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Hillary Praised on Human Rights Despite Clinton Foundation Business with Oppressive Dictators

President Bill Clinton and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) took the stage at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night, touting Hillary Clinton’s record on fighting for change and human rights, but neither mentioned that the former secretary of state’s family foundation worked with and honored dictators from countries with “terrible reputations when it comes to human rights.”

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Daily Mail: ‘Clinton Cash’ a ‘Blistering Indictment’ of How the Clintons Got Rich from Corruption

Nikki Schwab of the Daily Mail reviews the new documentary film “Clinton Cash,” based on Peter Schweizer’s bestselling book of the same name. The film, Schwab writes, “links money given to Bill Clinton for paid speeches to decisions Hillary Clinton made at State,” thus showing that “all those contributions to the Clinton Foundation weren’t pure altruism,” but rather influence-peddling to get the Clintons “to overlook human rights violations by unsavory world leaders.”

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Peter Schweizer: More ‘Clinton Cash’ Investigations Coming

In an interview with JP Carroll of the Daily Caller News Foundation, author Peter Schweizer discussed his the new documentary film Clinton Cash based on his bestselling book by the same name, which premiered during the Cannes film festival this week. Schweizer reveals that in addition to a “Clinton Cash” graphic novel, more investigations of the Clinton scandals are coming.


The Dirty Story Behind Hillary Clinton’s ‘Clean Cookstoves’

On September 21, 2010, the Secretary of State announced the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (Alliance) at the Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (GCI)—with the Clinton Foundation being one of the “Strategic Partnerships and Alliances.” By November 2014, more than $400 million had been raised for the project.

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Chinese Government Paid Bill Clinton Lucrative Speaking Fee as Sec. State Hillary Made ‘Asia Pivot’

Former President Bill Clinton bagged a $200,000 speaking fee on October 21, 2011, paid for by Chinese government entities just ten days after then-Sec. of State Hillary Clinton heralded a “pivot to Asia” in U.S. policy. The stunning revelation is just one of many in the new book, Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich.

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Hillary at Mercy of Putin Thanks to Clinton Foundation Donations from Uranium Execs

In a political debacle of her own creation, Clinton now finds herself in a position where, in order to prove that she was not beholden to Uranium One executives for donations made to the Clinton Foundation prior to the CFIUS approval of the sale of their business to a company owned by the Russian government, she is now beholden to the authoritarian leader of that same Russian government.

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