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Former defense secretary Robert Gates offers heavy criticism of Washington elites including President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Congress and many other people involved with national politics in his tell all book Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War. While some of his former colleagues have refrained from commenting on Gates’ book— which is […]
The nonprofit Government Accountability Institute (GAI) released a timeline Wednesday that offers a side-by-side comparison of what President Barack Obama was doing during the days leading up to, and after, the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, while the terror attack was taking place. GAI had previously reported that Obama […]
On Thursday, a new report based on the material leaked by National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden revealed that the agency has collected and analyzed nearly 200 million text messages a day through a program called Dishfire. The Guardian reported that one 2011 NSA document referred to SMS text messages as a “goldmine to exploit” […]
How could he not have seen it coming? House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) got on Facebook Wednesday to slam President Obama for threatening to usurp Congress’ legislative powers by posting two contrasting photos and remarking on the President’s aggressive language about resorting to executive orders. On one side of the graphic, Boehner’s photo post has a […]
A report confirms the National Security Agency has tracked user activity on nearly 100,000 computers by gathering radio signals from circuit boards and USB cards implanted in the devices since 2008, but indicates there is no evidence that the NSA has used the computer-bugging tactics domestically.
Representative John Mica (R-Fla.), head of the Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee on government operations, told lawmakers assembled Tuesday for a hearing on private screeners that “one way or the other,” he intends to push legislation that would privatize all transportation screeners within two years.
Curtis Reeves is learning that there are two sets of rules. One is for the uniformed enforcers sanctioned by the state. The other is for everyone else. The 71-year-old former Tampa police captain is charged with shooting to death Chad Oulson in a Wesley Chapel, Fla., theater Monday.
Oregon has spent more money than any other State to bring its State-managed Obamacare website, Cover Oregon, into existence. After lavishing millions of dollars on advertising, website development and an endless series of quick fixes and workarounds, the website has failed to successfully enroll a single person in a health insurance plan.
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