WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton says the governor of Arkansas should veto a bill involving religious objections in her former state. Clinton offered her views on Twitter shortly before Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson spoke to reporters about a bill similar to an Indiana measure that has drawn opposition from critics.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, a former Arkansas first lady, made a rare foray back into the state's politics, urging the governor there to veto a religious freedom bill similar to the law passed in Indiana.
Presidential candidate and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) thinks former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton probably violated federal law when she deleted a huge trove of emails. In a Tuesday radio interview on "The Dana Show," Cruz arguedShow More Summary
Brendan, it’s good to see one prominent Democrat speak up about this nightmare regarding Iran. Every single journalist in America should be demanding comments from Hillary Clinton (who has tweeted about Indiana but been silent about this), Chuck Schumer, and the other 45 Democratic members of the senate. Show More Summary
US Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and member of the US Senate Finance Committee joined Steve Malzberg Tuesday to discuss Hillary Clinton’s email issue. Senator Grassley says Hillary Clinton could be prosecuted over her growing … Continue reading ?
MARK HEMINGWAY: Meet the Men Behind Hillary Clinton’s Private ‘Spy Network.’
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She’s on the run, so to speak, from investigations into her hidden emails, hasn’t even declared herself a candidate for 2016 yet and her once formidable approval ratings are rapidly tumbling. Hillary Clinton’s email problems are taking a bite out … Continued
Not that we needed any reminding, but the Clinton way is indistinguishable from plain dishonesty. That’s how it was when she and Bubba were in the White House for eight years. And it’s how it was when she lost the … Continued
BUT THEY COVER FOR HILLARY INSTEAD: Mark Tapscott: Feds should have told national archivist of Clinton’s private email abuse. “State Department officials who briefed Secretary Hillary Clinton on administrative policies and procedures soon after she took office were obligated to inform her of federal laws and regulations requiring her to use an official email account […]
Part of this piece is taken from a video I made and posted on my YouTube Channel.[YouTube.com/user/scotthaley12]As Jeremy Scahill (a best-selling author and producer of documentary films) put it in an interview on Democracy Now!, "She's a raging Neoliberal...". Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton may be the neatest combination of incompetence and dishonesty yet to enter politics.
In sharp contrast with its intense scrutiny of Hillary Clinton's private email server, the media has largely remained mum on Senator Marco Rubio's (R-FL) own habit of deleting official emails sent from a private email account. MSNBC's...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, ABC’s World News Tonight with David Muir and the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley declined to cover the latest in the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal as the House Select Committee on Benghazi has requested a private meeting with the former secretary of state while a separate deadline concerning her e-mail server approaches. Show More Summary
Today News: "Elizabeth Warren on 2016: 'I’m not going to run' — and Hillary Clinton deserves 'a chance to decide'" (Eun Kyung Kim) (The Atlantic): "Hillary Clinton makes it hard to follow the money" (Conor Friedersdorf) Roll Call: "Bill...Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] Remember when Hillary Clinton claimed that it was for reasons of “convenience” that she exclusively used personal email on a single device while at State and we all laughed? Yes, well about that: Hillary Rodham Clinton emailed her staff on an iPad as well as a BlackBerry while secretary of state, […]
Here's the latest on Hillary Clinton's emails: The chairman of the House committee investigating the Benghazi attacks asked Hillary Rodham Clinton on Tuesday to appear for a private interview about her exclusive use of a personal email account when she was secretary of state. ....Mr. Show More Summary
The House committee on Benghazi has officially summoned former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to testify. The committee's chair, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-South Carolina), sent a letter to Clinton's lawyer on Tuesday expressing dismay at Clinton's failure to hand over her personal email server so it could be reviewed by a neutral, third party. Show More Summary
For a while, Hillary Clinton's critics thought the email story would be a clean, easy hit on the likely Democratic nominee. It's not turning out that way.
Sending an operative to Iowa like Michael Halle, who has ties with the Clinton loyalists Terry McAuliffe and Robby Mook, indicates a serious push in the caucuses there for Hillary Rodham Clinton's expected presidential campaign.