Tear Up or Renegotiate the Obamabomb Nuclear Deal with Iran?
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No, Books Are Not Harder to Obtain than Guns
Speaking on Tuesday at a memorial service for the five police officers who were slain last week in Dallas, President Obama turned to one of his favorite topics: gun control. “As a society,” Obama said,
we choose to under-invest in ...
Obama’s Dysfunctional ‘Cancer Moonshot’
The Food and Drug Administration has a long history of dragging its feet in approving badly needed drugs. An extraordinary January article in the New York Times revealed how Richard Pazdur, who has headed the agency’s oncology drugs group ...
Enemies See America As Vulnerable Prey
Here is a sampling of some recent news abroad:
A Russian guard attacked a U.S. diplomatic official at the door to the American Embassy in Moscow, even as NATO leaders met to galvanize against the next act of Russian ...
Congress Tackles the Big Problems: GMO Labels on M&M’s
As I flipped between C-SPAN2 and cable news on the night of July 7, it became clear there are no grown-ups in charge in Washington.
One channel showed horrifying images of a warlike scene in Dallas, with reports of sniper fire ...
The Nickname ‘Scary Spice’ Is Now Being Slammed as Racist
A full 20 years after the Spice Girls released their “Wannabe” single, people are freaking out about how “racist” it is that the one black member, Melanie Brown, was known by the nickname “Scary Spice.”
The group recently announced that three ...
Support Hillary's Best Prosecutors
With exactitude based on firsthand, in-the-field experience, NR essayist David French has exposed one of the more maddening aspects of the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal: that if she had been Private First Class Clinton, her handling of classified material would ...
Finding Common Ground with Black Lives Matter
Many Americans don’t know what to think about Black Lives Matter (BLM).
According to the Pew Research Center, 43 percent of Americans support the movement, and 22 percent oppose it — but a striking 30 percent have not heard of the movement or ...
Britain’s Post-Brexit Turmoil
It must be the balmy summer weather that makes me wonder if most people except me are losing their minds, and if our leaders, the beneficiaries and personification of the great democratic systems for which previous generations proverbially fought and ...
Even in the heat of summer, when the streets of downtown New Haven have emptied of students, Yale can’t escape the clutches of controversy.
The most recent incident in the long-running saga of Yale’s Calhoun College, named after ...
Congressional Black Corruption
If Black Lives Matter, then why have entrenched members of the Congressional Black Caucus spent more time enriching themselves than taking care of their neglected constituents?
Too many social-justice protesters are busy throwing shade, rocks, bottles, concrete blocks, and vicious ...
What the Left and the Right Learned from Last Week’s Shootings
It seems almost ghoulish to look for a silver lining in the dark cloud that blanketed the nation last week. But I think there was one. The killings by police in Minnesota and Louisiana, quickly followed by the killings of ...
An Open Letter to Bernie Sanders
Today, you decided to officially express your support for Hillary Clinton in the race for president of the United States. Unlike many, I will not label you a “sellout.” Though I’m disappointed in your decision, I would ...
Whoopi Goldberg: Blonde Hair Weaves Are Cultural Appropriation
Whoopi Goldberg said on the view that black women wearing blond hair weaves amounts to “cultural appropriation.”
“I think there’s a lot of appropriation going back and forth, the weave . . . the weave doesn’t look like this,” Goldberg said, ...
Pro-Black, Pro-Police Reforms that Conservatives Should Get Behind
I’m pro–Second Amendment. I’m pro–law enforcement. And I’m pro-black. After the deaths of two black men at the hands of police last week, and the subsequent spate of deadly ambushes on police officers in at ...
Multicultural societies — from 19th-century Austria–Hungary to contemporary Iraq, Lebanon, the former Yugoslavia, and Rwanda — have a poor record of keeping the peace between competing tribes. They usually end up mired in nihilistic and endemic violence.
The only hope for ...
More Hypocrisy from Black Lives Matter
Black Lives Matter began as a movement about ending fear — the fear that many black Americans feel when it comes to interacting with law enforcement. That fear may or may not be justified, but it’s real, and a society ...
The New York Times and the Left Have Blood on their Hands
It was very appropriate that on Friday, the day after the massacre of five Dallas police officers, the New York Times devoted nearly all of the top half of its front page to four enormous photos of the death of ...
