Monthly Archives: December 2013

Letter to Congressman Mike Rogers, House Intelligence Committee, re “Benghazi: The elephant in the room”

Dear Congressman Rogers, Chairman, House Intelligence Committee, The Benghazi “elephant in the room” is a story that needs to finally get out in the open. I am a private citizen with a passion for seeing the truth come out on … Continue reading

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Letter to Senator Ted Cruz (R TX) re the reported Benghazi CIA/State Dept covert gun running operation from the Benghazi Annex

Dear Senator Cruz, The Benghazi “elephant in the room” is a story that needs to get out in the open. I am a private citizen with a passion to see the truth come out on Benghazi. Like many Americans I … Continue reading

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Obamacare/ACA perspectives and overall healthcare vision for America

ACA/Obamacare perspectives and outlook for overall healthcare in America:: Clearly there are ACA improvements in about a half dozen policy terms, To list them: Pre existing restrictions eliminated, no caps on reimbursements, no terminating for illness or some technicality, dependent … Continue reading

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The Benghazi “elephant in the room”–Covert State Dept/CIA arms and weapons transfer operation in Benghazi

Overview and discussion of a reported covert CIA Annex Operation in Benghazi on and before Sept 11,2012 Benghazi: The elephant in the room. The following is based on my own research, observations, judgements and opinions. More than a year after … Continue reading

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Edward Snowden declares “Mission Accomplished ” in Washington Post interview and article.

A Dec 23,2013 article by Barton Gellman in The Washington Post on the NSA, based on a recent interview with Edward Snowden in Moscow, Russia is very revealing, both as to Snowden’s motivations and values, and of NSA’s surveillance program,including … Continue reading

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Partisan battle lines disrupt Benghazi investigations by Congress, undermine accountability.

Benghazi persists in stirring up animosity as Elijah Cummings ( D MD) attempts to deflect the focus from finding out why four Americans including Ambassador Chris Stevens were killed in Benghazi and dozens of other American personnel on the ground … Continue reading

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Letter to Congressman Trey Gowdy (R SC)–An integrated Benghazi paper

Dear Congressman Gowdy and Benghazi staff, For the better part of the year after the Benghazi attacks on Sept 11,2012,I have devoted considerable time to researching, writing letters and papers,and even speaking (although not yet a member) at Tea Party … Continue reading

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The first obligation in going to Washinton is to represent The People–even if it means shutting down the government!

Think piece on representing constituents,with consequences no less–EVEN A GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN: Congressional representatives with a mandate from their constituents have no moral choice other than to vote according to these mandates. That’s what keeps the People connected to their … Continue reading

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Benghazi –A Letter to House and Senate Members regarding a reported covert CIA arms and weapons transfer operation

Dear Congressman/Senator and Benghazi staff member, This follows up my recent correspondence to your office on Benghazi,and in particular the massive reported covert CIA arms and weapons operation, possibly illegal, being conducted from the CIA Annex about a mile from … Continue reading

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Obamacare: The Democrats never understood it and now cannot defend it.

The thing that is astounding to me in reading the comments made by Democrats on Obamacare is that not a single Democrat who comments shows any knowledge of the ACA–never defends it based on any specific list of benefits it … Continue reading

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