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There She Goes Again: Clinton’s Blame Game, Mumbai Edition

There She Goes Again: Clinton’s Blame Game, Mumbai Edition

  By Thomas L. Knapp It’s  been James Comey. It’s been Them Russians. It’s been Barack Obama. It’s been misogyny. It’s been WikiLeaks. It’s been social media.  Hillary Clinton has tons of reasons why she lost the 2016 presidential election. And, oddly, none of those reasons are herself or her campaign. This week, the excuse […]

Senate announces probe of Loretta Lynch behavior in 2016 election

Senate announces probe of Loretta Lynch behavior in 2016 election

The Senate Judiciary Committee has opened a probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s efforts to shape the FBI’s investigation into 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the committee’s chairman announced Friday. In a letter to Ms. Lynch, the committee asks her to detail the depths of her involvement in the FBI’s investigation, including whether […]

State elections chief denies NSA report of California hack

State elections chief denies NSA report of California hack

by Chris Reed Who will Californians believe: Secretary of State Alex Padilla or the National Security Agency? That’s one way to boil down a flap that’s emerged this week over the sanctity of California’s 2016 elections. Beginning shortly after November’s election, Padilla has pushed back hard at any claims of voting irregularities in the nation’s […]

The Russian Connection

. By Phil Erwin Seems like we’ve stepped into a time warp, and we’re right back in the ‘Eighties. It’s been that long since we last heard the phrase, “the Russians” batted about so incessantly on the nightly news. (Back in that by-gone era, the news was “nightly.” Now it’s incessant.) The Democrat Party and […]

Commentary: Clinton popular vote win margin entirely from California

Commentary: Clinton popular vote win margin entirely from California

WASHINGTON, vcialis 40mg December 18, cheap 2016 – In an article appearing Friday in Investors Business Daily, case reporter John Merline totes up the final voting figures for Election 2016 and discovers what should already be obvious to most voters, writers and analysts who still know how to observe and think: Minus the popular vote […]

Californians Approve $5.0 Billion per Year in New Taxes

Californians Approve $5.0 Billion per Year in New Taxes

By ED RING For the last few years, using data provided by the watchdog organization CalTax, we have summarized the results of local bond and tax proposals appearing on the California ballot. Nearly all of them are approved by voters, and this past November was no exception. With only a couple of measures still too close […]

Wisconsin elections officials see no proof of hacking of voting machines

Wisconsin elections officials see no proof of hacking of voting machines

The Wisconsin Elections Commission has found no evidence that any of its voting machines were hacked during the Nov. 8 election, search a spokesman said Saturday. Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein on Friday filed a petition to have a state recount on the sole grounds that data experts believe there may have been a […]

December 2016: A Republic, if You Can Keep it

December 2016: A Republic, if You Can Keep it

. By Thomas L. Knapp As I write this column, nearly 2.5 million people have signed a petition seeking to overturn the outcome of the November 8 national vote and make Hillary Clinton, rather than Donald Trump, the next president of the United States. The petitioners are asking presidential electors, chosen by the voters of […]

Election 2016: How About You Whine a Little, Democrats?

Election 2016: How About You Whine a Little, Democrats?

. By Thomas L. Knapp Can someone please call a waaaahmbulance for Paul Krugman? At a little after 9pm on November 8,  the economist and New York Times columnist fired the starting gun on America’s quadrennial whinefest: “Btw, Jill Stein has managed to play Ralph Nader,” he tweeted. “Without her Florida might have been saved.” […]

Election Night in Thousand Oaks

Election Night in Thousand Oaks

. , , By William Hicks I am more comfortable behind a camera than a pen, so be patient with me. I headed out to the Republican Headquarters in Thousand Oaks around 6:30 so that I would be ahead of the crowd that was expected at 7:30. I far underestimated my timing as the room […]

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