Hillary Clinton for President

CHQ 2016 Presidential Election Poll: Question Three

The 2016 Presidential Election is fast approaching. Polls show the race for the White House tightening. We'd like to know if CHQ readers plan to vote, where you put yourself on the political spectrum and who you plan to vote for: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton or a third party candidate?

Please tell us what you think by taking our three question poll: The 2016 Election is the most important election of our lifetimes!

Donald J. Trump
95% (54 votes)
Hillary Rodham Clinton
4% (2 votes)
Gary Johnson
2% (1 vote)
Jill Stein
0% (0 votes)
Total voters: 57

CHQ 2016 Presidential Election Poll: Question Two

The 2016 Presidential Election is fast approaching. Polls show the race for the White House tightening. We'd like to know if CHQ readers plan to vote, where you put yourself on the political spectrum and who you plan to vote for: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton or a third party candidate?

Please tell us what you think by taking our three question poll: The 2016 Election is the most important election of our lifetimes!

Conservative
68% (39 votes)
Republican
25% (14 votes)
Independent
11% (6 votes)
Liberal
0% (0 votes)
Democrat
0% (0 votes)
Total voters: 57

CHQ 2016 Presidential Election Poll: Question One

The 2016 Presidential Election is fast approaching. Polls show the race for the White House tightening. We'd like to know if CHQ readers plan to vote, where you put yourself on the political spectrum and who you plan to vote for: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton or a third party candidate?

Please tell us what you think: The 2016 Election is the most important election of our lifetimes!

I will definitely vote in the 2016 Presidential Election.
97% (120 votes)
I will definitely not vote in the 2016 Presidential Election.
2% (2 votes)
I am unsure whether of not I will vote in the 2016 Presidential Election.
1% (1 vote)
Total voters: 124

The fight isn’t going Clinton’s way

Niall Ferguson, The Boston Globe

The latest LA Times poll has Trump ahead by six points. Even the closely watched New York Times/CBS News poll of likely voters has the race tied, and Trump is now clearly ahead in the two most important battleground states, Ohio and Florida.

How To Put The Final Nails In Hillary’s Electoral Coffin

Attacking Hillary Clinton on her multitudinous scandals has gotten Donald Trump's campaign even with her, but to put the final nails in Clinton’s electoral coffin Trump must also challenge and campaign against her policies; attacking her on scandals alone plays to what may be her strongest point – the ability to weather a crisis – and may not close the deal with independent voters and reluctant Republicans.

Hillary’s Allergy to Transparency

Laura Ingraham, Lifezette.com

On the 15th anniversary of the deadliest terror attack on American soil, Mrs. Clinton’s handlers found themselves out of excuses. The physical evidence was stark — and it came in the form of video taken from multiple angles of her being led out of a memorial event. In these videos, she appears weak, knees buckling, almost falling to the ground before being elevated into the van that was waiting curbside.

What Hillary Clinton Could Learn from Jeff Foxworthy

Timothy Daughtry, Townhall

If you have ever suspected that leftist insiders in Washington see mainstream Americans as a bunch of ignorant rubes, Hillary Clinton’s comments to a fundraiser in New York on Friday evening should confirm your worst suspicions.

Cleveland vs. Philadelphia

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Do Americans share Philadelphia’s belief in Clinton’s greatness and in the magisterial achievements of the Obama presidency? Let us see. Fifty-six percent of Americans believe Clinton should have been indicted; 67 percent believe she is neither trustworthy nor honest. And 75 percent of Americans think that, under Obama, the nation is headed in the wrong direction.

The Speech James Comey Should Have Given

Timothy Daughtry, Townhall

Someone should have told FBI Director James Comey that when you’re peeing on someone’s shoes, and you both know that you’re peeing on their shoes, you’re only going to make things worse by telling them that it’s raining.

