BRIBERY EXPERTS WEIGH IN ON HILLARY & CLINTON FOUNDATION: Two legal experts have told Breitbart that they believe the activities of Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation, undertaken while Clinton was Secretary of State, violate the federal statute prohibiting bribery of public officials, 18 USC 201. When asked if the donations to the Clinton Foundation […]
In politics, what should be obvious is often obscured. Hearing the statements of various Republican Party candidates for president of the United States, and statements or press releases issued by Hillary Clinton, Senator Bernie Sanders...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton grew up in Chicago, Illinois. She attended school in Massachusetts and Connecticut. She then served as a...
As secretary of state, Clinton was charged with rejecting or approving weapons deals—and when it came to Clinton Foundation donors, Clinton’s State Department did a whole lot of approving.
Wait, what? The State Department says that Hillary Clinton paying Sidney Blumenthal was not a problem. This was while she was Secretary of State and he was giving her intelligence on Libya while State Department was telling her something else.
The smoking guns amount to an arsenal. It is now established fact that Obama and Hillary Clinton were lying through their teeth when they pretended they didn’t know Benghazi was
As Fox News said: “Recently released emails detail then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s interest in arming Libyan opposition groups using private security contractors before the fall of Muammar Qaddafi in 2011 – though at the time, the opposition was not formally recognized by the U.S. or United Nations, which prohibited arming without following strict guidelines […]
The Clinton Foundation paid a family associate as he advised then-U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Benghazi, a new report says.
On May 18, the New York Times reported that longtime Clinton-family associate Sidney Blumenthal was working with individuals who had business interests in Libya at the same time that he sent Secretary of State Hillary Clinton what she's described as "unsolicited" intelligence reports about that country. Show More Summary
A US judge on Wednesday ordered the State Department to begin releasing tens of thousands of emails by White House hopeful Hillary Clinton every month from June 30, rejecting a plan to publish them every 60 days. The 55,000 pages of correspondence cover 30,000 emails and date back to...
Celebrities are coming out in droves to choose a horse in the 2016 presidential race. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has, by far, the most endorsements so far, with a total of 30 actors, singers, and rappers voicing their support for the Democratic front-runner. Show More Summary
The nearly 300 emails from Hillary Clinton released by the State Department last week are shedding new light on the administration’s mission in Libya and its response to the deadly terrorist attacks in Benghazi. The emails include details on the … Continued
“Sidney Blumenthal, a longtime confidant of Bill and Hillary Clinton, earned about $10,000 a month as a full-time employee of the Clinton Foundation while he was providing unsolicited intelligence on Libya to then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton,” Politico reports. [...]
The former secretary of state is an unlikely reformer—which is precisely why she might be a particularly effective one.
In 2011, the State Department cleared an enormous arms deal: Led by Boeing, a consortium of American defense contractors would deliver $29 billion worth of advanced fighter jets to Saudi Arabia, despite concerns over the kingdom's troublesome human rights record. Show More Summary
The public will soon get a closer look at the inner workings of Hillary Clinton’s State Department, with a federal judge ordering that about 3,900 pages of emails from the Clinton era be released June 30-- the first in what will be a rolling series of disclosures over a seven months span.
As the Washington Examiner noted: “State Department officials are battling a pair of Freedom of Information Act requests for emails and memos that discuss the agency’s temporary inspector general and the influence Hillary Clinton and her staff may have had on his oversight of the agency.” “Citizens United, a conservative nonprofit, also sought any documentation […]
Batches of Hillary Clinton's email must be released by the U.S. State Department every 30 days starting next month, says a federal judge. Oh, this should be fun. Along with criticizing foreign policy hawks, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) casts...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Hillary Clinton issued perhaps the most pointed critique yet of her 2016 Republican challengers on Wednesday while campaigning in Columbia, South Carolina. Addressing the state's Democratic Women's caucus, the former secretary...Show More Summary