Jon Stewart on “Her majesty’s” secret server


March 14, 2015

We The People:

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper, and Patriot.

Another vast “Right-wing conspiracy” indeed. 

Stewart outdoes himself this time taking Hillary to the woodshed and banging on her for several minutes.

He even calls her “Former president,”   sticking it to her further.

“Servergate,”won’t be the only thing to bring her down……………………


After weeks of arguments over Hillary Clinton’s use of private email to conduct State Department business, Clinton came out of the shadows and spoke to reporters on Tuesday.

She admitted it would have been better to use a government email address along with the private one she used during her tenure as Secretary of State. Clinton said she used a private address for her official work out of convenience.

The Examiner
By Lawrence Lease

She emphasized during her address that she went above and beyond what she was required to do regarding the private email system, which was allowed during her time as Secretary of State as long as she kept records. She claimed that she did not discuss classified information on her personal email.

Clinton’s discussion comes just hours after she spoke at the United Nations discussing gender equality. Clinton is accused of using a private email server that was installed at her New York residence and her own internet domain to conduct official business. Prior to this news conference, her only comments about the controversy came via Twitter on March 4.

According to Clinton, the email server was set up for use byPresident Bill Clinton. Hillary assured the media that numerous safeguards were in place and that there were never any security breaches.

State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki announced that they will releases 55,000 pages of Clinton’s emails as soon as a review is complete. “We will … release in one batch at the end of that review to ensure that standards are consistently applied,” Psaki said.

Clinton defended her process on deciding which emails to turn over to the State Department saying that her staff “err[ed] on the side of providing anything that could be possibly viewed as work-related.”

Hundreds of emails that have been released to the House Select committee on Benghazi, will also be released and reviewed before the entire set is available.

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The New Clintonite Defense On Email: IT’S THE MEDIA, STUPID!

dMarch 13, 2015

Fox Media Buzz:

The Clintonian pushback against the media is under way.

And let’s face it, we’re a big target.

Now that Hillary has laid down her “convenience” defense after avoiding the press for a week, her allies are starting to assail the media establishment that disclosed and is driving this controversy.

Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse called the story “ridiculous,” telling the New York Times: “I’m not indulging this bizarre fetish.”

Got that? Journalists are just exhibiting their weirdness, like a preference for whips and chains.

And for good measure, the Rhode Island lawmaker added: “You guys have lost your minds on this.”

No one can defend everything that happens in a media frenzy. The new Time cover, which appears to put devil’s horns on Hillary’s silhouette, is only the latest example.

Clinton’s exclusive use of private e-mail as secretary of State is absolutely a legitimate story. Does Whitehouse believe the Times, Washington Post, network newscasts and all the cable news channels share the same fetish?

It’s also true that the media can utterly obsess about fleeting controversies that later don’t seem hugely important. Look back at 2012: There was the Mitt Romney aide who talked about Etch-a-Sketch; a Democrat’s swipe at Ann Romney for never working a day in her life, Newt’s attacks on the press, and on and on. How much time did the media spend in 2008 on Joe the Plumber?

But how a presidential candidate handled her communications as the nation’s top diplomat seems kind of relevant, even if James Carville is dismissing the whole thing as “right-wing talking points” embraced by the press.

Still, you can see the emerging line of attack. Salon’s Elias Isquith, acknowledging that he was a youngster during the Whitewater furor of the 1990s, is appalled by the media’s treatment of Hillary:

“I must admit something. Despite finding her views on economic and foreign policy to be lacking, when it comes to her antipathy for the media, I can’t blame Clinton. Not one tiny bit…

“While I’m certainly used to seeing my colleagues in the political press devote their time and energy to cynical, superficial stories that few people outside the politico-media elite will bother to read, I’ve never seen them do it with such unabashed gusto. I’ve never seen them be quite so shameless about placing themselves, and their relationship with a politician, at the front-and-center of the national stage. I’ve never seen them be so gleeful and self-conscious about creating a circus, either. It is, quite simply, embarrassing.”

Well, the fact that he doesn’t hold Hillary accountable “one little bit” for a secretive style that creates media skepticism is, I suppose, a sign of his inexperience. Hillary’s aides used to write her memos when she was first lady, urging her to find better ways to deal with the press. (Said one: “Hillary is comfortable with local reporters and enjoys speaking with them. This will help us get around her aversion to the national Washington media and serve to counter the tone of the national media.”)

Maybe there is too much gusto over this story, but anyone who doesn’t think the media are a major problem for Hillary doesn’t understand how the process works. And they will be a major obstacle for Jeb, Rand and other Republican candidates as well.

