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“The language in Judge Royce Lamberth's order undercut the Democratic presidential contender's assertion she was allowed to set up a private email server in her home for her work as the country's top diplomat and that the arrangement was not particularly unusual.

He described Clinton's email arrangement as "extraordinary" in his order filed on Tuesday in federal district court in Washington.”
http://www.newsweek.com/hillary-clinton-email-state-department-bad-faith-government-wrongdoing-federal-441974
and btw, the impact on a 99%’rs quality of life arising from any coming appointments to the Supreme Court will pale in comparison to the deleterious effects of the TPP and its tribunal.

The TPP will trump the supreme court on matters involving the conduct of business, including how your employer (if you still have one) chooses to pay you and pollute in your backyard

The TPP is much more than a Trade Agreement. It represents a fundamental change in how the country governs. The Tribunal is a "carve-out" of the Supreme Court on ALL matters pertaining to business and profit-seeking.

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