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  • Congress Should Seek The Help of BIG Accounting, Consulting & Law Firms to Deal With The Scandals

    07/15/2014 4:50:11 PM PDT · by Stayfree · 11 replies
    Self | July 14, 2014 | Self(vanity)
    Congress should get the major accounting firms, consulting firms and law firms on board to investigate the administration on the VA, the IRS, Fast & Furious, the border crisis, Obamacare, the stonewalling, the lies, the coverups and even Benghazi. They have the manpower and the expertise to unearth the corruption, lies, deceit and the truth that the administration is hiding.........
  • Lerner refuses to testify, refuses to produce emails - compel her to testify or jail her!

    06/24/2014 11:38:59 AM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 100 replies
    June 24, 2014
    <p>Lerner refuses to testify, refuses to produce emails - compel her to testify regarding the recipients, senders, subjects and contents of the "lost" email conversations or jail her for contempt of congress.</p> <p>How far up the ladder does this criminal conspiracy go?</p>
  • Sharyl Attkisson Asks Questions That CBS Isn't Asking About the Suddenly Missing IRS E-mails

    06/16/2014 12:31:35 PM PDT · by skinkinthegrass · 37 replies
    newsbusters.org ^ | June 16, 2014 | 12:56 | P.J. Gladnick
    Great questions which contrasts sharply with the CBS online report:WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service says it has lost a trove of emails to and from a central figure in the agency's tea party controversy. The IRS told congressional investigators Friday it cannot locate many of Lois Lerner's emails prior to 2011 because her computer crashed that year. Lerner headed the IRS division that processed applications for tax-exempt status....The IRS was able to generate 24,000 Lerner emails from the 2009 to 2011 because Lerner had copied in other IRS employees. The agency said it pieced together the emails from the...
  • Boehner Will Lift Debt Limit Now--If Obama Will Talk Later

    10/10/2013 2:59:31 PM PDT · by SatinDoll · 30 replies
    CNSNews. com ^ | October 10, 2013 | Susan Jones
    House Republicans say they'll go for a temporary extension of the debt ceiling in exchange for a "real commitment" from President Obama and Democrats to talk about the nation's pressing problems. At a news conference Thursday morning, House Speaker John Boehner said Republicans are ready to "move half way -- half way to what (Obama's) demanded." [snip] - See more at: http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/boehner-will-lift-debt-limit-now-if-obama-will-talk-later#sthash.vzfaeZe4.dpuf
  • White House takes down White House visitor logs, blames Republicans

    10/10/2013 4:04:09 PM PDT · by Nachum · 13 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 10/10/ | Patrick Howley
    The White House has taken down online White House visitor logs and blamed Congress. The logs, which were posted beginning in December 2009 “as part of President Obama’s commitment to government transparency,” are the latest victims of a partial government shutdown that has temporarily idled 17 percent of the federal workforce. “Due to Congress’s failure to pass legislation to fund the government, the information on this web site may not be up to date. Some submissions may not be processed, and we may not be able to respond to your inquiries,” reads the index page for the visitor logs.
  • Wow: Obama rejects Boehner’s proposal for short-term debt-ceiling hike

    10/10/2013 3:54:02 PM PDT · by Hotlanta Mike · 93 replies
    Hot Air ^ | October 10, 2013 | Allahpundit
    As of an hour ago, Jay Carney had confirmed for the White House press corps that Obama would indeed agree to a short-term hike even if the GOP didn’t end the shutdown and NRO was reporting that more than 150 House Republicans seemed onboard with Paul Ryan’s strategy. The government had taken its first tentative step towards resolving the fiscal standoff; the Dow closed up 300 points on the day because of the news. All was right with the financial world — so much so that this was the front page of CNN.com at around 6:15 p.m. ET, before the...
  • Obama Rejects G.O.P. Offer of Short-Term Debt Limit Plan

