The Republicans Did NOT “Grill” Hillary on Benghazi…Podcast of October 24, 2015 Show


Here is the video preview I made for this show…

Hour 1

Hour 2

Hour 3


Backstory on Benghazi

Ron Paul on this week’s Benghazi Hearing: House Benghazi Hearings: Too Much Too Late and The Benghazi Tragedy Is A Result of Bad Ideology

Backstory on Paul Ryan

Trey Gowdy on Trade Promotion Authority

Paul Ryan on Trade Promotion Authority

Jeff Sessions on Trade Promotion Authority

My View on the Trade Deal

The Democratic Debate Mystery

Barack Obama: The Unauthorized Biography, a review

As I mentioned in the show, four times this week someone pointed out that we the people need to start taking responsibility for the state of things. I asked for suggestions on actions to take but we didn’t get far, but as luck would have it, I came across this podcast which has some great ideas! Agorism & Counter-economics

For more on “the remnant,” see the end of this review, Our Enemy the State.

The Neo-Conservative Handbook

Here’s that clip of Hillary cacklling…”We came, We saw, He died!”

Here was the best exchange of the hearing…note the Congressman has Hillary dead to rights and what does he say? “Mr. Chairman, I’ll yield back the balance of my time.” (Start at 4:48)

The Clinton Chronicles

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2 Responses to The Republicans Did NOT “Grill” Hillary on Benghazi…Podcast of October 24, 2015 Show

  1. December 1997-Spring 1998: Urgent Requests for Embassy Security Go Unheeded

    “By December 1997, Prudence Bushnell, the US Ambassador to Kenya, is aware that her embassy could be in danger. She has been told of an August 1997 warning that proved there was an al-Qaeda cell in Nairobi (see Late 1994), a precise (and ultimately accurate) November 1997 warning detailing a plot to attack the embassy (see November 1997), and other recent warnings, including information indicating that she is an assassination target. She sends two cables to State Department headquarters in Washington, claiming that the embassy’s location makes it “extremely vulnerable to a terrorist attack,” and asks for security improvements to be made. The State Department turns down her requests and begins to see Bushnell as a nuisance. In early 1998, General Anthony Zinni, the commander of US forces in the region, visits the Nairobi embassy and decides it is vulnerable to terrorist attacks. He offers to send a security team to inspect the situation, but his offer is turned down. The State Department sends its own team instead and in March 1998 determines that about $500,000 worth of easily implemented improvements should make the embassy secure. But the money is not quickly allocated. Bushnell then sends “an emotional letter to Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright begging for the Secretary’s personal help.” She says she has been fighting for months for a more secure embassy as threats increase, and that the State Department’s refusal to grant her requests for funding is “endangering the lives of embassy personnel.” Albright takes no action. The embassy will be bombed in August (see 10:35-10:39 a.m., August 7, 1998).” [Ambassador Bushnell was in the embassy building when it was bombed and received a broken arm as a result of the bombing. More than 200 people were killed.] Source: History Commons | Complete 911 Timeline | 1998 US Embassy Bombings

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