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Democratic resignation at FEC opens door for Trump to “drain the swamp”

A Democrat who sits on the Federal Election Commission, says partisan gridlock and dysfunction led her to resign before her term expires. Ann Ravel’s early exit gives President Donald Trump the opportunity to “drain the swamp” and shake up the campaign finance system. “People from all walks of life should be able to run for

Robert F Kennedy’s devastating quotes on vaccines and the CDC

Jon Rappoport, How and why the CDC can foist toxic vaccines on the American people. From Kennedy’s video presentation, “7 Minutes on the CDC,” Anne Dachel (Age of Autism) has transcribed excerpts. This is explosive material, particularly because there is a chance Kennedy will head up an investigation of vaccine safety under Trump. Kennedy understands

White House agency getting worse at cyber-defense

The White House Office of Personnel Management, two years ago the focus of the worst cybersecurity intelligence breach in U.S. history, is actually regressing in its efforts to provide adequate defenses against further cyber-intrusions, according to a new report by the agency’s own Inspector General. The report is depressing news for an agency that has

The MASSIVE Gift Obama’s Medicare Program Gave 500 Illegal Aliens

While most Americans work hard for substandard health care benefits, President Barack Obama just handed illegal immigrants health care on a silver platter. According to Fox Business, that gift amounted to over $9 million. In fact, a new audit by the Department of Health and Human Services showed Medicare mistakenly paid $9.3 million dollars in health

Vet’s suicide in VA hospital parking lot brings new scrutiny to agency

The suicide of a 76-year-old former Navy man in the parking lot of a New York VA hospital where he was allegedly denied care has raised new questions about the federal agency, and his family and friends hope his death won’t be in vain. Peter A. Kaisen, 76, of Islip, shot and killed himself outside

Justice Department charges three in $1 billion Medicare fraud scheme

The Justice Department on Friday unsealed charges in its largest-ever criminal health-care-fraud case, charging three individuals with using a network of doctors, hospitals and health-care providers across South Florida to improperly bill more than $1 billion to Medicare and Medicaid. Philip Esformes, the owner of more than 30 Miami-area skilled-nursing and assisted-living facilities, was the project’s

‘Gag’ order: FBI confirms special secrecy agreements for agents in Clinton email probe

The FBI has confirmed to a senior Republican senator that agents were sworn to secrecy — and subject to lie detector tests — in the Hillary Clinton email probe, an extensive measure one former agent said could have a “chilling effect.” A July 1 letter sent by a senior deputy to FBI Director James Comey

Donald J. Trump: America First Means Veterans First

Today, Donald J. Trump spoke at the Westin Virginia Beach Town Center in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Mr. Trump declared a commitment to upholding law and order in this country, and fighting to ensure that our veterans are served with the best medical care. Clinton Has Failed Our Vets The Clinton/Obama era has been disastrous for

Trump: Lynch-Clinton meeting ‘opened up a Pandora’s box’

Donald Trump tore into a recent meeting between Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch Friday, telling a conservative crowd it had “opened up a Pandora’s box” and was “a very serious thing.” Speaking at the Western Conservative Summit in Denver, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee blasted the recent private meeting between the former president

Lynch regrets tarmac meetup with Bill Clinton, vows to follow FBI recommendation on email probe

Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Friday she will fully accept the recommendations of an FBI-led investigation into whether to bring charges against Hillary Clinton and her use of a private email sever while she was secretary of state. I don’t have a role in these findings,” Lynch said at a summit in Colorado. “They are

Immigration boss who barred feds from terror suspect up for award, but agency won’t say why

A U.S. immigration official blamed in a federal report for barring law enforcement agents from a suspect in the San Bernardino terror attack has been nominated for a prestigious agency award – but her bosses in Washington refuse to say what she did to earn consideration. Irene Martin heads the San Bernardino U.S. Citizenship and

Mr. Sanders’ California Dreamin’

Rich Galen, Hillary Clinton desperately needs to win California tomorrow. She doesn’t care if she wins by 30 percentage points or 30 votes. She. Needs. A. Win. Even though no one but Bernie Sanders and his campaign staff think he has any chance of stopping Hillary Clinton’s progress toward the nomination, a loss for Clinton tomorrowcontinues the