    10/10/2013 3:52:52 PM PDT · by Jean S · 8 replies
    New York Times ^ | 10/10/13 | JACKIE CALMES and ASHLEY PARKER
    WASHINGTON — President Obama and House Republicans failed to reach agreement on a six-week extension of the nation’s borrowing authority during a meeting Thursday at the White House, but both sides agreed to keep talking and the Republican offer was seen as a first step toward ending the budget standoff. Twenty Republicans, led by Speaker John A. Boehner, went to the White House at Mr. Obama’s invitation after a day of fine-tuning their offer to increase the Treasury Department’s authority to borrow money to pay existing obligations through Nov. 22. In exchange, they sought the president’s commitment to negotiate a...
  • Obama Rejects G.O.P. Offer of Short-Term Debt Limit Plan (Boehner excluded Tea Party Reps in offer)

    10/10/2013 3:52:35 PM PDT · by jimbo123 · 19 replies
    NY Times ^ | 10/10/13 | JACKIE CALMES and ASHLEY PARKER
    President Obama and House Republicans failed to reach agreement on a six-week extension of the nation’s borrowing authority during a meeting Thursday at the White House, but both sides agreed to keep talking and the Republican offer was seen as a first step toward ending the budget standoff. Twenty Republicans, led by Speaker John A. Boehner, went to the White House at Mr. Obama’s invitation after a day of fine-tuning their offer to increase the Treasury Department’s authority to borrow money to pay existing obligations through Nov. 22. In exchange, they sought the president’s commitment to negotiate a deal for...
  • NO DEAL: Obama Rejects GOP’s Compromise Proposal of Short-Term Debt Limit Increase

    10/10/2013 3:36:03 PM PDT · by sheikdetailfeather · 29 replies
    The Blaze ^ | 10-10-2013 | Jason Howerton
    President Barack Obama rejected the GOP’s short-term debt limit plan because it does not also end the partial government shutdown, the New York Times reports. House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) reportedly left Thursday’s meeting at the White House with Obama without issuing a public comment to the press. Even though House Republicans softened their long-standing demands, Obama’s rejection isn’t entirely a shock given that Senate Democrats had already declared it unacceptable on Thursday. “Not going to happen,” declared Majority Leader Harry Reid, standing outside the White House after he and fellow Democrats met with President Barack Obama. Reid referred to...
  • CBS News' Attkisson Describes Stonewalling From White House on Benghazi

    05/03/2013 4:23:44 PM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 31 replies
    Breitbart ^ | May 2, 2013 | Sharyl Attkisson
    "Where there's smoke, there's fire." That's the message CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson says she gets from the constant evasion, stonewalling and flat-out non-response from the Obama Administration and Sttate Department when she pursues questions about the September 11th attacks on the US consulate in Benghazi.
  • Mrs. Obama: ‘Barack Has Done a Phenomenal Job Working Around a Congress...'

    10/05/2012 5:41:32 AM PDT · by opentalk · 33 replies
    CNSnews ^ | October 4, 2012 | Elizabeth Harrington
    "[Y]ou can have a president you love, but if you don’t have a Congress that’s willing to work, you know, you wind up stalled in so many ways,” First Lady Michelle Obama said Wednesday on Tom Joyner’s radio program. “And I think that Barack has done a phenomenal job working around a Congress that has never been willing to help move the country forward on so many different issues,” she said. “But I think he’s done everything humanly possible to get things passed around the margins. But, you know, just imagine where this country will be when we have Barack...
  • State Department: Stop asking us about the Benghazi attack (Coverup begins)

    09/15/2012 9:31:02 AM PDT · by barryobi · 36 replies
    FP ^ | 09/14/2012 | Josh Rogin
    The State Department told reporters Friday afternoon that it won't answer any more questions about the Sept. 11 attack on the consulate in Benghazi that killed four Americans until the investigation into the incident is complete "I'm going to frustrate all of you, infinitely, by telling you that now that we have an open FBI investigation on the death of these four Americans, we are not going to be in a position to talk at all about what the U.S. government may or may not be learning about how any of this this happened -- not who they were, not...
  • W.H.: Ex-staffer can't be questioned on Fast and Furious

    06/22/2012 1:11:23 PM PDT · by sunmars · 85 replies
    The White House said a former National Security staffer who communicated with ATF's Special Agent in charge of "Fast and Furious" cannot be interviewed by Congressional investigators. The ATF Special Agent, Bill Newell, testified to Congress in July 2011 that he's a longtime friend with then-White House National Security Staffer Kevin O'Reilly. The two emailed and talked on the phone during the controversial Fast and Furious gunwalking operation, according to documents and Newell's testimony to Congress. In one email exchange about Fast and Furious on Feb. 11, 2011 O'Reilly asked Newell, "Would ATF be willing to put you or others...
  • Obama and Holder Should Put the Race Card back in the Deck

