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  • Mueller and Rosenstein Hid Clinton-Russia Bribery Scandal From Congress- MUST RESIGN IMMEDIATELY

    10/18/2017 6:35:24 AM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 92 replies
    GP ^ | 10/18/17 | Jim Hoft
    Attorney and FOX News Contributor Gregg Jarrett joined Sean Hannity to discuss the illegal money laundering and bribery of the Clinton Foundation.   It was reported earlier today that the FBI uncovered Russian bribery of the Clintons in 2009 and the Department of Justice and the FBI sat on this for four more years. Worse yet, from today’s report we discovered the investigation was supervised by then-U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein, who is now President Trump’s Deputy Attorney General, and then-Assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who is now the deputy FBI director under Trump.Rosenstein and Mueller also sat on the CFIUS committee that approved...
  • Breaking: Hillary Likely to be Indicted in Next 60 Days, Says Federal Prosecutor

    01/06/2016 7:31:49 PM PST · by conservativejoy · 70 replies
    Right Wing News ^ | 1/6/2016 | staff
    Hillary could be indicted in 60 to many American's ears, BUT is it too good to be true? According to, Joe DiGenova a former federal prosecutor, it quite possible! A Republican former U.S. attorney believes Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton could be facing imminent indictment over her email scandal, possibly roiling the Iowa caucuses or the New Hampshire primary in February. Joe DiGenova, a one-time federal prosecutor originally appointed by President Reagan, told conservative radio host Laura Ingraham Tuesday that the FBI's still-pending investigation of Clinton's email server seems to have reached ‘a critical mass.' Congressional Republicans last spring...
  • Former U.S. attorney: Clinton could face criminal indictment

    01/05/2016 3:44:49 PM PST · by doug from upland · 25 replies
    wash examiner ^ | 1-5-16 | sarah westwood
    A former U.S. attorney thinks Hillary Clinton could face a criminal indictment from the FBI within the next 60 days. Joe DiGenova, a Republican U.S. attorney appointed by President Reagan, said Clinton's "biggest problem right now" is the open FBI investigation into the contents of her private emails. "They have reached a critical mass in their investigation of the secretary and all of her senior staff," DiGenova said Tuesday on the "Laura Ingraham Show" radio program. "And, it's going to come to a head, I would suggest, in the next 60 days." FBI Director James Comey has refused to answer...
  • The Left May Come to Loathe Obama

    01/04/2016 7:11:30 PM PST · by MtnClimber · 50 replies
    Commentary ^ | 4 Dec, 2016 | NOAH ROTHMAN
    As we glide with trepidation into another presidential election year, the American mood might be best characterized as apprehensive. The right, which has for nearly seven years eagerly anticipated the last moments of Barack Obama's presidency, is suddenly no longer certain that the next president could, at least, be no worse. Liberals, too, have their misgivings about the end of the Obama era; about Hillary Clinton, about the current president's legacy, and about the stability of the electoral coalition Democrats cobbled together in the last two presidential elections........The indications are already clear, however, that Democrats will come to see Barack...
  • Christie launches campaign website: 'Hey America, it's Chris'

    06/28/2015 9:34:22 AM PDT · by PROCON · 58 replies
    washingtonexaminer ^ | June 27, 2015 | Charles Hoskinson
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launched a campaign website on Saturday, ahead of an expected announcement next week that he plans to seek the GOP presidential nomination. "Hey America, it's Chris," Christie said in a series of tweets unveiling the website, Christie reportedly plans to formally announce his candidacy on Tuesday at Livingston High School in New Jersey, where he graduated in 1980 as class president and played catcher on his high school's championship baseball team. The website launch is the surest sign yet that he's in the race. The homepage leads with the slogan "Chris Christie: Telling it...
  • Chris Christie to Declare Next Week

    06/24/2015 1:56:42 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 35 replies
    American Prowler ^ | 6.24.15 | Emily Zanotti
    SNIP Look, I don't mind Chris Christie. He's plainspoken, he's got a good record of debating women without looking like a sexist pig, he's managed to elude the long and meandering opposition research tendrils from American Bridge, and he regrets most of the decision he made that are at odds with the conservative base. It is time for Christie to move on from New Jersey, too - his poll numbers have been steadily declining and his straightforward demeanor is wearing on the people who once thought it fresh and novel. But he's unafraid to be confrontational and, unlike Jeb Bush,...
  • Christie, Establishment Darling [Henry Kissinger Supports the Obama Lover]

