The Right Scoop 4/14/2015
Trey Gowdy was frustrated by all the bureaucratic loopholes one has to jump through just to get a DEA Agent disciplined for soliciting prostitution. Apparently the administrator doesn’t have the power to do anything to her agents which is why Gowdy asks her “what the hell do you get to do?”
The Washington Free Beacon 10/9/2014
New allegations against the Obama administration have been raised regarding the 2012 Cartagena prostitution scandal, in which the White House may have covered up one of their advance aides spending the night with a prostitute on the now-infamous trip to Colombia.
CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett questioned whether the independent investigation into the scandal was “watered […]
Kate Briquelet The New York Post 10/20/2013
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Months after whistleblowers accused the State Department of covering up employee sex scandals, most of the cases have been ignored or swept under the rug, critics charge.
Records show that staffers were given cushy jobs or allowed to retire, and watchdogs say the feds […]
S. A. Miller and Geoff Earle The New York Post 6/13/2013
The State Department has hired an alarming number of law-enforcement agents with criminal or checkered backgrounds because of a flawed hiring process, a stunning memo obtained by The Post reveals.
The background problems are severe enough that many of the roughly 2,000 agents in […]
Bryan Preston PJ Tatler PJ Media 6/12/2013
The State Department whistleblower is Aurelia Fedenisn. She worked in the department’s inspector general’s office until her retirement in December 2012. According to USA Today, she has sought protection as an official whistleblower after the State Department directly threatened her, once at her home. It threatened her with criminal […]
A WFB Infographic: The story of Bob Menendez and his donor Salomon Melgen
Katherine Miller The Washington Free Beacon 2/28/2013
Sen. Robert Menendez (D., N.J.) is not having a good year. The problems stem from his relationship with a controversial donor, South Florida doctor Salomon R. Melgen. The Senate Ethics Committee is now “reviewing” that relationship, the New […]