    12/20/2011 3:49:06 AM PST · by Kaslin · 17 replies · 1+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | December 21, 2011 | David Limabaugh
    President Obama led us to believe that he would be a post-racial president who would bring the races together, but it's gotten to where you can't criticize this most leftist administration in American history without someone accusing you of racism. The most recent example involves criticism of Attorney General Eric Holder over Fast and Furious, an operation conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which was overseen by the Justice Department. It involved the indirect sale of weapons to Mexican drug cartels, which resulted in some 300 killings in Mexico, including the murder of Border Patrol agent...
  • White House rejects 'partisan' subpoena on Solyndra documents

    11/04/2011 3:53:27 PM PDT · by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid! · 117 replies
    platts.com ^ | 4Nov2011/612 pm EDT/2212 GMT | Herman Wang, herman_wang@platts.com
    Washington (Platts)--4Nov2011/612 pm EDT/2212 GMT The White House Friday rejected a subpoena issued by the House of Representatives' Energy and Commerce Committee to produce internal communications and other documents related to now-bankrupt solar panel maker Solyndra's $535 million loan guarantee. In a letter to the Republican leaders of the committee, White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler called the subpoena a partisan "vast fishing expedition" without legal justification. "The committee's extremely broad request for documents -- now a subpoena -- is a significant intrusion on Executive Branch interests, particularly given that you have not made any effort to tailor the request to...
  • White House rebuffs subpoena on failed solar firm (Hey Congress: time to send a few to jail)

    11/04/2011 4:02:52 PM PDT · by bestintxas · 13 replies
    washtimes ^ | 11/4/11 | By Dina Cappiello
    The White House is strongly rebuffing a subpoena from House Republicans seeking all communications about a failed solar panel manufacturer that received a half-billion dollar federal loan guarantee. In a letter to two top Republicans on the House energy panel, White House Counsel Kathy Ruemmler says partisan politics is driving the request. The White House has already turned over 85,000 pages of documents on Solyndra. The company filed for bankruptcy and laid off 1,100 workers after receiving $528 million in federal backing. Ruemmler said those documents show no wrongdoing or political favoritism by the administration. House Republicans have used Solyndra...
  • At Obama’s White House job number one is building a stone wall – but will it work?

    10/19/2011 8:27:13 AM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 2 replies
    coachisright.com ^ | October 19, 2011 | Kevin "Coach" Collins
    Obama really isn’t very bright, even though he can show flashes of cleverness at times. His handling of the “Green” scams, particularly Solyndra has been clumsy and heavy handed at best. Consequently, unlike other slimy Democrats before him, Obama might not be able to dodge these bullets. Everyday this man who told us his would be the “most transparent” Administration in history is being proved a liar. Stonewalling with a technicality An audit of Obama’s major agencies completed in 2009 found they granted themselves 50% more “free passes” (by refusing to comply with Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)) then those...
  • Morning Examiner: Obama WH drowning in scandal

    09/15/2011 11:26:27 AM PDT · by opentalk · 73 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | September 15, 2011 | Conn Carroll
    Drip. Drip. Drip. Whether it is Solyndra, Obamacare, or Fast and Furious, President Obama’s push for his “American Jobs Act” has been drowned out this week by the failure of his past policies. Every night it seems there is a new angle on the Energy Department’s failed loan to the bankrupt solar panel manufacturer Solyndra. Not only was there a headline-grabbing hearing before the House Energy and Commerce Committee yesterday (at which Obama officials tried to blame Bush) , but the Treasury Department separately announced that their Inspector General (IG) would join the FBI and Energy Department IG in their...
  • Deep Corruption at the Obama Justice Department

