20 Days and Counting: How Long Will Obama Keep America in the Dark on Solyndra?
It’s been 20 days since the FBI raided the headquarters of Solyndra, the bankrupt stimulus-back solar energy company. For twenty days the President’s advisers have decided to keep him in the dark about what led the company to squander $535 million of taxpayer money. But there was one briefing about the mismanaged loan program—in October 2010, that is. Yes, news broke yesterday that the President’s | Read More »
The White House’s $535 Million Photo Op
As the Solyndra scandal continues to unfold, Americans are clamoring for the President to take responsibility. With more suspicious details coming to light, multiple entities have launched investigations—the FBI, the Inspector General of the Energy Department, the Inspector General of the Treasury Department, and the House Energy and Commerce oversight subcommittee. From what we’ve seen so far, the verdict seems pretty clear: the White House | Read More »
Tell the White House We’re Running on Empty
Please welcome from the diaries the Chairman of the RNC The summer of 2010 was supposed to be the Summer of Recovery. That’s what President Obama told us. It wasn’t and now nearly a year later, unemployment remains unacceptably high. With gas prices at nearly $4.00 a gallon and on the rise, the forecast for the summer of 2011 isn’t looking much better. America is | Read More »