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Poll: Which Hostile Countries Can Blackmail Hillary?

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August 21, 2015
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Hillary may have “wiped” thirty thousand “personal” e-mails, and concealed another thirty thousand work-related e-mails from FOIA requests. But many countries probably hacked her bathroom server, and have all her juicy e-mails to Huma Abedin. So:

Which hostile countries can blackmail Hillary? (check all that apply)

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A Reminder

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August 19, 2015
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If Mitt Romney had won 70 percent of the Hispanic vote, he would still have lost. If he had increased his share of the white vote by 4 points, he’d be president today.

Video: Watch Hillary Lie

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August 19, 2015
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Is the pressure getting to Hillary? She was very testy with [Only] Black Lives Matter activists (“I will talk only to white people about how we’re going to deal with the very real problems.”), and she’s making sarcastic comments about wiping a server with a cloth…

If you’ll recall, during her last campaign, she broke down and cried. I wonder what she’ll do this time…

We Suggest, They Comply

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August 18, 2015
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More than a decade ago, I proposed a simple, humane, cost-effective plan to end illegal immigration:

Step 1: A fake Social Security number is necessary to get a job. Implement a computerized system for employers to check if a Social Security number is valid and matches the name provided by the employee.

Step 2: Crack down on employers who employ illegals. Once you throw a few high-profile executives in jail, employers will become sticklers for checking Social Security numbers using the new computerized system. That’ll force illegal immigrants to “deport” themselves because they’ll be utterly unable to find work.

Since then, the Social Security administration implemented the E-Verify system, which allows any employer to check if a potential or current employee is authorized to work in the US. You can check yourself in E-Verify here.

Once the E-Verify system became available, large number of employers started using it. Eventually, Arizona required all employers in the state to use E-Verify, and states like Georgia followed. Here’s a map of E-Verify usage:
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E-Verify is so popular that Barack Obama (!!) signed an executive order requiring all federal contractors to use E-Verify. In his first year in office.

More than a quarter of all employees nationwide now go through E-Verify.

Which brings us to the next logical step: Make E-Verify mandatory for all businesses, nationwide. Mitt Romney supported that idea.

And, now that Donald Trump has endorsed that idea as well, Scott Walker is jumping on the bandwagon:

“I’d enforce the law. … It means enforcing the law. E-verify, making sure every employer in this country upholds the law.”

From a gleam in my eye, to conventional wisdom in both parties. Yes, we can!

“Platte River Systems” Kept Its Servers in a Bathroom Closet

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August 18, 2015
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Because that’s the best place to store Top Secret e-mails sent to the Secretary of State.

A British newspaper reported this, since our Lying Liberal Media is intent on covering up for Hillary.

Quote of the Day

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August 17, 2015
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Mark Krikorian, tireless advocate for a sane immigration system:

Maybe what is most remarkable about Trump’s immigration paper is that none of the other candidates beat him to it.

I mean no disrespect to his policy people, but anyone could have written it in a few days, a week maybe. The material is easily found online and unlike, say, health care policy, it’s really not that complicated.

Which suggests that the campaigns of most of the other leading candidates hoped they could avoid offering an actual plan, finessing the issue instead by mouthing platitudes for the yahoos without specifics that might upset donors.

A Truly Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan

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August 16, 2015
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Donald Trump’s immigration plan is excellent. Not only does it focus on illegal immigration, but it addresses excessive legal immigration as well. For example:

Jobs program for inner city youth. The J-1 visa jobs program for foreign youth will be terminated and replaced with a resume bank for inner city youth provided to all corporate subscribers to the J-1 visa program.

J-1 visas are given to young workers from foreign countries. There is no statutory limit to the number of J-1 visas. Companies do not have to pay J-1 employees the same wages they pay American workers, giving employers a strong incentive to sponsor and hire J-1s over Americans.

Why do we have this program??? Are young Americans no longer looking for jobs?

When it comes to immigration, The Donald has raised the bar for the entire presidential field. Why should I vote for Hillary or Jeb, who’d both import 100 million poor, low-skilled, under-educated, non-English-speaking, socialist Third-Worlders, and permanently stamp out the American way of life? I’d rather vote for The Donald or Ted Cruz. This presidential election is about America’s very survival.

ISIS “Caliph” Repeatedly Raped American Hostage

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August 14, 2015
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I doubt we’ll hear anything from American “feminists” about this. They’re too busy applauding that lying mattress chick with the sex tape.

Hillary Clinton is Disqualified from Holding Any Federal Office

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August 14, 2015
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Under the law: (a) Whoever willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, obliterates, or destroys, or attempts to do so, or, with intent to do so takes and carries away any record, proceeding, map, book, paper, document, or other thing, filed or deposited with any clerk or officer of any court of the United States,...