Will the National Conventions Change the Delegate-Selection Rules — Again?
When the Republican and Democratic national conventions gather in successive weeks in Cleveland and Philadelphia, respectively, one item on their plates will be reconsideration of their parties’ nominating rules. Just about everyone agrees that they are unsatisfactory in some way ...
Obama’s Hypocrisy on the Motives of Killers
‘To lose one parent,” wrote Oscar Wilde in The Importance of Being Earnest, “may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.”
And so it is with earnestness itself. To dissemble once may be cast as an ...
Black Lives Matter: Radicals Using Moderates to Help Tear America Apart
What is Black Lives Matter?
Yesterday, I heard from a number of Evangelicals who would answer the question like this: It’s a peaceful movement of men and women who aren’t saying that only black lives matter but rather ...
Cool, Hip Hillary Clinton: ‘I Can’t Stop Playing with the Pokémans, Either’
Just like many everyday Americans, I am also very interested in Pokémans Go.
Since the Pokémans Go game came out on the phones, I can’t stop playing with the Pokémans, either. As the slogan goes, “Got ...
The Importance of the House GOP Health Plan
The release of the House GOP health-care plan last month was a milestone event in the long-running debate over the future of health care in the United States. Republican leaders had been promising to repeal and replace the Affordable Care ...
Why Mike Pence Would Say Yes to Trump
What is Mike Pence thinking? That’s what many conservatives began to wonder last week when it became clear that the Trump campaign is seriously considering the Indiana governor as a potential vice-presidential nominee, and that Pence in turn is ...
What’s Next for the Never Trump Camp?
Just as with Britain’s Brexit vote, the smart money has decided that the Never Trump movement among Republican delegates has no chance of succeeding. The Donald has won 1,542 delegates, well above the 1,237 needed to nominate. No major alternative candidate ...
If This Is an ‘Economic Recovery’ — What Will the Next Recession Look Like?
St. Louis — America’s economy has now slouched into the eighth year of a recovery that demonstrates how much we have defined recovery down. The idea that essentially zero interest rates are, after seven and a half years, stimulating the ...
Thursday night’s attack in Dallas marks the deadliest day for American law enforcement since September 11, 2001. An ambush that started just before 9 p.m. local time, toward the end of a peaceful Black Lives Matter demonstration, left four members of ...
Does a New Novel Glorify the Manson Murders?
Has there ever been a generation in human history more devoted to self-mythology than the Baby Boomers? Casting themselves as idealistic revolutionaries, the privileged, largely white, college-educated Boomers were going to remake 1960s America into a utopia of love and ...
How Can We Move Forward after the Killings in Dallas?
As if God wanted us to pay attention, we’ve seen in the past three days the whole crisis of race and policing recapitulated in three separate incidents.
Last night in Dallas, five cops were murdered. A CNN headline read, “...
Let’s Debate the Iraq War. Let’s Not Rewrite History
Believe it or not, you can simultaneously believe a number of things about the Iraq war and its aftermath.
You can believe Saddam Hussein wasn’t merely a “bad guy,” but that he harbored terrorists and offered them safe haven ...
Pundits: The Next Generation
It’s too bad some shaman can’t resuscitate David Hume and show him the latest explainer from Vox. He needs to know how badly his foundational work has been eviscerated. One of the 18th-century Scottish philosopher’s most famous ...
Lie, Lie, Lie, Lie, Lie, Lie, Lie, Lie: The Quick List of Clinton’s Eight E-mail Lies
James Comey, the FBI director, said in a statement Tuesday that the FBI would not recommend Hillary Clinton for indictment for using a private e-mail address and server for work communication while secretary of state. But he also detailed the ...
Comey and the Expansion of Cynicism
It turns out that, in an election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, James Comey’s lies are the worst of them all.
On Monday, the director of the FBI laid out an ironclad case that the former U.S. ...
Crazy Christiane Amanpour
During a YouTube binge a few months ago, my brother and I came across a Saturday Night Live cold open — a parody of a CNN interview. In the sketch, the news anchor is discussing Donald Trump with “Trump Defender” Scottie ...