    09/15/2011 6:04:00 AM PDT · by opentalk · 28 replies · 1+ views
    The American Spectator ^ | September 15, 2011 | Quin Hillyer
    Start rattling the chains. Start ratcheting up the hue and cry. Fire up the masses. It's long past time to force mass resignations at, and possible prosecutions of members of, the Obama Justice Department --and, more broadly, of the West Wing itself. Forgive all the links, but the scope of the corruption is so large as to defy adequate descriptions, in a single column, of each abomination. The reality is that these Obama/Holder minions at DoJ are dangerous to the very heart of constitutional, republican (small 'r') government.
  • Obama's OMB ignores document subpoena; Upton/Stearns House panel says Monday morning or else

    07/23/2011 10:35:59 PM PDT · by Nachum · 55 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 7/23/11 | Mark Tapscott
    President Obama's senior appointees at the U.S. Office of Management and Budget took another step this week toward a potentially epic confrontation with Congress by ignoring a document subpoena issued by a subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. The subpoena is for thousands of documents requested months ago by the committee's Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations concerning OMB's evaluation of a Department of Energy economic stimulus program loan guarantee worth $535 million for Solyndra, Inc., which makes solar energy panels.
  • FCC Faces Heat Over Disclosure Requirements in Net Neutrality Rules

    06/09/2011 11:04:08 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 11 replies
    Billing World ^ | June 8th | Josh Long
    Rules that are designed to protect the openness of the Internet may not take effect until late this year because the Federal Communications Commission is continuing to review comments that raise concerns over broadband providers’ obligations to disclose certain information to consumers. The deadline for submitting the comments was on April 11, but public documents reflect that FCC officials have been meeting with representatives of the communications industry as recently as last week over specific disclosure requirements that the FCC imposed last December in an order that prohibits broadband providers from blocking lawful content or unreasonable discriminating on their networks....
  • NRA chief wants Holder resignation

    05/12/2011 5:17:36 AM PDT · by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid! · 20 replies
    politico.com ^ | 4/30/11 2:09 PM EDT | JAMES HOHMANN
    Representative Darrell Issa on his Exchange with Attorney General Eric Holder May 3, 2011 - Darrel Issa questions Eric Holder on Gunnruner
  • GOP lawmakers: Obama is stonewalling on terror cases

    05/07/2010 6:06:52 PM PDT · by Nachum · 8 replies · 484+ views
    wash. examiner ^ | 5/7/10 | Byron York
    Tensions are rising inside the House Intelligence Committee over the White House's refusal to fully brief lawmakers on events leading up to the arrest of accused Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad. Angry at having been kept in the dark during previous terrorist incidents, all nine Republican members of the committee have sent a letter to President Obama accusing the administration of withholding critical national security information. "A clear pattern has emerged," the lawmakers write, "of the administration refusing to provide requested briefings or information or to engage with us despite repeated requests on issues such as Guantanamo, the Fort Hood...
  • Senators Accuse Obama Administration of Stonewalling Ft. Hood Probe

    04/16/2010 8:59:27 AM PDT · by Nachum · 17 replies · 719+ views
    Newsweek ^ | 4/16/10 | Mark Hosenball
    Leaders of the Senate’s principal oversight committee are accusing the Obama administration of stonewalling an investigation they have been conducting into the background to the deadly shootings at the Ft. Hood military base last Nov. 5, for which Army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Hasan was arrested and charged. Sen. Joseph Lieberman, the independent Democrat from Connecticut who chairs the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, and the panel’s ranking Republican, Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, are expected on Thursday to release correspondence with the administration requesting documents and witnesses who have information about how Defense and law- enforcement agencies, including the...
  • Wolf Chases Panthers

    03/08/2010 6:01:25 PM PST · by raptor22 · 7 replies · 109+ views
    Washington Times ^ | March 10, 2010 | Editorial staff
    Give credit for honorable persistence to Northern Virginia's veteran Republican congressman, Frank Wolf, and to Texas Republican Rep. Lamar Smith. For good reason, they refuse to let the Justice Department bury questions about a voter-intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party. The case involves two Black Panthers who stood outside a Philadelphia polling place in November 2008 while wearing paramilitary garb and using racial epithets, while one of them brandished a nightstick. The Obama Justice Department dropped three out of four charges in the case last May after the cases, in effect, had already been won. At every turn,...
  • Who Are The Al Qaeda 7??? (DoJ, stacked with lawyers who defend terrorits)-video

