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Rep. Trey Gowdy: IRS Has Moral, Character Problems

Representative Trey Gowdy gives a passionate opening statement at the House Oversight Committee Hearing on excessive conference spending by the IRS. He states that the institution has a character problem that isn’t going to be “solved with another webinar” and … Continue reading

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Benghazi Hearings – May 8th

“What difference does it make?”  This time we just might find out. May 8th – Benghazi Hearings – House Oversight Committee – Get The Popcorn!* – ADB President Obama said he is unaware of longstanding efforts by Republican lawmakers to … Continue reading

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Report: GOP Will End Fast And Furious Investigation

Guns walk – Looks like Holder will too! Unfortunately, I’ve been seeing this coming since February.  I’ve even brought it up (via phone) to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform’s press secretary, Rebecca Watkins back then. Well sadly, … Continue reading

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Oxymoron

Two very contradictory articles appeared in the Washington Times’ online outlet, times247.com, earlier this week. Their headlines are as follows: a Chu gives himself an ‘A’ for keeping gas prices low U.S. motorists head to Mexico for cheaper gas So, … Continue reading

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RISING ENERGY COSTS: AN INTENTIONAL RESULT OF GOVERNMENT ACTION

The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and its chairman Darrell Issa (CA-49) are doing their job.  Issa has always been a tenacious bulldog who has sought out government waste and corruption, and now that he … Continue reading

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