Last night the Obama administration handed Donald Trump a huge gift, as they admitted Obamacare prices were skyrocketing and insurers were dropping out of the program:
This may be 100% coincidence, but it still stinks. According to the Wall Street Journal, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a longtime member of team Clinton, helped steer a total of $675,288 to the state senate campaign off Dr. Jill McCabe, who is married to Andrew McCabe, the senior FBI official who would become part of the team that would lead the probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email system.
Nancy Pelosi: Republicans Only Support Trump, Because ‘They Don’t Want to Pay Their Fair Share of Taxes
Liberals in favor of high taxes never specify what they mean by “fair share.” What percentage of my small income should belong to the government? How much of what I make should go to the feds to waste on their latest fancy?
The last general election debate ended the way the first primary debate began with a question about Donald Trump accepting the outcome. As he did in that first primary debate, Trump refused to make a commitment. It is the public’s reaction to Trump’s refusal that will determine who won the third debate and possibly the election.
FBI documents released Monday suggest that former Hillary Clinton undersecretary of state Patrick Kennedy (who still holds that title) requested that the FBI change a classified email to unclassified, in return for a “quid pro quo” offer from the State Department.
Holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in Great Britain four four years, the founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange had is internet access was shut down by the government of Ecuador after leak two weeks Assange leaking the emails of Hillary Clinton’s campaign head John Podesta.
FBI Chief Comey’s decision recommending not to indict, or even open a grand jury investigation against Hillary Clinton over her use of an unsecured email server for classified information has led to mistrust and backlash by conservatives and Republicans in Congress.
Wikileaks isn’t the only one releasing Clinton related emails on Thursday. Judicial Watch released 207 pages of State Department emails it received as by winning a FOIA lawsuit against an uncooperative State Dept.