May 27, 2016
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1. Freddie Gray? More Like Fraudulent Case
2. Cartoon: Will Hillary Clinton Be Indicted?
3. Cartoon: Hillary Clinton Can't Escape Her Checkered Record
4. Clinton Cash Is Back Amid New Clinton Donation Scandal by Christopher Malagisi
5. Cartoon: Two Backsides of the Same Democrat Party
6. MOTW: Meet Conservative Artist D.C. Alan by Christopher Malagisi
7. Author Interview: How To Beat The Crazy Green Left (Stephen Moore) by Christopher Malagisi
8. Sneak Preview: The Long Game by Mitch McConnell
9. Editor's Pick: Wake Up America by Eric Bolling
10. New Release: Fueling Freedom by Stephen Moore and Kathleen Hartnett White
May 26, 2016
Hillary can try and escape, but her checkered record in politics is like a hound on her heels! See the cartoon...
May 26, 2016
Bestseller List is for week of May 19-25, 2016
WASHINGTON, DC – The issue of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s questionable financial dealings with their Clinton Foundation rocketed back into headlines this week as the Department of Justice stated that Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe – a close Clinton confidante, was the focus of their investigation into an illegal contribution from a Chinese national. Peter Schweizer’s bombshell book from last year, Clinton Cash, is given credit in helping shine a light on the shady dealings between the Clintons, foreign governments, and their questionable donations and speaking fees.
According to CNN, Wang Wenliang, a Chinese national with US residency, gave McAuliffe a reported $120,000 donation, and then gave up to $2 million dollars to The Clinton Foundation soon after. While foreign nationals with US residency may contribute to political campaigns, the connection between the donations to McAuliffe and then soon after to the Clinton Foundation is highly questionable.
In Clinton Cash, Schweizer follows the Clinton money trail, and reveals the Clinton’s troubling dealings in Kazakhstan, Colombia, Haiti, and other places at the “wild west” fringe of the global economy. Meticulously researched and scrupulously sourced, Clinton Cash raises serious questions of judgment, of possible indebtedness to an array of foreign interests, and ultimately, of fitness for high public office.
New Release of the Week:
Broken But Unbowed: How to Fix a Broken America (Threshold Editions)
By Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX)
Memoir and inspiring life story of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott who was paralyzed at age 26 when a tree fell on him while jogging
First part of book is an emotional rollercoaster detailing the specific events that transpired during and after becoming paralyzed; became longest serving Attorney General in US history
Second part promotes a Convention of the States and offers constitutional amendments suggesting that only the people can force our federal government back to reason
TV Review of the Week:
Turn: Washington’s Spies (AMC)
Popular cable series that tells the story of the Culper Ring – the first spy ring in the colonies used by George Washington to help win the Revolutionary War
Features the story of Benedict Arnold and how he betrayed America
One of the first successful dramatic TV series about George Washington
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