Thousands of Hillary emails released
125 contain classified information
The State Department released thousands of pages of Hillary Clinton's
emails Monday night that a department spokesman said contained 125
messages with material now considered classified.
State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the emails in question were
"subsequently upgraded" to classified. He stressed that none of the
emails was considered classified at the time.
However, the sheer number of emails that have been redacted stands as
the latest example of how much sensitive material was contained in
Clinton's email transactions. The FBI is conducting an investigation
into whether classified information that passed through Clinton's
so-called "homebrew" server was mishandled. Clinton, the Democratic
presidential front-runner, has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.
Police want Obama to cool rhetoric blamed for violence
Say Black Lives Matter stirs climate of violence
Law enforcement officials are frustrated by the Obama administration’s
failure to address the “anti-cop” rhetoric coming from the Black Lives
Matter movement, and some fear it’s promoting a climate of violence
against police officers that may have contributed to Friday’s fatal
ambush of a Houston sheriff’s deputy.
Noting that President Obama and other administration officials have
quickly spoken out after shootings involving black civilians, Ronald T.
Hosko, president of the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, said
officers are yearning to hear similar support when officers are
“Where are their voices today? Who is going to be the adult in the room
to pull these groups together?” Mr. Hosko said. “Somebody needs to do
it. I don’t see and hear from the president when a cop gets shot and
Hillary Received Plan to Impeach Clarence Thomas
Hillary Clinton's recently released emails includes a memo sent by David Brock titled, "Memo on Impeaching Clarence Thomas."
The purpose of the document might suggest Clinton, or at least those
closest to her and in her circle, are interested in impeaching Justice
Hillary's email reveal: John Boehner is a lazy 'alcoholic', aide insists
In one of the newly-released emails from former Secretary
of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, longtime Clinton confidante Sidney
Blumenthal calls House Speaker John A. Boehner “alcoholic” and “lazy”
and said he is despised by younger Republicans in the House.
The email, dated Nov. 2, 2010, had the subject line “H: election day
memo on post-midterms. Sid.” On the same day, Republicans re-took
control of the U.S. House of Representatives, which eventually elevated
Mr. Boehner, Ohio Republican, in January 2011 to the title he now holds.
“Boehner is despised by the younger, more conservative members of the
House Republican Conference,” Mr. Blumenthal wrote. “They are repelled
by his personal behavior. He is louche, alcoholic, lazy, and without any
commitment to any principle.”
Cheney: Obama Leading US to Nuclear War
President Barack Obama's deal with Iran will likely result in “the
first use of a nuclear weapon since Hiroshima and Nagasaki,” former Vice
President Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz Cheney wrote in an op-ed for
the Wall Street Journal.
"Among the many dangerous deficiencies in his nuclear deal with Iran is
the irreversible damage it will do to the international nonproliferation
regime contained in the NPT (Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty),” the
“Allowing the Iranians to continue to enrich uranium and agreeing to the
removal of all restraints on their nuclear program in a few short years
virtually guarantees that they will become a nuclear-weapons state,
thus undermining the fundamental agreement at the heart of the NPT.
President Obama is unraveling this international structure as part of an
agreement that provides a pathway for the world’s worst state-sponsor
of terror to acquire nuclear weapons.
Obama's green pressure tactics exposed
Governors, climate activists help sell agenda
The Obama administration, top climate change crusaders and governors
from across the country have engaged in a highly coordinated effort to
publicly sell the president’s green agenda and put private pressure on
opponents, according to newly released emails and other records obtained
through Freedom of Information Act requests.
The striking report from the Energy and Environment Legal Institute’s
Christopher Horner — who first revealed Lisa P. Jackson’s use of private
email accounts and aliases while at the helm of the Environmental
Protection Agency — sheds new light on the level of cooperation among
top White House officials, billionaire and climate change activist Tom
Steyer, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear and
other backers of Mr. Obama’s global warming regulations, including
restrictions on carbon pollution from power plants.
The documents show frequent communication and meetings among Democratic
officials at the state and federal levels and, among other environmental
groups, representatives of NextGen Climate, a leading climate change
advocacy group led by Mr. Steyer.
The strategy centered on, among other things, Democratic governors’
offices enlisting utility companies to put pressure on Republican
governors who are vehemently opposed to Mr. Obama’s environmental
Ayatollah a 'Religious Nazi' says Lindsey Graham
The money the United States and its allies is giving Iran will "go into
their war machine, not roads and bridges," GOP presidential candidate
Lindsey Graham said Tuesday, warning that the Middle Eastern stronghold
will have a nuclear device in 15 years, even if it doesn't cheat on the
agreement that has been reached.
