Thursday, June 30, 2016

Meeting Between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch Provokes Political Furor - The New York Times

From Russia with hate - - By Peter Bergen and David Sterman - Yet in fact, Russian citizens -- many of whom are Chechens or Dagestanis from the largely Muslim North Caucasus region of Russia -- are the largest group of foot soldiers in ISIS from a non-Muslim majority country, and they have played key roles in the group.


Prosecutors want long sentence, big fine for Mike Hubbard - Montgomery Advertiser - Brian Lyman

Prosecutors seek stiff jail term for former House Speaker Mike Hubbard | - John Archibald

Judicial Watch Asks Justice Inspector General to Investigate Loretta Lynch-Bill Clinton Meeting - Judicial Watch

State Department Asks For Delay Release Of Clinton Emails | The Daily Caller

Loretta Lynch, Bill Clinton meeting raises eyebrows - USATODAY - - - @TheMeck

Trump: Bill Clinton meeting with Loretta Lynch 'so horrible' - POLITICO


The Case Against Ole Miss: How will the NCAA choose to punish the Rebels? - Pete Thamel -

Official: Turkey bombers from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan - USATODAY - - - @TheMeck

Bill Clinton, AG Loretta Lynch meet on tarmac in Phoenix - CBS News - - - @TheMeck

TV report about bacteria in local waters was false, local officials say - News - Northwest Florida Daily News - Fort Walton Beach, FL - - - @TheMeck

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Judge Expands Investigation into Hillary Clinton's Dealings with Foundation Donors | National Review - - - @TheMeck

Aide: Clinton Opposed Private Emails Accessible to Anybody - AP - - - @TheMeck

Fox targeted by FEC Dems in first-ever vote to punish debate sponsorship | Washington Examiner - - - @TheMeck

Laremy Tunsil’s stepfather just dropped a bomb on Ole Miss’s alleged NCAA violations – Fan Buzz - - - @TheMeck

Fecal bacteria leads to no swim advisories at popular Fla. beaches | - - - @TheMeck

Florida Panhandle beach warnings: Fort Walton, Destin, Miramar, Seaside, Rosemary under no swim advisory | - - - @TheMeck

Facebook is changing the News Feed again, and publishers should be worried - Mashable