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The latest batch of Hillary’s private emails are here
2016 Elections

The latest batch of Hillary’s private emails are here

Some  190 more heavily redacted Clinton emails have made their way to public domain, and, they're of pretty high interest this time. According to the email release, and The Washington Post,  a number of the emails were wrongly misclassified leaving a fake name used by President Obama out in the open. Perhaps things get really interesting considering that it has since been uncovered that Huma Abedin was the one to uncover such during the time the emails were sent.  So much so, that Abedin had asked other top aides why the emails had not been marked classified due to it actually being the President emailing. Interestingly, the biggest concern among Hill Conservatives and Certain Democrats is that immunity deals were handed out like they were nothing. Specifically, Bryan Pagliano, t...
Donald Trump: America needs “Stop and Frisk” on a nationwide scale
2016 Elections

Donald Trump: America needs “Stop and Frisk” on a nationwide scale

Indicating that a Trump presidency would result in a much larger scope of a police state in an already troubled America. At a town hall meeting with Fox News host Sean Hannity,  Republican nominee Donald Trump decidedly took to the podium to discuss his views on the controversial policy that is now largely seen as illegal and discriminative. Let's catch up. In New York City, where, for the most part, the policy first took place -- it is now largely no longer used.  Stop & Frisk was deemed discriminative after an abnormal number of minorities in America reported being "targeted" for no apparent reason by authorities. NYC alone saw dozens of cases a month, especially, among black shoppers. The policy quickly moved on to troubled cities like Chicago, whereas, it is still currently u...
Theresa May to become next UK Prime Minister by default
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Theresa May to become next UK Prime Minister by default

LONDON -- Come Wednesday evening, we're set to have a new Prime Minister. David Cameron, confirmed today that by Wednesday evening he will formally step down as Prime Minister of the U.K.  The removal of David Cameron from office signals what most already expected, that, Theresa May, will take the lead as the first woman to lead the U.K since Margaret Thatcher. Many have strong wielded May as the "nearest thing one could find closest to Margaret Thatcher".  May's only rival Andrea Leadsom dropped out of the race earlier this week. "Theresa May carries over 60% of support from the party. She is ideally placed to implement Brexit and has promised to do so. I have concluded that the interests of our country are best served by the implementation of a strong leader," Leadsom said. "I am ...
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