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The New York Times' Botched Story on Hillary Clinton
Norm Ornstein: The Atlantic
I have read The New York Times since I was a teenager as the newspaper to be trusted, the paper of record, the definitive account. But the huge embarrassment over the story claiming a criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton for her emails-leading the webpage, prominent on the front page, before being corrected in the usual, cringeworthy fashion of journalists who stonewall any alleged errors and then downplay the real ones-is a direct challenge to its fundamental credibility. And the paper's response since the initial huge error was uncovered has not been adequate or acceptable.

Trump: Big Donors 'Control Bush 100 Percent'
Brendan Kirby: LifeZette
Donald Trump swung hard at chief rival Jeb Bush on Tuesday, painting him as beholden to the big money men funding his presidential campaign.

Jeb Bush Snares a Democratic Moneyman on Hamptons Tour
Zachary Mider: Bloomberg
Behind a garden modeled on Monet's, Jeb Bush addressed a lawn-full of chief executives and hedge-fund managers at an East Hampton, New York, estate Saturday morning. While the candidate is no stranger to courting wealthy donors, this time was different: about half the attendees were Democrats.

The Apprentices: Trump schools the press & GOP on building a brand
Laura Ingraham: Lifezette
"Trump is toast," Pete Wehner, a former White House aide to George W. Bush, wrote in Commentary. He called the McCain flap "a tipping point for the Trump campaign."

Donald Trump: I Pay My Own Way, Unlike Bush, Walker or Clinton
Heather Haddon: The Wall Street Journal
Donald Trump said there was no cap in the amount of money he would be willing to put into his campaign for the Republican nomination for president if his message continues to resonate with voters.

Polls: Bush Struggles vs. Hillary
J. Taylor Rushing: Lifezette
Three surveys confirm that Jeb faces headwinds

FOURNIER: Maybe the Dog Ate Her Email
Ron Fournier: National Journal
Who will Hillary Clinton blame now?

The Price of Fetal Parts
Charles Krauthammer: National Review
Aborting infants and selling the pieces takes a toll on practitioners' souls.

Democrats drop Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson from dinner name
Neil Vigdor: CT Post
Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson are history in Connecticut.

Trump Has the GOP Establishment's Number
E.J. Dionne: Real Clear Politics
The problems that bother us most are the ones we bring on ourselves. This is why Republicans are so out of sorts with Donald Trump. The party created the rough beast it is now trying to slay.

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