Clinton Escapes Prosecution Conservatives React

Yesterday, FBI Director James Comey issued a statement setting forth a series of facts that Hillary Clinton and her top aides violated the four corners required for a felony charge under Section 793(f) of the federal penal code (Title 18). Then, in truly Orwellian fashion, Director Comey announced there would be no prosecution of Hillary Clinton or her top aides for their obvious violation of the law.

Trump Sets Sights on Bill Clinton -- And His Henchwomen

Diana West, Breitbart

Democrats are terrified that Trump will do to the Clintons what he does to everything else: Tear down the carefully constructed fake PC edifice and say what’s what. If that ever happens, the Clintons will have to go hide their heads in shame where they belong.

Donald Trump Takes On Bill Clinton’s Behavior Toward Women

Alan Rappeport, The New York Times

Over the weekend, Mr. Trump said that that Mrs. Clinton was playing the “woman’s card” and that her husband’s sexual history would be fair game as the 2016 race ramped up. “His presidency was really considered to be very troubled, to put it mildly, because of all of the things that’s she talking to me about,” Mr. Trump said Sunday on Fox News.

Trump is Right about Bill Clinton

Ruth Marcus, Real Clear Politics

The iconic liberal Washington Post columnist says Trump has smeared women because of their looks. Bill Clinton has preyed on them, and in a workplace setting where he was by far the superior. That is uncomfortable for Clinton supporters but it is unavoidably true.

Clinton leads Bush, Rubio, Walker in head-to-head match-ups: poll

David Sherfinski, The Washington Times

Mrs. Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential frontrunner, leads former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush by 8 points, 48 percent to 40 percent, she leads Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida by 10 points, 50 percent to 40 percent, and she leads Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker by 14 points, 51 percent to 37 percent, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll said.

Full of cultural hubris Democrats veer left

Kyle Smith, New York Post

Hillary Clinton knows she has more baggage than Newark Airport. She doesn’t care, because she is counting on two strong forces to carry her to victory: Demographics and the leftward turn in American culture.

Hillary Clinton embraces 'first mama' role in second White House bid

Robert Schroeder, Market Watch

Eight years ago, Hillary Clinton believed she needed to project an image of strength and experience to convince voters she could be the first woman president. The image, her strategist said at the time, was a kind of “tough single parent” rather than a “first mama.” But running for president in 2015, the Associated Press writes, Clinton’s gender isn’t something she seeks to explain or defend. The Democrat’s potential to make history as the country’s first female president has become one of her biggest applause lines.

Hillary Will Glide Above It All

Peggy Noonan, The Wall Street Journal

Mrs. Clinton is almost certainly about to glide to her party’s nomination. There will be a few bumps. She will occasionally be pressed and challenged on various questions. There will be back and forth. But her Democratic opponents will not attack her character, her history, her financial decisions, her scandals. They will not go at her personally. She will emerge dinged but not damaged. No one will ravage the queen.

Scandals Only Make The Clintons Stronger

Matt Latimer, Politico

A little newsflash about our past (and probably future) First Family, who pundits, long predicting the Clintons’ coronation, are now suddenly beginning to count out: Scandal surfing is what they always do. They skip the top of the waves, sometimes even giving the impression they might succumb to them. But they never do.

Hillary is inevitable no more

Washington Examiner Editorial Board

Hillary Clinton's favorability rating has crashed into negative territory in both CNN's poll and the ABC/Washington Post poll. In the latter poll, Clinton's result (at 45 percent favorable, 49 percent unfavorable) is the worst since April 2008, when she was on the cusp of losing the Democratic nomination to Barack Obama. In the CNN poll, Clinton's favorable-unfavorable numbers (46 and 50 percent, respectively) are the worst they've been since March 2001.

First Batch of Hillary's Emails on Benghazi Made Public

NBC News

A batch of Hillary Clinton's personal emails made public on Thursday morning offers a glimpse into her team's initial exchange of information in the wake of the Benghazi attacks as well as her relationship with longtime confidante Sidney Blumenthal, who sent her at least two dozen memos regarding Libya during her tenure as Secretary of State.