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If your memory goes back to the early nineties, you will remember Arsenio Hall‘s running routine, Things that make you go hmmmm….

Hillary Clinton has stated that she would testify publicly and has asked that her emails be released to the public.  Rather than call her before the committee, Trey Gowdy continues to try to create headlines by changing the playing field.  Hillary has been ready all along and will go before them any time they call.  Issuing the invitation is their role, not hers.

As for Mr. Gowdy’s concern about “security of information,”  Hillary Clinton,  of course,   has the common sense while testifying under oath to suggest an alternate way to provide sensitive and classified information to the committee – common sense ostensibly lacking on the Republican side as it was Jason Chaffetz who told the world live on C-SPAN that  “the annex” was something other than a State Department facility.

Embedded bolding below is my own.

House Panel Seeks Private Talk With Hillary Clinton About Email

Mr. Gowdy said the committee believed that “a transcribed interview would best protect Secretary Clinton’s privacy, the security of the information queried, and the public’s interest in ensuring this committee has all information needed to accomplish the task set before it.”

But, Mrs. Clinton indicated on Tuesday that she wanted to give her testimony in a public setting. In a written statement, a spokesman for her said she had told the committee months ago that she was prepared to testify at a public hearing. “It is by their choice that hasn’t happened,” said the spokesman, Nick Merill. “To be clear, she remains ready to appear at a hearing open to the American public.”

The committee’s ranking member, Elijah Cummings, Democrat of Maryland, said the panel should hold a public hearing instead of a private interview. “Rather than drag out this political charade into 2016 and selectively leak portions of a closed-door interview, the committee should schedule the public hearing, make her records public, and refocus its efforts on the attacks in Benghazi,” he said.

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  1. Loved serving w/ , true friend, partner, & fighter for the middle class. Big loss for Senate, Nevada & country.

I am sure we all wish Senator Reid a complete recovery and a happy retirement. We appreciate his lesson in unreliable exercise equipment.

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Sad this new Indiana law can happen in America today. We shouldn’t discriminate against ppl bc of who they love

Indiana Governor Signs Anti-Gay ‘Religious Freedom’ Bill At Private…

WASHINGTON — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) quietly signed legislation Thursday that could legalize discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals. The Religious Freedom…

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Protecting pregnant women from discrimination shouldn’t be a fight, should be as American as apple pie. More to do:

The channel is not available from my provider, and the video cannot be viewed outside the UK, so if you are there, lucky you!  For the record, though, Hillary was interviewed for a BBC documentary that aired on BBC2 last night.  Here is the link to the video,  for those who can access it.  followed by a review.

Hillary Clinton: The Power of Women, TV review: Women’s rights isn’t about the battle of the sexes – it’s the inequality, stupid

The documentary was a story of what’s happened to women in the world since Clinton gave a landmark speech at the UN’s Fourth World Congress on Women

Before BBC2 turned to the possible next US President in Hillary Clinton: the Power of Women, it launched a new documentary series The Ladykillers: Pest Detectives. The latter’s premise was based on the fact that a mere six per cent of pest-control professionals in the UK are women. It’s a classic bit of man-bites-dog TV commissioning. Look at the women! Killing the rats! Fancy that!

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Thanks to Jen for finding the Youtube!

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@5: 16m covered. Young ppl. Preexisting conditions. Women get better coverage. Repeal those things? Embrace them!

Hillary had a busy day in D.C. today.  She participated in a morning panel on urban development with Julian Castro and others at the Center for American Progress.  The video of the event is available at C-SPAN here >>>>

Later, she gave the keynote address at the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting.   Sponsored by the Newhouse School of Syracuse University, the event was held at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.

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