UPDATE: Arkansas bar to decide on potential discipline against Hillary Clinton

Finally, reason prevails.

 

She has testified far too many times with no results and just walked away thumbing her nose at our system of justice.

It’s time for the jury at a local bar in Arkansas to render a verdict.

Once rendered it will be carried out immediately.

Bring out the Clydesdales Hilda won’t be that easy to pull apart.

 

 

Drawing and quartering were the original punishment for treason during the time of war.(Source)

 

 

The WashingtonTimes

June 21, 2017

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton escaped criminal charges last year but her legal troubles may not be over — the Arkansas state bar has promised a decision by next month on disciplinary action.

And the State Department continues to probe Mrs. Clinton’s mishandling of classified information, with an eye toward deciding whether she and several top aides should maintain their access to classified information at the State Department.

“The department’s investigation is ongoing,” officials said in a letter to Sen. Charles E. Grassley, which the Iowa Republican released earlier this month.

 

The department said Mrs. Clinton still has access to documents created or reviewed during her time in office.

Meanwhile, some seven aides have access to limited classified information, the Department confirmed.

It said their access is also under review.

 

Mrs. Clinton sent and received thousands of emails with the material now deemed classified, including some with top secret information, from a secret account she maintained on a server she kept at her home in New York.

The FBI probed her email use but declined to suggest charges against her.

Then-FBI Director James B. Comey said she was too inept with technology for him to prove she knowingly put national security at risk.

But of course!

 

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Democrats Block Witnesses from Testifying in House Intel Probe

The audio by Mark Levine is just classic.

 

He takes the Republicans completely apart.

He explains the facts on this issue to the listener.

After this, it’s time for the “Fat Lady,” to start warming up the vocal chords, this party is about over.

Scheduled appearance by key witness Carter Page canceled.

 

 

The Washington Free Beacon

June 21, 2017

House Democrats are continuing to block testimony from about a dozen witnesses who sought to appear before the intelligence oversight panel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Congressional officials said one of the key witnesses, former informal adviser to the Trump campaign Carter Page, was scheduled to testify at a closed hearing of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

But Democrats on the committee blocked the testimony, asserting they needed more time to prepare.

 

“He’s the guy that many Democrats have been pointing to as the supposed mastermind and you would think they were interested hearing his story,” said one Capitol Hill official.

Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif.), the committee’s Democratic leader, did not respond to emails seeking comment on the blocked testimony.

Schiff has asserted in the past that evidence of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign is “more than circumstantial,” contrary to other intelligence and congressional oversight members who have said there is no evidence.

 

On Sunday, Schiff appeared to back off his earlier comments somewhat. Pressed on ABC News to explain the nature of the evidence of collusion, the lawmaker said: “Well, I think there is evidence. I can’t go into the particulars of our closed investigation. But I also think there is also evidence of obstruction. But in both cases, I would say, whether there is some evidence doesn’t mean there is proof beyond a reasonable doubt.”

 

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They are really not that far apart

By Jim Campbell

June 20, 2017

 

“Houston, we have a problem.”

Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders are polar opposites on virtuallyy any issue about finances and wealth re-distribution. 

 

Think about it, Bernie Sanders honeymooned in Moscow.

It’s time for him to return.

 

 

Fortunately, in the event things are not going well between them, we have provided a nice lexicon in the video below to come up with very meaningful words. 

 

In an attempt to help the reader speak “Engrish,” mo betta, the lexicon on all the ways the word fuck can be used is provided to help you speak “good.”

 

 

This should help cranky readers.

 

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Hope for new cholesterol-lowering vaccine which could help prevent heart attacks

A new cholesterol-lowering vaccine leads to reductions in ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol in mice and macaques, according to research published in Vaccine.

 

 

That’s right it should be available for use in the United States withing six-years if not just another dry hole that Big Pharma frequently taps.

In future, a cholesterol-lowering vaccine could theoretically provide a more effective and reliable alternative to statin drugs.

 

 


It comes with an RFID chip with its own antenna.

(Just kidding)

The vaccine, known as AT04A, triggers the production of antibodies that target an enzyme involved in regulating levels of blood cholesterol.

The enzyme, PCSK9, has been shown to impede the clearance of low-density lipoprotein – the “bad” form of cholesterol that is largely to blame for blocked arteries, from the blood.

 

In tests, mice fed an unhealthy Western-style fatty diet had their total blood cholesterol lowered by 53% by the vaccine.

Atherosclerotic damage, the build-up of hard fibrous deposits on the walls of arteries, was reduced by 64% and biological markers of blood vessel inflammation by up to 28% compared with unvaccinated mice.

The new results, published in the European Heart Journal, open up the prospect of a yearly vaccine jab to keep cholesterol under control in at-risk patients.

Researcher Dr. Gunther Staffler, chief technology officer at the Austrian biotech company AFFiRis, which developed the vaccine, said: “AT04A was able to induce antibodies that specifically targeted the enzyme PCSK9 throughout the study period in the circulation of the treated mice.

