It is the 21st of January 2020


Original Scandal: Federal Judge Denies Release Of Draft Hillary Whitewater Indictment

A federal judge has officially denied a FOIA request from Judicial Watch seeking a draft of a criminal indictment of Hillary Clinton prepared by prosecutors back in the mid-90s related to her involvement in the Whitewater scandal.  According to Politico, U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Walton, a Bush appointee, ruled that Clinton's "substantial privacy interest" outweighed any public interest in disclosure and that the material was protected from disclosure by a court rule enforcing grand jury secrecy.  The 30-page opinion from Walton (attached in its entirety below) argues that the draft indictment would not "shed light on any agency's performance of its statutory duties, but potentially shed light solely on the character of Mrs. Clinton, independent to her position as a public official, which is not the objective of the FOIA.

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Trump "Deep Throat" Emerges: Someone Leaks Donald's '95 Tax Filing To The NYT

For months democrats had complained that it was only damaging information associated with Hillary and the Democratic party that had been leaked during the election season, a string of hacks which was promptly assigned to Russia and Putin. That changed overnight.

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Wells Fargo Slammed With $2.6 Billion Lawsuit By Terminated Workers

In the first legal action brought by fired employees of America's largest mortgage lender and Warren Buffett's favorite bank - about whose criminal activity he was vowed not to say a word until after the election to avoid bringing attention to Hillary's hypocrisy of slamming Wells' illegal tactics even as she accepts support and money from Wells' biggest shareholder - two former Wells Fargo employees filed a class action in California seeking $2.6 billion from managers who fueled the creation of fake accounts on behalf of workers who tried to meet aggressive sales quotas without engaging in fraud, and were then demoted, forced to resign or fired.

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Trump: Titan of Corporate Tax Cuts

This article by David Haggith was first published on The Great Recession Blog.

Trump's corporate tax cut is a gift to himself like his corporate jet.

Trump’s corporate tax cut is supply-side stimulus I could agree with if done right, even though it primarily helps the rich. Trump wants to cut the top corporate tax rate from its current 35% to 15% (which is currently the bottom bracket in US corporate income tax structure). That makes the Trump corporate tax cut the largest of its kind in the history the United States.

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