Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Barack Obama - #4541 - VIDEO: Bill O'Reilly: President Obama and the Race Problem - Fox News (2) VIDEO: Bill O'Reilly: Huge Reaction to my Memo Last Night - Fox News (3) Records of Snooping into Christine O'Donnell's Tax Records Disappear - Washington Times (4) NSA Reportedly Calls 'Top Secret' Emergency Meeting Ahead of Vote on House Amendment that Would Challenge Agency's Power - The Blaze


Bill O'Reilly - President Obama - President Obama and the Race Problem - Fox News.

(2) Bill O'Reilly - Fox News - Huge reaction to my memo last night.


(3) Records of Snooping into Christine O'Donnell's Tax Records Disappear - Washington Times - Delaware state officials have told Congress that they likely destroyed the computer records that would show when and how often they accessed Christine O'Donnell’s personal tax records and acknowledged that a newspaper article was used as the sole justification for snooping into the former GOP Senate candidate’s tax history. The revelations to Sen. Chuck Grassley’s office came Tuesday as the Treasury Department’s inspector general for tax administration, the government’s chief watchdog for the Internal Revenue Service, formally reopened its investigation into the matter by re-interviewing Ms. O'Donnell. Specifically, Mr. Grassley’s staff was told that a Delaware state investigator asked for and received permission from his boss on a Saturday to access Ms. O'Donnell’s tax records based on a local newspaper article about a civil lien. The lien, it turned, out was issued erroneously. Read more........

(4) NSA Reportedly Calls 'Top Secret" Emergency Meeting Ahead of Vote on House Amendment that Would Challenge Agency's Power - American Thinker -The National Security Agency reportedly called for a “top secret” meeting with members of the U.S. House on Tuesday to argue against a House amendment that would challenge the spy agency’s power for the first time, according to an invitation circulated in Congress and obtained by the Huffington Post. The House amendment, written by Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), would seek to reign in the NSA’s sweeping power to collect massive amounts of American citizens’ communications data. The amendment is co-sponsored by Democratic Rep. John Conyers. A vote on the amendment is scheduled to take place sometime this week. The invitation, to what HuffPost classifies as a “late-minute” and “emergency” briefing, reads: “In advance of anticipated action on amendments to the DoD Appropriations bill, Ranking Member C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger of the House Intelligence Committee invites your Member to attend a question and answer session with General Keith B. Alexander of the National Security Agency.” Read more.......

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