Not a surprise. This White House has been called the most dangerous ever for journalists by many, including reporters solidly in the mainstream-statist camp. There is nothing “liberal” (in the good sense of the word) about this president.
Somebody please tell me how this is so? Not why it’s so. I think we all know that. But how, after all this time, after all the attention, that no one at the IRS has tried to find Learner’s emails?
This stinks to the stratosphere.
More fallout from the Sharyl Attkinson book. She says she was illegally tracked on her computer and that according to a source at least one “government entity” had access to her Skype account, financial records, and pretty much everything else.
She also said that someone planted classified documents in her hard drive.
You have to hand it to the administration. They have obfuscated and generally played the “time game” with all sorts of things quite effectively. This scandal. The Benghazi scandal. The IRS scandal. I’m probably missing a few.
“…liberty and justice, for all”
On Friday of last week “a senior official” at the DOJ called Darryl Issa’s office by mistake thinking it was a Democratic office. The official wanted to leak documents to the Dems and reporters before the Republicans saw them.
The key here is that the feds get to flaunt the law but private (often smaller) companies get the hammer.
As Bill Frezza correctly identifies in the attached piece, the federal indictment of FedEx on drug trafficking charges is a shakedown pure and simple. For $1.6 billion.
Cough it up FedEx.
Well this is interesting. And as you can see all the major news outlets are all over this one.
Fed Ex was just indicted on charges that it helps facilitate the transport of illegal drugs, especially from Canadian pharmacies. (Where drugs are much less expensive.)