Thursday, September 01, 2016

Larwyn's Linx: Hillary Deleted Subpoenaed Emails Related to Benghazi Terror Attack

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Hillary Deleted Subpoenaed Emails Related to Benghazi Terror Attack: MB
Shock: Hillary’s favorite ‘I helped the children’ stump story is totally bogus: LU
More Than 28,000 Mexican Citizens Housed in U.S. Federal Prisons: Nicholas Ballasy

'Secret Trump vote,' independents, Dems lying to pollsters: Paul Bedard
Trump's presidential visit to Mexico City shows this election is far from over: US News
Birth of a Policy Wonk: Trump Gets Into the Weeds on Immigration: Roger L. Simon

Gowdy: FBI barely asked Hillary about intent: Ed Morrissey
A record number of Americans now dislike Hillary Clinton: WaPo
Trump calls for an oath to America: Cal Thomas

What a d***: BattleSwarm
Trump immigration speech: A president was born on Wednesday: Fox
Elderly Grantville woman dies after being beaten, set on fire: Heard Citizen


Follow The Money: The Z Man
NY Times: This Economy Needs Donald Trump: William Teach
Japan woos Russia with deeper economic ties in face of rising China: Kiyoshi Takenaka

Scandal Central

Inspector General: IRS identified 1.1 million cases of identity theft but didn’t notify victims: John Sexton
'Iran Exempted From Nuke Deal Conditions to Meet Deadline': Clarion
Sanctuary Cities continue to obstruct Feds, threaten public safety: Paul Bedard


Just Don’t Get It On The Sofa: David Thompson
Poll: Clinton Unpopularity Hits New High: Mark Hemingway
Nostalgia Night At The Wombat Station: Springer's Blog


John Kerry is wrong again: Not talking about terrorism won't make it go away: Nate Madden
Mexican paper: Trump's visit caught officials 'off guard': Gabby Morrongiello
The more things change, the more they actually don’t: Victor Davis Hanson

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

New App: Old Photos of Your NYC Location Just A Tap Away: Tammy Bruce
Developing "Loud" Cyber Weapons: Herb Lin
Is Artificial Intelligence Permanently Inscrutable?: Aaron M. Bornstein


Unfortunately, the Weiner Is Not Enough: MOTUS
IDF: The Photos: Kador
Separated at Mirth?: Hopenchange

Image: IDF: The Photos
Sponsored by: Senate Conservatives Fund

QOTD: "The presidential election could be delayed or scrapped altogether if conspiracy theories become predictive and a candidate dies or drops out before Nov. 8. The perhaps equally startling alternative, if there’s enough time: Small groups of people hand-picking a replacement pursuant to obscure party rules.

The scenarios have been seriously considered by few outside of the legal community and likely are too morbid for polite discussion in politically mixed company. But prominent law professors have pondered the effects and possible ways to address a late-date vacancy.

“There’s nothing in the Constitution which requires a popular election for the electors serving in the Electoral College,” says John Nagle, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame, meaning the body that officially elects presidents could convene without the general public voting.

“It’s up to each state legislature to decide how they want to choose the state’s electors,” Nagle says. “It may be a situation in which the fact that we have an Electoral College, rather than direct voting for presidential candidates, may prove to be helpful.”" --Steve Nelson

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