You’re one day closer to the weekend.
Monday, Rick Perry was riding high on the news that he’d finally be able to pay his staff in South Carolina, now that his campaign is tapping his SuperPAC for resources. And then, his top aide in Iowa defected to Team Trump.
The White House-Joe Biden love fest lasted a full thirty-six hours before someone realized that Hillary Clinton may not take too kindly to this latest snub. Fortunately, they’ve determined that the best way to solve the problem is to let them fight it out themselves. Possibly in Pay-Per-View.
Hillary Clinton is having the worst week ever. First, Barack Obama cuts off her access to the rental agreement on the White House, then the Department of Homeland Security denies her server was cleared to host mail, and now, she’s running second to Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire.
Planned Parenthood‘s baby parts buyer StemExpress had a CEO with a 50-liver quota and a framed photo of Hillary Clinton on her desk.
Donald Trump laid the ultimate burn on Jeb Bush: even your mother doesn’t want you to be President.
Remember that time in 1987 when Bernie Sanders recorded “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” for a spoken word folk music compilation from Vermont-based artists? The Internet does.
We’ve found your Halloween costume, American Spectator readers.
President Obama returns from Martha’s Vineyard with “batteries recharged” to finish his push for the Iran treaty…
Amazing what time with the nuclear family can do!
The week’s almost over!
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