Archive | June, 2016

Part 2: More on Mrs. Clinton’s Benghazi Chapter

The following is a brief excerpt from my book Stonewalled, a New York Times best seller Mrs. Clinton’s Benghazi Chapter …In what looks like a striking attempt to rewrite her post-Benghazi narrative and speeches, Clinton goes heavy in her book on recounting instances in which she used terms such as “heavily armed militants,” “violent attackers,” or […]

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UPDATE: Govt. Experiment on Preemies Controversy: Still Unresolved

Updated report from Full Measure: Human Testing Read previous post below: First published June 2014, there still is no resolution to this controversial case of a government-experiment-on-premies-gone-wrong. There may have been the best of intentions. But after critically ill premature babies were harmed in this large-scale federal study, the government’s own ethics body said that […]

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Mrs. Clinton’s Benghazi Chapter

Here is a brief excerpt from my Benghazi chapter in Stonewalled. MRS. CLINTON’S BENGHAZI CHAPTER …In a June 18, 2014, interview with Greta Van Susteren of FOX News, Clinton said that her own assessment of the Benghazi attacks “careened from the video had something to do with it, the video had nothing to do with […]

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House Benghazi Committee Completes Work

Republicans say White House Impeded Probe The U.S. military response in Benghazi, Libya was perplexingly inadequate the night Americans were attacked by Islamic extremist terrorists, Sept. 11, 2012. That’s one overarching conclusion reached by two leading Republicans on the House Benghazi Committee after a year and a half long investigation. “Until now the administration has […]

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Occupational Hazard

About a month’s worth of training on average required to be an Emergency Medical Technician… but a year to pack boxes? In some states, it can take years of required training and thousands of dollars to get a license to work. It’s true for workers who want to provide massages, braid hair and even pack boxes. […]

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Tortured tale of govt. spending your money rather than agreeing to answer questions on Obamacare

The following is a news commentary In 2013, when the government repeatedly provided false, misleading and incomplete information regarding Obamacare.gov, I filed a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to obtain the facts. Under the law, I should have received the material within about 20 days. It was relevant to news stories I was investigating at […]

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Media fails to disclose CREW’s ties to Hillary Clinton ally David Brock

The following is a news analysis. It’s mostly conservatives who are corrupt. At least that’s the expressed opinion of Hillary Clinton operative David Brock. He said so in 2014 when he took over as chairman of the board at the ethics watchdog Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW). Brock is also founder of the […]

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As FBI reverses itself on Orlando shooting transcript, government censorship is more pervasive

The following is a news analysis The FBI has reversed its decision to withhold information from the released transcript of the 911 calls made by the Islamic extremist terrorist attacker in the Orlando shooting. In explaining its reversal today, the FBI issued the following statement: “The purpose of releasing the partial transcript of the shooter’s […]

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NBC Report Criticized (for Being 100% Accurate)

[Above: NBC’s Kerry Sanders reporting on a Florida alligator hunt] The following is a news commentary When someone goes after a reporter these days, it’s not always easy to figure out what’s behind it. The strange attack of NBC’s recent, fascinating report on alligators in Florida falls into that category. The NBC reporter, Kerry Sanders, […]

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Zika and your tax dollars

[Above image: Jonathan Katz and his wife, Claire, say they got a mild case of Zika on a recent trip to Haiti. Photo Courtesy: Jonathan M. Katz] As of the publication of this article, there have been no cases of U.S. transmitted Zika virus. But federal officials say there will eventually be a U.S. outbreak started […]

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