Hillary Clinton’s ‘Shadow Diplomat’ Ran Big-Money China, Russia Deals

Thomas Pickering, chairman of the Benghazi Accountability Review Board, appears before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on the Benghazi attacks in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on September 19, 2013. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)
A new report from the Center for Security Policy, called “Clinton’s Shadow Diplomat,” concerns former Ambassador Thomas Pickering, who last made the news by forgetting to mention he was getting paid by Boeing while lobbying for the Iran nuclear deal, which just happens to have facilitated a $25 billion deal for Boeing.
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Trump: Hillary Has Less Energy Than Jeb Bush

Wednesday in Charlotte, NC, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has less energy than former GOP primary candidate Jeb Bush. Trump said, “Hillary said, ‘Donald Trump took time off the campaign.’ Can you believe it? Here’s a woman who goes home and she goes to sleep all the time. Think of it. She’s got no energy whatsoever. Everyone talking about the fact that I’ll do seven, eight, nine stops.” He added, “Here’s a woman, she makes a speech for 15 minutes, she goes to home, goes to bed. Honestly, she has less energy than Jeb Bush. I mean it. I mean it. And the reason I bring him up—he didn’t sign the pledge—he’s open game. So he signed the pledge right, but he didn’t honor it. How do you live with yourself?” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
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Washington Post: Megyn Kelly Showed ‘Badassery’ in Interview with Newt Gingrich

The Washington Post’s media columnist Margaret Sullivan heaps praise on Fox News host Megyn Kelly for showing “badassery” in her heated interview with Newt Gingrich, in which Kelly described Donald Trump as a “sexual predator” but refused to describe Bill Clinton as one.
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Poll: Half of Americans Say Things Were Better in the Fifties

Leave It to Beaver
In a new survey, a non-profit organization called PRRI put an interesting spin on the traditional “right track, wrong track” polling question by asking if “American culture and way of life have changed for the worse or better since the 1950s.” It turns out a slim majority think the Fifties were better, by 51% to 48%.
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