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Judicial Watch files show Clinton hacks occurred as WikiLeaks released info disclosing China hacking

Most media are jumping on a release Judicial Watch published today showing then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s email system hosted on private unsecured servers “was hacked 10 times in two days from November 27-29 [2010].” What media aren’t doing is … Continue reading

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Day 1 Tweets run gamut from praise for Giuliani to Uncle Tom; insults for Benghazi mom

As should be expected, Tweets about the Republican convention in Cleveland (OH) ran the gamut after opening day. There was widespread praise for former NY mayor Rudy Giuliani’s speech. There were ‘Uncle Tom’ insults aimed at black Republicans. And Pat … Continue reading

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Top Hillary donor ensnared in UK suit over prostitutes and Libya fund trades

Another top donor in the course of Hillary Clinton’s government career is engulfed in yet another scandal. This time, there are allegations the donor used prostitutes and other favors as part of tactics to “win business from the Libyan Investment … Continue reading

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Yes, the donkey drives media from Facebook to national news outlets

I’ve long said national media is beholding to one political party, and that isn’t likely to change soon. For Democrats, national media of all types function as a de facto arm of the party. That, in my opinion, is the … Continue reading

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Foreign policy blunder: Facts upend Obama and media on refugee claims

President Barack Obama misjudged security concerns about the refugee crisis spilling from Europe into the US homeland, and a speech he gave in the Philippines this week indicates another foreign policy blunder. Choosing to inject the US 2016 presidential race … Continue reading

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As Democrat race for nomination expands by one, Mrs. Clinton escapes Libya

None of the news coming from Libya these days is good, yet Hillary Clinton has managed to escape the conflagration she helped President Barack Obama create. Clinton now has an arguably viable opponent for her party’s 2016 nomination for president … Continue reading

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California opens season on drivers’ licenses, but Mexico holds firm

California’s open season on drivers’ licenses has begun, but in the country with the most impact on US immigration, it’s not so easy to get a license. Mexico is a major actor in undermining US sovereignty, but our southern neighbor … Continue reading

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