    08/20/2013 9:34:38 AM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 8 replies
    National Review ^ | 8/20/13 | Robert Costa
    Chris Christies darkest moment, at least in the eyes of some members of the Republican establishment, came on a chilly Sunday night in early November of last year, just days before the presidential election. What Christie and his team did that evening, in a series of terse e-mails and calls with the pleading Romney camp, remains murky. On Capitol Hill, insiders still treat the episode like the Zapruder film, analyzing it and trying to discern, from limited context, what exactly happened. But what didnt happen is indisputable: Christie didnt attend Mitt Romneys rally at Shady Brook Farm in Lower Makefield,...
  • Democrats catching impeachment fever? Obama's actions in Libya Unconstitutional.

    03/20/2011 5:15:32 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 59 replies
    Hotair ^ | 03/20/2011 | Ed Morrisey
    If nothing else, Dennis Kucinich is consistent. He wanted to push articles of impeachment against George W. Bush and Dick Cheney over the Iraq war, which his own party’s leadership squelched in the summer of 2008 — when Bush’s term had all but expired anyway. Kucinich and John Conyers instead had to settle for “impugnment hearings,” which one witness called “slightly demented.”Now we have another military action from another president, this one without the cover of a Congressional authorization to use military force, and Kucinich wants to crank up the impeachment process, pun most certainly intended: A hard-core group of...
  • Michelle Obama hosts UN spouses at NY farm

    09/24/2010 11:31:28 AM PDT · by maggief · 87 replies
    AP ^ | September 24, 2010 | JOCELYN NOVECK
    POCANTICO HILLS, N.Y. First lady Michelle Obama gave her healthy eating initiative a global showcase Friday when she welcomed spouses of world leaders to tour a farm north of New York City, then treated them to a seasonal lunch featuring bounty from the farm and the White House garden. The spouses, who came from places as diverse as Cameroon, Mongolia, Swaziland and Latvia, toured the Stone Barns Center about 25 miles north of New York, which is both a farm and an educational center working on sustainable farming a cause close to the first lady's heart. And it...
  • Most Venezuelans Want Chvez Out in 2012

    06/28/2010 7:25:59 PM PDT · by Princeverdi · 27 replies
    Most people in Venezuela are hoping to see president Hugo Chvez leave in 2012 when his current term expires, according to a poll by Hinterlaces. 64 per cent of respondents want Chvez to step down in two years, up three points since October 2008. Chveza left-leaning leaderhas been in office since February 1999. In July 2000, he was elected to a six-year term with 59.5 per cent of all cast ballots. In August 2004, Chvez won a referendum on his tenure with 59 per cent of the vote. The special election was called after opposition organizations in Venezuela gathered 2.5...
  • Libertarians call on Democrats to end their 'war on dissent'

    08/05/2009 1:18:19 PM PDT · by VirginiaConstitutionalist · 25 replies · 1,190+ views
    The Libertarian Party ^ | 8/5/09 | Donny Ferguson
    Libertarians call on Democrats to end their 'war on dissent'White House urges followers to report dissenters, Doggett claims LP organizing mobs WASHINGTON -- Libertarian National Committee Communications Director Donny Ferguson released the following statement Wednesday, after Democratic National Committee Communications Director Brad Woodhouse released a statement Tuesday accusing private citizens opposed to proposed government takeover of health care of being part of a paid, organized conspiracy against the president: Whether its having the Franking Commission censor congressional opponents outgoing mail, sliming private citizens who question their agenda or urging their followers to report critics directly to the White House, desperate...
  • Just who delivered baby Barack Obama ?

    07/12/2009 6:28:35 PM PDT · by RobinMasters · 82 replies · 3,663+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | July 12, 2009 | Jerome R. Corsi
    WND has yet to be able to identify any physician or medical attendant present at Kapi'olani Hospital in 1961 who can recall Ann Dunham, President Obama's mother, giving birth to Barack Obama at the hospital or who can identify the name of the attending physician. The White House, despite repeated requests from WND last week, failed to provide any details on President Obama's birth, including the name of the attending physician. The White House also ignored WND's request to release President Obama's long-form birth certificate or to obtain from President Obama the required permission for official medical records on his...
  • Rezko giving Obama up to federal prosecutors?

