In a recently published batch of the “Podesta e-mails” posted online by WikiLeaks, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, told Team Clinton, “we are going to have to dump all those emails.” He added, “better to do so sooner than later.” This was two days before the House Select Committee on Benghazi sent Clinton a subpoena. It was the same day the New York Times broke the story on Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server.
Early voting in Chambers County, Texas, took place using paper ballots while a software problem that resulted in votes for one office not being counted was being resolved.
Perhaps it’s the stories about rampant Muslim-migrant violence in Germany and Sweden, or that there is simply no way to vet the Mideast migrants entering our nation. Whatever the case, a Michigan town has sent the federal government a clear message: We have no interest in participating in your so-called “Refugee Resettlement Program.”
As more abortions are induced through the use of drugs, many retail pharmacists may face the grim choice of their job or their conscience.
With the FBI reopening the investigation of Hillary Clinton for crimes related to sending and receiving classified information over her unsecured private e-mail server, her campaign is looking at a rough last few days of the race. Now, there appears to be evidence that — even though the Justice Department had previously scuttled an investigation into the possibility that the Clintons were blurring the lines between their own personal finances and those of the Clinton Foundation — the Justice Department may finally be forced into a position to conduct a real investigation. If that happens, the wheels may come off of the Clinton cart.
A report by market research group GfK indicates that half of ObamaCare’s enrollees avoid visiting the doctor to save money, underscoring once more that despite the Obama administration’s claims that the healthcare law has helped to insure more Americans, it remains unaffordable and inefficient and fails to service the very Americans it has enrolled.
What about Brazile’s co-conspirators: CNN/TV One commentator Roland Martin and Clinton campaign officials John Podesta and Jennifer Palmieri — and the other 96 percent of media Clintonistas?
The Pew Research Center released a report last week based on information from the National Center for Health Statistics on birth rates in the United States. Data found within the report could raise concerns over both the economic and cultural ramifications of the birth rates of foreign-born mothers in the United States.