Wednesday, June 3, 2015

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21 New 'Clinton Cash' Revelations That Have Imperiled Hillary Clinton's Campaign

Breitbart ^ | June 3, 2015 

Prior to the release of the New York Times bestselling investigative exposé Clinton Cash by Government Accountability Institute President and Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer, Hillary Clinton and her supporters claimed she was among the most vetted political figures in America—a candidate about whom everything was known.
Yet as media outlets across the ideological spectrum have confirmed and verified the book’s explosive revelations about Clinton’s tenure as Sec. of State and the influx of hundreds of millions of dollars from foreign sources into the Clinton Foundation, the nation has learned much it did not know. Subsequent reporting by national news outlets has expanded on the book’s findings using its investigative methodology.
Indeed, the dizzying flurry of resulting Hillary Clinton Foundation scandals has been difficult to keep up with. As CNN’s John King put it on Sunday, “You can’t go 20 minutes in this town, it seems, without some sort of a story about Clinton Foundation that gives you a little bit of the creeps.”
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George W. Bush outpolls Barack Obama! ^ | 6/3/2015 | Nick Gass 

Americans now have a more favorable view of former President George W. Bush than they do of President Barack Obama.
It is the first time in more than a decade that Americans have expressed a favorable view of Bush, at least according to a new CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday. Bush is seen in a favorable light by 52 percent of those surveyed, compared with 43 percent who still view the 43rd president unfavorably. Americans are split on Obama, with 49 percent responding favorably and unfavorably.
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‘Enough talk!’ Ted Cruz pushes for US embassy to Jerusalem as a sign of RESPECT

Biz Pac Review ^ | June 2, 2015 | Nicole Haas 

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has made American commitment to Israel’s security a centerpiece of his campaign for president, and he’s vowing one unmistakable plan to drive the point home to the rest of the world.
“The next president should announce that America is moving its embassy to Jerusalem,” Cruz said during a foreign policy address on Thursday.
“Enough talk! We need a leader who will act and respect the eternal capital of Israel.”

Cruz was accepting the “Defender of Israel” award at the Champion of Jewish Values International Awards Gala in Manhattan when he gave the speech.
Other Republican presidential candidates including, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio, have stated being in favor of moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, but Cruz took on a hard-lined tone at the event.
Congress passed the Jerusalem Embassy Act in 1995 that ordered the U.S. embassy to be established in Israel’s capital, but gave the president authority to waive the law if it was in the interest of national security.
Presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama have taken advantage of that option. Cruz said he would put an end to the wait and move the embassy immediately.
“For decades political candidates, Republicans and Democrats, have talked about doing so,” Cruz said.
Moving the embassy, Cruz said, would send the indisputable message the next White House considers “Israel indispensable to Middle East stability and world security.”
“We are living in dangerous times. The nation of Israel has never been in more jeopardy,” he said.

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