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Report: FBI Recovers Deleted Hillary Clinton Emails

The FBI has reportedly been able to recover emails deleted from Hillary Clinton’s email server in its investigation of her use of a personal, private server for official business as Secretary of State. From Bloomberg Politics:  The FBI has recovered … Continue reading

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Judge Jeanine Pirro – I want a Woman President But Not You

On tonight’s Justice with Judge Jeanine, the judge talked about Hillary Clinton’s upcoming announcement that she will run for president in 2016. Judge Pirro said: “I want someone who cares about us, someone who cares about the American people. Hillary … Continue reading

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Head of Benghazi Probe Says no Witnesses Off Limits

(Video) The Republican head of the Benghazi Select Committee warned Tuesday that no witnesses would be off limits in its upcoming probe and that he would consider going to court, if necessary, to compel testimony. “I can’t skip over a … Continue reading

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Smartest Woman in America

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Jason Mattera Ambushes Hillary Clinton at Book Signing

“If you could make it out to Christopher Stevens? I think you know him.” In yet another one of his ambush videos, guerilla conservative Jason Mattera attended one of Hillary Clinton’s Hard Choices book signings and served up some cringe-inducing “social justice” … Continue reading

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Cowardly Lying Hearts

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DNC Attendees Can’t Name a Single Hillary Accomplishment

(Subtitle: What difference at this point does it make?) Last week, the Democratic Party had their winter meeting and MRCTV’s Dan Joseph decided to ask DNC committee members and guests if they’re ready for Hillary–and why. Read more at: cnsnews.com.

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Trey Gowdy Asks the Questions the Media Won’t Ask

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R. SC) asks the tough questions about Benghazi that the media won’t ask.  But there’s a twist:  He asked these questions of reporters, kind of a reverse press conference so to speak.  Post continues below the video. … Continue reading

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Preventable

At this point, it makes a difference! Hat tip: townhall.com

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State Department Names Groups Behind Benghazi Strike

The State Department on Friday for the first time blamed specific groups and militants for the 2012 Benghazi attack, designating them as terrorists — a move that further undermines initial claims the attack was spontaneous. The department announced that it … Continue reading

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