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Clinton Campaign, DNC Laundered $84 Million to State Parties To Avoid Campaign Finance Laws – Report

A pro-Donald Trump political action committee filed suit in federal court against the Federal Elections Commission on Monday, alleging the agency failed to take action on a money-laundering scheme involving the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

“The Committee to Defend the President (CDP), a political action committee formally known as Stop Hillary PAC, filed its complaint with the FEC in December 2017 with the claims that the Hillary Victory Fund (HVF) solicited cash from big-name donors, and allegedly sent that money through state chapters and back to the DNC before ending up with the Clinton campaign,” Fox News reported.


Pennsylvania: HAMAS-CAIR Hosting Muslim Capitol (Invasion) Day in Harrisburg

In the midst of a steep increase in anti-Muslim hate crimes and the bullying of Muslim students in Pennsylvania and across the country, Muslims from around the state will be coming to Harrisburg for the Third Annual Muslim Capitol Day on April 17, 2018.

This will be a crucial opportunity to make our voices heard in defense of civil liberties, religious pluralism, and democracy, and to roll back the Islamophobic virus infecting our country.


Premier Wynne’s brother-in-law named interim CEO of eHealth

Premier Kathleen Wynne’s brother-in-law has been appointed “interim” CEO of eHealth, the Toronto Sun has learned.

David Rounthwaite, brother of Wynne’s wife, Jane, was appointed to the $210,000-a-year job effective March 7.


No Jihad: French court orders baby boy’s name be changed

Various French media report that on Friday the court in Toulouse ordered the vowels in the baby’s name be reversed to form the name ‘Jahid,’ as allowed by the French Civil Code.

The incident apparently stems from a common misconception that the word ‘Jihad’ translates as “holy war” in Arabic – when it actually means “struggle” or “effort.” However, as France is reeling from a number of devastating terror attacks over the last number of years, the term was deemed not to be in the child’s best interest.


This polling shows just how tough it will be for Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals to get re-elected

Fresh polling provided to CBC News shows the depth of opposition to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and her party, but suggests her government’s big budget promises could swing some NDP voters into the Liberal camp.

The polling conducted in early April by Innovative Research Group shows Doug Ford and the Ontario PC party with 37 per cent support, followed by the Liberals at 26 per cent, the NDP at 18 and the Green party at six per cent. Ten per cent of voters said they were undecided.

Ford is tapping into “a sense of anger that governments are governing in the interest of special interests and not in the interest of real folks,” said the polling firm’s owner Greg Lyle, in an interview with CBC News.

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