From: Tyler Davis
Change: The truth about what happened in Benghazi when Al Qaeda-linked groups attacked America. The 28th day of November, 2012, was headlined by the quote from White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, “The White House and the State Department have made clear that the single adjustment that was made…(involved) changing the word ‘consulate’ to ‘diplomatic facility’”. Five months after a bitterly-contested election, the truth has been salvaged…that the White House and State Department dramatically-changed what America was told for purely political gain…and with a narrative that they knew was categorically false.
Transparency: Acting IRS Chief Steven Miller was informed in May of 2012 that his agency had inappropriately targeted conservative groups for investigation. Mr. Miller subsequently appeared in Congressional hearings, under oath, and stated that he had no knowledge of such targeting. Last Monday brought with it a stunning revelation in which the IRS admitted it had acted inappropriatly. Why the sudden transparency you ask? Oh right, because an internal Treasury Department report was released on Tuesday.
Forward: The Justice Department has been actively monitoring 100+ Associated Press journalists, a prominent Fox News reporter, and perhaps, an unknown number of Congressmen in what the White House has deemed a “national security leak”. President Obama’s administration has prosecuted twice as many American citizens for these types of leaks than all other previous administrations in America’s entire history. Some like to call these patriots whistleblowers, some spies, but throughout history those that have mocked oversight and censored the media have done so to crush dissent, not to foster debate.