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Other Informative Stories That We are Following on September 24, 2015

Hillary Clinton Email Company Was Hacked By Foreign Attackers [1] – Breitbart  …  “The company that Hillary Clinton paid to manage her private email network was the victim of a massive international hack during the period in which Clinton was employing it, Breitbart News has learned. In March 2011, the security company RSA was hacked. The hackers got into the company’s system through a malware-infested email sent to an employee, then installed a ‘backdoor’ and stole data. RSA called it an extremely sophisticated cyber attack.’ RSA was not the only victim of the attack. A victim list showed that more than 760 other organizations were also ‘compromised.’ Internap appeared five times on the full victim list.”

“Five different ‘blocks’ of Internap hosted services – which could include websites, email services, and email-storage and cloud services – were hit in the 2011 attack. A computer expert tells Breitbart News that Internap networks could have been used by the hackers to help it get to RSA or other targets. Hillary Clinton’s private email server went down during Superstorm Sandy, which was one of three known times that Clinton’s server went down while she was at the State Department. As Breitbart News reported, Clinton’s server had an open webmail portal that made it highly vulnerable to hackers.”

America’s Sanctuary City Nightmare [2] – The National Interest  …  “A litigation battle is raging between the states and President Barack Obama over his attempt to impose a nationwide ‘sanctuary’ policy for illegal aliens. Yet, there is no question that existing sanctuary policies implemented by numerous towns and cities have victimized innocent Americans. Those sanctuary policies have enabled illegal aliens to commit thousands of crimes –crimes that would not have occurred had their perpetrators been deported in keeping with existing law.”

“In 2011, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released [3] a study on approximately 250,000 illegal aliens locked up in our federal, state, and local prisons. They represent more than a quarter of all of the prisoners in the federal prison system alone. The GAO’s ‘study population’ had been arrested nearly 1.7 million times and committed three million offenses, averaging about seven arrests and 12 offenses per criminal alien.”

“Three states—California, Texas and Arizona—bore the brunt of the crime wave induced by these criminal illegal aliens, although other states—e.g., Florida and New York—suffered significant problems due to criminal illegal aliens, as well. Too many Americans are being assaulted, murdered, kidnapped, and otherwise victimized by sanctuary policies that allow dangerous criminals to remain on the streets. There is no justification for these policies – if you doubt it, just ask the families of those who have been lost because known criminals were given sanctuary by supposedly ‘caring’ government officials.”

EPA Official Flew Home Every Weekend on Taxpayer’s Dime [4] -Washington Free Beacon  …   “An Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official flew nearly every weekend from his office in San Francisco to his home in southern California, amassing $69,000 in ‘excessive trips,’ according to the Office of Inspector General (OIG). A new audit found that the former Region 9 Administrator as the official made 88 trips that he said were also charged taxpayers nearly $4,000 for ineligible travel costs, work related in just three years. The former official lived in Aliso Viejo, Calif., in Orange Country, though he mainly worked out of the Region 9 headquarters in San Francisco. The audit found that the official ‘traveled almost every weekend’ to Orange County. The official also claimed meal and mileage expenses while he was home. The OIG noted that junior employees were responsible for approving his travel and questioned whether ‘subordinates would adequately review their supervisor’s travel.'”

“The audit also found that the former Region 9 Administrator claimed $3,823 in ineligible travel costs, improperly claiming per diems on Saturdays, holidays, and multiple times for the same day. The official also was reimbursed for a rental car for a trip to Tucson, Ariz., though there was no record of him ever renting a car. The EPA said the agency would work to recover any ineligible expenses made by the former official by April 2016.”

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