FBI director James Comey’s explanation of the case against the case against Hillary Rodham Clinton — “Sure, she pretty clearly did what she’s accused of doing but hey man aren’t penguins cute is that a squirrel man hey ...
Hillary Clinton’s Non-Indictment Might Not Help Her
‘Unindicted co-conspirator”: Technically, the term, made familiar in the Watergate scandals, does not apply to Hillary Clinton, since no one has been or apparently will be indicted in the e-mails case.
But if you read the bulk of FBI director ...
Hillary Clinton has scored a highly characteristic political “victory” — namely, not getting indicted.
During a political season when “rigged” has been the most emotive description of the economy and political system, Hillary and her enablers have conducted what appears to ...
Why did he do it? FBI director James Comey spent 14 minutes laying out an unassailable case for prosecuting Hillary Clinton for the mishandling of classified material. Then at literally the last minute, he recommended against prosecution.
This is baffling. Under ...
Police: Racist Text Messages Sent by Middle-School Student Were Actually a Hoax
The student at Ottoson Middle School in Arlington, Massachusetts who claimed to have received racist text messages actually made up the entire thing, according to the police.
Last week, the Boston Globe reported that police were investigating a student’s ...
How to Address the Problem of Police Shootings
Did a black man die when a white man would have lived? That’s the question I asked myself last night as I watched one of the most heartbreaking videos I’ve ever seen. A young woman, Lavish Reynolds, started ...
A Remarkably Awful Student-Debt Plan
The view from Mrs. Clinton’s mansion in Chappaqua is an unusual one. How else to explain her surveying the uneven American economic landscape and saying: “You know who really has problems in this country? Families with six-figure incomes and ...
Moscow’s Shadow on the Upcoming NATO Summit
As President Obama travels to Warsaw for his fifth and final NATO summit meeting, the alliance faces an extraordinary and growing list of threats: the terrorism of the Islamic State, the torrent of refugees pouring into the continent, the resurgence ...
Comparing Bush’s Iraq Surge and Obama’s Afghanistan About-Face
Eight years ago this month, Barack Obama explained his warfighting plans to the American people.
I want Iraqis to take responsibility for their own future, and to reach the political accommodation necessary for long-term stability. That’s victory. That’s ...
Will California Ever Thrive Again?
There was more of the same-old, same-old California news recently. Some 62 percent of state roads have been rated poor or mediocre. There were more predications of huge cost overruns and yearly losses on high-speed rail — before the first mile of ...
The IOC’s Transgender Inclusion Threatens the Integrity of Women’s Sports
Two unnamed British athletes born male are reportedly set to become the first transgender women to compete at the Olympic Games in Rio, and preparation to hail this human-rights breakthrough is already underway. But what the Olympic Committee and the ...
Hillary and Comey Delete ‘Equal Justice Under Law’
A core tenet of the American republic is chiseled into marble above the entrance to the United States Supreme Court. Since 1935, it has read:
Equal Justice Under Law
It now should be edited, as follows:
Equal Justice Under Law
If Hillary Had Been a Soldier in the Army, Here’s How She’d Be Treated
The double standards are painful. I served ten years as an Army lawyer, and one of my responsibilities was advising the command on matters of military justice, including incidents where soldiers mishandled classified information. And if Hillary Clinton was a ...
Cruz Shakes Up Senate Office, Expands Political Operation
Ted Cruz has been conspicuously silent since his return to Capitol Hill from the campaign trail, but the gears, as always, are turning. Behind closed doors Cruz has been supervising the vast expansion of his electoral enterprise, integrating the operations ...
Our Political Masters Show Their Hand
It wasn’t shocking news that Barack Obama’s FBI refused on Tuesday to recommend indictment for felonious former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
The utterly transparent corruption, however — that was shocking.
Let’s take a look at the timeline.
The Conservatives, and the U.K., after Brexit
Though there have been no significant differences between the U.S and the U.K. for more than 150 years, and the two countries have been splendid allies in stirring times, there remains a combination of British envy and distaste for ...
He Calls Himself ‘Free Man’
Jung Gwang-il does something unusual for a living: He sends information via helicopter drones into North Korea. The drones bear USB sticks and SD cards, which contain South Korean television shows, American movies, and more. This “more” includes videos of ...
