I had always heard this, around the edges, so to speak. That the Clintons & relatives & cronies got rich off the Haiti disaster. The MSM wouldn't touch with a 10 foot pole, naturally:
This topic has been under discussion in our extended (mostly Christian conservative) family. And primarily regarding Kasich, for whom we who live in Ohio have voted for twice. The consensus is not that if Trump loses, civil war will "break out" amongst Republicans. No, we believe, to a man and woman, that conservatives will exit the republican party in droves.
Wonder how much Trump is paying Don King to follow him around and pretend to be for him so he can get some black votes. LOL. Two jack off's. Excuse my French Rolland.
Some posters here have questioned whether or not antisemitism is really a problem in today's America for Jews. I am linking you to an article about a University of California course which has a clear antisemitic bias. Jews on campuses (and elsewhere) throughout America face psychological and physical threats every day in this country.
So the NY Times has finally "decided to be more direct in calling things out when a candidate actually lies…The birther issue represents, well, outright lying. And he lied over a long period. It is a real word and we will use it when warranted.”
This is NOT a partisan attack. The events started when W was POTUS, but are continuing under Obama. Columbian officials had arrested, and were trying for their crimes, 14 horrendous individuals, led by one of the most notorious drug lords in the drug-infested history of Columbia -- Hernan Giraldo Serna!
The army wanted a weapon which could be used against an enemy which hides behind protective walls, sandbags, etc. A weapon was developed. It did what the army wanted it to do. There were problems with its safety. Those problems were fixed. So why isn't it being used more often?
I will link to an article which delineates what a huge problem heroine and other opioid products have become in recent years. And, the main problem, in Ohio at least, is not in the central parts of our larger cities. The problem seems to be the worst, proportionately, in Ohio's small towns and rural areas!