Pizzaflation is creeping through the nation. Inflation is slow, and subtle, and making our favorite things like Pizza unaffordable. Pizzaflation explains the deterioration of the US Dollar in something we all love; Pizza.
Most of Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails, subsequently recovered during an FBI probe into her email server abuse, won’t be made public until after Election Day, according to a new timetable set Friday by a federal judge. "This is an absolutely corrupt process the State Department has come up with," Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton blasted in response.
“I hope Hillary learns a lesson, but she has always been so secretive that I’m not optimistic...I just don’t know how she has a personality transplant. You can’t change people. They can only do it themselves.”
It’s been two years since Illinois state government had a full-year budget. Now, more than 70,000 vendors are owed $8.2 billion. Yet, despite the legislative deadlock and seemingly fiscal insolvency, more than $50 billion in state payments flowed to providers and other entities in FY2016.So, who actually got paid and for how much while others waited in the long line of unpaid bills?
... sometime within the 6 days after a call with "President Clinton's Staff," the server was wiped clean using BleachBit despite the subpoena from the House Select Committee on Benghazi received weeks earlier on March 4, 2016.
Just as we predicted on a sleepy Friday afternoon ahead of a long weekend, The FBI has released a detailed report on its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, as well as a summary of her interview with agents, providing, what The Washington Post says is the most thorough look yet at the probe that has dogged the campaign of the Democratic presidential nominee.
"Sources" commented off the record to Circa about Hillary's "systemic and intentional" violations of the Federal Records Act...the FBI "indirectly documented hundreds, and likely thousands, of violations of the Records Act."
When Congress passed the "Former Presidents Act" in 1958, it was intended to provide compensation to be used specifically for the benefit of the former President during his retirement. That said, discoveries from a Politico FOIA request suggest that Bill used his FPA funding to subsidize Clinton Foundation employee expenses and to purchase IT equipment for the Foundation.
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.
An "extensive investigation" reveals that FBI reports filed by former agents Coy Copeland and Jim Clemente linking Hillary to the "suicide" of Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster have gone missing from the National Archives.