‘Rye said, adding, “I think we can reach a common understanding.”’
Based on her position on the left, she forgot to add, “as long as Kayleigh ultimately agrees with my point of view.”
 July 27, 2016 at 3:02pm
And they will be cheering in the streets just like after the OJ verdict.
 July 27, 2016 at 2:59pm
Tankertony, you sure have it right. If she didn’t carry this forward, she would be damaging “the cause”. She also would be pointing out what an incompetent political hack she was.
Plenty of other examples of this behavior, most notably the continuation of the Michael Brown as a victim narrative which has been seriously disproved. The Dems are continuing to play the game as well … why else would they have Brown’s mother as part of the aggrieved entourage at their convention?
 July 25, 2016 at 7:11pm
Funny, but I didn’t intend nor see “outrage” in my posting.
Nope, my comment was related to the Grand Canyon leap from *alleged* Russian hacking to the numerous Dems confidently asserting that this means the Russians must want Trump elected (often referring to unnamed “experts”)
Frankly, I’m doing more laughing than fretting about the DNC situation. And waiting for the next WikiLeaks drop, whether it be related to Clinton or Trump.
BTW, nice deflection — you might want to become one of the numerous spokespeople for the “Russians hacked the emails – that must mean they want Trump elected” narrative and/or join the spinmeisters on either side. You’d fit in nicely.
 July 25, 2016 at 6:50pm
Whenever I see stories like this, I call up the #1 favorites link in my browser and read the 11/2015 letter from the president of Oklahoma Wesleyan (http://www.okwu.edu/blog/2015/11/this-is-not-a-day-care-its-a-university/). While it doesn’t completely neuter the feelings I have for the many schools like Cal State, I at least feel a bit better knowing there are flickers of light elsewhere.
 July 25, 2016 at 6:44pm
Interesting sidelight to this issue came up in an interview of one of tonight’s DNC speakers just completed by Bret Baier. (Sorry had my back to the tv and didn’t catch his name). When Baier pressed the operative on connecting the dots between the Russian’s hacking and Russia’s support for Trump, the operative did not answer, but then expressed outrage of how a foreign country was trying to influence an election here.
Obviously this guy did not get the memo about how the current administration was funding the anti-Netanyahu forces in the recent Israeli election.
Obama also flew to England to threaten all the citizens of Great Britain who dared to support BREXIT. He said if they won the vote to leave the EU, then they would find themselves in the back of the queue in trade with the US. It was a threat that backfired!
The Obama administration was also interfering in the elections in Nigeria a few years ago. Obama was trying to force his gay agenda on the Nigerian people and the Nigerian president, Goodluck Jonathan, was having none of it. So Obama undermined President Jonathan by not giving him the help he needed to fight Boku Haram. Then David Axelrod went to Nigeria and helped the opposition candidate successfully defeat President Jonathan in an election. Goodluck Jonathan was a Christian; his opponent, the current president of Nigeria, is a Muslim. What a surprise.
 July 25, 2016 at 6:39pm
DNC colludes to push Hillary into the nomination. Emails show the collusion. Caught red-handed, the DNC must concoct a story to deflect the issue. The Russians sound like a good scapegoat. Of course, because the Russians did it, they must want Trump elected. These guys ought to be at the Olympics competing in the long jump — because they sure can leap a long way!
Your faux outrage would be a wee bit more convincing if you conservatives hadn't attacked wiki leaks rabidly for being unamerican when they outed the absolute criminal practices of Bush's Iraq war bungling.
Nope Balthazer my point conflates nothing, I am pointing out it is hypocritical to base any argument against Hillary or the dems based on evidence from an organization your party demonized previously and calls traitors. Personally I think wiki leaks was valid info before and is valid now, but since I'm not a tbagger or a democrat I don't care which side their info hurts.
Actually, I would think the Russian would prefer Hildebeast since corruption is something the Russian understand completely since they are world leaders of corruption.
 July 25, 2016 at 11:45am
‘“There is a consensus among experts that it is indeed Russia that is behind this hack of the DNC,” Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon told CNN.’
Nice sleight of hand. So what if Russia is behind the hack? Your evidence for saying Russia wants to help Trump is what?
I can’t get over the utter irony that Hillary’s campaign feels they have the credibility to criticize anyone about anything email-related.
 July 24, 2016 at 1:16pm
Ah, the “unnamed experts” argument. Sorry dude, until you have a bit more beef, you haven’t supported your claim.
 July 19, 2016 at 12:23pm
Please, post the name of the employee so we can flood the Internet to help with future employer background checks.
 July 19, 2016 at 12:18pm
 July 18, 2016 at 11:06pm
Right on. It will be interesting to see if Matthews levies the same criticism when Michael Brown’s mother rekindles the “gentle giant” narrative. To paraphrase Matthews comments, will he be saying, “it was ‘wrong’ of the [Democrat] Party to host someone who would “lie” about [what happened], saying [her] claims are “logically not true and manifestly not true?”
Not holding my breath.
As an aside, if this is the best Mathews has to offer, it was a pretty good night for the Republicans.
 July 17, 2016 at 5:38pm
Another guilt-ridden white liberal who is posting drivel.
 July 14, 2016 at 12:00pm
Spot on with your comments and job “assignments”. VP is but one place to have a strong player. My only concern is that I believe Newt would be better on the campaign trail. Gotta get to the White House if you want to assemble that strong team.
John Bolton for Secretary of State
 July 5, 2016 at 6:03pm
The pomposity (or better put, pompousassedness) never ends with this guy.
 June 15, 2016 at 12:11pm
Surprise, surprise, surprise (trying to do my best Gomer Pyle imitation)
Representative Buchanan is wasting his time. Even if it would do any good, the current administration won’t consider it. After all, this administration is the one lobbying hard for prohibiting companies from asking about criminal background on job applications. Wouldn’t want to be too judgmental.
Plus … most three-year old orphans don’t do social media … not sure about widows.
 June 14, 2016 at 8:59pm
I’m not a fan, but you are absolutely correct. He completely nailed it with his commentary re Obama.
June 10, 2016 at 8:08pm
Are we sure the reporter didn’t stage this scene?
June 9, 2016 at 3:05pm
Will Baez get paid in sex with his client for this case also?