"To my friends who say it's this deal or a war, that's a false choice," Graham told CNN's "New Day" program.
"At the end of the day, you've empowered the Ayatollah ... this guy is a
religious Nazi and he will over time, use whatever weapons he develops
or buys against us and Israel."
Jeb Strikes Back--Hammers the 'Real Donald Trump' in Web video
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign released a video
Tuesday that purports to show the “real Donald Trump” using past
statements from the billionaire businessman saying he is “very
pro-choice” and praising former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham
Clinton as a “terrific woman.”
“I lived in New York City and Manhattan all my life, okay? So, you know,
my views are a little bit different than if I lived in Iowa,” Mr.
Trump, one of Mr. Bush’s chief 2016 GOP rivals, says in the ad in a clip
that’s dated Oct. 24, 1999.
It also shows a 1999 clip of Mr. Trump saying he is “very pro-choice”
and a clip from the first GOP presidential debate in which Mr. Trump
says a single-payer health care system works in Canada and “incredibly
well” in Scotland.
Ninth Planned Parenthood video fro pro-life CMP group
A ninth undercover video from the pro-life group Center for Medical
Progress shows a woman identified as a procurement manager with a
nonprofit medical company appearing to discuss details of the process
behind fetal tissue collection.
“I literally have had women come in and go in the O.R. and they’re back
out in three minutes, and I’m going, ‘What’s going on?’ Oh yeah, the
fetus was already in the vaginal canal. Whenever we put her in the
stirrups, it just fell out,” says a woman identified as Perrin Larton,
procurement manager with the California-based Advanced BioScience
“So you know, because if they’ve had a lot of births, then that’s kind
of what happens,” she says. “But most of the time it is not intact.”
Oil exports could lower gas prices?
Exporting oil abroad would not drive up domestic gasoline prices, a
federal study says, putting new pressure on President Obama to
green-light sales of U.S. fuel around the world.
Tuesday’s Energy Information Administration data come as the
administration continues to resist large-scale oil exports, though the
White House in recent weeks has softened its stance slightly and has,
for example, allowed limited crude oil sales to Mexico.
But the nation’s broad ban on oil exports remains in effect, and
critics still contend sending American fuel overseas could drive up gas
prices at home.
New pronouns for the traveling freak show
Caitlyn Jenner, taking pride in his or her decolletage with a smart new
frock for his famous Vanity Fair photo shoot, started the madness of
the summer of ‘15, but he’s got nothing on the educationist
establishment. They’re nothing but boobs (and proud of it).
The University of Tennessee, once known mostly for football as she was
meant to be played, has joined seats of advanced learning in Michigan,
Maryland, North Carolina and Vermont in performing imaginative radical
surgery on the language. We can be sure that California will not be far
Though the new pronouns are not official university policy, not yet,
the university’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion is officially
encouraging students, professors, athletes, cooks, parking-lot
attendants, groundskeepers, latrine orderlies and many others —
everyone who bleeds orange and white — to think not only beyond male
and female, but beyond the pronouns used for centuries to describe such
creatures. The new, gender-neutral pronouns are “xe,” “xym,” and “xyr.”
And you thought “Ms.” (pronounced “Mzz”), invented to describe women
who had not yet caught a man, was gross enough.
When the intelligence community is exposed
The U.S. must protect its employees from foreign lawsuits
Hacking is today’s growth industry. The numbers are staggering.
Thirty-two million users of the Ashley Madison sex-sharing website were
exposed. Home Depot lost 56 million accounts; Anthem, 80 million; JP
Morgan Chase, 76 million; eBay, 145 million; Sony PlayStation Network,
77 million; and TJ Maxx, 94 million records. All of these hacks have
caused massive disruption to the targeted organization, legal liability
for cyber-negligence, and anguish to consumers.
The U.S. government also is under siege, and along with it the
intelligence community (IC), which is a priority target. The recent
hacking of the Office of Personnel Management likely exposed the
identities of some current and former IC employees. That data breach
alone is unlikely to have compromised all IC employees. But when face
recognition methods, sophisticated big-data techniques and
cross-indexing of multiple data bases such as consumer, insurance or
state records, are woven together, it is reasonable to expect most
former and even current IC employees eventually will be identified. And
when that happens, their identities undoubtedly will be published on
the Internet for everyone in the world to see. Then what?