Daily Update

A retired CIA officer explains in The Hill why Hillary's emails matter.  "Every hostile intelligence agency on the planet targets senior American officials for collection. The Secretary of State tops the list. Almost anything the Secretary of State had to say about her official duties, her schedule, her mood, her plans for the weekend, would be prized information to adversaries."  Read the rest of what he has to say here.  

K. T. McFarland opines in Fox News Opinion that the Email scandal proves Hillary learned wrong lessons from Nixon and Watergate

Did you even think you would see this headline in the Chicago Tribune?  John Kass writes, "If ruling Democrats hold themselves to the high moral standards they impose on the people they govern, they would follow a simple process:  They would demand that Mrs. Clinton step down, immediately, and let her vice presidential nominee, Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, stand in her place."  Of course, it will never happen for two reasons, 1) Kaine is easily beatable and 2) the hierarchy of the Democratic party are only interested in power thereby lacking high moral standards.

BREAKING NEWS:: CNN drops Brazile for feeding debate questions to Clinton

Flashback: Clinton cheered 11th hour indictment that doomed Bush re-election

Michael Goodwin opined in yesterday's NY Post that Hillary has only herself to blame for the mess she is in.

The most damaging wikileaks to date

The Washington Times has an article on A suspicious wind in the rigging.  And the Daily Signal lets us know Elizabeth Warren has it wrong on voter fraud.  If ever there was a reason to end early voting, this election cycle has provided it.  For those who have cast a vote already and regret doing so, if you live in one of these 5 states you may be able to recast your vote

Teachout’s overruled tax cap claim

Will the US Supreme Court find language in our US Constitution that is not expressed in it? 

President Obama has lost his ability to reason and do good with this directive.  Hillary will bring more of the same directives. 

Monday's with Robert Knight:  More than 100 years old and still voting