Dr. Salomon Melgen Held Without Bond Despite ‘Friends’ Harry Reid and Robert Menendez in High Places

Harry Reid
Senator Robert Menendez and Dr. Salomon Melgen are under indictment on federal corruption charges. But a third key player, the man who actually organized a controversial 2012 meeting, is Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV). He's being protected by a selective Department of Justice, a stonewalling Capitol Police, and a compliant and incurious mainstream media and remains unindicted. He's even threatening to hijack the United States Senate and force a vote on the controversial Attorney General nomination of Loretta Lynch.

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Jeb Bush Wants to Show NH Republicans ‘His Heart’

Jeb Bush spoke to New Hampshire Republicans, aiming to humanize himself a bit. However, at times it seemed as though the quickly-paced speech of platitudes may have risked leaving the audience feeling talked at, as opposed to talked to.
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Christie Talks Up Entitlement Reform In N.H.

When asked if speaking "truth to power" can get someone elected to the White House, said Christie, "I don't know but if I run we're going to find out because I'm not changing." Also as to electability, he said, "I'm a Republican in New Jersey, come try that for a couple days," pointing out that his state hasn't elected as Republican to the U.S. Senate in 42 years.
Vaccine Refusals

Vaccine Vote Delayed in Sacramento

California’s hotly-debated vaccinate mandate, Senate Bill 277, has been delayed just in time for the anticipated official April 17 end to the measles outbreak that began spreading at Disneyland last December and that inspired two Democrat State Senators, Dr. Richard Pan and Ben Allen, to propose the bill. The new legislation would strip parents’ ability to exempt their children from one or more of the 27 doses of vaccine required for K-12 students.
Nixon

Kutler Busted Doctoring Nixon Tapes to Help John Dean

College professor Stanley Kutler, who filed the lawsuit which forced the release of Richard Nixon's tapes and who published a book titled "Abuse of Power,” died last week. When the New York Times published an obituary of Kutler, who was 80, it chose to gloss over a serious breach of ethics which will always invalidate Kutler's claim to being a historian and reveal him as a Nixon-hater and partisan.
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Dr. Salomon Melgen Held Without Bond Despite ‘Friends’ Harry Reid and Robert Menendez in High Places

Senator Robert Menendez and Dr. Salomon Melgen are under indictment on federal corruption charges. But a third key player, the man who actually organized a controversial 2012 meeting, is Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV). He's being protected by a selective Department of Justice, a stonewalling Capitol Police, and a compliant and incurious mainstream media and remains unindicted. He's even threatening to hijack the United States Senate and force a vote on the controversial Attorney General nomination of Loretta Lynch.
Protesters march in support of raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour as part of an expanding national movement known as Fight for $15 in Miami.

Jeff Sessions: Help Low-Wage Workers By Controlling Immigration

Disgruntled, largely fast food, workers — spurred by labor organizations such as the Service Employees International Union — staged a rally this week calling for a $15-an-hour minimum wage. They insist the current economy is unfair to low-wage workers. But the real problem is immigration, both legal and illegal.
Scott Walker

Walker Support Solid, Establishment Favorite Bush Struggles in N.H.

As the Republican presidential candidates gather this weekend in New Hampshire, they're all chasing a midwestern governor. The latest survey of New Hampshire Republicans, by liberal-leaning Public Policy Polling, finds Wisconsin's Scott Walker with a strong lead at 24 percent, followed by a rising Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

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