TSA Covered Up Security Lapses by Classifying Them as Secret

By claiming they were “Sensitive Security Information,” the TSA covered up failures by abusing their authority. As we all know, the Transportation Security Administration trumpets its own accomplishments, or its claims to have significant accomplishments. They want the newspaper to publish these accomplishments and then for the public to read and believe what they say about these accomplishments. The TSA expects us to praise and value the TSA on the basis of these accomplishments… …which Read more […]

VA Scandal Continues: Sweetheart Auditor Assigned to Investigate Hospitals

Amid all the other horrible news, we can’t afford to forget about the VA scandal. The same government that punished whisteblowers for exposing how Veterans Affairs was failing our military is now displaying a new tactic—employing an investigator with a vested interest in making the VA look good. It turns out that these hospitals, with their secret waiting lists and suffering ex-soldiers who never received a timely appointment, had in some cases been inspected. Somehow they passed these Read more […]

Barack Obama’s Army: Federal Employees Paid Not to Work… For a Reason

Barack Obama’s army is being reported as a case of government incompetence. As you can tell by my headline, however, I think there is a method to the madness. [See also, “Federal Employees Being Paid Millions to Do Nothing.”] The Washington Post reports: “Patent office filters out worst telework abuses in report to its watchdog.” Prompted by multiple whistleblower complaints, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office began an internal investigation two years ago of an award-winning program Read more […]

IRS “Prematurely Retired” Computer Data Storage Devices

In an exclusive, the Daily Caller reports, IRS commissioner John Koskinen testified before Congress that ex-official Lois Lerner’s emails were lost in a June 2011 computer crash and that her hard drive storing those emails was “recycled.” The IRS also claimed that it lost emails from six other employees due to separate computer crashes. U.S. Archivist David Ferriero said that the IRS “did not follow the law,” which requires government agencies to keep email records, to print out emails Read more […]

Congress, It is Time for a Real Inquisition! Fight the IRS for Real!

From Townhall.com: As the IRS continues to claim it ‘lost’ or ‘threw away’ Lois Lerner’s emails, the agency fails to mention that until recently, they had a contract with an email backup company: The IRS had a contract with email backup service vendor Sonasoft starting in 2005, according to FedSpending.org, which lists the contract as being for “automatic data processing services.” Sonasoft’s motto is “email archiving done right,” and the company lists the IRS as a customer. For proof, Twitchy posted this Read more […]

Media Covers For Obamacare Conspiracy By Reporting It As Right-Wing Theory

The Politico.com headline would be funny if it were not so frustrating: “Right outraged at Census change.” Conservatives are crying foul over changes to the U.S. Census that will affect data on the effects of Obamacare, though the Census Bureau insists the changes have been a long time coming and are not political. Census Bureau officials said in an internal document that tweaks to the questions it asks to calculate the number of uninsured Americans means it will be difficult to measure the Read more […]

’60 Minutes’ Apologizes Over Benghazi Story

One of the things a journalist hates most is to thoroughly research a story, vet his sources, put out the truth to the public and then have the rug pulled out from under him by a source who kept a crucial detail to himself. It’s impossible for a journalist to do more than is humanly possible to verify someone else’s eye witness account of a news event. If a witness turns out to be a skillful liar, then the result can be what just happened to “60 Minutes,” being forced to apologize for a report Read more […]

Hillary Rejected Benghazi Security, Report Finds

A report authored by five GOP congressmen says that Hillary Clinton personally rejected a direct request for more security at the Benghazi, Libya, facility before the September 11 attack that left four Americans dead. That directly contradicts Clinton’s testimony before a congressional committee that requests for more security did not come to her. The authors of the report released Tuesday had access to Obama Administration memos and emails that the report said shows that reductions in security Read more […]

The Nixon Tapes (Watergate) v. the Obama Tapes (Benghazi)

Many of you are too young to remember the Watergate Hearings. They were on TV all day, every day. The Democrats wanted to rub our faces in the scandal. After President Nixon’s resignation, Vice-President Gerald Ford pardoned the former president. This didn’t sit well with the American people. In the end, we got Jimmy Carter. The June 1972 break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate office complex in Washington, D.C., was covered up by the Nixon administration. Read more […]