By Matt McCauley
My reaction to the reporting of Hillary Clinton's day of testimony in front of The Benghazi Committee is outlined below.
As someone that thinks that this country has been the best experiment in freedom in the history of the world, it really, REALLY bothers me that the supposedly objective media, which holds a sacred place in this country as the last defense against tyranny, has actually taken sides politically.
I have refrained on political statements, but this simply c [...]
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