Tag Archives: Presidential Records Act

Some Questions for Chris Wallace to Ask Hillary Clinton at the Debate

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At Wednesday’s debate, I’d like Chris Wallace, the chosen moderator, to ask Hillary Clinton at least some of these questions:

Will you swear that if you become president of the United States, John Podesta will have no role whatsoever in your administration, nor will you communicate with him either directly or indirectly?
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IRS Was Supposed to Archive Instant Messages

We learned recently that some more very convenient computer crashes happened at the IRS, among cronies of Lois Lerner. The number is now less than 20, but counting. Seriously? What are the odds?

One might ask, as Obama did with regard to the investigation (or lack thereof) into the Ukraine plane crash, and without any apparent sense of irony:

What exactly are they trying to hide?

 

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Most Ethical and Transparent Administration Ever? (Open Thread)

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© Miri WTPOTUS August 2, 2012

Doesn’t that look absolutely yummy?  That might explain why Obama administration officials prefer to meet lobbyists over steaming cups of cafe latte in a coffee shop across the street from the White House.

But probably not.  More likely, they meet there, outside the White House,  so that lobbyists, union officials, and other cronies won’t be registered in the open-to-the-public White House Visitor logs.  To make matters worse, it appears that this “most transparent” and most “ethical” administration in history has officials who persist in using private email addresses to carry on public business, in what may be an attempt to avoid provisions of the Presidential Records Act. Continue reading