FOIA

Futures Flat, Global Stocks Rise As Treasury Yields See Biggest Monthly Jump In Over A Year

The August market doldrums were on display on the last day of the month as S&P futures were fractionally lower on non-existent volume, while both Europe and Asia were modestly in the green; ten-year Treasury yields headed for the biggest monthly jump in more than a year while the dhe dollar gained for a sixth day against the yen in the longest winning streak since March. European stocks advanced for a second day, adding to a monthly gain as oil trimmed its advance in the best month since April.

From Soccer Stars To Bahrain Princes: New Emails Reveal Hillary Clinton Gave Special Access To Foundation Donors

The farce continues as a detailed reckoning of Hillary Clinton's State Department emails reveals former top aide Huma Abedin provided influential Clinton Foundation donors special, expedited access to the secretary of state. In many instances, as Judicial Watch exposes, the preferential treatment provided to donors (from a British soccer player to the crown prince of Bahrain) was at the specific request of Clinton Foundation executive Douglas Band.

Rahm Emanuel Says Chicago Pension Crisis "Improving", Facts Show He Is Lying

Fridays in the summer are a great day to dump news you don’t want scrutinized, as reporters will tell you. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel just dropped some propaganda, bragging about balancing the Chicago budget and fixing the city’s pension plans. While Reuters' Dave McKinney took the lies hook, line, and sinker; the facts behind the lies can be summarized thus: "the kicked can is not included."

US DOJ Accused Of Intentionally Using 21 Year Old System To Frustrate FOIA Requests

President Obama's "most transparent administration ever" is being accused of "failure by design" in the DoJ’s protocols for responding to public requests. The FOIA law states that agencies must "make reasonable efforts to search for the records in electronic form or format," but as The Guardian reports, a new lawsuit alleges DoJ intentionally conducts inadequate searches of its records using a decades-old computer system when queried by citizens looking for records that should be available to the public.

State Records Show Hillary Had "Zero Interest In Disclosing Emails To Public" As Law Requires

“The new Hillary Clinton email records show she had zero interest in disclosing her emails to the public as the law requires,” stated Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton.  “And the emails show the Obama State Department gave special accommodations to Clinton’s email system, which the agency knew was unsecure, was likely hacked, and was not transparent under FOIA.”