Clinton Foundation called a slush fund by charity monitor
Via the NY Post: “It seems like the Clinton Foundation operates as a slush fund for the Clintons,” said Bill Allison, a senior fellow at the Sunlight Foundation, a government watchdog group where progressive Democrat and Fordham Law professor Zephyr Teachout was once an organizing director. In fact, the finances are so bad that one major charity rating group, Charity Navigator, refuses to give the | Read More »
Baltimore Mayor on Protestors: Just Give Them Some Space
There are a lot of questions I want answered surrounding the death of Freddie Gray, but it should go without saying the protests that happened in Baltimore this past weekend, like the riots in Ferguson last year, are far beyond the pale. To make matters worse for Baltimore, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the city’s mayor obviously a Democrat, was complicit in what happened. In a press conference | Read More »
Looney tunes Wisconsin prosecutor, John Chisholm, threatens Scott Walker
Last week my colleague, Moe Lane, wrote about the utterly out of control Wisconsin district attorney named John Chisholm. Chisholm is a semi-intelligent Democrat party hack who has made the mission of his miserable, little piss-ant life the harrying of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. His tool of choice had been the use of a “John Doe” investigation. This tool, which allows Chisholm to investigate whomever | Read More »
The Priority of Fetal Personhood
From the bowels of the absurd beast that is Slate came more complaining this past week about the “hardships” facing women in this great land. Of course, this was from the mouth of Amanda Marcotte, the one who barely takes a breath between her sputtering accusations of oppression. The piece entitled “Which State Was the Worst for Women this Week?” didn’t give me much hope | Read More »
It’s Monday, so it’s time for a new Hillary Clinton ‘Hand in the Foundation Jar’ story.
Hillary Clinton’s State Department gave a LOT of its awards to companies that gave the Clinton Foundation money.
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Economy could sink sitting governors in 2016 race
By Matt A. Mayer (@ohiomatt), President of Opportunity Ohio. If a month is a long time in politics, then eight months is an eternity. Of the various candidates who have officially jumped in or set-up a pseudo-campaign apparatus, the ones with the most to lose between now and December are the ones currently sitting in governor’s offices. That list includes Louisiana’s Bobby Jindal, New Jersey’s | Read More »
The CyberSecurity Challanges of Telemedicine
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the breach of White House email by Russian hackers, why surgical robots are vulnerable to hacking and the tempting targets of digitized healthcare.
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If Only President Obama Weren’t Black
“If only President Obama weren’t black, maybe he would realize that people don’t dislike him because he is black, they dislike him because he is a self-absorbed ass.”Over the weekend, most of the worst people in the world gathered together in Washington, D.C. as a circle of jerks to sing each other’s praises. Sadly, there was no Samson to tear down the columns and collapse | Read More »