Propaganda Efforts by the Obama Administration May Be Criminal

Brian Darling BigGovernment.com 8/30/2010

The Obama Administration has some explaining to do. Politico reports in a Friday story that 2011 could be a tough year for an Administration facing numerous oversight hearings on issues ranging from the controversy over the Justice Department’s handling of the New Black Panther Party investigation to the numerous bailouts administered […]

Buffy Wicks Departs White House, Joins Axelrod’s Old Media Firm?

Morgen Verum Serum 4/26/2010

Buffy Wicks, remember, was the Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement who was implicated (along with Yosi Sergant) in orchestrating a propaganda campaign for health care reform with the National Endowment for the Arts. Sergant ended up resigning over this incident, but I believe “Buffy the Integrity […]

New Documents Reveal: White House, NEA Had Big Plans In Motion Before Being Exposed

by Patrick Courrielche BigHollywood 12/1/2009

Inciting is usually a telegraphed endeavor, with rhetoric yelled to an audience through a megaphone held by a coarse, weathered hand. But it can also be delivered subtly, with a soft voice and a wink, in the name of doing good.

Subtlety is necessary if a federal agency intends to […]

Newly revealed documents contradict NEA Chairman Landesman

by Patrick Courrielche Big Hollywood 11/12/2009

“The former NEA Director of Communications acted unilaterally and without the approval or authorization of then-Acting Chairman Patrice Walker Powell.” – Rocco Landesman, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, on September 22, 2009

Chairman Landesman’s claim that Yosi Sergant, the former NEA Communications Director, acted “unilaterally” on […]

Steyn: Reality check on the ‘Obama as Caesar’ culture

by Mark Steyn The Dakota Beacon October 30, 2009

Valerie Jarrett announced the other day that “we’re going to speak truth to power”.

Who’s Valerie Jarrett? She’s “Senior Advisor” to the President of the United States – ie, the leader of the most powerful nation on the face of the earth. You would think the […]

Congress Approves Budget Increase for Arts and Humanities Endowments

by Robin Pogrebin The New York Times October 30, 2009

Update | 3:27 p.m. The House and Senate on Thursday passed a budget increase for the National Endowment for the Arts and for the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Interior Appropriations Bill for fiscal year 2010 sets budgets for each agency at $167.5 million, […]