The LuLac Edition #3279, August 16th, 2016
First off no one will bother to purge people who support a different candidate. It is not the Democratic candidate who blocks media from campaign events.
It is not the Democratic candidate who points out media people, calling them every name in the book and then looking on with glee as his supporters surround the reporter just doing her job.
That’s Mr. Trump.
To even imply that if the Democrats lose the election that supporters would do harm to Trump people is an example of
a). Someone who wants to make himself relevant.
b) Someone who is proud of his ignorance and stupidity.
c) Hates easily.
d) Tells blatant lies with authority.
e) Someone who like his candidate just wants to entertain.
This guy says he was a teacher and is now retired. I don’t mind paying taxes here in the Commonwealth but I sure as hell resent paying for part of his pension.
But then even fools need to be fed.
ABC News is reporting that the FBI gave certain members of Congress interview notes and other materials produced during its investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state.
The FBI provided the House Oversight Committee with documents relating to the FBI investigation into Clinton's email today, and committee officials are reviewing the information.
Here’s the thing. If the FBI is going to release this information, it should to everyone. The public, everyone so it can be put in context.
The Committee staff is currently reviewing the information that is classified SECRET. There are no further details at this time," a committee spokesperson said.
The rare move by the FBI comes after top House Republicans on Capitol Hill called for FBI Director James Comey to release the FBI's investigative file of the matter.
Like a dog with a bone……..
Kane’s lawyer Gerald Shargel vowed to appeal, while calling the verdict “a crushing blow.” She is scheduled to be sentenced within 90 days.
Kane made the following statement:, “I have been honored to serve the people of Pennsylvania, and I wish them health and safety in all their days”
Her lawyers said she would appeal.
Whatever you say about the now former Attorney General, you can't say she didn't do things "her way"
It is 39 years to the day that Elvis Aaron Presley passed away at the age of 42. I was working at WVIA TV and FM and my boss at the time Bill Kelly looked at the UPI wire and told me the news. He proceeded to go into the TV booth to announce the news and I went on the FM channel to report it. This was big enough to interrupt "Sesame Street" and Gustav Mahler. Presley is still an American icon. Even though many of his fans are joining him in that big Graceland in the sky, his music still lives on.
Here’s some vintage King. The first was recorded 60 years ago!