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WATCH: ‘Clinton Emails on Film’ Recreates Hillary Aide Depositions

Filmmaker and playwright Phelim McAleer is readying his latest project — a series of short films that will reenact the sworn depositions of key Hillary Clinton staffers about the Democrat presidential nominee’s improper and possibly illegal use of a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State.

Oakland Mayor Blasts Trump on Twitter

GOP presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump received some Twitter vitriol from Oakland’s mayor after calling California’s leading city for violent crime one of the most dangerous places on earth.

400 Additional Murders In 2015, Admits Progressive Report

Murder rates in the nation’s top cities have climbed by 11 percent in 2015, but that’s no big deal, says the progressive Brennan Center for Justice. “Because the underlying rate of murders is already so low, a relatively small increase in the numbers can result in a large percentage increase… murder rates are roughly the same as they were in 2012, and 11 percent higher than they were in 2013,” said the report.

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Occupy Returns to UCSD in ‘Million Student March’

The UCSD Million Students March was held in solidarity with approximately 115 campuses around the country and the University of Missouri (“Mizzou”) throughout the day. Students are also demanding free tuition, student debt forgiveness, and a $15 per hour minimum wage for campus employees.

Black Lives Matter Group Referenced by Sen. Elizabeth Warren Idolizes Terrorist

Leaders of a prominent Black Lives Matter group posted a photo of themselves paying homage to Assata Shakur, the convicted cop killer who is on the FBI’s most wanted terrorist list. A prominent picture of leaders of Millennial Activists United (MAU) shows them wearing “Assata Taught Me” shirts. MAU’s “If I die in police custody…” meme was recently referenced by Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren in a speech on racial justice.

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12 Black Lives Matter Protesters Arrested in Hartford While Murder Rate Spikes

Twelve people were arrested Monday in Hartford, Connecticut, for disorderly conduct after blocking traffic and access to the University of Hartford while chanting “Black Lives Matter!” Officers asked the protesters to stop sitting and standing in the roadway, and when they refused to comply, they arrested the anti-law enforcement agitators.