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All your libraries are belong to Hillary

All your libraries are belong to Hillary

Washington Free Beacon reporter barred from University of Arkansas archives after two damaging stories based on archival research.

Alana Goodman at The Washington Free Beacon has broken a couple of big stories based on research of documents released at the University of Arkansas Library archives.

That’s the University archives, mind you, not the the Clinton Library that hosted the, ahem, pantsuit exhibit.

In February it was The Hillary Papers, which revealed her support for single payer and quite the attitude.

Then it was The Hillary Tapes, about how Hillary was less than serious in reciting how she helped a child rapist get off easy.

It appears that some people are upset, because Clinton Donor Bans Free Beacon From University of Arkansas Archives

A Hillary Clinton donor who serves as dean of the University of Arkansas libraries has banned the Washington Free Beacon from the school’s special collections archives, after the news outlet published revealing stories about Hillary Clinton based on documents available at the university library….

Library dean Carolyn Henderson Allen informed editor-in-chief Matthew Continetti in a June 17 letter that the library had “officially suspended” the Free Beacon‘s research privileges…..

“I am writing you to direct you and the Washington Beacon Press to cease and desist your ongoing violation of the intellectual property rights of the University of Arkansas with regard to your unauthorized publication of audio recordings obtained from the Roy Reed Collection,” wrote Allen.

According to Allen, who contributed $500 to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2007, the Free Beacon violated library rules by failing to submit a form requesting permission to publish the materials.

Allen called on the news outlet to “immediately remove the audio recordings of the Roy Reed Collection from your website” and “immediately return all audio recordings obtained from the Roy Reed Collection previously provided to you.”

Hillary as President?

What possibly could go wrong.


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Hill-larry has more baggage than a cruise-line.

She has…for decades…been one of the most evil, draconian women on the planet.

That cackle is a give-away. Remember, her main achievement has been enabling really BAD men. So what does that make her…???

If ANY lefty-prog site had published similar docs about a conservative, the media would be celebrating “bringing these crucial facts” to light. Lefty-progs hate being exposed.

    Diggs in reply to Bon Hagar. | June 20, 2014 at 9:16 am

    It’s called “speaking truth to power” when it’s about conservatives. It’s called racist or soon, sexist, when it’s about Barack or Hillary.

    TugboatPhil in reply to Bon Hagar. | June 20, 2014 at 9:44 am

    The only way to have a watchdog press is to have a Republican in the White House. Even then they make up a lot of stuff, but at least they show some sense of curiosity about what is going on in DC.

    They’d be getting a Pulitzer.

Oh please let Hillary be the nominee. Unless the Republican nominee is a complete loser, he/she will trounce Hillary. We need to settle once and for all the idea that she’s the smarted, most admired woman in the world. Holier than Mother Teresa. Smarter than Marie Curie. A stronger leader than Margaret Thatcher. A better fighter than Golda Meir. More a martyr than Joan of Arc. Win or lose, she’ll not be able to keep any of those.

Another instance of enabling a REALLY bad man.

While destroying a very young girl/woman. She’s done it all her long life.

    further cementing my feelings she was always the poisonous one in the clintons marriage.
    bill was an idiot. she’s a schemer and is the smarter of the 2 by a magnitude.

    Archer in reply to Ragspierre. | June 20, 2014 at 11:59 am

    Make the “Progressives” tell us again: The “War on Women” is being waged by who, exactly?

    The lies and evidence keep piling up, and some of it is starting to smell.

Based on the IRS investigation, should we have a fire brigade standby next to the library, hoses at the ready?

stevewhitemd | June 20, 2014 at 11:43 am

Instapundit has the Free Beacon’s response, linking to a letter by their lawyers. Superb, well written letter that covers each and every point. It pretty much demolishes any claim the university might have, not that it will stop them.

Bitterlyclinging | June 20, 2014 at 12:30 pm

Go back, for a minute to 1946, to Nuremburg, Germany, and the War Crimes Trials, and one defendant in particular, Julius Streicher, the editor and publisher of the German newspaper “Der Sturmer”
Herr Sturmer’s defense in front of the tribunal was that he never, ever put pistol to the head of a helpless Jewish prisoner, nor did he ever drop cannisters of Zyklon B poison gas down the open overhead portal of a sealed room containing naked, helpless Jewish prisoners below. He was just a simple newspaperman engaged in gaining his ordinary daily existance by putting ink onto newspaper.
The judges ordered that he be hung by the neck until dead, anyway.
The same standards should be applied whenever the American people decide they have had enough of the treachery, treason, perfidy, and lawlessness of Comrade Barack and the rest of the Democratic party and we, afterwards, turn our gaze upon those who brought us this current day misery and abomination with their conspiracy and collusion, Newsweek Magazine for its photoshopping of Obama’s ears to make him appear more human on its April, 2008 cover, Ezra Klein and his 400 member ‘journolist’, the “Unofficial Campaign To Elect Barack Obama”, and how can we forget the NYT, the WaPo, ABC, CBS, CNN, and NBC?

    Phillep Harding in reply to Bitterlyclinging. | June 20, 2014 at 2:54 pm

    Considering Hitler’s history and how reporters and editors fared when they said anything critical of him, he would have had a point had he pleaded duress.

A “public” university wants to keep its library archives safe from the public!

What is the purpose of the library and archives and collections at the University of Arkansas? Some trustees need to be asking those questions starting tomorrow, if not yesterday.