Daily Update

Welcome to the political world of Hillary, where it is permissible to insult thousands of people as being in a basket of deplorables, but, you cannot question her without being vilified for doing so.  Of course, Hillary did try to walk it by saying maybe “half” was wrong.  Hillary does have a long history of doing her best to destroy her (and Bill’s) enemies.  The Hill writes The media elites feel that shiver up the spine — and it’s not victory.  Fredric U. Dicker writes that Clinton’s ‘basket of deplorables’ gaffe stuns both parties.  

Hillary damaged herself on Friday by using a broad brush to paint Trump supporters as a “basket of deplorables”, which was minor compared to the video of her leaving the 911 Memorial early. As noted in many organizations — The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The NY Post, Fox News, TownHall — to name just a few, Hillary’s health problems are no longer what her campaign called a right-wing conspiracy .

Townhall.com writes about Donald J. Trump’s attendance at our 2016 reception.  So does Real Clear Politics.  While not believing Trump can win in New York, the New York Magazine gave him and us some ink.  (It will be interesting to see what he writes when Trump carries New York State.) 

Michael Barron wrote this for Saturday’s papers, before Hillary’s problems surfaced. 

The Conservative Party is truly concerned about Hillary’s health and the video that showed her not feeling well is quite disconcerting — obviously we do not support Hillary for president — however, we do sincerely hope that her health problems are minor and that forthwith she is honest in letting American’s citizens know if she is healthy enough to bear the stress of being president. 

Congressman Trey Gowdy isn’t finished

How heroes of 9/11 live on in St. Patrick’s Cathedral. 

Iran May Have Received as Much as $33.6 Billion in Cash, Gold Payments From U.S.

Brietbart dots the “i” between FBI Director Comey and the Clinton Foundation

In case you missed this on Saturday — Schneiderman’s a hypocrite for letting the Clinton Foundation slide

Monday’s with Robert Knight