A flood of recent polling data shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump in a head-to-head national match up, as well as in several key swing states. An oft-cited YouGov/Economist poll released last week found that in a two-way election, 47 percent of Americans would vote for Hillary Clinton and 41 percent would vote for Trump.
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With great respect for my friend Bobby, his recent post, Trump's Call for More Aggressive Material Support Prosecutions, overlooks the fact that Donald Trump’s views may well be shared by Secretary Clinton.
Yesterday, a civil action was filed in the D.C. federal district court by Larry Klayman, of Freedom Watch, against Democratic Party presidential nominee, Hillary Rodham Clinton. Mr. Klayman represents: Pat Smith, mother of Sean Smith, an American U.S. Foreign Service member and Information Programs Officer, U.S. Consulate General, U.S.
The confrontation this week between FBI Director James Comey and the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee would have been a riveting drama-filled showdown over the Clinton email investigation. Except for one fact: Five. Endless. Hours.
If you didn't listen to or watch this hearing, who can blame you? You have a life. You probably have a job. Who needs hours of listening to members of Congress speechifying or pretending to ask questions that are really monologues?
Let me start by saying that I do not dissent from FBI Director James Comey's decision to give the remarkably fulsome account we saw this week of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, both in his lengthy statement Tuesday and, particularly, in his marathon testimony yesterday.
FBI Director James Comey testified in front of the House Oversight and Governance Reform Committee for nearly five hours today. Under scathing and often incredulous questioning by House Republicans, Comey defended his public decision to recommend that no criminal charges be leveled against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server while she served as secretary of state.
The first notable thing in FBI Director Jim Comey's statement on the Clinton email flap is that he issued it at all. Normally, the FBI does not issue reports on its investigative findings separate from Justice Department decisions regarding what to do with those findings.
This morning, FBI director James Comey said the FBI is recommending no charges against Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic Party nominee for president, for her use of a personal email server while secretary of state.
Our guest for episode 119 is Kevin Kelly, founding executive editor of Wired Magazine and author of The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces that will Shape our Future. Kevin and I share many views – from skepticism about the recording industry’s effort to control their digital files to a similar skepticism about EFF’s effort
Recently, I wrote this piece warning of what Donald Trump might do to the U.S. Department of Justice. It contained the following: