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HRC Can't Be POTUS From Prison

When I woke up Friday morning, I stumbled across this fantastic article written by Shaun King of the NY Daily News. It was a great way to start off my Friday. 613 more words

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State Department Publishes Report on Hillary's Emails

Hillary Clinton’s emails are once again in the press. No, she’s not being indicted, but she has been slammed in a recent State Department report which said that she never asked permission to use a private server, and if she had, the request would have been denied. 85 more words

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Redefining Dangerous: Trump, Clinton, and the Lessons of the War on Terror

by Michael Rebic, Managing Editor

Imagine this: a convoy of heavily armored Humvees race across a desert service road, leaving a dust storm in its wake. 777 more words

Hillary Clinton does not know how to use a computer to email

  Earlier this week we learned that Hillary Clinton stated did not want to use an official State Department email address because she was concerned her personal emails would be exposed. 434 more words

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So Many Warnings, So Many Lies: Clear Patterns Emerge in State Dept Doc

The State Department’s Office of the Inspector General’s (OIG) report focusing on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s calculated disregard for federal information retention laws not only excoriates Ms. 1,069 more words

Origins of key Clinton emails from report are a mystery

WASHINGTON (AP) — Since her use of a private email server was made public last year, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has insisted she turned over all work-related emails to the State Department to be released to the public. 936 more words

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State Department Inspector General: Clinton e-mail use violated Federal Records Act

The Weekly Standard reports:

A State Department watchdog denounced Hillary Clinton’s lax use of a private email server Wednesday, writing that Clinton did not properly preserve correspondence and subjected herself to security risks without seeking counsel.

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