Meet Erick Mullen:
"Erick was a consultant to Bill Bradley's presidential campaign and Hillary Clinton's first campaign for the Senate."
And his charming wife, Kelly:
"Craighead is the president and managing director of the exclusive, invitation-only Democracy Alliance, a clearinghouse that connects liberal billionaires to a select group of endorsed organizations, such as the Center for American Progress and the pro-Obama Super PAC Priorities USA, without threat of disclosure.
Craighead has no need for anonymity. She served as a top aide to former First Lady Hillary Clinton and later worked for her U.S. Senate campaign. The Secretary of State even presided over her wedding to Erick Mullen, a top aide to Sen. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.)."
Among the things Mr. Mullen is paid to do is this:
"Uganda Hires D.C. PR Firm Following Sanctions Over Anti-LGBT Law
The $600,000 contract with Mercury LLC is to monitor coverage and lobby on behalf of President Yoweri Museveni and Uganda."
That story refers to the original $600,000 one-year contract.
The current contract with Mercury LLC is for $150,000 per quarter, on an advance paid basis each quarter:
This is really cool - get Hillary Clinton to preside over your wedding, and get paid to protect the interests of people who want to kill LGBT persons.
When she was doing her "I ate through the umbilical cord and raised myself better than wolves" routine, I thought I heard her say, "I buried a child."
While I certainly hope the child was deceased at the time, Carson then launched into "I cut kids' heads open" in response to whether he would bomb Syrian cities.
What's next, Marco Rubio claiming he eats them?
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) County music great and Bakersfield native Merle Haggard shared a message with his fans via social media as he recovers from pneumonia.
Haggard, 78, was hospitalized last week in California and postponed his December tour dates to January and February.
Thank you all for your kind words and prayers! This picture speaks for itself on how I'm doing. See y'all soon!
According to the 20-page Navy investigation, Baucom was at a dinner with about 70 senior military officers and corporate executives and consumed all or part of a gin and tonic, wine and five scotches. The investigation stated that security camera footage showed Baucom falling as he stood up just after midnight, then hitting his head on a bar stool.
Another video camera recorded him stumbling and falling head first into a couch or a side table, then falling to the ground, the investigation stated. At 1:30 a.m. a bellman took Baucom to his room, calling him an intoxicated older gentleman in a statement to the hotel security department, the investigation stated.
Baucom showered, then took prescription medications. He told investigators he woke up later and went through a door, thinking it was to the bathroom. But it led outside, and the door locked behind him.
About 5:45 a.m. he ended up at the front desk.
Im looking for is something to cover up with, he states in the investigative report. So Im looking for just something, if I can find a spare towel anywhere or something laying around so I can get to the lobby, get a key and get back to my room.
Well, damn. I've locked myself out of hotel rooms before, though not right after a shower. Sounds like he just got himself into an unfortunate situation.
Well, remind me to scratch the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club off of my list of preferred accommodations. I don't mind a front desk staff that's stuffy, but I certainly expect a little professional discretion on their part from time to time.
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