Why not background checks for politicians? - politics
Here are some questions that I would like someone to answer for me. President Barack Obama has been campaigning all over for background checks for people that buy guns or ammo. How about background checks for all people that run for elected office, especially those seeking election to state or federal office, in particular the office of president of the United States of America. The profession of law is always talking about precedent, and now the Supreme Court is thinking of overturning more than 2,000 years of precedent in the homosexual marriage case before the court. I suppose that precedent does not count since it does not fit the liberal position of politically correctness. Why have the people allowed the schools to be turned into political indoctrination centers where the instructors have more contact with the children than the parents? Speaking of education, why is there no reporting of Columbia University in New York hiring a convicted murderer, that served 21 years in prison? I heard Bob Beckel say he was OK with the hiring "as she had served her time." Does this mean that a child molester that has served his/her time can be hired as a kindergarten teacher?
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Benghazigate - citizens deserve answers - politics
Stunningly, though not surprisingly, a Republican progress report detailing an investigation of the events surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attacks on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya, released April 23 by the chairmen of five House committees, revealed hapless incompetence, shameful cowardice and brazen deceit on the part of President Barack Obama and his administration. Further, the investigation found that the lax security that enabled the attacks was the responsibility of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton. The deception that occurred from inaccurate talking points was the White House and senior State Department officials' responsibility. What is equally shameful is the media's ongoing lack of interest in investigating these shocking actions during and after the events. It is despicable that the media did not consider this scandal to be newsworthy – especially when we consider the assassination of Ambassador Chris Stevens and the deaths of three other brave Americans, which makes Watergate pale by comparison. If the U.S. media purports to represent truth and justice, this speaks volumes about how we should view the information they present to us as news. If the media believe that the information contained in this report is biased, then their obligation is to conduct investigative reports that present to us what they believe is the truth. I encourage all Americans who recognize the need to fully investigate and obtain justice in response to the Benghazi scandal to contact their Congressional Representative and to support HR36, calling for the appointment of a special committee to ensure this.
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