Obama Gives Venezuela’s Maduro Regime a Diplomacy Victory
Venezuela, home to the largest oil reserves in the world, is literally starving. Suicide rates are skyrocketing, and food shortages affect 82 percent of the population. People wait in lines for hours just to buy food (if it’s available), and ...
Keeping Corbyn Will Ruin the Labour Party
When David Cameron announced he would step down as prime minister after Britain voted to leave the E.U., it appeared the Conservative party would descend into an intractable crisis that endangered its future as a political institution. But only ...
The Travesty of Teacher Tenure
The mills of justice grind slowly, but life plunges on, leaving lives blighted when justice, by being delayed, is irremediably denied. Fortunately, California’s supreme court might soon decide to hear — four years after litigation began — the 21st century’s ...
Slate Wonders Whether Biracial Parenting Is Worth the Hassle
A recent question submitted to Slate’s resident advice columnist, Mallory Ortberg, came from a black man whose white girlfriend is afraid to have children with him.
Though the couple has been “talking about marriage for a while,” his girlfriend ...
Disney Accused of Cultural Insensitivity Because a Character Is Too Fat
The upcoming Disney film Moana will star a Polynesian princess for the first time in the franchise’s history — but, rather than be excited, many people are complaining that the film’s portrayal of a Polynesian demigod character is culturally ...
Black Lives Matter Puts Feelings First, Evidence Last
As the families of slain police officers in Dallas, Texas, prepared for the burials of their loved ones, America’s top politicians from both sides of the aisle came to a consensus. They decided that the solution to racial tensions — ...
Hillary: Morphing into Bernie
Let’s hear it for the all-but-official Democratic nominee for president — Hillary Sanders.
With Bernie Sanders’s decision yesterday to formally endorse Hillary, the last potential threat to her nomination has been eliminated. In any normal election year, a candidate ...
Why the ACLU Is Suing the Government over Grants to Catholic Charities
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has sued the federal government over its contracts with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and other Catholic agencies. The ACLU claims the First Amendment’s establishment clause has been violated because ...
Carlos Beruff's Lonely, Long-Shot Bid to Defeat Marco Rubio
Palm Court, Fla. — The first person Carlos Beruff talks to when he arrives for an event with the Flagler County Young Republicans has no intention of voting for him.
“I’m a [Marco] Rubio guy. And I told him that,” ...
The Race War No One Can Win
Even in this age of runaway emotions, there are still some people who want to know the facts. Nowhere are facts more important, or more lacking, than in what has been aptly called “The War on Cops,” the title of ...
Senate Democrats Seek to Criminalize First Amendment–Protected Speech
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D., John Kerry’s yacht) is leading a marathon of denunciations in the Senate targeting a bunch of groups and institutions that don’t really have anything to do with one another: tobacco companies, chemical producers, think ...
Donald Trump Confirms Progressives’ Worst Anti-Conservative Prejudices
In the aftermath of both the Orlando and Dallas massacres, millions of Americans have been absolutely dumbfounded at the response of the Obama administration. In one instance, a Muslim man openly and repeatedly pledged allegiance to ISIS. In the other, ...
The Disappearance of the Two-State Solution
In the first draft of the 2016 Republican-party platform, references to the two-state solution do not appear. CNN reports the “delegates drafting the Republican National Convention platform approved removing language encouraging a two-state solution for Israelis and Palestinians.”
An earlier draft ...
Ready for Madame President?
It was during the 1992 presidential election that the famous phrase “It’s the economy, stupid” hit the airwaves. That simple message, displayed on the desk of James Carville, Bill Clinton’s campaign manager, helped Carville maintain the message discipline that ...
Exit Leadsom, Enter Theresa May
So the thrilling contest to become the next British prime minister comes to an end, and in the most unexpected way.
Once Tory MPs eliminated Michael Gove from the leadership race last week, the stage was set for a contest ...
Philadelphia’s Mayor Discovers That Catholics Are Catholic
Last week, Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney accused Philadelphia archbishop Charles Chaput of being “not Christian” after the local Catholic archdiocese released guidelines reiterating longstanding Catholic teaching on divorce and re-marriage.
The diocesan document — “Pastoral Guidelines for Implementing Amoris Laetitia” — was ...
