Bill Clinton Rape Accuser Juanita Broaddrick Skewers NBC over Clinton Interview

When former President Bill Clinton played the victim during an NBC interview that aired Monday, there was one member of the audience who wasn’t buying it at all. Because Juanita Broadrick has spent almost 20 years telling the world that Clinton had brutally raped her in an Arkansas hotel room in 1978. And she wants…

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Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

Scandals rock the Swedish Academy, Arkansas effectively bans medical abortions, and the EPA’s trust issues continue. This week, the Nobel Foundation’s executive director, Lars Heikensten, said in a radio interview that the award could be suspended through …

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EPA assures partners will take part in lawsuit settlement talks

Check out this week’s Independent for a story about how the EPA and Department of Justice are open to settling the Clean Water Act lawsuit against the city. This has reportedly angered other plaintiffs in the case, which include the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Pueblo County and the Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District.

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SCOTUS abortion order celebrated by Ark. Baptists

The U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal today (May 29) to hear Planned Parenthood’s challenge of an Arkansas abortion law could allow the Natural State to become the first state to effectively outlaw medication-induced abortions.<br>

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Supreme Court declines to hear challenge to Arkansas abortion law…..(WINNING)

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request from Planned Parenthood to hear a challenge to an Arkansas abortion law that pro-abortion activists say would force two of the state's three abortion clinics to close. The justices denied the request from Planned Parenthood Great Plains to review a ruling from the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The court’s order paves the way for the Arkansas law to take effect. The Arkansas law, passed in 2015, requires physicians who conduct medication abortions to have a contract with a doctor with hospital admitting privileges. Medication abortions involve taking a first pill, mifepristone,…

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Hillary Clinton says she wants to be the CEO of Facebook

She has lost her Arkansas cotton picking mind. Oh, and what’s with all the scarfs all of a sudden?

(From CNET)

Hillary Clinton is apparently willing to swap a life in politics to lead the world’s largest social-networking company.

The 2016 presidential candidate was at Harvard on Friday receiving the Radcliffe Medal, which honors people who’ve “had a transformative impact on society.” Attorney General Maura Healey, a democrat from Massachusetts, asked Clinton which company she’d want to be the CEO of.

Clinton didn’t pause before quickly answering “Facebook.”

I can think of nothing better that this particular speech totalitarian at the helm of Facebook. Hillary Clinton was a mistake and the country saw it. She lost in an ugly way and she can’t come to terms with it. She had every advantage and still lost. She still can’t deal. That’s totally normal.

And she wants to run Facebook? She can barely make it from the podium to her mobile ambulance on a mildly warm fall day.

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First Black Woman, First Latina Win Gubernatorial Nods in Georgia, Texas

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(From UPI)

Four states — Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky and Texas — held primary voting Tuesday, further setting the stage for midterm elections this fall, as well as making history.

In Georgia, Stacey Abrams became the first black woman to win the nomination of a major party for governor. In Texas, Lupe Valdez became the first Latina to have that opportunity.

Abrams, a former state legislator in Georgia, easily won the Democratic primary with more than 76 percent of the vote.

This fall, Abrams’ Republican opponent will be either Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle or Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Cage won 40 percent and Kemp got 25.6 percent Tuesday, so they will compete in a July runoff to decide the GOP nomination.

In Texas, Valdez, a former Dallas County Sheriff, won the Democratic Party nomination with 53 percent of the vote. She beat Andrew White, the son of former Texas Gov. Mark White, who held the office between 1983 and 1987.

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Skeletal remains found in park where Little Rock teen vanished in 2015

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Police in Little Rock, Arkansas say they’ve discovered human remains at a park where a missing teenage woman’s car was found in 2015, reports CBS affiliate THV. Investigators looking into the disappearance of 18-year-old Ebby Steppach …

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