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Hillary Dodges Obamacare

In this edition of NewsBusted, host Jodi Miller reports that rumors are surfacing that Hillary Clinton is too sick to run for president. But, Miller adds, “Don’t worry, she’ll be fine. It’s not like she enrolled in Obamacare.” Also featured in this edition are Spike Lee, George Lopez, Ronan Farrow and Larry King.

Hillary, Christie Unappealing

In this edition of Dick Morris Reports, political pundit Dick Morris takes a look at the political styles of potential presidential candidates and probable nominees Hillary Clinton and Governor Chris Christie. With Hillary’s hit lists that recently came to light and Christie’s bullying tactics, both candidates don’t appear very appealing to Morris.

Stay Away From Western Ideas

A memo uncovered in China is warning the country’s Communist Party to stay away from Western ideas. And President Obama passed out the same memo to Democrats last week! Jodi Miller also discusses the antics of Hillary Clinton, Anthony Wiener and Chloe Kardashian on this week’s edition of Newsbusted.

Why Benghazi Still Matters

Reason.TV cites three reasons why Benghazi still matters.

1. We still don’t know what really happened.
2. U.S. officials keep attacking free speech as the cause of the attack.
3. We still don’t have a foreign policy in the Middle East – or anywhere else.

Hillary Pilloried

The Ghost of Benghazi Past will haunt Hillary Clinton for some time to come, Bill O’Reilly and Geraldo Rivera agreed on Friday. O’Reilly particularly reflected on White House Press Secretary Jay Carney’s briefing, during which he was grilled on the recent news about Benghazi, noting that Carney basically threw Clinton under the bus.

The Benghazi Snow Job

We all know now the American public was fed a pack of lies regarding last fall’s deadly attack on the American consulate in Benghazi. The burning questions that remain to be solved: Who orchestrated the snow job? Was it hatched by underlings trying to save the president’s hide ahead of the election? Or did Obama or Secretary of State Hillary Clinton conceive the ruse, leaving their minions to take the fall once the truth inevitably emerged? Pundit Dick Morris kicks around the possibilities.

Benghazi Stonewalling

Pat Smith, mother of slain State Department officer Sean Smith, who died in the September 11, 2012, attack on an American consulate in Benghazi, tore into the federal government and their efforts to investigate that deadly attack on Tuesday. In an interview with CNN host Jake Tapper, Smith said that she blames former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for failing to ensure her staff was secure and for not taking blame for that failure after they were killed in the line of duty.

Hillary’s Trivial Tenure

The world is a more chaotic and dangerous place today than when Hillary Clinton took office as Secretary of State. Pundit Dick Morris surveys the planet — from the Middle East to Iran, from Russia to Latin America — and finds growing hot spots and shrinking American power and influence the world over.

What Difference Does It Make?

Hillary Clinton asked “what difference does it make?” in response to questions about the murder of a US Ambassador in Benghazi. Bill Whittle lets you know what difference it makes for our country. From Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Secretary of State John Kerry hear what Bill Whittle thinks. H/T PJTV

The American Withdrawal

Has Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presided over a withdrawal of American power from the world? In the absence of the Americans, can Europe collectively defend itself? And who will police the Al-Qaeda forces mobilizing in Libya, Mali and other lawless regions? Bruce Riedel, former CIA strategist and presidential adviser, joins Baroness Pauline Neveille Jones, a former British diplomat, to discuss Clinton’s legacy in a round-table discussion organized by Great Britain’s Channel 4.

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