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Friday, August 26, 2016

Republican Calls Grow For Second Look at Clinton Case


By Fox News, Aug 25, 2016 

More than seven weeks after FBI Director James Comey’s July 5 announcement closing the case on Hillary Clinton’s personal email use, Republican calls are growing for prosecutors to take a closer look – at everything from perjury questions to the tangled dealings with Clinton Foundation donors during the candidate’s tenure leading the State Department.

And on Thursday, Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy pointed out another potential problem with the bureau’s original email investigation.


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Trump: I Don't Want Votes From White Supremacists


By The Hill, Aug 25, 2016 

Donald Trump said Thursday he doesn't want the support of white supremacists amid accusations from rival Hillary Clinton that he's allowing hate to go "mainstream."

"Do you want white supremacists to vote for you?" New Hampshire's WMUR asked the GOP presidential nominee in Manchester, where Trump held an event Thursday.


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Trump: Clinton Ran "Vast Criminal Enterprise" Out Of The State Department (Video)


By Real Clear Politics, Aug 25, 2016 

Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire on Thursday and said the veil has been pulled back on the "vast criminal enterprise" Hillary Clinton ran out of the State Department. Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president, is expected to give a speech later in the day bashing the Republican presidential nominee.

"This week the curtain was truly lifted," Trump said Thursday. "The corruption was revealed for all to see. The veil was pulled back on a vast criminal enterprise run out of the State Department by Hillary Clinton. As the Associated Press documented, more than half of the meetings Hillary Clinton took as Secretary of State with people outside government were Clinton Foundation donors."


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Judge Orders State To Begin Releasing Clinton Emails Next Month


By The Hill, Aug 25, 2016 

The State Department must start releasing the additional 15,000 emails uncovered during the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's private server starting on Sept. 13.

The date is a full month earlier than agency officials had hoped to begin the release.

State Department officials confirmed the existence of those emails to a separate federal judge on Monday. They also said they would need until Oct. 14 to determine which messages were work-related and to prepare those for release. That judge had decided to give the State Department until Sept. 23 to schedule to release the emails in batches. 


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Jeb Bush Rips ‘Morphing,' ‘Abhorrent' Trump On Immigration


By Politico, Aug 25, 2016 

Donald Trump "seems to be morphing" into the very politician he "railed against," former primary opponent Jeb Bush said Thursday, digging into Trump's latest pivot on immigration, which political observers have noted most closely resembles the former Florida governor's own position on the issue.

“Well, I can only say that whatever his views are this morning, they might change this afternoon, and they were different than they were last night, and they'll be different tomorrow," the former governor told WABC Radio's Rita Cosby in an interview Thursday.
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Trump Contradicts Campaign Manager On Immigration


By Politico, Aug 25, 2016 

Donald Trump on Thursday implied that immigrants could eventually be allowed to return to the country just days after his campaign chief said there would be “no touch back” for undocumented immigrants currently living in America.

“No is not a path — there is no path to legalization unless people leave the country,” the Republican presidential nominee said to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, while also describing his evolving position on immigration as a "hardening."


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Why Men Make More Than Women In Hollywood


By USA Today, Aug 26, 2016 

Is the campaign to close the Hollywood gender pay gap stalled? The gap is still wide — wider even than that for average working women — and older female stars have it even worse, according to new figures.

This is not news to anyone in Hollywood, particularly women. But it's getting way more Hollywood buzz now in part thanks to agitation by such boldfaced names as Oscar winners Cate Blanchett, Patricia Arquette and Jennifer Lawrence.


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#CocksNotGlocks & Gun-Control Activists’ Idiotic Logic


By National Review, Aug 25, 2016 

On January 16, 2002, a former student at Appalachian Law School walked into the office of the school’s dean and opened fire. His rampage ultimately took the lives of the dean, a professor, and a student. As the shots rang out, most bystanders ran for their lives, but not all. 

