Kyle Smith at the New York Post reviews Clinton Cash, the blockbuster book from Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer, and excoriates the mainstream press for needing this book’s massive investigation to even think to look into its many “tantalizing” leads about the Clinton Foundation.
On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, host Dan Fleuette will be joined by Fox News commentator Sonnie Johnson discussing the most important news stories of the week. The show will have discussions of the riots and unrest in Baltimore, the latest developments in the 2016 presidential campaign, and the bombshell allegations from Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer’s new book, Clinton Cash.
From the Daily Mail: Baltimore police took several people into custody just minutes after the 10pm curfew went into effect Saturday, including one man who was pepper-sprayed and dragged from the street before being detained. The number of arrests made
Baltimore’s mayor has lifted a citywide curfew six days after the death of Freddie Gray sparked riots in the city.
According to the New York Daily News and other news outlets, “a plainclothes NYPD cop was shot in the head in Queens Saturday — and a massive manhunt was underway for the gunman.” The officer is in critical but stable condition. A high-ranking NYPD source informed the NYDN that the officer’s injuries were “not life-threatening.”
A Mexican jockey won the Kentucky Derby riding an American horse with an Egyptian name.
During a large rally in front of Baltimore’s City Hall, a young man introduced as “Brother Rose,” in winding and sometimes incoherent speech, praised the burning of a CVS store at the corner of Pennsylvania and North Avenues. “America didn’t care until we started affecting things they profit from… What we saying, ‘Let’s get you out of our communities.’”
The 141st Kentucky Derby starts today at 6:24 p.m. Eastern. American Pharaoh, listed as the overwhelming favorite at 2-1, races from the 17th position after a scratch from Stanford. California Chrome, last year’s winner, started in the fifth spot. No Kentucky Derby winner has won after posting at 17.
The Clinton Cash bombshell revelations continue to rock the Hillary Clinton campaign and have sent the former Sec. of State’s campaign communications apparatus into a tailspin.
Demonstrators clashed with police in two cities in the Pacific Northwest late Friday, with marchers throwing rocks and chairs at officers as the evening gatherings spiraled into mayhem.
Breitbart News delivers live coverage of the situation in Baltimore, MD after six police officers were indicted for the death of Freddie Gray. Whether that will satisfy protesters and prevent another night of violence and riots remains to be seen.
Blues legend B.B. King is telling fans he’s in hospice care at home in Las Vegas.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Three former allies of Gov. Chris Christie were charged Friday in the George Washington Bridge traffic jam scandal that has cast a long shadow over Christie’s White House prospects, and one of them pleaded guilty.
People embark on a presidential odyssey for a wide variety of reasons. Some have very plausible chances of winning, but in the back of their minds, they might also see a running-mate slot or Cabinet position as a possible consolation prize.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore’s top prosecutor announced criminal charges Friday against all six officers suspended after a man suffered a fatal spinal injury in police custody, saying “no one is above the law.”
Today is May Day. Since 2007, I have defended the idea of using this date as an international Victims of Communism Day. I outlined the rationale for this proposal (which is not my original idea) in my very first post on the subject.
The Baltimore police transport that carried Freddie Gray to a police station following his arrest made a previously undisclosed stop en route, authorities said Thursday.
If there were a turn-of-the-century equivalent of a TSA security line, Pier 54 at West 14th Street on May 1, 1915 may have been it.
Breitbart News covers breaking updates from Thursday night’s protests over the death of Freddie Gray. After two nights of relative peace, demonstrators are still confronting police as the sun sets, but the city is hopeful for continued calm.
IN AMERICAN public life, surprising angst is generated by the task of finding private jets for political bigwigs to borrow.
Partly a philanthropy (the Clinton Foundation), partly a platform for post-presidential private enterprise (Bill’s speeches and consulting), at one time a presidential campaign-in-waiting (Hillary at the State Department and after), Clinton Inc. is everywhere and nowhere.
Aides to former President Bill Clinton helped start a Canadian charity that effectively shielded the identities of donors who gave more than $33 million that went to his foundation, despite a pledge of transparency when Hillary Rodham Clinton became secretary of state.
The evidence is overwhelming and metastasizing: To co-opt a William Safire line, Hillary Clinton is a congenital rule-breaker.
A handful of deep-pocketed donors are reconsidering their gifts to the $2 billion Clinton Foundation amid mounting questions about how it’s spending their money and suggestions of influence peddling, according to donors and others familiar with the foundation’s fundraising.
An unprecedented ethics promise that played a pivotal role in helping Hillary Rodham Clinton win confirmation as secretary of state, soothing senators’ concerns about conflicts of interests with Clinton family charities, was uniformly bypassed by the biggest of the philanthropies involved.