"It's like the Father, Son and Holy Ghost," Wessel jokes, in terms of the interlocking parts of agriculture.
"The documents, which total 58 pages, do not seem to provide any major revelations about Clinton’s actions — though they paint her and her staff as either unaware of or unconcerned with State Department policies on email use. The materials also show that the FBI was unable to track down all of Clinton’s devices, including phones, it sought, and that made it impossible for agents to definitively answer every question they had, including whether Clinton’s emails were hacked."
Like I’ve always said, if you really want to get rid of it dump it in a deep river somewhere.
"Hillary Clinton told the FBI she did not recall all the briefings she received on handling sensitive information as she made the transition from her post as U.S. secretary of state, due to a concussion suffered in 2012, according to a report released Friday.…She can’t remember because she had a blood clot on her brain? While she was serving as secretary of haha state?
…"'in December of 2012, Clinton suffered a concussion and then around the New Year had a blood clot (in her head). Based on her doctor’s advice, she could only work at State for a few hours a day and could not recall every briefing she received, the report said."
Well, one thing’s for sure. If you want to make sure as few people as possible notice the information you’re releasing, release it on the Friday before a three-day weekend. Thanks, FB giggle I.
"At the top of his newly-released syllabus, in bright red, Schwartz warns students “TRIGGER WARNING: physics, trigonometry, sine, cosine, tangent, vector, force, work, energy, stress, quiz, grade.”I guess this trigger warning thing is a good idea after all. Clearly this is not the course for us.
(Read more on that little Tucker’s web site, The Daily Caller, at the link above.)
Electricity holds lots of promise for a cleaner future, but we’re going to have to stop transmitting it over wires the Pilgrims strung up (or, in the case of Florida, conquistadors). It’s all about the grid.
An ocean research organization has discovered a nursery and probably even the birthing site of great white sharks in the North Atlantic — and it's near Montauk, Long Island.
…where Da Mare, famously, once asked a bunch of newspaper reporters "Do you want me to do business with strangers?"…explains how political corruption really works:
Say you're in a meeting with an elected official, and you say, 'I'll give you so much money if you give me this favor and that favor,' You know what happens next?" asked the man wise in the Chicago Way.
I knew, but I played along: No, what happens?
"The first thing the politician will think to himself, 'Why is he talking that way? This son of a b---- is wired up,'" he said. "And no one will ever talk to you ever again."Read more: http://goo.gl/Rz1iJ5
Politico Bill Clinton's staff used a decades-old federal government program, originally created to keep former presidents out of the poorhouse, to subsidize his family's foundation and an associated business, and to support his wife's private email server ...
…even as the Clintons got rich and grew their foundation into a $2 billion organization credited with major victories in the fights against childhood obesity and AIDS — while paying six figure salaries to top aides — Bill Clinton continued drawing more cash from the Former President's Act than any other ex-president, according to a POLITICO analysis. The analysis also found that Clintons' representatives, between 2001, when the Clintons left the White House, and the end of this year, had requested allocations under the Act totaling $16 million. That's more than any of the other living former presidents — Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush — requested during that span.http://goo.gl/pNnjyE
Your Daily Reminder that Most Americans Don't Like Hillary Clinton, Either
A new poll highlights why this election is the most unpleasant in modern history.
60 percent dislike Trump, while 59 percent dislike Clinton. Truly, this is a race to the bottom.…Read the full story
The news came to international attention on Saturday through Claudio Maccone of the University of Turin in Italy, who attended a talk by the scientists who recorded the signal on 15 May 2015.
That's how much more New Yorkers pay in rent, on average, for a one-bedroom apartment that's a minute closer by subway to Manhattan's main business districts.
Trump to meet with Mexican President during last minute trip
Donald Trump is traveling to Mexico Wednesday to meet with the country's president just hours before he is set to deliver a speech focused on immigration policy. Read the full story
Grab a shovel.
KERRY: The media 'would do us all a service' if they didn't cover terrorism 'quite as much'
"Perhaps the media would do us all a service if they didn't cover it quite as much," he continued. "People wouldn't know what's going on."
No kidding. Makes a person wonder what they're smoking over there at haha State.
Press Herald Hackers targeted voter registration systems in Illinois and Arizona, and the FBI alerted Arizona officials in June that Russian hackers were behind the assault on the election system in that state. The bureau told Arizona officials that the threat was ...
"We believe that online voting, especially online voting in large scale, introduces great risk into the election system by threatening voters' expectations of confidentiality, accountability and blah blah blah…"
This company says it's figured out how to make dairy-free milk that tastes exactly like the real thing
Eloy Alonso/Reuters The "Got Milk?" ad campaign has done a solid job getting Americans to consume cow's milk and related products. But over the years, alternatives like almond milk and soy milk have skyrocketed in popularity as palatable replacements for people who are lactose intolerant, concerned about milk's environmental and ethical impact, or simply looking for something different. Perfect Day, a startup that's created a synthetic milk which supposedly tastes and looks just like the real thing. Read the full story
"We want to make clear that we find these clashes unacceptable and they are a source of deep concern," Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook said Sunday. "This is an already crowded battle space. Accordingly, we are calling on all armed actors to stand down immediately and take appropriate measures to de-conflict."