Weekly Wrap-Up

Hillary Clinton is now the Democrats’ presidential nominee, but her acceptance speech was little more than an uninspired liberal wish list. Or, as John Podhoretz says, “Hillary blew it.”

Do you want to listen to Hillary Clinton for four years?” That’s what the Washington Examiner asks of voters. My answer is a resounding “no.” 

Hillary says this election is “a moment of reckoning” – I think we can all agree on that – but Charles Krauthammer notes that there’s no substance when it comes to the Clinton campaign. 
“She seeks the office because, well, it’s the next — the final — step on the ladder,” he states.

Hillary certainly can’t run on her Senate accomplishments (well, accomplishment is more like it) – and the Democrats’ claims that she saved millions of lives doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.

Republican Donald Trump had quite a bit to say during Hillary’s speech, as I’m sure you can imagine. He let loose with a series of blistering tweets that brought a dose of reality to the Democrats’ convention. 

One of my favorites was: “No one has worse judgement than Hillary Clinton — corruption and devastation follows her wherever she goes.” There are plenty more – which of Trump’s comments was your favorite? That’s the first question in our new Weekly Poll. 

For a sweeping indictment of Hillary Clinton and all the corruption she represents, I urge you to check out the documentary “Clinton Cash,” which you can watch free at Breitbart.com. 

As a voters, what do you think is the most important reason to watch a film like “Clinton Cash?” That’s the second question in this week’s poll – I know that Conservative Party friends and supporters stay informed, so I’m interested to see what you have to say.
In his Wednesday night speech, President Obama painted a far rosier picture than most U.S. voters see – leading Investor’s Business Daily to ask Americans, “Are you better off than you were seven years ago?

I think that’s a great inspiration for the third Poll question this week, with a slightly different spin: Just how much worse off is our nation, in your opinion, after seven years of Obama? 

News like this is very much not what Hillary and the Democrats want to hear as they fight to replace “Obamanomics” with an exact replica, “Hillarynomics.” 

There’s bad news just for liberals, too: As Democrats have no established themselves as “the party of safe socialism,” according to Rich Lowry – but Bernie Sanders’ supporters aren’t buying it, and neither are millennials, it seems. 

Have a great weekend!