Here are some of the most current stories on Hillary Clinton
Archive for February, 2008
FYI: is more than a recently released movie starring Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhaal about the mysterious disappearance of a suspected (but innocent) . It introduces us to the horrific crimes that our government is committing, as you read this, all in the name of National Security. Extraordinary rendition is the apprehension and extrajudicial transfer of a [...]
John McCain is constantly espousing how squeaky clean he is and above reproach from the Lobbyists who slither and slime through the halls of Congress. Well, that what McCain says but let’s take a look at who he has chosen to be his “inner circle.”
From February 5 to 12, 2008, Democrats Abroad held a Democratic Global Presidential Primary by Internet, fax, mail and in-person at Voting Centers in 34 countries around the globe. This will be the FIRST global primary ever!
This is a continuation of an earlier posting in on the N.Y. Times article on ’s alleged romantic involvement with Vicki Iseman, a partner at the firm Alcalde & Fay. Ms. Iseman represented telecommunications companies for whom Mr. McCain’s commerce committee was pivotal and Her clients contributed tens of thousands of dollars to his campaigns. This is [...]
This Feb. 12 is the 199th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth.
Hundreds of groups across the United States and the globe will celebrate the date as “Darwin Day” in honor of the discoveries and life of Charles Darwin the man who famously described biological evolution via natural selection.
The N.Y. Times has just reported that Senator John McCain, who has been almost certain to win the Republican nomination the Presidency, has accused of having a possible romantic affair with Vicki Iseman, a Washington lobbyist. Iseman has reportedly had conducted business with McCain, appearing before committees that he sits on.
At the time of this publishing, Barack Obama has won the caucus in Hawaii in a crushing landslide! I believe that makes it 10 IN A ROW! I just heard a CNN News commentator pose the question to a panel of seasoned election professionals, “Can Obama be stopped? The answer, at this time, is becoming increasingly obvious however after the last two presidential elections I am just a little reluctant to call it.
It is the opinion of The Lang Report that too many people take themselves and the world much too seriously which tends to contribute to ill feelings, divisiveness and much more, none of it good. Just think if someone like the Ayatollah Khomeini had a sense of humor and was able and willing to laugh at the Shah of Iran and his relationship with the United States. Do you think American citizens would have been taken hostage?