    03/03/2010 7:38:23 AM PST · by opentalk · 3 replies · 308+ views
    Keep America Safe, Youtube ^ | March 1, 2010 | Keep America Safe
    Who is working at the DOJ, Why has Eric Holder hired lawyers who have defended terrorist? Eric Holder refuses to disclose the names of 7 Attorneys working at DOJ . Liz Cheney questions the loyalties of Justice Department lawyers . "Holder will only name two. Why the secrecy behind the other seven? Whose values do they share?" video, suggesting that the lawyers support terrorism. "Americans have a right to know the identity of the Al Qaeda Seven." video .48 min.
  • Civil Rights Division Lawyers Slapped With Sanctions

    01/07/2010 7:34:27 AM PST · by opentalk · 2 replies · 824+ views
    nro ^ | January 06, 2010 | Hans A. von Spakovsky
    For the last nine months, the Justice Department has been stonewalling requests for more information about its dismissal of the voter-intimidation case against the New Black Panther party. The department has denied requests for information about the case from newspapers and members of Congress, and is refusing to comply with subpoenas issued by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. But that’s not the only case where the Justice Department has been reluctant to show its work. This week, a federal district court in Kansas imposed sanctions on the same Civil Rights Division (CRD) officials who spiked the Panthers case, Loretta...
  • White House 'Stonewalling' »

    12/02/2009 1:35:44 PM PST · by Nachum · 24 replies · 1,424+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | 12/2/2009 | Michael McAuliff
    The White House says it will not send social secretary Desiree Rogers up to the Hill to testify about how a couple of alleged gate-crashers sashayed into the India state dinner last week uninvited. And that “is clearly stonewalling,” Rep. Pete King (R-Long Island) told The Mouth. King, the ranking Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee, wanted Rogers to come explain, either in private or public, why no one from her office was at the White House entrance where Michaele and Tareq Sahali made their now-infamous entrance. Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson agreed with King, and invited Rogers to attend....
  • The Times Already Into Stonewall Mode? (Update: A Few Points Left Out)

    02/21/2008 7:01:01 AM PST · by jdm · 22 replies · 76+ views
    Captain's Quarters ^ | Feb. 21, 2008 | by Ed Morrissey
    When a newspaper breaks a major story, the editors and the reporters usually make a media blitz to promote it. The New York Times has apparently decided to go into the bunker instead. Patrick Hynes hosts a weekly radio show called Meet the New Press (and also works for the McCain campaign), and he invited Jim Rutenberg to appear to debate their slimy attack on John McCain. Rutenberg said no, and don't bother to ask anyone else either: At 6:51 AM this morning, I e-mailed Jim Rutenberg– whom I know and have interacted with in the past–to invite him onto...
  • CA: Stonewalling Guard deployment may encourage border crossings

    05/27/2006 12:59:23 PM PDT · by calcowgirl · 22 replies · 601+ views
    The Argus, CA ^ | 05/27/2006 | Bridget Johnson
    THE bickering has begun among California's politicians over President George W. Bush's proposal to use the National Guard to secure the Mexican border. Last week, state Senate President Pro Tem Don Perata, D-Oakland, threw a fit over deployment: "As a matter of moral principle and constitutional precedent, we will not be party to budgeting one dime to enable any role for the California National Guard in border monitoring until the Senate immediately and thoroughly reviews the implications of this use of state funds and personnel," he wrote to the budget committee chairman. In other words, stonewall — a game the...
  • NY Times 'Stonewalling' on NSA Leak (Why am I not surprised?)

    01/02/2006 12:27:47 PM PST · by Kaslin · 84 replies · 2,838+ views
    NewsMax ^ | January 2, 2006 | Carl Limbacher
    New York Times executives are "stonewalling" on questions about the paper's decision to publish top secret information about the Bush administration's use of the National Security Agency to conduct surveillance operations against terrorists, the paper's public editor charged on Sunday. "The New York Times's explanation of its decision to report, after what it said was a one-year delay, that the National Security Agency is eavesdropping domestically without court-approved warrants was woefully inadequate," public editor Byron Calame wrote in a New Years Day column. In its initial report on Dec. 16, Times said that editors held the story at the request...
  • [NY] Times Public Editor: Bill Keller Stonewalled Me [about evesdropping story he sat on for a year]