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Just What Was That Classified Info on Hillary’s Basement Server?

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August 14, 2015
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4 out of a sample of 40 e-mails were Classified. But two were classified Top Secret for good reason:

On Tuesday, the scandal deepened, as Mr. McCullough sent a memo to the House and Senate intelligence committees that said two emails contained top secret information that was compartmentalized as Special Intelligence (SI) and Talent Keyhole (TK). The two codes mean that the material came from communications intercepts of a foreign target and also from military spy satellites. Such data are considered the crown jewels of intelligence, for which access is greatly restricted.

Intelligence officials are aghast it sat in Mrs. Clinton’s at-home server, susceptible to hacking by adversaries such as China and Russia.

Why China is in Trouble

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August 13, 2015
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NRO’s Kevin Williamson explains:

Money is lent on concessionary terms to make transactions happen for politically favored businesses and investors on the theory that the resulting economic activity will be worth the costs. And it’s fairly easy to get away with that arrangement, because the costs are disguised as profits: A loan made at a below-market rate is a wealth transfer, but in the government ledger it looks like income. Simple example: If the U.S. government were to lend me $1 billion for 20 years at 1 percent interest, I’d be a very, very happy man, and even if I earned only modest returns on that $1 billion, I’d have around $1 billion in my pocket after paying back the original loan. In effect, the government would have given me $1 billion, but on the books it would look like it had instead earned more than $100 million in 20 years. That’s because government is accounting only for the interest I paid, not the interest it could have earned if it had lent the money at the market rate.

I know myself well enough to predict that I’d do some jackass things with that $1 billion. And China has financed some jackass adventures, too. The ghost cities are the most famous, but Beijing has also underwritten the construction of a great many factories that don’t produce economically viable goods and has used cheap credit to prop up enterprises and industrial sectors that are not genuinely productive or competitive. The thinking here will be familiar to those of you who have followed the various stimulus-package debates in Washington over the years: Sure, that cheap money may be contributing to overbuilding, but it creates a lot of jobs in construction, and it jacks up demand throughout the economy by increasing the domestic appetite for steel, cement, construction supplies, machinery, etc. The guy at the cement factory gets a raise, his family gets more noodles or a new motorscooter, the multiplier effect kicks in and presto-change-o, you’ve made yourself wealthier by throwing money away. Which in fact works pretty well, until it doesn’t. Eventually the Chinese government, despite all its tanks and brutality and nuclear weapons and gulags, must bow before Stein’s Law: “If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.”

China’s current economic reversal is being driven in part by a slowdown in construction. As it turns out, if you build enough ghost cities full of empty apartment blocks, then the oversupply in the market eventually makes it unprofitable to build more empty apartment blocks. (Counterintuitive, right?) Students of Austrian economics will recognize this as the old problem of “malinvestment,” capital’s being misallocated because of subsidies and other distortions. Who’d they build those apartment towers for? Who cares? If there’s free money on the table, somebody is going to pick it up.

Is Hillary Clinton Above the Rule of Law?

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August 13, 2015
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Ultra-liberal pundit Glenn Greenwald makes the case against Hillary:

When it comes to low-level government employees with no power, the Obama administration has purposely prosecuted them as harshly as possible to the point of vindictiveness: It has notoriously prosecuted more individuals under the Espionage Act of 1917 for improperly handling classified information than all previous administrations combined.

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In December 2011, Chelsea Manning’s court-martial was set to begin. None of the documents at issue in that prosecution was “top secret,” unlike the documents found on Hillary Clinton’s server. Nonetheless, the then-secretary of state convened a press conference to denounce Manning and defend the prosecution.

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“I think that in an age where so much information is flying through cyberspace, we all have to be aware of the fact that some information which is sensitive, which does affect the security of individuals and relationships, deserves to be protected and we will continue to take necessary steps to do so,” Clinton said.

Manning was convicted and sentenced to 35 years in prison. At the time, the only thing Hillary Clinton had to say about that was to issue a sermon about how classified information “deserves to be protected and we will continue to take necessary steps to do so” because it “affect[s] the security of individuals and relationships.”

That was during the time that she had covertly installed a non-government server and was using it and a personal email account to receive classified and, apparently, even top-secret information.

Video: Investigative Journalist Persecuted by US Customs

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August 12, 2015
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Hillary Clinton can get away with a felony, but conservative journalists must be harassed.

How Hillary Clinton Turned America into a Third-World Nation

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August 12, 2015
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There are many differences between the First and Third Worlds – water, electricity, education, health… But the most fundamental one, at the root of all the other differences, is that First World Countries are ruled by their laws. No one, not even the most powerful person in the land, is above the law. For...

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ANTI-SEMITIC Democrats Deny Elderly Jewish Man Promotion

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August 8, 2015
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