Monday, June 12, 2017

Larwyn's Linx: Robert Mueller should step aside: Friends shouldn’t be investigating friends

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Robert Mueller should step aside: Friends shouldn’t be investigating friends: LI
Gingrich on 'Special Counsel' Mueller: 'He's Bringing in Dangerous People': IJR
Mueller adds muscle for completely bogus "Russia" "investigation": Mike Allen

Wow. Democrat Senator Calls For Investigation Into Loretta Lynch: Andrea Ruth
The Damaging Case Against James Comey: Jonathan Turley
Comey the Leaking Caped Crusader Exonerates Trump: Susan Brown

Trump Is Beating the Media at Its Own Game: George Neumayr
Corruption and Collusion: Obama, Comey, and the Press: Andrew Klavan
Ex-NYPD Commissioner: Terror Attacks Like London Are The New Normal: RWN

GOP Burning Through Legislative Calendar: The Hill
Texas AG Accuses Lower Courts of Hypocrisy on Trump’s Travel Ban: Susan Crabtree
Roger Kimball: "Just what we need: 3.4 million more welfare recipients": AP

Gohmert: Obama DOJ, Not Russians, Tried to Influence 2016 Election: Breitbart
Two Men Charged With Plotting Hezbollah Terror Attacks in U.S.: Debra Heine
The Islamist Gameplan in America: Amil Imani


Father Of Canadian Healthcare System Now Disowning It: Ed Morrissey
Obamacare Enrollees Rate Coverage Worse Than Any Another Source: Ali Meyer
Job Creation Data Show Trump Voters Benefit From the Trump Economy: Richard D. Baris

Scandal Central

Lawmakers Turn Attention to Loretta Lynch for Handling of Clinton Email Case: PPD
10 Memorable Moments From James Comey’s Testimony: David Rutz
Obligatory James Comey Testimony Roundup: BattleSwarm


Journalists Attacked By the Failing New York Times Respond: Cassandra Fairbanks
#FakeNews analysis from Politico on Illinois: Marathon
Comeytose State: Mark Steyn

Mark Levin: CNN Is Destroying the First Amendment — Jake Tapper Is 'Evil': Jeff Poor
Zakaria Halts Law Professor: My Audience Is Too Dumb To Understand You: Robert Kraychik
After His Testimony, It’s Clear Comey Deserved To Be Fired: Derek Hunter


Four Injured After Paris Restaurant ‘Firebombed’: Breaking 911
NYC: Muslim man threatens to blow up Times Square Church, kill Christians: Creeping
Trump-Authorized Strike Obliterates Base In Somalia Used To Train Terrorists: Jonah Bennett

Qatar, Trump, and the art of the double deal: Caroline Glick
“Zeal for the deal” caused Obama to dismantle units targeting Iran terror financing: Paul Mirengoff
Virginia: 2nd Gen Palestinian Muslim Convicted for Joining ISIS in Syria: Creeping

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Why Men Don’t Live as Long as Women: Richard G. Bribiescas
Big Data Visualization: Paul Rubens
What Does the Future Hold for Ransomware?: Tripwire


Special Counsel Mueller Must Recuse from Comey Part of Inquiry: Robert Barnes
Pardons, All Around! On Me.: MOTUS
Mad Maxine Waters leads ‘Impeach 45’ chant as Nancy Pelosi looks on: Kyle Olson

Image: So long, Trump Tower. First lady Melania Trump, son Barron, move into White House
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QOTD: "...[James Comey's] clearest violation came in the days following his termination. Comey admits that he gave the damaging memos to a friend at Columbia Law School with the full knowledge that the information would be given to the media. It was a particularly curious moment for a former director who was asked by the president to fight the leakers in the government. He proceeded in becoming one of the most consequential leakers against Trump.

Comey said that he took these actions days after his termination, when he said that he woke up in the middle of the night and realized suddenly that the memos could be used to contradict Trump. It was a bizarrely casual treatment of material that would be viewed by many as clearly FBI information. He did not confer with the FBI or the Justice Department. He did not ask for any classification review despite one of the parties described being the president of the United States. He simply sent the memos to a law professor to serve as a conduit to the media." --Jonathan Turley

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