Email bombshells from Hillary’s secret account show she didn’t know when cabinet meetings were held, was dumbfounded by a fax machine and emailed aides to fetch her iced tea

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reacts as she is introduced before speaking at a campaign event for U.S. Senator Kay Hagan in Charlotte

Hillary Clinton’s emails have been a subject of partisan finger-pointing and hand-wringing since the revelation in April that she had used a private home-brew server to store her messages during the four years she was secretary of state. On Tuesday … Continued

Source: Daily Mail

‘Progress’ Needs Enemies

It didn’t take long for the backlash to emerge after the Supreme Court handed downObergefell v. Hodges. From opponents of same-sex marriage one heard the usual empty talk about constitutional amendments and civil disobedience. The fiercer—and uglier—backlash came from the … Continued

Source: WSJ

Liberals are still getting the South all wrong

The Washington Post’s Sally Jenkins glibly asserts that “the Confederate battle flag is an American swastika, the relic of traitors and totalitarians, symbol of a brutal regime, not a republic.” If it were left to me, I’d take the flag … Continued

Source: NY Post

Military clearance OPM data breach ‘absolute calamity’

U.S. President Barack Obama smiles as he talks with Pope Francis during a private audience at the Vatican City

Anxiety is spreading among defense officials and the military community that the recent theft of federal government data linked to China may affect hundreds of thousands of service members. Compounding those concerns is the limited information made public by the … Continued

Source: Navy Times

Networks battle for first interviews with escaped killers

Heavily armed police and bloodhounds are after escaped convicts Richard Matt and David Sweat — and so are rabid network news execs. Sources tell Page Six there’s heated competition between bookers to be in position to land interviews with Matt … Continued

Source: NY Post

CNN: Rachel Dolezal has a right to be black


As much as critics try to characterize Dolezal’s behavior as a fraudulent choice, sociologists and psychologists know that decisions about racial and ethnic identity are typically not merely expressive, strategic, or apolitical, but are driven by social conditions. Growing up … Continued

Source: CNN

Nobel Prize winner says women cry in labs, harm science

British winners of the 2001 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine Dr. Tim Hunt (R) and Sir Paul Nurse talk to journalists at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund center in London October 8, 2001. Cancer cell pioneers Hunt and Nurse together with Leland Hartwell of the U.S. share the prestigious $1 million prize for ground breaking research that could help find a cure for cancer, still one of the biggest killers in the developed world. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

A Nobel Prize-winning British scientist has apologized for saying the “trouble with girls” working in science labs is that it leads to romantic entanglements and harms science. Tim Hunt, 72, made the comments at the World Conference of Science Journalists … Continued