Hillary Clinton email scandal

Leftist Judges Are Creating A Pre-Civil War America

The Supreme Court’s infamous Dred Scott decision authored by Democrat Chief Justice Roger B. Taney was the ultimate expression of the long-held Democrat Party belief that state officials elected as Democrats have the right to impose their will and their laws on the residents of other states.

Send Lawyers, BleachBit, and Money

Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

Imagine a mafia don who wants to have some evidence destroyed, maybe even have a witness “disappear.” Does he have a sit-down with his trusted capos, who will then give the job to a reliable button-man? Not if he’s taken the Clinton Family course in advanced criminology — known around the campus as “(C).” If the don is a graduate, he knows the new way to get away with murder is to have all your orders communicated by your lawyers.

Hillary Clinton’s 15,000 New Emails Cast Shadow Over Campaign

Mark Landler and Steven Lee Myers, NYT

The dispute over Hillary Clinton’s email practices now threatens to shadow her for the rest of the presidential campaign after the disclosure on Monday that the F.B.I. collected nearly 15,000 new emails in its investigation of her and a federal judge’s order that the State Department accelerate the documents’ release.

Any One Of These Four Laws Could Put Hillary, Aides In Jail

Richard Pollock, The Daily Caller

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and key aides are vulnerable to three felony charges and one misdemeanor count under the Espionage Act because of the unauthorized transfer of classified documents to her private email server, former national security and law enforcement officials tell The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Hillary Clinton STILL doesn’t have a good answer for questions about her emails

Chris Cillizza, The Washington Post

Hillary Clinton was rolling along during a CNN-sponsored town hall on Monday night in Iowa. She was forceful and aggressive. Then moderator Chris Cuomo asked her about her email controversy. Here's the back and forth.

Clinton’s Emails: A Criminal Charge Is Justified

Michael Mukasey, The Wall Street Journal

The FBI’s criminal investigation of messages on the server initially related solely to Mrs. Clinton’s possibly unlawful mishandling of classified information. The investigation has now metastasized to include “the possible intersection of Clinton Foundation donations, the dispensation of State Department contracts and whether regular processes were followed” as Fox News’s Catherine Herridge reported Jan. 19, quoting an intelligence source.

More Hillary Clinton emails released, several labeled "classified"

Chris Keane, Reuters

There are several emails in the latest release -- many which are heavily redacted -- bearing a "CLASSIFIED" stamp. The State Department says that these are new stamps applied by officials at the State Department, and the stamps do not indicate that the information in the emails was classified at the time Clinton sent them.

FBI probe of Clinton e-mail expands to second data company

Tom Hamburger and Rosalind S. Helderman, The Washington Post

The FBI’s probe into the security of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s e-mail has expanded to include a second private technology company, which said Tuesday it plans to provide the law enforcement agency with data it preserved from Clinton’s account.

Yes, Hillary Clinton broke the law

Ken Cuccinelli, The New York Post

Since there has been much evasion and obfuscation about Hillary Rodham Clinton’s e-mail use, it seems appropriate to step back and simply review what we know in light of the law. It’s also instructive to compare Clinton’s situation to arguably the most famous case of our time related to the improper handling of classified materials, namely, the case of Gen. David Petraeus.

Clinton Starting To Sound Like Nixon

James S. Robbins, USA Today

Last month, famed Washington Post reporter and Watergate investigator Bob Woodward said that the email scandal engulfing former secretary of State Hillary Clinton “reminds me of the Nixon tapes: thousands of hours of secretly recorded conversations that Nixon thought were exclusively his." And there is also a remarkable resonance between Nixon’s statements during the evolving Watergate crisis and Clinton’s public statements regarding her emails.

FBI Investigating Security of Hillary Clinton Emails

Associated Press

The FBI is looking into the security of the private email server that Hillary Rodham Clinton used when she was secretary of state. The Washington Post also reported Tuesday that the FBI has asked Clinton lawyer David Kendall about the security of a thumb drive, containing copies of Clinton's emails, that Kendall possesses.

New probe over Clinton email?

Jethro Mullen and Elise Labott, CNN

The Justice Department is being asked to open a criminal investigation related to the personal email account that Hillary Clinton used during her time as secretary of state, according to sources familiar with the probe.

State Dept. won't release Clinton e-mails until 2016

William Cummings, USA Today

The State Department does not intend to make approximately 55,000 pages of former secretary of State Hillary Clinton's e-mails public until Jan. 15, 2016, according to court documents obtained by Vice News.

Hillary Clinton email case reopened by federal judge

Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times

Judge Reggie B. Walton agreed Friday to a joint request by the State Department and Judicial Watch, which sued in 2012 to get a look at some of Mrs. Clinton’s documents concerning a public relations push. Both sides agreed that the revelation that Mrs. Clinton had kept her own email server separate from the government, and exclusively used her own email account created on that server, meant that she had shielded her messages from valid open-records requests.

The Hillary backer who will pose problems for her 2016 bid

Bob Cusack and Molly K. Hooper, The Hill

An unlikely critic of Hillary Clinton could pose significant problems for the Democratic front-runner for the White House. Dan Metcalfe, who previously oversaw the implementation of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) at the Department of Justice, has been publicly ripping Clinton for her exclusive use of a private email account during her time as secretary of State. Metcalfe notes he is a registered Democrat and will vote for the former first lady if she runs for the White House. That makes his criticism even more damaging.

National Archives, union press State for answers over Clinton email

Fox News

The State Department is facing new questions -- from the National Archives, as well as the union representing America's diplomats -- in connection with Hillary Clinton's exclusive use of personal email while secretary of state. 

National Archives, union press State Department for answers over Clinton email

Fox News

The State Department is facing new questions -- from the National Archives, as well as the union representing America's diplomats -- in connection with Hillary Clinton's exclusive use of personal email while secretary of state. 

GOP to Clinton: Hand over your email server

Reena Flores, CBSNews.com

In the GOP's weekly address Saturday, Indiana Rep. Susan Brooks, who is a member of the House Select Committee in charge of scrutinizing the events leading up to the 2012 attack on a U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, is calling for Clinton to pass on the actual email server that hosted her private address, rather than just copies of the relevant electronic messages.

Why Libs Think Hillary will be the next President

Fernando Espuelas, Huffington Post Blog

As nonpartisan Charlie Cook in National Journal pointed out, there are much more real, politically relevant and resonant issues that will either result in Clinton presidency or an upset. Clinton has a built-in advantage -- her gender. It now looks that she will use the glass-ceiling theme to connect with millions of people who think that the disparities in opportunity, income and talent-based achievement between men and women is not only unfair, but damaging to all women, two-income families and the economy in general.

Jeb Bush's Emails Detail His Relationships With Top Donors

The Associated Press

Among the many thousands of emails Jeb Bush received as Florida governor are a string of notes from campaign donors asking favors and making suggestions.Invariably, Bush responded quickly. Sometimes, he appointed a person a donor had recommended for a position. Other times, he rejected advice about a piece of legislation. It's an insight into Bush's work as governor that's possible only because his emails are open for review, something not yet available for those sent and received by Hillary Rodham Clinton as secretary of state.