This is a bit salient, in light of the upcoming testimony of State Department whistleblowers at the House Oversight Committee Hearings on Benghazi. There is indeed a common theme among those who make life difficult for powerful bureaucracies. This is another in a long line of examples. Via Next News Network:
Archive | May 6, 2013
By Jim Fletcher Near the summit at Masada, one can see the place where the Romans breached the defenses of the 1,000 Jewish men, women, and children who’d fled after the destruction of Jerusalem some two years earlier. It is on the western side and serves as a stark reminder that since forever, enemies of […]
We found Geronimo in Saudi Arabia, he converted to Islam and is now planning attacks on the United States.
By Walid Shoebat and Theodore Shoebat It wasn’t the Syrian regime, but rather the Syrian rebels who used sarin nerve gas recently as the story reported tonight by Reuters and confirmed by U.N. investigators. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was simply announcing a conjured up false report when he read a letter sent by the White […]
The headline in the story posted by James Rosen at Fox News is that one of the whistleblowers who is scheduled to testify at the May 8th Oversight Committee hearing on Benghazi was shut out of decision-making after the terror attacks on the U.S. Consulate and CIA Annex. That’s made more curious when one considers […]