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Watchdogs Let Errant Feds Go Anonymous

Federal bureaucrats who break the law or waste tax dollars almost never have to worry about being named in public records, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation. Six of the top inspectors general (IG) — presidentially-appointed watchdogs tasked with fighting waste, fraud and abuse in the federal bureaucracy — withheld the names of Continue Reading

Investigating the Investigators

Judicial Watch, a Washington non-governmental, public-interest group that probes and exposes government and political corruption, recently reported that many of the inspector generals in Executive Branch need to be investigated themselves. “The [supposedly] ‘independent’ watchdogs that are supposed to root out waste, fraud and corruption inside U.S. government agencies often help cover it up,” noted officials Continue Reading

Inspectors General Say Obama Administration Obstructing Justice

This post from Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation says it all about the Obama administration’s lack of transparency. When 73 Inspectors General say Obama administration is obstructing justice it’s time that we realize they are hiding something. In an unprecedented letter, a majority of the federal government’s inspectors general (IGs) claim that the Obama Continue Reading

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