1. More Emails...yeah, you know what I'm talkin' about:
Okay, we can talk about the latest cache of 14,900 new Clinton emails that dropped this week. None of them should be too surprising including all of the ones that clearly spell out exactly how much one had to donate to the Clinton Foundation to garner favors and access to Sec't of State Clinton. It may look like they were comingling donations, staff, private email servers, and advisors, but that is just not true.
And anyways, the Clintons pinky-swear that if/when Hillary becomes President, they will put a halt to all that kind of stuff that wasn't happening. Bill has promised that he will step away from his Foundation and put an end to all foreign donations. Oh, Chelsea will remain on the Board of Directors, but other than that, all of it will stop...just like they promised in 2009, 2010, 2011, & 2012 when Hillary was Sec't of State. I really do believe them this time.
In other Clinton coincidences that just keep piling up, the FBI reports related to Hillary's interview in connection to the death of Vince Foster have disappeared from the National Archives. The Daily Mail requested access to 8 boxes of records in an earlier FOIA request, but in a second requested review, the reports were not in the boxes. After a thorough investigation of the 8 boxes of records, it was determined that may they were just misfiled in on of the other 3000 boxes. Interesting that it just so happens that coincidentally the only records misfiled were the FBI reports of Hillary's interview. LINK They probably will show up in a box in the WH residence just like Hillary's "missing" Rose Law Firm Whitewater-related billing records...
2. Shakespeare In The Park in Brooklyn:
A summer tradition in NYC as in other parts of the country, is doing productions of Shakespeare in the park. This year is no different, well, except for the newest production of "The Tempest" in Brooklyn's Prospect Park will be All-Female Cast Does Shakespeare In The Nude Sorry, guys no production photos available
“It’s being courageously vulnerable and generous with yourself as an artist, first and foremost, and saying, I’m doing this for this purpose,” said Suzannah Gratz.
Here's my take as someone who has done many productions of Shakespeare's play and in a park setting. No, it's called getting naked so no one notices how bad the acting is. No one is going to paying attention to the well-structured metered verse. They are attending to be oggling nekkid girlzzzzzzzz. FYI Nudity is quite legal in NYC as long as it is for the sake of art.
3. Why does this not surprise me...
This one doesn't need any explanation. It speaks for itself...Black Slime Creeps Washington DC's Famous Monuments
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