FAA Pilot Registry Has Discrepancies Hindering Terror Checks of Foreign Applicants
It has come to the attention of the Transportation Department’s Inspector General that U.S. registries of pilots and aircraft contain incomplete data. This missing information could prove detrimental when it
DOJ Attempts to Have Fast & Furious Lawsuit Tossed Out
The Department of Justice filed court papers on Monday in an attempt to have the House Oversight Committee lawsuit dismissed. The lawsuit would force Attorney General Eric Holder to finally
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Inspector General situation updates.
Pride of place probably goes to this interview of SIGTARP (and Obama ’08 supporter) Neil Barofsky by Jake Tapper (via Hot Air). Barofsky engaged in a strong pushback to the
Former IG Walpin suing to get good name back.
You may remember Gerald Walpin. He was fired from his position as AmeriCorps Inspector General a few months ago for either: pushing an investigation against one of the President’s cronies;
American Spectator’s quick update on the IG Scandals.
The short version: it’s moving along. “We’re not there yet,” one Democratic source on Capitol Hill said last week, when asked about the prospect for hearings on the Obama administration’s
The Report that triggered the Weiderhold ‘retirement.’
[UPDATE] In honor of Troglopundit’s request for respect for the KISS principle, here goes: Fred Weiderhold quit rather than tell Congress he was under Biden’s thumb. If you don’t have
The latest on the latest IG situation.
It turns out that former Amtrak IG Fred Wiederhold quit right after Senator Grassley started asking some questions. As a senior member of the United States Senate and as the
‘Act of political courage.’
Actually, when you look at this passage about the Gerald Walpin situation something else should be highlighted. It’s the little things that are revealing about this administration: In one exchange,
Did the White House interefere with more Inspectors General?
Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action. – Ian Fleming, Goldfinger Being an inquisitive sort, Dan Riehl went looking for other instances where the White House
Let us recap the Gerald Walpin situation.
We can begin with this video, which goes over the basic points: Short version: Walpin was investigating Obama crony’s involvement in an AmeriCorps-related scandal involving misappropriation of funding. Case was