As a consequence, levels of cholesterol were reduced in a consistent and long-lasting way, resulting in a reduction of fatty deposits in the arteries and atherosclerotic damage, as well as reduced arterial wall inflammation.

 

 

“If these findings translate successfully into humans, this could mean that, as the induced antibodies persist for months after a vaccination, we could develop a long-lasting therapy that, after the first vaccination, just needs an annual booster.

This would result in an effective and more convenient treatment for patients, as well as higher patient compliance.”

PCSK9 is made in the liver and blocks LDL receptor molecules on cells that allow the body to get rid of harmful cholesterol.

The vaccine causes the body to produce antibodies that lock onto and immobilize the enzyme so that the LDL receptors can remain active.

Essentially it is an immunotherapy treatment. Unlike a conventional vaccine that targets foreign invaders such as bacteria and viruses, AT04A marshals the immune system to attack one of the body’s own proteins.

A Phase I trial testing the safety and activity of the vaccine in 72 healthy patients was launched at the Medical University of Vienna in 2015.

The trial is due to finish at the end of this year.

However, before the vaccine can be licensed and rolled out to patients, larger scale trials focusing on effectiveness as well as safety will have to be carried out.

British expert Dr. Tim Chico, reader in cardiovascular medicine at the University of Sheffield, said: “If similar effects were achieved in humans it would be likely to lead to a reduction in heart attacks.

“This was a well-conducted but very early study, using animals not humans, and many questions remain about whether this approach could work in man. The theory is sound and I think this might have the potential to replace the need to take regular cholesterol-lowering drugs.”

 

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Anger Privilege Only leftists are allowed to be angry

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism.

 

If you want to know who has privilege in a society and who doesn’t follow the anger.

There are people in this country who can safely express their anger.

And those who can’t.

If you’re angry that Trump won, your anger is socially acceptable.

If you were angry that Obama won, it wasn’t.

James Hodgkinson’s rage was socially acceptable. Yea right!

 

John Adams who said that during the Revolutionary War about a third of the people were patriots who wanted independence, about a third, were Loyalists who wished to remain with Britain, and about a third switched sides back and forth depending on which way the wind blew. (Source)

 

I would say that we are in a somewhat similar situation today, in that about a third of the people are alert and awake Patriots, about a third are brainwashed globalist zombies, and about a third vacillate between the two sides, depending on how the wind blows.

 

H/T Jim O’Neill, U.S. Navy SEAL, SEAL TEAM 2 for the great lead.

 

Haven’t we had it up to our eyeballs on the “Black Lives Matter Nonsense?”

It’s just another reason for them to lash out and kill, like Islamic Jihadists wanting to impose Sharia they are just as ignorant.

 

 

 

It continued to be socially acceptable until he crossed the line into murder. And he’s not alone.

There’s Micah Xavier Johnson, the Black Lives Matter cop-killer in Dallas, and Gavin Long, the Black Lives Matter cop-killer in Baton Rouge.

If you’re black and angry about the police, your anger is celebrated.

 

 

If you’re white and angry about the Terror travel ban, the Paris Climate treaty, ObamaCare repeal or any leftist cause, you’re on the side of the angry angels.

It continued to be socially acceptable until he crossed the line into murder.

And he’s not alone. There’s Micah Xavier Johnson, the Black Lives Matter cop-killer in Dallas, and Gavin Long, the Black Lives Matter cop-killer in Baton Rouge.

If you’re black and angry about the police, your anger is celebrated. If you’re white and angry about the Terror travel ban, the Paris Climate treaty, ObamaCare repeal or any leftist cause, you’re on the side of the angry angels.

It continued to be socially acceptable until he crossed the line into murder.

But if you’re white and angry that your job is going to China or that you just missed being killed in a Muslim suicide bombing, your anger is unacceptable.

If you’re an angry leftist, your party leader, Tom Perez will scream and curse into a microphone, and your aspiring presidential candidate, Kirsten Gillibrand, will curse along, to channel the anger of the base. But if you’re an angry conservative, then Trump channeling your anger is “dangerous” because you aren’t allowed to be angry.

Not all anger is created equal.

Some anger is a privileged rage.

 

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Stunning Coverup Maneuver: Obama NSC Move All Intelligence Unmasking Material To Obama Library To Avoid Sunlight

For those who understand the law, this is nothing new.

 

It’s the same mechanism that Obama is allowed to shield his personal records from public view once he left the White House.

The same rules applied to all occupants at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. before him.

The possible findings may include:

His actual birthplace.

Did he actually graduate from law school and become a Constitutional law instructor?

Aberrant drug use before and during his time hiding out in the Oval Office.

The big stunner here is that it had been decided years ago, that presidential sealed records would be kept in the National Archives and that presidential libraries were not to be used. (Source)

 

 

The possibility that he was a CIA operative who accompanied his Pakistani “Male companion,” Mohammed Hasen Chandoo there

Chandoo was not your average friend, mixing with the very wealthy and connected to politics, the CIA,ISI, and  M-16.

