Bill and Hillary Clinton did follow through on their promise to attend the inauguration of Donald Trump, but they were certainly not happy about it.
The Super Bowl halftime show has been a spectacle to behold in recent years, for better or for worse, and the NFL has decided to mitigate the risk of a riot this time around.
One of the new liberal buzzwords during the week of Trump's inauguration has been "legitimacy", spurred on by the democrats attempting to undermine the President-Elect.
After her failed presidential bid came to a stunning end in November, Hillary Clinton has been in virtual seclusion from the public eye.
Hillary Clinton was plagued by a number of ailments, both physical and digital, during her failed bid for the White House in 2016.
Hillary Clinton's legal woes are certainly not over after her failed bid for the presidency, according to statements by a government oversight committee.
Wikileaks has been the white knight of American politics throughout 2016, and it looks like there will be no slowing down in the new year.
Julian Assange was the white knight of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, revealing to the world the true nature of Hillary Clinton and her cronies.
There has been quite a bit of speculation over who will and will not be attending Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20th, 2017.
While Hillary Clinton has been understandably lying low these last few weeks, a court of appeals has kept alive the possibility of prosecution for the former Secretary of State.
While the left continued to push a tired and debunked narrative regarding Donald Trump's relationship with Russia, the reality is much different.
The democrats are doomed for the next 4 years to do a great deal of soul searching, after their humiliating loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 election.
The fallout from Hillary Clinton's historic loss to political newcomer Donald Trump came with a huge price tag, and now her donors want to examine the checkbook.