Tuesday, January 28, 2014


This is about what I would expect from a broadcaster that is so in favor of the military: only one mention since the scandal broke on January 15th:
Lou Dobbs Tonight
January 15, 2014 Wednesday
Senate Intelligence Committee Benghazi Report Released; No Criminal Charges in IRS Investigation?; China and the Loss of U.S. Jobs; Job Creation
BYLINE: Lou Dobbs
GUESTS: Monica Crowley, Steve Cochran, Ebony Williams, Brad Meltzer, John Lonski, Jay Sekulow
SECTION: NEWS; Financial
LENGTH: 6722 words

DOBBS: The U.S. military says it's obtained new video apparently made by those holding the only American prisoner of war, Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl. The -- the proof of life video, which was on a thumb drive intercepted by the United States last week, shows a frail Bergdahl making a reference to the recent death of South African leader Nelson Mandela. Bergdahl was captured while stationed in Afghanistan more than four years ago.

A cheating scandal rocking the Air Force's nuclear command. Nearly three dozen officers allegedly cheated by text on a routine test that they take to prove they're capable of watching over this nation's nuclear arsenal. Even worse, the cheating scandal emerged after investigators looked into separate allegations of recreational drug use at several bases, including those with the ability to launch those nuclear missiles.

Conservatives are blasting the Justice Department's investigation into the IRS targeting scandal after officials said they've turned up no evidence that would warrant criminal charges. The woman leading that investigation is Department of Justice Civil Rights attorney Barbara K. Bosserman. She donated nearly $7,000 to President Obama and Democrats.

And just today, House Oversight chairman Darrell Issa releasing federal documents that show that a federal government employee must recuse themselves from an investigation if their participation creates even the appearance of a conflict of interest.

It is now eight months since the investigation into the IRS targeting of Tea Party groups was supposed to begin, our first guest says not one of his clients has been interviewed by the FBI. He represents 41 organizations in 22 states in a federal lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service.

Joining us tonight, the chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, Jay Sekulow. Jay, good to have you with us. This is outrageous, that there has not been a single point of contact between the FBI and your clients, who are the targets of the IRS...

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