The following is an excerpt from my latest article at Just The News. As Congress crafts a third taxpayer-funded coronavirus aid package totaling more than $1 trillion, it’s a good question to ask where some of our first monies were approved to be spent in this pandemic. The short answer is … a good bit may […]
The impeachment hearings revealed one obvious fact: federal diplomats and bureaucrats think they–not the president- run the show.
The newly-released batch of Hillary Clinton emails provides further proof that Freedom of Information (FOI) law has been blatantly violated. The documents include material directly responsive to a FOI request I made back in 2012 after the Benghazi terrorist attacks on the U.S. compounds. However, the material was not produced at the time, as required by law. […]
The State Department has informed the House Committee on Benghazi that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton failed to turn over all of her records related to Benghazi and Libya. That’s according to a statement today from Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-South Carolina. The news contradicts claims from the Clinton camp which said all relevant emails […]
Lost and missing government records are not isolated to one administration or political party. The list below includes 19 examples of public files that went missing, were withheld or lost and then found. It includes the most recent example of former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Raymond Maxwell’s account of Benghazi documents… [button link=”http://dailysignal.com/2014/10/15/19-times-documents-went-missing-government-didnt-want-know/”]Read Article […]
Last night at 11:35p, Hillary Clinton issued a single tweet on her Twitter account: [quote]”I want the public to see my email. I asked State to release them. They said they will review them for release as soon as possible.”–Hillary Clinton[/quote] She doesn’t have much choice when it comes to her Benghazi-related emails. Some hours earlier, […]
[Above image: photo showing the aftermath of the Benghazi attacks.] Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-SC “If six people witness an event you can’t credibly report on the event by interviewing one of the six…you have to interview all of the witnesses.” “It is interesting but not relevant to note the number of pages agencies have produced […]
[Above image: Rep. Trey Gowdy, Chairman of House Select Committee on Benghazi] Most of the work done by the House Select Committee on Benghazi is happening behind closed doors. Today, Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C. announced that members have just wrapped up a classified briefing with State Department officials. “The Department of State provided new information to […]