Sunday, April 17, 2016

Larwyn's Linx: Why Cruz Could Beat Clinton

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Why Cruz Could Beat Clinton: Josh Kraushaar
RNC rules official warns lack of transparency could 'blow up the convention': Daniel Chaitin
Ted Cruz Wins Wyoming, Picks Up 14 Delegates: WZ

Insanity: Interview with Anne Richard (Asst. Sec. of State) is revealing!: Ann Corcoran
State seeks to pick up pace on bringing Syrian refugees to US: Kristina Wong
Are you within a 100-mile radius of a resettlement site? : Ann Corcoran

Protesters shout at Hillary: ‘She is guilty, she is evil!’: Kyle Olson
Islamic State threatens Muslim congressman, Clinton aide: Matt Zapotosky
Obama immigration action goes before Supreme Court: Lawrence Hurley

Obama Administration Says Men Entering Girl's Locker Rooms is a Civil Right: Nancy Hayes
Unequally Applied Justice Is No Justice at All: Diane Dimond
Tulane Defends Frat Building ‘Trump Wall’ To Offended Special Snowflakes: WZ


Ted Cruz Is Right: His Tax Plan Would Supercharge GDP Growth: Tim Worstall
California minimum wage hike hits L.A. apparel industry: 'The exodus has begun': LA Times
Gone to Texas: Ed Driscoll

Scandal Central

Clinton Foundation Donation Scandal Looking More Like Influence Peddling: Glenn Brock
How US covered up Saudi role in 9/11: Paul Sperry
Holder tried to stonewall, spin ‘Fast and Furious’ probe, panel says: Evan Lips


The Queering of Feminism and the Silencing of Heterosexual Masculinity: R.S. McCain
Rep Black Slams 'Sanitized Political-Speak' Forcing Library of Congress to Ban Term 'Illegal Alien': Cortney O'Brien
Mitt Romney’s Drudge Report Connection Pays Off: Sam Stein (2012)

Ted Cruz In Full via Hannity Town Hall and Bloomberg News!: Politibrew
Story Behind Viral Post of Man's Act of Charity at a Utah Denny's Restaurant: Rachel Trost
Who Was Ty Cobb? The History We Know That's Wrong: Charles Leerhsen


Thanks, Obama: Iran parades parts of advanced S-300 missile battery in Tehran: Times of Israel
Migrants in Finland pose with preteen girlfriends on social media: Speisa
Immigrant Brings Rare and Deadly Relapsing Fever to Austria:

Saudi Arabia Warns of Economic Fallout if Congress Passes 9/11 Bill: Mark Mazzetti
The strange death of left-wing Euroscepticism: Brendan O'Neill
Ten Billion Risks in Greece's Summer of Discontent: Mark Gilbert

Trump would leave NATO as president if countries don't pay: Robert King
Drivers for European parliament had ISIS propaganda: Pamela Geller
77 killed, hundreds hurt in Ecuador's 7.8 earthquake: Steph Solis

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Using Rapid Prototyping to Make a Clock: James Hobson
10 big changes with search engines over my 20 years of covering them: Danny Sullivan
Archaeologist sees Bosnia stone sphere as the most massive in Europe: Nancy Owano


This All Makes Sense to the Left: Woodsterman
"I've got a little list" : Many Americans, and especially Trump supporters, have had it with:: American Digest
Anheuser-Busch InBev SA Shows a Growing Appetite for Craft Beer Brands: Fool

Image: Archaeologist sees Bosnia stone sphere as the most massive in Europe
Today's Larwyn's Linx sponsored by: Help Protect Our Constitution: Ted Cruz for President

QOTD: "The issue now arises that a few countries with poor human rights histories, such as Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) were allowed to purchase weapons [during Clinton's time as Secretary of State]. The possible impropriety comes in when you consider that these countries donated thousands upon millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. Then, even with poor human rights histories, Clinton authorized weapons sales to these countries after the countries donated to the Clinton Foundation.

Now, consider that in Clinton’s term as Secretary of State, 20 foreign nations were sold over $165 billion in weapons and war technology while she was in office, and those nations had donated to the Clinton Foundation. In 2008, the Clinton Foundation entered into an ethics agreement promising full transparency from all donations, and Clinton pledged that during her time as Secretary of State, she pledged to do nothing that could be perceived as improper." --Glenn Brock

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