Revisiting Clinton and Classified Information

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From FactCheck.org:

At his July 5 press conference, FBI Director James Comey said a “very small number” of emails sent and received by Hillary Clinton over her private server “bore markings indicating the presence of classified information” — contradicting Clinton’s claims that she “never received nor sent any material that was marked classified.”

But now we are learning more about those emails from Comey, who testified before the House Oversight Committee on July 7, and State Department spokesman John Kirby, who addressed these emails at press briefings on July 6 and 7:

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Mike Pence Should Re-read His Own Essay

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From conservative James Wigderson at Right Wisconsin:

Indiana Governor Mike Pence is considered such a safe pick for Donald Trump’s running mate that there must be something seriously wrong within the campaign. They’re not “letting Donald be Donald.” Where’s Omarosa?

While picking Pence may seem “safe” for Trump, it’s certainly an odd position for the Indiana governor. After losing a congressional election in 1991, Pence wrote an essay, “Confessions of a Negative Campaigner,” for the Indiana Policy Review, an apology to his opponent for the negative campaign.

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How Toxic Is Trump? – McMorris Rodgers Passes on Convention

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From Last Of The Millenniums:

Y’ all remember Cathy? Her State Of The Union response where she just made stuff up?

‘During Cathy McMorris Rodgers response, she mentioned “Bette from Spokane,” who was kicked off her health insurance and was facing a “nearly $700 per month” increase in her premiums, #ThanksObama. This was to illustrate how bad the law was, and how all Americans everywhere were suffering because Obamacare…..’

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A Little Background on Turkey and Coups

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From Infidel753:

Turkey is one of the Middle East’s two long-standing democracies (the other is Israel), but this week’s failed coup there is a reminder of how differently things can work in different societies.

After World War I led to the collapse of the decrepit Ottoman Empire, the modern Turkish state was established by Kemal Atatürk, perhaps history’s best example of a charismatic leader who changed the course of a whole country’s development. Atatürk, an atheist, was determined to make the new Turkish state as modern and Western as possible in every respect, including both democracy and secularism.

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Black GOP Senator Stopped By Police 7 Times In A Year

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From National Public Radio:

Following last week’s deadly shootings, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott gave a deeply personal speech on the Senate floor in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday about the “deep divide” between communities and law enforcement.

While many law enforcement officers do good, he said, some do not. “I’ve experienced it myself.”

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Palin Too Far Away by Covered Wagon for GOP Convention

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Raymond: Okay we made up the covered wagon part.
 
From the Washington Examiner:

Former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin isn’t included in the official list of speakers for the Republican National Convention next week, and Donald Trump suggested in an interview that her absence is because she lives too far from the venue.

“She was asked,” Trump told the Washington Examiner in a phone interview on Thursday. “It’s a little bit difficult because of where she is. We love Sarah. Little bit difficult because of, you know, it’s a long ways away.”

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“NY Times” Peddles Debunked Bill Clinton Haircut Myth

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From Marc McDonald at BeggarsCanBeChoosers.com:

In 1993, the mainstream media peddled the myth that Los Angeles International Airport shut its runways for nearly an hour and inconvenienced many ordinary passengers whose flights were delayed so President Bill Clinton could get a haircut. The “story” was Page One news in “The New York Times,” “The Los Angeles Times,” “The Washington Post,” “The Boston Globe,” and elsewhere.

There was only one problem: the story was complete bullshit.

But that’s OK. The media does sometimes screw up. Nobody’s perfect.

There’s only one problem, though.

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