Myra Adams: What Does Obama Know about the Clinton E-mail and Foundation Scandals, and When Did He Know It?
Re-posted from National Review What did the president know and when did he know it?” That now-iconic question was asked by Senator Howard Baker, vice chairman of the Senate Watergate Committee, to President Nixon’s White House counsel John Dean on June 29, 1973. Forty-two years later it is doubtful that President Obama will ever truthfully answer that question as it relates to the mounting number | Read More »
Attention RedStaters: Keep asking why the IRS has not audited the Clinton Foundation
Thanks to all the RedStaters who have shared my piece that I posted last Friday. It is a sure sign of IRS corruption in cahoots with the Clintons that the Clinton Foundation has not been audited. This issue is breaking through so keep sharing the piece. http://www.redstate.com/diary/6755mm/2015/09/25/myra-adams-clinton-foundation-collusion-irs/
Myra Adams: Is the IRS in Collusion with the Clinton Foundation?
Does anyone remember Henry Markopolos? In case you don’t, he was the former securities industry executive who for nine years persistently, but unsuccessfully, tried to convince the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that the respected securities investment firm headed by Bernie Madoff was engaged in massive long-term fraud. Fast forward to 2009 when Madoff was sentenced to 150 years in prison for operating the | Read More »
Myra Adams: Yom Kippur Story – The Scapegoat Who Took Away the Sins of the Israelites
Author’s Note: The following piece was posted on September 26, 2012 at PJ Media. It was about the Biblical origins of Yom Kippur, the holy Jewish Day of Atonement. Now, three years later and with Yom Kippur beginning today at sundown I was feeling called to re-post this piece for RedState readers but with a new personal addendum at the end. | Read More »
Myra Adams: Why a TV Network Should Sponsor a Hillary vs. Carly Debate for Charity
Re-posted from National Review If any broadcast or cable network needs a ratings boost that would attract mega-millions of viewers, I suggest that it host a charity debate between Carly Fiorina and Hillary Clinton. In this scenario, the hosting network must offer to donate a large percentage of net advertising revenue (which would be millions) to Fiorina’s and Clinton’s favorite charities. In Clinton’s case, as | Read More »
Myra Adams: Lessons From the Holocaust – Why and How You Should Help Persecuted Christians
Re-posted from WND.com Between the years 1939-1945, when Europe was embroiled in World War II, European Jews were systematically murdered in Nazi death camps during what is now commonly referred to as the Holocaust. In 1933, the American Jewish Yearbook estimated there were 9.5 million Jews living in Europe. By the end of World War II, two-thirds of them had been extinguished. Why American | Read More »
Myra Adams: Where Are the Clinton Foundation’s Revised IRS 990 forms?
Re-posted from National Review It has been widely reported that Hillary Clinton’s faltering presidential campaign has started the fall season with “new efforts to bring spontaneity to a candidacy that sometimes seems wooden and overly cautious.” To test this new effort, here are some new questions pertaining to an old issue about the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation and the all-important IRS Form 990. | Read More »
GOP Nominee Needs 64 percent of the White Vote and 30 percent of the Non-White Vote to Win in ’16
It is well-established among pollsters that for either party’s presidential nominee to win in 2016 they must attract the correct balance of what is now commonly referred to as the white vs. the non-white vote. This development has spawned numerous articles and demographic math games whereby one can plug-in the estimated turn-out for Whites, African-Americans, Hispanics, and Asian voters and thus predict a party’s margin | Read More »
Myra Adams: How Trump’s Anchor Baby Talk Could Anchor Democrats to the White House
One of my all-time favorite quotes is, “You are entitled to your opinion. But you are not entitled to your own facts,” The quote is attributed to the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan, and usually applicable to any heated political discussion. Another popular alternative to Moynihan’s quote is, “Facts are inconvenient.” Attention Trump supporters: Here are some extremely inconvenient facts concerning the Republican Party’s chances of | Read More »
Myra Adams: Trump vs. Clinton – Potentially the Greatest Celebrity Battle in History
Re-posted from WND.com Here on RedState back in June of 2013, I penned a piece entitled, “Why it looks like Donald Trump is really running for president in 2016.” At the end I posed a humorous question I thought was far removed from reality: “Can one even fathom all the blood and guts that would spill from a Clinton vs. Trump 2016 match-up? There | Read More »