Tag: "Corruption"

SolyndraScam Takes its First Bite of the Administration

SolyndraScam Takes its First Bite of the Administration

| October 6, 2011 | Comments (2)

The first domino falls, quietly and without much of a push. But there are others, and their falling will make a lot more noise.

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Is it Time for the Frogmarch Drill Team and Marching Band to Warm Up?

Is it Time for the Frogmarch Drill Team and Marching Band to Warm Up?

| October 4, 2011 | Comments (4)

Did I not say just last night that Eric Holder’s goose is well and truly cooked? I most certainly did and the proof is in the pudding, the petulant, fist-shaking pudding. What’s more, CBS News investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson — who’s been covering the scandal from the beginning — says in an interview on the [...]

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Waste, Fraud, Abuse, Baseball, Obama, and Buffett.

| September 19, 2011 | Comments (0)

There are a couple posts over at Ending Spending of which I’m particularly proud. I’d like it if you clicked over there and left a nice comment or two, if you’ve the mind to do so. It’s easy to make light of “waste, fraud, and abuse” but when you look at how much money our [...]

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Who is to Blame for Solyndra˙s Bankruptcy? Oh, You Won˙t Believe This One?

Who is to Blame for Solyndra’s Bankruptcy? Oh, You Won’t Believe This One…

| September 19, 2011 | Comments (2)

I’m pretty sure that if someone invented a Gall-O-Meter and pointed it toward Washington, the resulting overload explosion would leave a Chicxulub-sized crater. The Department of Labor, headed by anti-capitalist Hilda Solis, has launched its own investigation into SolyndraScam. It’s not looking toward the White House or the “green jobs” loan program or the board [...]

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All I Know of SolyndraScam is Now Yours

All I Know of SolyndraScam is Now Yours

| September 19, 2011 | Comments (3)

I had planned a comprehensive post on the growing SolyndraScam story but I have to admit failure. Things are moving so quickly and in so many different directions that it’s hard for me to fix one particular narrative in the time I have during the day to write blog posts. Instead, let me put together [...]

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With Violent Rhetoric Comes Selective Responsibility

With Violent Rhetoric Comes Selective Responsibility

| September 9, 2011 | Comments (1)

Does anyone remember when Nancy Pelosi was so worried about violent rhetoric that she warned the Tea Parties that to be prepared for the wave of violence their words would inevitably cause? I think we all have to take responsibility for our actions and our words. We are a free country, and this balance between freedom [...]

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Soon, It Will Be Time for Operation Witness Immunity

| September 5, 2011 | Comments (0)

I have not written about every development of the still-growing Operation Fast and Furious scandal, but I do want to bring one story to your attention. The Los Angeles Times, one of only two MSM outlets that have shown any interest at all in the story, unearthed a few e-mails that show at least three [...]

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Oh, So Now The DoJ Wants to Get Tough on Guns?

| July 13, 2011 | Comments (0)

I’m pretty sure this press release from Deputy Attorney General James Cole is evidence that he either needs to be tested for drugs ASAP or that his conscience was surgically removed in the recent past. Deputy Attorney General James Cole issued the following statement today regarding information requests for multiple sales of semi-automatic rifles with [...]

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