The Demagogues’ War on Cops
There was never a more appropriately named book than The War on Cops by Heather Mac Donald, published a few weeks ago, on the eve of the greatest escalation of that war by the ambush murders of five policemen in ...
Obama’s Lies About Police Violence Hurt More than They Help
President Barack Obama is a lawyer, not a statistician, and it shows.
After the controversial officer-involved shootings in Baton Rouge, La., and Falcon Heights, Minn., Obama unloosed a series of statistics in his remarks in Warsaw, Poland, to show “racial ...
The Push to ‘Reimagine’ Classic Characters
Last Thursday, actor John Cho announced that Hikaru Sulu — helmsman of the USS Enterprise in Star Trek, whom Cho portrays in the reboot — is gay. But worry not, says the writer-director team, the declaration is not a cheap ploy to ...
After nearly eight years of the first African-American president, why are America’s race relations so bad?
Reading the words of African Americans on the day of President Obama’s inauguration, with their high hopes and relentless optimism — some would ...
So, You Like Andy McCarthy? Prove It.
You know and I know: There isn’t a better, more straightforward, more consequential writer on the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal than Andrew C. McCarthy.
Over the past months, Andy’s informed and prescient essays on the unfolding scandal and ...
Does Race Play a Role When Police Kill Civilians?
Last week saw two black men killed by police in highly troubling circumstances. These incidents deserve the scrutiny they are receiving, and they also repeat a deeper question that Americans have asked frequently of late: In general, when police kill ...
‘In front of us flames. In the air that smelled of burning flesh . . . We had arrived — at Birkenau, reception center for Auschwitz.”
Rereading Night, Elie Wiesel’s acclaimed account of his Holocaust experience, should make for a startling reawakening.
The Democrats’ Self-Serving Distractions
It is time for another round of Pin the Tail on Anybody but the Donkey.
After the massacre at a gay club in Orlando, Fla., by an American Muslim of Afghan origin affiliated with the Islamic State, the editors of ...
The Fatal Flaws in Comey’s Theory of Why Clinton Shouldn’t Be Prosecuted
In a quarter century in law enforcement, I never encountered anyone more confident, or with more reason to be confident, than Jim Comey. The former Bush Justice Department deputy attorney general turned Obama Justice Department director of the Federal Bureau ...
The Left Wants to Ban Old People from Voting
Since the U.K. voted to leave the EU, there has been a torrent of angry progressives demanding old people not be allowed to vote. As it turned out, a majority of Britons over 50 voted to leave the EU, while ...
It’s Hard Not to Politicize Such a Horrible Tragedy
Salena Zito, the wise and even-handed columnist for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, pleaded with her fellow citizens not to respond to last night’s shocking sniper attack with the predictable cycle of bitter recrimination.
“We need to stop doing this ...
America Is Driving toward the Abyss, and It’s Time We Hit the Brakes
Last night, as the shots rang out across Dallas – as protesters scattered, and we watched the horrible, endlessly replayed video of a police officer’s cold-blooded murder on cable news – I felt that we were witnessing an unraveling. Our unrest ...
The Biter Bit: Gove Comes a Cropper
The EU referendum campaign ended well enough for Michael Gove. His side, the one that clamored for leaving the European Union, won a surprise victory; his friend and colleague Boris Johnson looked poised to replace David Cameron as prime minister; ...
The Greatest Show on Earth: Our National Political Conventions
Judging by the past, the upcoming political conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia will materially affect our national politics, even if the winning candidates have already been determined. Conventions matter — to the presidential nominees, to every candidate, national and local, running ...
The Dangerous War on Cops
Those of us who grew up in New York City in the 1970s and 1980s were acutely sensitive to issues of policing. At that time, the city legendarily was a mess, and crime was out of control. Among the many ...
The Transgen Tip of the Iceberg
For going on eight years America has been witness to a president unmoored to the constitution. Obama promised to use the “pen and a phone” to bypass Congress. Less well-known is how often his “pen and phone” have been used ...
