The political world is swarming over revelations that Hillary Clinton hid her emails during her time as Secretary of State.
She apparently went so far in shielding her official correspondence from public scrutiny that her team set up the private domain @clintonemail.com, used cover names for family members and reportedly ran a server for the mail client out of her home. Hillary publicly tweeted to dispel concerns about secrecy, dubiously claiming ‘I want the public to see my email.’
But serious concerns have been raised about her trail of secrecy, and the potential for classified information to have been exposed to foreign entities, spies, hackers and the like: Continue reading “While Clinton Hid Emails, $6 Billion Went Missing in Her State Dept.”
Dena Reynolds called everyone she thought could help.
A helicopter last July sprayed herbicides to control weeds on a forest clearcut a few hundred feet behind her house.
Soon, fumes enveloped her home, which sits on 40 acres in Douglas County, the heart of Oregon’s timber industry. Helicopters have sprayed weed killers there more frequently than in any other Oregon county in the last decade. Continue reading “Oregon agriculture agency blew off another complaint about helicopter spraying weed killers”
The morning of the recommitment hearing, Alison Hymes sat in a small waiting area of a Virginia mental hospital in a navy blue sweatsuit, clutching a green composition book to her chest.
She’d scribbled down a list of arguments in favor of releasing her from Western State Hospital in Staunton, Va. They included: “Been here too long” and “Becoming institutionalized.”
“I don’t think they will listen to them,” she said. Continue reading “She fought for patients’ rights, then she was put in a hospital against her will”
Police Killings Grossly Underreported
We previously reported that Americans are 9 times more likely to be killed by a police officer than a terrorist.
But it turns out that our numbers were incorrect …