierce Democrat.” Mrs Granholm, herself the beneficiary of political-think tank-academia economic incest, is very, very upset that Michigan was carried by Donald Trump, and that Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election. Mrs Granholm tweeted: The reported "undervote" (Ds who left top of ticket blank) …

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The election is over, but still Hillary Clinton has to find someone else to blame For the Clintons, it's never, ever their fault

From Reuters: Clinton blames FBI’s Comey for her defeat in call with donors By Luciana Lopez and Ginger Gibson | Saturday, November 12, 2016 Hillary Clinton blamed FBI director James Comey for her stunning defeat in Tuesday’s presidential election in a conference call with her top campaign funders on Saturday, according to two participants on …

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Why did Donald Trump win? It's simpler than you think

The pollsters were shocked, the prognosticators were astonished, and the Editor was certainly surprised. George W Bush, a successful President with a good economy, still lost Pennsylvania to John Kerry in 2004, but Donald Trump carried the Keystone State. I’ve been trying to figure it out all day, and it finally hit me: the simplest …

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I voted my conscience today

Work ran late today, but I still got off in plenty of time to get to the polls and vote. There was a bit of a line, but not much, and they all looked like working people, who were casting their ballots after doing their jobs all day. I voted as I said I would, …

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Gail Collins of The New York Times doesn’t like third party voting

Gail Collins, an OpEd columnist for The New York Times, wants to be sure to tie Donald Trump to other Republican candidates: Republican Candidates, Admit It’s Hillary You’re Voting For by Gail Collins | November 3, 2016 Look, you need a rest. Let’s talk about the Senate races. If Hillary Clinton wins — and if …

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