Via TheAntiMedia.org, With California finally mattering in an election season, it might be the final state primary before the Democratic race for president is set in stone. Regardless, recent developments have made one thing astoundingly...Show More Summary
US Democratic Party presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton revamped her schedule to add campaign stops in California as left-wing challenger Democratic Sanders continued to canvass the battleground state, the US press reported Mon...
This makes a lot of sense. Even while having to play by the rules as currently defined, Hillary Clinton should be running hard on campaign finance. Her stated positions on it are very solid, even if she has also had to raise a lot of money from corporate donors, perhaps making her reticent to focus […]
It was bad enough that Hillary Clinton was bypassing State Department email servers, ordering subordinates to ignore rules on handling sensitive documents, and keeping her printer accessible on the public Internet. But her configuration...Show More Summary
Contrary to click-bait headlines this week, the State Department inspector general's report proves that Hillary Clinton is by a long shot the most qualified and trustworthy candidate running for president. But don't take my word for it, take five minutes and read the report yourself. Show More Summary
There will be no criminal charges against Hillary Clinton in the flap over the use of her private server for State Department business. There will be no finding that Clinton broke any federal laws in using her private server. There is no evidence whatsoever that Clinton jeopardized national security by the use of her private server. Show More Summary
Chris Wallace took a Democratic congressman to task today for his efforts to wiggle out out a discussion on Hillary Clinton and the State Department's report about her email policy violations.
Democratic Contender Bernie Sanders and conservative radio pundits like Sean Hannity will readily admit that they do not have many common beliefs. But both Sanders and the GOP faithful apparently do share the opinion that Hillary Clinton’s infamous use of a private email during her tenure as Secretary of State is a significant cause for... Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — The report on Hillary Clinton’s email by the State Department’s inspector general last week was devastating — not because of how she handled email but because of how she handled investigators. The report’s revelations weren’t particularly revelatory: Clinton violated department policies and went further than predecessors in her use of private email, but [...]Show More Summary
Donald Trump “will not only attack his likely Democrat opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but also her husband and family,” ABC News reports. Said campaign chairman Paul Manafort: “Trouble follows the Clinton’s everywhere. People are frustrated with all [...]
Many have been focused on Hillary Clinton’s illegal use of a private email server hidden in her own home to send state secrets to colleagues as if her criminal behavior
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is the frontrunner to win the US Democratic Party's presidential nomination. However, her triumphant march to the White House might be overshadowed by her email scandal.
Are Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both looking to the Buckeye State for their running mates? Considering the importance of Ohio to both presidential aspirants, it wouldn’t be surprising to...
(Scott Johnson) John posted the State Department Inspector General’s report on Hillary Clinton’s private email server for the conduct of her official business as Secretary of State here. John also excerpted a few telling passages from the report that expose a few of the repeated lies Clinton has told about her arrangement. Show More Summary
After Hillary Clinton won the New York Democratic primary in April, her surrogates began relaying the message: game over, Bernie Sanders. Time to go home. It is mathematically impossible to win the nomination. Related: Hillary Clinton’s week from hell: can she shake off troubles to take on...
Hillary Clinton’s protective crouch by Ruth Marcus Washington Post Writers Group Columnist “I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.” — Email from then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to aide Huma Abedin, November 2010, contained in State Department inspector general’s report on Clinton’s private email use. WASHINGTON — This is not a smoking [...]Show More Summary
Speaking in San Francisco Thursday, Hillary Clinton told supporters that Donald Trump is not fit to be president. “He roots for himself,” the former Secretary of State proclaimed, “and that’s
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On Thursday's The View on ABC, during a discussion of the State Department finding that Hillary Clinton violated the agency's rules in spite of warnings by conducting business on a private home email server, co-host Whoopi Goldberg ridiculously...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton. (U.S. Embassy London / (CC BY-ND 2.0)) A campaign commercial that aired in upstate New York in April touted Clinton’s work as secretary of state forcing “some of the world’s worst polluters” to make “real change.”...Show More Summary