Three students approached the shooter. One, a Marine veteran, was unarmed. The other two had raced to their personal vehicles the instant they heard shots fired and returned with their dildos.

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Texas University Students Carry Sex Toys To Protest ‘Crazy Law Allowing Guns On Campus


By Telegraph, Aug 26, 2016 

Hundreds of University of Texas students waved sex toys at a campus rally during the first day of classes, protesting a new state law that allows concealed handguns in college classrooms, buildings and dorms.

Organisers said the sex toys were used on Wednesday to mock what they consider an absurd notion that guns should be allowed in academic settings. The law took effect on August 1.


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Colin Flaherty Moment: How Black Mob Violence and Islamic Violence are Identical


By Jamie Glazov, Aug 24, 2016 

This special edition of The Glazov Gang presents the Colin Flaherty Moment with Colin Flaherty, the author of the best-seller, White Girl Bleed A Lot, and the author of the new book, ‘Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry’: The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it.

Colin discussed How Black Mob Violence and Islamic Violence are Identical, unveiling the ties that bind.

Don’t miss it!


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Thursday, August 25, 2016

Trump Speaks, Media Translates


By Town Hall, Aug 25, 2016 

"Do you ever get tired of defending Donald Trump?" a critic asked.

It isn't that Donald Trump does not say things that are cringe-worthy. It's that his opponent, Hillary Rodham Clinton, says and does things even more cringe-worthy. So forgive those who feel that Trump's supposedly "outrageous" statements are nothing more than selective outrage, double standards, and the typical "Republicans are racist" meme. Democrats routinely say vulgar, bigoted, divisive, outrageous things while getting a toll-free pass.

It wasn't Donald Trump, but Donna Brazile, then Al Gore's campaign manager, who said Republicans have a "white-boy attitude."

It wasn't Donald Trump, but Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri, who said, after Hurricane Katrina, "George (W.) Bush let people die on rooftops in New Orleans because they were poor and because they were black."

It wasn't Donald Trump, but Vice President Joe Biden, who, before a mostly black audience, criticized then-Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Republican resistance to Wall Street regulation, saying: "He's going to let the big banks once again write their own rules -- unchain Wall Street! They're going to put y'all back in chains!"

It wasn't Trump, but then-Sen. Hillary Clinton, who told a black church audience, "When you look at the way the (Republican-majority) House of Representatives has been run, it has been run like a plantation -- and you know what I'm talking about!"

It wasn't Donald Trump, but Debbie Wasserman Schultz, then the chair of the Democratic National Committee, who said that Republicans "want to literally drag us all the way back to Jim Crow laws." She also said, "The focus of the Republican Party on turning back the clock for women really is something that's unacceptable and shows how callous and insensitive they are towards women's priorities." And just last month, she tweeted, "Donald Trump and the GOP want to turn back the clock on civil rights and women. We won't allow it."


It wasn't Donald Trump, but Howard Dean, then-chair of the DNC, who referred to the Republican Party as "the white" party.

This brings us to one of Trump's most recent alleged "outrages." During a campaign speech, Trump warned that Clinton's election could mean several more left-wing justices on the Supreme Court, threatening the individual right to keep and bear arms. After all, in the 2008 Heller decision, four justices supported regulation that came very close to outlawing the home possession of a firearm. At a fundraiser last year Clinton said, "We've got to go after this. ... the Supreme Court is wrong on the Second Amendment. And I am going to make that case every chance I get." Later a top Clinton adviser said, "Clinton believes Heller was wrongly decided." Doesn't all of this explain why Second Amendment supporters are worried and confused?

What exactly did Trump say? He said, "Hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish, the Second Amendment. ... And if she gets to pick her judges -- nothing you can do, folks. Although the Second Amendment people -- maybe there is, I don't know."

