Articles tagged with: Corruption
Check out latest interview in Western Journalism: “If Obama loses, with Hillary staying as far away as possible from the DNC, she can continue to distance herself from Obama and seek the presidency in 2016. This will give her enough time to re-craft herself, like she did after she left the White House as the scandal-ridden First Lady and hope people forget her starring role in the Obama-Clinton so-called ‘smart power’ foreign policy misadventures. Just ask the people of Iran, and the Coptic Christians in the Middle East for starters.”
Peschmann talks with the Opportunist’s Managing Editor Leslie Stone about her new book and why she believes we have to call politicians—from both sides of the aisle—out on their behavior.
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Pundit Press is proud to present its 56th interview in out on-going series. Today, the Author of The Whistleblower: How the Clinton White House Stayed in Power to Reemerge in the Obama White House and on the World Stage was kind enough to answer our questions:
It is one thing to read a book. It is another to listen to some of its source material. Following is the second exclusive audio: The Marinka Peschmann-Linda Tripp tapes, to accompany the book, The Whistleblower: How the Clinton White House Stayed in Power to Reemerge in the Obama White House and on the World Stage.
In finding the ever elusive truth, it is those working quietly in the background who prove most successful in bringing the real story to the surface; those rare few far too busy finding what matters to make time for bows in the limelight; those like investigative journalist Marinka Peschmann who steadfastly refuse to put themselves ahead of the story. By unearthing the political intrigues of our time and for putting the public back on the chessboard in time for the political play of a presidential election year, The Whistleblower should be called what it truly is: a masterpiece.
Tasked to protect national security by keeping terrorists out, the USCIS’s responsibilities include granting visas, residency, and citizenship to law abiding foreign-born workers while balancing economic needs, and honouring America’s tradition as a nation of immigrants. But the USCIS’s checkered history is stained with bribery indictments.