Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D.) keeps pet chickens at the state’s Executive Mansion in Richmond, and one of them is named Hillary, according to a report in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Following reports that politically sensitive documents were being scrutinized by political appointees before being released to the public after information requests, conservative groups are letting Congress know how frustrating the Freedom of Information Act has been during the Obama administration.
Bill and Hillary Clinton love to use their influence to help their friends and donors (but what’s the difference?) to get rich. Most of these cronies, however, have far more to offer in return than Hillary’s younger brother, Tony Rodham. (Note: Rodham, 60, is not very young.)
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, a known partisan who supported former President Bill Clinton in the 90s, indicated on Monday his belief that Hillary Clinton will be the next president.
The most recent operative of Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D.) to join Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was at the helm of a political action committee that offered access to McAuliffe in exchange for cash.
A legal watchdog group on Thursday asked the Department of Justice to investigate allegations that two senior Democratic officeholders illegally pushed federal officials to reward investors in companies to which they had personal, financial, or political ties.
Officials at the Department of Homeland Security gave an “unprecedented” level of special treatment to GreenTech Automotive, an electric car company ran by Terry McAuliffe and Hillary Clinton’s brother Tony Rodham, according to a report from the department’s inspector general.