The reaction was swift. Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut sent out several tweets. Tweet No. 1: "Casual reading assignment tonight: federal criminal statute on threatening to kill a candidate for President." Tweet No. 2: "Was (Donald Trump) suggesting his supporters shoot Hillary? Shoot her nominee? Who knows. It's all so disgusting and embarrassing and sad." Tweet No. 3: "This isn't play. Unstable people with powerful guns and an unhinged hatred for Hillary are listening to you, (Donald Trump)." Tweet No. 4: "Don't treat this as a political misstep. It's an assassination threat, seriously upping the possibility of a national tragedy & crisis."


It takes some kind of mind to interpret that as a call to urge supporters to murder Clinton. But the media was already off and running with its storyline: Trump, if he lost the election to Hillary, had urged supporters to kill her.

So, for your convenience, here is the Media Trump Translator:

Trump: "Lovely smile." Media translation: "I wish they'd bring back slavery!"

Trump: "Good morning." Media translation: "It's a great day to organize a posse and burn down mosques!"

Trump: "Pass the salt." Media translation: "Drink hemlock, you scumbag!"

Trump: "Nice tie." Media translation: "Your granddaughter should be beheaded!"

Trump: "How are you?" Media translation: "I pray that your wife gets ovarian cancer."

Trump: "How about that Michael Phelps?" Media translation: "May your sister get raped by an ISIS lieutenant with the Zika virus."

Trump: "It's raining cats and dogs." Media translation: "As president, I will force-euthanize all family pets."

Not only does Trump, like all Republicans, face Hollywood, academia and media, but reportedly Google, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are somehow manipulating social media to promote Clinton and denigrate Trump.

 The good news is that there are less than 90 days to go before election time. The bad news is that the Trump pile-on increases the odds of Hillary Rodham Clinton becoming the next president.


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Reince Priebus Backs Trump's Call For Special Prosecutor On Clinton Foundation


By Washington Times, Aug 23, 2016 

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said Tuesday that Donald Trump is right to call for a special prosecutor to investigate the Clinton Foundation, and said the foundation’s recent moves to possibly wind down contributions show Hillary Clinton’s conscience only kicks in when people start asking questions.

“Donald Trump is right to call for a special prosecutor that can be trusted to get to the bottom of this matter,” Mr. Priebus told reporters on a conference call.


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Poor Economy, Continued Spending Mean More Red Ink For Federal Government


By Washington Times, Aug 23, 2016 

The federal deficit will spike 33 percent this year, the Congressional Budget Office said Tuesday, saying the gains of the last six years are coming to an end.

An economy still struggling to recover from the Wall Street collapse has kept government revenue low, rising by less than 1 percent. But that hasn’t restrained Washington’s spending, which will rise 5 percent this year, as aging baby boomers continue to sign up for Social Security and Medicare.


All told, the government will end fiscal year 2016 some $590 billion in the red, or about 3.2 percent of gross domestic product. That’s up from 2.5 percent the previous year — marking the first backslide in six years.


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Black, Hispanic Democrats Slam Donald Trump's Minority Outreach


By Washington Times., Aug 23, 2016 

Leading black and Hispanic Democrats on Tuesday urged voters to reject Donald Trump’s attempted outreach to minority communities, slamming the Republican presidential hopeful as a “bigot” who has risen to the top of his party while pushing a hateful, racist platform.

On a conference call organized by Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, top congressional Democrats and prominent officials from New York City said Mr. Trump’s recent effort to court African-American voters is an insult.


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Al Gore, Climate Activists Use Louisiana Floods To Push Narrative Without Evidence Of Link


By Washington Times, Aug 22, 2016 

Few would be surprised if President Obama took aim at climate change during his visit Tuesday to survey the Louisiana flooding, which is why global warming skeptics are already raining on his parade.

The climate blame began in earnest last week with former Vice President Al Gore, who described the deluge as an example of “one of the manifestations of climate change.” Those remarks were followed by a rash of supportive articles.


“Flooding in the South looks a lot like climate change,” said an Aug. 16 headline on an article in The New York Times.


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