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The most [REDACTED] administration in history

The “most transparent administration in history” will finally have to publicize the criteria it uses to determine if and when to kill American citizens after exhausting all legal avenues to keep the information secret. From The Washington Examiner In matters of transparency, the Obama Team can always be counted on to do the right thing […]


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White House resumes aid to Egypt, walks back on earlier pledge

The US will resume military aid to Egypt despite earlier statements saying the US would halt aid as a result of the country’s violent military coup. Via The Washington Post, this is who your money is going to in case you were wondering: Since the coup that ousted President Mohamed Morsi last year, Egypt’s military-backed […]


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Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

Who will watch the watchmen? The former Inspector General for the Department of Homeland Security routinely passed information about investigations to department officials according to a Senate Report. From The Washington Post: The top watchdog for the Department of Homeland Security altered and delayed investigations at the request of senior administration officials, compromising his independent […]


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Internet Sales Tax Supported by Amazon Hurts Amazon Sales

According to a new study at the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University found that Amazon’s sales decreased in states after they implemented an internet sales tax. Via The Daily Caller: Households in the states that have the tax reduced their overall spending on Amazon by about 10 percent compared to those in states […]


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IRS awards bonuses to employees who didn’t pay taxes

The IRS doled out millions of dollars worth of bonuses to employees with disciplinary issues, including employees who hadn’t paid their taxes. Via USA Today: The Internal Revenue Service handed out $2.8 million in bonuses to employees with disciplinary issues — including more than $1 million to employees who didn’t pay their federal taxes, a […]


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