The FBI Says ‘Reasonable Prosecutors’ Wouldn’t Charge Hillary — Meet Some Who Disagree
James Comey, the director of the FBI, announced Tuesday that 2,113 classified e-mails were discovered among Hillary Clinton’s multiplicity of servers and devices. As Clinton mishandled them, 113 were classified, including 37 Secret e-mail chains and eight labeled Top Secret. According to ...
NATO’s European Members Should Increase Defense Spending
By NATO’s own standards, the alliance’s European member states should be spending substantially more on defense. If they reached the target of spending 2 percent of their Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on defense, total spending would rise by $100 billion ...
The Islamic State, you have to acknowledge, is on quite a roll. Over the July 4th weekend, the FBI arrested a northern Virginia neighbor of mine, Mohamed Bailor Jalloh. He was apparently plotting a Fort Hood style attack and told ...
No Charges but Plenty of Blame for Hillary
It was clear from FBI director James Comey’s congressional testimony Thursday that he thinks Hillary Clinton lied to the American people, even if he was reluctant to say it in so many words.
But then he didn’t need ...
When I started the Mid-Year Reckoning back in 2003, the idea was to break up that end-of-year best-of habit, and simultaneously oppose the summer-blockbuster mentality by reminding readers that film culture still offered good movies. Now, imitators across the Internet routinely ...
No One Wins When Christian Dating Sites Are Forced to Serve Gay Users
Dating site ChristianMingle must now admit gay users, after two gay men won a class-action claim against its owner, Spark Networks. But what have those men really gained for their trouble?
Given its design, ChristianMingle has no feature for gay ...
From Sister Souljah to Black Lives Matter
I believe in American exceptionalism. America truly is the greatest country in the history of the world — but not for the reasons many suppose. America is not great merely because of our mighty military, free-market capitalism, or representative democracy. Don’...
When Philosophers Fail to Do Their Job
A small number of zealous activists, among them some philosophers, are striving to purge universities of views contrary to their own. They demonize critics as “transphobes” and try to convince university administrators that criticism of the transgender-rights movement is dangerous. ...
George Weigel on What Poland Can Teach the U.S.
In about three weeks, Pope Francis will head to Krakow for World Youth Day, a biennual event begun by Pope John Paul II for the youth of the world. It’s always an event infused with a sense of home, ...
Oslo — Article 39 of the Cuban constitution states that “artistic creativity is free as long as its content is not contrary to the Revolution.” Danilo Maldonado Machado, a.k.a. “El Sexto,” does not obey. He is a Cuban street artist ...
Social Science Says Our Education System Is Failing: Will Liberals Listen?
The report was so “seismic” — Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s word — that Lyndon Johnson’s administration released it on the Fourth of July weekend, 1966, hoping it would not be noticed. But the Coleman report did disturb various dogmatic slumbers and vested ...
Hillary Clinton Lied about Her E-mail — The FBI Proved It
On March 10, 2015, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton held a press conference at the United Nations to address questions surrounding her use of a private e-mail account during her tenure at the State Department. The relevant portion of that speech ...
Trump Isn’t a Model for the GOP’s Future
Pollster and author Kristen Soltis Anderson looks beyond November and fears that even after another bitter defeat, Republicans won’t be able to resolve the long-standing internal debate about whether their failures in presidential elections reflect a deflated conservative base ...
It’s Our Duty as Women to Celebrate That Hillary Won’t Be Charged
In the wake of FBI Director James Comey’s recommendation that Hillary Clinton not face any charges, I’m seeing far too many of my fellow women focusing on the wrong things.
So many women — yes, even some who call ...
Iovi et Bovi: The Teflon Hillary Standard
There is a classic Latin epigram about double standards that resounds in the aftermath of the FBI’s surrender this week to the corruptocracy: Quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi.
Translation: “What is permissible for Jove is not permissible for ...
Once Again: Why a ‘No First Use’ Nuclear Policy Is a Very Bad Idea
The Obama administration reportedly is seriously considering adopting a “no first use” (NFU) nuclear-weapons policy. A prospective NFU policy would be a U.S. commitment never to be the first to use nuclear weapons — as opposed to existing policy, which ...
On Hillary, Let the Voters Decide
The people, not the prosecutors, should decide whether Hillary broke the law.
That is the real takeaway from FBI director James Comey’s decision not to refer Hillary Clinton and her aides to the Justice Department for prosecution. According to ...