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Official Inquiry Finds Hillary Broke Federal Rules with Email Use

A recent report from the State Department has found that Hilary Clinton clearly broke federal rules with her private email use by ignoring State Department guidance and leaving her information vulnerable. An official general review and inspection from the State Department revealed that her personal server was breached due to hacking attempts in 2011, something Read More…

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Finally an Honest Politician: Congressman Explains How a Lobbyist Tried to Buy Him

“It was one of the scummiest meetings I’ve ever been in,” said Rep. Thomas Massie of a proposal from a lobbyist to help place him in the powerful, influential House Ways and Means Committee, which oversees tax policy, among other things. “He pulled me and my chief of staff into a meeting,” Massie told the Cincinnati Read More…

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GOP Lawmakers Capitalize on Zika Threat to Pass Bill Dubbed ‘Making Pesticides Great Again’ Act

House Democrats and Obama administration, meanwhile, criticize bill’s assault on Clean Water Act The Republican-controlled U.S. House on Tuesday passed legislation—newly rebranded with the word “Zika” in it—that Democrats say is in fact not at all about the addressing the threat of the virus but making it easier for pesticides to contaminate the nation’s waterways. Read More…

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Election 2016 & How ‘Big Brother’ Funds Anti Establishment

With the 2016 Election picking up some serious steam, I sat down with my good friend, alias LeRoy, to record a brief and long-time-coming episode of Altered Boy podcast. Granted, it’s not a very unique topic of conversation, but we felt that there were some serious points that are nearly always left out of traditional Read More…

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Bill that Would Allow Americans to Sue Saudi Arabia for 9/11 Attacks Exposed as Cruel Hoax

For all the excitement about the U.S. Senate’s unanimous passage of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), allowing the families of victims of 9/11 to sue the Saudi government in federal court, it turns out that the vote was nothing more than an illusion of the prospect of justice and accountability. A last Read More…

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So, You Thought Bank of America Would be Punished for Role in 2008 Crisis? Think Again

In a reversal of the smidgen of accountability forced on Bank of America for its role in the 2008 financial crisis, a U.S. appeals court threw out a jury’s verdict — and with it, the $1.27 billion fine BoA would have paid for mortgage fraud. Though the Department of Justice had alleged Countrywide Financial Corp., Read More…