Hollywood actor Ben Affleck’s Africa charity had the personal email address that Hillary Clinton maintained while she was secretary of state, an email revealed Friday by the State Department shows.
Clinton said last week during a marathon congressional hearing on the 2012 Benghazi terror attacks that the late ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, couldn’t reach her as easily.
‘I do not believe that he had my personal mail,’ she told Georgia Rep. Lynn Westmoreland during a tense exchange. – Daily Mail
Archive for October, 2015
Voters were not being asked to elect a provincial government, so I did not feel that we were withholding essential information that could inform their decision at the polls. We did risk our appearance of neutrality, however, were we to have published on Election Day
Posted in Stupidity on October 22, 2015|
Coming to Canada with Prime Minister Trudeau’s 25,000 new refugees by year end…
A 14-year-old girl has gone missing from a Dutch asylum centre. Police say Fatema Alkasem was nine months pregnant and may be in need of medical care.
She is also thought to be a “child bride”, and her case has highlighted the problem that the Netherlands faces in providing asylum for girls who married in Syria but are below the Dutch age of consent.
The government in The Hague is rushing to close a loophole in the asylum law which has so far allowed child brides to be reunited with their husbands in the Netherlands.
Posted in Stupidity on October 12, 2015|
Almost 40,000 refugees have sought asylum in Sweden since September 1, but police believe that as many may have come to Sweden and who have not applied for asylum.
On the recent rash of murders on the streets of Israel:
The PA is playing a double game: it tells the world that it wants peace and coexistence with Israel; meanwhile it incites Palestinians against Israel, driving some to set out with guns and knives to murder Jews.
Egypt’s Cairo university has banned teachers from wearing full face veil, sparking complaints | CTV News
The recent decision to ban all female staff from wearing the full face veil aims to put an end to student complaints of “poor communication” in class, the head of Egypt’s Cairo University said Friday.
Although the head-to-toe covering known locally as the niqab is “not a phenomenon” among his teachers, Gaber Nassar told The Associated Press that he wants to “cure the disease” before it becomes one.