by Dean James, DC Clothesline:
Lewandowski Slams Hillary During Impeachment Hearing: I Didn’t Delete My Emails
Shelby Talcott at The Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF)
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski slammed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during Tuesday’s hearing on a congressional impeachment inquiry, noting that he didn’t delete his emails.
Edward Snowden Responds After Trump DOJ Sues Whistleblower Over New Memoir the US Government “Does Not Want You to Read”
by Julia Conley, Activist Post:
Citing what First Amendment advocates have called an “unconstitutional” system of controlling what federal employees can and cannot say about their work, President Donald Trump’s Justice Department on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden over the publication of his new memoir.
The DOJ is not seeking to block publication of the book but is instead arguing that Snowden should not profit from the story of his 2013 decision to leak files about the NSA’s phone and email spying program since he didn’t have permission from the government to share the information.
by Trent Baker, Breitbart:
Monday, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) weighed in on the new allegations of sexual misconduct made in a report by The New York Times regarding Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
The NYT essay initially failed to mention that friends of the woman alleged to have been sexually assaulted say she does not recall the incident, but it was later updated to reflect that.
from Government Slaves:
The town of Meigs, Georgia made a rather substantial move this month in an attempt to save money,by dissolving the entire police department. The decision to fire all the cops happened on Friday, and amazingly enough, the town has not yet descended into utter chaos. Imagine that.
On Friday, citing budget concerns, the Meigs City Council voted to shut down its police department. As WALB 10 reports, the vote was split with a majority 3-2 electing to shut the Meigs Police Department down, according to Meigs Police Chief Antonio Mango.