Jul 31, 2015

Obama’s New War Against Government Watchdogs | PJ Tatler

The mullahs in Iran should be glad Obama doesn't treat them like he does the inspectors general throughout the federal government.The Obama administration's war against inspectors general has been going on so long that even new Obama abuses against  government watchdogs get treated as old news. They should not be.The muzzling of these watchdogs is a serious sign of a government that is so...

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