Category: Hillary Clinton

Because we reject fascism

Our goal for WISH has long been to share our belief in Hillary’s awesomeness.  It was never our goal to focus on Hillary’s opponents.  Nor were we expecting to have to defend American Democracy.  Nevertheless, we care about the kind of America that we will have after the election. Donald Trump is pretty much the…

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Because Tom, Bruce, George, Glenn, Will and Sean do, among others

What do Tom Hanks, Bruce Willis, George Cloney, Glenn Close, Will Ferrell and Sean Penn have in common?  They are all top Hollywood stars and they support Hillary.  Walt Hickey, the chief culture writer for fivethirtyeight.com, studied which films were filled with the most Hillary-fan actors and reported his findings in an article entitled “The…

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Because she is NOT a security threat, unlike Trump

It is just not the norm for high-level U.S. security professionals to come out and endorse one candidate because the other candidate poses a threat to national security. However, Donald Trump, who security insiders think has been turned into an unwitting shill for Vladimir Putin because of a little flattery, is scaring more than just…

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Because she has the patience of a saint

Hillary is asked time and time again, “What is it about you that pushes people’s hot button?”  The answer is pretty simple: She is a smart, capable woman and she aspires to make a difference in the world. The real question should be put to the NRC: What is it about Hillary that you fear…

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Because she’s a trans role model

Hillary in a Transformed Age by Valerie Gardner, posted 7/29/16 As the dust settles from the Democrats’ surprisingly fierce primary skirmish and the party reorients towards unity following the Convention, there’s another undercurrent of cultural transformation taking shape in 2016 that could be said to have been as much as six hundred years in the…

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Hillary is the most endorsed candidate in history

First of all, if you don’t know Nate Silver’s site, fivethirtyeight.com, then you are missing a whole lotta really good political polling analysis among other things. Second, history has shown that in presidential elections, the level of endorsements a candidate receives from current political leaders is one of the best predictors of which candidates will…

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Because it is time to elect a woman as president

The New York Times posed the following question to readers:  Tell us, is it important to elect a woman as president?  Thousands shared their views and the link above represents a sampling of responses received, with some condensation and editing by Times editors.  It is worth reading and, more importantly, it is worthwhile to ask…

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Because Tamar supports Hillary Clinton

There has been a lot of banter about what parts of the body should be making the decision about whether to vote for Hillary. This writer comes out strongly for using the head and the heart in deciding to vote for Hillary. I was so happy to read this post on Valentine’s Day and it…

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Because Black Lives Matter . . . and Hillary doesn’t need to be told

Trayvon Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, has come out to endorse Hillary Clinton.  Trayvon, an African-American teenager was killed by George Zimmerman while walking down a street. The case brought national attention to the issues of race relations and gun control.  Sybrina wrote an article endorsing Hillary Clinton that was just published in CNN online.  Please…

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Because the Supreme Court really matters

Everyone should read this Op Ed written by Hillary Clinton and published in the Boston Globe on January 8, 2016. I am hoping that she won’t mind this re-post of her brilliant editorial since I am not trying to violate her copyright, rather I am trying to add to her readership.   A make-or-break moment…

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Is liking Hillary subsersive?

I invite you to surf over to slate.com to read this wonderful article by Sady Doyle entitled “More than likable enough: I like Hillary Clinton. And I’m convinced that saying so can be a subversive act.”   You can sample it here, and click the link below to continue reading it at Slate.   By Sady…

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Reflections on Hillary’s Benghazi hearing

So, my thoughts on the Benghazi hearing . . . . It was a marathon 11 hour political ad in support of Hillary for President! It showed Clinton’s endurance, patience, brilliance, compassion, her ability to take the high road and to maintain calm under stress, and overall demonstrated her leadership skills. It turned out to…

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Community Members Can Now Sign up!

If you are inspired to write something about your experience of Hillary, you are now able to register yourself on this website and write your own posts! We are pleased to report that it is fairly intuitive to self-register using the “Register” menu and to click on the “+” and “Post” buttons to start composing…

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Bernie for Vice President!

The Democratic debate was quite exhilarating.  We learned that Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton differ on a few issues, like gun control and how to deal with excessive corporate power. But, for those watching carefully, the key exchanges revealed more about how much Bernie and Hillary have in common than how different they are! For…

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Hillary is . . . attracting the brightest stars

I am not much of a “Star” watcher but it was interesting to see some reports of which celebrities have come out in support of which candidates.  Here’s a compiled run-down from The Hill and Marie Claire with endorsers listed below the candidates they clearly support.   Hillary Clinton Uzo Aduba — The actress from…

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Inspiration enough for Emojis

I am a fan of Hillary’s, even though she isn’t flashy, wacky, or trying overly hard to be cool.  The fact is, she is really smart, totally hardworking, compassionate and up to the challenge of leading this country.  It’s true that Obama is a pretty hard act to follow and Bernie is more exciting, because…

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A Sensible Approach to Gun Control

The data on gun deaths in the United States is staggering. According to the Gun Violence Archive, there were nearly 52,000 incidents on U.S. soil involving guns in 2014. This violence resulted in 23,000 injuries and a staggering 12,500 deaths. Out of these incidents, there were 628 children (age 0-11) injured or killed and 2,373…

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