    10/10/2008 3:23:10 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 45 replies · 3,024+ views
    HillBuzz ^ | October 10, 2008
    The Sun Times today gave a major clue that Barack Obama will indeed go down with Tony Rezko, sooner rather than later. It looks as though Rezko is about to turn on Alexi Giannoulias, the 30-year old State Treasurer of Illinois (who was elected only because Obama backed him). Heres where all the clues areand then well walk you through the local Chicago politics on how todays hint by the Sun Times has us convinced, for the first time ever, that prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald could indeed send Barack Obama to jail. We need to repeat that: we never believed, until...
  • Chairman Rangel (Pelosi must act---Dems took over promising ethical housecleaning)

    09/15/2008 5:48:43 AM PDT · by Liz · 25 replies · 288+ views
    NY TIMES ^ | 9/15/08 | EDITORIAL
    Mounting embarrassment makes it imperative that Rep Charles Rangel step aside as chair of Ways and Means. Rangel concedes that he has not lived up to the higher standard expected of members of Congress. His latest admission is that as chief of Congresss tax-writing committee, he was irresponsible in failing to disclose $75,000 in rental income and pay federal and state taxes on a villa in the Dominican Republic.......adding momentum to two earlier controversies....favored treatment in occupying four rent-stabilized apartments in Manhattan, and improper use of official letterheads to solicit support from charities and corporations for an academic center to...
  • Should Hillary run as an Independent or Third-Party in General?

    06/02/2008 5:49:19 PM PDT · by Brian_Baldwin · 27 replies · 277+ views
    opinion | 06-02-2008 | brianbaldwin
    Listening to the tone of many Hillary supporters, they are angry. Even the slaves in the old slavery states were considered 3/4ths of a person under law, but apparently the DNC and many leading Democrats - the same ones who in the General election(s) against Republican Bush demanded that every vote be counted - now demand that Michigan and Florida voters only be counted as 1/2 of a person. One could argue that the DNC elite, which is for Obama, considers these voters as perhaps less than even the slaves of the Old Democratic Party South. Putting Michigan aside, if...
  • Hypothetical Question: What would happen if the Clintons endorse McCain?

    02/14/2008 9:03:53 AM PST · by SilvieWaldorfMD · 23 replies · 56+ views
    This is a question I pondered yesterday morning. Could this happen? Hillary has been thrown "under the bus" by the likes of the Kennedy's, prominent black and Hispanic leaders, and even by women. The Clintons might have more in common philosophically with McCain if Obama clinches the nomination. DISCUSS.

    01/07/2008 6:47:01 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 381 replies · 614+ views
    Drudge Report ^ | 01/07/07 | DRUDGE
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  • Militant to sue over shooting (You'll LOVE this one!!!)

    06/18/2007 10:41:32 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 6 replies · 753+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 19 June 2007
    INDONESIAN militant Abu Dujana will sue the police, saying he was shot in the thigh by members of an elite anti-terrorist unit after surrendering, one of his lawyers said today. Dujana, who is believed to head a military wing of the South-East Asian militant group Jemaah Islamiah (JI), was captured on June 9 during a police raid in central Java. Lawyer Achmad Michdan said the country's anti-terrorism unit, Detachment 88, had violated the suspect's rights by shooting him after he had surrendered. "We will sue the Indonesian police and Detachment 88 and we will ask the court to examine the...

    05/23/2006 9:51:04 AM PDT · by Blackirish · 818 replies · 7,215+ views
    The New York Post ^ | 5/23/06 | John Podohertz
    May 23, 2006 -- IN my new book ("Can She Be Stopped?"), I suggest that the Republican best suited to the challenge of preventing Hillary Clinton's ascension to the Oval Of fice in 2008 is Rudy Giuliani. A Fox News Opinion Dynamics poll released yesterday offers some strong ballast for the idea: In a head-to-head matchup, Rudy beats Hillary 49 percent to 40 percent, the best showing among all Republican contenders. By contrast, John McCain has a 46-to-42 advantage over Hillary - besting her but not as decisively as Rudy does. Rudy is viewed favorably by 64 percent of those...
  • The Impeachment of George W. Bush

    01/13/2006 6:21:09 AM PST · by IncPen · 133 replies · 2,858+ views
    The Nation ^ | from the January 30, 2006 issue | ELIZABETH HOLTZMAN
    Finally, it has started. People have begun to speak of impeaching President George W. Bush--not in hushed whispers but openly, in newspapers, on the Internet, in ordinary conversations and even in Congress. As a former member of Congress who sat on the House Judiciary Committee during the impeachment proceedings against President Richard Nixon, I believe they are right to do so. I can still remember the sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach during those proceedings, when it became clear that the President had so systematically abused the powers of the presidency and so threatened the rule of law...