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Obama has shot a poison dart of 'leftism' into our nation's heart

To The Daily Sun,

Is it beyond the realm of possibility that the Clinton dynasty has struck again? Is it because they have apparently gotten away with murder and other forms of skullduggery since the 1990s, that they feel free to continue to intimidate others even while Hillary is under the hot light of a criminal investigation?

Attorney General Loretta Lynch replaced the incorrigible Eric Holder and came with the label of someone who has great integrity and has been an honest and upstanding law officer. So why in the world would she have allowed Bill Clinton to come onto her plane and stay there for half an hour for a private meeting? My God, if not for the tenacity of a local reporter, we might not even know that these two engaged in an ex parte meeting in which one of the parties has the potential to be a witness in an ongoing investigation.

Lynch will not recuse herself while claiming that she will let the investigation continue as planned and will accept the findings. Of course, that does not necessarily mean that she will not retain the power to make a final decision. Remember, President William Jefferson Clinton appointed Lynch as U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York in 1999.

Is it just possible that Loretta Lynch might just be the one to replace Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia if she makes the right call regarding this criminal investigation? Yes we know, justice is supposed to be blind. But when it comes to the Clinton Crime Family Foundation, not so much.

Well, the Bonnie and Clyde of American politics (David Horowitz line) has just provided us with the most frightening example of the deep, embedded corruption within our political system. Meanwhile, back at the GOP camp, they are too busy fighting with each other about "core principles" while acting like pussy cats with their Democratic adversaries. Good grief.

The Justice Department announced, within a couple of days of the "secret meeting" about grandkids, that the Clinton bribery investigation will just have to wait until long after the election. FBI Director James Comey decided there will be no indictment, apparently because Hillary was only "extremely careless" with sensitive and classified material regarding matters pertaining to our national security. So former secretary Clinton only breached national security protocols, deleted thousands of emails, burned her government schedules and put top secret information onto a server that can be easily hacked.

So there will be no prosecution of the eternally corrupt Clinton Crime Family Foundation. That is the nature of today's political system in the United States of America. Do I sound cynical? You bet I am! Barack Obama has shot a poison dart of "leftism" into to heart of this democratic republic. Hillary Clinton is primed to take out her progressive revolver and put to death the individual liberty of a nation that has personal freedom as its touchstone.

What's that you say, Hillary? Oh right, "It's time to move on. After all, at this point, what difference does it make." The wonder of "global utopianism" is near at hand. The "left" will not be denied. Especially if the "right" cannot find some integrity, true grit and patriotic common sense. Tomorrow would not be too soon.

Russ Wiles

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We shouldn't be purchasing items made in foreign countries

To The Daily Sun,

I read the column by Jim Hightower on page 5 of the July 9 Daily Sun. There should be more articles like this, informing us of companies who are moving their manufacturing to countries. I felt that the way they informed their employees of the decision was "cold."

I believe we need to respond by not purchasing these items that are manufactured in foreign countries. In this case, CARRIER AIR CONDITIONING units. Also, any other products made by United Technologies.

In addition, perhaps people who own stock in that company should sell before sales decline.

This is just my opinion and I'd be interested in hearing what others have to say.

Marie Ann Gray


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