The collusion between the Department of State and the Clinton Foundation seems to have continued well beyond the time when Clinton was secretary of state. If anything, it is worse now and has grown to encompass the Clinton campaign. In fact, it appears that — at least in some regards — the State Department is little more than an extension of the campaign.
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) has done much good, but they need to rethink their support of a constitutional convention.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (D), formerly an enthusiastic ObamaCare supporter, now says the healthcare law “is no longer affordable for an increasing number of people.”
Recently leaked e-mails published by WikiLeaks show that Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department, Cheryl Mills, was also — at the same time — an advisor to the Clinton Foundation. The e-mails show that — while working her “day job” at the State Department (with Hillary as her boss) — Mills was working as an advisor to help restructure the Clinton Foundation (with Hillary as her boss). The lines between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation were so blurred, it would be hard to say where one ended and the other began.
In an apparent effort to protect Obama and Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the politicized Obama Justice Department dropped charges against an arms dealer accused of arming Obama- and Clinton-backed Islamist terror groups. Among those receiving U.S. arms from the administration's illegal programs, the arms dealer said, were al-Qaeda, the Islamic State (ISIS), and other terrorist organizations, some of which went on to topple and kill former Libyan dictator and U.S. government “terror war” ally Moammar Gadhafi.
A new investigative YouTube video confirms Democrat Russ Feingold's stance on the Second Amendment, while providing further insight into the Democrat mindset against gun ownership in the United States.
Among the e-mails released on October 10 by WikiLeaks were several indicating that the Clinton campaign exercised veto power over the content of a New York Times report — and that a CNBC reporter offered advice to the Clinton campaign.
As with the Brexit vote in the UK in June, the deadly reality of “open borders” could end up having a much greater impact on Election Day than the pro-Hillary media polls are showing.
New disclosures from WikiLeaks show that — even as Hillary Clinton denied doing anything wrong in her handling of classified e-mails — Clinton staffers discussed the scandal and how it “smack[ed] of acting above the law.” Far from the unified front presented to the public, the recently leaked e-mails show that staffers believed that Clinton was not being honest about her handling of classified information over her private, unsecured e-mail server.
A new batch of e-mails released on October 10 by the WikiLeaks media organization includes one that Hillary Clinton sent to her campaign chairman John Podesta in 2014 informing him that the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia were providing support to ISIS and other radical groups in the Middle East.