    01/01/2006 6:23:00 PM PST · by John Jorsett · 8 replies · 478+ views
    PressThink ^ | Jan 1, 2006
    Let’s remember, as we contemplate public editor Barney Calame’s stinging Jan. 1 column, Behind the Eavesdropping Story, a Loud Silence, that Bill Keller hired Calame and he’s the only one who can fire him. (His term runs to May, 2007.)This is relevant because Calame has called Keller’s decision-making “woefully inadequate,” while charging that both Keller and Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. have “stonewalled” him. Also because Steve Lovelady, editor of CJR Daily, has already suggested that Calame’s position may be tenuous. “Keller and Sulzberger have finally run head on into an honest man who will not bend; and he has the balls...
  • The full grovel (NYT Public Editor covers for Pinch)

    01/01/2006 3:22:40 PM PST · by smoothsailing · 16 replies · 1,384+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | 01-01-06 | Thomas Lifson
    The full grovelBy Thomas LifsonJan. 1,2006 Byron Calame, public editor of the New York Times, addresses his newspaper's role in publishing leaked classified information about the NSA's surveillance program. As the Department of Justice has launched an investigation of the probably criminal leaking and possibly criminal publication of the data, interest in the matter could not be higher. Shockingly enough, his superiors stonewall him when it comes to explaining why they waited a year to publish the revelations. Moreover, their story about the actual time interval of the delay has certain inconsistencies. Usually, when those under investigation for possible criminal...
  • Behind the Eavesdropping Story, a Loud Silence

    01/01/2006 9:43:37 AM PST · by Bell407Pilot · 33 replies · 1,249+ views
    THE New York Times's explanation of its decision to report, after what it said was a one-year delay, that the National Security Agency is eavesdropping domestically without court-approved warrants was woefully inadequate. And I have had unusual difficulty getting a better explanation for readers, despite the paper's repeated pledges of greater transparency...................
  • Behind the Eavesdropping Story, a Loud Silence

    12/31/2005 8:07:08 PM PST · by quidnunc · 53 replies · 2,717+ views
    The New York Times ^ | January 1, 2006 | Byron Calame
    The New York Times's explanation of its decision to report, after what it said was a one-year delay, that the National Security Agency is eavesdropping domestically without court-approved warrants was woefully inadequate. And I have had unusual difficulty getting a better explanation for readers, despite the paper's repeated pledges of greater transparency. For the first time since I became public editor, the executive editor and the publisher have declined to respond to my requests for information about news-related decision-making. My queries concerned the timing of the exclusive Dec. 16 article about President Bush's secret decision in the months after 9/11...
  • The public's right to know about Kerry's form 180

    06/12/2005 4:03:47 PM PDT · by DiscerningTexan · 2 replies · 260+ views
    Last week, when the Boston Globe made public that John Kerry's grades at Yale were not as good as were President Bush's, lost in the ensuing reporting of that fact was the hidden fact that, in order for the Globe to have access to Kerry's grades, John Kerry had to sign the infamous Form 180 -- the form that authorizes the release of Kerry's military records.
  • Are Depleted Uranium Munitions 'Weapons Of Choice' Or HumanTimebombs?

    10/26/2004 3:58:34 AM PDT · by Robert Drobot · 19 replies · 612+ views
    Internet Blog ^ | 25 October 2004 | Robert Drobot
    ".....The AP also issued an update on the Pentagon’s response to a study which concluded, "powerful antibiotics did nothing to relieve the chronic health problems reported by Gulf War veterans". Stephen L. Robinson, executive director of the National Gulf War Resource Center in Silver Spring, Md said, this confirms information that has already been out there,......We know that we can stop looking at this and we can focus research on other areas that might prove fruitful. Joseph F. Collins, a VA Maryland Healthcare System researcher as said, "it will be a long time, if ever, before the cause of Gulf...
  • 9/11 Panel Slow to Answer Gorelick Questions, Lawmaker Says

