By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
America is awash in doublespeak.
President Obama is putting together a new national security team at the Pentagon and the CIA that is said to be designed for an era of downsizing.
The new-and-improved, less-kind, less-gentle Mitt Romney has emerged on the public's radar following his vigorous speeches in Pennsylvania and Ohio that dashed President Obama's theories on employment and the economy right onto the dais.
Barack Obama's presidency can be boiled down to four numbers: 9.1 percent unemployment, nearly $3 trillion in budget deficits, a sick economy barely growing at less than 1 percent, and a job approval rating that has fallen to below 40 percent.
The Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Board of Elections today can stare down the increasingly rogue voting rights section of the U.S. Department of Justice, which continues to play ethnic politics nationwide. The state of Georgia recently forced the department to back off from its bullying tactics, and this Buckeye county should do the same.
Oh, the Republican Party is in disarray. Oh, the Republicans have no leadership.
The foundation is crumbling from the Justice Department's stonewall on the New Black Panther voter-intimidation case. What's becoming visible is a serious corrosion in the whole edifice of the Civil Rights Division in the Obama-Holder Justice Department.
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