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Hillary Clinton is still Alive

Prosecutors allowed to appeal Walker probe ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

Madison— Friday evening, the Wisconsin Supreme Court allowed three district attorneys to go to the U.S. Supreme Court over a secret closed investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and conservative groups.

But the state Supreme Court denied the prosecutors help from a national law firm that had won a similar case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

In a 4-1 unsigned decision, the state's high court found that Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm and two other Democratic district attorneys, Ismael Ozanne of Dane County and Larry Nelson of Iowa County, cannot share sealed documents with three outside counsels.

The three private attorneys in question work for the firm Reed Smith LLP, which handled the U.S. Supreme Court case Caperton vs. A.T. Massey Coal Co.

That decision dealt with whether state supreme court justices could sit on cases involving major political benefactors.

A similar issue is at play in Wisconsin. The appeal attempt to the U.S. Supreme Court by the district attorneys is likely to hinge on whether Justices Michael Gableman and David Prosser should have ruled on the investigation because their campaigns benefited from heavy spending by groups that were caught up in the probe.


Bernie Sanders to Make Cameo on 'Saturday Night Live' With Larry David

This should be a great show!!


Clinton voter fraud in Polk County, Iowa Caucus


Hillary Feels The Bern!

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Seeking victory in Iowa, Hillary Clinton has begun channeling the economic indignation of her rival Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, whose unapologetically liberal campaign has tightened the race ahead of Monday's caucuses and given him a lead in the New Hampshire contest that follows.

Making her closing argument to Iowa caucus-goers, Clinton now cloaks her detailed policy plans in Sanders' outraged rhetoric. Pharmaceutical pricing "burns" her up. Companies that take advantage of the tax loopholes get her "pretty riled up." And she promises to "rail away" at any industry that flouts the law.

"I'm going after all of them" she declared in Davenport, her tone escalating to a shout. "When I talk about going after those companies, those businesses, those special interests, I have a much broader target list than my opponents."


Money Bomb!!!!!!!!!!!

lets roll...............


Top 10 Movies That You Have To Watch Twice

I'm entering this list for all of us, some great movies worth revisiting or for the first time!

Oregon standoff

Does anyone know why the fuck they are allowing in supplies to these criminals? They went in there saying they would stay there a year if necessary, but they brought no fucking supplies! What a bunch of idiots!! The point is if we don't allow supplies in (as any military mind would know) they will sooner or later leave and surrender peacefully. Whats going on and who do we contact to complain? Or start a petition?

Paul Ryan Quietly Doing Seated Ab Exercises Throughout State Of The Union

WASHINGTON—Taking the opportunity to strengthen his core during the president’s hour-long remarks, House Speaker Paul Ryan is said to have quietly performed a series of ab exercises as he sat through the State of the Union address Tuesday, sources reported. “Twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty—come on, let’s push it, two more sets,” whispered Ryan, who reportedly grunted at regular intervals from his seat several feet behind President Obama as he targeted his midsection, obliques, and lower back with a regimen of ab squeezes, leg pull-ins, and seated crunches. “Keep it going now. Yeah, that burn is the body getting stronger. Stick with it.” At press time, Ryan was reportedly spotted grabbing a plastic sports bottle from the floor of the rostrum and dousing his face with water while the president described his vision for America’s future trade role in the Pacific.

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