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In late January, 2013, only days before she left office, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was joined by former Secretary James Baker to launch the State Department Diplomacy Center. In early September 2014, she returned to the State Department again joined by predecessors Henry Kissinger, James Baker, Madeleine Albright, and Colin Powell as well as […]

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In the interest of transparency as well as consistency at this blog, here is the link to the latest series of Hillary Clinton’s emails posted by the State Department. Virtual Reading Room Documents Search Results>>>> From Hillary For  America. Today, you might be reading about some of Hillary’s work-related emails that the State Department released […]

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Yesterday, the New York Times published a pdf of emails pertaining to Libya.  Today, the State Department provided 592 emails at its Virtual Reading Room site.   Hillary reiterated to the press gaggle today her hope for earlier rather than later releases of all email the department deems safe to publish. Go to the Department of […]

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The infinitely patient Ms. Marie Harf remounted the bucking email bronco today in the State Department press room. To her credit, she managed not to get thrown and will be signing up for riding lessons, so to speak.  She is going to take an “FOIA class.” Longtime readers here know that the raw story, with […]

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Both Media Matters and State Department spokesperson Marie Harf shed a good deal of light on the truth of the matter today.     The New York Times‘ Deceptive Suggestion That Hillary Clinton May Have Violated Federal Records Law It Was Only After Clinton Left The State Department That The Law Concerning Private Emails Was […]

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Hillary Clinton was back at the State Department today to join predecessors Henry Kissinger, James Baker, Madeleine Albright, and Colin Powell as well as her successor, John Kerry, for a ceremonial ground-breaking.  The U.S. Diplomacy Center, located near the Harry S. Truman Building, will be a museum and education center that will ‘demonstrate the ways […]

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In response to a special request from SophieCT for a post about Hillary’s accomplishments, I thought of this one from March when Jennifer Rubin went on the attack.  Originally  intended as a rampart against Rubin’s onslaught,  it also focused on  Hillary’s legacy.  (Note: there was a follow-up a few days later in response to an […]

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My heart is so heavy posting this.  My hands do not seem to want to obey my brain.  They do not want to post this, but the time has come. Secretary Clinton To Give Farewell Remarks to State Department Employees Notice to the Press Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC January 31, 2013 On Friday, […]

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Remarks at Reception Honoring the Department of State’s Public/Private Partnerships Remarks Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State Ben Franklin Room Washington, DC January 31, 2013 Thank you all very, very much. As Kris just said, we’re all like one millisecond away from just collapsing here – (laughter) – because of the emotion and the feelings […]

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It is beginning to appear that we are not likely to see a video or perhaps even photos of this  event today, but even without images it is possible to sense the load of emotion from the words.   I remember so well her first Town Hall at the State Department in early 2009.  Cyclists requested […]

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