by Rick Shenkman
We should. But history suggests her conduct is common in American politics.
SOURCE: Huffington Post
Sean Wilentz accused of shilling for Hillary in the course of debunking a claim made by Bernie Sanders
by Alan Singer
Wilentz took to the NYT to argue that Bernie Sanders is wrong about the racist roots of America.
by Greg Cullison
There are protestations that the HRC files were unclassified. But, the history of the Congress of Vienna shows, every bit can be part of a larger mosaic and exploited for all the wrong reasons.
by Nomi Prins
Hillary Clinton didn't just exercise shady judgment, she disrespected American history and the few rules the government has put in place to preserve it.
"One senior Clinton figure confided to us during a casual lunch break that she would occasionally be in meetings of the highest historical importance and find that not a soul was taking notes."
"What surprised me was to see what a liberal firebrand she used to be."
by Rachel Hope Cleves
The closet has long been a comfortable position for those willing to tolerate, but not endorse, same-sex marriage.
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