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Daily Bellwether -> FBI Reopens Case Into Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting

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FBI Reopens Case Into Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting

FBI Reopens Case Into Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting

The FBI has “reopened” a request for documents related to former President Bill Clinton’s 2016 tarmac meeting with former Attorney General Loretta Lynch. American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) President Jay Sekulow told Fox News that the FBI sent him a letter indicating officials reopened his Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) request, after initially denying the existence of records related to the Clinton-Lynch meeting. The meeting between Bill Clinton and Lynch, which occurred at the Phoenix airport June 27, 2016, drew scrutiny as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was being investigated at the time for improperly handling classified information. … Read More

Mattis Rebuts Bannon: NK Faces 'Strong Military Consequences'

Mattis Rebuts Bannon: NK Faces ‘Strong Military Consequences’

In what Politico billed as an apparent rebuttal of White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, Defense Secretary James Mattis vowed “strong military consequences” for North Korea (DPRK) if the rogue nation, a burgeoning nuclear threat, strikes the United States or its allies. “I just can assure you that, in close collaboration with our allies, there are strong military consequences if the DPRK initiates hostilities,” Sec. Mattis said to conclude a bilateral security meeting Thursday with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera, and Foreign Minister Taro Kono at the State Department. “Any initiation of hostilities will be met with … Read More

Two Former Wasserman Schultz IT Aides Indicted For Conspiracy Against U.S.

Two Former Wasserman Schultz IT Aides Indicted For Conspiracy Against U.S.

A federal grand jury Thursday indicted two former information technology (IT) aides of Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz — Pakistani-born Imran Awan and his wife Hina Alvi — on four counts of conspiracy in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The FBI arrested Awan at Dulles International Airport July 24 as he was preparing to board a flight to Pakistan. When his wife Alvi left the U.S. for Pakistan in March, federal authorities found more than $12,000 in cash hidden in a suitcase. She had withdrawn the couple’s three children from local schools and does not intend to return … Read More

Capitol’s Confederate Cleansing Poses Difficult Decisions for Democrats

Capitol’s Confederate Cleansing Poses Difficult Decisions for Democrats

Cleansing the Capitol of blemishes of American history could be a hard task. As Democratic leaders threw their support Thursday behind a proposal to take down any statue connected with the Confederacy, President Trump wondered where they would draw the line. Sen. Cory A. Booker, the New Jersey Democrat who called for culling the Confederacy, did not say what should be done about Richard Stockton, a slave owner who is one of his state’s contributions to the Capitol Collection. Nor did Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer’s office respond to a question about whether his office should be renamed from the … Read More

Put Parents in Charge of Education, Not Government

Put Parents in Charge of Education, Not Government

After three court battles, two legislative sessions, and an outside legal bill of over $500,000, we have yet to achieve what parents in Nevada want: the right, and financial ability, to oversee their children’s education. The lesson is one for the entire country. What went wrong? The Republican governor and Democratic-led legislature’s unwillingness to spend $80 million to fund education savings accounts, while being more than willing to spend $750 million on a new football stadium. Education savings accounts are a groundbreaking development that puts parents in charge of their child’s education. How it works: The state deposits public funds in a private bank account that parents use to … Read More

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