Mar 122015
 

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Politico: The Associated Press has filed a lawsuit against the State Department in an attempt to force the release of Hillary Clinton’s private email correspondence, the wire service announced on Wednesday. The lawsuit comes after several failed attempts to obtain the emails under the Freedom of Information Act.

“The press is a proxy for the people, and AP will continue its pursuit of vital information that’s in the public interest through this action and future open records requests,” she said.

Opinion: It started with the progressive-left NY Times. Then the farther-left AP decided to sue for the server, and now the so-far-left it may be right Politico, is making Hillary’s email a front page story.

You would think the email scandal was about W.

I am on record on the blog and in the book that Hillary would drop out of the race for president in 2016. I am not clairvoyant, and I could be wrong, but if AP, the New York Times, and Politico are dumpling on Hillary you can bet there is someone else that Barack Obama would like as his successor.

It is no secret that the Clintons and the Obamas are the modern-day Hatfields & McCoys.

Most political pundits say it is because Hillary is not far left enough. They say that the Democrat fathers may have already dumped ol’ Hill in favor of  Elizabeth Warren.

I say that this is just getting going and watch out for new names to enter the race.

Hillary is toast, and if we get who I think we will get, we might miss her.

 

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Mar 052015
 

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Breitbart: “Stage 2 of the Hillary email scandal has been achieved, as yesterday’s “confused old lady who didn’t understand how email works” defense utterly collapsed with the Associated Press’ discovery that Clinton’s mail server was located in her house (her estate in Chappaqua, to be exact — the one she had to settle for because she was “dead broke” after Bill left office) and was registered under the name of a man who does not appear to exist.

To their credit, liberal media figures quickly realized this wasn’t a story that could be waved away with a laugh.”

Opinion: Having worked for major brokerage firms in a senior management position, I can tell you that if a Financial Advisor communicated with clients through outside servers it was grounds for immediate termination. The offense would be permanently recorded on the advisors (U4) record making it near impossible for he or she to be hired by another major firm.

Kurt Gowdy, leading the Benghazi investigation, said this: “You do not need a law degree to have an understanding how troubling this is.  Clinton has turned over 55,000 emails leaving who knows haw many are being squashed?”

The question is do the Democratic leaders have the courage to nominate Hillary not knowing what is in those emails?

 

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Mar 042015
 
Obama Unveils National ObamaLaw Plan

The Daily Caller: “President Barack Obama today introduced his plan for a progressive takeover of state and local policing: “We have a great opportunity… to really transform how we think about community law enforcement relations,” he said Monday. Obama also instructed his media allies to help a federalization of policing, and to sideline critics of

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Feb 252015
 
Senate Caves On Amnesty

National Journal: “With the Homeland Security Department set to shut down on Saturday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday offered Senate Democrats everything they wanted. And then, as with mice and cookies, they asked for some more. When Democrats heard the news, they were not impressed. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid said that he

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Feb 232015
 

American Thinker: “History teaches that entities don’t willingly relinquish power; it didn’t happen in 1776 and it won’t happen now. People are generally quite zealous about increasing their power, though. This returns us to the courts’ usurpations. Do you know where the power of “judicial review” came from? It was declared in the 1803 Marbury

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Feb 122015
 
Federal Election Commission to Consider Regulating Websites

The Washington Examiner: “Claiming that thousands of public comments condemning “dark money” in politics can’t be ignored, the Democratic-chaired Federal Election Commission on Wednesday appeared ready to open the door to new regulations on donors, bloggers and others who use the Internet to influence policy and campaigns. During a broad FEC hearing to discuss a

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