    05/06/2004 3:33:07 AM PDT · by kattracks · 6 replies · 190+ views
    CNSNEWS.com ^ | 5/06/04 | Susan Jones
    (CNSNews.com) - Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) says the 9/11 commission is taking too long to respond to his concerns about Commissioner Jamie Gorelick's involvement in erecting a "wall" between intelligence and law enforcement agencies. As CNSNews.com has reported, Gorelick -- who served as deputy attorney general in the Clinton administration -- wrote a memo in 1995 setting up guidelines for Justice Department investigations. Those guidelines discouraged U.S. intelligence agencies from sharing information with the FBI. A senior U.S. government official told CNSNews.com that the 1995 memo created a "roadblock" to the probe of the 1996 Clinton re-election fundraising scandal. And...
  • "Clinton's Failures" CARTOON with John Kerry asking why 9/11 happened. By Linda Eddy.

    03/08/2004 4:06:44 PM PST · by IPWGOP · 28 replies · 209+ views
  • Armor shell games & body bags

    02/04/2004 10:37:30 AM PST · by joesnuffy · 97 replies · 814+ views
    WND ^ | February 4, 2004 | Tom Marzullo
    Armor shell games & body bags Posted: February 4, 2004 1:00 a.m. Eastern By Tom Marzullo © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com Corruption and /or incompetence in government contracting goes as far back as records are kept and if history tells us anything of these situations, it is that eternal vigilance is simply an integral part of the cost of purchasing goods and services. The subject is modern armor for our troops – something that has been in short supply for a while now and has become increasingly valuable in tactical, political and financial terms. For decades, there has been an increasing trend...
  • Senate GOP backs leak investigation (Memos)

    11/24/2003 9:46:15 PM PST · by kattracks · 58 replies · 369+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 11/25/03 | Charles Hurt
    <p>Senate Republicans have thrown their support behind the investigation into how internal memos written by Democratic staffers on the Judiciary Committee wound up in the Wall Street Journal and The Washington Times.</p> <p>Since the memos surfaced ? revealing how Democrats planned with liberal interest groups to block President Bush's judicial nominees ? Democrats have accused Republican staffers of hacking into their computers, downloading the 14 memos and leaking them to reporters.</p>
  • Desperate Davis Hires Shredding Service: Gray Davis to Destroy Incriminating Documents

    10/05/2003 10:58:44 AM PDT · by jmstein7 · 122 replies · 3,004+ views
    Foxnews ^ | 10-05-03 | Tony Snow
    On Fox News Live (Breaking)... Fox News reports that the Davis Administration has sought the services of document shredding companies. The implication is that he thinks that there is a good chance he will be kicked out of office, and this is a desperate attempt to destroy incriminating evidence. Tony Snow and guest suggest that the GOP should seek a restraining order to prevent the destruction of potential material evidence... DEVELOPING...
  • Cardinal Stonewaller

    05/27/2003 5:10:59 PM PDT · by ultima ratio · 86 replies · 140+ views
    Seattle Catholic ^ | May 27, 2003 | George Neumayr
    Cardinal Stonewaller By George Neumayr Published 5/27/2003 12:03:00 AM Reality continues to outpace satire at Cardinal Roger Mahony's cathedral in Los Angeles. The perplexing cathedral now boasts one more innovation: a chapel dedicated to honoring "victims of sexual abuse by priests," reports the Los Angeles Times. Mahony invited the media to his chapel opening on Sunday. But he didn't tender an invitation to the honorees. And they weren't touched. While Mahony "knelt silently in the chapel in front of television cameras," reports the Times, Mary Grant of the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests "fumed" outside the church building....
  • ABA Urges Prompt Confirmation of Federal Judicial Candidates: Measure passed unanimously

    08/13/2002 8:28:24 PM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 1 replies · 163+ views
    Legal Times ^ | 8-14-2002 | Jonathan Groner
    The American Bar Association voted Tuesday to urge the president and the Senate to move "promptly" to name and confirm candidates for the federal judiciary. The unanimous vote of the ABA's House of Delegates came only after a separate and more controversial proposal, admonishing the Senate to act on nominations within a six-month deadline, was withdrawn. A leading proponent of the successful resolution, Charles English of Kentucky, told the delegates that the measure was intended to assist a federal court system "compromised by an extraordinary number of unfilled vacancies." There are now 80 vacancies on the federal bench, including 27...