Tag Archives: Benghazi

Schiff storm: Did comments on Rice make him unfit to be part of ‘Russia’ investigation?

Now that the left has succeeded in the effort to push Republican congressman Devin Nunes out of the ‘Russia’ investigation, the rest of America should be asking questions about Democrats’ point man Adam Schiff (CA). Did comments Schiff made recently … Continue reading

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Will leftstream media dismiss the latest Rice scandal despite her handy list?

Despite contradicting herself again, Susan Rice, former national security adviser to former president Barack Obama, hasn’t drawn gotcha questions from leftstream (formerly ‘mainstream’) media. Rice is at the center of a major controversy on the level of the Watergate scandal. … Continue reading

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Tiegen drops a Benghazi bombshell at military appreciation luncheon in Florida

John (‘Tig’) Tiegen spoke at a military appreciation luncheon in Jacksonville, Florida, on October 25. Tiegen survived assaults on US properties in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. Attendees listened as Tiegen shared his experiences as part of a six-man … Continue reading

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Clinton’s Benghazi spin poses direct threat to First Amendment

Amid new releases documenting failures of both President Barack Obama and his then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton on Benghazi (Libya), Americans are blind to the threat the 2012 attack poses to freedoms for every person in the USA. Media are … Continue reading

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Clinton mysteries continue as ‘key’ email hidden by State released

President Barack Obama’s Department of State hid a ‘key Benghazi email’ said Judicial Watch, the group whose lawsuit has forced the disclosure of information related to attacks on US properties in Benghazi, Libya.

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Are media being fair when it comes to the sole female presidential candidate?

Frequent are the complaints about GOP frontrunner Donald Trump getting more than his share of free media attention. In contrast, Hillary Clinton doesn’t seem to shake out as well. Is Mrs. Clinton being handled differently because she’s female?

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Lois and Hillary: Peas in a political pod

Why aren’t Republican presidential candidates taking up the issue of reforming the federal bureaucracy? Not a single GOP candidate has pointed out, for instance, the progressive frontrunner for president and a partisan IRS bureaucrat are peas in a political pod. 

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