The cover up of Hillary Clinton’s record begins

From the Pirate’s Cove: CBS: Possible Coverup By State Department Of Misconduct By William Teach June 10, 2013 – 10:50 am The most transparent administration ever? (CBS News) CBS News has uncovered documents that show the State Department may have covered up allegations of illegal and inappropriate behavior within their ranks. The Diplomatic Security Service, …

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“I’m a born free, American woman, wife, mother, and citizen. And I’m telling my government that you’ve forgotten your place…”

Becky Garritson; president of an Alabama Tea Party organization summed up the BO Administration and all its Scandals in one short quote. For those in the BO Admin who did understand, had to say “OUCH”. Rep. McDermott (Commie-Washington) sure didn’t get it. In typical Progressive/ Liberal/ Commie fashion, he blamed the victim. He told Becky …

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Defending Hillary Clinton: the Democrats are trying to absolve her from responsbiliity in #Benghazi

From The Washington Post: Veteran diplomat says Benghazi review was thorough, defends report amid GOP inquiry By Associated Press, Published: May 12 WASHINGTON — The seasoned diplomat who penned a highly critical report on security at a U.S. outpost in Benghazi, Libya, defended his scathing assessment but absolved then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. “We …

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From Around the Blogroll: #Benghazi edition

From the Pirate’s Cove: Obama Pivots To Jobs Again, Goes To Texas, Learns Nothing By William Teach May 9, 2013 – 7:39 pm Question: what happens when a POTUS who is economically illiterate heads to a state that is doing much better than the United States as a whole? He asks how they’re doing it? Brother, you …

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In a choice between a louse and a loon . . .

. . . the voters of South Carolina chose the louse. THE FIRST STREET JOURNAL previously said: It is important for the Republican Party to hold the SC-1 seat, but a primary victory by Mr Sanford might just lead to the election of he Democratic nominee, Elizabeth Colbert Busch, Director of Business Development at Clemson University’s …

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National GOP pulls funding from Mark Sanford

As expected, we at THE FIRST STREET JOURNAL were right about Mark Sanford.  From The Washington Post: National GOP abandons Mark Sanford Posted by Aaron Blake and Karen Tumulty on April 17, 2013 at 2:20 pm Following revelations that his ex-wife accused him of trespassing on her property earlier this year, former South Carolina governor …

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Curtis Bostic for Congress!

Your Editor hasn’t paid much attention to the special election to fill the vacant first congressional district seat in South Carolina,1 but Robert Stacey Stacy McCain certainly has: Sometimes, It Really Matters Posted on | April 1, 2013 | Social media a key part of the campaign for Mark Sanford, Curtis Bostic – Charleston Post and Courier …

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Stars. They’re JUST LIKE US.

Ashley Judd tweeted: Saturday leak. Saturday plumber prices. Sigh. — ashley judd (@AshleyJudd) March 16, 2013 Hat tip to Chicks on the Right, who wrote: Seriously? A multi-millionaire is going to try to act as though she’s concerned about paying Saturday prices for a plumber? If this is Ashley’s way of trying to endear herself …

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Rick Perry says to firearms manufacturers, “C’mon down!”

Long-time readers of THE FIRST STREET JOURNAL may recall that my support for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination initially went to Governor Rick Perry (R-TX). Governor Perry proved to be a poor candidate, but he has remained a great governor, and would certainly have made a better president than the man who holds that position …

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