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Thanks to our terrific guest, über attorney Victoria Toensing, who represents Gregory Hicks, former chargé and deputy chief of mission (DCM) in Libya, and the star witness in last week’s House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, chaired by Rep. Darryl Issa (R-CA).
Administration Relying on Shoddy Benghazi Report to Absolve Itself of Blame | The Weekly Standard
Exclusive: Benghazi Talking Points Underwent 12 Revisions, Scrubbed of Terror Reference – ABC News
Inhofe Suggests Obama May Be Impeached Over Benghazi | TPM LiveWire
FLASHBACK: Amazing! WaPo Columnist Finds Evidence That Susan Rice Was Telling the Truth About Libya! | Teri O’Brien – America’s Original Conservative Warrior Princess
The Benghazi Lie | National Review Online
Democrats Actively Working to Undermine Testimony of Benghazi Whistleblower | The Weekly Standard
White House blames State Dept., CIA for edits made to Benghazi talking points | WashingtonExaminer.com
Team Obama edits to Benghazi talking points: the smoking gun? – CSMonitor.com
David Petraeus Expressed Frustration With Obama For Scrubbing The Truth From Benghazi Talking Points « Pat Dollard
Carney Keeps on Digging | The Weekly Standard
Rep. Lacy Clay Blames Spending Cuts for Benghazi, Issa Destroys Argement – YouTube
IRS admits targeting conservatives for tax scrutiny in 2012 election – The Washington Post
Senator: IRS Targeting of Tea Party Is ‘Chilling’ – ABC News
IRS knew of Tea Party profiling in 2011, report shows
‘Gang of 8’ senators defeat ‘trigger’ amendment | The Daily Caller (A bloc of 12 pro-immigration senators blocked a GOP amendment to freeze the proposed legalization of 11 million illegals until the border is secured, highlighting a fundamental political divide on the first day of voting on the far-reaching Senate immigration bill.
“The bill is … legalization first and enforcement later, and just opposite what the people think they’re getting, and opposite to what many members of Congress think is in the bill before us,” said Sen. Chuck Grassley, the leading Republican on the Senate’s Judiciary Committee.)