 

Judicial Watch

Tom Fritton

June 19, 2017

Records Sought by Judicial Watch May Remain Closed to the Public for Five Years

 

 

(Washington, DC)

Judicial Watch today announced that the National Security Council (NSC) on May 23, 2017, informed it by letter that the materials regarding the unmasking by Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice of “the identities of any U.S. citizens associated with the Trump presidential campaign or transition team” have been removed to the Obama Library.

 

 

The NSC will not fulfill an April 4 Judicial Watch request for records regarding information about people “who were identified pursuant to intelligence collection activities.”

The agency also informed Judicial Watch that it would not turn over communications with any Intelligence Community member or agency concerning the alleged Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election; the hacking of DNC computers; or the suspected communications between Russia and Trump campaign/transition officials. Specifically, the NSC told Judicial Watch:

Documents from the Obama administration have been transferred to the Barack Obama Presidential Library. 

You may send your request to the Obama Library. 

However, you should be aware that under the Presidential Records Act, Presidential records remain closed to the public for five years after an administration has left office.

Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) April 4 request sought:

1.) Any and all requests for information, analyses, summaries, assessments, transcripts, or similar records submitted to any Intelligence Community member agency or any official, employee, or representative thereof by former National Security Advisor Susan Rice regarding, concerning, or related to the following:

 

  • Any actual or suspected effort by the Russian government or any individual acting on behalf of the Russian government to influence or otherwise interfere with the 2016 presidential election.
  • The alleged hacking of computer systems used by the Democratic National Committee and/or the Clinton presidential campaign.
  • Any actual or suspected communication between any member of the Trump presidential campaign or transition team and any official or employee of the Russian government or any individual acting on behalf of the Russian government.
  • The identities of U.S. citizens associated with the Trump presidential campaign or transition team who were identified pursuant to intelligence collection activities.

 

2.) Any and all records or responses received by former National Security Advisor Susan Rice and/or any member, employee, staff member, or representative of the National Security Council in response to any request described in part 1 of this request.

3.) Any and all records of communication between any official, employee, or representative of the Department of any Intelligence Community member agency and former National Security Advisor Susan Rice and/or any member, employee, staff member, or representative of the National Security Council regarding, concerning, or related to any request described in Part 1 of this request.

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For all the roiling anger and energy at the grassroots against the Trump Administration, the party still fell short in Georgia and Kansas.

This article has the upstart, Democrat Jon Ossoff candidacy seemingly to be a national statewide referendum on the effectiveness of Donald Trumps first four months in office.

 

Factually, it’s a state election in a little know district in GA, and means absolutely nothing, other than those who voted preferred Ossff, who doesn’t live in his own district wanted him to be their representative.

 

Democrat prospects in upcoming elections aren’t promising.(Source)

 

 

Ossoff Has Nine Times As Many Donors In California Than His Home State Of Georgia (Source)

In many areas in the country, this is known as “The Clinton Way”

 

 

Bloomberg News Service

By John Whitesides

June 19, 2017
DUNWOODY, Ga.

Democrat Jon Ossoff no longer talks about making President Donald Trump furious.

But he may be on the verge of doing just that.

 

Ossoff, a political newcomer who launched his congressional campaign in the Republican-leaning northern suburbs of Atlanta by urging supporters to “make Trump furious,” now speaks in the measured tones of a moderate consensus builder and rarely mentions the president by name.

 

Local economic development and cutting wasteful government spending are Ossoff’s talking points in a race against Republican Karen Handel that has shattered records as the most expensive congressional contest in U.S. history.

Polls show it is headed for a tight finish in Tuesday’s special election.

 

A Ossoff victory would rattle Republicans already nervous about next year’s congressional midterm elections and offer Democrats a template on how to campaign in suburban swing districts as they try to erase the 24-seat Republican majority in the House of Representatives.

“It would send a very strong message across the country that we can win these kinds of seats,” said Representative Dan Kildee, a Michigan Democrat who campaigned with Ossoff in Georgia this week.

Democrats have much riding on the outcome.

On the surface, conditions seem ripe for a nationwide Democratic renaissance, with a historically unpopular Republican president entangled in an investigation for possible obstruction of justice and the Republican agenda largely stalled in Congress.

But Democrats lost two special House elections earlier this year in conservative Kansas and Montana districts that Trump won by double digits last November.

A failure in a more competitive district in Georgia, which Trump carried by just 1 percentage point, would be a morale killer for a party that has struggled to develop a coherent message beyond “We’re not the party of Trump.”

Democrats have steadily lost ground in recent years in state and local races.

Republicans not only control the White House and both chambers of Congress but also hold 33 governor’s offices, the most in nearly a century.

Infighting between grass-roots progressives and the party’s more mainstream wing has plagued Democrats, who have appeared increasingly vulnerable to Republican attacks portraying them as coastal elites out of touch with working-class Americans.

 

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