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Apr 18 15 10:29 AM

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Hillary Clinton (and her husband) has lied her way to political prominence. Now the oligarchic political establishment wants to enthrone a another politician from the same dynasty. It's only essential been 2 families ruling over America for decades. This is not acceptable. Democracy is not for sale. Our republic is endangered by having politicians appointment by money and not by American voters.
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Apr 18 15 5:04 PM

Bernie Sanders Urges Hillary Clinton To Join The Fight And Defeat The TPP

For decades, corporate America has been pushing disastrous trade agreements on the American people. The result: millions of jobs lost through outsourcing, lower wages and the collapse of our middle class.My strong hope is that Secretary Clinton and all candidates, Republicans and Democrats, will make it clear that the Trans-Pacific Partnership should be rejected and that we must develop trade policies that benefit working families, not just Wall Street and multi-national corporations.

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Apr 18 15 5:26 PM

Hillary Clinton's Big Benefactor Has Trade Links with Iran

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Ukrainian oligarch Victor Pinchuk, 54, has courted the Clintons for at least nine years – in the United States, the Alps and Ukraine.Earlier this year, he was confirmed as the largest individual contributor to the Clinton Foundation, whose aims include the creation of “economic opportunity and growth”. He also has links to the Tony Blair Foundation and represented its biggest single donor in 2013.

...Newsweek has seen declarations and documents from Ukraine that show a series of shipments from Interpipe to Iran in 2011 and 2012, including railway parts and products commonly used in the oil and gas sectors.

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Apr 18 15 7:50 PM

Why Hillary Clinton's foundation problem isn't going away

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But the Clintons' critics see it as proof of the fundamental corruption that follows two lifelong politicians. The foundation rakes in money from wealthy individuals, corporations, and even foreign countries, many of which have business before a federal government that Hillary Clinton wants to run. Because they're giving money to a charity, the contributions have a "cleaner" feel to them than campaign checks. But they're a form of access to the Clintons all the same. Oh, and all that money pays for the creature comforts of the Clintons and their inner circle.

For many Democrats — even those supporting Clinton's campaign — the solution seems clear: All three Clintons should back away from the foundation for the duration of Hillary's campaign and (possible) presidency.But the Clintons aren't willing to sacrifice their foundation for the White House — at least not yet.

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Apr 18 15 9:36 PM

Hillary Clinton doesn't Believe in Tipping

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It's an ethical dilemma tailor made for HBO's “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and thrust into the 2016 spotlight when Hillary Clinton left an Ohio Chipotle without leaving a tip. When to tip can be a difficult decision, but it is especially tricky if you are running for president.

Charles Wright, the manager of the Maumee, Ohio, Chipotle, told Bloomberg that Clinton left no change in the tip jar after paying her bill, which came out to $20. “We get a bunch of tips,” Wright, a Republican voter, said of his store. “If we’re doing our job right, people tip.”The story quickly went viral, with images from a security camera of Clinton in sunglasses ordering her chicken bowl with guacamole circulating on social media.

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Apr 19 15 10:56 PM

Chafee won't let Clinton forget Iraq as he weighs 2016 bid

“She needs to be asked hard questions about her Iraq war vote and her tenure as Secretary of State and where she wants to take this country,” he told The Hill in an interview. “I think she’s tone deaf on some of these issues.”

Clinton and Chafee both served in the Senate during the run-up to the war, but while Clinton ultimately cast her vote in favor of authorizing troops, Chafee voted no.

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Apr 23 15 7:49 AM

Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation as Russians Pressed for Control of Uranium Company

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As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation. Uranium One’s chairman used his family foundation to make four donations totaling $2.35 million. Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all donors. Other people with ties to the company made donations as well.

And shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Mr. Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin that was promoting Uranium One stock.

At the time, both Rosatom and the United States government made promises intended to ease concerns about ceding control of the company’s assets to the Russians. Those promises have been repeatedly broken, records show.

