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Shameful Media Coverage of Benghazi Scandal and Cover-up
November 6, 2012 – 7:44 pm EST | No Comment

By: Roger Aronoff Accuracy in Media Regardless of the outcome of the presidential election on November 6th, the most outrageous media malpractice of the election has been coverage of the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11th that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three others, including two former Navy SEALs. From the outset, Obama […]

The Infiltration of the U.S. Government
November 6, 2012 – 7:12 pm EST | 2 Comments

By: Cliff Kincaid Accuracy in Media At the recent “Pumpkin Papers Irregulars” dinner in Washington, D.C., author and commentator M. Stanton Evans joked about his “Law of Inadequate Paranoia,” which says, “No matter how bad you think something is, when you look into it, it is always worse.” The comment generated nervous laughter among a […]

Connecting the Dots of the Obama Story: Chicago Backdrop
November 6, 2012 – 12:53 pm EST | 4 Comments

By: Arlen Williams Gulag Bound Sixty-one pages that shouldn’t be missed Before the general election four years ago, I decided to contribute to the cause by gathering onto just one page, the evidence of Barack Obama’s numerous, significant involvements with ACORN. At about the same time a one megaton article was published at American Thinker, […]