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Obama: Hillary Didn’t Jeopardize National Security in Email Scandal

He also said “What I also know, because I handle a lot of classified information, is that there are — there’s classified, and then there’s classified. There’s stuff that is really top-secret, top-secret, and there’s stuff that is being presented to the president or the secretary of state, that you might not want on the transom, or going out over the wire, but is basically stuff that you could get in open-source” (CBS New York).  There’s is and then there’s is (YouTube).  From the Wall Street Journal:  She knew she was setting up a private server in violation of State Department policy, she did it deliberately to prevent her emails from becoming public if she ran for President, and she knew classified information was bound to travel over that server.  As former Attorney General Michael Mukasey has written on these pages, “gross negligence” in handling classified information related to national defense is enough for criminal liability. That Mr. Obama would issue such a public defense, and use such legally potent words, suggests that there’s more culpability than he cares to admit (WSJ).

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AG Has Gross Conflict of Interest in Raid on Man Who Exposed Planned Parenthood

The California Attorney General, according to the story, “has a link on her campaign website for visitors to sign a petition on behalf of Planned Parenthood.”  She’s also a Democrat running for Senate (Fox News).  From Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List: “The fact that Ms. Harris is seizing private property of a pro-life California activist who has exposed horrific practices conducted by Planned Parenthood, which donated thousands to her last campaign, while her Senate campaign promotes and defends them — the nation’s largest abortion provider — is a conflict of interest and abuse of government power.  Ms. Harris should resign from her attorney general post and end her bid for the U.S. Senate. She has abused her government office and no longer deserves the public trust” (Life News).

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Charles Barkley Wants NBA to Punish North Carolina for Defense of Religious Rights

He wants them to move the NBA All Star game out of the state (ABC News).  This is not the first time Barkley has displayed open bigotry toward Christians, yet he remains a star at CBS (Newsbusters). PayPal and Apple, which have threatened and criticized North Carolina, happily do business in countries who treat gays with brutality (Washington Times).  From Todd Starnes on PayPay:  That’s what a corporate bully looks like, folks. Conform to the demands of radical cultural militants or pay the price (Fox News). Media are getting behind the attacks on religious freedom laws (Newsbusters).

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Rove: More Than Two Candidates Can Receive Votes at Contested Convention

He also told Hugh Hewitt “Donald Trump excites a lot of enthusiasm. But he also excites a lot of anger within the Republican Party and outside of the Republican Party. And a fresh face might be the thing that could give us a chance to turn this election and win in November against Hillary” (Hugh Hewitt).  What a contested convention looks like (Pew Research).  One story notes “Cruz says there is a risk that Trump “takes his marbles and goes home and throws a fit. I hope he doesn’t” (WBAY).

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Trump Left Side Exposed as He Names “Healthcare” as Government Responsibility

From the story:  On Tuesday during CNN’s town hall, Donald Trump was asked what he thinks are the top three functions of government.  He answered, “[t]he greatest function of all by far is security for our nation. I would also say health care, I would also say education.”  Republicans have long tried to limit the federal government’s involvement in health care and education (Weekly Standard).  None of the candidates are willing to commit to backing the GOP nominee anymore (Townhall).  Trump also pushed off blame for the horrible ad mocking the looks of Heidi Cruz (CNN).  A pro life group in Wisconsin is backing Cruz (Life News). More on Trump’s delegate confusion (NRO).  Max Boot called Trump “the most radical and most ignorant major-party presidential candidate in our history” (Commentary Magazine).

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Georgia Governor Caves to Bully Businesses, Vetoes Religious Liberty Bill

A bill watered down repeatedly to appease him (American Conservative).  From Todd Starnes: it became clear Gov. Deal was more interested in protecting the Almighty Dollar than he was protecting followers of the Almighty (Fox News).  From David French:  Governor, this bill was designed to help people work “side by side” without regard to their religion, and by vetoing it, you are enabling discrimination and betraying the “character of Georgia.” Just ask former Atlanta fire chief Kelvin Cochran, who was abruptly terminated — without a single allegation that he’d ever discriminated against any employee or citizen — simply because he wrote a book that advanced the orthodox Christian position on sex and marriage. Just ask the multiple Georgia college students who’ve been subjected to unlawful discrimination at Georgia public universities simply because of their faith (NRO).  From Franklin Graham:  Republican Governor Nathan Deal has sold out the state of Georgia. By vetoing the Free Exercise Protection Act this morning, he warmly welcomed the LGBT community and in effect told people of faith that they take second place. House Bill 757 would have protected pastors from having to perform same-sex marriages and would have protected churches from being forced to use their facilities for ceremonies against their religious beliefs. This conservative governor has caved in to pressure from the NFL and major corporations and is now a part of backing the LGBT agenda. This is a dark hour in Nathan Deal’s long political career (Facebook).  Dr. Albert Mohler explains why it matters Deal is a “member” of a “liberal church” (Albert Mohler).  The bill he vetoed (AJC).

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