Hillary picks questions for CNN – GOP debate?

If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard CNN referred to as Clinton News Network, I’d have a bunch of nickels.

So, imagine my surprise when I heard Bill Bennett refer to one of the YouTube questioners as a “member of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.”

Oh, really.

I waited for CNN to post the transcript so I could get the Retired Brig General’s name…..

Keith Kerr, retired Colonel., U.S. Army; retired Brigadier General, California National Reserve

Well, a quick look at Hillary for President website speaks for itself. Sure enough, there he is…..see for yourself.

I took a screenshot cache of Hillary’s website, (just in case).


What an absolute failure of editorial control by CNN. The lack of disclosure is a complete breach of the public trust.

CNN Debate transcript

Cool Carl has more

Busted: Trent Lott’s bro-in-law lawyer Dickie Scruggs

Ho-Lee Cow!

The Trent Lott resignation announcement keeps spinning off  in crazy, interesting, and jaw-dropping directions.  The latest?  Richard “Dickie” Scruggs, the Gozillionaire Trial Lawyer, mover and shaker, big-time political player and Democrat donor was indicted on bribery charges.

Here is the report from C-L

 Multimillionaire trial lawyer Dickie Scruggs has been indicted on charges of conspiring to bribe a judge in the case involving $26.5-million in attorney fees involving Katrina claims.

Others indicted in the alleged scheme include Scruggs’ son, Zach, former State Auditor Steve Patterson and attorneys, Sidney Backstrom and Timothy Balducci.

According to the indictment, Lafayette County Circuit Judge Henry Lackey cooperated with the FBI in the investigation after reporting a bribery overture to authorities.

According to the indictment, Scruggs and others tried to influence Lackey by giving him $40,000 in cash to resolve the attorney fees’ dispute in favor of Scruggs’ law firm.

Some of the conversations between Balducci and Lackey were captured on tape.

Each are charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States, coverting property and wire fraud. If convicted on all counts, each of those indicted face up to 75 years in prison and $1.5 million in fines.

What is next?  Stay tuned.


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