Tag Archives: Hillary Clinton

Inspecting the Inspector General

The Senate and the House of Representatives this week are poring over the OIG report on the Clinton email “investigation.” Committee hearings featuring Inspector General Horowitz and/or FBI Director Wray took place yesterday and today.

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Fake News, Russian Style

This is the epitome of fake news, showing the gullibility of the media in reporting such fake news (false flags) as real; our media’s susceptibility to accepting at face value narratives that fit their own views or biases (or fears); and the impossibility of trying to determine who’s a “white hat” and who’s a “black hat,” especially when it comes to Russia.

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Scrutinizing the Scrutinizers

This says it all.

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Mueller’s Questions

So now the most ethical, professional, and honest lawyer in Washington DC has allowed another leak from his “team” of persecutors prosecutors.

[An update in the interest of fairness: A NY Times story reads, “The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, recently provided President Trump’s lawyers a list of questions he wants answered in an interview. The New York Times obtained the list …”. That story makes it seem as if the list came from Mueller. Now, however, erupts a dispute over where the NY Times got a list of the questions. Some stories say the list was or may have been compiled by Trump’s lawyers or even “the White House,” although it’s reported that the list did not come from Trump’s “legal team.”]

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Comey’s Freudian Slip?

Former FBI Director James Comey is much in the news these days, because of his alleged lying, his leaking of classified information, and his whirlwind book tour. In an interview with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, Comey made what seems to be an interesting Freudian slip.

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Facebook Follies

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying before Congress this week. Millions of people around the world are interested in what he has to say. The stakes are high for Facebook as well as for our Republic. Censorship and regulation are double-edged swords. We’ve seen how the mainstream media “serves” the public, especially when there’s no competition. If social media end up self-regulating, then they will become just another echo chamber for the left.

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Stormy’s Lawyer and Hillary’s Mouth

Several interesting items appeared in the news, recently. One national, the other local, but touching upon a national story.

The first item comes from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The story provides local interest attached to the saga of Stormy Daniels, the woman who allegedly had an “intimate relationship” with now-President Donald J. Trump over a decade ago. Daniels entered into a “hush agreement” that she wants to go back on, now offering to return the $130,000 she took to keep quiet (among other things). She’s suing to have the agreement declared void. Her lawyer was the subject of a recent lifestyles column.

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