Part of the craziness of running for the White House is figuring out how to deal with a cantankerous, relentless and sometimes superficial press corps. Because it doesn’t get any easier when you’re actually president. And voters have come to view the daily combat as a test of the candidate’s leadership and communications skills.

The press is divided, meanwhile, on the fallout for Hillary’s 2016 chances. The New York Times said Thursday that Democrats are totally behind her:

“They shrug off questions about Hillary Rodham Clinton’s email habits. They roll with the attacks on her family’s foundation, the big checks from foreign governments, the torpid response of her not-yet-campaign.

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Disclaimer: This article was not written by Lorra B.

Hillary’s Corruption Just Exposed BIG TIME, Brother Got MASSIVE Contract

dMarch 6, 2015

Mad World News:

In a bombshell report, a massive scandal about Hillary Clinton and her brother was revealed, involving her work at the State Department and the company he worked for at the time.

The Clintons have long been known for their crooked ways, and questions are often asked about their sudden, and unexpected, gains in wealth over the years. However, according to Breitbart, a new book due to be released answers a lot of those questions, and it outlines a massive gold mining scandal where Hillary used her position at the State Department to get her brother’s tiny North Carolina mining company a contract in Haiti.

Clinton CashThe Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich delved deep into how the Clintons were able to amass a net worth of over $100 million in personal wealth, researched the shady happenings with their beloved Clinton Foundation, and explained how Clinton used her time at the State Department to benefit foreign donors, governments, and companies to get donations for her upcoming campaign.

Tony Rodham, Hillary’s brother, sat on the board of the self-described mining company VCS Mining, who in 2012 was awarded an extremely rare “gold explotation permit” in Haiti, which was one of only two issued in the past 50 years. The same company also had on its board Bill Clinton’s co-chair of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC), the former Prime Minister of Haiti Jean-Max Bellerive. Isn’t that convenient? It gets better, just wait for it.

Hillary’s Corruption Just Exposed BIG TIME, Brother Got Massive Contract

Bill Clinton in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after the 2010 earthquake (Image credit: The Guardian)

The gold exploitation permit for the project in Morne Bossa is such a great deal that those within the Haitian Senate were outraged at the rate to be paid for royalties, just 2.5 percent, which is at least half of the going rate, according to mining experts. To make the deal even sweeter, the fledgling company was given the rights to renew their project for up to the next 25 years.

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March 5, 2015

#AceNewsServices – WASHINGTON UPDATE: March.05: Hillary Clinton has broken her silence over a controversy involving her use of personal email for work when she was secretary of state, Reuters said.

“I want the public to see my email,” the potential 2016 presidential candidate said in a tweet. “I asked State to release them. They said they will review them for release as soon as possible.”

The move is aimed at cooling a political firestorm over allegations that she inappropriately used her personal email for work from 2009 to 2013.

Disclaimer: This article is not written by ACE NEWS GROUP.

Obama’s Third Term? Why It’s So Hard For Hillary Clinton To Shake That Charge


February 16, 2015


Vice President Joe Biden spoke in Iowa on Thursday saying exactly what you’d expect him to say about the success of the Obama administration and how it should be carried on: “Those seeking to lead the nation should protect and defend and run, yes run, on what we’ve done; own what we have done. Stand for what we have done, acknowledge what we have done, and be judged on what we have done. … Some say that would amount to a third term of the president. I call it sticking with what works and what we oughta do.”

A third Obama term. The vice president isn’t the only one who feels this way. This, of course, is what Republicans have been saying Hillary Clinton’s presidency would be for monthsBiden didn’t introduce this idea, but it’s one thing for Republicans to say it, it’s another thing for the vice president to bolt it onto the eventual Democratic nominee. 

When I heard it, I was fresh from having read David Axelrod’s book Believer about his life in politics from his first political rally at age 5 to the celebration of Obama’s re-election in Chicago on election night in 2012. In the book, he recounts the details of the 2008 campaign, when Obama repeatedly said he didn’t want to give “John McCain the chance to serve out George Bush’s third term.” 

This is a standard attack. Indeed, Democrats are raising money today playing on the idea that Jeb Bush is a third George W. Bush term. The big obvious difference in 2016 is that Obama is much more popular right now than George Bush was at the end of his presidency. Bush’s approval rating was 28 percent in the 2008 election night exit poll. Right now Barack Obama’s approval rating is 47 percent in the Gallup poll, almost 20 points higher. If the economy continues to improve, that number could climb higher still and you could imagine Hillary Clinton saying, If by third term you mean another 59 months of continuous job growth and falling unemployment, then yes I’ll be a third term.

