Clinton may be heading deeper into the woods on this thing, not coming out of them.
It should be remembered that Kim Dotcom recently called Julian Assange Hillary Clinton’s worst nightmare.
This is from the most recent Rasmussen poll.
The White House knew.
The attached article from Ron Fournier at The National Journal addresses an issue we have also found of some concern. There sure is a lot of money which has flowed into Clinton Foundation coffers from large corporations and foreign governments over the past few years. Some governments even gave money to the foundation while Ms. Clinton was still Secretary of State.
Valerie Jarrett, Obama’s key confidant, says not to worry. To her knowledge Hillary Clinton never emailed anyone at the White House anyway.
Really? The Secretary of State never emailed ANYONE in the White House? That seems totally normal and not unusual at all.
Hillary Clinton thinks, it’s fairly clear at this point, that the American people are idiots. That they can be duped. It depends on what the definition of “law” is.
Ms. Clinton, like her brother in bs Jonathan Gruber thinks that she is above the law, part of the ruling class, free to do as she wishes. She personally comes before the country, or the law, her former office, decency, or honor and she thinks the same stuff that flew in in the 1990s will fly again now.
Now, I’m not one to hide things.
Dun dun dun…
When you’ve lost CNBC…
She didn’t even HAVE an official government email. She did everything through her own private email as Secretary of State. Think about that.
Of course being a good liberal Stewart lets them off a bit at the end. He doesn’t want to come off as some anti-government nutbar. Still, a good report.
Antonin Scalia has often been called an “orginalist.” Meaning he adheres closely to the word of the Constitution in his rulings. But now he seems to be saying that he doesn’t think the 4th Amendment protecting those within the US from “unreasonable search and seizure” extends into cyberspace – the place where most of us spend large amounts of our time and do our business. If the files on our computers, our virtual papers and effects aren’t protected from government sponsored fishing expeditions,
You know Janet Napolitano says she doesn’t even use email. No need to submit a FOIA request for her communications then.
The good news is the Royal Post is being privatized. The bad news is Goldman Sachs and UBS are handling the IPO so there’s probably some sketchiness in the deal somewhere.
Still, I’ll bet the new mail company takes service up a few notches.
So who cares about the 4th Amendment to the Constitution. I mean, how passe can you get? Privacy and respect for the dignity of the average American citizen? Please.