Tag Archives: Hillary Clinton

Doug Henwood’s “My Turn”

Paleo Retiree writes: My wife and I got so caught up in the Presidential election that we had some fascination with Hillary left over afterwards, so last week we treated ourselves to a read of this short book denouncing Hillary … Continue reading

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The Meme War and its Victors

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: One thing Hillary didn’t tell you about the Deplorables: they produced a whole lot of fascinating political art. And it’s all the more fascinating for being so off-the-cuff, so anonymous, so — uh — dank. In … Continue reading

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Quote Du Jour

Paleo Retiree writes: Fred Reed’s current column is the best thing yet written about this election as well as a rollickingly fun read. IMHO, of course, but I trust that that’s always understood. Here’s a bit of it: I frankly … Continue reading

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More Hillary Mouth Wide Open

Paleo Retiree writes: I’ve blogged (here and here) about how prone Hillary Clinton is to opening her mouth wide while in public. What does she intend to convey? How to explain the compulsion? And why haven’t any of her handlers urged her to … Continue reading

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Mouth Wide Open, Hillary Edition

Paleo Retiree writes: Ann Althouse asks one of the really pressing questions of our day: “Is there some reason why Hillary keeps doing this gaping-maw face?” There are lots of funny and maybe even valid comments on her posting. I’ve … Continue reading

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A Historic Night

Blowhard, Esq. writes: To see a woman finally — FINALLY! — break through the Illuminati glass ceiling and become the military-industrial complex’s official stooge must be a real inspiration to all the children back on the Lizard Planet.

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Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes: Matt Ridley looks at the impact of Richard Dawkins’ “The Selfish Gene.” Anthropologist Melvin Konner takes stock of the Paleo movement. Mark Steyn still thinks it’s the demography, stupid. Frank Salter worries that the current migrant crisis will put an end … Continue reading

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