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Too Big to Jail

Dear Editor:

Countless times since her e-mail scandal was uncovered, Hillary Clinton repeatedly told the the Press, Primary Voters and the American People, “I did not e-mail any classified material to anyone on my e-mail.” FBI Director James Comey directly refuted that claim, confirming once again Hillary lied.
“I Did Not Email Any Classified Material To Anyone On My Email,” Hillary Clinton on 3/10/2015
Director Comey exposed Hillary’s lies when he briefed the American People, telling us that, “110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information at the time they were sent or received. Eight of those chains contained information that was Top Secret at the time they were sent; 36 chains contained Secret information at the time; and eight contained Confidential information, which is the lowest level of classification. Separate from those, about 2,000 additional e-mails were “up-classified” to make them Confidential; the information in those had not been classified at the time the e-mails were sent.”
Despite the overwhelming display of Hillary’s gross negligence that put American lives at risk, it is unlikely the Obama Justice Department will choose to prosecute the Democrat Party’s presumptive Presidential nominee. Sadly, we must now add Hillary’s email transgressions to others like Travelgate, Whitewater, and Benghazi – which show the Clinton Family’s multi-decade ability to live above the law.
Now more than ever, people are disgusted that insiders like Hillary Clinton can live by one set of rules, while the rest of us are rightly held accountable when we do wrong. And though we would like to be proven wrong, it’s just a matter of time until the Obama Justice Department formally punts at prosecuting Hillary’s role in the Clinton Foundation’s pay to play approach to American Diplomacy.
So, while legal justice is unlikely to ever be served against the Clinton’s, it is more apparent than ever that only the American Voters themselves can deliver the justice hardworking and honest Americans deserve. In November, we must stop the most dishonest political family in America’s history from re-gaining access to the White House. To do that, we need your help!
Please accept my challenge to do one or more of the following three things to help ensure we stop Crooked Hillary in her tracks:
• Spread the word by liking, sharing and commenting on social media about how important it is to keep the Clinton’s away from the White House.
• Volunteer to work on a 2016 campaign – ensuring all of our candidates from Donald Trump to our candidates for Congress, State Senate and State Assembly have the manpower necessary to win in November. Reply to this email to get involved!
• Donate to Republican Committee’s like ours to ensure we have the financial means to get our word out. Click here to contribute online.

John Jay LaValle, Chairman,
Suffolk County Republican Committee

Teachers Federal Credit Union Awards Six $1,000 Scholarships to High School Graduates

Dear Editor:

Teachers Federal Credit Union, one of the country’s largest credit unions, has awarded six $1,000 education scholarships to Long Island high school graduating seniors as part of the credit union’s ongoing efforts to provide support and encouragement to local students within the communities it serves.
Teachers Federal Credit Union announced the following graduating high school seniors as winners of $1,000 scholarships during a recent ceremony held at TFCU’s Hauppauge headquarters: William F. Renz II of Rockville Centre, a graduate of Chaminade High School, plans to attend Yale University and study Economics; Alexis Maria D’Alessandro of Dix Hills, a graduate of Half Hollow Hills High School-West, plans to attend MIT and study Mechanical Engineering; DeVante C. Frederick of Brentwood, a graduate of Brentwood High School, plans to attend Farmingdale State College and study Computer Science; Dominic Deik, a graduate of West Hempstead High School, plans to attend Johnson & Wales and study culinary arts; Jack Thomas Rodriguez, a graduate of Sachem East High School, plans to attend Penn State and study environmental engineering; and Emma Todd, a Northport High School graduate, plans to study Mathematics at Stony Brook University.
Our TFCU scholarship winners are an impressive group of high school students. We celebrate the accomplishments of each and recognize that the Long Island education system continues to produce thousands of exceptional students each year. Our scholarships are awarded to young men and women to assist them as they take the next steps in reaching their educational and career goals,
TFCU, headquartered in Hauppauge, was founded in 1952 and has over $5 billion in total assets, serves more than 250,000 members and has 25 branches. TFCU offers financial services to people and businesses in both Nassau and Suffolk counties.
For more information about Teachers Federal Credit Union products and services, please call (631) 698-7000 or visit www.teachersfcu.org.

Robert G. Allen
TFCU President/CEO.

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