But what Axelrod’s book highlights is the way in which this kind of attack presents challenges that go well beyond mere association. In the 2008 campaign, the Bush’s “third term” charge was a way to highlight the contrast between the old and the new. McCain was a part of the Washington system, Obama was from outside that system. The attack created an appetite for the new, the flavor that Obama happened to be selling. Hillary Clinton may be a strong candidate, but she will never be able to pull off new.

Axelrod writes about a crucial lesson he learned from working on so many mayoral races. Voters want a “remedy, not [a] replica” in the next candidate, even when the incumbent leaving office is well-liked. He says this rule—which he learned most directly in the 1989 race for the mayor of Cleveland where Michael White, the Democrat, followed the popular incumbent Republican George Voinovich—applies to presidential campaigns, too. He wrote to Sen. Obama in 2008: “When incumbents step down, voters rarely opt for a replica of what they have, even when that outgoing leader is popular. They almost always choose change over the status quo.” This is a different formulation of what President Obama was talking about recently when he said voters wanted “that new car smell.” Clinton is associated with the status quo even more because she has the Obama years and the Clinton years attached to her. 

Given this view, simple distinctions between Obama and Clinton on policy or positioning won’t be enough to break the third-term lock. It will be very hard for Clinton to offer herself as a remedy because there is nothing that makes her so constitutionally different from Obama that voters will notice. She is probably, for example, a better deal-maker and would work harder at connecting with Republicans, but that’s hardly a vast distinction that makes voter sit up. Gender is an obvious distinction, but that’s not the basis for a presidential platform.

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February 12, 2015

Desert Musings:

Nobody out there ever accused Hillary Clinton of being the smartest person in the room. Hell, nobody out there ever accused her of being the smartest POLITICIAN in the room. And that’s for good reason. She’s a terrible politician. And when you’re running for president, you need to be a great politician. It’s like if you or I decided we were going to race NASCARS. Oh sure, it looks like fun, but get strapped into those babies and try tailgating someone at 190 miles an hour. You’d chicken out before you got there, trust me (I know!).

So it should be no surprise to any of us that Hillary Clinton is having problems already in her “campaign” which really isn’t a campaign yet. She’s had members of her inner circle walk away shaking their head, and she hasn’t even announced. The Priorities USA super-pac, the group that helped propel Obama to the White House twice, has really fallen short of it’s goal to raise $500 million for Hillary. They wanted to have $30 million in pledges from 30 people (and yes…that’s $1 million each) to be unveiled when Hillary announces her campaign. Uh….that’s not going to happen. They only have commitments from 10 people thus far, and the others aren’t lining up waiting to jump on the band wagon.

Apparently, all of those stories that she’s locked down all of the money on the Democratic side aren’t true (imagine! Hillary NOT telling the truth about something?). Apparently, the donors are staying away right now because they’re fearful that the Arkansas Princess is going to have the same crash and burn results she did eight years ago. Politically, Hillary has been described as “being out of shape and at a loss for policy”. All she can tell you right now is, she wants to be president. Yeah, so does my grandson, and nobody is donating to his campaign either!

I would have to say that while Hillary may be scaring people away on the Democratic side from actually getting into the race, she’s a LONG way away from having a serious campaign herself. Oh, she’s got a lot of people that have signed on. And a lot of those people have a lot of presidential campaign experience. But then again, her husband spent two terms in the White House. That shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. What IS a surprise is that she can’t seem to get out of first gear. Want my take as to why she’s thinking of postponing announcing her candidacy until July? She sees the writing on the wall. She knows the money isn’t there like she thought it was. Elizabeth Warren’s stock is growing day by day, and Hillary’s is shrinking somewhat. And even if she wins the Democratic nomination, she’s going to face the battle of her life in the general. And that’s a battle she’s not ready to face. She’s pudgy, out of shape (physically and politically), and she’s too much about making money at this point. The American people are going to leave her in droves when she opens her mouth with stupid comments like “Corporations don’t create jobs”, and “We were dead broke when we left the White House”.

Keep it up Hillary…keep it up!

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!










January 26, 2015

Arlin Report: (If you haven’t checked out his site, you should!)

The same night that Foster died, White House staff working for Hillary raided Foster’s office. Hillary may have been upset by the news of Foster’s death, but, as claimed by Senator Alfonse D’Amato (R-NY) in the comments related to the Whitewater scandal, Hillary’s chief of staff Margaret Williams removed certain files from Foster’s office (from
Many believe Vince Foster may have been killed in the White House, his body moved to a park. 3 men in red vest were seen running from the scene where the “suicide body” was found. A suicide victim does not move, obviously…….killers move bodies, would especially from the White House.

Originally posted on Buffalohair Gazette International:

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