According to The Washington Post, Hillary Clinton sent emails from her private server that the State Department redacted for reasons of national security before they (StateDept) released them to the public. Although government officials deemed the e-mails classified after Clinton left office…The classified e-mails, contained in thousands of pages of electronic correspondence that the State… Continue reading Depends on who the definer of "marked" is
The House Select Committee on Benghazi subpoenaed all SecState Hillary Clinton’s emails related to Libya. After obtaining a two-week extension, Clinton attorney David Kendall responded by letter:There is no basis to support the proposed third-party review of the server that hosted the email@example.com account. To avoid prolonging a discussion that would be academic, I have… Continue reading Poking through ashes in the Burn-bag
Not quite a year ago, State Department mouthpiece Jen Psaki was unable to name a single accomplishment by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, "I am certain that those who were here at the time, who worked hard on that effort, could point out one," Psaki responded...Later, the State Department provided a list of seven changes… Continue reading #HDR22 – it depends on the meaning of "classified"
The Field Where Liberty Was SownThe 800th anniversary of Magna Carta Liberatum.andBasic CableAn inquiry into State secrets.Oh, while you're there, I recommend picking up a copy of Steyn’s latest book - The [Un]documented Mark Steyn - or any other item that strikes your fancy in the Steyn Store. Pre-ordering Climate Change: The Facts is another… Continue reading Two by Steyn
Today, General David Petraeus pled guilty to “mishandling classified materials,” because he showed some to his mistress. He could get a year in prison.Contemporaneously, we discover Secretary of State Hillary Clinton trafficked in classified material for four years, using an unencrypted private email account - firstname.lastname@example.org - to conduct the business of the Department of… Continue reading #hdr22