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Special prosecutor, Robert Mueller, has a leak problem.   

Michael Goodwin’s Sunday column, New York Times’ coverage of Mueller is peak liberal bias, was brilliant and included today in case you missed reading it.  It begins with “A friend likens The New York Times to a 1960s adolescent who refuses to grow up.  In a perpetual state of outrage, it is a newspaper of college snowflakes who embrace all forms of diversity except thought,” and gets better with each succeeding paragraph. 

David Keene opines on Donna Brazile’s book, Hacks. 

Perhaps the best headline today –  election day – is this  ‘The Clintons are done in politics’ an article by Jennifer Harper in the Washington Times who is quoting Fox Business Network anchor, Stuart Varney. 

How does one go from “grossly negligent” to “extremely carless”?  Don’t you want to know why James Comey made the change and why he reached his conclusions two months prior to interviewing Ms. Clinton.

Ramesh Ponnuru, explains in National Review online, why gun control loses

Rich Lowry writes about the heroes of Sutherland Springs

This Daily News article gives the reader an insight to the just a portion of the problems associated with public campaign financing.  What it leaves out is how candidates can (and do) hire relatives and purchase equipment with your tax dollars. Knowing public funds are available allows candidates to disregard fiscal prudency and will make it more difficult to have them understand the absolute need for being fiscally responsible. 

More bad news for New York State taxpayers as state revenues sink even deeper

NY Governor Cuomo SLAMS Praying For Shooting Victims: ‘We Have Pastors, Priests And Rabbis To Offer Thoughts And Prayers’.  As Ben Shapiro notes, This is deeply insulting and deeply ignorant.  I really am flabbergasted that Gov. Andrew Cuomo twitted this.  Shameful.