Hillary Clinton's legacy at the State Department lives on – and it isn't pretty. Take a gander at the spectacle of slave auctions in Libya – a nation "liberated" by NATO at Hillary's instigation: remember "We came, we saw, he died"? Behold the blood-soaked ruins of Syria, where her regime-change plans caused the US to fund the very jihadists we're supposed to be fighting. Add to this the not-so-bright idea of Washington jumping on board the abortive "Arab Spring" bandwagon, and it all this adds up to the worst record of any Secretary of State in modern history.
Less well-known than the above-mentioned disasters, however, is the key role she played in turning Honduras over to a murderous dictator who is now provoking yet another crisis in that long-suffering country – and sending thousands of refugees, including many unaccompanied minors, into Mexico and over our southern border.