The Independent Sentinel
Illegal arms were shipped to Syrian rebels from Libya and this could be the reason Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton lied and claimed the attack on the consulate was the result of a video.
Seymour Hirsch published an investigative report stating that there is an addendum to the Senate Intelligence Committee report which explains what the CIA was doing in Benghazi. Our government was shipping arms from Libya through Turkey to Syrian rebels before we realized they were al-Qaida.
The reason the government lied was probably to conceal an illegal operation to arm Syrian rebels. Ambassador Stevens was the coordinator.
It wasn’t authorized by Congress and it is a blatant violation of law. The CIA claims they were only liaison’s with MI-6 and they didn’t have to get permission from the Senate Intelligence Committee. That is ludicrous. The British had left Benghazi by the time of the attack.
That needs investigating!
[…] Which brings us to the strange case of President Obama’s decision to hire Neil Eggleston to be his new White House Counsel.
Eggleston is the kind of guy you go to when someone tells you, “time to lawyer up.” He’s a veteran at cleaning up ethics messes for politicians, most notably Bill Clinton, whom he aided during the Whitewater investigations and the Monica Lewinsky affair, double entendre intended.
But that’s not nearly all. He represented Rahm Emanuel during the scandal surrounding former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, as well as Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) and George W. Bush political director Sara Taylor when scandals touched them, Clinton Cabinet members Federico Pena and Alexis Herman during corruption probes, and various business people involved in “complex criminal investigations” according to the New York Times.
Which begs and pleads the question, is Obama looking for more protection for the White House from the various GOP congressional probes, or is he aware of the possibility that something much, much worse could break?
[…] Continued @ White House Dossier.
By Josh Peterson | Watchdog.org
The catastrophic effects of an electromagnetic pulse-caused blackout could be preventable, but experts warn the civilian world is still not ready.
Peter Vincent Pry, executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security and director of the U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum, both congressional advisory boards, said the technology to avoid disaster from electromagnetic pulses exists, and upgrading the nation’s electrical grid is financially viable.
“The problem is not the technology,” Pry said. “We know how to protect against it. It’s not the money, it doesn’t cost that much. The problem is the politics. It always seems to be the politics that gets in the way.”
When you allow unlawful acts to go unpunished, you’re moving toward a government of men rather than a government of law; you’re moving toward anarchy. And that’s exactly what we’re doing. — John Wayne
All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. — George Orwell
Tell me why any American should respect the law?
Because it’s moral? Not necessarily. Slavery was once the law of the land. Abortion is the law of the land today. Even in a nation like America, it’s not unusual for laws to be unfair, unjust, and even immoral.
Is it because laws represent the will of the people? Not anymore. Today, the “law” is often summarily created from murky statutes by unelected bureaucrats who face no consequences for destroying people’s lives.
Well, is the law at least equally applied? Absolutely not. Your political affiliation and how well connected you are to the regime in charge can have a direct bearing on whether you’re prosecuted for breaking the law and how serious the penalty will be.
So, what’s left?
New Mexico Dem Gov Candidate…
In a sane world this would disqualify him from office, but we live in a world where the President of the United States launched his political career in Bill Ayers’ living room.
Via Free Beacon:
A New Mexico Democrat running for governor is covered in dirty money.
Democrat hopeful Alan Webber has received funding from a source connected to radical anti-government activities. Webber has received donations from Mark Rudd, a co-founder of the radical anti-government coalition Weather Underground. The organization is responsible for detonating bombs at targets across the United States during the late 1960s and mid 1970s.
The group advocated for the violent overthrow of the country, according to their manifesto. Rudd has openly admitted that he was the author of the group’s tactics. The FBI named him a wanted fugitive, but later dropped charges against him and other Weather Underground members following a Supreme Court decision concluding that the federal investigation was not done lawfully.
Washington, DC- The latest ad released by Team Mitch, the campaign to reelect moderate Republican Senator from Kentucky Mitch McConnell, makes multiple false claims and attempts to sugar coat the Senator’s dismal record in Washington. The ad claims that six-term Senator McConnell “saved 99% of Kentuckians from an Obama income tax increase,” that he “fights for Kentucky miners against Obama’s war on coal,” and that he’s “leading the fight against ObamaCare.”
The statements in the Team Mitch ad could not be further from the truth, and FreedomWorks for America President Matt Kibbe released the following statement to correct the falsehoods throughout the ad:
“This latest McConnell ad is an exercise in revisionist half-truths and downright lies. Not only did Mitch McConnell fail to fight ObamaCare when it counted, he voted to fund it, and now claims he wants to work to fix it. Mitch McConnell brags about tax relief, but fails to mention that he personally negotiated with Vice President Biden to raise taxes on 77 percent of U.S. households. During McConnell’s ‘fight’ to stop Obama’s war on coal, two coal mining companies filed for bankruptcy, coal mining stocks plummeted, and 2,000 Kentucky coal miners lost their jobs in 2013.”
“The only values, future, and jobs that Mitch McConnell fights for are the ones in the offices of K Street and Congress. It’s time to send some new blood to Washington like Matt Bevin, who will put Kentuckians first and take a stand against Obama and the Senate Democrats, not coordinate with them to pass bad legislation.”
(Excerpt) Read more at freedomworks.org …