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Apr 23 15 8:08 AM

Clinton Foundation to refile taxes after errors emerge

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The Clinton Foundation will redo a number of tax returns and audit others after Reuters found that it had inadequately disclosed donations from foreign government, the news service reported Thursday.

The foundation had claimed that it received no foreign donations from 2010 to 2013, but Reuters reported that, “several foreign governments continued to give tens of millions of dollars toward the foundation's work on climate change and economic development through this three-year period.”While those donors had been listed in other ways, the donations had not been disclosed to the Internal Revenue Service.

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May 2 15 11:51 AM

Hillary Clinton's conflict-of-interest problems

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When she was nominated as secretary of State in 2009, Clinton promised that she would bend over backward to avoid potentially compromising situations.

“Out of [an] abundance of caution and a desire to avoid even the appearance … of a conflict,” Clinton said, the foundation would agree to strict rules: It would disclose all its donors and clear new contributions from foreign governments with the State Department.

Only that didn't happen. The biggest branch of the Clintons' charitable network, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, never complied with the agreement at all, according to the Boston Globe. It neither disclosed its donors nor cleared new contributions. (A spokesman said they didn't think it was necessary. After media inquiries, the program published a list of donors last month.) The Clinton Foundation also failed to clear a donation of $500,000 from Algeria. (An oversight, the foundation said.) And the foundation's Canadian affiliate collected millions of dollars without disclosing donors' names. (Canadian law guarantees privacy to donors, but the foundation could have asked them to voluntarily disclose their identities; it didn't until last week.)

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May 3 15 3:28 PM

Report: Goldman Sachs Paid Bill Clinton $200,000 for Speech, Then Lobbied Hillary Clinton

A new report by the International Business Times has revealed Goldman Sachs paid former President Bill Clinton $200,000 to deliver a speech, just months before the banking giant began lobbying the State Department, which was then led by Hillary Clinton. The report by David Sirota and Andrew Perez is the latest to raise questions about the Clintons’ financial ties. On Sunday, the Clinton Foundation acknowledged mistakes in how it reported donations from foreign governments, saying it "mistakenly combined" the sums with other donations, and would refile tax returns.

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May 5 15 10:46 PM

The Soft Corruption of Clinton, Inc. -- And How It Could Cost Democrats the Presidency

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If you're someone who wants to lessen the dominance of concentrated wealth over our political system, end the revolving door between Wall Street and Washington, significantly reduce income inequality and avoid foolish wars, do not be deceived that Hillary Clinton is your ally.

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May 11 15 9:35 PM

Hillary Clinton, comfortable in 2016 front-runner status, silent on Asia trade deal

As calls intensify for Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton to take a stand on a major trade deal that has split her party, she’s wagered that she can ignore them, and campaign veterans say it’s a safe bet.

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Jun 8 15 8:23 AM

Some in the press are getting it wrong on Hillary's Support of the $15/hr minimum wage

Panelists on Morning Joe pointed out that Hillary had not endorsed the $15/hr minimum but endorsed the movement. In addition, Mika Brzezinski asked the question why wasn't Democratic presidential frontrunner not at the Detroit convention of fast food workers where she spoke.

Some in the press are implying in their reporting that Hillary has endorsed a $15 minimum wage. This impression is exactly what the former first lady wants to give. Classic Clinton-speak. This headline from the Washington Post is an example from : "Hillary Clinton endorses fight for a $15 minimum wage." The author concludes: "Clinton seemed to align herself with that campaign, to loud cheers from the audience." That's as ambiguous as HIllary's support for the $15/hr minimum wage.

 

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Jun 14 15 3:06 PM

Why is Bill Clinton answering questions from the Press and Hillary is not


What is she afraid of? And why doesn't the press ask the same question? She is hostile towards them and the press just fawns:

Bill Clinton on SOTU: "She’d [Hillary] be a very good president and she’s proven out to be a pretty good candidate. I’m proud of that."

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