Writing at the Washington Free Beacon, editor in chief Matthew Continetti explains how a donor to Hillary Clinton is trying to keep his reporters out of the University of Arkansas library. One of those reporters, Alana Goodman, had gone to Arkansas and uncovered audio tapes of Clinton reminiscing about a case early in her career where her client was accused of raping a 12-year-old girl.Read more
The Washington Free Beacon, which has broken several scoops related to Hillary Clinton, has been banned from using the Clinton archive at the University of Arkansas:Read more
Scott Brown, the Republican senator from Massachusetts who lost reelection last year to Democrat Elizabeth Warren, could be competitive challenging a Democratic senator in the state next door, according to a new poll from the Washington Free Beacon. In a hypothetical match-up between Brown and New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen, the Democrat would lead by just four points.
Here's more from the Beacon:Read more
The Washington Free Beacon announced "The Editor's Blog" today (which, by the way, happens to be the publication's one year anniversary). Early posts on the blog include Matthew Continetti's reaction to Rand Paul's major foreign policy speech yesterday, Sonny Bunch on Spike Lee's bitterness, and the CAF Truth Monkey's "Daily Peel."Read more
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