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FBI - under Team Obama
February 2009 • Issue 11 FBI:
- by R. Ellis Smith
The FBI said Jan. 5 it has launched one of the largest hiring blitzes in its 100-year history involving 2,100 professional staff vacancies and 850 special agents aimed at filling its most critical vacancies. (Writer: this would entail a conservative cost to the tax payer of about $500,000,000/ yr.
Hillary-nefarious Political ‘War’ - Dems Aren't Sure
The problem with Hillary -- all us Dems love a strong woman and realize that it is time for a change in the status quo, but we’re not sure Hillary is quite the change we need. Now, we are not anti-feminist to be sure, but are fearful that Hillary is a little too tied in to the status quo. This is a person who voted to support George Bush’s illegal Iraq war.
Direct Outside LINK: "New Leaks" WikiLeaks: Nov. 4
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The Government in the Sunshine Act - (Please NOTE: This act governs Open Meetings and Public Information, however Law Enforcement Investigations are governed under clearly defined and substantial discretionary Protocols -> Please See: FBI Website "Public Corruption" - VIEW Ed.) n Act to provide that meetings of Government agencies shall be open to the public, and for other purposes. Enacted by the 94th United States Congress on Sept. 13, 1976, Titles amended: 5 U.S.C.: Government Organization and Employees, U.S.C. sections created 5 U.S.C. ch. 5, subch. II § 552b - SOURCE/THIS PAGE: Wikipedia
(Pub.L. 94–409, 90 Stat. 1241, enacted September 13, 1976, 5 U.S.C. § 552b) is a U.S. law passed in 1976 that affects the operations of the federal government, Congress, federal commissions, and other legally constituted federal bodies. It is one of a number of Freedom of Information Acts, intended to create greater transparency in government.
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